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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class News
  • Club News
  • Personals
  • Society

This issue contains articles:

  • Macon Leiper Former Instructor, Dies
  • Robert Schell Wins Trustees Annual Award
  • Attends Conferences – Frederick Archer
  • Judson R. Griffin
  • Will B. Hill
  • Wagoner, Hubert. Faculty Members Are Tall Fishermen, Stories Aver
  • Enrollment for Summer Term Is Satisfactory
  • Shultz, Raymond. Drouth Threatens to Ruin R.C. Woodward’s Handiwork
  • 100 Students Are Awarded Certificates - Penmanship
  • Radio Programs Will Be Given in Fall Term
  • Kentucky Library Secures Courier Journal Files
  • New Teachers Are Employed for Summer
  • ROTC Is Rated Excellent by Examiners
  • John Welch Is Appointed New Business Manager
  • Community Vesper Services Are Begun Here
  • Newhauer, Emma. Student Finds Enrollment Day Is One of Extremities
  • Welch, John. Statistics Are Available on National Youth Administration Program
  • Greyhound Lines Plan Bus Terminal for Western Students
  • Criticisms Invited
  • Keep off the Grass
  • Master of His Profession – Henry Cherry
  • Macon Anderson Leiper
  • Wilson, Gordon. Tidbits of Kentucky Folklore
  • L.T. Smith
  • Welch, John. Hilltopics
  • Collection of Native Birds in Kentucky Museum Growing
  • Kelly Thompson
  • Kentucky Authors to Visit on Hill
  • Dr. Gordon Wilson Intends to Continue Folklore
  • Class of 1920 Meets for Annual Reunion
  • Swimming Pool Is Opened for Summer
  • R.D. Perry to Present Concert
  • Commencement Closed May 28
  • Dr. H.H. Cherry Finds “School of Fish” While Angling
  • Chorus Organized by Dr. West Richards for Summer Term
  • Training School Is Having Playground Reconstructed
  • Talisman Well Received
  • Foundation for New Building Is Being Laid – Cherry Hall
  • Western Boys Pastime for Local Teams
  • Trip Is Planned to Centennial - Texas
  • Western Students Make Trip to Tidewater Region
  • Forty Students to Leave on Excursion Tomorrow Morning – Tennessee Valley Authority


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