Publication Date

2-1930

Abstract

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Bottle Column by Ink
  • Chapel
  • Class News
  • Club News
  • College Clamor by N.O. Humor
  • Editorials
  • Fish Stories by Trout
  • Personals
  • Training School Notes
  • Ups & Downs by Kelly Thompson
  • Western Sophomore Writes Home

This issue contains articles:

  • Increase in Attendance on Hill
  • Donations are Received for Museum Here – Kentucky Building
  • Capt. Ed. Stansbury Leads Hilltoppers
  • W.H. Wood at Home for Rest
  • Filson Club Paper Lauds Dr. Arndt Stickles
  • KIPA is to be Entertained by Georgetown
  • Western Teachers College Band
  • Herald Staff Has Dinner in Cedar House
  • Miss Lenore Wilson Acting Head Music Dept. U. of K.
  • Professor Woods Car is Stolen
  • Opera “Barber of Seville” is Presented Here
  • Former Teacher is Author of Novel in Murray “Col. News” – Vest Myers
  • Newly Formed Dramatic Club Officers Named
  • Western is Not to Have Debating Team
  • James Jones Injured in Collision of Sled-Auto
  • Professional Certificate Awarded Henry Murphy
  • Extra Sections of Freshman English
  • Former Student is Assistant at U. of K. – Roy Owsley
  • Mammoth Cave Trip to be Taken in May
  • McHenry School Destroyed by Fire
  • Miss Frances Richards is Visitor on Hill
  • Robertson, Charley. A Little House
  • Brink, Helen. Life Octave
  • Brink, Helen. Thoughts of February
  • Skaggs, ? Character Sketch of Twelfth Night
  • The New Health Building – Helm Library
  • In Memoriam – Thomas Thomas & William McElroy
  • New Fiing System is Installed in Personnel Office
  • Local Teachers Take Bird Census Here
  • Pennyroyal Geography Council Meets Here
  • To Edit Murray College News – Corinne Lowry
  • Honor Roll of Teachers College for Fall Semester
  • Fitch, Henrietta. The Charivari
  • English Club
  • Iva Scott Club
  • Classical Club
  • Pearce, W.M. Extension Move is Explained by Dept. Head
  • Out-of-State Club
  • Education Club
  • Industrial Arts Club
  • Lafferty, Joe. High Spots of Chapel
  • Nathan Stubblefield is to be Honored at Murray, Ky.

Disciplines

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