Publication Date

5-1929

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:

  • Rifle Team Wins Fifth Corps Area Match for Third Consecutive Time
  • National Music Week, For Third Time Nation-Wide Move, Observed on Hill
  • Coffin Meets with History Group, April
  • Leslie Hewes Gets Fellowship
  • Miss Emma Stith and T.L. Bracken Talk in Chapel
  • Dedication of Beautiful New Formation in New Entrance Cave Held by Educators – Mammoth Cave National Park
  • Major Thomas Rothwell is Speaker at Junior Meet
  • H.L. Stephens at Wisconsin
  • Ogden-Robinson Medals Awarded Hayes-Thompson – Kelly Thompson & Franklin Hayes
  • Field Trip to Rocky Mountains Assured Now
  • Class in Nature Study Gives Big Breakfast Trip
  • Three Pictures of Women on Stamps
  • Mammoth Cave Excursions Are Popular on Hill
  • The Sixth Annual State Oratorical Contest of Courier-Journal Here
  • Consolidation in Daviess County Makes Progress
  • Commencement Program on Hill
  • Faculty Members on College Hill Make Addresses
  • Mc. H.F. McChesney Talks to Geography Class
  • Senior of ’29 Class Given Position at Teachers College – Mrs. C.B. Denton
  • Physical Education Department Gives Chapel Program
  • Carl W. Lindow is Awarded Fellowship
  • Mr. A.C. Webb Visits College
  • Chicago Allerton House Will Help You Get a Job
  • Second District Educators Hear Mr. W.M. Willey
  • Hundred Attend Singing Meet at Western Sunday
  • KPA Summer Meeting is Set for June 13
  • Miss Rodes’ Piano Pupils Junior Recital May 11
  • Girls Debating Club
  • Miss Gabrielle Robertson Reports Contributors
  • B.L. Curry to Head Bristow School
  • Final Round at Training School is all Planned
  • College Professors Deliver Addresses
  • Miss Inez Ellis Training School Teacher, Expires
  • Miss Lucille Scott Will Pose for Famous Lady in Pageant – Eliza Calvert Obenchain
  • The Lesson Bill Learned
  • Anit-Saloon League Head Addresses Chapel – Prohibition
  • McCombs, Harold. To Youth
  • McCombs, Harold. Whimsey
  • Woodring, Franklyn. Fisherman’s Fever
  • Miss Frances Richards
  • Do We Need a Weekly Paper
  • Southern Railroads
  • Normal Group
  • College Girl Writes Home
  • Classical Club Gives Program at Business U.
  • Page, M’Gown & Topmiller Erect Station on Hill – Radio Station
  • Big Four Wins Business U. Debate
  • Senior Picnic
  • Training School Finals Arranged for 23rd of May
  • Airplane View of College Heights
  • Music Week
  • Four New District Offices Opened by J.C. Penney Stores
  • Music Department on Hill Will Put on Concert Firday
  • Cherry Gets School Head Place Again – T.C. Cherry
  • Miss Tommie Baker of Princeton, Makes Gift to Western
  • Noted “Hercules” No More to Make Picturesque Cave Trip – Mammoth Cave National Park
  • George Wells is High Scorer for U.S. in Gun meet
  • Experts Here to Install Talkies at Local House – Movie Theaters
  • Western in Classics
  • Inter-Class Net Tournament Ends in Clashy Style
  • Letters Awarded to Feminine Net Champs at Chapel
  • Prof. T.H. McMillan Goes to Peabody College Next Year
  • Herald Staff Gives Picnic
  • Miss Mildred Reynolds & Hilda May Visit Wisconsin Univ.
  • Doctors Gordon Wilson, H.M. Yarbrough & M.C. Ford at KEA
  • Final Concert on College Hill Makes Big Hit
  • Organization of Parent Teachers Meet Here in ‘30
  • Western Professors Visit Purchase in Interest of Kentucky Building
  • Seniors of ’29 Secure Positions
  • College Girls to Organize Band on College Heights
  • Play Given at State Street Church
  • Prof. Curry, Visitors and Local Senior Class Visit Chapel
  • The Hill
  • Ford Duesner Delivers Commencement Address
  • Miss Clagett Talks to History Class
  • Western Will Have “Freshman Week” in September, is Word
  • County Agent Speaks at Chapel – John C. Brown
  • L.R. Stephan on Adoption of State Books
  • P.H. Callahan Speaker for Chapel Hour

Disciplines

Advertising and Promotion Management | Creative Writing | Curriculum and Instruction | Fiction | Higher Education Administration | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Poetry | Public Relations and Advertising | Social History | Sociology | Sports Studies | United States History