Publication Date

1-16-1942

Abstract

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

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

This issue contains articles:

  • Stamp Sale Inaugurated in Chapel Today
  • Westerner Adrift in Pacific for Four days – Richard Eberenz
  • Colonel Crabill is Promoted to full Colonelcy
  • Arts & Crafts Club Buys Bonds
  • Staff Announces Talisman Sales to Begin Monday
  • Bailey Pride is Lost in Action
  • Arthur Henderson & Charles Massinger Will be Heard Sunday
  • Regular School Dance Scheduled for Tonight
  • Western Section of English Council & Speech Teachers to Meet Here
  • Four Students Accepted into Medical School
  • Defense Stamp Sales
  • The Talisman Calls
  • Values of History
  • Mr. Ivan Wilson’s Art on Exhibit Now
  • Lester Keys Enlists in Army Air Corps
  • Marie Temple Visits Campus
  • Air Corps Board to Return Feb. 20
  • Grise Brothers Were Home During Holidays
  • Phil Runner Called to Responsible Post
  • Drive Launched in Chapel Today
  • Joe Taylor in Air Corps
  • Western’s Policy of Three Year Plan Outlined
  • Jap Student at Western Ready to Fight for U.S. – James Oshiro
  • College Postal Receipts for ’41 Unusually High
  • College Library Has Many Popular Books
  • Naval Reserve Announces Need for College Men
  • Nell Gish is Injured
  • Club Notes – Chorus, Western Officers, Classical Club, Biology Club, Western Players, LeCercle Francais, Congress Debating Club, Geography, Education Council
  • Laverty, Kathryn. The Lion and the Eagle Face World as in Days of Dewey
  • Ninth Annual Military Ball Was Held
  • On Red Cross Duty – Olga Randolph
  • National Youth Association Shop Trains Defense Workers
  • Gish, Nell. Work of Noted Sculptor Added to Kentucky Collection – Anna Huntington
  • Heroes That are Unstrung Will be Exhibited in Chapel
  • Billy Craig’s Office Reports One Hundred Percent Placement of ’41 Graduates
  • Western Coach Doing Red Cross Work in East – Arnold Winkenhofer
  • E.A. Diddle has Ten Wins – Single Loss to Navy Five
  • Western-Murray to Resume Rivalry Tomorrow Night on Hardwood
  • Samuel Allen Receives Army Air Corps Wings
  • Western Again Awarded SIAA
  • Shur Shots Five to Play Hardyville Monday Night
  • Baby Toppers Burn Baskets for Perfect Record
  • Western Boxers Enter Tourney
  • Former Athletes Awarded Wings
  • Westerners in Marines
  • Western Turns on Steam to Defeat Evansville
  • Freshman Crush Campbellsville
  • Eliminations for State Oratorical Meet Announced
  • Ewing Galloway Gives Geography Department Pictures
  • Opponent Honor Team Reprinted

Disciplines

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