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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:

  • The Elijah Scheduled for Sunday
  • Western Shares One-Third in Million Dollar Grant
  • Robinson Oratorical Slated for May 16
  • Former Education Professor Dies After Brief Illness – Bert Smith
  • Danny Boggs is Webtex Winner
  • Educational TV Network in Legislative Parley
  • Band Presents Spring Concert
  • Dr. Loren Carlson Speaks May 18 on Medical Center
  • Dr. William Jenkins to Head New Business, Government Department
  • The Battle is Over?
  • Hocker, Ed. Saddle Up A Chair and Read About the Old West
  • Beauty With Brains? That Can Win You a Contest
  • Joseph Robertson in National Position
  • May is Recital Month for Busy Music Students
  • Eli Lily Company Toured on Biology Trip
  • Tau Kappa Alpha Meet
  • Dr. Morton Curtis Speaks to Math Meet on Campus
  • Band Invited to Tour Europe
  • Peace Corps – Misunderstood Mission
  • Agee, Hugh. Bewitched, Bewildered by Dark of the Moon
  • Progress – Our Most Important Product – Facilities Services
  • John Lyon Named to New Post
  • Iva Scott Club Banquet has Oriental Flavor
  • Dr. Earl Moore Reads Paper in Conference
  • Self Study Completes Phase One
  • Jenny Rossetter Elected President of English Club
  • Western Sends Representatives to Bank Meet
  • Annual Awards Chapel May 17
  • Sue Peterson Will Be Summer Missionary
  • Muhlenberg County Club Annual Fete Tomorrow
  • Voice in Dark One Act Play by Western Student – Charles Miller
  • A Tree Grows on Ogden Only to Become A Wall
  • Bill Strode Awarded for Photography
  • Dean Raymond Cravens Challenges Senior With Young Ideas
  • Pre-Med Students Given Buffet Dinner at Clinic
  • Tri-County Club Holds Sock Hop
  • Seniors Participate in National Opinion Poll
  • Phi Alpha Theta Gaines Twelve
  • Spanish Club Fete Will Be May 22
  • Felix Ganz Lectures on Swiss Music
  • Tennis Team Beats Murray
  • Tennis Team Eyes Fifth Undefeated Net Season
  • Golf Team Ties Tennessee Tech
  • Paducah Tilghman Cops Relays
  • Golf Team Edges University of Louisville
  • Tops Win Over University of Louisville
  • Rock House Victor in Intramural Tourney
  • John Conn Given Coaching Post at Male High
  • College High Cheerleaders Elected for 61-62
  • Topper Thinlies Bow to Tennessee Tech
  • Vocation School Offers Variety of New Courses
  • Varsity Variety Show is May 16
  • Tennis Team Wins Over Tough Murray
  • Topper Nine Split Doubleheader with Tennessee Tech
  • Netters Shutout Tennessee Tech 7-0; Keep Victory String
  • Austin-Peay Wins Over Topper Track
  • Don Miller is New President of Arts & Crafts


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