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

  • Poynter, Chris. Associated Student Government Urges Board of Regents to Elect New Leader – Joseph Iracane
  • Johnson, J.L. Regents: Voting Today for Chairman
  • Johnson, J.L. & John Martin. Council on Higher Education Votes Monday on Doctorate
  • Armes, Anya. Fall Kills Student, 21 – Michael O’Leary
  • Wetherby Has New Phone Books
  • Fife, Dana. Lotto Money Draws Big Ticket Sales
  • Doctorate Deserves Approval
  • Richardson, Patrick. Editorial Cartoon Higher Education Game
  • Pelz, Karen. Credit Union Change Won’t Be Popular
  • Smith, Kerry. Big Red Statue Idea Frivolous
  • Baldwin, Paul. Marriage: Scarier Than Any Halloween Story
  • Avella, Michael. Asbestos Victim Mistreated – Diddle Arena Fire
  • Helson, Trina. Supernatural Houses – Ghosts
  • Grundy, Julie. Rollerblades
  • Hannah, Jim. Darts
  • McCauley, Laura. I Always Leave Feeling Good – Amazing Tones of Joy
  • Gilbert, Alicia. History Classes Adjust to Soviet Union Chaos
  • Martin, John. Central Florida College Narrows List to 5 Today
  • Stewart, Nikita. Larry Hopkins Says He Can Promise the State Jobs
  • Summers, Kaye. AIDS Researcher to Speak Tomorrow – Gene Shearer
  • Lawson, Jamie. Russian Photojournalist Visits Western During Tour – Margarita Vinogradova
  • Linsey, J.D. Nintendo Contest at Downing University Center Holds Prizes for Winners
  • Nations, Jeff. Team Rolling Behind Seniors – Volleyball
  • Daugherty, Brian. Long-Time Rival Last Home Foe for Tops – Football
  • English, Danny. Western Favored in Sun Belt – Track & Field
  • Anna, Cara. Shadow of Another Losing Season Lurks Over Tops – Football


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