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

  • Book Marks
  • Society Page
  • Faculty Notes
  • Alumni Flashes
  • Library News
  • Birds-I View
  • Sports Alley
  • Tidbits of Kentucky Folklore
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Vets View

This issue contains articles:

  • David Morton Speaks Before English Club
  • Columbus Boychoir to Present Concert Program in Van Meter This Evening
  • Haru Matsui to Address Chapel on March 22
  • William DeBrocke Joins Military Staff
  • Ed Stansbury Visits Campus
  • Music Department Joins Association
  • Dr. Paolo Treves Will Speak in Chapel
  • Western Offers Graduate Exam
  • Material for Talisman Submitted to Printer
  • Graduates Should Apply for Degrees
  • First Graduating Class Plans to Hold Reunion – Class of 1924 (WKU)
  • M.L. Billings Named State Examiner
  • Congratulations to a Great Team
  • Morris Lowe Leaves Staff
  • Air Officers May Volunteer
  • Students Enroll in International Students Society Program
  • Ogden Contest to be Held March 30
  • John Oldham Accorded National Honors
  • Stone, Vernon. Former Western Lecturer Writes Volume on Brazil – Hernane DeSa
  • Stone, Vernon. Hillbilly Show of WKCT Features Western Students
  • Bob Spiller and Martha Crady Carry Lead Roles in Production of Life With Father
  • Western ROTC Wins With Ease
  • Western Captures First OVC Tournament Crown
  • Western Junior Appears on Weekly Program – Leslie Thomas
  • Sanders, Ben. Western Captures First Ohio Valley Conference Crown
  • Bean, Red. Clayton States Spring Games
  • Cardinals Loose to Bowling Green Purples in District
  • Toppers Featured in Sport Magazine
  • Toppers Try for Three First in National Invitation
  • Club News – Classical, Le Cercle Francais, Physics
  • Symphony to Present Concert
  • Frank Drew Admitted to Military Academy
  • McLain, Mary. Graduate Writes of Western Alumni in Florida – Kathryn Laverty
  • Tea Given for Faculty Wives
  • Mr. L.T. Smith Procures Industrial Equipment
  • Barter Theatre to Make Third Appearance Here
  • Artists Compete for $3500 Prize
  • Dr. Roger Barbour is Oglebay Institute Director
  • Training School Staff Represented at Meeting
  • J.H. Emberger Qualifies for Investors Organization
  • Students Shown Movies at Recent Band Mixer
  • McClellan, Juanita. Baptist Youth Revival to Feature Jackie Robinson
  • Report Revels Need of Schools
  • Simpson, John. Dr. J.H. Poteet Spends Vcation in Historic Yucatan Region
  • Theology Class Met Today for First Time
  • Pershing Rifles Elect Sponsor
  • National Honor Given Graduate From Western Kentucky University


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