Publication Date

11-6-1959

Abstract

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

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

This issue contains articles:

  • Thirty-Three Seniors are Chosen for 1960 Edition of Who’s Who
  • Charles Ruter New Western Alumni Head
  • Norman Childs is Freshman President
  • Joint Alumni Elect Maurice Bement As Head
  • Speech and Drama Clinic to Be on Campus Nov. 23
  • Newsmen are Here Today for Seminar
  • Cheerleaders to Be Here for Clinic
  • Debate Tourney Scheduled for Next Saturday
  • 3000 Attend Third District Education Association Rally Last Saturday
  • Sophomores Elect Patricia Richards Class President
  • Study Centers Enroll 339 This Year
  • Skaggs, Jim. Why Not Practice What We Preach!
  • Communist-Ruled Life to Be Subject Talk – Tibor Bebek
  • Western Grad Takes Forestry Post Here – James Rogers
  • Arts and Crafts Add Fifteen New Members
  • Geography Club Hold October Meeting
  • Father of Tom Lyons Dies in Muhlenberg Hospital – Thomas Lyons
  • Physics Colloquium Elects Bill Buckman As 59-60 President
  • Home Economics Girls Attend Convention
  • Alpha Psi Omega Elects Alice Chumbley
  • Debaters Begin Practice Rounds at Meeting
  • Dr. Tate Page President at Recent Education Meeting in Lexington
  • Home Economics Girls Entertain With Coffee
  • Art Club Hears Mrs. L.O. Toomey for October Program
  • Western Student is Speaker at County 4-H Recognition Meeting – Duncan Sanford
  • President Kelly Thompson Speaks to Muhlenberg Alumni
  • Young Republicans Elect Marshall Hughes Their Campus Chairman
  • Tom Groves is New Commercial Club President
  • Six Home Economics Freshmen at Western on Scholarships
  • Congress Debate Meet to Talk on Steel Strike
  • Western Students Wins 4-H Honors at Meet
  • Librarians Attend Association Meet
  • Toppers Blast Eastern 14 to 7, End Jinx, Spoil Homecoming for Maroons
  • Toppers High in Ohio Valley Conference Poll
  • Ballard Moore Named University of Kentucky Net Coach
  • Priestly, Lena. Inherit the Wind Opens Fall Season
  • Richard Roberts Named Philip Morris Representative
  • Physical Plant Improvement are Noted
  • Rachael Chadwick is Elected Physical Education Club Head
  • Hardin County Club Hears Musical Program at Meeting
  • President Kelly Thompson Speaks at University of Missouri
  • College High Teacher Named to State Post – Betty Langley

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