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WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Regular features include:

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class News
  • Club News
  • Personals
  • Society

This issue contains articles:

  • Senior Day Attracts 4,000 Visitors
  • Rehearsals of Spring Play Are Well under Way – To the Ladies
  • Faculty Members, Students Judge Academic Meet
  • Charlie Kramer Killed in Plane Crash Monday
  • Debaters End Season with State Tour
  • All Sections Are Represented Here in Student-Body
  • Festival Mass by Franz Strahm to Be on Air April 8
  • Building Bonds Sell above Par – Cherry Hall
  • Staff Members Leave to Attend Press Meeting
  • Miss Sibyl Stonecipher to Attend Meeting
  • Former Student Dies – Pauline Nickell
  • Junior High School Band Plays Here
  • Art Students Attend Meet
  • Talisman Will Sponsor Dance in Gym Tonight
  • Ogden Founders Day Scheduled
  • Charles E. Kramer
  • Welcome, Seniors
  • Spring Enrollment Pleases Registrar
  • Welch, John. Jimmie Ritter Goes to Alaska in Search of Gold
  • High Schools Competed Here Last Saturday
  • Western’s Band Has 96 Members
  • Arts and Science Course Provided for Those Not Planning to Teach
  • Plans Made for Robinson, Ogden Contests Soon
  • Library Receives Dissertation – C.H. Jaggers
  • Western Library Is One of Largest in the State; Kentucky Collection Has 10,000 Books by State Authors
  • Country Life Club Presents Program
  • Mother’s Day Celebration Set for May 8
  • Twenty-Six Student Organizations on Hill
  • “W” Club Will Hold Meet during Kentucky Education Association
  • Hilltoppers Lose to Arkansas University in Olympic Tryouts
  • Cardinals Bow to Henderson in State Tourney
  • Summer Term to Open June 8
  • Tennis Courts Open This Week
  • Western ROTC Is Senior Unit
  • Pictures for Talisman Will Be Taken April 6-7
  • Baseball Squad Is in Training


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