Publication Date

2-28-1941

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:

  • Western Players Select A.A. Milne’s Farce for Spring Show – Mr. Pim
  • Paul Rutledge to Speak in State Oratorical
  • Graduate Work Organization Complete for Summer Term
  • Trophy Display Site Selected
  • Toppers May Get Bid to Garden; E.A. Diddle to Be Guest at Luncheon
  • Concert Set for Monday Night
  • Addition to Library Makes It State’s Most “Modernistic” – Gordon Wilson Hall
  • Toppers Open Title Defense Tonight
  • Debaters Picked for First Meet
  • This is No Fairy Tale
  • Mr. Herald Resurrects an Inspiration
  • 5 Have Perfect Standing; 267 Make “B” List
  • Pershing Rifles Men Attend Regimental Meet
  • Egyptologist to Talk March 10 – George Kendall
  • Plays Presented by Training School
  • Wooldridge, Harry. Reporter Delves into Past of Western Pre-Medical Activity
  • Dr. Arndt Stickles Guest of University Club
  • Noted Writer Speaks Here – Willie Ethridge
  • Periodical Articles Reviewed for Overwhelmed Students
  • Kiowa Indian Art on Display Here
  • Important Meeting – Women’s Intramurals
  • W. L. Matthews, Jr., Admitted to State Bar
  • Speeches, Music to Be Featured – Chapel
  • Scholarships Good for $32,000 Offered
  • Barlow, Roy. Student Symposium – The Need for Sidewalks
  • Harold Hughes Appointed Henderson Editor
  • Searcy, John. Know Thy Neighbor – Cecil Mayes, Judy Fitts, Joe Ross, Otis Thomas
  • Kentucky Museum Plans Hobby Exhibit
  • Gridders Begin Spring Practice
  • William J. Potter, Ogden Grad, Dies
  • Horse Cave Woman’s Club Visits Kentucky Museum
  • Edgar Jones Exhibit to Be Displayed; Covers 32 Years
  • Jo Allen Bryant Elected to Kappa Alpha Frat
  • English Meet Well Attended
  • Ensign John Clagett Reveals What Navy Is Like
  • State Colleges Not Consolidated- Yet
  • Kentucky Library Secures Rare Volume by John McClung
  • Monthly Musical Recital Presented Recently
  • Dr. Charles E. Francis Dies of Paralysis
  • Civil Service Positions Open to Collegians
  • Pennyroyal Council of Geography Teachers to Convene on Hill
  • Sisk, Mack. Nets Will Get a Chance to Cool as Carlyle Towery Finishes Regular Season
  • SIAA to Provide Experience for Class
  • A Capella Chorus Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Vincent

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