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

  • Alumni Flashes
  • Athletics
  • Club - Notes
  • Engagements – Weddings
  • Faculty Notes
  • Hilltopics
  • Looking Backward
  • Society – Personals
  • Sports Spotlight

This issue contains articles:

  • College Heights Herald Selected as Best College Paper in State
  • William Terry Gives 27 Varsity Letters
  • Lane, Chester. Largest Audience in History Attends Christmas Oratorio
  • Louisville Alumni Banquet Tonight
  • Need Seen for Student Chapels
  • Backer, Don. Diddlemen Face First Crucial Test Tonight
  • Attention – 31-W Open
  • Debating Is to Return to Hill
  • Sunday Musicals Are Not Planned
  • Dougherty, Russ. Kentucky Intercollegiate Press Association Meeting Resulted in Some Interesting Occurrences
  • Military Ball Is Capped by Crowning of Queen
  • Application for Airport Approved – Works Progress Administration, Civil Aeronautics Authority
  • We Hope the Seniors Will Reconsider
  • Motion Affecting Students Passed – Parking
  • Thompson, Kelly. An Expression of Appreciation
  • Santa Claus on Hill Last Night
  • Steger, Sam. Prevaricators to Convene on Hill during January – Congress Debating Club
  • Mr. James R. Newman Gets Doctor’s Degree
  • $40,000 National Youth Administration Workshop Plans Are Delayed
  • Western Boxers Draw With Paducah in Independent Go
  • Athletic Banquet Set for Spring
  • Hoyt Canary Receives Indianapolis Pastorate
  • Registrar Canon Makes Job Survey
  • Searcy, John. Presenting Your Class Presidents – Marion Vance aka Skeeter
  • Barlow, Roy. Student Symposium – Student Participation in Chapel
  • Movie Shown in Fine Arts Department
  • College Heights Herald Installs Modern Mailing System


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