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

  • Learning Centers Help Unprepared
  • Pillow, Robert. John Y. Brown’s Remarks Draw Criticism, Silence
  • Dias, Monica. Mardi Gras Features Steppers, Cajun Cooking
  • Classes Resume on March 16
  • Smith, Erica. Budget Cuts Shouldn’t Affect Scholarships
  • State Internships Offered
  • Pinkston, Janet. University Should Give More Class Information
  • Stater, Mike. Congratulates Basketball Team
  • Bloss. Editorial Cartoon: Ronald Reagan and El Salvador
  • Skaggs, Phil. Joel Murrie Shooting for World Series – Baseball
  • Raque, Sally. Early-Season Matches Encourage Coach – Tennis
  • Heath, Mark. Coach Jim Richards Says Team Could Top League – Golf
  • Rose, Barry. Pair Could Play in Nationals, Coach Nancy Quarcelino Says – Susan Clement, Savonna WIlliams
  • Raque, Sally. New Coach Optimistic Despite Late Start – Tennis
  • Arrastia, Armando. Loss of Competitors, Scholarships Hasn’t Set Back Team, Cecil Ward Says – Track & Field
  • Arrastia, Armando. Middle Tennessee State University Favored to Capture Ohio Valley Conference – Track & Field
  • Rose, Barry. Intramural Program Adds Sorority Division
  • Arrastia, Armando. Tops to Defend Mid-West Title – Swimming
  • Skaggs, Phil. Clem Haskins Named Ohio Valley Conference Coach of the Year
  • Pillow, Robert & Marian Kirtley. Open Door Proposal Rejected
  • Allen, Chris. WKYU-FM Offers Radio Dramas
  • Wee Care Nursery Offers Free Child Care Service
  • Two Biologists to Present Paper – Larry Elliott, Martin Houston


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