Publication Date

7-28-1939

Abstract

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

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

This issue contains articles:

  • Prof. Franz Strahm Gives Recital in Chapel
  • Eighteen Students Receive Penmanship Certificates
  • Howard Robey receives Honor at University of Kentucky
  • Haywood Brown Initiated into Phi Delta
  • Alumni Association Officers – Carl Cheyney, R.I. Glover
  • Western Grad to Practice Surgery in Texas – Buell Lawrence
  • Graduate Employed on Tour of West – Houston Gardner
  • Music Building Foreman Attended Western – E.R. Baucum
  • Harry Spilman Speaks for Manufacturers
  • Arndt Stickles Placed on State Board
  • Four Western Boys Work on All-American Tours
  • 187 Apply for Degrees to Be Granted, August 18
  • David McKinney to Teach in Economics Department
  • Works Progress Administration Exhibit Shown on Hill This Week
  • Music Hall to Be Occupied by September
  • Ed Stansbury to Spend Year in Iowa University
  • Father of Student Killed in Mine 0 Randall Green
  • Miss Lena Logan Offered Scholarship
  • Dr. Judson Griffin to Offer Second N. Y. Fair Trip
  • Art Department Becomes Member of Federation
  • Guy Foreman to Work in University of Kentucky
  • George Grise Succeeds Walter Wright to Post of Herald Editor
  • Cotton Noe, Kentucky Poet, Visits Hill
  • Muir Taylor Appointed Publicity Director at Union
  • Roy Kelly to Be First West Point Man to Take Degree Here
  • Men’s Round-up Attended by over 400 Men
  • Rural Life Meet Held at Western on July 6 and 7
  • Coach E.A. Diddle’s Mother Dies June 27 – Mollie Diddle
  • Peabody Tour Visits Campus
  • Realization
  • Centennial
  • Campus Reds – Communism
  • Five Centuries of Progress
  • 147 Seniors Who Have Applied for Degrees
  • Accept Positions
  • Matthews, Francis. Music Hall Work Proves Interesting to Herald Reporter
  • Mansfield, Virginia. History of Kentucky Ruin Revealed by Student – Bell’s Tavern
  • Swanson, Don. Louisville Swimmers Perform in Local Pool
  • Fowler, Dan. Second Floor
  • Fowler, Dan. A Hill Top High
  • Fowler, Dan. The Ridge Road
  • Fowler, Dan. The Spring and the Rocks
  • Fowler, Dan. Ramblin’ Footsteps
  • Fowler, Dan. The Winds Blow Free
  • Matthews, Francis. My Music Hall
  • Mansfield, Virginia. Verse
  • Cruise, John. Happy Hills
  • Cruise, John. By a Tall Sycamore
  • Cruise, John. Happy Hollow
  • Cruise, John. Bewildered
  • Cruise, John. Living Flame
  • Cruise, John. Charity

Disciplines

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