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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:

  • Board of Regents Set Next Meeting for October 17
  • Potter Hall’s Facelifting Complete
  • Don Bell & Byron Watkins Head 1955-56 Herald Staff
  • Third District Education Association Meets October 14
  • Western Enrollment Largest Since Thirties
  • Senior Pictures for Talisman Slated October 13
  • Open House at Potter Hall Next Monday
  • New Dorm Bids Slated for Opening October 13 – East Hall, North Hall
  • Dr. Gordon Wilson Reviews Peace at Bowling Green
  • Parking is Problem
  • College Heights Herald Praises
  • Let the W Shine
  • Open House for Dr. A.L. Crabb Slated Oct.12
  • Ivan Wilson Has New Exhibition
  • Mary Grise Attends Girls Nation
  • Cherry Hall Mortgages Burned
  • AFROTC Initiates Flight Orientation
  • Western Players Present the Male Animal
  • Russell Miller Completes a Year’s Graduate Work
  • Congress Debate Club Elects New Members
  • Kelly Thompson & Lee Jones Attend Kentucky White House Conference
  • Two Added to Music Faculty
  • Numerous Improvements Give Campus New Look
  • James Coles Named Dorm Director – Potter Hall
  • History Club Meets October 13
  • William Summerhill is New Cadet Leader
  • Jim Richards Laments
  • Eddie Diddle Jr. Named Coach at College High
  • Five Cheerleaders Elected
  • Revamped Intramural Sports Program Starts Soon
  • Mary Grise Heads College Hi-Lights Staff
  • Geography Club Has First Meeting October 13
  • Don Campbell Named to Board of Regents
  • Bill Buren is Chesterfield Representative
  • G.G. Craig Urges Penmanship Taught in Grades
  • Marines Will Visit Campus October 13


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