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Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 9, Wku Student Affairs Sep 1973

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 9, Wku Student Affairs

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

  • Dillingham, Jed. Car Registration up, Traffic Trouble Down
  • Enrollment Hits 11,736
  • Ayers, Elaine. ‘People Don’t Know Where Babies Come from’
  • Few-tility Accompanies Light Vote as 160 Cast General Election Ballots
  • Kroeger, Mark. Cost of Downtown Mall Estimated at $1.8 Million
  • Baker, Beverly. Recycled Paper Demand May Aid Associated Student Government Program
  • Baker, Beverly. Administrators Focus on Goals
  • Dormitory Suggestions Mix Trivia, Importance
  • The Excesses of Enthusiasm
  • Lucas, John. Poor Richard Takes to the Throne in a Big Way
  • Lawrence, Fred. Coup Hasn ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 8, Wku Student Affairs Sep 1973

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 8, Wku Student Affairs

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

  • Elam, Jerry. Associated Student Government Housing Survey Urges Improvement in Dorm Conditions
  • Elam, Jerry. Tutor Learns to Make Friends in ‘Unforgettable’ Program
  • $1000 Reward Offered for Bomb Information – Parking Structure
  • Ayers, Elaine. Balloting Scheduled Thursday in Election
  • Elmore, Valerie. Voluntary Meal Ticket Program Loses Money
  • Festival Deadline Nears
  • What Price Convenient Food Service
  • Russell, Steven. I Must Go Down to the Sea, Glub Glub
  • Bickley, Roy. Criticizes Photos
  • York, Dave. Wants Intramural Coverage
  • Police to Begin Parking Crackdown
  • Clayworth, Carl. Nursing Program Changes Selection Procedure ...


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

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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. 6, Wku Student Affairs Sep 1973

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 6, Wku Student Affairs

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

  • Four-race Primary Slated for Thursday
  • Johnston, Scott. Associated Student Government Free U Continues, but with Fewer Courses
  • Elam, Jerry. Academic Council Eligibility Proposed
  • Black Officers’ Election Set – United Black Students
  • Fairness Should Govern Women’s Housing Policy
  • Goetter, R.C. Defends Philadelphia
  • Edwards, Thomas. Says Writer Uneducated
  • Greenweel, Pat. Criticizes Leo Peckenpaugh
  • Mashall, Judy. Criticizes Leo Peckenpaugh
  • ‘Smart and Classic’ Describe Year’s Fall Fashions
  • Cardigan Sweaters Will Wrap up Fall Sprtswear
  • Wrap, Sweater, Shirtdresses Styles for Fall
  • Neck Scarves Add Pizzazz as Most Important ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 5, Wku Student Affairs Sep 1973

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 5, Wku Student Affairs

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

  • Pence, Carter & Leo Peckenpaugh. Difficulties May Force Blackout of Ohio Valley Conference Basketball TV Network
  • Three Races to Be Contested on Tuesday’s Primary Ballot
  • 85 Students Re-register
  • Dillingham, Jed. Townlift Called ‘Opportunity for Life’
  • Kroeger, Mark. Cynicism Absent in Government Interns
  • Volunteer Army Has Everything but Volunteers
  • Russell, Steve. Walking Last Mile Proves Hazardous
  • Ayers, Elaine. Going Braless Proves Itself to Be Liberated Boo-boo
  • Kroeger, Mark. Marines’ Hymn Recruiters Looking for a Few Good Officers
  • Cumberland Parkway Set to Open
  • Lawrence, Fred. Latins Fear ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 4, Wku Student Affairs Sep 1973

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 4, Wku Student Affairs

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

  • Elam, Jerry. Associated Student Governement Committee to Investigate Part-time Student Opportunities
  • Elam, Jerry. Steve Yater Commends WKY Regents
  • Ayers, Elaine. He’s after the Pusher – Fred Lancaster, Bowling Green Police
  • Primary Slated for Sept. 20
  • Voter Registration Slated Thursday
  • Dissatisfaction Spawns Disease of Nostalgia …
  • But Desire for Good Ol’ Days Doesn’t Go Quite Far Enough
  • Tewell, Terry. Wants No Apathy’
  • Goatley, Greg. Says Re-Register
  • Services Are Held for Mrs. Downing – A.C. Downing
  • James Carpenter Joins Committee
  • Ayers, Elaine. Drug Convictions ‘May or May ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 3, Wku Student Affairs Sep 1973

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 3, Wku Student Affairs

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

  • Elmore, Valerie. Voter Registration Planned Thursday
  • Kroeger, Mark. Loan Program Changes Hands
  • Frosh Election Deadline Near
  • 5 Women’s Dorms Given No-hours Option
  • Bankruptcy, Pass-fail Plans Are Commendable
  • Russell, Steven. Traveler Finds Serenity amid the Blue Ridge Mountains
  • Even Death Can’t Kill Enchantment – J.R.R. Tolkien
  • Ayers, Elaine. Just What Are They Hinting at?
  • Woody Woodpecker Is Alive
  • Dillingham, Jed. ‘Too Many’ – a Good Estimate – Parking
  • Speech Pathology Major Now Offered at Western
  • Caudill, Tom. Western Offering to Assist Local Governments
  • Elam, Jerry ...


Ua11/2 Press Release Local Student Completes Mass Comm Internship, Wku Public Affairs Sep 1973

Ua11/2 Press Release Local Student Completes Mass Comm Internship, Wku Public Affairs

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Press release regarding students completing mass communications internships.


Denominational Differences In Attitude Toward Abortion, Sharon Cropper Sep 1973

Denominational Differences In Attitude Toward Abortion, Sharon Cropper

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

In recent years there has been a break in a long "conspiracy of silence" on the subject of abortion, and attitude toward abortion has come to demand a great deal of public attention. The year 1967 marked the first changes in the abortion-prohibition laws of the United States in three-quarters of a century. And in early 1973, the United States Supreme Court, for all practical purposes, legalized abortion. The gist of the Supreme Court's ruling was that, except in very limited circumstances, government may not deter the right to abortion at will. Reaction to the Court's decision has ...


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 Fall Sports Special, Wku Student Affairs Aug 1973

Ua12/2/1 Fall Sports Special, Wku Student Affairs

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Special issue of the College Heights Herald regarding fall sports teams. Articles included in this issue:

  • Smith, Verenda. Experience Makes Hilltoppers Solid Choice to Win Ohio Valley Conference Title
  • Rogers, Richard & Fred Lawrence. Coach Jerry Bean Sees Cross-Country Team as Best Ever
  • Peckenpaugh, Leo. Herald Sports Staff Expects Tops to Take Ohio Valley Conference Title
  • Collins, Don. Diamond Demons
  • Peckenpaugh, Leo. Let’s Make This Perfectly Clear
  • Rule Changes Set for Fall Season
  • Recreation Facilities Available
  • Lawrence, Fred. Cross-Country Faces Tough Schedule
  • Rogers, Richard. Miracle Worker – Russell Miller
  • Rogers, Richard. Rebuilding Looms Ahead for Rifle Team
  • Post-Season Playoffs Announced by ...


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 ...


An Investigation Of The Influence Of Stress On The Protestant Ethic Effect, April Schnur Aug 1973

An Investigation Of The Influence Of Stress On The Protestant Ethic Effect, April Schnur

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

In the past decade researchers have demonstrated that organisms do not always perform according to Hull's "law of less work" (Hull, 1943). In certain situations, some Ss prefer to perform an operant (e.g., bar press) rather than freeload to receive reinforcement (e.g., food). Though it can be argued that this is not behavior typical of all Ss (Taylor, 1972), lack of generality is not the point. As Metze and Craig (1973) point out, data from deviant individual Ss may prove to be the most interesting.

There are two research objectives for the present study. First, an attempt ...


The Protestant Ethic Effect: A Multiple Dependent Variable Analysis, Ronald Stephens Aug 1973

The Protestant Ethic Effect: A Multiple Dependent Variable Analysis, Ronald Stephens

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

When an organism is allowed to choose "between working for food or receiving "free" food, what will its decision "be? For years such a question would have been addressed within the framework proposed by Clark Hull (1943): the organism would choose the alternative requiring the least amount of effort and eat the free food. However, several recent investigations have cast doubt on the generality of this lav: of least effort. Typically these studies have involved training organisms to respond for a reinforcer, defined as a stimulus that increases the probability of a response (Hilgard ?z Bower, 1966), and subsequently allowing ...


Intercultural Influences In Early Peruvian Ceramic Design And Decoration, Clinton Pace Aug 1973

Intercultural Influences In Early Peruvian Ceramic Design And Decoration, Clinton Pace

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

About eleven thousand years ago the earliest known human inhabitants of the Central Andean area began a lifestyle which developed into some of the richest cultures of the ancient American civilizations. The people living in this thirteen-hundred-mile arid mountain zone, which is now the nation of Peru, produced some of the most outstanding examples of ceramics in the world before the birth of Christ.

The purpose of this study was to examine representative examples from various early Peruvian cultures in an attempt to identify their characteristics and to determine the extent to which the pottery forms of certain early cultures ...


Drowned At Turnhole: A Study Of Western Kentucky Epitaphs, Robert Taylor Jul 1973

Drowned At Turnhole: A Study Of Western Kentucky Epitaphs, Robert Taylor

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The purpose of this thesis is not to give the common man a voice, for he has already spoken. It is to give his words credence - to make writers of history aware that in the epitaph there is, indeed, a body of material which gives evidence of the historical currents and thoughts of past generations.


Job Satisfaction Of Police Officers In Second Class Cities In Kentucky, Joan Robertson Jul 1973

Job Satisfaction Of Police Officers In Second Class Cities In Kentucky, Joan Robertson

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The purpose of this study is to attempt to find out how the police officers in the second-class cities in Kentucky view their work. Questions asked concern relationships with the public, their supervisors, and co-workers; opinions of recent court rulings affecting their work; and their sentiments about salaries and plans to continue in police work. After assessing the job satisfaction of the officers, the results were correlated with other studies and recommendations are made directed toward increasing the officers' motivation and effectiveness in performing their duties.


The Effects Of Developmental Groups On Personality Factors, Larry Sensing Jul 1973

The Effects Of Developmental Groups On Personality Factors, Larry Sensing

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

Because of the attempt by our culture to deal with isolation and alienation in contemporary life, the small group process has become a significant force in many parts of American society. It has been known under many names: encounter group, T-group, sensitivity group and developmental group. Since this phenomenon generally grew outside of the "establishment," those scholars and behavioral scientists who have in the past been charged with the evaluation of such practices only recently have begun to explore its effects. Perhaps because the group process was not first explored intensively in an academic setting, colleges have been among the ...


A Status Study Of The Counseling Services Programs In The University Of Kentucky Community College System, Jan L. Ireland Jul 1973

A Status Study Of The Counseling Services Programs In The University Of Kentucky Community College System, Jan L. Ireland

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The study involved analyzing the counseling services programs in the University of Kentucky Community College System. In addition to this, the study analyzed the academic and professional background of the counselors, determined the present duties and responsibilities of the counselors, and determined the counselors’ perceived ideal duties and responsibilities. The reason for the study was to provide information which can be helpful to different groups concerned with community colleges. Some of the information may be useful to graduate programs concerned with the preparation of counselors who intend to work in community college counseling as a profession, may find that some ...


An Examination Of Clinical Psychology Programs In The United States And Peru And Recommendations For Future Development Of Programs In Peru, Oscar Barreda Jul 1973

An Examination Of Clinical Psychology Programs In The United States And Peru And Recommendations For Future Development Of Programs In Peru, Oscar Barreda

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

Chapter I will be concerned with a definition and classification of psychology as a science, the process to be followed in order to obtain a degree in psychology or a professional title, some characteristics of a psychologist, and finally the place in which psychology as a profession stands from an ethical and legal position.

Chapter II will refer to psychological knowledge, standards and principles which defined psychotherapy practices. It will also be descriptive of some psychological services and delivery systems for such services.

From the great variety of programs and fields of study found in the United States today, according ...


The Effects Of Monetary Incentives On Group Intelligence Test Performance Of Lower Class Children, Larry Gerbig Jun 1973

The Effects Of Monetary Incentives On Group Intelligence Test Performance Of Lower Class Children, Larry Gerbig

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

Since the advent of the first intelligence test in 1905, the primary goal of the psychometric field has been to obtain the most reliable and valid evaluation of an individual's level of intellectual functioning. The major difficulty concerning this goal, however, has been how to motivate the individual to work at his optimum level of performance. Terman (1916) attempted to solve this motivation problem through the use of praise. "Exclamations like 'Fine!,' Splendid!,' etc. should be used lavishly. Almost any innocent deception is permissible which keeps the child interested, confident, and at his best level of effort Cio. 120 ...


Ua12/2/2 1973 Talisman Pt. 2, None Jun 1973

Ua12/2/2 1973 Talisman Pt. 2, None

WKU Archives Records

1973 Talimsan yearbook pp. 262-end, includes classes and index.


Ua12/2/2 1973 Talisman Pt. 1, None Jun 1973

Ua12/2/2 1973 Talisman Pt. 1, None

WKU Archives Records

1973 Talisman yearbook pp. 1-261, includes student life, athletics, honors and organizations.


Ua11/2 Press Release Local Student Named To Wku Newspaper Staff, Wku Public Affairs May 1973

Ua11/2 Press Release Local Student Named To Wku Newspaper Staff, Wku Public Affairs

WKU Archives Records

Press release regarding Scott Applewhite's appointment to the College Heights Herald.


Ua45/6 Commencement Program, Wku Registrar May 1973

Ua45/6 Commencement Program, Wku Registrar

WKU Archives Records

Commencement program listing graduates.


Ua60/3/3 Annual Award's Ceremony Program, Wku Military Science May 1973

Ua60/3/3 Annual Award's Ceremony Program, Wku Military Science

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The Reserve Officers Training Corps of the United States Army Annual Award's Ceremony program.


Logging In The Upper Cumberland River Valley: A Folk Industry, Steven Schulman May 1973

Logging In The Upper Cumberland River Valley: A Folk Industry, Steven Schulman

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The purpose of this study is to examine the logging industry found along, the upper Cumberland River from the 1870s to the 1930s. Because the industry was very much a part of the economic lifeblood of the people of the region, the study will focus upon the loggers and raftsmen who worked with the timber. Any attempt to describe the lumber business alone would be futile due to the nature of the industry. It is impossible to separate the logging industry of the Cumberland from the general folk life of the area, because of the involvement of the people in ...


The Little People Of Pea Ridge, David Sutherland May 1973

The Little People Of Pea Ridge, David Sutherland

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

Cumberland County, Kentucky, is situated on the Tennessee line just at the western edge of the Appalachian Mountains. The county's terrain is typical of land in the foothills of a mountain range and varies from flat farmland and good bottomland along the Cumberland River to steep, wooded hillsides and rough, rocky ridge tops. Areas often take part of their names from outstanding topographic features of the land. Community names such as White's Bottom, Howard's Bottom, Cherry Tree Ridge and Bow Schoolhouse Ridge are common in Cumberland County. On Pea Ridge, which runs along the north shore of ...


Strength Of An Established Taste Aversion As A Function Of A Tap Or Distilled Water Adaptation Period, Frank Etscorn May 1973

Strength Of An Established Taste Aversion As A Function Of A Tap Or Distilled Water Adaptation Period, Frank Etscorn

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

Studies in taste aversion learning are typically of the following designs An animal is made to consume a novel tasting substance (the conditioned stimulus) such as saccharin diluted in water. Following a specified length of time, the animal is then subjected to a gastrointestinal insult (the unconditioned stimulus) from such independent sources as X-ray overdose or poison injection. After the subject is allowed to recover from will made the ensuing illness, it can be observed that the animal avoid consuming the flavored substance if it available.


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

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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 ...