Publication Date

7-1928

Abstract

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

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

This issue contains articles:

  • Many Teachers Employed for Summer Term
  • President H.H. Cherry Attends Meeting of NEA
  • Many New Buildings Being Planned for College Heights
  • Major Thomas Rothwell on Gov. Sampson’s staff
  • Place Geography Contest is Held by Local Department
  • Ohio Teachers Hold a Successful Meet
  • Many Degree Students Now Enrolled Here
  • History Club’s Work Proceeds
  • Will B. Hill Tunes Up Chapel
  • Brother of Local Professor Passes – John Loudermilk
  • Students Report Interesting Sights, Experiences on Trip to Bardstown & Lincoln Farm
  • Western Teachers College Band Gives Last Concert Here
  • Western Teachers Organize Walton League Chapter
  • Overland Trop to Nashville, Gen. Jackson’s Home Made by Students Under the Care of Miss Richards
  • Many Teachers Are Absent Now
  • Game Law Fines Net the State $435
  • L.C. Curry Named to National Frat
  • Report of the Extension Department
  • An Appreciation – A.C. Burton
  • Who Benefits by Prohibition?
  • New Hope for Disarmament
  • A Student’s Parting
  • Prof. Billings Speaks at Chapel
  • Dr. Sporing at Chapel
  • Field Trip
  • Foundation is Told by Cherry
  • Tennis Tourney Opens in City
  • Dr. Jimmy Barnes Returns to Us
  • University in Kentucky will Get $10,000
  • Man Who Fled State in Killing of Goebel Dead
  • Dr. Will Taylor Addresses Students at Chapel, July 25
  • Mr. Warner Willey Attends Teachers’ Meet in Allen Co.
  • Mr. Alexander Speaks on Leadership in His Chapel Talk, July 16
  • Robert Rhoads’ Condition Serious
  • 1928-29 All-Star Series to be Success
  • Way Cleared for Purchase of Cave – Mammoth Cave National Park
  • Many from Class of 1928 Have Secured Splendid Positions for School Year of 1928-29
  • Board of Regents Lets Contract to E. Daughtry & Co.
  • Mr. L.Y. Lancaster Makes Talk
  • Sharpsburg School Damaged by Bolt
  • Kiwanis Club Holds Meeting
  • Cammack Asked to Find Woman’s Pay
  • Smith, Fleet. Inside the Movie Studios
  • Richard Byrd Adds New Boat to Outfit – South Pole Exploration

Disciplines

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