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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:

  • Talisman Ball Scheduled for Next Friday
  • Music Festival Scheduled for Next Weekend
  • Folk Music Theme; New Composition Will be Features of Spring Concert
  • Library Adds Microfilm News
  • Westerners Fill Kentucky Education Association Positions
  • Class of 1924 Plans Reunion
  • ROTC Presents Cadet Awards
  • Army Inspects Western ROTC
  • College High Seniors Plan Trip to Chicago
  • Weldon Hart Symphony is Played Nationally
  • Dr. Earl Moore Gives Senior Day Talk
  • Broadcast to Feature Poetry by Students
  • Save the Evidence
  • Band Presents Follies Show
  • Robinson Contest Winner Selected – Douglas Hensgen
  • Art Department Lists Travel Chart Display
  • College High Presents the Sunbonnet Girl
  • Piano Team Gives Concert Program – Vronsky & Babin
  • Student Receives Air Commission – Frank Cole
  • W.A. Hardison Obtains Research Training Post
  • Sophomores Plan Picnic at Beech Bend May 19
  • Western Pre-Med Students Plan for Future Work
  • Richard Cannon Receives Post
  • Club News – Classical, Cherry Country Life, Iva Scott, English
  • Payne, Ernest. Several Western Students are Just So Many Hams
  • French Club Alumni Meet at Kentucky Education Association Breakfast
  • Stone, Vernon. Many Historic Weapons Found in Kentucky Museum
  • Baxter, June. Student Will Visit Hawaii – LaVerne Van Cleave
  • Simmons, Bob. Western Personnel Director Maintains Efficient Teacher Placement Service – Billy Craig
  • McClellan, Juanita. Danish Youth Joins Massie Family in Bowling Green – Erik Jensen
  • Burial Rites Held for Lt. William Goodlow
  • Club News – American Chemical Society, Biology
  • Entrant for Mountain Laurel Festival Chosen – Betty Topmiller
  • Simmons, Bob. Pat Shaver Contends That President Has Easy Job
  • Indiana Alumni Select President – Sibyl Stonecipher
  • Austin-Peay Defeated by Western Nine
  • Sanders, Ben. Tennis Team Reveals Varied Studies, Backgrounds, and Plans in Interview
  • Nick Diachenko Speaks at Kentucky Education Assocation Breakfast
  • Hilltopper Golf Team Sets Southern Tourney Record
  • Future Varsity Beats All-Stars
  • Baseball Team Lose to Tennessee Polytechnic Institute
  • Track Team Tops Middle Tennessee
  • Cardinal Teams Will Compete in State Meets
  • Western, Vanderbilt Tie in Opener
  • Industrial Arts Adds New Tools, Machinery
  • Cuban Family is United by Illness – Carlos Hernandez


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