Publication Date

10-7-1949

Abstract

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

  • Book Marks
  • Social Activities Calendar
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Birds-I View
  • Society Page
  • Sports Alley
  • Looking Backward
  • Hilltopics
  • Alumni Flashes
  • Vets Views

This issue contains articles:

  • Western to Get New Student Union Building – Garrett Conference Center
  • Senator Virgil Chapman to Address Third District Education Association Meeting
  • Stone, Vernon. Editorial
  • Kentucky Librarians to Meet Here
  • Vernon Stone and Harold Markle are Named to Head Herald Staff for 1949-50
  • Thirteen are Added to Faculty
  • Registrar Reports Heavy Enrollment
  • Georgia Knabb Dies in Accident
  • Goodman, Kathleen. Student Health Protected Through Insurance Plan
  • Religious Emphasis Week is Scheduled
  • Boster, Norma. Roy and Johana Harris Added to Music Staff
  • Helm, Margie. Tribute to Miss Florence Ragland
  • Distinguished Alumni Paid Tributes – William Taylor, Tybee Oliver
  • Sergeants Join Western ROTC
  • Freshman Takes Prize in Show – Randolph Powell
  • Western Sports Fan Dies in Logan County – Russell McEndree
  • Nothing But the Truth Slated as Fall Production by Western Players
  • To Acquaint Newcomers West Hall Gives Party
  • E.A. Diddle to Coach European Clinic
  • Physics Instructor Visits Atom Exhibit – P.L. Sanderfur
  • Ex-Herald Editor Visits Campus – Charles Wheeler
  • Mr. George Page Visits Atom Bomb Plant
  • Veachel Rather Reported Improving
  • Indiana University Professor to Speak Oct. 14 – Albert Kohlmeier
  • Brigadier General Praises AROTC – John McConnell
  • Potter Hall Converted to Men’s Dormitory
  • ROTC Graduates Get Commission
  • Village Nursery to Provide Baby Sitters
  • Dr. Earl Moore Resumes Broadcast Series
  • Grass Fire in Village Easily Extinguished
  • Students to Discuss Debating Team Plans
  • Newly Completed Residence Hall Rated One of South’s Most Modern – McLean Hall
  • Jack Raymon Lectures on Reptiles
  • William Pace Succeeds Hugh Ray – Military Science
  • Cheerleaders Chosen at Rally
  • Amos E. Stone Made Co-Editor
  • Chorus Organized
  • Omer Gosnell Gets Scholarship
  • Club News – French, Arts & Crafts, FCG Classical, Cherry Country Life
  • Al Preston Taken by Death at Evansville
  • Toppers Play Host to Morehead Tomorrow
  • E.A. Diddle Engages Tough Schedule
  • Freshmen Squad Shows Promise
  • Toppers Drop Opening Tilt
  • Western Loses to Evansville
  • Tournaments Planned - Intramurals
  • Major Claude MacRaven Earns Promotion

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