Publication Date



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:

  • 333 Registered for Nine Weeks
  • Glee Club Slates Concerts at Home and on Two Tours
  • A Cappella Choir Broadcasts Next Thursday at Kentucky Education Assocation
  • Capacity House Sees ‘Aged 16,’ Historic Drama – Western Players
  • Dr. Thomas Vernor Smith to Deliver Commencement Address Here June 3
  • Debaters Meet Murray Tonight
  • Reviews Year’s Radio Programs
  • Completion of Talisman Near
  • Irene Groves to Be Featured in Annual, Communique Says
  • J.M.F. Hays Praises Ogden Spirit
  • Westerners to Appear at Kentucky Education Association
  • Eddie Nelson Speaks at Meet of American Physics Teachers
  • Vanderbilt to Present First Exchange Concert April 19
  • Senior Day Attendance Smashes All Past Records
  • Art from Perry Snell Group Displayed
  • William Webb Heard at Library Meet
  • Tremon McCuiston Made Army Lieutenant
  • 38 Make Tour on April 2, 3 – Geography
  • Dramatic Club to Present Mansians
  • Read Edwin Litseys’ Poems April 5
  • William Jouett Heads Senators
  • Dr. Earl Moore Speaks at English Club Meet
  • Traveling Student Enrolls Here – Will Harvey
  • Hygiene Poster Contest Winners Announced Today
  • Gander Terry Has Influenza Attack – William Terry
  • Baseball Tourney for Women Begins
  • Indianapolis Indians Appear Here April 13
  • Student Conducts Own Composition in Chapel Concert – William Gleichmann
  • Sextette Sings at All-States Meet
  • C.P. McNally Addresses Scientists Club
  • Seniors Are Invited to Visit Exhibit
  • President Paul Garrett Give Pictures to Art Department
  • County Delegation Presidents to Hold Banquet April 27
  • W.J. Craig Speaks at Senior Conclave
  • Bert Smith Addresses Group on Safety
  • Finely Grise Attends Dallas Meet
  • Outstanding in Physical Education and Athletic Activities
  • Science Labs Get Apparatus


Communication | Higher Education Administration | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Public Relations and Advertising | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Social History | Sociology | Sports Studies | United States History