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

  • Book Marks
  • Rural School Notes
  • Faculty Notes
  • Kentucky Building News Society Page
  • From the Press Box
  • The Service Column
  • Alumni Flashes
  • Hilltopics

This issue contains articles:

  • Classes to be Dismissed at Noon Today for Kentucky Education Association
  • Stadium Lights to be Installed
  • Governor’s Veto Changes Dorm Plans
  • William Edens Made Head of Arkansas State
  • Alvis Temple is Ogden Day Speaker
  • World Student Services Fund Speaker Urges Support – Gaston Vandermeersche
  • Sacred Music to be Presented - Easter
  • Former Student Declared Dead – James Atterberry
  • Kentucky Academy of Science to Hold Annual Meeting
  • Western Players to Present “The Barrets,” April 16, Van Meter
  • Smith, Bert. Easter as Proof of the Resurrection
  • Dear Fellow Student – Peace
  • Dear Fellow Student – World Student Service Fund
  • Choncoff, Lillian. Follies Wrack Van Meter
  • Band and ROTC March in Army Day Parade
  • Pollard, Martha. Bee Students are Workers
  • Two Westerners Receive Degrees from Vanderbilt – Merrill Schell, Nancy Whitmer
  • New Equipment to be Secured for Industrial Arts Department
  • Ganem, Roger. New Rules Adopted During Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association Meet
  • New York University Dean Visits Campus – George Payne
  • Easter Comes But Once a Year
  • College High Squad Feted at Banquet
  • Tennis Springs Back With Don Ray, Dee Gibson, Bill Lacy
  • Procter, Bob. Western to Meet Tennessee Polytechnic Institute in Baseball Opener, April 20
  • Faculty Members Work With Scouts
  • PTA Spring Conference Held at Western
  • Seven Contestants Receive Superior Ratings in Regional Music Festival
  • Club Notes – Biology, Chemistry-Physics, English
  • Rural School Holds P.T.A.
  • Perkerson, Gladys. Foxhole Ballet Program is Well-Received Here
  • 33 Students Make “A” List for 1946 Winter Quarter
  • Thumb-Nail Sketches – Ernestine Barton, Agnes Beck, Mary Blakeley, Richard Brown, Bill Freitag, James Calloway, Ruby Graham, Jesse Crowe, Doris Darter


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