Publication Date

9-29-1933

Abstract

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

  • Alumni News
  • Class & Club
  • Editorials
  • Trype
  • Personals
  • Society

This issue contains articles:

  • Schools Need Changes, Says Kentucky Educational Commission Report
  • Cedar House Radio Meets Tragic End
  • Training School Opens Sept. 12
  • Sister of Blanche Fitzsimmons Dies of Scarlet Fever – Mary Fitzsimmons
  • Psychology Head Visit West – M.L. Billings
  • Baptist Young Peoples Union Groups Meet
  • Fall Semester Registration Closes Sept. 25
  • Install Broadcasting Station
  • To Address Teachers – W.L. Matthews
  • Grad to Visit Hill – Arnold Winkenhofer
  • Thirteen Rules for Use of Library Are Given
  • ROTC Directs Traffic
  • Five Teachers Granted Leave for Fall Term
  • Classes Convene to Elect Yell Leaders – Cheerleaders
  • Blind Girl Attends Western – Mary Jackson
  • Faculty Reception on Hill Tonight
  • Reception Held for Freshmen
  • New Herald Officers for Year Announced Conduct Study Centers
  • Conduct Study Centers
  • Kin of Miss Frances Anderson Dies – Mary Smith
  • To Meet Here – Third District Educational Association
  • Program for Homecoming Announced
  • Western to Have Eighty-Piece Band
  • Dr. Cherry Speaks
  • Homecoming
  • The Herald’s New Deal
  • The Old Story
  • Wilson, Gladys. Evangeline Country Visited by Dr. Gordon Wilson
  • Pearl, Quinn. The Lightnin’ Bug
  • Rice, Nakoma. On Hearing an Organ
  • Summer Term Graduates – Class of 1933
  • Pearl, Quinn. Ambition
  • Dr. R.O. Perry Visits West
  • Pearl, Quinn. The Yankee Dollar
  • Goes to Columbia – Elizabeth Cherry
  • Robertson, Charley. White Clouds Flying
  • Mr. A.C. Burton’s Sister Dies – Carrie Carpenter
  • Varsity Team Opens Season September 30
  • Swimming Pool Is Used During Warm Autumn Weather
  • Robertson, Charley. So What?
  • Susie, Married, Writes of Vacation Trips
  • Chapel Calendar
  • Visits Gulf Coast – W.J. Craig

Disciplines

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