Publication Date

4-25-1952

Abstract

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.

Regular features include:

  • Birds I View
  • Looking Backward
  • Hilltopics
  • Mind Your Manners
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Alumni News
  • Book Marks
  • Society Page
  • Faculty Notes
  • Training School Notes
  • Club News

Articles in this issue:

  • Gym Being Decorated for Big Talisman Ball Tonight
  • College Welcomes Music Festival Group
  • Date is Set for Education Council Banquet
  • Edwin Mims to Address English Club
  • Symphony Orchestra to Present Concert Sunday May 4
  • Seniors Show Wide Choice of Major Fields
  • “Sing Out, Sweet Land,” Players’ Final Production of School Year, is Musical
  • Concert Band Presents Annual Spring Concert
  • May 1 Deadline Set for Women’s Speech Contest
  • The Same Old Story Still a Tragic One – editorial
  • Bob Spiller Serving on Korean Front
  • Senior Receives National Science Foundation Fellowship
  • Speaks to American Chemical Society – George Glockler
  • Emily Porter to Present Concert this Sunday
  • Select Soloist for Symphony Orchestra
  • Attend AAUW Meet – Sibyl Stonecipher
  • Western ROTC Units Receive Satisfactory Ratings
  • Charles English Selected for National 4-H Camp
  • Western Air ROTC Chorus Heard at Bowling Green High
  • Present Program at Rotary Club
  • Eight Army ROTC Cadets Receive Commendations
  • Marine Recruiter to Visit Campus
  • Alfred Kirchner Replaces Frank Tarbutton in Army ROTC Unit
  • Graphic Arts Exhibited by Art Department
  • FHA Meets Here Elects Officers – Future Homemakers of America
  • 400 Attend Annual Western KEA Breakfast – Kentucky Education Association
  • Citizens National Bank Assistant Cashier Dies – Herbert Moltenberry
  • College to be Represented in Invitational Drill Meet
  • 46 Students Take Selective Service Exams
  • Edgar Stansbury Returns to United States
  • Owen Blanton Applies for Commission in Air Force
  • Eight to Enter Medical School
  • Dr. Bert Smith Delivers Speech to Sunday School Class
  • Students Express Views on Current Campus Problems
  • Mack Sisk Appointed Director fo State Publicity
  • Paul Terrill Takes Survey for National Council
  • Jim Pickens to be in Class A League
  • Seven Made DMS in Army ROTC
  • Jimmy Pickel Leads Golf Team to Second Victory
  • College High Holds Annual Banquet
  • Wilson, Gordon. Production Made Successful by Hard Work & Planning – The Merchant of Venice
  • Jerry Hornback Gets Superior; Debate Team Loses in State Contest
  • McLean Hall Wins Volleyball TOurney
  • E.A. Diddle to Coach Kentucky All-Stars
  • Bailey, Evelyn. What’s in a Name
  • Chorus to Present “Elijah” May 18
  • Plans Being Made for Open Shop
  • Claude Pickard, Richard Jett Receive Assistantships at Nebraska University

Disciplines

Communication | Higher Education Administration | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Public Relations and Advertising | Social History | Sociology | Sports Studies | United States History