Publication Date

10-24-1947

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. R.F. McLain Keynotes Aim of Third District Education Association Meet
  • Bartley Hagerman, Charles Wheeler, and Linda Hays are Named to Head Herald Staff for 1947-48
  • Ex-Gov. Ellis Arnall is Speaker at Western Chapel
  • College Heights Foundation Names Directors
  • Plans for Talisman Begin to Take Shape as 1948 Staff is Installed
  • American Chemical Society to Meet Here
  • Cadets Nominate Military Queen
  • Warren County Essay Contest Rules Given
  • Wheeler, Charles. Can We Do It Again?
  • Bertman Haigh Heard at Chapel
  • Wheeler, Charles. The Student Body
  • Sadie Hawkins on the Prowl Again
  • Miss Eastern Goes to Western – Anne Cochran
  • President Paul Garrett Speaks on Kentucky Constitution
  • Rev. W.R. Pettigrew Gives Address
  • Rabbi Albert Lewis to Speak Here On November 4
  • Homemakers at College High
  • R.O.T.C. Executive Committee Selected
  • Eleventh Street PTA to Sponsor Festival
  • Players Guild Readies for 1947-48 Season
  • Dr. W.M. Willey Stresses Speed in Learning
  • Arvin Upton is Junior Member in Firm
  • Capacity Audiences are Expected at Concerts
  • Chorus Prospects Loom High This Year
  • Miss Von Leiben to Speak Here
  • Miss Julia Neal is Guest Speaker
  • The Veterans Village Nursey is a Life-saver for Mom
  • Jaycees to Sponsor 3 Plays at Van Meter
  • R.O.T.C. Cadets Get New Shoulder Patches
  • Ray Mill’s Brother Killed – T.H. Mills
  • Club News – History, Le Cercle Francais, Iva Scott, Physics, English, Psychology, Arts & Crafts
  • Class Elections are Scheduled for Thursday
  • Campus Religion Council Active
  • Homecoming is Voted a Success
  • Safe in Bursar’s Office Dynamited
  • Veterans’ Club Names Lynn Waller as President
  • Radio Workshop to be Resumed Here Oct.29
  • Mrs. T.C. Cherry is Honored at Tea – Bess Cherry
  • Psychology Courses Added to Curriculum
  • Librarians Meet Here
  • Ex-Cadets Appointed Army Reserve Lieutenants
  • Western Faculty Members Will Speak to Alumni
  • Four Concerts to Feature Top Entertainers
  • Psychology Dept. Gets New Instructor – Lorraine Cave
  • President Paul Garrett Attends Committee Meeting
  • Sinclair, Kenneth. You Just Can’t Beat Life in Veterans Village
  • Students Rule at Potter Hall
  • Pershing Rifles to Take Pledges
  • K.I.A.C. Powers Meet at Louisville
  • Toppers Still Unbeaten as Bradley Falls 15-13
  • Tennessee Tech Bow to Toppers 13-7
  • Books Added to Western Library
  • Girls Intramural Council Name Council Chairmen
  • Third District Education Association Meet Opened at Helm
  • Leslie Blakey is Honor Grad
  • Cadet Officers are Selected
  • Officers Added to ROTC Staff – Glenn Sikes, Claude McRaven
  • Cedar House is Well Equipped This Year
  • Sgt. Donald Torbett Assigned to R.O.T.C. Dept.
  • Baxter, June. Mrs. Robert Drew at Potter Hall
  • Ministers Presented at Chapel Exercises

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