Publication Date

12-3-1937

Abstract

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

  • Alumni Notes
  • Athletics
  • Clubs
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Sports Shorts

This issue contains articles:

  • Lance, Orville. Toppers, Thorobreds Battle to 7-7 Tie; Both ‘Snowed Under’
  • Grabill, Dale. Modern Music to Be Heard on Hill
  • Josephine Lowman Lectures at Music Hall in Cincinnati
  • Girls Sextette to Sing for Education Council
  • ‘States on Parade’ Is Chapel Feature
  • ROTC and Band to Clash; Soup Bowl Title Is at Stake
  • ’Toppers Close ‘Record Year’ – Football
  • Vocational Guidance Broadcast Given
  • Country Life Is WHAS Feature
  • Earl Moore Attends Radio Broadcast Conclave in Chicago Nov. 29
  • International Relations Club Has Forum on Problems
  • Marks Speaks at Burkeville
  • Military Queen Selection Near
  • Editor and Business Manager of Herald Attending Convention – John Welch & William Oates
  • Mary Sellers Made Physical Education President
  • Mary Lemons Studies Art Vocations
  • Talisman Staff Now Completed
  • Final List of County Group Officers Given
  • Kelly Thompson Returns to Publicity Post
  • Drill Team to Be Picked This Week – Pershing Rifles
  • Exams Scheduled Today
  • Netmen to Meet McKendree Five in Opening Game
  • Clarence Whalin Elected Chairman of Alumni Group
  • John B. Thomas Will Teach at duPont Manual
  • Bees Are Devotees of Chime Concerts – Cherry Hall
  • Credit Study Summarized
  • Training School Pupils Complete Indian Project
  • A.A. Page Elected Head of Ashland Alumni
  • John Rodes Makes Gift of Manuscripts to Kentucky Library
  • English Club Studies Work of Emerson
  • Augustus Caesar Is Classicists’ Study
  • Arts and Crafts to Try Booster Contest
  • Iva Scott Group Initiation Held
  • Seward, R.H. Educational Stepping-Stones
  • Jake Evans Takes Ping Pong Tourney
  • Fred Nahm Jr. Leads College High Seniors
  • 43 Freshmen Report for Net Team Posts
  • SIAA Tourney to be Invited
  • Lucille Hornaday May Study at Sorbonne, Paris

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