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

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

This issue contains articles:

  • Hilltoppers Will Meet City College of New York in Madison Square Thursday
  • Western Players Present Escape Next Friday
  • Toppers to Represent South in Metropolitan
  • ROTC Announces Appointments and Promotions
  • Frank Ackerman to be Heard March 23
  • Dean Finley Grise Announces Spring Term Opening
  • Col. E.B. Crabill to be Transferred
  • Plans for Annual Kentucky Educational Association Breakfast are Announced
  • Talisman Queen, Campus Beauties are to be Elected by Ballot Today
  • Old Diary in Kentucky Library Tells of Trip to Mammoth Cave in 1840’s
  • Curret Books of Fiction & World War Top Reading Lists
  • Ballinger, Mildred. Rules of Old Literary Society Show College Blue Laws of ’96 – Ogden Literary Society
  • Porter Napier Doesn’t Mix Plaids – But Blends Organ Notes
  • Westerners Admitted to Bar
  • Annie Lamb to Receive Citizenship
  • Faculty, Students Appear in Play – Bowling Green Players Guild
  • Cercle Francais Holds Feast of St. Charlemagne
  • Annual Freshman Hop at Gym Tonight
  • Junior Orchestra Initiated at the Training School
  • Scarritt College Offers Number of Fellowships
  • Lewis Canary Promoted
  • Bill Skinner in FBI
  • College High Plans to Give Patriotic Operetta
  • Western Was Host to Pershing Rifle Officers of Indiana University
  • Chapel Schedule is Announced
  • Pershing Rifles Cancels Plans for Competitive Meet
  • Undergraduates Needed in Naval Reserve Training
  • Tickets for Sophomore Dance Now on Sale
  • Mrs. Bess Cherry Visits Relatives in Texas
  • Club Notes – English, Chemistry-Physics, Classical, Out of State, Ragland Library, Arts & Crafts, Congress Debating, Biology, Young Women’s Auxiliary
  • Government Asks Women to Enger Nurses Training
  • Civil Service Commission Offers Numerous Jobs
  • Captain James Newman, Former Western Student, Advises on “The Role of the Teacher in Our Current Crisis”
  • Gilbert Newton is Naval Reserve as Carpenter Mate
  • Regional, State Music Festivals Will be Held Here
  • Layton Tuggle Astounds Experts with High Score on Test
  • Keith Cloe, Albert Mitchell Given High Post
  • Western Co-Sponsor of Radio Construction Unit – National Youth Administration
  • Oratorical Changed
  • William Bruce in Red Cross Work
  • Annie Adams Dedicates Memorial
  • Training School Music Program Has Variety
  • Ivan Wilson Praises Exhibit
  • Marie Temple Transferred
  • Western Wins Sixth Straight SIAA Title
  • Nippert, Glenn. Reporter Writes on Interesting Sidelights of SIAA
  • Sophomores Win First Round in Coed Cage Meet
  • Handball Tourney Nears Completion
  • Six Westerners Picked on KIAC and SIAA Teams
  • Casey Stephenson Enlists in Naval Air Corps
  • John Hackett Re-enrolls Here
  • Hilltoppers Trim Union College 43-41 for 10th KIAC Title
  • E.A. Diddle Honored by Many Citizens
  • John Cronin Will Speak Next Wednesday


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