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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:

  • Activities of Western Alumni Members
  • Pageant to be Given June 1-2-3 by Student Body – Pageant of Progress
  • Is Baccalaureate Speaker for Grads – Burris Jenkins
  • Classes to be Dismissed for KEA Meeting
  • To Deliver Alumni Address on June 3 – Charles Franklin
  • County School Heads in Meet Here Recently
  • KIPA to Hold Fall Convention at Western
  • Geographers in Spring Meeting
  • Attend Meeting in Interest of Local Museum – Kentucky Building
  • Notified of Father’s Death – D.A. Moore
  • Former Students Attend Banquet at Lewisport High
  • Registration is Held on April 6
  • Easter Sunrise Service Given
  • Museum Seeks Relic of First Oil Well
  • Annual College Heights Herald Banquet is Given
  • Field Trip Made by Geography Department
  • Judge Debates
  • Publicity Bureau Organized
  • Educational Council
  • Keep on the Walks
  • Knute Rockne
  • Landscaping Near Gym in Progress
  • Stickles, Arndt. The Magoffin Gift to the Kentucky Building
  • Medal Contests to be Conducted
  • W.M. Willey Addresses Eighth Grade Grads at Thurston School
  • Mothers’ Day to be Observed May 8
  • Intra-mural Tournament is Held for Girls
  • Alumna Heads Large Junior High School – Mattie Jones
  • Regional Tournament is Sponsored by Physical Education Department
  • Ernest R. Miller Heads Physical Education Department
  • Dr. H.P. Honaker Succumbs Here
  • Heads Department at University – Wylie McNeal
  • To Sponsor Cave Trip – Mammoth Cave National Park
  • Soph Play is Witnessed by Large Number – “Tommy”


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