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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
  • At the Capitol - Movies
  • Weddings - Engagements
  • Spikes, Cleats & Sneakers
  • Quotable Quotes
  • Daily Doings
  • This is Just A Reminder
  • Campus Chips of the Cadet Corps

This issue contains articles:

  • State Music Festival Open on Campus
  • Colonel Gordon Rives Catts Relieves E.B. Crabill
  • 32 High School to Participate in Varied Activities
  • Spring Battalion Parades Started
  • Chapel Not in Session Today
  • All-Kentucky Chorus Sings Tomorrow
  • Education Council Banquet Will be Tomorrow Night
  • Herald Wins First Place in National Contest, Places Second in KIPA Meet
  • Plans for Annual Mother’s Day are Near Completion
  • Many Special Features Round Out Summer School Program
  • Concert Will be Highlighted by John Vincent’s “Three Jacks”
  • Laverty, Kathryn. Collection of Dolls in Kentucky Museum Creates Much Interest
  • Ogden, Robinson Contest Details
  • Fine Performance Given by Concert Band in First Spring Music Programs
  • Books on Australia are in Demand
  • 1942 Yearbook is Dedicated to Mrs. Nell Travelstead
  • National Youth Administration Boys Leave for Defense Plants
  • Seven Hurt As Car Hits Truck
  • Annual May be Here by May 20
  • Grade Articles are Published
  • Dr. C.P. Denman Has Acquired A Pen of Five Pedigreed Leghorns
  • Senior Prom is in Gym Tonight
  • Margaret Skinner Granted the Bowling Green Music Club Award
  • Meredith Carpenter Dies at Barbourville
  • Dr. Charles Welch, David Morton are to Address Spring Graduates
  • New Requirements Announced for Air Stewardesses
  • Chorus to Give Annual Spring Concert May 8
  • High School Students Visit College Heights
  • Lashbrook, Austin. Flowers to Her are Personalities – Sarah Garrett
  • Guest Performers for Symphony Orchestra Concert are Announced
  • Harry Wooldridge Promoted to First Lieutenant
  • Senior Pre-Graduation Activities Announced
  • Appeal for USO
  • Student Recitals Were Brought to Close Yesterday
  • Training School Gives Patriotic Operetta
  • Five Westerners Enter Pensacola
  • Robert Forsythe in Air Corps
  • E.A. Diddle to Coach State All-Stars
  • Westerners in New York Saw the Sights
  • Hugh Poland, Orville Bolton Playing Pro Ball
  • Track Team to Enter State Meet
  • Intramural Net Tourney Taken by Rats in Final
  • Bill Brawner Topples Pins for 644 Score
  • John Crowdus Visits Hill
  • Orville Bolton Visits Campus
  • Cornell McMurtry is Now a Naval Aviation Cadet
  • Diamondmen Drop Two Games
  • Frank Gardner Promoted to Rank of Captain
  • Six Matches on Tennis Schedule
  • ROTC Inspection to be May 13-14
  • 11 Students Have Been Accepted by Medical Schools
  • Women Needed As Inspectors of War Materials
  • Olga Randolph Leaves for Foreign Service


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