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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
  • It Seems to Us by Claude Hightower
  • Lamb Chops
  • Personals
  • Scientific Eye-Openers

This issue contains articles:

  • Dr. E.H. Griggs Gives Lecture Series on Hill
  • Chairs Presented by Manual Arts Students
  • 1927 Overland Cave Party
  • Life History of College Heights Told
  • Student Wins High Honors in National Rifle Match – William Ayres
  • Commencement Address Given by Dr. Frank
  • Tom Skyhill to Give Story of Il Duce Here
  • Learn Kentucky Courses Popular
  • Degrees Are Granted 151 Graduates
  • Seven Day Chautauqua Program Here
  • Student Tells Interesting Story of Life Experiences
  • Ample Reward, and Chance for Service in Law, Says Lawyer
  • Test Your Stock of General Information
  • Rural Club is Addressed by County Supts.
  • Interesting Sidelights, Warren Co.
  • Physical Ed. Classes in Interesting Masque
  • Commencement Sermon Given by Bishop Freeman
  • Comedy Hit Feature Here Friday Night
  • College Faculty is Entertained
  • 1927 Talisman
  • Think Good Tennis & You’ll Play It
  • Manual Arts Boys Give Entertainment
  • Local Banker Speaks to the History Club – Max Nahm
  • Assistance for all Disabled Veterans
  • Carman, James. Students Should Read
  • Miller, D.J. Southern Girl
  • Wilson, Gordon. Passing Institutions of Teachers’ College – The Old Faculty
  • Speed Then and Now
  • Limerick Contest
  • Turner-Willis Marriage
  • Union Church Meet Chautauqua Tent
  • Faculty Dean Accepts Place at Peabody Col. – A.L. Crabb
  • Penmanship Dept. Large Enrollment
  • Engagement Announced – Hallie Jenkins & Sidney Hendricks
  • Pierce-McNally Engagement Announced
  • Harry Conner’s Play, The Patsy to be Given
  • Large Crowds at Chautauqua
  • Keen, Luther. The Power of Perseverence
  • Prof. Mell Visits & Speaks Here
  • College Boy is Killed in Crash – Arch Dunigan
  • Keen, W.W. Better Health & Long Life
  • English Club Has Picnic
  • The Birds and the Out-of Doors
  • New Teachers Added to Summer School Faculty
  • Turner, Robert. History of Annual Trip to Mammoth Cave Told
  • Dr. Arndt Stickles Speaks
  • History Club
  • Kindergarten
  • To Close Stores Here
  • Gabriella Robertson
  • Margie Helm Attends
  • Hornback, Raymond. Pleasures of Standing in Line


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