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 \u26 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 Meet
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