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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:

  • ROTC Annouces Opportunities for Veterans
  • Memorial Honors Prof. Horace McMurtry
  • Noted Pianist to be Heard in Chapel Program – Katherine Johnson
  • Donald Dame to Highlight Community Concert Series
  • Arthur Henderson has Recital Abroad
  • Vets Lobby for Subsistence Bill
  • 39 Trailer Units Expected in Spring – Veterans Village (WKU)
  • Navy Commends Dr. Lillian Johnson
  • Payne, Jeanne. Pre-Revolution Relic is Prize of Kentucky Collection
  • Federal Housing Administration Offical Meets With President Paul Garrett – D.D. Meredith
  • Foreign Service Officers Needed
  • Westerners Give Rotary Program
  • Edward Nelson Shares Commendation
  • Millitary Ball Planned
  • Youth Answers the Call
  • To All Western Students
  • In These Times
  • Should This End Here?
  • World Student Service Fund
  • Thumb-Nail Sketches – Jennie Haddix, Walter Morris, Walton Plummer, Louise Markham
  • College High Student Awarded Medal by Daughters of the American Revolution – Mary McNally
  • Speech Students Present Recital
  • Westerner to Represent Kentucky in Contest
  • Former Student Named Regular Powers Model – Martha Fleenor
  • YWA’s Sing at Hospital
  • Colonel R.A. Agnew Announces Marksmanship Scores
  • Club Notes – Veterans, History, Education Council
  • Western Falls from Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Throne, Loses to Seacards in First Round
  • Diddlemen Lose Second to Eastern
  • Morehead Evens Record for ’45-‘46
  • Ed Diddle Organizes Community Sports
  • Jones, Lee. Some Elements of Greatness – Horace McMurtry
  • Taff, N.O. Horace McMurtry – The Man
  • Letter to the Alumni from H. W. Wilkey, President WKU Alumni Association


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