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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Bottle Column by Ink
  • Class News
  • Club News
  • Editorials
  • High Spots of Chapel
  • Letters from Susie
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Training School Notes

This issue contains articles:

  • Kernal is Host to Press Group at Spring Meet
  • Makes All-SIAA Basketball Team – Bland Coffman
  • Valuable Files of Newspapers Received Here – Kentucky Building
  • Geography Majors & Minors Elect Marvin Cole President
  • New Club is Named for Ellen Churchill Semple – Geographical Society
  • Sophomores to Present Annual Play on April 10 – “Tommy”
  • Spring Term Will Open Here April 6
  • M.L. Billings Given Highest Degree from Michigan
  • E.H. Canon Attends Meetings of National Associations at Detroit
  • Dr. Joseph Roemer to Head Department of Secondary Education at Peabody
  • Speak at Historical Society – Gordon Wilson
  • Pageant to be Given June 1-2-3 by Student Body – Pageant of Progress
  • Band to Figure in “Pageant of Progress” Here
  • L.B. Finn Speaks on Life of Lee
  • KEA to Meet April 15 to 18 at Louisville
  • Clagett, J.H. Prof. J.H. Clagett Praises Kentucky Building Museum
  • Lectures Arranged for Summer School
  • Dean Finley Grise Speaks at Peabody College
  • Unique Donations Given to Museum Collection
  • Local ROTC Gets Trophy in National Match
  • Members of Western Faculty in Concert
  • French Club Play to be at Chapel March 19
  • Superstitious America
  • A Preposition is a Bad Word to End a Sentence With—
  • “A Mile & a Half From Hodgens Mill” A Story of Abraham Lincoln’s Birthplace
  • Riggs, Hazel. First Impressions of Western
  • Board of Regents Authorizes Development of College Farm
  • Iva Scott Club
  • Social Science Club
  • Senior Class Gives Annual Play on Hill
  • Father of Former Teacher Succumbs – Benjamin Wilson
  • Classical Club
  • History Club
  • Sophs Win Intra-Mural Net Championship Here
  • Students Officiate at District Tourneys – Holland Harvey & Billy Haynes


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