Publication Date

3-4-1938

Abstract

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

  • Alumni News
  • Editorials
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Sports Shorts

This issue contains articles:

  • Gordon Edwards, Catherine Canon Enter State Oratory Meet
  • Welch, John. Sad Fate of Reporter Is Disclosed in Chance Find
  • Lithographs Will Be Used in Annual – Talisman
  • Otto Rothert Speaks on Pioneer ‘Outlaws’
  • Returned to Hospital – Beulah Campbell
  • Fairchild, Wayne. Now All Is Quiet on the Hill, an Old Rustic Bridge Speaks
  • Sarah Jeffries Gets Silver Plaque
  • Deadline for Talisman Pictures to Be March 15
  • Senators, Big 4 to Clash Today
  • Semester Schedule Released through Personnel Office
  • Mrs. Joe Wilson Dies Wednesday
  • Genetics Class Has Study Tour
  • Cast Selected for ‘Aged 26’ – Western Players
  • 64 Students Given Penmanship Award
  • Warner Willey Has Article in Journal of NEA
  • Norvelle Sutherland Convalesces
  • Jitney Players Coming Mar. 11
  • Moss, Louise. Astronomical Phenomena Draw Students of Star, Relativity
  • Lyric Soprano to Sing Here – Carolyn Urbanek
  • Pendleton Sandefur Is First in Opening Drive of Talisman Sales
  • Reid Sterrett Named Radio Assistant
  • Hilltoppers Turn Back Louisiana Normal 45-30
  • Paul Garrett Returns from NEA Meet
  • W.M. Pierce Attends Meet
  • Wright, Walter. A History of the Village – Cherryton
  • Band, History Club Broadcast
  • C. I. Garrett Made Military President
  • Magnolia Scoville Addresses Club
  • French Club Holds Mardi Gras March 1
  • Badminton Tourney Postponed
  • Orchestra Has WHAS Program
  • Ruth Stratton Convalesces
  • Irving Jackson to Head Social Scientists
  • Jitney Players to Appear March 11
  • ‘The Rivals’ to Be English Club Topic
  • Der Fuhrer’s Policy Is Studied by Club – Adolf Hitler, International Relations Club
  • Palmer Cox Heads Scientists’ Group
  • Two Students Are to Enter Flying School: 4 Others Await O. K.
  • Virginia Davis Is Librarian’s President
  • Freshmen Plan Party and Dance March 18
  • Dormitory Girls May Keep Radios in Study Rooms
  • White, Katherine. Juniors to Revive Some Old Kentucky Customs March 25
  • Tuberculosis Test Pictures Are Being Developed by Board

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