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

  • Al Stilley on Sports
  • Athletics
  • Cartoon
  • Fraternity & Sororities
  • Hilltopics
  • Intramural Corner
  • Pressbox Notebook
  • Tops in the Social Whirl

This issue contains articles:

  • Florida to Host Hill’s Debaters
  • Eight Attend Conferences in Chicago
  • Mexican College President Discusses Plans for Student Exchange Program – Ray Lindley
  • Dr. Forrest Pogue Due Tuesday – Rodes-Helm Lecture Series
  • ‘Bye Bye Birdie’ Cast Announced – Western Players
  • Welsh Choir to Present Next Concert
  • Air Force Team to Visit Campus Tomorrow, Friday
  • Collier, Joy. ‘Tops in the Social Whirl’
  • Western Offers Credit through Marine Program
  • Penmanship Department Adds New Instructor to Handle Enrollment – Robert Ashby
  • Today Set as Last Day for Entries
  • Kentucky Museum Adds Skeleton to Relic Display
  • Foreign Travel, Study May Become Reality
  • Nelson, Fran. Nation-Wide Survey Asks Is Cheating Increasing?
  • More Parking Possible?
  • Cinema Is Better Now
  • Club to Honor Patron Cardinal Newman
  • Rebelettes Perform at Warren County High
  • Religious Emphasis Begins February 19
  • Judo Club Holds Sparring Sessions
  • Alpha Phi Omega Smoker Is Tonight
  • Curriculum Director Scheduled to Speak at SNEA Meeting – A.J. Beeler
  • Cherry Country Club Elects New Officers
  • William Pulliam Head Arts and Crafts Club
  • Sigma Tau Delta to Hold First Meeting
  • Stilley, Al. John Oldham: ‘We Wanted It Badly’
  • Stilley, Al. Tops’ Duo in Home Final – Ralph Baker, Ray Rhorer
  • Toppers Host Austin Peay in Final Home Contest of Season Monday Night
  • Roberts, Ed. Thinlies Vie at Chattanooga
  • Article by Dr. Edward Pease Set for Publication


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