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

  • Birds I View
  • Looking Backward
  • Hilltopics
  • Mind Your Manners
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Alumni News
  • Book Marks
  • Society Page
  • Faculty Notes
  • Training School Notes
  • Club News
  • Campus Crossfire – cartoon
  • Looking Around

Articles in this issue:

  • Tucker, Aubrey. Western Plays Murray Tomorrow
  • Requirements for Degrees Completed by 51 Seniors
  • Wednesday Night Set for Robinson Contest Finals
  • Murray Debate Was Last Night
  • Cast Chosen for Next Play to be April 5 – Western Players
  • Miss Octavia McLean Taken by Death in Lexington, Mississippi
  • “No Flowers” is Rule for Meadowlark Ball
  • Jerry Parker Represents Kentucky in New York
  • Freshman Class Elects Thomas Marshall & Bobby Bilyeu
  • Music Department Chapel
  • Brotherhood Week – editorial
  • Woodcock, George. Co-Eds Say Men Could Improve Date Practices
  • Berry, Margie. Enthusiasm Marks Sophomore President Jim Olliges
  • Display Features Water Colors by Former Student – Sidney Kittinger
  • Saunders, Carl. Through All The Days
  • Winners Announced in Photography Contest
  • Sgt. James Dobson Dies at Aberdeen, Maryland
  • Hogan, Annelle. Western Senior Taught in Hawaii – LaVerne Van Cleave
  • Staff to Produce 1952 Talisman in Announced
  • O.W. Warmingham Speaks Before Local Groups
  • Want a Job?
  • Smith, Katheryn. Virginia Davis Relates Experiences in Journalism
  • Scientists Make Most in Private Industry
  • Mac Morgan is Well Received
  • Dr. Mary Cole Attends Meeting in Detroit
  • Slate Melodrama Here for March 6
  • Travelogue Shown in Chapel by William Clay
  • Dr. John Blackburn Taken by Death
  • Commissions in Marines Offered
  • Several Athletes Enrolled in ROTC Adolph Rupp to Speak at Topper Dinner
  • Promotions for Air Force ROTC are Announced
  • Honor Roll Lists 375 for Last Semester


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