Publication Date

8-5-1938

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:

  • A.C. Burton Memorial Erected at Fairview Cemetery
  • History Club Holds Meeting
  • National Youth Administration Allotment Expected Soon
  • Collection Placed Here – Kentucky Museum, C.R. Edwards
  • C.H. Jaggers to Succeed W.L. Matthews – Training School
  • 800 Future Farmers of America Boys Meet on Hill
  • Fish Fry Held July 23
  • Wharton, Paul. Wild Life on the Campus – Skunks
  • Glenn Maxwells Leave for Brazil
  • Roger Nooe to Speak to Graduates
  • Music Building Plans Altered
  • Work on Hybrid Seed Conducted by Charles Taylor
  • Large Crowd Witness Soap Box Derby Here
  • Art Exhibit Planned for Fall
  • 2021 T.B. Tests Given Students - Tuberculosis
  • Ornithology Class Takes Field Trip
  • 765 Students Enter July 18
  • Noted Speaker to Appear Here – Harry Spillman
  • Landscaping Project Started on Campus
  • Mrs. Penick’s Mother Dies August 1 – Mrs. J.B. Smith
  • Degrees to Be Conferred on 172 Seniors August 19
  • Famous Photographer Visits Campus – Ewing Galloway
  • Article to Appear in Bird Lore – Gordon Wilson
  • Educational Picture Shown Here
  • Library Test Reveals Westerners Superior
  • Visitor Comments on Conditions in China – Seng Sen Yui
  • ’38 Graduates
  • Work on Heating Plant Nearing Completion
  • Hickman, Fulton, Carlyle Students to Attend Camp
  • Rural Life Group Meets at Western
  • Eubank, Martha. Western Teams Lose Prominent Players
  • Arts Student Build and Repair
  • Western Faculty Visit Rural Schools
  • Charles Smith Takes Tourney
  • Swimming Meet Held Today
  • 141 Enroll in Adult Education Class
  • Mitchell Clark Receives Fellowship
  • Camp Advisers Attend Meet – Civilian Conservation Corps
  • Paul Smith Wins Tourney
  • Frank Baker Wins Future Farmers of America Contest
  • ROTC Classmen Leave Camp
  • Guy Foreman Returns in the Fall
  • 1167 Take Work by Extension
  • Hamby, Beneva. College Heights Foundation History Written by Reporter
  • Noted Author Speaks to Future Farmers of America Group – Lucy Furman
  • Social Science Council Formed for Cave Area
  • Movie of Classic Shown Here – Lady of the Lake

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