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WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. This issue includes articles:

  • Carter, Robert. Academic Council to Review 42-Hour Rule
  • Mitchell, Cyndi. Money Talks: President Donald Zacharias Meets with State Panel
  • Pillow, Robert. Iranian Hostage Deal Called Incomplete
  • Committee to Review Open House Hours
  • English Hotline Offered Free
  • Logical Choice 42 Upper-Level Hours Hits Happy Medium
  • Bloss. Editorial Cartoon – Iranian Hostage Crisis
  • Wood, Michele. Student Shares Donald Zacharias’ Budget Woes
  • Burton, John et al. Article Incomplete – WKU Farm
  • Clark, Chuck. Campus Police Stakeout Results in 2 Arrests
  • Hines, Perry. Pearce-Ford Tower Games Are Removed
  • Two Teachers to Speak at Kentucky Press Association – Doris Broach, David Whitaker
  • Gensheimer, Jim. Anti-Ku Klux Klan Group Rallies
  • Rose, Barry. Services to Suffer If Utilities Rise
  • Organization Cites Chemistry Teachers – John Riley, Lowell Shank, American society for Testing & Materials
  • WKU Police Get New Radio Frequency
  • Associated Student Government Resolution Backs President
  • Skaggs, Phil. Western Hopes to Derail Middle Tennessee State University - Basketball
  • Raque, Sally. Two Key Conference Matchups Await Tops
  • Heath, Mark. Coach Quits Tennis Duties After 8 Years – Betty Langley
  • George, Tommy Stan Simpson’s Team Slowed, but Not Stopped


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