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Issue mis-numbered Vol. 32, No. 12


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:

  • Western Commencement Exercises Scheduled May 31
  • Spradlyn, Betty. Herald Reporter Reviews ’56 Graduation Activities
  • George Grise’s New Book Just Released
  • Awards Day Slated for Wednesday
  • Alumni Luncheon Slated May 31
  • Western Will Stay on Central Standard Time
  • Navy Procurement Officers Visit Campus
  • Five Western Coeds Injured in Auto Wreck
  • 3000 Attend Senior Day at Western
  • A Memorable Day Pleasantly Revived – High School Senior Day
  • A Fitting Climax to a Memorable Career
  • Wilson, Gordon. Former Student Tells Adventures with Car
  • Spradlyn, Betty. Elizabeth McWhorter & Jay Embry Give Final Performances – Western Players
  • Reid-Smith, Jean. Prizes Awarded at Banquet
  • Woodrow Wilson Discussed at History Club
  • Wilbur Block Receives Research Grant
  • Rifle Team Places Fourth in State Match
  • Arndt Stickles Speaks at Cherry Life Banquet
  • College Heights Herald Uses New Type Head Lines
  • ROTC Awards Presented in Ceremony Senior Day
  • Ivan Wilson Holds Exhibition
  • Geography Club Holds Field Trip at Mammoth Cave
  • Physical Education Club Holds Picnic
  • 115 Attend Senior Banquet
  • Dr. Mary Cole Attends Reading Meeting
  • Juniors Hold Picnic May 3 at Beech Bend
  • George Grise Speaks for Commencement at College High
  • Dan Browning Leads Moundsmen
  • Wayne Smith Hurls Three Hit Victory
  • Western’s Don Wood Cops Golf Tourney
  • E.A. Diddle Pilots All-Stars
  • Bill Strawn Breaks Own Mark 2’2
  • Ben Reeves Speaks at English Banquet
  • Harvey Smith Speaks on Justice System
  • Professor Turns Radio Weather Man – Willard Cockrill


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