Publication Date

4-14-1961

Abstract

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

  • Hilltopics
  • Book Marks
  • The Clock Says
  • Religious News
  • Looking Backward
  • The Potpourri Boils
  • Society
  • Alumni News
  • Faculty Facts
  • ROTC News
  • Above the Rim
  • Sports Slants

This issue contains articles:

  • Regents Approve Record $2 ½ Million 61-62 Budget
  • A Capella Choir Begins Tour Apr. 18
  • Music Recitals Tonight by Two Western Seniors
  • Lt. Gov. Wilson Wyatt Challenges Student Body in Address
  • Talisman Ball Features Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra
  • Dr. Charles Keenan is Speaker to Chemistry Meet
  • Dark of the Moon to Be Players Final Production
  • Dr. D.K. Wilgus is Elected Kentucky Folklore Head
  • Eight College High Students in Math Meet Tomorrow
  • Western Graduate is Named Indiana Home Economics Head – Mary Crenshaw
  • Wood, Mary & Clarice Brown. Personality Plus Progress That’s His Calling Card – Wilson Wyatt
  • Hocker, Ed. Let’s Look at the Library
  • Ensemble Concludes Tour Today
  • Minimum Foundation Study is Slated for Tomorrow
  • Western to Host Kentucky Music Educators Association April 21-22
  • Francis Daughtery Given Assistantship in English
  • Twenty Five Schools in Music Festival
  • Carolyn Alston Wins Top Award in Art Show
  • Novice Debaters Compete in Interstate Meet
  • Physics Club Plans Picnic
  • Spanish Club Holds March Meeting
  • Donald Kendall Elected As Pepsi-Cola Director
  • Always Dreamed of That Summer Vacation in Europe? Here’s How
  • It Came from Outer Space Just Red Propaganda
  • Hippolyta’s View, by Dr. Jo Bryant, is Praised
  • Young Democrats Picnic
  • Concert Treat by Atlanta Symphony
  • Elephant vs Donkey – Congress Debaters?
  • William Rudloff, George Shearer Granted Defense Fellowships
  • Richard Anderson Addresses Debaters
  • Appreciation Shown College High Faculty
  • Art Students on Hill
  • Former Westerner Alton Liles is New United Business Education Association President
  • Distributive Education Given by Western Trade School
  • College High Will Begin New Exam Schedule
  • Hardin Countians Plan Summer Dance
  • Younger Than Springtime is Freshman Dance Theme
  • Geography Club Views Aleutian Skywatch
  • Student National Education Association and Western Players Schedule Joint Meeting
  • College High Spring Sports Get Underway
  • Hilltopper Nine Splits Opening Doubleheader
  • Trojans Capture No.1 Poll Position from Rock House
  • Trackmen Open April 18 Against Austin-Peay
  • Top Cherry Country Life Men Awarded
  • Golf Team Loses No. 1 Man Gerald Belcher
  • John Smith is Awarded $2,370 Grant
  • French Club Meets

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