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

  • Hilltopics
  • Religious News
  • Looking Backward
  • Alumni News
  • Society – Weddings – Engagements
  • Round the Hill in Sports
  • Social Activities Calendar
  • Book Marks

Articles in this Issue:

  • Religious Emphasis Week Begins on Campus Today
  • Regents Approve Hiring of More Faculty Members
  • Georges Rouault Works on Display in Cherry Hall
  • Kentucky Academy of Science Elects Dr. Charles Whittle President
  • Extension Department Offers Wide Variety of Courses
  • Schedule Complete for Homecoming; Promises Big & Exciting Weekend
  • Accident Forces Changes in Winterset Cast – Western Players
  • Trade School Adds Joseph Cooke as Instructor – Western Area Vocational School
  • Campus Infested with Insects . . . Litterbugs
  • Browning, Sue. Library Adjusts Hours & Space for Students
  • Madison, Bernard. Unpack Those Bags
  • Students Can Win Prizes for Writing
  • William Loy & E.G. Monroe to Attend 25th Art Conference
  • The Potpourri Boils – Friday the 13th
  • Helm, Don. Review of Thunder on the Hill Reveals Experiment Was Success
  • Folksinger Sings for Chapel Assembly – Edna Ritchie
  • Smith, Kenneth. Westerners Participate in United Nations Day Activities
  • Kentucky Library Offers Bowling Green Interests
  • Seniors Should Visit Placement Service Soon
  • Phil Bertram to Enter Medical School at University of Tennessee
  • Librarians Attend Meet in Louisville
  • Freshman Tops State Fair Show – Shirll Howard
  • Church Group Honors Miss Margie Helm
  • Cherry Country Life Club Plans for Homecoming
  • State Publishes Booklet by Education Class
  • P.L. Sanderfur Visits Detroit
  • Visiting Future Teachers of America Members Hear Faust from National Education Association
  • Training School Reports Record in Observations
  • Faculty Members Attend Meeting of Kentucky Art Association
  • Congress Debate Club Meets
  • Practical Nursing School Enrolls Eighth Class
  • Western Debate Associates Plan Tournament
  • Biology Club Names Hugh Wilhite New President
  • Jerry Gibbs Accepted for Entry to Medical School
  • Dr. Virgil Benson Visits Campus
  • One Hundred Attend Meet – Muhlenberg County Alumni Association
  • Ann Leach Named 1961-62 President for Ohio County Club
  • Bob Eddleman Named Tri-County Club Head
  • Pardon, Allen. Speaking of Society?
  • Otis Wolfe Attends Kentucky Association of Physics Teachers Meeting
  • Chemistry Professors Attend National Chemistry Society Meeting
  • President Kelly Thompson Entertains Guests
  • Snack Bar Burglarized
  • Psychology Students Help Disturbed Child
  • Dr. William Jenkins Speaks to Smiths Grove Women
  • Freshman Class Elects Officers, Cheerleaders
  • Former Westerner is Employed in T.V. Instruction – George Fishback
  • Vocational School Expands Offering – Western Area Training School
  • Art Trip Includes Guided Tour of Tennessee Capitol
  • Arts & Crafts Club Plans for New Year
  • Kentucky Building Receives Post Card Collection
  • Industrial Arts Class Formulates Glendale School Plan
  • Adult Drawing Class Taught in Industrial Arts Department
  • Bill Wilson Bags Deer Spelled with Two E’s
  • Football, Basketball, Tennis, Bowling Action Begins in Intramurals Week
  • Toppers Fail to Break Jinx; Shutout by Cardinals – Basketball
  • Kentucky High School Athletic Association Clinic for Fifth Region Conducted Here
  • Toppers Travel to Richmond for Weekend Tilt
  • Training School Begins Practice in Basketball
  • College High Drops Purples
  • Gambling Toppers Lose Heartbreaker to Tennessee Tech
  • Pershing Rifles Help City Policemen Direct Traffic
  • Charles Shedd Opens New Lab for Psychology Students
  • John Minton to Speak at History Meet
  • Navy Officers Offer Information to Seniors
  • Bowling League Still Open for Team Entries
  • Physics Students Hear Dr. Charles Whittle
  • Intramural Rifle Matches Begin
  • History Fraternity Names Officers – Phi Alpha Theta
  • Future Farmers of America Members Awarded American Farmer Degrees
  • Spanish Club Presents Program on Columbus Day
  • Adult Class Being Taught – Engineering Drawing
  • College High 4-H Elects Officers


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