Publication Date

3-2-1945

Abstract

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

  • Hilltopics
  • Faculty Notes
  • Alumni Notes
  • Society – Personals
  • Spikes Cleats & Sneakers
  • The Service Column
  • Alumni Flashes
  • The Chapel Hour
  • Sharps & Flats
  • Accidentals
  • Looking Backward
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Book Marks

This issue contains articles:

  • Columbia Scholastic Press Association Cancels Convention
  • Lt. Joe Jaggers Wounded in Germany
  • Harold Tunks Attains Scholastic Awards
  • Descendants of Huguenots is Program Theme – French Club
  • Spring Quarter to Open March 19
  • Joe Howard Elected Head of Louisville Education Association
  • Bartley Hagerman Wounded in Luxembourg
  • Lt. Richard Thompson is Wounded
  • Students Give Recital
  • Seniors Sponsor Chili Supper
  • Binzel Twins are Chosen Pin-Ups – Bebe Binzel, Betty Binzel
  • New Dairy Barn Completed on Campus
  • Lieut. Samuel Pitternger is Injured in Plane Accident
  • Mrs. Bert Smith Named Outstanding Woman of Week
  • Capt. Gilbert Holbrook is Killed in Italy
  • McElroy, Jack. Odeon Hall
  • Military Training
  • Paxton, Jean. Western Never Changes
  • Easter Readings on Display
  • New Books in Library
  • Students Favor a Talisman Ball
  • Club Notes – Dramatic, Veterans, Faculty Wives, English, Cherry Country Life, Studio
  • Students to Receive Degrees
  • Thumb-Nail Sketches – Marian Cottrell, Jimmy Brazzell, Mavis Gabbard, Paul Kelly
  • Parent-Teachers Have Founder’s Day Program
  • PTA Holds Meeting
  • Cardinals Romp Over Mumfordville and Park City
  • Western Defeats Morehead Quintet
  • University of Louisville Defeats Western 66-41
  • Western Downs Eastern 48-42
  • Ex-Students Meet on English Air Field – Mattrick Lynch, William Taylor
  • Westerners Attend DePaul Game
  • DePaul Swamps Western Quintet
  • Mary Chisholm Named Member of Southern Music Educators Conference
  • John Shackelton Leads in Development of Polythene
  • Mrs. Bettie Curry Dies

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