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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:

  • Talisman Ball Set for April 11
  • Howes Meade Conducts Survey of Vets Problems Tuesday
  • Westerners Cast in Leading Roles in Guild Comedy Here Tuesday Night
  • Churches Hold Services Today
  • Emphasis Placed on Air Education
  • Charles Whittle Keynote Speaker for Ogden Day
  • Western Gets Chemistry Grant
  • Students Free to Attend Parade – Army Day
  • 1605 Enroll
  • Dorm Plans Approved
  • Kentucky Education Association Holiday
  • Smith, Jo & John Stillwell. Student Opinion Poll Proves That Some Like the Herald, Others Don’t
  • Activities Vary at Music Meeting
  • Council Plans Religious Week
  • Not So Long Ago – World War II
  • Our Toppers Are Tops
  • Baxter, June & John Boyles. Lusty Wind Opens Door for Richard
  • Herald Recognized
  • Egerton, Anne. Helen Jepson’s Appearance Climaxes Brilliant Community Concert Season
  • Future Farmers Plan April Meet
  • Alumnus Boosts Debating Club – Raymond Gibson
  • W-Club Trips Freshmen Loses to All Star Five
  • Earl Moore Heads Schoolmasters
  • Veterans Village Market to Open Soon
  • Registrar’s Office Lists 425 on Honor Roll
  • Army Officers Program Stated
  • Grad Runs for Senator – T.C. Simmons
  • Wheeler, Charles. Interesting Exhibits Added To Kentucky Museum
  • Talisman Expected to be Distributed on May 1
  • Sons Visit Faculty Member on Hill – M.E. Schell
  • ROTC Rifle Team Fires Matches
  • Miss Lena Logan Weds in April
  • Club Notes – Arts & Crafts, Le Cercle Francais, Physics, Biology
  • Mitchell, Louetta. Twenty-Eight of 50 Best Books in Library
  • Vets Must Give Veterrans Administration Report Soon
  • Karl Beyer’s Work Draws Attention
  • Clark, James. Music Dept. Looking Forward to Events
  • 4 Riflemen Earn Expert Ratings on ROTC Range
  • O.A. Mattei Composes
  • Graduate Guarded Hitler’s Former Pal – J.B. Goranflo, Ernst Hanfstaengl
  • American Chemical Society Okays Hill Chapter
  • Glenn Babb Succeeds Arthur Fox as President – Veterans Club
  • Junior Dance Attended by 300
  • Luigi Silva’s Recital Attracts Crowd
  • President Paul Garrett Again Directs Boys State
  • Creasy, Frank. Eastern, Georgetown University Place Two Each on Hilltopper All-Opponent Team
  • Freshmen, Rats Place 3 Each on All-Star Team
  • Freshmen Trap Rats for Crown
  • E.A. Diddle Reports on Eastern Trip
  • Tennis Team to Play 10 Matches
  • Jesse Thomas Lists Several Likely Grid Prospects
  • Diddlemen Open at Vanderbilt Saturday
  • Eddie Diddle on All State Team
  • 13 Letters Awarded to Hilltopper Netters
  • Jaycee Banquet Honors
  • Cardinal Netters Honored at Annual Banquet
  • Dr. A.L. Crabb to be Guest Speaker
  • Adverse Weather Delays Topper Golf Practice
  • Training School Choir Presents Spring Concert
  • Dr. H.H. Willard Address Chemistry Students
  • Vocalists Presented
  • Miss Lucille Scott Appointed
  • Room for 72 More – Nissen Huts


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