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

  • Book Marks
  • Hilltopics
  • Society Page
  • Faculty Notes
  • Club News
  • Sports
  • Birds I View
  • Looking Backward
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Alumni Flashes
  • Personals

Articles in this issue:

  • Student Union Building Plans Being Made – Garrett Hall
  • 64 Complete Requirements for Degrees
  • Western Downs Falcons, 103-87
  • 1,763 Students Enroll at Western for Second Semester
  • History Prof. to Lecture – John Oliver
  • Youth Revival is Next Week
  • Shore, Kenneth. Ed & Pearl Rutledge are Potter Hall Directors
  • Grand Opera Production of “The Barber of Seville” Set for This Evening
  • Gen. Willis Hale Says AROTC Unit to be Permanent
  • Stone, Vernon. NAM Stresses Education – editorial
  • Colonel Commends Local ROTC Unit
  • Ray Anthony to Give Concert
  • DuPont Financer Visits Alma Mater
  • Robert Spiller & Armand King are Presented ROTC Awards
  • Johanna Harris Packs Ryman Auditorium
  • Skid Victims Recoving – Carroll & Clarice Upton
  • Harpist to Give Chapel Concert – Christine Carr
  • Art Gallery Presents Student Exhibit
  • Shore, Kenneth. President of Freshman Class is George Beard
  • Alumnus Heads Winthrop Dept. – Harold Gilbreth
  • Certificate Given for Penmanship
  • WAC Commissions Open to Graduates
  • Western Players to Cooperate with UNESCO in Producing “The Petrified Forest”
  • Miss Sara Tyler Commended as Committee Leader
  • Ann McKeef Wins Citizenship Award
  • Student’s Mother Taken by Death – Lucy Nunn
  • Night Classes for Vets Planned
  • R.D. Chenoweth Leads “Pop” Concert
  • John Fuqua Assigned to Western ROTC
  • Teachers Say Money Needed
  • Music Group Plays for Franklin Club
  • Vance, Kenneth. Eastern Win is 500th for Coach Diddle
  • Burd, Bill. 400 to See Service During Intramural Net Tournament
  • Former Grid Star Commands Blue Angels Navy Jet Air Group – John Magda
  • Shaver, Pat. Bob Lavoy Ineligible for Next Year
  • Saturday Classes Being Offered
  • Hawkins, Edith. Opera Star Mary Catron to Become Missionary
  • Bowling Green Becomes 2nd Class City
  • Sergeant Re-Enlists in Regular Army – Frederick Finley
  • Earl Moore Home is Broadcast Site
  • Jack Pitchford Awarded Commendation Ribbon
  • Debate Plans Include Coeds
  • Arts and Crafts Club Presents Chairs to College; George Matthews Sings
  • Yearbook Sponsored by Grad Wins Honors
  • Beatrice Burgess Tells of “Water Wedding”
  • Writer Explains European Trend – Marie Seton
  • Ledoyen, Earl & J.C. Bigbee. Veterans Village Plays Part in Students Lives
  • Plans Made for Speech Contest
  • College High Students Have Poems Accepted
  • Maurice Hale’s Mother is Taken by Death – Mrs. R.E. Hale


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