Publication Date

7-1-1938

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:

  • Noted Minister Conducts Second Vesper Service – T.E. Gouwens
  • Work on Heating Plant Planned to Begin Soon
  • Jubilee Singers Give Program
  • 1,300 Students Enroll for First Summer Term
  • Noted Speaker Heard Here – John Hill
  • Pay, Robert. Married – Carl Anderson
  • Western Observes 4th of July
  • President Paul Garrett Receives LL.D. Degree
  • Fifteen Hundred Attend Open Shop – Industrial Arts
  • Instructors Work toward Ph. D.s
  • First Vesper Held June 19
  • Training School Leader Resigns – W.L. Matthews
  • Heart Attack Fatal to Former Student – Earl Rexroat
  • Raymond Hornback, Herbert Ward Elected to Alumni Positions
  • Telephone Company Gives Materials – Physics
  • Class 1898 Holds Reunion – Southern Normal School
  • National Youth Administration Program to Continue
  • 2nd Annual “Men’s Round-Up” Held Here Yesterday
  • Major E.B. Crabill Assumes Post as ROTC Director
  • Martha Orendorf Succeeds Geraldine Stephan in College High
  • French Club Presents Cup – Mrs. J.H. Clagett
  • Dr. Gordon Wilson Speaks at Kiwanis Meeting
  • O’Daniel, Sim. Students Helps Western Western Helps Students
  • Library Receives File of English Magazine
  • Red and Gray Orchestra Continue During Summer
  • Advertising Is Topic for Class Talk
  • Basil Cole Return to Western
  • James Cornette Resumes Position
  • Work Advances on Music Hall
  • Earl Moore Delivers June Commencement, Geneva
  • Ella Jeffries Tours West and River Section
  • Progress Made on Landscape Project
  • Nelle Travelstead Resumes Position on Faculty
  • Ed Stansbury’s Articles Appear in Local Paper
  • Pool Reconditioned before Opening
  • 31 ROTC Boys Attend Camp
  • Local Kiwanis Sponsor Derby – Soap Box Derby
  • “Chuck” Taylor Selects Local Star – William McCrocklin aka Red
  • Meador, Opal. Kentucky Museum Surveyed by Reporter
  • Vesper Speaker Talks in Chapel – Henry Sherwood
  • Golfer Turns in Unusual Score – Lee Mulloy
  • 155 Students Enroll in Fine Arts
  • Lotta Day, Gabrielle Robertson Tour in South
  • William Spriegels Visit Friends Here

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