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

  • Patrick, Kelli. Pride Ain’t Nothing If You Can’t Read, Man Admits
  • Duff, Jill. Kentucky Intercollegiate Student Legislature Committee Kept; Spending Now Watched
  • Fullen, Rebecca. Clinical Hypnotist Entrances Crowd with Demonstration – Fred Stickles
  • Fullen, Rebecca & Tom Stone. College Heights Herald to Seek Open-Meetings Policy
  • Poore, Chris. Police Search for Exhibitionist - Flasher
  • Bowling Green Gets New Industry – Bando Chemical Industries
  • Noise Ordinance Discriminates by Targeting Social Clubs
  • Barry, Julia. Editorial Cartoon – U.S. Constitution
  • Chelf, Carl. Constitution Evolved into Democratic Document of Today
  • Harris, Carla. Art of Thinking Dies at Universities After Bloodless Battle
  • Cowherd, Mark. Escort Service Makes Nighttime Strolls Safer
  • Symposium on U.S. Constitution Convenes Today at Kentucky Museum
  • Green, Monica. Few Have Discovered Islands, Unique Program Still Unknown to Most Students – Industrial & Engineering Technology
  • Chattin, John. People Are Dying for A Ride In Student’s Hearse – Joe Neal
  • Daffron, Wade. Mel Taylor’s Big Adventure – Pee Wee Herman Impersonator
  • Chattin, John. Royal Court of China Debut Shows Nashville Touch
  • Robert Bork Confirmation Hearings Being Aired on Public Radio
  • Shacklette, Buddy & Eric Woehler. Toppers to Run Hall of Fame Without Tariku Bulto – Cross Country
  • Key, Julius. Evansville Crushes Western, 7-0 – Soccer
  • Woehler, Eric. Tops Hoping to Thank Donators for Gift With A Win – Football
  • Hernes, Tom. Norman Head’s Young Men Travel to Murray for First Tourney – Golf
  • By the Numbers – Football, Intramurals
  • Chandler, Mark. Tops Head for Carolina After Two Easy Victories – Volleyball
  • Shacklette, Buddy. Lawyer Decries Violence in Sports – Richard Horrow
  • Just the Facts: Dinner Held for Donators of Stadium Lights
  • Just the Facts: Downing University Center’s South Lawn Open for Tailgates
  • Just the Facts: Freshman, Father Lose in Tennis Tourney – Julie Bowen, Bill Bowen
  • Just the Facts: Deadline Tomorrow for Many Men’s Sports
  • Just the Facts: John Oldham Golf Tourney Raises $12,000


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