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

  • Alumni News
  • Class & Club
  • Collegiate Days & Nights
  • Exchange Gleanings
  • Personals
  • Society
  • The Sport Light

This issue contains articles:

  • Third District Teachers Open Meeting Today
  • Western’s Band Will Play at Local Bazaar
  • History Groups to Have Annual Luncheon Nov. 3
  • Try-outs Held – Western Players
  • Football Tomorrow
  • Baptist Students Have First Meeting
  • Order New Uniforms – WKU Marching Band
  • Angle, Rena. Homecoming, Western’s Gala Event, Was Started in ’27; Team Has Been Winner in Five of Annual Classics
  • Cheer Leaders for ’34 Chosen by Chapel Vote
  • Homecoming Program
  • Schoolmasters’ Club Meets October 9th
  • Goes to Scottsville
  • Keller, Roy. Cedar House Is Now Open Entire Week
  • Largest Homecoming Crowd in History of Western Will Trek to Hill on Nov. 3
  • Student Employees Get First Pay Checks – Federal Emergency Relief Administration
  • Appears on Program – Warren County Convention of Christian Churches
  • Homecoming
  • Life More Life
  • The Cedar House
  • Angle, Rena. The Magic Word
  • Periodical Library Used by Many Students
  • Angle, Rena. I Thought It Would Come to This
  • Directors of College Heights Foundation Hold Meeting Oct. 1
  • Visit on Hill – Cedar Grove School
  • Western Holds Memphis Squad to A 0-0 Score
  • Cheer Section Moved Across Ball Grounds
  • Band Members Go to Smiths Grove
  • College High Boys Lose to Elkton
  • McCombs, Harold. Something Called God
  • Band Organized – The Westerners
  • Eight Sports are Slated in Intramurals
  • Frosh Squad Will Open Season Today
  • Enrollment Large – Chemistry
  • New Test Program Is Inaugurated in Training School Classes
  • Jones, Clyde. Dawn
  • Kentucky Bird Lovers Convene Today Near Reelfoot
  • Dramatic Group Will Present Play Nov. 14
  • College High School Orchestra Makes First Appearance
  • D.W. Richards Composes New School Pep Song
  • Dr. M.C. Ford Speaks at Kiwanis Club
  • Cheek, Dorothy. Kentucky Library Gets Interesting Historical Record
  • Edmonson School Fair Is Success
  • The House That Was a Wedding Fee
  • Logan, Lena. Eminent Early Kentuckians – General Benjamin Logan


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