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

  • Pack, Todd. Goals Set at Symposium Not New to Western
  • Cravens, Jayne. 120 Enroll for Community College’s First Semester
  • Sullivan, Sheila. Book, Holiday Keep Martin Luther King’s Dream Alive – Alan Anderson
  • Lamothe, Paul. New Eatery Dishes Out Free Ice Cream Saturday
  • Schedule Changes Still Possible
  • NCAA Rule Puts Boosters in Their Place - the Stands
  • Barry, Julia. Restaurants – Editorial Cartoon
  • Trial for Noise Ordinance Weakened by Poor Plans
  • Millam, Glenn. Not Empty Words – Howard Bailey
  • Klausnitzer, Doreen. Book Suggests Friendly Discipline – Lynn Clark
  • Klausnitzer, Dorren. Cherry Chines Aren’t as Popular, but Not Dead Ringers
  • Miracle, Phoenicia. University, Calendar Sales Fund Faculty House Repairs
  • Jerry Wilder to Head Scholarship Committee
  • Comedian to Perform in Downing University Center Theatre – Alex Cole
  • Patrick, Kelli. Used Shoes Fit Students Budgets
  • Family-Planning Clinic Will Open
  • Medley, Joe. Bulls’ Bombers Burn Tops for Conference Loss
  • Hoppes, Lynn. Three Point Rule May Change When NCAA in April
  • Medley, Joe. Murray Arnold Must Use 3 Point Goal, Find Defense for It before March
  • Football Title Game Might be Held in I-A
  • Tops May Suffer First-Ever Defeat Against Cardinals - Swimming
  • Hoppes, Lynn. NCAA May Plug Loopholes in 28 Game Rule
  • Woehler, Eric. Lady Toppers Gain More than Blow Out Against Dayton
  • Hoppes, Lynn. Wintercise
  • Klausnitzer, Dorren. Wallyball Bounces to Popularity
  • Duff, Jill. Professional Theater Company May Begin October
  • Cravens, Jayne. Macabre Humor, Music of This Little Shop of Horrors Will Grow on You


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