Publication Date

10-7-1938

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:

  • Fall Registration Brings 1575 to College Heights
  • W.E. Watson Accepts Position in State Institution – Kentucky Institute for the Feeble-Minded
  • Ezell Welburn Conducts Study Center in Owensboro
  • Training School Adopts New Program – Football
  • Western Band Enrolls 108
  • Western Eleven Meets Howard Tomorrow
  • C.H. Jaggers Assumes Duties as College High Director
  • College Heights 10 Years Ago
  • Walter Malone Leaves Hill
  • College High Enrollment Shows Increase
  • Popular Co-ed to Represent Western at Tobacco Festival – Martha Lamkin
  • 400 Freshmen Attend Party
  • L.Y. Lancaster Appointed to Kiwanis Post
  • Conducts Gymanfa Ganu – West Richards
  • Miss Frances Anderson’s Mother Dies September 19 – Clementina Anderson
  • Work on Kentucky Building to Begin in November
  • Hill, Zack. Noel Coward’s “Hay Fever” Selected for Fall Production of Western College Players
  • Four Calves Purchased for College Farm
  • William Terry Made Head Coach
  • Cheer Leaders Chosen Friday
  • Pershing Rifles Organize and Elect Officers
  • Fourth Annual Dad’s Day Observed Here Tomorrow
  • Chamber of Commerce Wins in Ticket Sales
  • Glasgow Study Center Conducted by J.R. Whitmer
  • War
  • Freshmen
  • Courtesy
  • Prayer
  • Evans, Jake. Musical Morsels
  • Library Reports on One Hundred Best Books
  • Local Girls Occupy Practice House – Home Management House
  • Arnold, Jim. Red and Grey Orchestra Ready to Swing out in Coming Season
  • Military Club Holds Meeting
  • Home Economics Teachers to Meet Here
  • 900 Attend Faculty Reception
  • Former Griders Get Pro Berths – Joe Cook, Clarence Caple, Max Reed
  • Tim Weaver Honored by Fans and Players
  • Waddell Murphy Made Mayor by Villagers
  • Completion of Music Hall Seen Soon
  • Winifred Kellersbeger Speaks to Student Group – Students Devotional Meeting

Disciplines

Communication | Diplomatic History | European History | Higher Education Administration | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Public Relations and Advertising | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Social History | Sociology | Sports Studies | United States History