Publication Date

10-25-1940

Abstract

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

  • Alumni Flashes
  • Athletics
  • Club - Notes
  • Engagements – Weddings
  • Faculty Notes
  • Hilltopics
  • Society – Personals
  • Sports Spotlight

This issue contains articles:

  • Uncle Sam to Start Drawing at Noon Tuesday – Draft Registration
  • 3 Bowling Green Business University Students Die in Wrecks – Johnnie Wiygul, Imogene Sandlin, Thomas Moore
  • Ewing, Galloway, Donor of Visual Library, Visits Hill
  • Group Plans M.C. Ford Portrait
  • Fourteenth Annual Homecoming Scheduled for Next Week-end
  • Fall Production May Be “Tops” – Western Players
  • Garrett, Paul. A Word from the President
  • Attendance at Dad’s Day Set Record as 225 Present
  • Western Games Are Now Being Broadcast
  • Upper Classes Elect Officers
  • An Open Letter to Upperclassmen
  • LeGantier, Jay. An Open Letter to the Alumni
  • Paul Garrett, Seven Others, Are in Lexington Today
  • Bridgewater, Juanita. Thirteen Homecomings Have Plenty Thrills, Chills, Spills
  • National Youth Administration Boys Play Hero’s Role in School Fire
  • Pep Rallies Being Held in Van Meter at 6:30 Each Friday Night
  • Freshmen Express Selves on “Why Go to College Today”
  • Elizabeth Turner Is Beauty Queen
  • 200 Employed in National Youth Administration Work
  • Last of Passing Institutions, Cedar House, Is Renovated
  • Local Librarians Named to Posts
  • Periodical Room Is Becoming More Popular
  • Reid Sterrett Sets Peace Contest for November 25
  • Talks Feature Chapel Programs
  • Villagers Elect Ralph ‘Curley’ Pittman Mayor of Co-Op
  • Francis Lewis, Tommy Saunders, Skeeter Vance, Waging Hot Campaign
  • Instant Interviews – Draft Registration
  • Students Have Access to 80,000 Library Volumes
  • History Meet Attracts Five
  • Vogue Sponsors Annual Contest
  • Gym Dances Are Proving Popular
  • Ed Stansbury Gives Tests
  • Tom Zoretic Loses Scoring Lead
  • E.A. Diddle Elected Clinic Chairman; 3 Sessions Held
  • Mr. G. G. Craig Has Taught 14,044
  • Miss Clara Lowenstein’s Father Dies
  • Elizabeth Strayhorn, Tryphena Howard - Mathematics
  • Mother of Miss Edna Bothe Suffers Hip Fracture – Lucy Bothe

Disciplines

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