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Senator James O. Eastland To Vice President Elect Spiro T. Agnew, 18 December 1968, James O. Eastland Dec 1968

Senator James O. Eastland To Vice President Elect Spiro T. Agnew, 18 December 1968, James O. Eastland

Eastland Correspondence: Nixon Administration

Carbon typed letter dated 18 December 1968 from Eastland to Spiro T. Agnew, Vice-President Elect, re: thanks for copies of speeches, future work together.


Andrew Johnson And The Patronage, James Lewis Baumgardner Dec 1968

Andrew Johnson And The Patronage, James Lewis Baumgardner

Doctoral Dissertations

The Constitution bestows upon the president the right to make appointments "by and with the advice and consent of the Senate" to federal position at home and abroad. Over the passage of time, through free use of this power and the implied power of removal, the several chief executives constructed a vast patronage system, of which one primary goal was to reward the party faithful for their services. The purpose of this dissertation is to determine how well Andrew Johnson, the unexpected successor of Abraham Lincoln, used the seemingly powerful patronage weapon and the reasons why he used it as ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 48, No. 9-Z251, Wku Student Affairs Nov 1968

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 48, No. 9-Z251, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletics and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.

  • Judicial Council to Hear More Disciplinary Cases
  • Barton, Gail. Brooks Hays Fuses Politics with Religion
  • Bennett, Ellen & Jeanne Jackson. Bill Sanders Receives Top Herald Award, aka Whitey Sanders
  • Williams, Debby. WKU Nominates 40 Seniors for Grad School Scholarships
  • Kentucky Library Holds History of this Region
  • Auburn Top Speakers in Debate Tournament
  • Nonsense Set for Thursday
  • Sadie Hawkins to Chase Males Saturday Night
  • New Judicial Plan Adds Responsibility
  • McDaniel, Mike. Biafra: The Gaunt Faces, the Starving Children
  • Tucker, Bruce. Richard Nixon's Unity Seems Unlikely
  • Wilson, Jane. Married Student Housing ...


A Strategy For Campus Peace, Lewis F. Powell, Jr. Nov 1968

A Strategy For Campus Peace, Lewis F. Powell, Jr.

Powell Speeches

No abstract provided.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 48, No. 8-Z251, Wku Student Affairs Nov 1968

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 48, No. 8-Z251, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletics and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.

  • William Sanders aka Whitey, Top Editorial Cartoonist to Speak This Afternoon
  • Schuhmann, Paul. Lecture Series Slates Political Aide Brooks Hays
  • Richard Nixon Shades Hubert Humphrey; Marlow Cook to Join Senate
  • Barton, Gail. 'Liliom' Combines Tragedy, Comedy as Nightly Performances Continue
  • Schulte, Linda. 'Historia de Una Escalera' to Open Foreign Language Season
  • Band Preparing for Performance
  • Pat Paulsen Takes Seat in Outhouse
  • Schmidt, Susie. Grad Schools to Feel Draft Impact Second Semester
  • Freeland, Bill. Youth Discovers Generation Gap Opening in Student Movement
  • Mobilization Committee to End the War Members Expelled ...


Ua3/3/1 Correspondence Re: Student Committee Participation, Kelly Thompson, William Straeffer Nov 1968

Ua3/3/1 Correspondence Re: Student Committee Participation, Kelly Thompson, William Straeffer

WKU Archives Records

Correspondence between Kelly Thompson and William Straeffer of the Associated Student Government regarding the addition to students on several university committees such as Student Financial Aid and University Traffic Committees.


Value Orientation And Game Theory, David Lloyd Andrews Nov 1968

Value Orientation And Game Theory, David Lloyd Andrews

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 48, No. 8, Wku Student Affairs Oct 1968

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 48, No. 8, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletics and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.

  • Kelly Thompson Halts Action on Kentucky Southern College
  • Human Rights Commission Seeks Action for Human Relations
  • Herald Gains Top Honor- ACP All-American Award
  • Barton, Gail. Western Players Present 'Liliom' Nov. 6
  • Motorcade to Welcome Muriel Humphrey
  • 'Birthday Party' Billed to Open Fifth Season at Alley Playhouse
  • Thomas Mechling, Ex-McCarthy Supporter Backs Richard Nixon
  • Lawrence, Ron. Humphreys Politic at WKU During Tour
  • Lt. Gov. Wendell Ford to Address Campus Democrats Tonight
  • Durham, Mike. Sigma Chi Derby - Black Hats Signal Darling Pick Tonight
  • Public Should Pick Nominees Directly
  • Police Militancy Increases ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 48, No. 6, Wku Student Affairs Oct 1968

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 48, No. 6, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletics and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.

  • Rally, Bonfire to Kindle Hot Weekend
  • Homocoming Queen to be Named at Game
  • Richard Nixon, Marlowe Cook Win Mock Election
  • Connelly, Linda & Gail Barton. Bergen Evans Challenges Never Stop Searching for Meaning of Justice
  • Community Concert Year to Open with James Dick
  • Tonight - 'Apollo' Opens
  • Grades Overshadow Classroom Learning
  • George Wallace Support Threatens Two-Party Political System
  • Public Defenders React Ominously to Discontent
  • Tucker, Bruce. The George Wallace Myth
  • Student Editors Choose Richard Nixon in Nation-Wide Collegiate Poll
  • McDaniel, Mike. Negro Athletes Spark Controversy
  • Can Mother Beat Draft?
  • Cunningham, Mike & Alana White. 'Aides' for Training School Gain Experience While Earning
  • White, Alana & Ellen Bennett. The Association Reveals Flair & Humor in Interview
  • Newman Center Sets Dedication for Sunday
  • Fraternity Fall Rush Concludes as Pledge Class Size Increases
  • Gemini 15 to Perform in Atlanta
  • Equipment Donated to Western by General Motors
  • Cunningham, Mike. English Coach Teaches Elementary Students
  • Schuhmann, Paul. Photo Spread - Queen Hopefuls Survey Domain
  • Student Wives Club to Sponsor Masquerade Dance Wednesday
  • Connelly, Linda. Tutorial Program Goal: Aiding Underprivileged
  • The Association concert photos
  • Russell, Phil. Mexico After Years of Revolution
  • Draper, Chip. Jimmy Feix -- His Name is Etched Among Greats
  • Pi Kappa Alpha aka Pikes Lead Greeks; Roadrunners Escape


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 48, No. 5, Wku Student Affairs Oct 1968

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 48, No. 5, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.

  • Campus Mock Election Balloting Set Monday
  • White, Alana. Students Will Elect '68 Queen and Court
  • 37 Seniors Make 'Who's Who' List
  • Dr. Bergen Evans to Lecture
  • Associated Students Dance Tomorrow
  • Retired Faculty Member Arndt Stickles Dies Sunday
  • Physics Members Attend Convention in Georgia
  • WKU to Hear Kentucky Southern College Verdict Soon
  • Males Improve Cheering Staff
  • Mock Election to Reveal Awareness
  • Total Campus Turn-out Should Decide Queen
  • Kelly Thompson Starts 13th Year as Exec
  • Police Should Act Within Legal Bounds
  • Tucker, Bruce. Why Not Artistic Teaching?
  • Hoppe, Arthur. Diplomacy-the ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 48, No. 3, Wku Student Affairs Oct 1968

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 48, No. 3, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.

  • WKU Enrollment Continues Steady Upward Pace
  • White, Alana. Lecture Series Bills Speakers
  • Paul Civils and Don Small Are Victors in Frosh President Primaries
  • Committee Work Ending as Homecoming Nears
  • Bennett, Ellen. Booking Problems Still Plague Associated Students Entertainment Calendar
  • Sharon Layman Tapped by Student Wives
  • Convocation Changes Made for Freshmen
  • Donald Basquin Found Guilty
  • Phi Delta Kappa Plans Breakfast
  • Parade Requires Plan Revamping
  • Generation Gap Results in Student Restlessness
  • Cinema Guild Promises Cultural Enrichment
  • Rock House photo
  • Hoppe, Arthur. Spiro Agnew Unites the Nation in Odd Way
  • Religious Council ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 48, No. 2, Wku Student Affairs Sep 1968

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

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.

  • WKU-Kentucky Southern Pact Receiving Reserved Approval
  • Herald Staff Boasts Experienced Personnel
  • Regents Pass $9.3 Million Plan for Four Campus Structures
  • Homecoming Theme Stresses Past, Future 'Topper Power'
  • Future Leaders Toss Beanies Into Ring
  • Testing Service Can Help Students Choose Major
  • Colorful Year Comes with New Talisman Staff
  • Southern Agreement Seen as Beneficial
  • Campaigners Shun Youth to Watch Mom and Dad
  • Collegiate Issues Committee Needs to Provide Forum Discussions
  • Parade Merits Revitalization
  • Hunt, Gary. Youth Moves Too Rapidly to Ballot
  • McDaniel, Mike. Boy's Cool Begins in Dorm
  • Klein ...


Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey To Senator James O. Eastland, 19 September 1968, Hubert H. Humphrey Sep 1968

Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey To Senator James O. Eastland, 19 September 1968, Hubert H. Humphrey

Eastland Correspondence: Johnson Administration

Copy typed letter signed dated 19 September 1968 from Humphrey to Eastland, re: presidential nominee for Democratic Party; envelope. Original removed to VIP Restricted Access location. Copy


The 1966 Republican Campaign In North Dakota, Joseph Charles Crawford Aug 1968

The 1966 Republican Campaign In North Dakota, Joseph Charles Crawford

Theses and Dissertations

The 1966 Republican Campaign in North Dakota discusses the efforts of the Party from May, 1965 through November, 1966. The pre-convention period illustrates the effort of the North Dakota Republicans to rebuild their organization after the 1964 defeat. Analysis of this effort is made with regard to finances, organization, and research.

The study then discusses the 1966 state convention, the rise of youth in the Party organization, background and insight into all the races, and a complete tabulation of all ballots. Special emphasis is placed on the problem of the John Birch Society and on how that problem was resolved ...


Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey To Senator James O. Eastland, 28 June 1968, Hubert H. Humphrey Jun 1968

Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey To Senator James O. Eastland, 28 June 1968, Hubert H. Humphrey

Eastland Correspondence: Johnson Administration

Typed letter signed dated 28 June 1968 from Humphrey to Eastland, re: President's Council on Youth Opportunity. Original removed to VIP Restricted Access location. Attached: President's Council on Youth Opportunity press release dated 23 June 1968, re: summer youth employment; 3 pages.


Ua3/3/1 Letter To William Straeffer Re: Student Fees, Kelly Thompson Jun 1968

Ua3/3/1 Letter To William Straeffer Re: Student Fees, Kelly Thompson

WKU Archives Records

Letter from Kelly Thompson to William Straeffer, president of the Associated Student Government regarding student fees.


Ua36i/2 Carl Chelf - Henry Cherry Educator-Politician, Carl Chelf Jun 1968

Ua36i/2 Carl Chelf - Henry Cherry Educator-Politician, Carl Chelf

Faculty/Staff Personal Papers

This is a study of the role of polities in education-more specifically, the role of politics in the founding and development of a state college. It is not an exposé or an inside story of the sensational, "now it can ba toldB type. It is simply an analysis arid an attempted explanation of the interactions of the various elements in the policy-making process--public opinion, interest groups, individuals, legislators--in the founding and growth of a state college. The study will trace the evolution of an idea or public interest into public policy. This transformation of a public interest through periods of ...


Joseph Rogers Underwood - A Representative Nineteenth Century American, Ralph Ward Brashear Jun 1968

Joseph Rogers Underwood - A Representative Nineteenth Century American, Ralph Ward Brashear

History Theses

Many men throughout history have been on the verge of greatness only to pass into oblivion because of convictions which would not let them compromise with expediency. Joseph Rogers Underwood was such a man, for he placed great importance upon duty, integrity and responsibility. The high values which he placed upon these virtues cost him the renomination for senator by the Kentucky Legislature in 1851. As the Louisville Daily Democrat, an opposition newspaper, so brilliantly stated about this election:

"The whig (sic) party in the Legislature have at last compromised the divisions among themselves, and elected a Senator nobody wanted ...


Anarchy On The Campus, Lewis F. Powell, Jr. May 1968

Anarchy On The Campus, Lewis F. Powell, Jr.

Powell Speeches

No abstract provided.


Ua3/3/1 Memo Re: Results Of Elections - Officers Of Associated Students - Class Officers - Cheerleaders, Charles Keown May 1968

Ua3/3/1 Memo Re: Results Of Elections - Officers Of Associated Students - Class Officers - Cheerleaders, Charles Keown

WKU Archives Records

Memo relaying results of elections for student government and cheerleaders.


Ua3/3/1 Memo Re: Results Of Election, Ron Beck May 1968

Ua3/3/1 Memo Re: Results Of Election, Ron Beck

WKU Archives Records

Memo regarding the results of the Associated Student Government and class elections.


Ua3/3/1 Correspondence Re: Student Fees, William Menser, Kelly Thompson, Wku Student Government Association May 1968

Ua3/3/1 Correspondence Re: Student Fees, William Menser, Kelly Thompson, Wku Student Government Association

WKU Archives Records

Correspondence regarding the assessment of student fees and the Associated Student Government budget for 1968-1969.


A Comparative Study Of Utah's Primary Elections, Owen B. Daw May 1968

A Comparative Study Of Utah's Primary Elections, Owen B. Daw

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The advantage of the incumbent in gaining re-nomination and voter participation in primary elections was studied. Six states, Utah, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Montana, and Washington were used as examples of different types of primaries during the years compared.

There seemed to be no significant difference in the voter participation between the open and closed primaries. The other factors which influence voting behavior affected voter turnout more than the type of primary did.

The incumbent advantage was slightly greater in the open primary, but not enough to be statistically significant.

The closed primary of 1966 in Utah did affect the ...


Collective Bargaining In Utah's Council-Manager Municipalities, Ronald L. Mckim May 1968

Collective Bargaining In Utah's Council-Manager Municipalities, Ronald L. Mckim

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The collective bargaining practices among Utah's council-manager municipalities was studied through a review of existing literature and two surveys, one of which· focused upon the policies and practices of Utah's fourteen municipalities governed under the council-manager system and having a population of 2,000 or more . The second survey was a microcosmic study of Ogden City's collective bargaining practices as defined by administrators and employee representatives.

The first survey involving the collective bargaining practices of Utah's fourteen council-manager municipalities indicated that two factors were present . They are: (1) formal employee organizations existed in areas with the ...


Senators James O. Eastland And John C. Stennis To Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey, 24 April 1968, James O. Eastland, John C. Stennis Apr 1968

Senators James O. Eastland And John C. Stennis To Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey, 24 April 1968, James O. Eastland, John C. Stennis

Eastland Correspondence: Johnson Administration

Copy telegram dated 24 April 1968 from James O. Eastland & John C. Stennis to Humphrey, re: welcome to Mississippi and the University of Mississippi.


Ua3/3/1 Student Election Ballot, Wku Student Government Association Apr 1968

Ua3/3/1 Student Election Ballot, Wku Student Government Association

WKU Archives Records

Ballot used by WKU Student Government Association in spring election 1968. Includes ballot for cheerleaders, student fees and constitutional amendment to revise qualifications for treasurer.


Ua3/3/1 Memo Re: United Student Committee & Human Relations Forum, Charles Keown Mar 1968

Ua3/3/1 Memo Re: United Student Committee & Human Relations Forum, Charles Keown

WKU Archives Records

Memo regarding the establishment of the United Student Committee and their constitution.


Ua3/3/1 Associated Students Activity Calendar, Wku Student Government Association Feb 1968

Ua3/3/1 Associated Students Activity Calendar, Wku Student Government Association

WKU Archives Records

Calendar of events sponsored by the Associated Student Government for February 1968.


An Analysis Of The Governorship Of Huey Long, N. G. Dalrymple Jan 1968

An Analysis Of The Governorship Of Huey Long, N. G. Dalrymple

OBU Graduate Theses

Huey Pierce Long was one of the most flamboyant . and controversial political leaders of the early twentieth century. Elected Governor of Louisiana in 1928 on the platform "Every Man a King," Long soon became nationally known for his erratic and picturesque behavior as "the Kingfish."

The New York Times heralded the election of Huey Long as Governor of the Pelican State as the appearance of "a worthy competitor in the field of light political farce." Later, many persons realized. that the statement was not entirely accurate. What Louisiana received in Huey Long was highly political, but it was far from ...


Is The Death Penalty Dying?, Sharon Coe Jan 1968

Is The Death Penalty Dying?, Sharon Coe

Honors Theses

Now that fourteen states, almost one-third of our country, have abolished the death penalty, it is causing other states to stop and examine capital punishment and see if the extreme penalty is really the most effective penalty.