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

Regular features include:

  • Looking Backward
  • Hilltopics
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Alumni News
  • Library Notes
  • Faculty Notes
  • Musical Notes
  • Weddings & Engagements
  • Religious News

Articles in this issue:

  • Work on Two New Dormitories to Begin Next Week – East Hall, North Hall
  • Paul Terrell Speaks at Forty-First Teachers Meet
  • Western Wins First in Debate Tournament
  • W.C. Lawton Will Receive Ph.D.
  • Twenty-Nine Chosen for Who’s Who
  • H.B. Gray Named Alumni President
  • School Christmas Party Given December 15
  • Why Do We Celebrate Christmas
  • Spradlyn, Betty. Jim Wilson, a Man of Many Talents
  • Bill Short Elected Debating Team Captain
  • Shirley Smith Has Unusual Position
  • Scabbard & Blade Holds Christmas Party for Girls Club
  • Taylor, Nona. Homecoming Termed Most Successful
  • W Club in Full Swing
  • English Club Holds Christmas Party
  • Jean Keith Speaks at American Historical
  • Fellowship & Scholarships Offered
  • Lighting of Tower Wreath Called Memorable Event – Cherry Hall
  • W.R. Patterson Named to Regents
  • L.T. Smith Honred at Homecoming Luncheon
  • Western Ranks Second in Debate Tournament
  • Pershing Rifles Holds Formal Initiation
  • WHAS TV Shows Feature on Kelly Thompson
  • Four Have Work Accepted in Poetry Anthology
  • Herman Lowe Shows Slides at Art Club Meeting
  • Jane Lovell Crowned Military Ball Queen
  • Intercollegiate Debate Team Travels to David Lipscomb College
  • Annual Wreath Lighting Slated December 14
  • College High Students Attend All State Chorus
  • Three Toppers Make All-OVC Team Selected by Poll of Conference Coaches – Vernon Wilson, Bill Strawn, Twyman Patterson
  • Army ROTC Basketball
  • Annual Concert Presented December 11
  • Education Council Holds Tea
  • Debate Club Meets November 28
  • College High Undefeated
  • Forrest Able Named


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