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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;

  • Student Lecturer James Burns is Chapel Speaker
  • 8 ROTC Cadets Presented Outstanding Student Award; 40 Veterans Decorated
  • Ogden Day is Observed; Judge John Rodes is Heard
  • Four Complete Majors in Industrial Arts
  • Ethel Clark Portrait is Presented – Rural Training School
  • Talisman to be Ready by May 15
  • Girls at Potter Hall Name Student Council
  • Music Students Heard Recently
  • Western Senior Attends Meeting
  • Dr. W.R. Spriegel Visits Friends Here on Hill
  • Students Receive Penmanship Merit
  • Art and Crafts Club Entertains Recently
  • Rural Training School Roundup
  • Moore, Earl. Academic Self-Reliance
  • Lewis, Bill. Sports Thrills and Chills
  • Western Players Appear in Play
  • Schoolmasters Club Has Meeting
  • Speech Contests are Described – Robinson & Ogden Medals
  • Music Students Give Easter Church Service
  • Western Grad Opens Dental Office Here – William Watts
  • Morningstar, Cora. Five Fields Offered in Home Economics Department
  • Dr. Mary Cole to Evaluate Fort Thomas Schools
  • Mrs. Jesse Thomas to Teach at College High
  • Western Students Present Compositions at Concert
  • Wellington Young and Herman Lowe Win 5 Photo Contest Awards
  • Enrollment on Hill Now 2,362
  • W.L. Perkins, Western Grad, Dies at Home
  • Dan Ward Voted Leap Year Sweetheart at Dance
  • Club News – English, Education Council, Congress Debating, Cherry Country Life, Arts & Crafts, Physics, Biology, Camera
  • Wheeler, Charles. “Mr. Mac” Has Worked at Western Job for 21 Years – W.E. McPherson
  • State Baptist Training Union to be Held Here
  • English Teachers to Meet at Kentucky Education Association
  • Junior Dance to be Held in Gym May 7
  • L.T. Smith on Committee to Revise Bulletin
  • Burke Culpepper Speaks at Recent Vesper Service
  • ROTC Cadets Promoted
  • University Christian Mission Invited Here by Religious Council –
  • Student Mixer Given by College Recently
  • Bob Lively is Named as Freshman Class President
  • C.T. Canon, Uncle of Registrar Dies
  • Grad named to State Agriculture Post – Dan Baldwin
  • Open Shop Program is Planned for Spring
  • Final Chorus Concert Planned
  • ’48 Topper Grid Slate Released
  • Plans Complete for Program to Honor Toppers
  • Don Ray Named on Helms All-American Second Five
  • Westerm Golfers Lose to Vanderbilt
  • Former Faculty Member Visits Here Recently – David McKinney
  • Cardinals Win Junior High Net Title
  • T Featured in Spring Football
  • 3 Spring Sports Get Under Way – Tennis, Golf, Track & Field


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