Publication Date

4-1927

Abstract

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

  • Alumni News
  • At the Churches
  • Athletics
  • Campus News
  • Chapel
  • Class Activities
  • Club News
  • Editorials
  • Lamb Chops
  • News Heard Around the Campus
  • Personals

This issue contains articles:

  • Freshman Performance is a Success
  • J.D. Hearn Dies in Memphis Hospital
  • Stadium Being Constructed on College Heights
  • Improvements on Hill are Now in Progress
  • Education Association Meets Apr. 20
  • Latin Contest Will Be May 7
  • Prof. Smith is Speaker at Chapel
  • Audience Thrilled by Spanish Tenor – Don Juan Mejia
  • Visiting Minister Addresses Students – L.S. White
  • Lawrence Finn Lectures to Classes Here
  • English Club Has Regular Monthly Meet
  • Freshman Debating Team is Selected
  • Carman, Edith. Former Student Tells Life of Teacher on Four-Acre Island
  • New Teachers Added for Spring Term
  • Geographers Hold Meeting at Peabody
  • College Band Plays at Chapel
  • Mr. L.Y. Lancaster Discusses Adaptations
  • Students Hear That Eating is an Adventure
  • KEA Began as Ideal Says Dr. Cherry
  • Wilson, Gordon. Passing Institutions of the Teachers College – The Old Heating Plant
  • KEA DeLuxe
  • Quarter Century of Service – Nicholas Butler
  • Hightower, Claude. It Seems to Us
  • Cigarette Smoking
  • The Baseball Team
  • Keen, Luther. The Honor Club
  • Administration Club is to Have Banquet
  • ROTC Will Not be Inspected
  • Opera Scores Big Success on March 29
  • W.R. Smith May Go to West Point
  • Dr. M.A. Leiper Returns to His Work
  • Sophomores Addressed by Maj. Thomas Rothwell
  • Rural Education Club Studies Rural Health Improvement
  • College Journalists to Meet at Danville
  • St. Patrick Program is Given
  • Dr. Arndt Stickles Addresses Students
  • History Club Addressed by Dr. Morris
  • Rifle Team Makes Unusual Record
  • Miss Georgia Hendricks is Honor Student at Indiana University
  • Spring Term Brings Large Enrollment
  • Honor Club Addressed by Prof. W.M. Willey
  • Supt. Cherry Concludes Discussion of Saint Francis – T.C. Cherry

Disciplines

Advertising and Promotion Management | Higher Education Administration | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Public Relations and Advertising | Social History | Sociology | Sports Studies | United States History