Publication Date

4-26-1935

Abstract

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

  • Advice to the Lovelorn
  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class & Club
  • Personals
  • Society

This issue contains articles:

  • Kentucky Building Campaign Launched
  • Western’s 1935 Kentucky Education Association Breakfast Held a Success
  • Western Players to Accept Several Members
  • Western’s Band to Participate in Derby Event
  • What! No Poems?
  • Ferren, Paul. Pioneer Log Cabin to Be Realistic Copy of Pioneer Dwelling
  • Student Killed When Struck by Thrown Javenlin
  • Coy Hibbard Takes First Prize in Sales Contest
  • Brad Mutchler Named Captain of Court Squad
  • College Host to High School Music Festival
  • Mary Jaggers, Daisy Stirn, and Barbara Asher Win Beauty Awards
  • Dr. J. D. Falls to Deliver Mother’s Day Address
  • Sam Milner Enters Forensic Meet
  • Durham, Elizabeth. “Western Review” Printed No Political Controversy
  • Founder’s Day Program Given
  • Mother’s Day
  • Julius C. Justice – obituary
  • W.R. Spriegel Addresses Local Rotary Club
  • Angle, Rena. Talismania
  • Ferren, Paul. Speech Activities for Year Are Reviewed
  • Goes to Ohio – William Spriegel
  • Judson Griffin Sponsors Muscle Shoals Trip
  • Libbrary Receives Several Valuable Pictures, Books
  • Miss Sibyl Stonecipher Is Elected Officer of Classical Group
  • Slippery Rock Students, Faculty Visit Western
  • Baptist Student Union Has Banquet
  • Harry Glenn Elected President of “W” Club
  • Western Players Present One Act Play Next Tuesday Evening
  • Senior Day Program Is Repeated April 18
  • Baseball Games are Announced
  • Track Season to Open May 3
  • First Golf Match Slated Next Week at University of Louisville
  • Tennis Team is Organized
  • ROTC

Disciplines

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