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

  • Regents Name Facilities
  • Generation to Open Summer Theater
  • Programs Feature Lunar Knowledge at Hardin Planetarium
  • Four Major Productions Planned for Next Year – Theatre & Dance
  • Summer Enrollment Hits 4,160
  • Western Alumnus to Appear Soon
  • Service Sorority Elects Officers – Gamma Sigma Sigma
  • Raymond Cravens Evaluating Foreign Study Programs
  • A.J. Thurman Says Financial Aid to be Reduced
  • WKU to Initiate Change for Fall Registration
  • Biology Films to Supplement Laboratories
  • Three Agriculture Faculty Members Honored for Contributions
  • Textbook Exhibit Attracts Crowds
  • Eight Students Studying in Mexico This Summer
  • Superintendents’ Annual Gathering Slated July 18
  • Work Study Program Providing 200 Jobs
  • Lecture Series Features Professor Marshall Walker
  • Past Year Reveals Lesson in Dissent
  • World Awaits Visit to Moon
  • Lynch, Dan. Editorial Cartoon, Apollo 11
  • Stephens, H.L. Humble, Appreciative for Award
  • Dr. Kelly Thompson to Assume a New Role at Western
  • Board of Regents’ Resolution Praises President Kelly Thompson
  • WKU Hosting Many Institutes, Special Programs During Summer
  • Governor Louie Nunn Addresses 1,226 June Graduates
  • Tough Slate Faces 1969 Top Gridders – Football
  • Four Starters Back to Boost Western Basketball Fortunes
  • Lawrence Gilbert, Lee Murray Provide New Look on Grid Staff
  • Two Netters to Miss Next Season – Terry Hassell, Richard Gilmore
  • Coaches Expect Strong Freshmen Basketball Team
  • Intramural Program to Expand Offerings
  • Heavy Rainfall Washes Away Radio Astronomy Observatory
  • Waste Disposal Seminar Slated


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