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

  • Mathis, Mark. Four Will Apply to Succeed Jimmy Feix as Head Coach
  • Whitaker, Karen. United Black Students President Pleased with Group’s Progress
  • Morton, Jamie. Rock ‘n’ Roll Returns with Loverboy Concert
  • 10 Named to Search Committee - Football
  • Romantics to Perform Tonight
  • Associated Student Government Voids Own Procedures
  • Bloss, Lou. Editorial Cartoon – Associated Student Government
  • Bloss, Lou. Friend Shows Searching Student the Meaning of Life
  • Reagan, Stanley. Jack Smith, Associated Student Government Thrown Away
  • Smith, Jack. Cartoon Aggravates
  • Spencer, Bill. We’ve Got it Good
  • United Black Students Discusses Grade Scale Plan
  • Edelen, Mark. Research Vital, Donald Zacharias Says
  • Meehan, Mary. Interhall Council Pushing for Light, New Open House Hours
  • Morton, Jamie. Hanging of the Greens Opens Season
  • Paul, Steve. Associated Student Government Sees Growth in Membership; Congress Considers 14 Proposals
  • Meehan, Mary. Leadership Workshops Financed by Grant
  • Carlton, Chad. Foreigners Stay Here fro Vacation
  • Library Hours Changed
  • Carlton, Chad. Victorian Ornament Workshop Provides Taste of German Heritage – Kentucky Museum
  • South Central Bell Announces New Numbres
  • Carlton, Chad. 3 Teachers Publish History of Town – Bowling Green
  • Brown, Jill. Tom Dunn to Head State Sociologists
  • Grace, Lee. Lady Toppers Fall to No. 2 Louisiana Tech – Basketball
  • Thomas, Steve. Western Gets Second Win Over University of Cincinnati, 71-54 – Basketball
  • Woods, Brent. Shaved, Tapered Vanderbilt University Nips Tops – Swimmin


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