The College Heights Herald from Bowling Green, Kentucky (2024)

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2 Hprald 3 3413 or the record Arrests Jeffrey Donald McCall 424 Barnes Campbell Hall was ar rested Wednesday on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol He was lodged in Warren County Jail and is scheduled to ap pear in court March 22 Donna Yvette White 213 Poland Hall was arrested Tuesday on a charge of second degree forgery She is Scheduled to appear in court March 22 Reports Cathy Deann Elmore Alvaton reported Tuesday that her purse and its contents valued at $73 had been stolen from a room in Cherry Hall David Allen Holland Ashmoor Drive reported Tuesday that his stereo had been stolen from his car parked in Potter Hall lot The stereo and damage were estimated at $160 Sarah Dawn Swiss Potter Hall reported Tuesday that her Spanish book valued at $18 had been stolen from Potter Hall or the recreation room in Bemis Lawrence Hall Mitchell Clayton Barrett North Hall reported Monday that four hubcaps valued at $20 had been stolen from his car parked in University Boulevard lot Constance rances Banks Pot ter Hall reported Saturday that $20 had been stolen from her room The money was returned the next day in an envelope taped to her door Linda Susan Day Gilbert Hall reported Saturday that $29 had been stolen from her room Tony Lee Johnson Pearce ord Tower reported riday that $18 and a watch valued at $30 had been stolen from his locker in Diddle Arena Sherry Louise Sage McCormack Hall reported riday that $7 had been stolen from her room Andrea Adele Wilson McCor mack Hall reported riday that $5 had been stolen from her room Lorie Ann Proffitt Gilbert Hall reported Thursday that $7 had been stolen from her room Anne Denise Carpenter McCor mack Hall reported Wednesday that someone had Struck her in the face and grabbed her purse while she was on the second floor of the parking structure Her wallet which contained $35 identification and five credit cards was stolen Campus police found the wallet Thursday in a trash can on the se cond floor of the structure The money was missing Douglas Hail Lanz Barnes Campbell Hall reported Wednes day that four hubcaps and a chrome rim valued at $110 had been stolen while his car was park ed in the University Boulevard lot William Jackson Lile Hopkinsville reported Wednesday that $90 had been stolen from his locker in Diddle Arena Anti nuclear revolt urged continued from ront Page final nuclear confrontation will happen unless we fundamen tally change the path we are he said and mentioned several conceivable routes to holocaust of which the world should be par ticularly wary The first would be escalation of any possible conflict in Europe in which one of the nuclear powers including Britain and rance might try use of nuclear is inconceivable to me how such a use would be kept Molander said Other routes could be escalation of Third World conflict false alarms in which one superpower mistakenly thinks it is under nuclear attack and the accidental launch of a missile by either side Molander urged direct action to counter the threat of nuclear war by using the 1984 elections to make opposition to current policies known 37 years democracy has not been at work in this country as the fate of the world has been in the hands of a certain few who control these weapons the few I call the Molander said and only a new revolution in which the populace demands a change in policy and better rela tionships with our foes can win the buy smart at Pte Way shoe mart 1506 LAUREL AVE IN BOWLING GREEN Good road trips begin here! Check our lorida specials 2300 Scottsville Road Bowling Green KY 42101 782 2700 Pic 1 SH0E MARTS 1 4 Our reg 1999 basketball shoes in white with red trim Ji sizes 612 12 ks I NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS New drivers have auto motives Continued from ront Page when they start his class he begins in Lampkin Park and then takes them to Spring Hill subdivision off Russellville Road foreign students have more trouble because they unders tand the rules of the Brown ing said they come to an in tersection they want to stop even though not a stop or Mrs Crabtree talking and joking with Browning helps relieve tension she said she had taken the test before but always got too Browning had any scary moments or near misses while teaching but get excited and hit the gas when they should he said Browning said he fault the program in any way gives us invaluable experience that helps to prepare for becoming teachers and it gives the students someone to teach them that they ordinarily have I also like meeting people and getting to know But the program has done more than help Browning prepare to teach also made me a better he said learn something new every Committee advises extending drop date Academic Academic Requirements and Regulations Committee voted Tuesday after noon to extend the period for withdrawing from a class with a grade of WP or The recommendation will go to the full council later this month said Diane Rutledge committee chairwoman Dr Ronnie Sutton dean of scholastic development said the Board of Regents would also have to approve the proposal The committee voted to extend the period to seven to 12 weeks into the semester Ms Rutledge said The WP period is now from seven to eight weeks However Ms Rutledge said the committee voted to keep the period to withdraw from a course with a at one to six weeks After 12 weeks a student who withdraws would automatically receive a failing grade except in she said The action was recommended after Associated Student Govern ment passed a resolution asking Western to drop the WP and grades The committee also gave first reading to resolution recom mending that Western use an elevated grade scale Ms Rutledge said The committee discussed a definitive scale which involves plus and minus grades The ASG resolution recommends that only pluses be added to the current system Before reaching a decision however the committee needs a completed cost analysis of com puter programming and printing new literature such as catalogs Ms Rutledge said She said she know whether the definitive scale would be the one her committee will recom mend The grading scale also will be discussed by aculty Senate she said our faculty members have an nounced their candidacy for the faculty regent election scheduled for March 23 and 24 Dr Randall Capps professor of communication and theater Dr Joan Krenzin senate chairwoman and professor of sociology Mary Ellen Miller assistant professor of English Dr Earl Pearson associate professor of chemistry and Dr Harry Robe professor of psychology announced their can didacy Tuesday Pauline Jones chairwoman of Bylaws Amendments and Elections Committee said two ballots will be distributed one for an interim regent to fill Dr Bill unexpired term and one for a full three year term to begin in October All faculty members ranked assistant professor or above may vote our announce for faculty regent a from Nashvilh Paleface Contest Ladies Night £9 coyer HappyHour Drink Specials all nig 5 11 Erl Oth Street Midi lb 0 Agyv iflcg! 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