Publication Date

3-18-1938

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:

  • Geographers Meet Here on Saturday
  • Western Students’ Art Work to Be in New York Exhibit
  • Landscaping Around Cherry Hall Begins
  • 4 Teams Enter Meet on May 6 – Pershing Rifles
  • Grise, George. Carolyn Urbanek Closes Concert Season
  • M.C. Ford Addresses Soil Conservation Staffs
  • Freshman Dance to Be Held Tonight in Gym
  • Johanna Harris to Appear Here
  • Eddie Nelson Gets Columbia University Assistantship Award
  • SIAA Committee Holds Session on Constitution Here
  • Basketball Banquet to Be Held March 25
  • Pershing Rifles’s Sponsor – Martha Lampkin
  • Edward Keen Dies after Long Illness
  • C.N. Channon Directs Choir
  • 3500 Expected at Fifth Annual High School Senior Day
  • CBS Broadcasts ‘Grecian Songs’ – John Vincent
  • A.Y. Lloyd Speaks Here on Security Acts
  • Mary Chisholm Makes Observation
  • Rehearsals of ‘Aged 26’ Is in Full Swing; Play to Go on Boards April 7 – Western Players
  • Catherine Canon Wins in State Contest
  • Carl Anderson Removed from Hospital; to Resume Duties Soon
  • Arndt Stickles’ Brother Dies at Coal City – John Stickles
  • Astronomer Lectures Here – Latimer Wilson
  • Sybil Stonecipher to Edit Bulletin
  • Classic Drama Attracts 750
  • George Trigg Named Head of Presidents Club
  • Squad Honored at Banquet – Basketball
  • Congress Debaters Meet Union at Jackson, Tennessee, Tonight
  • Judges of Music Festival April 23 Announced Today
  • ‘The Rival’ Is WHAS Feature
  • Biographies Among List of New Books Library Announces
  • Files of C.U. McElroy Gift to Kentucky Library Cataloged
  • Jefferson Group Has Party Monday
  • Cardinals Give WHAS Program
  • Planned Agriculture Discussed by Cherry Country Life Club
  • Freshmen Present Musical Program in Chapel March 9
  • Date of Music Hall Completion Remains Uncertain, Report
  • Ben Reeves Wins Award of Future Farmers
  • Old Maestro Given New Car by Citizens – E.A. Diddle
  • Alvis Temple Addresses Journalism Class
  • Surveying Students Plan Pipe Project – Works Progress Administration
  • Badminton Tourney, Tennis Practice to Get Started Monday
  • National Youth Administration Occupational Bulletin on Banking Industry Published
  • Bo McMillin Assists in Early Grid Drill
  • Only 2 of 380 Are Actively Infected X-rays Indicate - Tuberculosis
  • Athletic Committee Decides against National Tournament Entry
  • Penmanship Students Progress Recognized
  • Two-Thirds of 100 Best Books Are in Circulation, Report
  • Library Receives 2 Books on Etiquette
  • Miss Sybil Stonecipher Honored by Club
  • Talisman to Give Dance on April 8
  • Sophomores Vote Social Committee
  • Junior-Senior Prom Plans Made March 10
  • Other States Taught in Tennessee School
  • Tour Is Planned for Arts & Crafts Club
  • M.C. Ford Speaks at Iva Scott Club Banquet
  • James Short Named Biology Club Head
  • Reviews Presented by English Club
  • Central Europe Is Discussed by International Relations Club
  • Dramatists Present Two One-Act Plays – Dramatic Club
  • J.B.E. LaPlante Speaks on Federal Farm Credit
  • Paul Garrett Addresses Graduates of 1938
  • Historians Study Electric Problem
  • Lewisburg Wins Regional Crown – College High
  • Intramurals Are Planned
  • Girls Orchestra Is on Club’s Program
  • Works Progress Administration Group Plans Permanent Program of Adult Education
  • Council Studies Teacher Training

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