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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Campus News
  • Chapel
  • Club News
  • Editorials
  • News Heard Around the Campus
  • Snapshots
  • Society

This issue contains articles:

  • J.W. Potter Passes Away in New York
  • Life Graduate Wins Special Recognition – Ann McRee
  • 400 Volumes Addition to T.C. Library – Miss Nazro
  • E. Wood French Club Reorganizes
  • English Club Gives a Christmas Play
  • Historians Entertain at Chapel
  • Drs. Crabb & Grise at Charleston
  • Mass Chapel Featured by B.G. Schools
  • Dormitory Observes Christmas
  • Music Dept. Entertains at Chapel
  • Iva Scott Club Entertains Xmas
  • English Head Secures Tag at Peabody
  • ROTC Has Authorized Personnel
  • English Head Secures Tag at Peabody – M.A. Leiper
  • In Memoriam – Julian W. Potter
  • Potter Hall is Place of Club Frolic – Congress Debating Club
  • Dean Turck
  • Director’s Column
  • An Indian Funeral
  • Howell, Mary. Book Review – Old Curiosity Shop by Charles Dickens
  • Auburn, Julia. Shakertown of Long Long Ago
  • Rural Education
  • The Sandwich Shop
  • A Psalm of Grammar
  • Announcement for Speakers in Jan
  • Hot Lunches Are Served Rural School
  • Banquet Part Advanced Composition Assignment
  • Annual Football Banquet Held at New Depot in Honor of 1925 Heroes
  • Girls’ Basketball Team Makes Debut
  • Junior High Quintette Promising
  • Miss Elizabeth Woods is Faithful in Her Labor of Love to Beautify the Hill
  • Basketball Team Gets Late Start
  • Manual Arts Department Has the Largest Enrollment in Its History
  • Normal Hi Has Debating Society
  • B. Curry is Inspired by City of B.G.
  • Prof. Strahm Has Record as Student
  • A Dressmaker Among Us – Miss Van Houten
  • College Slang
  • Health Has Many Sides in Makeup – L.Y. Lancaster


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