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The Ursinus Weekly, December 13, 1973, John T. Fidler, David Ochocki, Jeanne Crandall, Richard Whaley, Judith James, Edmond Knowles, Alan Stetler, George Geist Dec 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, December 13, 1973, John T. Fidler, David Ochocki, Jeanne Crandall, Richard Whaley, Judith James, Edmond Knowles, Alan Stetler, George Geist

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

J. Board reactivates; Tries first case in three years • Service project going well as U.C. students aid area children • Special correspondent tells tale of wonder and awe • Mr. Xaras says art is necessary • Nine Ursinus students selected for Who’s Who • Editorial: A step in the right direction; What happened to Thanksgiving? • Letters to the editor: Is sex necessary?; Where is the mail?; Responsibility and the Ursinus woman; A disapproval; Respect for science; Basement telephone; Morning noises; Breaking the rule • B. Dale Davis, from bulletin, speaks at forum • The Stage: The second shepherd’s play • Faculty Portrait: Charles T ...


The Ursinus Weekly, December 6, 1973, John T. Fidler, Mary Lou Hunsberger, Cathryn Mccarthy, Judith James, Wendy Barnes, David Ochocki, Robert A. Small, Patricia Miller, Shirley V. Trimble, Richard Whaley, John Kraus, Helen Ludwig, Marilyn Harsch, George Geist, Parker M. Henson Dec 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, December 6, 1973, John T. Fidler, Mary Lou Hunsberger, Cathryn Mccarthy, Judith James, Wendy Barnes, David Ochocki, Robert A. Small, Patricia Miller, Shirley V. Trimble, Richard Whaley, John Kraus, Helen Ludwig, Marilyn Harsch, George Geist, Parker M. Henson

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

ProTheatre to present “Second Shepherd’s Play” • Ursinus to comply with Nixon’s request to save energy • St. Andrew’s Society of New York announces graduate deadline • Professor Miller is elected to post • Christmas program to be first of kind • Women’s problems, schedule change aired at meeting • Economics club goes to New York • U.C. band to play on Monday • Editorial: The energy predicament; David Ben-Gurion • Wickersham publishes book, his first, on Greek history of fourth century B.C. • Letter to the editor: Mid-semester assessment • Arts Festival scheduled • Alumni corner: Class of ’73 active in many fields • The Zodiac ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 15, 1973, John T. Fidler, Jeanne Crandall, Richard Whaley, Cathryn Mccarthy, Judith James, Theodore Burdumy, Elsie Van Wagoner, Wendy Barnes, Milton E. Detterline, Tony Ferrigno, Doug Glover, John Kraus, Clarence Brown, Edmond Knowles, David Ochocki, George Geist, Helen Ludwig, Eva Morgan, Karl Geisinger, Gary Griffith, Roger Cohn Nov 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, November 15, 1973, John T. Fidler, Jeanne Crandall, Richard Whaley, Cathryn Mccarthy, Judith James, Theodore Burdumy, Elsie Van Wagoner, Wendy Barnes, Milton E. Detterline, Tony Ferrigno, Doug Glover, John Kraus, Clarence Brown, Edmond Knowles, David Ochocki, George Geist, Helen Ludwig, Eva Morgan, Karl Geisinger, Gary Griffith, Roger Cohn

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

First SFARC meeting yields suggestions for parking, Wismer • Banana split rated big success as news spreads across the country • Philadelphia soloists will play at forum • Career day planned for English majors • New Sturgis portrait dedicated at ceremony • Editorial: All that shivers is not cold • Spotlight: Mr. Scott Dempsey • Letters to the editor: SFARC member pledges interest; Faculty digs banana split • Alumni corner: U.C. graduate now holds position as ambassador • Tolstoy’s War and peace to be shown on PBS starting next Tuesday • Jazz: Buddy Rich strikes out • Believe it or not • A splendid time was guaranteed for all • The ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 22, Wku Student Affairs Nov 1973

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 22, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Articles in this issue:

  • Elam, Jerry. Barry Goldwater Calls for Support of Richard Nixon
  • Contract Awards Anticipated – Environmental Sciences & Technology Building
  • Lawrence, Fred. Chilean Coup Discussion Draws Mixed Reactions
  • William Porter Rescheduled
  • Palmer, Alan. Question Session on Governmental Interns Set
  • You Be the Judge – College Heights Herald Reader Poll
  • Cassady, Liz. Environmental Controls to Hit Individual
  • Pocket Billiards Champion to Exhibit Shooting Abilities – Jack White
  • McCoy, Morris. Set Construction Took Long Hours – Private Lives
  • Vanderbilt Wins Title in Debate Tournament
  • Johnston, Scott. Interp Presents Carl Sandburg’s Poetry Tonight ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 8, 1973, John T. Fidler, Elsie Van Wagoner, Sandra Wible, Milton E. Detterline, Mary Lou Hunsberger, Theodore Burdumy, Ann Lavelle, Doug Glover, John Kraus, Eva Morgan, Leonard Domanski, Tom Polinski Nov 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, November 8, 1973, John T. Fidler, Elsie Van Wagoner, Sandra Wible, Milton E. Detterline, Mary Lou Hunsberger, Theodore Burdumy, Ann Lavelle, Doug Glover, John Kraus, Eva Morgan, Leonard Domanski, Tom Polinski

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dr. Pancoast predicts much competition for teachers • Civil service commission announces test dates • Service organization shows true colors • Christmas concert • Campus Chest schedules fund raising activities • Concert cancellation • Editorial: When the life sciences become the death sciences • Letters to the editor: Beef over rhetoric; Physics dept. maintains status quo; A plea for silence; What are we doing here? • Alumni corner • Faculty Portrait: Mr. Ted Xaras • The stage: ProTheatre begins year with three one-act plays in new theatre • A bundle of letters • Film: “Jeremy” • Third team goes undefeated! • Football Bears tie, 21-21 • Once beaten Harriers enter MAC championship • Women’s volleyball ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 19, Wku Student Affairs Nov 1973

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 19, Wku Student Affairs

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WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Articles in this issue:

  • Johnston, Scott. It’s Dying KYSPIRG Lacks Workers, Funds – Kentucky Student Public Interest Research Group
  • Caudill, Tom. Residency: That Is the Question - Tuition
  • Fall Concert Set Sunday
  • Elam, Jerry. The ‘Little Engine that Couldn’t’—Did - Ronnie Sanders
  • Placement Discussions Designed to Aid Seniors
  • Chilean Seminar Slated Thursday
  • Car Rally Set for Sunday
  • Curbing the Energy Crisis and Working for Clean Air
  • Blanc, Allen. Apathy Increasing?
  • Edwards, Thomas. The Big Chuck Berry Ripoff
  • Schmitt, Morton. The Jesus Pushers
  • Johnston, Scott. CLEP: ‘a Dream Come True ...


The Ursinus Weekly, November 1, 1973, John T. Fidler, David Ochocki, Ruth Von Kummer, Joseph Van Wyk, Jeanne Crandall, Elsie Van Wagoner, Milton E. Detterline, Eric Nemeyer, Shirley V. Trimble, Theodore Burdumy, John Kraus, Eva Morgan, George Geist Nov 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, November 1, 1973, John T. Fidler, David Ochocki, Ruth Von Kummer, Joseph Van Wyk, Jeanne Crandall, Elsie Van Wagoner, Milton E. Detterline, Eric Nemeyer, Shirley V. Trimble, Theodore Burdumy, John Kraus, Eva Morgan, George Geist

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

UN Day held at UC • USGA-Union lock horns over new rep. position • SFARC elections held; warning system set • Protheatre productions scheduled for weekend • Musicians initiated into Pi Nu Epsilon • Editorial: The American Film Theatre; New furniture in Wilkinson lounge • Letters to the editor: Jazz fan responds; Starving student complains; Mr. Self speaks • Alumni corner • Jazz: Herman Herd in motion • Faculty Portrait: Dr. Peter G. Jessup • A discourse on mental divorce • Billy Jack • Ursinus downs U of P; then falls to Rams • Bears lose fifth game to a tough Widener team


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 17, Wku Student Affairs Oct 1973

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 17, Wku Student Affairs

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WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Articles in this issue:

  • Elmore, Valerie. Film Nostalgia Propels Week
  • Groves, Cindy. Geneva Ray: the Party to Whom You Are Speaking
  • Martin, Susan. Cherryton: Unique Housing Program
  • Baker, Marcia. Cheer Leaders: Red and White Squads from the Rah-rah Days Rocked Rafters, Led Spirit of Western Football Fans
  • Hale, Pat. College Students’ Nutrition Mainly Empty Calories
  • Zacharias, Dianna. Kelly Thompson Recalls First Homecoming
  • Belasco, Janet. Hours Have Come a Long Way
  • Smith, Verenda. Eagles out to End Western’s Win Skein
  • Pence, Carter. Who’s the Best? How Does This ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 25, 1973, John T. Fidler, Gary Griffith, Wendy Barnes, Ruth Von Kummer, David Ochocki, Theodore Burdumy, Elsie Van Wagoner, Alan Stetler, Milton E. Detterline, Doug Glover, J. Timothy Clemens, Richard Whaley, Judith James, Eva Morgan, Leonard Domanski Oct 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, October 25, 1973, John T. Fidler, Gary Griffith, Wendy Barnes, Ruth Von Kummer, David Ochocki, Theodore Burdumy, Elsie Van Wagoner, Alan Stetler, Milton E. Detterline, Doug Glover, J. Timothy Clemens, Richard Whaley, Judith James, Eva Morgan, Leonard Domanski

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Fraternities select homecoming candidates; Students will vote for favorites today • Ursinus will make record books with giant banana split • Chemistry department gets $3000 grant • Longer hours suggested for noisy Myrin library • Volunteer service program begins work; Ken-Crest Center will be first effort • Editorial: Minority student speaks out on biological overpopulation • Faculty portrait: Mrs. Mary Anne Clausen • The Big Game • Alumni corner • Letter to the editor: Tradition and the individual • Lord Caradon, U.N. Representative, speaks on “obligation of optimism” • Shaw-Bernard art exhibit opens today • Placement office helpful for job-hunting seniors • Bearettes sweep south and extend wins to nine • Harriers return ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 18, 1973, John T. Fidler, David Ochocki, Elsie Van Wagoner, Shirley V. Trimble, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Wendy Barnes, Lawrence Flournoy, Milton E. Detterline, Theodore Burdumy, Judith James, Eric Nemeyer, Eva Morgan, George Geist, Karl Geisinger, Gary Griffith Oct 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, October 18, 1973, John T. Fidler, David Ochocki, Elsie Van Wagoner, Shirley V. Trimble, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Wendy Barnes, Lawrence Flournoy, Milton E. Detterline, Theodore Burdumy, Judith James, Eric Nemeyer, Eva Morgan, George Geist, Karl Geisinger, Gary Griffith

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

U.S.G.A. initiates tough new policy, vows good supervision of open houses • Ursinus admission requirements, unlike national trends, maintain standards • Cooperative atmosphere at education banquet • Ursinus karate club holds demonstration • Chapel program begins • College Union calendar full • Debating club forming; Mr. Perreten will head group • Editorial: On the outside looking in; Autumn at Ursinus • Letters to the Editor: Early riser protests; Declaration of independence; Compromise called for • Alumni Corner • Film: “Heavy Traffic” • Bagpiper Bud Hamilton plays at first College Union program • Ornithology - flocking together Supersax plays Bird • Library staff portrait: Mr. James Rue • Bearettes down Glassboro, F&M ...


The Ursinus Weekly, October 11, 1973, John T. Fidler, Theodore Burdumy, Elsie Van Wagoner, Joseph Van Wyk, David Ochocki, Richard Whaley, Ruth Von Kummer, Milton E. Detterline, Wendy Barnes, Frances Ridgley, Lise Pettijohn, Tim Clemens, Eva Morgan, Leonard Domanski, Gary Griffith Oct 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, October 11, 1973, John T. Fidler, Theodore Burdumy, Elsie Van Wagoner, Joseph Van Wyk, David Ochocki, Richard Whaley, Ruth Von Kummer, Milton E. Detterline, Wendy Barnes, Frances Ridgley, Lise Pettijohn, Tim Clemens, Eva Morgan, Leonard Domanski, Gary Griffith

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Ursinus hires seven new faculty members for term • Sororities go bananas as bids are accepted • USGA is as potent as students permit • Freshmen elect officers despite near fight over voting procedure • Lord Caradon to speak at next Ursinus forum • Editorial: President Pettit’s letter, Is it bull - - - -? • Faculty portrait: Dr. Peter Perreten • Alumni corner: Alumni leaders seek firmer ties with students • Summer school in review: Japanese-American interaction encouraged • Christian fellowship plans busy fall • Ursinus Bearettes spark southern tournament • Ursinus Booters 2-1 • Cross country eyes MAC championship


The Ursinus Weekly, October 4, 1973, John T. Fidler, Kitt Turner, Elizabeth Tibbitts, Joseph Van Wyk, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Ann Lavelle, Richard Whaley, Elsie Van Wagoner, Eva Morgan, George Geist, Helen Ludwig, Jeff Fegely Oct 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, October 4, 1973, John T. Fidler, Kitt Turner, Elizabeth Tibbitts, Joseph Van Wyk, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Ann Lavelle, Richard Whaley, Elsie Van Wagoner, Eva Morgan, George Geist, Helen Ludwig, Jeff Fegely

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Freshman class energetic; Brings new atmosphere to U.C. • Open dorm extension refused, frosh cuts limited to 6 • Bomberger Hall finally opens after lengthy renovations • Professor publishes • Union plans discussed • Editorial: And the train keeps a-rollin’ • Philadelphia Folk Festival presents music and workshops • Letter to the editor: Give us a chance • Presenting Mr. Gaglio • U.C. coeds travel to France • Hockey Bearettes on their way to successful season • Hopeful hoopla • New tennis courts ready for use • Bears drop two


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 7, Wku Student Affairs Sep 1973

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 7, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Articles in this issue:

  • Primary Candidates Advance in Yesterday’s Light Voting
  • United Black Students Elects Mark Turner to Presidency
  • Registration Deadline Nears
  • Cross, Al. ‘This Train Got the Disappearing Railroad Blues’
  • Potter Hall Is Vacant for Third Consecutive Year
  • Talisman Looks for Notables
  • Housing Discussed
  • Crawley, Clyde. Leon Russell Goes Country … ‘Most Honest’ Album This Year
  • Merrill, Bonnie. Bill Monroe Shows Skill
  • Merrill, Bonnie. … ‘Right Good Boy Gone Bad’ – Leon Russell
  • Class Offices Become Campus Anachronisms
  • Barnhart, Diana. Wants Women’s Rights
  • Wilhelms, Kip. Criticizes Drug Article
  • Juett ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 2, Wku Student Affairs Aug 1973

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 2, Wku Student Affairs

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WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Articles in this issue:

  • Kroeger, Mark. Banks Leery of Students Loans
  • Johnston, Scott. CLEP Can Aid Early Graduation
  • Branham, Judy. Opportunity Grants Available to New Freshmen
  • Counseling Center Takes Pains with Problems
  • Three Speakers Confirmed for Fall Lecture Series
  • Checking Service Offered by WKU
  • Ayers, Elaine. Putting on Ayers but Can You Prove It


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 1, Wku Student Affairs Aug 1973

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 1, Wku Student Affairs

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WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Articles in this issue:

  • Western Administrators, Faculty Members Take New Posts
  • Caudill, Tom. College ‘Concrete Boom’ May Soon Be Ending
  • Applewhite, Scott. Student Movement – Polly Singlust
  • Merrill, Bonnie. Learning Tricks of the Trade Required for Dorm Survival
  • Dillingham, Jed. Meal Tickets Planned for Garrett Cafeteria
  • Montell, Monisa. Clinic Provides Student Health Care – Student Health Services
  • Montell, Monisa. Sinking Teeth into Dental Hygiene
  • Student Receives Chemistry Award – Clay Pickard
  • Collins, Don & Richard Rogers. Athletic Facilities Open to Students
  • $5 Fee Cars Must Be Registered – Parking
  • Lawrence, Fred. Kentucky Building Offers ...


78th Annual Convocation , Sherwood Music School Jun 1973

78th Annual Convocation , Sherwood Music School

Commencement Programs

Programs for the Sherwood Music School 78th Annual Spring Concert on June 1, 1973 and the Convocation ceremony held at Recital Hall (1014 South Michigan Avenue) on June 15, 1973


The Ursinus Weekly, June 3, 1973, John T. Fidler, David Ochocki, Elsie Van Wagoner, Nancy Frye, John O. Rorer Iii, Fred Reiss, Gary Griffith, Susan Petersen, Ruthann Connell, Helen Ludwig, Robert Simpson Iii Jun 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, June 3, 1973, John T. Fidler, David Ochocki, Elsie Van Wagoner, Nancy Frye, John O. Rorer Iii, Fred Reiss, Gary Griffith, Susan Petersen, Ruthann Connell, Helen Ludwig, Robert Simpson Iii

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Commentator Rod MacLeish will deliver commencement address • Successes of the USGA reviewed for this year • Dean's Office names top UC graduates • Chapter scholars selected • Editorial: Left, right, or in-between; That wonderful time of the year - for the seniors • Focus: Senior class president, Ed Podolak • Reflections: As the curtain comes down on class of '73 • Nietzsche's fried nirvana nuts; The skipped diploma's epitaph: Framed by a sister on training wheels • Letter to the editor: Reply to Shrew review • Spring sports end on encouraging note • Bears complete 9-10 baseball season • Ursinus golf season is year of underclassmen • Volleyball intramurals


The Ursinus Weekly, May 17, 1973, John T. Fidler, Elsie Van Wagoner, Rachel Mcclain, Gary Griffith, Sandra Wible, Carol Seifrit, James Cochran, Robert Vietri, Ruthann Connell, Helen Ludwig May 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, May 17, 1973, John T. Fidler, Elsie Van Wagoner, Rachel Mcclain, Gary Griffith, Sandra Wible, Carol Seifrit, James Cochran, Robert Vietri, Ruthann Connell, Helen Ludwig

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Japanese students eager to tour US and study at UC • Preview of freshmen reveals a typical lot • POW speaks to psychology classes • Juniors elect officers for their senior year • Economics majors inducted into honor society • Editorial: Ellsberg and his gift of justice; In praise of PBS • Faculty portrait: Mr. Juan Espadas • Final exam schedule • "Taming of the Shrew" pleases weekend audience • Trackmen complete successful season • British upset 11-8; Smart coaching helps • Lacrosse team wins two but loses the big one


Ua45/6 Commencement Program, Wku Registrar May 1973

Ua45/6 Commencement Program, Wku Registrar

WKU Archives Records

Commencement program listing graduates.


The Ursinus Weekly, May 10, 1973, John T. Fidler, David Ochocki, Richard Whaley, Larry Person, Fred Reiss, John O. Rorer Iii, Gary Griffith, Helen Ludwig, Ruthann Connell, Rodger Blind May 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, May 10, 1973, John T. Fidler, David Ochocki, Richard Whaley, Larry Person, Fred Reiss, John O. Rorer Iii, Gary Griffith, Helen Ludwig, Ruthann Connell, Rodger Blind

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

USGA meets, discusses possible demerit change • Shakespeare's Shrew tames Thompson-Gay gym tonight • Randy Cole, a sophomore, will study in Scotland next year • Buddhis Follies perform at Valley Forge hospital • IRC, representing India, takes third place in N.Y. • Editorial: The Food at Ursinus • Travelin' 6 show is a success due to variety of acts and talent • A memorial to "the skipped diploma;" A salute to the Good Humor man • Current events series presents wiretap lecture • Musical organizations at U.C. in review; Credit hours given • Tennis enters intercollegiates; Lacrosse places 12 in trials • Sports buffs' corner • Ursinus beats Haverford ...


The Ursinus Weekly, May 3, 1973, John T. Fidler, Elsie Van Wagoner, Pat Belmont, David Ochocki, Deborah Mcconomy, Nancy Frye, Richard Whaley, Mark M. Borish, James Cochran, Gary Griffith, Rodger Blind, Robert Vietri, Susan Petersen, Helen Ludwig, Ruthann Connell May 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, May 3, 1973, John T. Fidler, Elsie Van Wagoner, Pat Belmont, David Ochocki, Deborah Mcconomy, Nancy Frye, Richard Whaley, Mark M. Borish, James Cochran, Gary Griffith, Rodger Blind, Robert Vietri, Susan Petersen, Helen Ludwig, Ruthann Connell

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Meisters sing praise about Spring tour • CCC's squad leaders program will have more work, closer contact with Frosh • USGA selects new J-Board members • IF weekend starts today • Convocation to honor U.C. basketball team • Phi Psi, ZX, entertain 30 area orphans • Travelin' 6 concert to be held tonight • Summer School announcement • Editorials: Watergate opens wider; A call to arms • Dr. Visser outlines service project which needs helpers • Dr. Hiroshi Obayashi speaks at Socratic Club meeting • P-VAC art show is a successful one • Gerard Piel speaks on science and humanities • Seniors dying out; Frosh add new spark to Spring sports ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 52, No. 55, Wku Student Affairs May 1973

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 52, No. 55, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU Campus Newspaper Reporting Campus, Athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky News. This issue contains articles:

  • Elam, Jerry. Science and Education Majors Declining
  • Dillingham, Jed. Street Changes Get Mixed Reception – Russellville Road
  • Head Fee Vote Set Tomorrow
  • College Heights Herald Again Ranks No. 1 at Kentucky Intercollegiate Press Association
  • Band Sets Twilight Concert
  • Tutors Entertain Their Students
  • Apathy Lives! . .. Here Especially
  • Gatton, Rita. Can’t Understand Apathy
  • Yater, Steve. Says Vote Yes
  • Goatley, Greg. Scheduling is Poor
  • Dorton, Cathy. Kentucky Derby Finals Absurd
  • Mason, Richard. Defends Health Service
  • News in Brief – Tuition to Increase, Commencement Set May 12, May Term & Summer Schedules
  • What’s Happening – National Organization for Women, Pershing Rifles, Western Players
  • Elam, Jerry. Raymond Cravens Examines Assets in Four-Day Week
  • Caudill, Tom. Proficiency Tests Aid About 400
  • Historians to Meet
  • Emberton, Gail. Married Housing: The Demand Exceeds Supply
  • Russell, Steven. John Lucas Plows Straight Furrow Toward Success
  • Ayers, Elaine. Troublemaker Mike McDonald Keeps ‘em Laughing
  • Smith, Verenda. Lanky Runner Outdistances Shyness – Fred Lawrence
  • Emberton, Gail. Housing Committee Proposes Policy Revisions
  • Ayers, Elaine. Diana Ross Can Act, Too
  • Studio Season Closes Tonight
  • Cross, Al. Bluegrass Festival—A Good Time for All
  • Baldon, Virgil. Wattstax Educates Listeners
  • Brownlee, Tim. Directors Reminisce as Theatre 100 Closes – Mildred Howard, Lee Mitchell, William Leonard, James Brown, Whit Combs
  • Brownlee, Tim. Butterflies, Angels Offered This Summer
  • Distribution of Yearbooks Begins Today
  • Loewen, Roger. Tippy Canoe, But Paddle Too!
  • Emberton, Gail. Housing Sees 19 Major Changes in Last Decade
  • Dilingham, Jed. Move to Ivan Wilson Fine Arts Center Nears End
  • Lawrence, Fred. Tracksters Pummel Tech 118-27; Nick ...


Oral History Interview: Ethel Barnes, Eva Ethel Barnes Apr 1973

Oral History Interview: Ethel Barnes, Eva Ethel Barnes

Oral Histories

Eva Ethel Barnes, who is referred to as Ethel Barnes during her interview, was born on February 25, 1900, in Ivydale, Clay County, West Virginia. She attended a one room school house as a child. In the audio clip provided, Mrs. Barnes discusses her education as a child in a one room school house. She focuses on the classroom schedule and her teachers at this school. During her interview she also discusses preserving and preparing food and soap with her mother.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 52, No. 54, Wku Student Affairs Apr 1973

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 52, No. 54, Wku Student Affairs

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WKU Campus Newspaper Reporting Campus, Athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky News. This issue contains articles:

  • Johnston, Scott. Kentucky Student Public Interest Research Group Hits Snag in Wake of Opinion
  • Emberton, Gail. Joe Glasser Take Senior Award
  • Almost Gone
  • Western Regents Okay Cherry Hall Renovation
  • Kentucky Building Strikes Gold
  • Registration Ends for Mexico Study
  • Yes Vote Means Improved Entertainment
  • Gray, David. Says Increase Unnecessary
  • Bohr, D.W. Thanks Officers
  • Correction
  • Derby Juleps, Speeding Horses, Final Exams . . . Yuck
  • Johnston, Scott & Elaine Ayers. Once Upon a Mattress Gives Audience a Happy Ending
  • Last Studio Shows Set Next Week
  • Lester Flatt to Headline Associated ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 52, No. 53, Wku Student Affairs Apr 1973

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 52, No. 53, Wku Student Affairs

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WKU Campus Newspaper Reporting Campus, Athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky News. This issue contains articles:

  • Elam, Jerry. Associated Student Government Congress Votes to Hold Referendum on Head Fee Raise
  • Emberton, Gail. Housing Committee Completes Survey
  • Hurley, Jean. Job Market ‘73: Lee Robertson Says Situation is Improving
  • Western Hosts Health Program – Community Health Career Day
  • Conference Set for Friday – Speech & Theatre
  • Dormitory Observation Needs Another Look
  • Bare, Stephen. Says Concern Genuine re: Intramurals
  • Hurley, Jean. Women’s Liberation Leaves Damsel in Distress Stranded
  • Issues ‘73 Ends Series – Lyman Lemnitzer
  • We Goofed
  • Madison, Stephanie. 1973-74 Cheerleaders Chosen
  • Latin American Studies to Sponsor ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 52, No. 51, Wku Student Affairs Apr 1973

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 52, No. 51, Wku Student Affairs

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WKU Campus Newspaper Reporting Campus, Athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky News. This issue contains articles:

  • Dillingham, Jed. Russellville Road to Undergo Changes
  • Gen. Daniel James to Lecture Here Tonight
  • Kroeger, Mark. Memories of WKU Were Escape, Ken Fleenor Tells Homecoming Crowd
  • Dillingham, Jed. Search Continues for Students Feared Drowned in Barren River – Joseph Cahill, James Agee
  • High Schoolers to Get a Look at Health Careers
  • Agriculture Field Day Slated Friday
  • Lawrence, Fred. Collegiate Suicide No Problem Here: Stanley Brumfield
  • Head Fee Needs Boost to Help Insure Quality of Associated Student Government Entertainment
  • Hatfield, Bob. Replies to Editorial
  • Evans, James. Says ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 52, No. 50, Wku Student Affairs Apr 1973

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 52, No. 50, Wku Student Affairs

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WKU Campus Newspaper Reporting Campus, Athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky News. This issue contains articles:

  • Associated Student Government Election Returns
  • Ayers, Elaine. Spring Concert is Doubtful
  • Pence, Carter. Steve Yater Stresses a Calm Approach in Associated Student Government
  • Homecoming Planned for Former Prisoner of War Ken Fleenor
  • Daniel James to Lecture Tuesday
  • Kroeger, Mark. Five Westerners Seek Frankfort Internships
  • Library Plans Addition of Paperbacks This Summer
  • Campaigns Shouldn’t Become Circuses
  • Stolzfus, Carl. Thanks Supporters
  • Collins, Lloyd. Appreciates Blood Donation
  • Thompson, David. Weary of POWs Praise
  • Brown, J.E. Says Sorority was Right
  • Burt, Adele. Says Priorities Confused
  • Steve Yater ...


The Ursinus Weekly, April 12, 1973, John T. Fidler, David Ochocki, Richard Whaley, Nancy Shislar, Judith James, John Kraus, Larry Neustadter, Robert Vietri, Gary Griffith, Ruthann Connell Apr 1973

The Ursinus Weekly, April 12, 1973, John T. Fidler, David Ochocki, Richard Whaley, Nancy Shislar, Judith James, John Kraus, Larry Neustadter, Robert Vietri, Gary Griffith, Ruthann Connell

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Board of Control meets, elects John Fidler editor; New staff chosen for Fall • J-Board plans complete; Meat boycott discussed • Alpha Phi Omega plans • Ecological concern cites collection days • IR Club to go to NY • Meistersingers return; Complete successful tour • Travelin' 6 concert to be held May 3 • Editorial: Taking care of business; Bury the faith at Wounded Knee • Faculty portrait: Dr. J.C. Noman Miller • Student spotlight • Film review: "The Poseidon Adventure" • Letter to the editor: Beef about beef • Thinclads wallop F&M; Sing sets mark • Netmen drop opener • Diamond season in full swing • Lacrosse team is successful at Sanford • Doreen ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 52, No. 49, Wku Student Affairs Apr 1973

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 52, No. 49, Wku Student Affairs

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WKU Campus Newspaper Reporting Campus, Athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky News. This issue contains articles:

  • Ayers, Elaine. Top Associated Student Government Offices on Line in Election Today
  • Elam, Jerry. Campus FM Station Unlikely to Appear in Near Future
  • College Heights Herald Wins All-American Rating Again
  • Beg Your Pardon
  • Caudill, Tom. James Baker Conducts Class Studying Non-Violence
  • Improved Check System Will Benefit Students, Whatever the Location
  • LaCivita. Thomas. Says College Heights Herald Lacks Interest
  • Cheak, Joe. Praises Ed Jordan
  • Paper, Nancy. Supports Mike Fiorella
  • Dates for Yearbook Photos Set
  • Job Replacement Nears Finish
  • Lawrence, Fred. Suicide: Western Professor Studies Causes, Prevention ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 52, No. 48, Wku Student Affairs Apr 1973

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 52, No. 48, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU Campus Newspaper Reporting Campus, Athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky News. This issue contains articles:

  • Elam, Jerry. Western Rolls Out Red Carpet to Welcome Former Prisoner of War – Dewey Smith Ayers, Elaine. 1,355 Vote in Associated Student Government Primary
  • Pence, Carter. Downing University Center Won’t Have Check-Cashing Facility, but Improvement of Services Promised
  • Field Day Scheduled - ROTC
  • ROTC Meet Expects 600 High Schoolers
  • Campbell, Joy. International Day Offers Foreign Flavor
  • Dean William Hourigan Elected Kentucky Allied Health Consortium Head
  • Cumberland Trio to Present Concert
  • No-Hours Policy Needs Revision
  • Rasmussen, Bill. Says Letter Inaccurate re: Intramurals
  • Simpson, Robert. Says ...