Publication Date

7-8-1932

Abstract

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class News
  • Club News
  • Editorials
  • Library Notes – Kentucky Library
  • Lines & Spaces
  • Personals
  • Society
  • The Long & the Short of It by Pete & Repeat
  • The Stumbling Block by Charlene Nunn
  • Training School Notes

This issue contains articles:

  • Grounds Near New Building Are Improved – Kentucky Building
  • Harvard University Gives Scholarship to W.L. Matthews
  • Dr. J.L. Harman Speaks Before Students Here
  • Fletcher Holman & Wendell Johnson to Lead Western Teams
  • Education Council Holds Summer Meet
  • Students, Faculty Members Guests at Peabody Conference
  • J. Marvin Williams is Appointed to Military Academy
  • Colonel Thomas Rothwell to Visit Japan
  • James Tanner New Alumni Head
  • Dr. Bruce Payne is to Speak to August Classes
  • Dr. Henry Cherry Addresses All Groups on Hill
  • Dr. Bert R. Smith is Given Place in Finance Group
  • Husband of Senior Dies at Evansville – Joe Riggs
  • Students Make Field Trip During July 4th Holidays
  • Mr. Horace McMurtry Returns to Faculty
  • Jesse Elliott’s Mother Succumbs
  • Dr. Arndt Stickles Speaks at Rotary Meeting
  • Theses Completed by M.A. Graduates
  • Deemer Presents Flowers
  • Public Problems Course for Summer is Ended
  • Physical Education Club Has Outing
  • Professor Strahm to Spend Vacation in Native Germany
  • Father of Marven Whipple Succumbs
  • The Retrenchment Program
  • Thomas, John Jr. Silas Marner vs. Shylock
  • Burchette, George. Out of the Fog
  • Brown, Claude. Western’s Declaration of Dependence
  • Robertson, Charley. Two Kinds of Geography
  • Mr. H.L. Stephens Given Doctor of Philosophy Degree
  • Four Make Camping Trip to Gasper
  • Robertson, Leslie. Divine Unity
  • Burchette, George. Recess Time
  • Ford, Izora. Dust
  • Father of Training School Teacher Dies - ? Gaines
  • Robertson, Charley. Then & Now
  • Robertson, Richmond. Steps of Youth
  • Class Group Has Luncheon – Class of 1920

Disciplines

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