Publication Date

2-17-1933

Abstract

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

  • Alumni News
  • Class & Club
  • Editorials
  • Exchange Tidbits
  • Lines & Spaces-
  • Personals
  • Society

This issue contains articles:

  • Rehearsals for ‘Spooks,’ Senior Play, Continue
  • Our Distinguished Alumni – Wallace Smith
  • Local Attorney Writes Book on Liquor Problem – Laurence Finn
  • Ministers Hold Chapel
  • Registration of Mid-year Nears Previous Years
  • Eastern Man Is Heard Here – Ambrose Suhrie
  • Valuable Donation Made – Mrs. Thomas Rennick
  • Accepts Position – Sheppard Walker
  • Uniontown Patrons Honor Otis Harkins
  • Undergo Operations – Leslie VanMeter, Billy Johnson
  • Personnel of Faculty Increased for Term
  • Several Recent Donations Augment Kentucky Museum Files
  • Dr. Nell Smith Receives International Fame
  • Hilltop Students and Faculty Join Dramatic Group
  • Morrow Mayo to Publish Book
  • Addresses Church Group – M.C. Ford
  • Mr. Nat Sewell Is Heard in Talk at Assembly
  • “American Harem” Is Presented at Chapel by Juniors
  • Lincoln Program Is Presented by History Group
  • History Head Ill – Arndt Stickles
  • Washington Program to be Presented
  • Appointed Committee Chairman – Susie West, Faculty Social Committee
  • Stickles, Arndt. Twenty-Five Years of Service at Western – Mattye Reid, Macon Leiper, John Clagett
  • George Wells Honored
  • Howard Taylor Becomes Postmaster
  • Sims, John. The Harbinger
  • Pearl, Quinn. Alack-a-Day!
  • Go to Farm Meeting
  • Miss Myrla Peck to Direct Operas
  • Robertson, Charley. Crows
  • Sims, John. On the Death of a Dog
  • Sims, John. Ank-se-Nomen
  • ROTC Notes
  • Miss Ethel Clarke Visits Hill
  • Win over Berea Boosts Hilltop Lead in State
  • Western Loses to Evansville by 36-30 Score
  • Victory from Eastern Gives Leads in State
  • Dormitory Assistants Have Unique Party
  • Track Teams Have Light Workouts
  • ’Toppers Take 2nd Decision from Louisville
  • Chattanooga Defeats ’Topper Cagers by 37-32 Score
  • Cards Resort to Grid Style in Home Game
  • Girls Organize Intramural Cage Clubs on Hilltop
  • ’Toppers Win Decision from Evansville Aces
  • Murray Frosh Lose Second Decision Here
  • Training School to Be Scene of District Tourney

Disciplines

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