Publication Date



Issue mis-numbered #7


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

  • Hilltopics
  • Looking Backward
  • The Chapel Hour
  • Alumni Flashes
  • Weddings – Engagements
  • Personals
  • Music Notes
  • Daily Doings
  • The Service Column
  • Spikes, Cleats & Sneakers
  • Faculty Notes
  • Here and There

This issue contains articles:

  • WAC Elizabeth Strayhorn is Second Wac to be Lieutenant Colonel
  • State Superintendent Scores Hit With Schoolmasters Club Address – John Williams
  • Noted Hindu Editor to Speak at Chapel Hour – Pasupuleti Kirshnayya
  • Distinguished Flying Cross Presented to Father of Sgt. Joseph Panepinto
  • Former Student Killed in Action – Buford Lynch
  • Mrs. M.C. Ford Made Cedar House Advisor
  • Lieut. Malcolm McKenzie Killed in Crash Near Ft. Worth
  • Lieut. Lewis Parrish Killed in Crash
  • Capt. David Wilhite, Former Student, Believed Missing
  • College High to Present Operetta
  • Mrs. Rosin Cohn Employed in Office of Registrar
  • Sophomores Hold Party at Kentucky Building
  • Arthur Henderson, Robert Fries Present Program
  • Paxton, Jean. Three Cheers for the Five Girls Who Lead Fans in Western Yells
  • Mother of Student Dies During Visit – Mrs. Avery Dixon
  • Paxton, Jean & Joe Bennewitz. Largest Crowd of Season Sees Big Red Team Do It Again to Murray
  • Lt. Kenneth A. Bryant, Former Westerner, Draws Praise for Observation Work Against Germans
  • ROTC Graduates are Making Major Contribution to War Effort, According to Brig. Gen. Edward Smith
  • Thomas, Pat. Western’s Hill Mystery House
  • New Books Added to College Library
  • George Updegraff 321st College Training Detachment Head Made Captain
  • President Paul Garrett Returns From Washington, D.C.
  • Western Students Accepted for Graduate Schools
  • Mr. Edwin Kwoh Heard at Chapel
  • President’s Ball is Great Success
  • Paxton, Jean. “He’s Really Quite Wonderful” – Keith Cloe
  • Club Notes – Hopkins County, History, Girls Physical Education, Chemistry Physics, French, Biology
  • Harris, Gloria. “Der Fuehrer” Available to Westerners Soon
  • Museum Given Original Music of Professor Franz Strahm
  • Geraldine Smith Named by 321st as Queen of Hill
  • Talisman Ball to be in March
  • Pep Rally Held Before Murray Tilt
  • Miller, Marion. ‘You Get Out of It Just What You Put Into It,’ Says Referee Hickman Duncan
  • Hilltoppers Seek Revenge Against Berea Quintet
  • Red and Gray Team Wins 16th Tilt Over Breds in Regular Season Play
  • Berea Trounces Hilltopper Team
  • Major Ed Stansbury Has Article Published
  • Toppers Lose to University of Louisville’s Cardinals in Final Minutes
  • Ensign Glenn Williams Buried in Ohio
  • Steel Engravings Added to Library
  • Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Disbanded for Duration
  • Introducing Western’s Junior Class President – Dorothy Williams
  • Student Recitals are Resumed
  • Room 300 Displays Art of Latin America


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