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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:

  • Twenty-Sixth Annual Homecoming Festivities Begin Today
  • Dr. J.L. Harmon Talks at Founders Day November 16
  • Pattye Thompson, Ligon Holloman and Emmalene Jones Contest for Crown
  • Clyde Vincent Elected Northern Kentucky Alumni President
  • Music Clinic Planned Dec. 1-2
  • President Kelly Thompson Honored at Dinner
  • Our Obligation to Western Alumni
  • Debate Squad Begins Action
  • Raymond Ward Has Valuable Document
  • College High Debaters Give Program at Congress Debate Club
  • Jerome Stewart Wins Speech Contest
  • John Rodes Speaks to History Club
  • Beta Club Elects New Members
  • Taylor, Nona. The College Clinic is a Busy Place at All Times
  • Faculty Works on In Service Training Unit
  • Danforth Grants Available Now
  • Herman Lowes Tour Near-East
  • Paul Terrill Leads Discussion at Geography Meeting
  • L.T. Smith Attends Industrial Arts Conference
  • Geography Club Meets November 10
  • Fred Pfisterer Speaks at Vespers
  • Toppers Form Bosy Club
  • Don Campbell is Associated Industries President
  • Dormitory Construction Begins Soon – East Hall, North Hall
  • Speech & Drama Clinic Was Held November 14
  • English Club Meets October 3
  • Baptist Student Union Sponsors Student Night
  • George Sibbald Stationed in Maryland
  • Army ROTC Cadets Attend Pershing Rifles Assembly
  • Military Ball Slated December 2
  • Herman Lowe’s Exhibition Show in Art Gallery
  • Elizabeth Stickles Featured in Newspaper
  • College Heights Herald Holds Breakfast in the Morning at 8 A.M.
  • Air Force ROTC Adds 5 to Staff
  • Western Players Hold Breakfast
  • Accident Takes Two Lives
  • Mae Swinney Appointed Missionary to Hawaii
  • Wilson, Jim. Shirley Guthrie Prefers Continental Culture
  • Iva Scott Club Holds First Meting
  • Disciple Student Fellowship Members Attend Fall Planning Meeting
  • Thomas, Bill. Writers Club Holds First Meeting
  • Forty-Five Attend Baptist Student Union Convention
  • Lotta Day Meets With State Fair Board
  • James Higgenbotham is Promoted
  • Lyon, John. Three Hilltoppers Play Last College Grid Game
  • Band Day Observed November 12
  • Jack Clayton Given Clean Bill of Health
  • Army ROTC Starts Basketball Season
  • Damon Day Dies November 6
  • Edgar McGranhan Assigned to Language School
  • Pom Pom Corps is Hill’s Newest Addition
  • Fuqua, Sandra. Male Animal Termed as Smash Hit – Western Players
  • Male Animal Given in Franklin Tonight
  • Ivan Wilson Has Exhibition in Kentucky Building
  • Rifle Team Begins Practice
  • Judy Koch Works in TV Journalism


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