Publication Date

3-14-1941

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
  • Looking Backward
  • Society – Personals
  • Sports Spotlight

This issue contains articles:

  • Feature Section Contest Scheduled for Monday
  • Toppers Barely Miss Garden Bid
  • Horstmann, Mary. Western Dramatics under Reid Sterrett Include 12 “Hits”
  • Popularity of Books Shown
  • “Mr. Pim Passes by” Tonight at 8:15 – Western Players
  • Works of New Group Shown
  • Woolridge, Harry. End of Modern Choir Seen as Graduation to Take Toll
  • Toppers Capture Fifth Consecutive SIAA Crown
  • High School Day Set for April 4
  • An Open Letter to the Class of ‘44
  • Are Western Students Empty
  • Jones, Alice. Symphony Orchestra Opens Western Concert Season
  • Geography Group Meets March 29 – Pennyroyal Council of Geography Teachers
  • Sophomore Dance Set for March 28
  • Spring Term to open April 7; Schedules Are Now Available
  • Three Names Omitted from “All A”, “B List”
  • Varied Chapel Programs Set
  • Rehearsals Are Begun by Choir
  • Faculty Attends Southern Meet – Music
  • Garrelson, Selma. Old Days Are Revived in Edgar Jones Collection at Kentucky Museum
  • Special Services Are Scheduled during Lent
  • National Youth Administration Unit Forms “Hilltop Radio Club”
  • Periodical Articles Reviewed for “Overwhelmed” Students
  • New Public Address System Installed in Gym
  • Musical Recital to Be Given Thursday
  • Freshman Dance Set for Next Friday
  • Jones, Alice. College Gets Carnegie Grant
  • Seniors Chapel Features Week
  • Steger, Sam. Herald’s Western’s Bureau of Investigation Active during SIAA Tourney
  • E.B. Crabill Orders 140 Promotions in ROTC Group
  • Gov. and Mrs. Keen Johnson Visit Kentucky Building
  • National Youth Administration Assigned Three Projects – Snell Hall, Western Trade School, ROTC Parade Ground
  • Barlow, Roy. Student Symposium – Pep Club
  • Officers’ Club Names Sponsors
  • Hall, Dorthie. All Signs Point to Spring; Weather Is Elusive Thing
  • David Gilmore Makes All-District Five
  • Three Toppers Make All-SIAA Honor Team
  • Mr. E.A. Diddle’s Game Time Remarks Saved for the Future
  • Netters Select All-Star Team
  • Speech Festival Set for Training School
  • Sisk, Mack. E.A. Diddle, Like Old Man River, Just Keeps Rolling along Victory Trail
  • Raney, Emmet. Interludes
  • Kentucky Education Association Convention Speakers Named
  • Searey, John. What’s in a Name? Dean’s Files Invaded by Punch-Drunk Reporter

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