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

  • Society Page
  • Faculty Notes
  • Personals
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Spikes, Cleats & Sneakers
  • Alumni Flashes
  • Birds I View
  • Your Manners are Showing

This issue contains articles:

  • Dr. C. P. Denman Appointed to Arkansas State
  • L.Y. Lancaster Elected Representative at State Academy of Science Meeting
  • Bob Strong Plays Veterans Club Dance Tonight
  • Western Trade School Offers Night Instruction
  • Faculty Members Fill Offices
  • S.C. Skiff Bolsters College Faculty
  • Herb Cullen Elected Mayor of Veterans Village
  • Open Shop Planned – Industrial Arts
  • Orchestra Heard in Concert
  • On Sick. William. Talisman is One of Few Yearbooks to be Distributed by Graduation
  • Henry Hill to Speak at Commencement
  • Smith, Jo & John Stillwell. Student Rank Wins Over University of Louisville as Tops
  • Artist Depicts New York City
  • Value of Latin Stressed on Air
  • A Step in the Right Direction – Intramurals
  • Library Scholarship Granted to College
  • Clem Russell Fills Veterans Administration Position
  • Topmiller, Betty. Practice Well Underway for Operetta on May 16
  • James McGoodwin, Former Student, Appointed to San Antonio Office
  • Religious Emphasis Week Set for May 18-25
  • Joe Jones Elected Treas.
  • Wheeler, Charles. Staff Collects Interesting Documents for the Kentucky Building
  • Band Presents Concert on May 11
  • Westerners at Baptist Student Union Banquet
  • Ward Sumpter Heads Banquet
  • Owens, John. Elaborate Plans Made for Next Concert Season
  • Area Chapters Sweep Honors in Future Farmers of America Meet
  • Burns, Wendell. Pershing Rifle Unit Has An Outstanding Record
  • 100 Homemakers at Initial Meet
  • Naval Reserve Armory to be Situated in City
  • Club Notes – History, International Relations, Psychology, Veterans, Arts & Crafts
  • Group Attends Retreat – Baptist Student Union
  • Aviation Groups Sees Display
  • Ricketts, Ellen. Charlie Vettiner Keeps Recreation on Even Keel
  • Creasy, Frank. Dr. Gordon Wilson’s Speeches Reach 241 Mark
  • 1100 Throng to State Music Festival
  • C.A. Loudermilk to Speak at Glasgow
  • Original Compositions of Music Students Played at Recital
  • George Daggit’s Recital Set for May 18
  • Paul Starks Now With Veterans Administration
  • Experts to Instruct at Athletic Clinic
  • Yale Review Recognizes Miss Julia Neal’s Book
  • E.L. Massie Speaks in Mastitis
  • Norris Barbre Active in Physics Clubs
  • Kentucky Education Association Submits New Proposals
  • Two Instructors Added to Staff – Robert Evans, Roger Carroll
  • Carl Bomhoff Dies
  • Graduate Leads Agency – W.E. Winkenhofer
  • Quartets Give Program
  • Graduate Conducts Research in Physics – David Matthews
  • Orators Compete Soon
  • Chorus in Louisville
  • Thinlies Open at Vanderbilt
  • St. Joseph’s Tab Odie Spears, Dee Gibson
  • Jesse Crowe Gets Fellowship
  • Bowling Green Business University Golfers Earn Tie
  • Chorus Rated Superior
  • Dee Gibson Whips John Guerry But Netters Lose, 5-2
  • Basballers Meet Eastern This Afternoon
  • E.A. Diddle Features Ohio County Banquet
  • Golf Team Hits Stride on Trip
  • KIAC Golf Meet Here on May 23
  • Tennis Team Engages Three KIAC Opponents
  • Net Team Scores Win
  • Western Nine Divides Two With West Illinois
  • Baxter, June. Dating Procedure Altered by Strike


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