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House Bill 1302 : An Armistice In The Fish War On The Columbia, Emery Lewellyn Albertson Aug 1975

House Bill 1302 : An Armistice In The Fish War On The Columbia, Emery Lewellyn Albertson

Dissertations and Theses

In late Spring of 1969, shortly before the Oregon Legislative Session adjourned, House Bill No. 1302 as amended passed the last legislative hurdle and was signed by the Governor. The new statute recognized steelhead trout as a game fish and provided for an incidental catch of these fish by the commercial fishery.

HB 1302 was a turning point in a century of conflict over anadromous fish of the Columbia River. The bill served as an armistice in a long sports-commercial steelhead conflict by providing some protection for these fish from commercial fishing. However the bill held off a major shift ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 50, Wku Student Affairs Apr 1975

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

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Leake, Betsy. Associated Student Government Abandons Plans for Final Concert This Semester
  • Day, Mary. Phi Mu, Alpha Kappa Psi Win Top Honors in Greek Week
  • Adams, Anne. Nursing Gets Approval to Plan 4-Year Program
  • Chances for Vet School at Western Get Snagged
  • Prof Wins Award – Robert Martin
  • Kentucky Collegiate Veterans Association Elect Officers
  • Steve Henry’s Entertainment Plan is Inadequate
  • Ombudsman – Dormitory Visitation Policy
  • Tolopka, Stephen. Favors Evaluation Change
  • Daugherty, Sharon. Canteen, Sand Needed
  • Watkins, Allan. Favors Nude Models
  • Vogt, Christy. Encourages Involvement
  • Segda, Janet ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 48, Wku Student Affairs Apr 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 48, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Leake, Betsy. Polls Remain Open as Campaigns End
  • Wethington, Jay. John Dean Postpones Lecture Here Until April 29
  • Caudill, Tom. Jeff Consolo Says Associated Student Government Needs More Student Involvement
  • Faculty Wives Club Name Richard Walker Outstanding Senior
  • Sigma Nu and Alpha Xi Delta Win Track Meet
  • Music Teacher is Conductor – James Godfrey
  • Taylor, Ken. Students Evaluate Teachers, Classes
  • Required Library Course Useful; Freshman Orientation Unnecessary
  • Harris, Roger. Ombudsman: Publishing Firm’s Politics Draw Complaints
  • Stewart, Tony. Critical of Tom Blair
  • Whitman, Connie. Likes Steve ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 47, Wku Student Affairs Apr 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 47, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Leake, Betsy. Polls Open Monday to Elect Associated Student Government Officers
  • Matteson, Teri. The Tornado: Scars Remain as a Constant Reminder of April 3, 1974
  • Coffey, Bob. Getting into the Swim of It
  • Bruce, Don Fill in Blanks for Letter to the Editor
  • Payne, David. Supports Steve Henry
  • Cross, Al. Favors Tom Blair
  • Harmon, Frank. Likes Steve Henry
  • McCubbin, Mary. Endorses John Butchko
  • Day, Mary. for Nancy Wilk
  • Butchko, John. Butchko: No Hassles
  • Litchfield, Gerry & Jefferson Hartzog. Against John Dean Speech
  • Adams, Anne. Activities Candidates Rick Kelley, Marc Levy Say Entertainment is the Issue
  • Reynolds, Jim. Administrative Vice President Candidates Disagree on Need for Class Officers – John Butchko, Christy Vogt
  • What’s Happening – Alpha Kappa Psi, Future Farmers of America, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Backpackers Club, Eta Sigma Gamma, Alpha Xi Delta, Alpha Phi Omega, Alpha Delta Pi, Young Democrats, Fencing
  • Part-Time Athletic Discount is Approved
  • Volunteer Bureau Made Part of Associated Student Government
  • Progress Made in Academic Council
  • Bookstore Prices Cut by Associated Student Government Move
  • Parking Board Gets Associated Student Government Input
  • Entertainment had Diversity This Year
  • Faculty Evaluation: Some Gains Made Diversity This Year
  • Jeff Consolo Notes Progress in His Term
  • Johnson, Rickie. Treasurer Johnson Asks Yes Vote on Amendment
  • Resolution Boxscore
  • News in Brief – Enrollment, Robert Hoffman, Talisman
  • Bond, Beverly. Milwaukee Orchestra, Western Dancers to Perform
  • Bishop, Priscilla. Students Plan to Study Abroad This Summer
  • Collins, Don. Ted Hornback’s Net Team to Entertain Ohio Valley Conference Contenders
  • Harris, Roger & Richard Payton. Track Will Crowded as Men, Women Test Foes
  • Rogers, Ricky. Toppers Carry 1-9 Mark to Murray - Baseball
  • Mike Odemns in All-Star Game; Paul Dietzel to Head Ohio Valley Conference?
  • Softball Games Finally ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 43, Wku Student Affairs Mar 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 43, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Caudill, Tom. University is Taking Measures to End Bomb Threats
  • Leake, Betsy. Primary Election for Associated Student Government is Canceled
  • 20-Mile Walkathon Set Tomorrow – Muscular Dystrophy
  • Leake, Betsy. Student Government Approves Constitutional Change
  • Matteson, Teri. Commuters Lament Missing Campus Activities
  • Gregory, Jim. Students May Register to Vote at Courthouse
  • Today is Deadline for Adding Bi-Terms
  • Threats Defeat Student Interest
  • Butchko, John. Criticizes Associated Student Government Coverage
  • Wurster, Robert. Annoyed by Cameras
  • Adamchak, Donald. Food Stamp Reply
  • Omega Psi Phi. the Muscular Dystrophy Charity Walk
  • Harris ...


Oral History Interview: James A. Harmon, James A. Harmon Feb 1975

Oral History Interview: James A. Harmon, James A. Harmon

Oral Histories

James A. Harmon was born in 1890 on his grandfather’s farm outside of Red House, WV. Mr. Harmon reminiscences about his childhood growing up on a 350-acre farm. He earned a sixth grade education at a two-room schoolhouse. When he was 14 years old, Mr. Harmon started his career on the river on the Steamer Calvert. During his interview, Mr. Harmon focuses on his varied jobs on many steamboats. Although he performed well in all of his duties, his greatest passion was engineering. He received his engineer’s license when he was 21 years old. In the audio clip ...


0123: William B. Blanchard Jr. Typescript, 1976, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 1975

0123: William B. Blanchard Jr. Typescript, 1976, Marshall University Special Collections

Guides to Manuscript Collections

`West Virginia abortion law: is it in jeopardy?’ research paper written for political science class at Marshall University.


Descent Into History: Chicago, Ideologies And Repression 1917-1918, Richard Allen Morton Jan 1975

Descent Into History: Chicago, Ideologies And Repression 1917-1918, Richard Allen Morton

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.