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Issue mis-numbered Vol. 31, No. 13


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:

  • Sagabiel, Jack. 190 Will Receive Degrees Friday
  • Seniors Present Memorial – Paul Garrett Portrait
  • Students, School Groups Honored on Awards Day
  • Luncheon Slated for 1 PM Friday – WKU 50th Anniversary
  • H.B. Gray, Part Time Western Instructor Dies
  • Dr. H.L. Stephens Speaks at Iva Scott Banquet
  • Let’s Go Swimming
  • A Graduation Question – editorial
  • A Great Loss to Western – H.B. Gray
  • Summer Theatre Workshop Offered for First Time
  • Gordon Wilson Jr. Receives Fellowship
  • Jim Maples Heads Congress Debate Club
  • L.Y. Lancaster, H.L. Stephens at Kentucky Academy of Science
  • L.R. Chandler Attends Restaurant Meeting
  • Penmanship Certificates Announced
  • Hard Work by Virginia Garrett Makes Hill More Beautiful
  • Basil Craddock Voted Most Security Minded
  • Memorial Room Designated – Garrett Hall
  • Iva Scott Club Sponsors Scholarship
  • Charles Patterson Selected Gottschalk Jr. High Principal
  • Debate Team Places Third
  • College Seniors – Our Most Wanted Men
  • Spradlyn, Betty. Herald Reporter Gives Look at Newly Remodeled President’s Home – Craig Alumni Center
  • Go West Young Man
  • Dr. Arndt Stickles Speaks at Cherry Life Banquet
  • Crouch, Don. Herald Reporter Reviews and Previews Western Expansion, Renovation Program
  • Margaret Pickens Fate Decided Today
  • Burch, Ken. Dormitories Progressing According to Schedule – East Hall, North Hall
  • Ewell Waddell Takes New Position
  • Coed Graduates from High School – Laska Lisman
  • Lt. Robert Pate Injured in Jump Accident in Georgia
  • Student’s Grandfather Killed May 12 – John Rider
  • G.G. Craig Announces Penmanship Meeting
  • Forty-Two ROTC Cadets Attend Summer Camp
  • Western Students Accepted in Medical, Dental Schools
  • Dan Wood Leads Toppers to Second Place – Golf
  • Col. Earl Calhoun on Inspection Tour
  • Awards Given at Final Meeting – Writers Club
  • Western Players See Hasty Heart
  • Frances Anderson Attends Mississippi Valley Historical Association
  • Elizabeth McWhorter, Richard Smith Receive Rish Award at Banquet – Western Players
  • Biology Club Sees Surgery Film
  • Jane Lovell Holds Hill’s Top Rank – Pershing Rifles
  • Adult Education Social Service Meeting Topic
  • C.H. Jaggers Speaks
  • ROTC Cadets Visit Ft. Knox
  • Requiem Presented by Chorus & Orchestra
  • News Editor Receives Scholarship – Betty Spradlyn
  • College High Seniors Return from Trip
  • Western Complies with Councils Recommendation – Integration
  • College High Graduation Activities Begin Sunday


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