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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Club Notes
  • Music Morsels
  • Payoff with Pay
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Training School

This issue contains articles:

  • Large Attendance Expected at Kentucky Education Association
  • Mrs. Ruth Strahm Dies in Washington on March 10
  • Westerners Who Will Go to Medical Schools
  • Band Concert to Be Presented over WSM, March 31
  • Weldon Hart, Chester Channon Present Classical Program to Local Club
  • Wilson, Gordon. Dr. Gordon Wilson Writes of Two Great Kentucky Bird Sanctuaries
  • Smith, Raldon. Class of 1914 Graduates to Hold Reunion on Hill, June 2
  • Radio Education Council Adopts Code of Ethics at Meeting Held in Louisville Recently
  • Twenty-One Cast in Roles of Players’ “Two Gentlemen”
  • Dr. Judson Griffin to Conduct Trip to New York and World’s Fair
  • Former Western Student Accepts Biologist Post with United States – Virgil King
  • Over 3,500 High School Seniors Expected to Attend Meeting on College Heights, April 7
  • Several Students to Enter Robinson-Ogden Speech Contests
  • Veteran Actors in Spring Show
  • Three ROTC Cadets Receive Promotion
  • Kentucky Education Association
  • Americanism
  • Training School Music Department Give Chapel Program
  • Nine Merit “A” Rating for Semester Many Attain Standing of “B” or Above
  • Saddler, Harry. Withdrawal from KIAC Threatened by Seven Teams
  • Pay, Robert. Reporter Vaults with Javelin; William Terry is Gloomy Over Prospects
  • Tryouts for Golf Team Still in Progress
  • Gridiron Resurfacing Progresses Rapidly – Old Stadium
  • Tennis Practice to Open Monday
  • “Spring Swing” Variety Show Big Success
  • Chicago Battery Bolsters Local Nine; 16 Games Carded
  • George Bibich Expected to Leave for Training Camp Soon


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