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

  • Al Stilley on Sports
  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Cartoon
  • Fraternity & Sororities
  • Hilltopics
  • Intramural Corner
  • On Campus
  • Tops in the Social Whirl

This issue contains articles:

  • Kentucky Education Association Get-Together Breakfast Set April 9
  • Estudiantes A Estudiar En Mexico
  • Organization of Student Government Discussed at Congress Debate Forum
  • Cincinnati Symphony to Perform Tonight
  • Federal Inspection for ROTC Slated Friday by Colonel J.P. Alcorn
  • Famous Chicago Institute Visited by Art Buffs – Chicago Art Institute
  • Sampson, Bobby. ‘Desire to Talk’ Leads to Debate Championships – Ken Duncan
  • Local Resident Donates Music to Kentucky Building – Mrs. Ras Jones
  • Western Grad Visits, Speaks to Industrial Arts Students – George Traylor
  • Dr. Raymond Bard Addresses Research Dinner
  • Faculty Researchers Awarded Fund Grants
  • Leon Czikowsky Receives National Science Foundation Grant
  • Kappa Delta Installed; Pledges Occupy Greeks
  • Survey Shows Pledging Does Not Hurt Grades
  • 316 Years of Service – Faculty Retirements
  • Dormitory Residents Suggest Improvements
  • McGloin, Susan. Resemblance Is Noted in Campus Activities
  • Rebelettes Cop Fourth in First Competition
  • German Fraternity to Announce Pledges
  • Club Will Discuss German Schools
  • Honors Program to Elect New Officers
  • Spanish to Celebrate Pan-American Day
  • Honors Members to Go to Symposium
  • Art Club Hears Speakers, Views Film
  • Student Wives Club Schedules Dinner
  • City-Wide Services Set for Good Friday
  • Circle K International Wins Freedom Award
  • Alley Production Ends Tomorrow – Don Juan in Hell
  • Geographers’ Kentucky Education Association Speaker Announced – Paul Terrell
  • Industrial Arts Department to Offer Course for Teachers
  • Rev. Walter McGee Arranges Easter Morn Breakfast
  • Campus Scientists in Constant Query . . .
  • Episcopal Services Set for Easter Season
  • Mistakes in Dorm Executives’ Listing Corrected
  • West, David. People, Variety Featured in Secretary’s Position – Kathryn Williams
  • Guard Association Names Pershing Rifles Director as Vice President – Robert Cochran
  • Modern Drawings Are Featured in Cherry Hall
  • Nifty Netters Begin Season Saturday
  • It’s Cornhuskers vs. Mad Bombers - Bowling
  • Florida Invitational Next for Linksmen - Golf
  • Herron, Bill. Gene Rhodes’ Baseball Team to Visit Tennessee Tech
  • Hedrick, Susan. Henry Wadsworth Vaults, Jumps to Records
  • Spring Drills Set to Begin April 12
  • Topper Thinlies Vie in Kentucky Federation
  • Miss Mary McComb Nominated for National Award


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