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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:

  • Hilltoppers Win Pershing Rifles’ Drill Meet
  • Wright, Walter. Turtle Zoop Hardshell ‘Shadow Derby’ Rated Turf Classic of Season
  • J.C. Cantrell Charges ‘Subtle Aversion’ – Congress Debating Club
  • Plan Reunion for Southern Normal Graduates of 1899 – Class of 1899 (SNS)
  • Medal Tests to be Held May 27 – Ogden Medal, Robinson Medal
  • Glee Club Tour to End Tonight
  • 7 from Western Attend Academy Sessions Today – Kentucky Academy of Science
  • Rosalie Perling Wins First Prize in Talisman Reservation Sales
  • Strife Doomed if Mothers Had Their Way, Dr. Charles Welch, Mothers Day Speaker, Says
  • J.R. Griffin Plans Trip; Will Visit Tidewater Region on Excursion
  • Dinner Dance 165 Expected to Attend; Floor Show Planned for Event
  • Regents to Meet on Hill Tomorrow
  • Teaching Clinic to be Held Here on Saturday
  • Advisory Committee on Teacher Training Holds Session Here
  • Second Marionette Show Slated Today
  • Commencement Slate Is Given
  • Observe Week with Festival – National Music Week
  • Field Meet Is Slated May 20 – ROTC
  • Chorus Sings at Vanderbilt
  • Jewell Samples Heads Arts and Crafts for Fall
  • Faculty Picnic Held at Beech Bend Park
  • Tennisters to Meet Centre College Here Today
  • Trackmen Drop Meet with Tennessee Polytechnic Institute
  • Crowdus Hotshots Win Halo in Final Intramural Round – Intramurals
  • Gilbert Holbrook Announces Group Picnic May 17 – Daviess County Delegation
  • E.A. Diddle Heads KIAC for 1939
  • James Cornette Is Speaker at Banquet; Reviews Western Background – English Club
  • Maude Holdhouse Elected Secretary of Women’s Athletic Association at State Conclave
  • Jackson Purchase Counties Hold Picnic Dinner
  • ROTC Inspections to Be May 18
  • Seniors Hold Final Session to Discuss Graduation Events
  • Helen Ruckman Fined for Using Mother Tongue – Le Cercle Francais
  • John Muir Trail Is Topic of Semplia


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