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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:

  • Wright, Walter. Cherry Statue Unveiled at 3 PM Memorial Addresses Are Broadcast
  • Pay, Bob. Pigskin Feud of West Kentucky Breaks out Here again Saturday
  • Quartets Are Chosen by Men’s Glee Club
  • J. Cantrell, Slate Elected Heads of 1938 Talisman
  • L. T. Smith Leaves for Olympic Meet
  • Ewing Galloway ‘Visual Library’ IS Established
  • Western Players Give Unique Drama – Icebound
  • Horace Mann Plaque Presented by Class of 1937 on Nov. 12
  • Winners of Poster Contest Announced
  • Sybil Stonecipher Named Kentucky Classical Association Head
  • Riflemen to Display Silent Drill Nov. 20
  • Lee McClain Speaks
  • Regional Home Economics Group Meets Here November 19
  • Bulletin – WHAS Weekly Broadcast
  • Biography of Doctor Henry Hardin Cherry
  • Thirty-two Make Credit Study Trip
  • W.J. Craig Speaks to Ashland Alumni
  • Earl Moore, Frances Anderson on Alumni Program
  • Training School Has Vocational Projects
  • L.Y. Lancaster Elected Head of Local Kiwanis Club
  • County Groups Elect Officers
  • French Club Has Dinner
  • Women’s Athletic Association Announces Tournament
  • Merrill Schell Speaks on Broadcast
  • Intramurals near Finals of Tourney
  • All Industrial Arts Majors Graduating in June 1937 Are Employed
  • W.L. Matthews, M.C. Ford Go on Booster Tour
  • Contributors to the Fund for the Erection of the Statue of Dr. Henry Hardin Cherry Unveiled Today
  • State National Youth Administration Fund Is $3,526,582.67
  • Down to Sea Go Denizens
  • Fifty Agriculture Students Attend Livestock Show at Louisville
  • Notables Who Are Attending Unveiling Exercises Today
  • Out-Of-State Group Dines, Dances Nov. 9
  • Clarence Caple
  • ROTC Battalion Parade Held between Halves of Western-Illinois Game
  • Gordon Wilson, William Terry Speak at Leitchfield School – Gander Terry
  • Western Now in 3 Way Tie for Leadership
  • Response to Rifle Unit Tryout Call Is Greater on Nov. 1
  • Quartet Entertain Teachers October 15
  • E.A. Diddle Netmen Practice Early
  • George Thompson Ill
  • President Paul Garrett to Move Soon
  • T.C. Cherry Jr. Takes Post with New York Bankers
  • Students Used 201,587 Books during Past Year Library Survey Reveals
  • Freshmen Discuss Social Programs
  • President Paul Garrett Speaks to Juniors
  • Rifle Team Will Be Chosen November 20


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