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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:

  • Deadline for KIOC Entries to Be Feb. 15 – Kentucky Intercollegiate Oratorical Contest
  • City Council Reports Donation of Lot for Grave of Dr. Henry Cherry
  • Franz Strahm Presents Recital after Two Years of ‘Silence’
  • Senior ‘Who’s Who’ Contest Postponed
  • Seward, R.H. Foundation Makes Plea for Payment of Pledges – Kentucky Building
  • Torstrick, Louis. Rare Folio Edition of Indian Lore in Kentucky Museum
  • Art Exhibit Is on Display in Room 300, Cherry Hall
  • Emile Baume, Pianist, Is to Appear Jan 24
  • Indiana Team Vans Western
  • Mother of Dean Ill – Mrs. G.C. Grise
  • Geographers Give Program
  • Federal Hill Is Program Theme
  • Wright, Walter. Lamented ‘Spoonholer’ Is Gone; Memories Remain
  • Charles Ragland Is West Point Nominer
  • Hilltoppers to Tackle Thorobreds Tomorrow at 7:30 in Gym Here
  • Armanda Thorburn Poem Is to Be Republished
  • James Cornette to be Away
  • Congress Debating Club Adopts Constitution
  • Trust Company Names M.C. Ford Vice President
  • Tuesday at 3:30 WHAS
  • Tennessee Polytechnic Institute Bows to Frosh Squad
  • December ‘Teachers College Heights’ Is ‘Founders’ Number
  • Freshmen Down Lindsey-Wilson
  • Ornithology Study to Be Published in Gordon ‘Wilson Bulletin’
  • Hygiene Pictures Shown
  • WSM Broadcast Honors John Clagett
  • Check – Book Survey
  • Ethel Follin Gets Junior Membership in Social Workers
  • Famed Kentuckian’s Letter Is Given to Kentucky Collection – George Prentice
  • Pre-Ministerial Club Organized
  • William McCrocklin Addresses Rotarians
  • Munfordville Swats Cardinals – College High
  • Fund for National Youth Administration Work Back to Normal in 1938 after Slash
  • John Vincent Convalesces after Appendectomy
  • Best Sellers Are Reviewed by Club – Leiper English Club
  • Paul Garrett Address Freshman Conclave
  • Ernest Jones Made Crafts President
  • Frances Kingery .. Heads Classicists
  • School History Is Council Program
  • Iva Scott Group Hears Mrs. Fred Pace
  • Constitution Adopted by Out-of-State Club
  • L.Y. Lancaster Heads Kiwanians
  • Enrollment to Be up in Spring Term Officials Report
  • 23 Training School Grad Enter Western
  • International Relations Group Continues Forum
  • Seniors Present Chapel Program
  • Louis Salmon’s Mother Succumbs
  • Biologists Study A.J. Kinnaman’s Work
  • Marion Delegation Holds Dinner Meet
  • Golf Class Will Be Offered on Demand
  • Physical Education Group Hears Finley Grise
  • Red and Grey Orchestra Books Four-Week Contract
  • Historians Study U. S. Constitution
  • Work on Music Hall Rapidly Takes Form
  • Rejuvenated Intramurals Begin Soon, Report Says
  • Tommy Ayers Recovers


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