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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:

  • Robert Denny Speaker for Religious Emphasis Week
  • Gerald H. Doty, Director of Indiana University Band, Named Clinic Guest Conductor
  • Wayne Wilson to Solo During Winner Concert Tonight
  • Western Chapel Hears Henry Cowell in Lecture-Recital
  • Governor Names Roscoe Murray to State Post
  • Western Students in Radio Plays
  • Weldon Hart’s Overture to be Heard
  • Talisman Will Not be Delayed
  • Promotions Go to ROTC Cadets
  • Seward, Glyn. A Former Student on Hilltop, Cordell Hull is One of Our Great American
  • Western Players Produce Play Jointly
  • Baxter, June. Time Well Spent – Religious Emphasis Week
  • Veterans Club Plans Membership Drive
  • Dr. Arndt Stickles is Busy as Speaker Recently
  • Sophomores Plan Dance
  • Noon-day Devotions Held in Upper Room
  • Freshmen Class Meets
  • Earl Moore, E.H. Canon Elected to Kiwanis Club Posts
  • Club News – Arts & Crafts, Music Educators, Western Players, Education Council, French
  • Hill, Will. Bel Canto Trio is Heard in Community Concert
  • Medical Aptitude Test Scheduled for February 6
  • Improvements Made in Home-Economics Department
  • Hilltoppers Look Good in Clean Sweep of Eastern Tour
  • Twins of Grad Set Record – James Williams
  • Legislature Proposes Changes for Western
  • Herbert Curtsinger Joins ROTC Staff as Clerk-Typist
  • Men’s Intramural Program Varied
  • School Safety Patrol Begins Operations
  • Students Present Piano Recital
  • College High Offers Intramural Program
  • Kitchen Installed in West Hall Basement – Schneider Hall
  • Students Honored in Advance ROTC
  • Nine are Initiated Into Pershing Rifles


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