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

  • Alumni News
  • Chapel Calendar
  • Class & Club
  • Editorials
  • Exchange Tidbits
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Training School Notes
  • Trype

This issue contains articles:

  • College Entertains Official Group – Kentucky General Assembly
  • Jim Cotton Roby Is Injured in Accident
  • Men Dancers Appear Here – Ted Shawn
  • Western to Encounter University of Louisville in SIAA Meet
  • Jubilee Singers Will Be Here Soon
  • Congressman William Upshaw Speaks in Assembly
  • Mrs. W.M. Bailey, Former Matron Here, Dies
  • Students Have Parts in Local Guild Production – Under Cover
  • Appear on Program
  • Mary Travelstead and Ewell Waddell Win Contest
  • R.A. Demunbrun Speaks at Capitol Gathering
  • Former Herald Editor Addresses Group Here – Roy Owsley
  • Visits in Florida – Bess Cherry
  • Department Nears Record – Penmanship
  • Jean Thomas Speaks Here
  • Sister of Professor Killed in Accident – Anne Clagett
  • Aromatics Problem Is Puzzler to Uncle Alec – J.R. Alexander
  • I. A. Butler Is Chosen Head of Men’s Glee Club
  • Four Cheer Leaders Attend Tournament
  • Western Wins State Championship
  • Stagecrafters to Present Minstrel
  • Keeping the Walls Clean
  • The Mass Chapel
  • Team Work
  • Buy a Talisman Made Slogan By Sales Force
  • Butler, A.J. I Love to Hear the Rain
  • Pearl, Quinn. Sonnet
  • Students’ Notebooks to be Exhibited – Penmanship
  • Dr. A.L. Crabb is Chapel Speaker Here
  • Advice to the Lovelorn
  • ROTC
  • Undergoes Operation – Josephine Hardy
  • Lancaster, L.Y. The Nobel Prize & The Recent Kentucky Winner
  • Max Reid Stars as Freshmen Win
  • Western Downs Tennessee Poytechnic
  • Frosh Netters Gain Victory Over Murray
  • Morganfield Falls Before Fresh
  • University of Louisville Wins Over Western
  • Western Takes 32-13 Beating – Eastern Kentucky University
  • Schoolmasters’ Club Has Meeting
  • Peabody Graduates hold Annual Meeting


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