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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Chapel
  • Class News
  • Club News
  • Editorials
  • Literary Shavings by A. Shavings
  • Personals

This issue contains articles:

  • Ogden is Now Merged with Western
  • Dr. H. H. Cherry Makes Speech – Mammoth Cave National Park
  • Delegates Go to Florida – SIAA
  • Maj. Thomas Rothwell Speaks to History Class
  • Prof. Stephan Visits Hardin
  • Department of Music Reports
  • Mr. W.J. Eadens Attends Agriculture Meet
  • Photographic Machine Purchased
  • Miss Jeffries Attends the State Council of Geography Teachers at Morehead, Ky.
  • Play, Abraham Lincoln, Given by Senior Class
  • Mr. M.C. Ford Makes Trip to Various Country Towns
  • Big Eagle Secured
  • Mr. Ewing Entertains
  • Students Have Pictures Made
  • John Cowper Powys, Noted Author & Staff Lecturer of Oxford, Speaks at Western
  • Music Club
  • Congress Club
  • English Club
  • Honor Club
  • Classical Club
  • Prof. Willey Visits Logan
  • Miss Whitaker Meets Tragic Death by Fall
  • Library to Give List of Newest Books Acquired
  • Students Hold County Meet
  • Carnival Given by Training School Hit of Season
  • Effective Rifle-Drill Held by ROTC Boys
  • Christian Endeavor Holds Convention
  • Weddings
  • Mrs. Lee Goes to Milton, Ky.
  • Miss Adkin Visits Hill in Interest of Evaporated Milk
  • Wilson, Gordon. Hill-top Personalities – Finley Grise Family
  • Nahm, Max. A National Hike
  • Smith, L.T. Government Old Age Pensions
  • Western Lad is Making Good at Naval Academy – Wellington Hines
  • Bowling Green High Makes Trip South
  • Teachers College Hi Has Annual Banquet
  • Tom Ellis is Named Captain
  • Teachers College Hi Wins Double Victory
  • Noted Ball Player Pays Western Visit – Mr. Taylor
  • Anderson to Play in Game – Carl Anderson
  • Boys & Girls at Western are put Through Hard Drill; Prospects Good Here for Teams
  • Mr. M.C. Ford Makes Chapel Speeh
  • Allen County Holds Fair
  • Cherry Country Club
  • Mrs. E.E. Traylor Dies of Pneumonia
  • College Costs are Very High
  • Miss Ruth Henderson’s Illness
  • Home Economics Teachers Meet
  • Rattle-Snakes, We Have ‘Em
  • Morrell Hoover’s House Burns in Village


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