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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:

  • Western Plays DePaul Tomorrow Night
  • Dr. Ruth Seabury Will Speak Here on Wednesday
  • Cast Makes All-Out Effort for March Play
  • Sixteen Western Students Have Been Admitted to Medical Schools
  • Enrollment Good for Special Term
  • College Finances in Good Shape
  • Students Elect Campus Beauties by Popular Vote
  • Student War Correspondent Observes Major Snow Blitz
  • Students Scale Heights in Meteorology Classes
  • Many of Our Faculty Men Served in World War 1
  • Harrison, Lowell. Cart Ride Climaxes Escort Mission for Brig-Gen. Victor Strahm
  • Sisk, Mack. Not for Men Only
  • First Officer Strayhorn Holds High Waac Post
  • Sophomore Hop Tonight at Gym
  • College Heights Mail Service Increase
  • Pershing Rifles Ball Set for Thursday, Feb. 25
  • Dr. Gordon Wilson’s Column on Folklore is Only One of Kind Country
  • Bill Orr Accepted for Biblical Institution
  • Capt. Jewel Logsdon Given Full Military Honors
  • Neal Calhoun Tests Milk
  • Wreckage, Flotsam May be Art Blizter, Miss Ruth Lemons, Suicide Bent
  • “White Paper” Book is Now in Library
  • Report Lieut. Sidney Willoughby Missing Lieutenant Willoughby Missing
  • Status of College Reservists Announced by War Department
  • College Heights Herald Has New Competition in Dot-Dash Paper
  • Clariborn Walton is a Daily Hitch Hiker
  • Junior Senior Dance Will be Held February 26
  • College High Boys Are Making Model Planes
  • Render Services for Blood Typing
  • Talisman Dance Set for March 12
  • John Lovett is Now With Tennessee Valley Authority Legal Division
  • Three Girls Enrolled in Industrial Arts – Dorothy Miller, Lola Hessian, Eliza Burks
  • St. Bonaventure Defeated 65-32
  • Western Coaches Aid in Program for Junior Olympics
  • City College of New York Ouintet Bows to Toppers by 69-49 Score
  • Handball is Now Popular Campus Pastime Sport
  • Toppers Defeat La Salle, 52-44
  • Sixteen Admitted to Medical Schools
  • K.I.A.C. Official Praises Topper Basketball Team
  • Western Will Again be Defending Champion of K.I.A.C. Tourney
  • Kritzer, Cy. Sporting News Writer Ranks Western No.1
  • Whitaker, Dave. Donald ‘Duck’ Ray is Big Gun for Western With 189 Points
  • Ridley, Wayne. 100 Club
  • Campbellsville, Nashville Fives Easily Subdued
  • Jimmy Salato Predicts Tough Team as Cardinals Dig In
  • Students Give First Recital of This Quarter
  • 281 Colleges Approved for New War Program
  • Educational Problems Given by Supt. Hubert Wilkey
  • Rev. Roscoe Tarter Has Article Printed
  • Arndt Stickles Article Reveals Some Change in Prices Since 1797
  • Students Urged to Give Service Men’s Names to Library
  • Government Offers Positions for War Service
  • Emery White Writers Book
  • Miss Mary Pepper Called to WAVE Training


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