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

  • Your Manners are Showing
  • Book Reviews
  • Kentucky Building News
  • The Bulletin Board Stop
  • Veterans Views
  • Society Page
  • Faculty Notes
  • Personals
  • Birds-I View
  • Alumni Flashes
  • Sports Alley
  • Book Marks

This issue contains articles;

  • Thirteen Annual Talisman Ball to be Held Tonight
  • Graduation Plans are Announced
  • Bethel College Choir Heard Here
  • Music Students Attend Meeting
  • Breakfast Heads List of Western Kentucky Education Association Activities
  • Music Festival Held at Western
  • Grad Named to Louisville Post – Lawrence Duncan
  • Former Teacher at Western Dies – Frederick Roman
  • Western Band to Play at Kentucky Derby
  • Dr. Forest Pogue to be Chapel Speaker
  • Over 240 are Enrolled for Industrial Arts
  • Western Trade School to Get Building
  • Former Herald Editor Recent Visitor Here – Milton Jones
  • Dr. Louis Newkirk Speaks at Industrial Arts Meet
  • Bill Workman Wins Speech Contest – Robinson Medal
  • Westerners are Seen in Kiwanis Minstrel
  • Plans for Summer Physical Education Conference Cancelled
  • Mrs. Nina Acree Appointed Secretary to Dean
  • Livestock Barn is Scene of Small Fire
  • Seward, Glyn. “Chatter” is the Offici Al Newspaper of College High School
  • Club News – Education Council, Chemistry, Western Faculty Wives, History, Camera, Music Educators, Veterans Wives Literary, Le Cercle Francais, Student Catholic
  • Golfers Lose 2 Meets to Vanderbilt
  • Red and Gray to Play at Junior Class Dance
  • Spring Intramurals to be Launched April 29
  • Hilltopper Coaches and Players are Honored at Sports Appreciation Rally
  • Physical Education Club Wins in Tourney
  • Purdue Victor Over Topper 9
  • Tryouts are Held for Basketball
  • Don “Duck” Ray is Senior Class Vice President
  • Netters Named to All-State Team by Paper
  • Norman Head Wins Again in Invitational
  • Industrial Arts Department Gets Equipment – War Assets Administration
  • Don Ray is Honored at Moose Lodge Meet
  • Secretary Named to Aid Veteran Advisor – Mrs. Walter Cooper
  • Graduate Returns Here to Open Medical Practice – Martin Wilson


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