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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class News
  • Club News
  • Editorials
  • High Spots of Chapel
  • Home Economics Notes
  • Impressions by O’ Laugh
  • Letters from Susie
  • Music Notes
  • Personals
  • Society
  • The Long & the Short of It by Pete & Repeat
  • Training School Notes

This issue contains articles:

  • Robert La Follette to Address Homecomers
  • Educators of Third District in Meet Here
  • Hilltopper Varsity & Frosh Both Meet Teams Tomorrow Afternoon
  • Bird Society of State Has Meeting Here
  • Several New Additions to Museum Made
  • Industrial Arts Dept. Installs New Equipment
  • George Hurst & Ed Sweeney Elected Cheer Leaders
  • Foundation in Annual Board Meeting Here
  • Hewes Working in Old Mexico
  • Five Teachers on Leave of Absence Now
  • Faculty Members Hold Study Centers
  • Robey, Howard. Ninety-Three Year Old Veteran Visits on Hill – M.B. Loveall
  • Group from Hill Attending Library State Meeting
  • Officer Aubrey Hoofnel Makes Catch
  • Library Science Club Organized
  • To Speak to Students of Methodist Sunday School – Lowe Johnson
  • Dr. N.O. Taff’s Book on Taxation is Published
  • Classical Club Plans Meet
  • Homecoming
  • Comments on Musical Programs Rendered at Chapel Exercises
  • Western’s Gift to the State – Kentucky Building
  • Where’s the Spirit
  • Upton, Arvin. Book Review of Mexico by Stuart Chase
  • Geographical Society
  • Cherry Country Life Club
  • Arts & Crafts Club
  • Chemistry-Physics Club
  • The French Club
  • The English Club
  • Congress Debating Club
  • D.D. Moseley Made Anchorage Principal
  • Ballard County Teachers Have High Standard
  • Homer Nicholas Has State Position
  • Stinner, J.T. On College Manners
  • Fern Cox Spends Interesting Vacation at Nantucket, Off Rhode Island Coast
  • Horace McMurtry at Cornell
  • Dr. James Barnes Writes Biography of Financier
  • Dramatic Club


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