Publication Date

5-13-1932

Abstract

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class News
  • Club News
  • Editorials
  • Letters from Susie
  • Lines & Spaces
  • Oriental Odds & Ends by Raymond Hornback
  • Personals
  • Society
  • The Long & the Short of It by Pete & Repeat
  • Training School Notes

This issue contains articles:

  • William McAdoo Heard in Speech on Agriculture
  • Annual Camping Trip is Planned – Mammoth Cave National Park
  • Eleven Games Scheduled for 1932 Gridders
  • Mother’s Day Brings Large Crowd to Hill
  • Lorado Taft to Deliver Commencement Address
  • New Pool to be Opened in Coming Week
  • Robinson, Ogden Medals Are to be Awarded Here
  • Inititial Copy of Talisman is Received
  • ROTC Rifle Men Capture Championship
  • English Club Members Hear Dr. L.B. Salomon
  • Craig, W.J. Graduates’ Directory is Conducted by W.J. Craig
  • Miss Margie Helm at National Meet of Librarians
  • Dr. M.L. Billings Made Chairman of State Group
  • Martha Bass is Made President of State Group
  • Helm, Margie. Library Circulation is Reported by Miss Helm
  • Strahm, Johnson Give Broadcast
  • Art Instructors Attend Convention
  • Woodring, Franklyn. After Love
  • Maxwell, Glenn. Tribute Where Tribute is Due
  • Fads & Frills
  • Campus Clean-Up
  • Ninth National Music Week is Observed Here
  • French Club
  • Other States Club
  • Arts & Crafts Club
  • Girls’ Physical Education
  • Cherry Country Life Club
  • Franklin High School Band Gives Program
  • Faculty Members Give Kiwanis Club Program
  • Band Broadcasts at Nashville Station
  • Robey, Howard. Library Pests
  • Hatcher, Ellen. Miss Mary Lyne in China
  • Cambron, Moseley. Spring

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