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WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. This issue is mis-numbered as #28. Regular features include:

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

Articles in this issue:

  • Hilltoppers to Meet TPI in OVC Tournament Tonight
  • Geography Club Reorganized
  • Hawkins, Edith. Final Concert of Season to Feature Nan Merriman
  • Talisman Ball May be May 12
  • Pasdena Art on Display
  • William Spudnardi Injured in Auto Accident
  • Band to Feature “Symphony in B”
  • Philharmonic to Give Concert Next Month
  • Six to Try for Robinson Medal
  • Stone, Vernon. Should Teacher’s Loyalty Oaths be Required? Faculty Offer Opinions
  • A Team to Remember – editorial
  • Washington’s Birthday
  • Registrar’s Office LIsts 402 on Semester Honor Roll
  • Johanna Maples Wins Contest
  • Former Student Edits Army Paper – Paul Vance
  • UNESCO Shows Interest in Coming Production of “The Petrified Forest”
  • Students Heard on WLBJ, WKCT
  • Western Students Cast in “Light Up in the Sky”
  • Students Attend Ball Given by Eastern ROTC
  • Gene Napper Elected Potter Mayor
  • Librarians Meet for Staff Discussion
  • Four ROTC Students Earn Promotions
  • Mr. & Mrs. L.T. Hardin Are at Fern Creek
  • Roger Ganem Manages Investors Syndicate
  • Smith, Katheryn. Students Define Ideal Professor in Many Ways
  • String Quartet Gives Recital This Week
  • College High Students to Give Play
  • Dr. Hugh Gunderson Named Chairman
  • 12 Students Play in Monthly Recital
  • Cedar House Story
  • Western Blood Donors Listed
  • President, Dean Attending Meet
  • Western Gym Named as Tournament Site
  • Hilltoppers Set 16 Records During Regular Season Play
  • Shaver, Pat. Sports Alley
  • Former Toppers Now Succeed as Professionals
  • Rifle Team Nips Ft. Knox.
  • Harpist Gives Chapel Concert – Christine Carr
  • Dr. Alfred Crabb Heard on WSM Broadcast
  • Miss Justine Lynn Leaves to Study at Columbia
  • Pershing Rifles is Reorganized
  • Burd, Bill. Fullbright Scholar Tells of English Situation
  • Folklorist Will Address Chapel – Seth Thompson
  • Adon Foster Judges Symphony Auditions
  • Fifth Graders Write and Produce Pageant
  • Major Claude McRaven Plans Summer Camp Duty
  • 34 Girls Enroll for Rifle Team
  • Demons Defeat Wildcats in Intramural Basketball Game
  • Dr. Earl Moore Speaks at Civic Programs


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