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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
  • Club Clippings
  • Fraternity & Sororities
  • Hilltopics
  • Intramural Corner
  • On Campus
  • Tops in the Social Whirl

This issue contains articles:

  • Annual Senior Day Tomorrow Expects Attendance of 3,000
  • $2.15 Million Bond Issue Sold to Refinance Buildings
  • Ewing, Valetta. ‘The Letter’ Now Playing as Final Major Production – Western Players
  • Western Names 2 Vice Presidents as Size Zooms – Raymond Cravens, Dero Downing
  • L. T. Smith’s July Retirement to Conclude 45 Years’ Service
  • Reynolds, Don. Agriculture Students Conducting Various Research Projects
  • Honor Students Tour Cultural Nashville
  • Freshmen View Sneak Preview of ‘Hi Seniors’
  • Faculty Facts
  • Chorus Set to Perform 2:30 Sunday
  • Persons Interested in Mexican Study Plan to Meet Monday
  • Harry Largen, Charles Zettlemoyer Elevated by Regents
  • Senior Art Exhibit Set May 7-28
  • ‘The American Dream’ Slated as Final Studio Production
  • Robinson Oratorical Contest Set Monday in Snell Auditorium
  • Mrs. Grace Overby Takes Pride in Service
  • Seniors to Meet Tuesday at 5 in Van Meter
  • Welcome to Senior Day
  • More Hours? Not Now
  • West, David. Dr. Raymond Cravens Discusses Totally New Catalog
  • Warren Covington to Play for Talisman Ball May 13
  • Lee, Bill. Pre-Med Students Plan Demonstrations
  • Williamson, Roger. Expansion in Industrial Arts Department Keeps Pace with Western’s Growth
  • Diminutive Fran Nelson Packs Wallop with Pen
  • Dr. Raymond Cravens Speaks
  • Pre-Registration Necessary for Re-Entering Students
  • Hatters, Hares Set to Invade Alley Playhouse – Alice in Wonderland
  • Greek Activities Pick up Pace in May
  • Vanderbilt Official to Address Sigma Nu’s – Madison Sarrett
  • Stan Zeidel Elected Inter-Fraternity President
  • Alpha Omicron Pi Sets Installation for This Weekend
  • Spring Sing Slated Monday in Van Meter
  • Four From Western Attend Annual KBEA
  • Topper Thinlies to Host Eastern Saturday
  • Red-White Grid Duel Tonight
  • Spring Sports Card Nearing Conclusion
  • Baseball Team Battles Middle Tennessee State in Double-Header Tomorrow
  • Stilley, Al. Western Track Began 50 Years Ago
  • Hoyle, John. Netters to Visit Eastern Saturday
  • John Oldham Signs All-Ohio Prep to Grant-In-Aid – Roger Markle
  • Russsell, Janice. Coed Brenda High Aims to Keep Her Score Low
  • Golfers Tee-Off This Afternoon against Tennessee Tech’s Golden Eagles
  • Linksmen Win Pair; Murray Downs Netters
  • Hoyle, John. Assistant Coach Doubles as Teacher, Dorm Director – Ballard Moore
  • Warner, Carl. Hard-Working Senior Commands ‘ROTC’ Brigade – Jerry Cossey


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