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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:

  • Kentucky Academy of Science Here Today
  • Robert Cochran Elected Third District Education Association Head at Meeting Here
  • Coles, Jim. Seven Thousand See ’59 Homecoming Spectacular
  • Quartet to Open Season for Community Concerts - Chanticleers
  • Western Players to Organize Alpha Psi Omega
  • Religious Emphasis Week Dates are Set for November 4-6
  • New ROTC Curriculum is Discussed
  • Who’s Who Election is Next Week
  • Inherit the Wind Dates Set for October 29 and 30
  • Tommy Covington to Lead Class Second Year
  • Browning, Dave. Be Proud of Western!
  • Skaggs, Jim. Take a Look Around!
  • Three Girls are ROTC Sponsors
  • Goodall, Charles. Western Writers Continue Unusual Fall Program
  • Muhlenberg Club Hears County’s History Recently
  • Placement Office is Maintained for Students
  • Folklore Club Hears Rock and Roll for Second Fall Program
  • Faculty Wives Honor Members at Fall Coffee
  • New Biology Club President is Ted Hood
  • Wood, Mary. Western Faculty Member Spends Summer in Wales – Jerry Parker
  • Western Players Hear Variety Show During Meeting on Stage
  • College High Students Compete for Scholarships
  • Dero Downing Speaks to Student National Education Association Group
  • Art Department Represented at Wesleyan Meet
  • Iva Scott Initiates 46 New Members
  • Young Democrats Elect Neil Ward and Archie Jordan As Chiefs
  • Western Grad Will Take Over Library Post – Hilda Arnold
  • Ohio County Club Elects John Minton to Serve As President on Oct. 6
  • Geography Club is Working on Program of Reorganization
  • Barbara Hawkins to Head Hardin County Club
  • Clarence Wolfe and Betty Ruble Head Talisman Staff As Work Begins on 1960 Product
  • Congress Debate Club Meets to Hear Bowling Green Business University Professor J. Lewie Harmon
  • Physical Education Teachers to Attend Workshop
  • Freshmen Nominate Candidates for 58-60 Class Officers
  • Western Senior is Ordained As Baptist Minister at Service – Freeman Powell
  • Former Student Holds Key Air Force Job – Billy Mills
  • Ed Beck to Hold Revival Services for Students
  • Jerry Hayes to Head Chemistry Club During 1959-60
  • Music Educators Club Meets on Oct. 12 for First Time
  • College High Cheerleaders Elected
  • Billy Booker Scored Twice, But Western Drops Homecomer 29-19
  • Robinston, Charles. E.A. Diddle Opens 38th Year Heading Topper Cagers
  • Gibson, Fred. Open Date Tomorrow Big Aid to Toppers
  • Raiders Drop Hilltoppers at Middle Tennessee
  • Jimmy Feix Speaks at W Club
  • History Club Hears Program on Foreign Visits
  • Student National Education Association President Represents Kentucky at Conference – John Foe
  • Debaters to Sponsor November Tournament
  • Student Wives to Be Honored With Party
  • Western Yearling Wins First Place at State Fair
  • Nashville Violinist to Present Concert - Michael Semanitsky


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