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

  • Eagleston, Leigh. Bill Fogle Started Associated Student Government Race to Help Tim Todd, Not to Win
  • Pack, Todd. Plans to Move Robert Penn Warren House Still in Works
  • Medley, Joe. James McNary Says Meeting Marks End to Dispute
  • Eagleston, Leigh. Races Face Candidate Shortage; Number of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Candidates Up
  • Chattin, John. Group - Little and Left - Blasts Ronald Reagan
  • Poore, Chris. Social Research Lab Opens in Grise
  • Eagleston, Leigh. Associated Student Government Tables Phone Bill After Amendment
  • Western Needs to Act Now to Avoid Housing Crunch
  • Editorial Cartoon – Housing
  • Ketron, Bennie. Day Off Doesn’t Honor – Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday
  • Raque, Sally. Sets Record Straight – James McNary
  • Schilling, William. Added Information
  • Science Fair Entrants to Vie for Puerto Rico Trip
  • Student Government Conference to Be Held Friday through Sunday
  • Vegas Night Offers Students a Gamble – Interhall Council
  • High School Seniors to Visit Hill Friday
  • Decision to Open Schneider Hall Pending
  • Hang-out Committee Revises Layout Plan
  • Schlagenhauf, Ann. Collector’s Items
  • Albrecht, Dana. Actors Will Be Waiting for Tips at Dinner Theater
  • Woehler, Eric. Paul Zack-Backed Tops Thwart Bellarmine – Baseball
  • Medley, Joe. Many Reasons to Explain James McNary’s Dismissal
  • Thorne, Eric. Ready for Outdoors, Western Heads to Murray – Track & Field
  • Kannard Johnson on All-Star Team
  • Hilltoppers Beat Middle Tennessee State University, Set for University of Alabama-Birmingham - Tennis
  • Golfers Tee Off This Weekend
  • Eight Players Test Negative – Drug Testing
  • Disqualified Candidate Appeals – Ed Kenney


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