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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
  • Daily Doings
  • Quotable Quotes
  • Service Column

This issue contains articles:

  • Pershing Rifles Initiation Began This Morning
  • Seniors to Hold Annual Dinner This Quarter
  • Preliminaries in State Oratorical Contests Begin
  • Ballinger Elected Talisman Editor; Staff to Feature Military Theme
  • Training School Repairs Near Completion
  • Grad’s Article Published in Physical Review – Paul McDaniel
  • Frank Ennis Elected Head of Ogden Alumni Group
  • Lieut. J.G. Downer Killed in Action
  • Art Film is Shown Today in Cherry Hall
  • Pre-Med Aptitude Test to be Given January 22
  • Lieut. James Browning Listed Missing
  • Condition of Mrs. H.H. Cherry Improves After Sudden Illness – Bess Cherry
  • Dann, Muriel. ‘Petite Poupee’ Hidden in Cake Goes to Guillotine of Bucuspids – French Club
  • Welfare and War Change Santa’s Plans for ‘42
  • Do You Protect What You Have?
  • Help Needed
  • A Fair Return
  • McChesney, Field. Introducing – Lou Cullen Sophomore Class President
  • Miss Virginia Morris is Active in Speech Convention
  • Lieut. Jed Walters Has Many Duties to Preform as Service Officer
  • Sophomore Dance is Scheduled for February 12
  • Junior Class
  • Excused for Exams
  • Registrar Canon Releases List of Students Who Made Honor Roll During Last Quarter
  • Miss Lotta Day Says Home Economics Girls Doing Good Work
  • Former Student Takes New Paralysis Cure – J.S. Jackson
  • Miss Sue Howard Added to Faculty
  • Fiction Predominant During Vacational Library Reading
  • Mrs. C.B. Thompson Dies in Louisville
  • Freshmen Class
  • New Paint Applied
  • Lieut. W.C. Parsons is Listed as Missing
  • Mrs. T.C. Mitchell Will Leaves Antiques to Kentucky Museum
  • Aviation Firm is Seeking 800 College Women
  • Library is Key Center of War Information
  • Brig. Gen. Victor Strahm Says Our Bombsights Best
  • Chesterfield Ad Backs Man in Uniform
  • Western – Murray Play Here Wednesday
  • Frank Lawrence Joins College Faculty
  • Hilltoppers Score 157 Points in Doubleheader to Opponents 45
  • Western Scored 2 in 1 Victory
  • Hilltoppers Down Illinois Five, 57-30
  • Whitaker, David. Diddlemen to Meet Stronger Foes in Coming Weeks
  • Western Netters Topple Eastern by 61-47 Score
  • Loads Rifle – E.A. Diddle
  • Hanes, John. Coach Diddle and Boys Introduced to Student Body
  • Harrison, Lowell. Ted Hornback Was Star Netman and Now Valuable as Coach
  • Pictures Are Moved to Main Campus Library – Perry Snell Collection
  • American Legion to Sponsor Junior Olympics
  • Pictures Shown of Sites Where Western Plays
  • Lieut. W.D. Moore Dies in Air Crash
  • Toppers Defeat Fort Knox, 72-24
  • Former Student is on Bing Crosby’s Radio Program – James Newman
  • Mr. G.G. Craig Awards Writing Certificates
  • Lawson Garvin Dies Here
  • Lieut. Lawrence Pace Missing in Action


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