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

  • Hernes, Thomas. Reform May Impact Higher Education Funding
  • Albrecht, Dana. Past Players Discuss Pros, Cons – Basketball
  • Houchens, Gary. Condom Peddler Sells Protection for Profit
  • Albrecht, Dana. Today’s Tops Keeping Options Open – Professional Sports
  • Turner, Karla. Fake Fab Four Play to Tiny Crowd – Beatles Cover Band
  • Eugene Evans Gets All the Votes in Regent Election
  • Phone Books Can Be Picked Up Today
  • No New Evidence Against Football Players
  • Russian Studies Minor Will Be Offered
  • Mystery of Associated Student Government Solved
  • Chattin, John. Editorial Cartoon Big Red Ace Detective
  • Verner, Jo. Help Wanted – Kentucky Special Olympics
  • Naster, David. A Peppy Bunch – Pep Rally
  • Hughey, Aaron. Beatle Bash a Hit
  • Tutt, Allison. Interfraternity Council Rejects Insurance Proposal
  • Legal Tie-Up Delays Community College’s Move
  • Hoppes, Lynn. Presidents Study School Reform
  • Hoppes, Lynn. State Universities, Council on Higher Education to Discuss Differences
  • Election to Fill 4 Residence Hall Association Posts
  • Baldwin, Paul. Drawing Art to Bowling Green Theme of Symposium
  • Tsimekles, Diane. Mr. C’s Owner Files Suit Against City – Nightclubs
  • Hernes, Thomas. Series Should Stop – Football
  • Shacklette, Buddy. Cardinals Smother Tops During 55-7 Mauling – Football
  • Weber, Rob. Swimmers Win Opening Meet
  • Weber, Rob. Money Pays Back Debt, Wins Intramural Title
  • Tellis Frank Makes NBA Cut
  • Lady Tops Get Two Oral Commitments
  • White Team Wins in Owensboro
  • Steve Jones finishes Eighth in New York


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