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

  • Alumni News
  • Book Marks
  • Kentucky Building
  • College Calendar
  • Religious News
  • Hilltopics
  • Musical Notes
  • Looking Backward
  • Faculty Facts
  • Alumni News
  • Society ROTC News
  • Tops in Sports

This issue contains articles:

  • $34,000 Grant Received for Planning of New Science Building at Western – Thompson Science Complex
  • Third District Education Association to Hold Annual Fall Meeting Here Today
  • Homecoming Slated for November 1
  • Western Cattle Judging Team Takes Top Honors
  • Carl Chelf and Robert Wilson Head 1958-59 Herald Staff
  • New Dorm Going Up Rapidly – Bates-Runner Hall
  • Western’s Enrollment Sets Record
  • Players to Open Fall Season With Summer & Smoke
  • Stiff, Pat. Welcome, Freshmen!
  • Grise, Mary. Careful With That Car!
  • Herald Staff Largest in Its History
  • Western Music Building Completely Renovated
  • Attention – Faculty Wives Club
  • Officers Presented at the Meeting of the Music Club
  • Faculty Reception Held October 7
  • Course in Atomic Physics is Taught by Television
  • Clarence Austin Elected President of Ohio County Club
  • Chemistry Club Elects Officers
  • Conference Attended by Iva Scott Club Delegates
  • Mrs. Sarah Garris Honored by Librarians
  • J.C. White Elected President of History Club
  • Dr. Gordon Wilson Addresses English Club
  • Library Club Elects Officers
  • Western, Youngstown Clash Tomorrow Noght
  • Western Will Keep Football in Program
  • East Tennessee Stuns Toppers 8-0
  • Ken Griffith’s Father is Buried at Paducah Oct. 6 – Charles Griffith
  • Western Wins Opener in Mud and Rain
  • Freshmen Cage Squad Boasts Top Performers
  • Middle Tennessee State Wins by 10-7
  • Vera Grinstead Welcomed


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