Publication Date

7-2-1948

Abstract

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

  • Alumni Flashes
  • Book Marks
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Tidbits of Kentucky Folklore
  • Society Page
  • Faculty Notes
  • Veterans Views
  • Birds-I View
  • Sports Alley

This issue contains articles:

  • Dean’s Office Announces Return to Semester Organization in September
  • Tenor Presented Chapel Program Last Wednesday – Robert Long
  • Trustees, Ogden, and Robinson Medals Awarded Students at June Graduation
  • 155 Graduated at Exercises
  • Open Shop is Well Attended
  • Norris Barbre is Consultant to Quartermaster General
  • John Jacob Niles Presents Chapel
  • Registrar Reports Heavy Enrollment
  • June Baxter, Junior From South Hill, is Awarded Knights Templar Scholarship
  • Cordell Hull in His Memoirs Describes Life at Southern Normal School in 1886
  • Until September
  • College High Alumni Hold Annual Meeting
  • New Nurse Employed at Health Department – Lillian Jones
  • Kiwanians Hear Rev. R.V. Bennett
  • New Dorm Progresses According to Plan – McLean Hall
  • Veterans of Foreign Wars Studies Bonus Plans
  • Rev. Hugh McKee Scheduled as Vesper Speaker
  • Registrar’s Office Lists 478 on Spring Honor Roll
  • Dennis Lilly Wins Hornor in Solo Audition
  • Dr. Paul Garrett Attends Education Conference
  • Mr. D.P. Curry Attends the Reunion of Class of 20
  • Samoan Chief’s Word Bring Death – Geprge Danielson
  • Boyd, Carolyn. Mrs. Sara Garris Has Taught at Western for 10 Years
  • Bright Car Colors Popular in U.S. – Powel Crosley
  • Unused Churches Worry Britain
  • Local Cadets Named Leaders at Camp
  • Club News – History, Arts & Crafts
  • United States Air Force Offers Career Opportunity
  • Inspectors Rate ROTC Excellent
  • Seventeen From ROTC at Camp
  • Dr. and Mrs. E.L. Massie Visit St. Louis
  • Western Graduate Awarded Masters – George Hurst
  • D.J. Hays is Granted PhD by Cornell University
  • Dr. Bert Smith is Author of Article in Journal
  • Girl Gunners Make An Enviable Record
  • Lillian Johnson is Named Dean of Women
  • Grads Defeat Varsity; Ohio All-Stars Best Kentucky in Western Gym
  • Tennis and Softball Highlight Intramurals
  • Ohio All-Stars Down Kentucky Contingent
  • Western Host to New Conference – Ohio Valley Conference
  • E.A. Diddle and Team Guest of Lions
  • Russellville Junior Legion Nine Scores 5-4 Over Locals
  • Australian Aircraft for World Market
  • Million Veterans Infected With Tropical Diseases
  • Dr. R.E. Jaggers to Speak at August Commencement
  • Three Teachers are Employed for Summer

Disciplines

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