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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Club Notes
  • Humor
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Sports Shorts

This issue contains articles:

  • Plans for New Music Building Await Approval
  • Norris Vincent Says Contest ‘Best’
  • Music Department Presents Chapel Program Recently
  • William Terry Honored with Top Post of State Group – Gander Terry
  • Bowling Green Player’s Guild Here Presents ‘Pizen Song’
  • Western Pre-Med. Students to Enter Medical Schools
  • Annual Junior-Senior Prom Well Attended Here
  • Henry Cherry, Party Visit at Hot Springs, Ark.
  • Winifred Wallace Kentucky Education Association Secretary
  • Glee Club in Season’s Last Concert Tour
  • Commencement Plans Arranged
  • Commencement Speeches Made by Local Professors
  • Schoolmasters Held Meeting
  • Dr. Bert Smith in after Dinner Talk
  • English Club Has Fete at the Helm Recently
  • Merryl Runner Is Organized to Ministry Here
  • Ronald Wright, Eddie Nelson Are Given Scholarships
  • Semplia Holds Annual Spring Fete at Helm
  • W. L. Matthews Delegate to Convention
  • Herald Rates 2 “Firsts” in Kentucky Intercollegiate Press Association Contest
  • Dinner Dance Due Tonight
  • Louisville Band Gave Program Here
  • Open Letter to Max Reed
  • Glee Club
  • James Glasgow Made Superintendent Assistant
  • Many Youths Get Positions under National Youth Administration
  • Gordon Wilson Delivers Address Scottsville School
  • Iva Scott Club Picnic
  • Wilson, Gordon. Tidbits of Kentucky Folkore – Subscription Schools, Singing Schools
  • Pershing Rifle Unit Back Home
  • Date for ROTC Inspection Set
  • Education Council Fete
  • ROTC Field Day, May 21
  • Classical Club Banquet
  • Geneva Baldwin to Go to Mountain Laurel Festival
  • L.Y. Lancaster Elected President Kentucky Academy of Science
  • Kitchen Workers Picnic
  • Congress Club Laying Plans for Mock Trial
  • Tennisters Win Another Match from Eastern


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