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Issue mis-numbered Vol. 32, No. 11.


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:

  • Thornberry, Ronald. Western Plays Host to State Music Festival Today
  • Voice Makes First Public Appearance
  • High School Senior Day Slated for Next Friday
  • Western Students Go to Europe This Summer
  • Choir Presents Concert Sunday
  • Coed Wins Grand National – Elizabeth McWhorter
  • Jean Reid-Smith Speaks at Art Club Banquet
  • Over 600 Attend Kentucky Education Banquet
  • Harold Bradley Speaks at History Club Banquet
  • A Time for Us to Display Hospitality
  • College Heights Herald Congratulates
  • Spradlyn, Betty. College Heights Herald Preview of Western Player’s Medea
  • Kelly Thompson Moves to President’s Home
  • Brass Sextet Heard on Tour
  • Lloyd Young Heads Scabbard & Blade
  • Senior Banquet Slated for May 3 at Helm Hotel
  • Ed Hanes Named Principal at Howe Valley
  • Faculty Wives Club Meet April 11
  • Annual Concerto Slated fro May 6
  • Paul Martin Heads Pershing Rifles
  • Six AFROTC Cadets Fly to West Coast During Kentucky Education Association Vacation
  • Sibyl Stonecipher Speaks at Western Players’ Meeting
  • College High Seniors Plan Trip to Chicago
  • Mermen Quartette Wins at Varsity Varieties
  • Cardinal Baseball Team Wins Five Games for Undefeated Season
  • Rod Bagby Gets Flying Start with Homer
  • Bell, Don. Jane Winchester & Jack Sagabiel Reign Over Talisman Ball
  • Hightower, Mobley Attend National Arnold Air Society Con-Clave
  • Joanne Paine Receives M.A. from Vanderbilt University
  • All Members of Western AFROTC Unit Receive Korean Service Medal
  • Alan Flanigan Wins NROTC Scholarship


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