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

  • Al Stilley on Sports
  • Athletics
  • Cartoon
  • Fraternities & Sororities
  • Hilltopics
  • Intramural Corner
  • On the Air
  • Pressbox Notebook

This issue contains articles:

  • President Kelly Thompson Reveals Master Plan
  • Regents Name Buildings – Taylor Agriculture Pavilion, Helm Library
  • T.V. Program Set for 2 P.M. Sunday – Western 1964
  • Debate Team Wins Trophies at Meet
  • Philosophy Minor Will Be Offered
  • $40,000 Smile – Jim Burt
  • Modern Vending Machines Now in Full-Line Service
  • Barr Pianists Featured in Concert Series – Howard Barr, Patricia Barr
  • Cinderella Set for Alley Playhouse
  • Classes to Nominate Favorites Tomorrow
  • Faculty Swim Hours Revised by Ted Hornback
  • Federal Service Entrance Exams Set February 20
  • Grants Available for Government Service Positions
  • State Police Director Speaks at Freshman Assembly – James Bassett
  • A College Newspaper … What Is Its Function?
  • Porter, Tod. Revision Assembly Must Revise 1892 Constitution
  • Wright, Martha. Books Are Magic Carpet to Enhancing Lands
  • Nelson, Fran. Slams, Satire Abound—‘Spotlights on the Hill’
  • Jackson, Carlton. For Thinking Men-Future of Mankind
  • Sigma Kappa Gets Charter
  • Haynes, Brenda. Duties as Dean of Women Varied, But Interesting – Mary Burt
  • Man and Music Topic of Talk – Thomas Stone
  • Library and Pavilion Named for Miss Margie Helm, Charles Taylor
  • Marksmen Drop Second Duel to Murray Rifles
  • Stilley, Al. Western, Eastern Renew Feud Saturday
  • Gutty Hillmen Edge Murray
  • Hundley, Doug. On the Air – Sally Nosecone
  • Hilltoppers Fall to Thoroughbreds
  • Frosh Vie Monday
  • Topper Defense Best in OVC
  • Sharp, Wilma. Intramural Corner
  • Communism Is an Ugly Reality, Lecturer Tells Rodes-Helm Audience – Fern Stukenbroeker
  • Counseling Sessions Set January 20 for Freshmen, Transfers


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