Publication Date

10-31-1941

Abstract

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

  • Alumni Flashes
  • Athletics
  • Campus Chips of the Cadet Corps
  • Club - Notes
  • Engagements – Weddings
  • Faculty Notes
  • Hilltopics
  • Looking Backward
  • Society – Personals
  • Spikes, Cleats and Sneakers

This issue contains articles:

  • Western to Be Host to Social Studies Group
  • Hambleton Tapp Talks on George Rogers Clark
  • “Col. D.D. Holmes Loves Football; He Rooted for Western”
  • Dr. M. E. Dodd to Speak to Dads
  • Dan Baldwin Named Market Director
  • ‘The Flying Gerardos’ to Be Given November 6 by Western Players
  • Chapel Features Announced for Next Two Weeks
  • Bowling Green Stages Parade - Homecoming
  • Talisman Staff Members Named
  • Refugee of Nazi Dominated Czechoslovakia Interviewed – Wilfred Iltis
  • Steps Taken to Elect Queen of Military Ball
  • Indian Art Is Now on Display
  • Thanksgiving Holidays
  • Scholastic Fraternities
  • Gridiron Gladiators
  • George Rogers Clark
  • Why You Should Vote Yes – Constitutional Amendment No. 1
  • State Meeting of Librarians Was Held Here
  • Miss Mary Lemons Has Unique Painting
  • Former Reporter Is Now School Paper Advisor – Nell Baxter
  • Religious Books Added to Library
  • Southern Group Slated to Hear Dr. A. M. Stickles
  • Homecoming Climaxed with Thrilling Football Game
  • Western Graduate Highly Praised – Carl Stinson
  • William Holzmer Is Cited for “Meritorious Service”
  • Medical Aptitude Test to Be Given on December 5
  • Antique Bowl Is Added to Kentucky Collection – Kentucky Museum
  • Myrtle Kelly Receives Honorable Mention
  • Garden Club Chrysanthemum Show Is Open to Public
  • Colonel Cooper Smith Ends Service
  • Russell Dougherty Is in F.B.I.
  • Fred Riddle Visits Western
  • Paul Garrett, W.L. Matthews and L.C. Curry to Talk on Amendment
  • New Walkways Are Being Built
  • Ensign J.W. Clagett Returns
  • Marian Anderson to Give Nashville Concert
  • Community Sing Held
  • Audley Greer Visits Campus
  • Newsom, Don. Thirteen Is Lucky Number for Col. Robert Rockwell, Aero Ace in World War I
  • Tribute to the Spirit of Homecoming
  • Alumni Groups to Meet at Ashland and Covington
  • Son of Dr. D. W. Richards Is Enrolled at Western – Harry Richards
  • Student to Leave for Air Corps Soon – Robert Lorts
  • Gym’s Face Is Lifted
  • Several Industrial Art Grads Engage in Defense Units
  • Outcasts Take Intramural Lead
  • Western Graduate Named President
  • Stadium Improvements under Construction
  • Nine Faculty Members Attend Annual Meeting
  • Czech Refugee Gives Address – Oscar Stern

Disciplines

Communication | 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