Publication Date

4-1929

Abstract

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Chapel
  • Class News
  • Club News
  • Editorials
  • Kempusology Inside Out by Kelly Thompson
  • Kollege Kampus Ravings by A. Shavings
  • Personals
  • Rambling ‘Round by Leon Cook
  • Training School Notes

This issue contains articles:

  • Kentucky Citizens, Students & Alumni of Western Teachers College Respond Splendidly to Kentucky Building Plans
  • Summer School
  • Western Car of Debaters in Collision
  • Rocky Mountain Field Trip Progressing
  • The Kentucky Education Association Convenes April 17-20 in Columbia Hall First Session Wednesday Evening 7:30
  • Know Kentucky Kanters are off to Learn State
  • Training School Teacher Reports on Flood Region
  • Censors May Direct News, Silas Bent Thinks
  • Western Debaters Divide Decisions with Louisville
  • Professor W.M. Willey Delivers Address
  • Sophomore Play Scores Success with Students – Captain Applejack
  • Agriculture at Western Depicted by Professor Charles Taylor
  • Frances Richards, English Teacher Receives Honor
  • Mrs. Ruby Downey Curry Passes at Home in Barren
  • Asbury College Wins Debate by One Point
  • Recent Discovery in Mammoth Cave Arouses Interest
  • Miss Hallie Gaines Goes to Chicago for a Very Short Visit
  • Impressionistic Pictures of Cherryton, by Former Instructor – Elssie Hess Mordecai
  • Miss Catherine Jones Formerly of Western Dies
  • New Librarian Added to Local Staff at Western
  • Education Council Presents Program at Chapel Hour
  • W.O.W. Group Welcomed Chapel Hour
  • Kentucky Building Campaign
  • College Heights Epigrams & Paragraphs
  • Educator of Much Fame Passes Away – Charles McMurry
  • Music Department
  • Mrs. Nelle Travelstead is Improving
  • Play Production Class Gives One Act Plays
  • Mrs. Lowe’s Father is Victim of Gun Accident Mar. 20, F.W. Hermann
  • Strahm at Chapel
  • Turck, Charles. Letter to Editor re: Anti-Women’s Sports
  • Cherry Country Life Club Holds Meet March 20
  • Training School Home Ec. Class Serves Matthews Family
  • The Kentucky Building
  • Potter College Thirty & Twenty Years Ago
  • Tabb, Cora. A White Peony
  • McCombs, Harold. If
  • Tabb, Cora. Spring
  • Woodring, Franklyn. Night-Snow
  • Woodring, Franklyn. Mother: The Neglected Theme
  • Kentucky Educational Association
  • “Southern Poetry” is Discussed at Meet of English Club
  • KIPA Resolutions
  • Mrs. T.C. Cherry Judges Contests at Murray, Kentucky
  • Spring Styles for University Men
  • Checking Poultry Pests
  • Spring Shopping with the Co-Eds
  • Prof. W.J. Edens at Agricultural Meet in March
  • PTA of Training School Hold Meet
  • Chester Travelstead Winner at Tourney
  • Southern Business Grows by Leaps & Bounds, Says Expert
  • Prof. L.Y. Lancaster is Chapel Speaker at Business University
  • Blaze at Teachers College Does Very Little Harm – Potter Hall
  • Girls to Select Debating Team
  • Enrollment of Spring Term Shows Big Increase to Date
  • Western Professors Judge Debates
  • Coach E.A. Diddle Awards Sweaters at Chapel Hour
  • Coach Carl Anderson
  • Coach E.A. Diddle
  • Speeders Arrested
  • Senior-Junior Baseball Game Played on April 5
  • “W” Club to Appear in 1929 Talisman
  • Cedar House Offers Opportunities for Fatigued Students
  • “Cy” Williams to Lead Hilltoppers in 1929 Baseball – Lynn Williams
  • Ten Dropped Off Faculty at Morehead
  • Classical Club
  • Mid-Spring Term at Western Gets Under Way Early
  • Futbal
  • Woodring, Franklyn. O Kentucky!
  • Western Defeats Eastern Here in Season’s Opener
  • Dodges at Western Photoed
  • Dr. Arndt Stickles’ New Kentucky History 1819-29, Reviewed
  • Normal Literary Society Holds Meet

Disciplines

Advertising and Promotion Management | Agriculture | Creative Writing | Fiction | Higher Education Administration | Journalism Studies | Marketing | Mass Communication | Poetry | Poultry or Avian Science | Public Relations and Advertising | Social History | Sociology | Sports Studies | United States History