Publication Date

11-4-1938

Abstract

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Regular features include:

  • Alumni News
  • Club Notes
  • Decade Ago on College Heights
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Payoff with Pay

This issue contains articles:

  • Homecoming Draws Over 500 Visitors
  • Three Budgeteers Enter Home Economics House – Home Management House
  • Home Economics Convention Held on Hill Oct. 28-9
  • Western Broadcast Date Set for January 13
  • Visual Library Opened to Homecomers
  • Volume Published on Noted Teacher – John Clagett
  • Glee Club Officers Elected for Year
  • “Hay Fever” to Play Here Thursday Night – Western Players
  • Paul Garrett to Speak to Alumni Groups
  • Chimes Ring out after Long Pause – Cherry Hall
  • Visit Friends in Bowling Green – Elizabeth Cherry
  • Talisman Officers Elected for 1939
  • Kentucky Library Holds Open House for Homecomers
  • Agriculture Club Boys Attend Meeting in Lexington
  • Classical Meet Held on Hill October 28-29
  • New Music Hall to Be Finished by April
  • Social Dancing Class Offered Each Tuesday
  • Fifty County Clubs Elect ’38-9 Officers
  • Scandal Columns
  • Geography Meeting Held at Glasgow
  • John Vincent Speaks to Music Club
  • Mrs. Walker Redd Dies at Cadiz October 12
  • Evans, Jake. Music Morsels
  • Genetics Class Attends Clinic at Nashville
  • Gordon Wilson to Attend Meeting Tomorrow
  • William Terry Speaks to Physical Education Club
  • NBC Presents Noted Drama for Season
  • Modern Choir Reorganized on Campus
  • Twenty-two Girls Compose Junior High Glee Club
  • English Faculty Entertain Gordon Wilson
  • Scientific Pictures Given by Physics Department
  • Technicolor on the Hill – Autumn
  • Former Student Appointed Head of Supply Firm – Denny Redd
  • Student Center Held at Hartford
  • E.H. Canon Re-Elected to Kiwanis Post
  • ROTC Officers Named for Year
  • Model of Statue Received Here – Henry Cherry
  • Western-Eastern Meet Tomorrow
  • Baby Toppers Play Murray Tomorrow
  • Noted Troupe to Appear Here on November 30 – Ted Shawn Dancers
  • Inter-Mural Program Planned for Season

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