Publication Date

4-10-1959

Abstract

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

  • Religious News
  • Musical Notes
  • Hilltopics
  • Social Activities Calendar
  • Book Marks
  • Kentucky Building
  • Looking Backward
  • Faculty Facts
  • Society
  • Alumni News
  • ROTC News

This issue contains articles:

  • Annual Kentucky Education Association Breakfast Set for Friday, April 17
  • Talisman Ball Set April 24
  • Western Seniors Awarded Graduate Study Grants
  • Western Pershing Rifle Wins Drill Competition – Kenneth Helm
  • State Music Festival Set April 22-25
  • Program Announced for High School Senior Day
  • Western Will Conduct Summer Science Program
  • Summer School Classes Will Begin on June 16
  • Western Team Winners in Debate With Harvard
  • Western’s Pershing Rifles Unit Wins Top Honors in Drill Meet
  • 5 Students in Southern Speech Meet
  • Give the True Picture
  • Simplicity is a Good Rule
  • Abide by the Rules
  • Western Choir Makes Annual Spring Tour
  • Complete Renovation of Heating Plant Finished
  • Former Student Now With Tommy Dorsey’s Band – Beti Webb
  • Glyna Meredith Receives the L.F. Jones Award
  • Stone, Henry. Congress Debaters Hold Mock Trial
  • Ohio County Club Elects Officers
  • Western Grad Co-Author of Book in Army Series – Jean Keith
  • Ogden Banquet Held April 7
  • Western Players Plan Final Spring Production
  • Funeral Services Held for Mrs. J. M. Simmons
  • Sign Identifies Snack Bar and the Cafeteria
  • Library Holds Open House This Afternoon 2-4:30
  • Western Represented in Foreign Language Conference at University of Kentucky
  • Mrs. Clara Rudd, Western Graduates, Dies
  • Miss Grace Weller Speaks at Student National Education Association Banquet
  • Army Display Exhibited in Western Gym
  • Miss Alice Chumbley’s Picture Appears in Magazine
  • Home Economics Girls Exchange Places Recently – Home Management House
  • Western Chorus Presents Contata
  • Mr. Billy Adams Chosen Secretary Treasurer of Cattle Club
  • Topper Cagers Honored With Annual Banquet
  • Western Golfers Win Over Lipscomb
  • Hilltop Relays Scheduled for Saturday May 2
  • Track Men Assigned Team Positions
  • Baseballers Open Season With 9 to 7 Victory
  • Baseballers Play 1st Ohio Valley Conference Game Today
  • Candidates for Student National Education Association Officers are Chosen

Disciplines

Communication | Higher Education Administration | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Public Relations and Advertising | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Social History | Social Influence and Political Communication | Sociology | Sports Studies | United States History | Women's History