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

  • Tatum, Doug. Western Aiding School Reform
  • Overby, Carol. Students Defying Stereotypes
  • Martin, John. Suspect in Rape Charged – Timothy Babbs
  • Sessions to Teach Library Technology – University Libraries
  • Meeting’s Legality Questioned – Regents
  • Martin, John. Western Junior Cynthia Hunt Dies in Car Wreck
  • Ticket Surcharge Punishes Biggest Fans – Diddle Arena, Athletics
  • Bradley, Jim. Editorial Cartoon Athletics Trampling Fans
  • Council on Higher Education Helps Boost College Standards
  • Thompson, Sarah. College Heights Herald Too Negative
  • Pelz, Karen. Ad Inappropriate – Drinking
  • Davis, Michael. Cartoonist Has Rights
  • Tatum, Doug. Sleep Your Way to Happiness
  • Houchens, Gary. TVA Will Use Economic Institute – Institute for Economic Development, Tennessee Valley Authority
  • Yates, Lauren. Students Cultivate Education – Laura Dyer, Agriculture
  • Poynter, Chris. Schools Asked to Raise Standards
  • Vincent, Bruce. Official Livingston Alexander Returns as Role Model
  • Poynter, Chris. Budget High on Priority List – Thomas Meredith
  • Swiney, Donnie. Western Grounds Eagles 24-0 in Season Opener – Football
  • Shacklette, Buddy. Scout Likes Eddie Godfrey
  • Dorris, Donna. Tops Looking for Some TV Time – Basketball
  • Burton, Marsha. Coach Knows Little About Tennessee State University – Volleyball
  • Dorris, Donna. Two Assistants Added – Basketball
  • Dorris, Donna. Assistant Resigns – Paul Peck
  • Summar, Bart. Tops Take 2 Out of 3 Saturday – Tennis
  • Kistler, L.B. Toppers Land Two Shutouts – Soccer


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