Publication Date

11-21-1947

Abstract

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

  • Kentucky Building News
  • Veterans Views
  • Alumni Flashes
  • Personals
  • Faculty Notes
  • Musical Notes
  • Society Page
  • Sports Alley
  • Your Manners are Showing
  • Book Marks

This issue contains articles:

  • Dr. Guy and is Speaker at Western Chapel
  • ROTC Cadets Elect Misses Marie Powell, Betty Topmiller and Betty Watson as Sponsors
  • Founder’s Day is Observed for 17th Year
  • Western Players to Present First Production Next Tuesday Night
  • Violinist is Guest Artist – Joseph Knitzer
  • William Primrose Heard in Concert Here
  • Books Placed in Dorm
  • D.J. Hays Appointed to Cornell Faculty
  • Veterans Village Gets Sidewalk
  • Moore, Earl. Why I Continue to Teach
  • 26 Grads to Get Fellowships
  • Rural Training School P.T.A. Plans Portrait
  • Cheerleaders Named
  • Student Mixer “Lots of Fun”
  • Band Names Officers
  • Plans are Completed for Military Ball
  • Club News – Arts & Crafts, Veterans, Congress Debating, Iva Scott, Psychology, Le Cercle Francais, Education Council, Biology
  • Bowling Green Players’ Guild to Present 1st Play December 4
  • Pentecost, Charlie. Sadie Hawkins Dance is Success
  • Village Nursey Gets Toy Shower
  • North Kentucky Alumni Hear Dr. Lee Jones
  • East Kentucky Alumni Meet at Ashland
  • Vet Village Resident Wounds Self in Leg – C.W. Eichem
  • American American Legion Hears Dr. A.M. Stickles
  • Art Class Exhibit Held in Cherry Hall
  • Toppers Meet Murray Tomorrow Night in Season Finale
  • Toppers Power Morehead 20-6 in Last Home Stand
  • Utah, North Dakota Net Games Set
  • Western Falls 27-7 to Strong Eastern Eleven
  • Service Held for Former Student – Athen Sirey
  • Lewis, Bill. Hilltopper Netters Will Feature “Whirl” Attack
  • Grad Named to Post – Catherine Hendricks
  • Netters Hot in Intra-Squad Game
  • Body of Ex-Grid Star Sent Home – Joseph Pennepinto
  • Student Government at Potter Hall Continued
  • PTA Holds Meeting
  • Cherryton House Will be Moved for New Dormitory

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