Publication Date

11-5-1943

Abstract

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

  • Hilltopics
  • Looking Backward
  • Society – Personals
  • Faculty Notes
  • Alumni Flashes
  • Music Notes
  • At the Capitol - Movies
  • Weddings - Engagements
  • Spikes, Cleats & Sneakers
  • Daily Doings
  • Quotable Quotes
  • On the Western Front
  • The Service Column

This issue contains articles:

  • Dr. John Vincent Hears “Three Jacks” Played at Composer’s Symposium
  • Rabbi Milton Greenwald to be Chapel Speaker
  • Dr. M.L. Billings Describes Work of Local USO
  • Miss Gabrielle Robertson is Specialist in Stamps of Western Hemisphere
  • From Morn Til Night ASTP Boys Keep Busy
  • Dr. Judson Griffin to be Department Head in Texas
  • Two New Secretaries in Registrar’s Office
  • Dr, Ward Sumpter and Willis Jones Have Article Published
  • Post Office on Hill Serves Many
  • Twelve Graduate Students Enroll for Work on Hill
  • Registrar E.H. Canon Reads Paper Before Group
  • Capt. Edgar Stansbury Praises Work of Women’s Army
  • Jean Allen to Have Title Role in Fall Production
  • Founders Day Plans Completed
  • “Freedom and Bread” is Hitler’s Newspaper Motto
  • Display is Now on Exhibition - Netherlands
  • Do You Respect Your Flag?
  • Book Reviews by Western Grads Appear in Courier-Journal
  • Support Our Advertisers
  • Paxton, Jean. John Power Has Nothing on Western!
  • Students Transfer to Western
  • Museum Register is Story Itself
  • Western Girls in Beauty Event
  • Lieut. Jack Painter Lost in Action
  • Resident Donates Books to Library – Mrs. J.E. Clarke
  • President Paul Garrett Honored at Chapel
  • Boys Enjoy “Open House” at Airport
  • Extension Department Has New Courses
  • Faculty Wives Win Floral Prizes
  • Miss June McIntire to be Dietitian
  • Music Recital to be Presented Soon
  • Student Sings at Kiwanis Club Meeting – Emily Ogden
  • Rotarians Hear Dr. Earl Moore
  • Philosophy Degree is Granted to Miss Betty Jones
  • Teachers Hold Study Centers
  • Former Student in WAVE Training – Margaret Burr
  • Mrs. Sarah Garrett Sponsors Club
  • Roy Holmes to Furnish Music for Dances
  • Colleges Agree to One-Day Holiday – Thanksgiving
  • B.J. Madden to Speak
  • Mrs. Bert Smith Serves with Tuberculosis State Board
  • Funeral Services held for William Barr Twins – Charles Barr, David Barr
  • British Canadian War Posters Displayed
  • WACS to Sponsor Dance
  • Mr. Ivan Wilson Has Water Colors on Exhibition
  • Training School
  • Club Notes – Bowling Green Music Club, Ragland Library Club, Art, Biology
  • Dietetics Association Holds Dinner Meeting
  • School’s First Faculty
  • Cadets Play for Dance
  • Western Trade School Offers Free Training
  • Westerners See Faust in Nashville
  • Better Lighting for Library is Discussed
  • All-Girls’ Chapel Becoming Custom
  • Students Attend Baptist Student Union Convention
  • Cadet Orchestra Plas for Sorority Dance
  • Music Department Members Attend Rally
  • President Paul Garrett and Lieut. George Updegraff to Attend Meeting
  • Write Him a Letter but Don’t Tell Him of Your Troubles – He Has Plenty of His Own
  • Museum Wants Letters from All Service Men
  • Faculty and Students Attend Fun Frolic
  • Hill Athletes Now Are Wearing Uniforms of U.S. Armed Forces
  • Ping-Pong Tournament is Being Organized
  • Cardinals Show Great Prospects
  • New Teams to Play Toppers
  • Intramural Sports Out for Duration
  • Women’s Athletic Association Urges Girls to Attend Meetings
  • Cedar House Buys New Furniture and Records
  • Conditioning Class Adopts Army Methods
  • Boys in ASTP Given Workouts
  • Class Elections Now Completed
  • Thomas, Pat. Bedridden Poet, Ruby Dell Bougher, Publishes Book
  • Earl Shelton is to be Team Mentor
  • Cadets Have Formal Review Every Saturday
  • Rabbi Joseph Rauch Heard at Chapel
  • First Presbyterian Church Opens Service Lounge
  • Girls Enter Home Management House

Disciplines

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