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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
  • Spikes, Cleats and Sneakers

This issue contains articles:

  • White Hussars to Appear Here Monday, Oct. 13
  • New Instructors Added to Staff
  • Miss Mary Marks Visits Lashley Quadruplets – Undecided on College
  • Announce 1941 Football Prices
  • Lashbrook, Austin. Mrs. Josephine Lowman Certainly Practices What She Preaches – That’s Health
  • Contest to Begin for Cheerleaders
  • Crabb, A. L. There Was Never a Dull Moment under R. P. Green
  • Third District Education Association Meeting in Progress Here Today
  • Franz Strahm Honored by Music Club
  • Borrone, Bert. Franz J. Strahm 1867-1941
  • Devotionals Are Chapel Features
  • Graduates of ’41 Leaves Memorial
  • David Matthews Leaves for Ohio State
  • John Vincent away on Leave
  • 38 Cadets in Junior Military
  • Dr. A. L. Crabb to Speak Here
  • Western Cadet Crowned Champ – William Hungate
  • Study Center Opened – Owensboro
  • New Mirrorphone Added
  • Annie Lamb Re-elected Pershing Rifles Sponsor
  • Library Classes Do Summer Work
  • Librarians Will Meet Oct. 16-18
  • Talks on Marriage to Be Given
  • Newsom, Don. News Notes of Pershing Rifles
  • Roy Holmes to Play for Dances
  • Western’s New Defense Workshop – National Youth Administration, Western Trade School
  • Caroline Hines Accepts Post
  • Former Student Wins Award – G.G. Craig
  • Constitution to Be Submitted to Third District Education Association Tonight
  • Western Cadets Receive Good Rating at Camp
  • Exhibit Held by Music Club
  • Carl Chaney to Lecture
  • Several Faculty Members away during Summer
  • Annual Faculty Reception Held
  • 1941 Freshman Squad Smallest in Three Years
  • Fighting Forces to be Admitted Free to Games
  • Gym Floor is Re-Finished
  • Harry Saddler Home on Furlough
  • Intramural Sports Program Announced
  • Tom Byrd Plays Pro Football
  • L.L.Valentine Accepts Post
  • Martha Parks to Speak
  • Freshman Week Observed
  • Studio Is Now Home Economics House – Rock House
  • Butchering Lab Moved
  • Former Cadets Visit Campus


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