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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:

  • Clinic Sessions Attracted Many Despite Weather
  • Western Players to Appear in “Joan of Lorraine” Next Thursday Night
  • Summer School Plans Released by Dean’s Office
  • Zadel Skolovsky Heard in Concert
  • Dr. Paul Kolochov is Heard in Chapel
  • Enrollment Slightly Down Winter Quarter
  • T.V. Fortenberry Dies at Morganfield
  • McClain, C.A. Former Mexican GI Says Life at Western is Tops – Raul Lars
  • Faculty Members Head Commission
  • Lewis, Bill. American Association Umpire is Western Student – Jim Clegg
  • Classes Hold Recent Meetings
  • Baxter, Joe. Western Campus is Site of Old Civil War Fort
  • Kentucky Press Association Establishes Collegiate Section
  • Grid Lettermen are Announced
  • Baxter, June. Charley Robertson Wanted to Write a Book – He Did!
  • Veterans Village Boosts New Apartments
  • Freshmen Week to be February 15-20
  • Recent Play is ‘Meller Drammer’
  • Officers are Elected – Bowling Green Ministerial Alliance
  • Nineteen Record All “A’s” to Lead Fall Honor Roll
  • Graduate Directs Lenten Broadcast – H.C. Ogles
  • Lewis, Bill. Articles by Western “Ham” are Published – Harold Allen
  • ROTC Cadre Member Receives Bronze Star – Edward McClure
  • Miss Elsie Dotson to Speak
  • Club News – Music Educators, Western Players, Le Cercle Francais, Veterans, History, Congress Debating
  • Grad to Head Fashion Staff at Selman’s – Alma Jones
  • McClain, C.A. Journalism Still Tops for Many Westerners
  • Twins Born to Village Couple – Elliott Clifton
  • J.J. Perling Has Book Published
  • Exchange Student to Address Baptist Student Union Group – Florence Takahashi
  • Western Student Heard in Radio Concert - Martin Cross
  • 60% of Student Body to Teach
  • Roy Mann is the 1948 Sophomore Class President
  • Western Grad Opens Medical Office in Clinic – D.B. McIlvoy
  • Willard Winkenhofer Honored by Company
  • Netters Drop Six Teams to Level Record at 19-1
  • Toppers Avenge Lone Defeat as Falcons Go Down
  • Freshmen Girls Beat Sophomores 31-12
  • Rifle Team Wins Two, Drops One
  • Russell, Fred. Hot Toppers Praised by Nashville Banner
  • Gridders Name All-Opponent 11
  • Topper “B” Team Tops Scott Field
  • Faculty Quartet Plans


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