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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

This issue contains articles:

  • Military Schedule Ends With Field Day Excercises
  • David Morton, Dr. Charles Welch to Address June Graduating Class
  • Candidates for Degrees Listed by the Registrar
  • Twilight Band Concert Will be Monday Night
  • Open Shop is to be Held June 4-5
  • ROTC Offered in Summer School
  • Lecture Presented by Violet Eckhoff Here Recently
  • Boys State Meets on Hill June 7-13
  • Professor Adolph Benito Hirohito Searcy Mixed in Divorce Suit
  • Memorial Chapel for the Late Franz J. Strahm, Next Friday
  • YMCA Offers Students Work During Summer
  • Basic Students of Military May be Draft Exempted Until Graduation
  • Robinson-Ogden Speech Contest Thursday Night
  • Hatcher, Elizabeth. Inquisitive Reporter Finds Interesting Facts About Trustee Medal Winners
  • Many Items Interest are Added to Kentucky Museum
  • Four College High Girls Making Model Airplanes for Defense
  • Laverty, Kathryn. German Dolls in Kentucky Museum Tell World War I Espionage Story
  • Library’s Purchasing Power Facilitated by the Carnegie Corporation Grant
  • My Old Kentucky Home Voted No.1 Point of Interest in State
  • Dance for 300 Soldiers Given in College Gym
  • Mack Sisk, Dorthie Hall Named Co-Editors for Next Year; Robert Cochran to be Business Manager
  • Paul Gruesser Commissioned Second Lt. in Air Corps
  • T.T. Knight, Bob Beams Pay Recent Visit to Hill
  • Ray Garrison Granted Graduate Scholarship
  • 49 Senior Will Receive College High Diplomas
  • Training School Students at Work on Model Planes
  • Western Millitary Dept. Prasied by Colonel A.R.C. Sanders
  • Alfred ‘Moose’ Moore Accepts Post in Naval Training
  • 277 Student Awarded First Aid Certificates
  • Dave Edwards With Publishing House
  • Herald Awarded All-American Honors by the Associated Collegiate Press
  • John McElroy Will Receive Naval Aviation Training
  • Lieut. Joffre Boston Graduated From Infantry School
  • Club Notes – Arts & Crafts; Ministerial; Biology; Education; History; Dramatic; Classical; Literary
  • Dessie Barlow Recital Given May 12
  • Position Open in ROTC Department for the Duration
  • Mary Chisholm Recital Held Last Night
  • Certificates Will be Given to Sixteen ROTC Graduates
  • Lena Logan Receives Doctor/s Degree at Indiana University
  • Prof. John Vincent Awarded Doctors Degree at Cornell
  • Richard Grise Receives Med Commission
  • Western Approved for V-1 Program
  • Martin Wilson, Charles Wilson Omitted in Scholarship Story
  • Navy Air Board to be on Campus Wednesday
  • Brother of Miss Lois Dickey Died Recently – John Dickey
  • Silk Screen to be on Exhibit During Summer
  • Athletic Banquet Tonight ; Tennis Team Undefeated – James Elam
  • Tennessee Tech is Final Net Foe
  • Western’s Basketball Team to play Three Colleges Next Season
  • Tennis Intramurals Began This Week
  • Ed Stansbury Leaves for Air Corps Duty
  • Track Team Third in State Meeting
  • William Terry Tells of War Effect on Western Sports – Gander Terry
  • Over Fifty Former Western Athletes Now in Service
  • Six Games Slated for 1942 Grid Team
  • Team Wins Four of Nine Games


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