Publication Date



Issue misnumbered as No. 5.


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

  • Alumni Flashes
  • Athletics
  • Campus Chips of the Cadet Corps
  • Club - Notes
  • Engagements – Weddings
  • Faculty Notes
  • Hilltopics
  • Looking Backward
  • Music Morsels
  • Society – Personals
  • Spikes, Cleats and Sneakers

This issue contains articles:

  • President Paul Garrett Advises Students on Crisis – World War II
  • Handel’s ‘Messiah’ to Be Presented Here Sunday
  • Chapel Features Talks Lectures
  • Talks on National Emergency Given
  • Hilltopper Rifle Team Schedule Is Announced
  • Steger, Sam. College Heights Herald Ties for First Place as State’s Best College Paper
  • Burns, John. Letter from Judge of Kentucky Intercollegiate Press Association Contest
  • Western Will Be Host to Music Clinic Jan. 10-11
  • Committees for Senior Class Are Appointed
  • Large Crowd Hears Humorist – Dusty Miller
  • ROTC Rifle Range Is Improved
  • A Regrettable Mistake
  • College Life at Its Best
  • The Current Basketball Season
  • Deke Moffit Will Play for Ninth Annual Military Ball Here Tonight
  • Stages of Book Production Are Shown by Exhibit
  • Pre-Med Test Given
  • Alonzo Alexander in Army Air Corps
  • A Cappella to Make 1941-42 Debut Dec. 17
  • Voice Students Present Recital on December 2
  • W.M. Ritter Named Director
  • Raymond Hornback Changes Positions But Will Continue “Alumni Flashes”
  • Western’s Sixty-Piece Band Will Give Concert January 11
  • R.W. Hamilton Publishes Article in Periodical
  • Reynold Weidner Offers Etchings to Student Body
  • Western Trains Many Army Officers
  • Christmas Spirit Is Emphasized by Many Campus Organizations
  • Baptists Give Party – Baptist Student Union
  • Students Attend Tally
  • King Nutcracker Presented by Bowling Green Music Club
  • Christmas Carols Sung at Frosh Class Meeting
  • Receptive Group Hears Concert
  • R.L. Cooper Enlists in Navy
  • Exams Announced
  • Student Gives Program – Daisy Stirn
  • Gish, Nell. Two Old Music Boxes Given to the Kentucky Museum Collection
  • Robert Cundiff in Montana
  • Harry Bowling, Jimmy Salato, Howard Downing Picked on KIAC Teams
  • John Mullins is Promoted
  • L.T. Smith to Attend SIAA Meet
  • Transfer Cage Star May Surprise Fans – Ray Blevins
  • Eastern Again Awarded KIAC
  • Two Timely Addresses Were Delivered by Charles Morgan
  • Harold Hunter Enlists in Marine Corps
  • Outcasts Players Lead Intramurals
  • Sophomores Levy Class Exercises


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