Publication Date

4-1-1938

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:

  • Observe Ogden Founders’ Day
  • Catherine Canon Will Enter Meet at Northwestern
  • 21 Attend Baptist Student Union Retreat March 24
  • 3,600 Accept Invitation to Senior Day Program
  • Make Medal Award Plans – Ogden Medal, Robinson Medal
  • Musicians Attend National Meet of Music Educators
  • Erection of Bronze Chain Around Cherry Statue Completed
  • Frogale, W.C. Zouaves to Be Crack Exhibit
  • Gordon Wilson Delivers Commencements
  • Schedule for Talisman Pictures Announced
  • Talisman Presents Feature Group at Dance on April 8
  • Dorm Dance Will Feature April Fool
  • Senators to Stage Two Debates Tonight
  • Paul Garrett Addresses Superintendents at Madisonville Meet
  • Students Appear in ‘Cradle Song,’ Guild’s Final Season Production – Bowling Green Players’ Guild
  • Sales Contests Are Suspended
  • Mary Lemons’ Story of Marionettes Is in Everyday Art
  • 350 Expected Here April 4
  • Music, Forensic Winners in Meet Here Announced
  • Western Players Present New Type of Drama in ‘Aged 26’
  • Elizabeth Woods Heard on Broadcast
  • Musicians Hear Johana Harris Concert
  • John Keats’ Life Is Radio Feature
  • Robert Pay Is to Be Interviewed on National Youth Administration at Kentucky Education Associaton Meet
  • Women’s Softball Tourney Practice Began This Week
  • 200 Councilers Attend Session – Pennyroyal Geography Council
  • Quartet Appears on Mule Day Program
  • 19 Teams Enter Intra Tourneys – Intramurals
  • Carl Anderson Resigns Post as Athletic Director
  • Spring Grid Drill Reaches last Lap; Scrimmages Held
  • Out-of-State Club Delays Pin Order
  • 13 Awarded Net Letters
  • Waddell Murphy Has Operation on Knee
  • Geographers to Go to Muscle Shoals
  • Choir Presents Gounod’s ‘Gallia’
  • Band Schedule for Spring Is Filled, R.D. Perry Says Today
  • 30 Freshmen Win Numerals, Coach Ed Stansbury Says
  • Classicists Tour Rome in Fantasy – FCG Classical Club
  • Arts & Crafts Club Tours Central Kentucky
  • Japanese Art Is on Display
  • Physical Education Club Plans Recreational Hour
  • Summer Teachers College Heights Is to Be out Today
  • Pauline Dearing Succumbs; Funeral Held on March 24

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