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

  • Advice to the Lovelorn
  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class & Club
  • Personals
  • Society

This issue contains articles:

  • Seniors are on the Hill Today – Senior Day
  • Many See Importance of Being Earnest
  • Western’s 1935 Kentucky Education Association Breakfast to be Feature
  • Cherry, Henry. Greetings, Good Wishes & a Hearty Welcome
  • Mother’s Day is to be Observed at Chapel Here
  • J.R. Goranflo Made Head of County President Club
  • April 10 is Set as Last Date to Order Talisman
  • Staff Member Elected Treasurer of Kentucky Intercollegiate Press Association Group – Paul Huddleston
  • College Heights Herald Gets Greeting from Richard Black, Antarctic Explorer
  • Calendar of Events
  • Ellis, Dorothy. Recitation Hall Has Interesting History
  • Nineteen Go Out for Track Team
  • Music Festival to be Held Here
  • Cadet Birney Layson Wins Marksmanship Cup
  • Susie Writes Another Letter to Students
  • New Tennis Courts Are Ready for Use
  • The Social Program
  • A Good Alumnus
  • Beach, Hazel. Editorial Cartoon – Welcome High School Seniors!
  • Advice to the Lovelorn
  • Western ROTC Unit Now Enrolls Over 100
  • Angle, Rena. Talsmania
  • Music Club
  • Graduate Club
  • French Club
  • Bowling Green is Ideal Place for a College
  • Men’s Glee Club Gives Concert at Hartford
  • Durham, Elizabeth. Western Library is One of Largest in the State
  • Training School News
  • Win Prizes – Merit’s Shoe Store
  • Visits on Hill – Franklin Hayes
  • George Page, Guy Forman Return from Meet in South
  • Craig, Curtis. Publicity Bureau Makes Survey of Former Athletes of the Hill
  • Scene of Today’s Program – Health & Physical Education Building
  • Thirty Report for Baseball
  • Methodist Students Hold Church Retreat
  • Fern Cox Gives Slides to Biology Department
  • Attend Nursery School Meeting Here March 25
  • Dance Held Tonight
  • Western’s Music Organizations Offer Many Opportunities
  • 63,214 Have Attended Western in Past Twenty-Eight Years
  • Farm Equipment Is Installed on Hill
  • Gives Commencement Address – J.R. Whitmer
  • Dr. M.L. Billings Speaks
  • Nursery School Teachers Meet on the Campus
  • Pictures for Talisman Will be Taken April 8-9
  • Robinson, Ogden Contests to be Held Here Soon
  • FERA Relief Program is Aid to Many Students Here
  • Gordon Wilson Speaks at Holland
  • Summer School to Open June 10
  • Many Enroll for New Term
  • Physical Education Department Gives Chapel Program March 27
  • Arts & Science Course Provided for Those Not Planning to Teach
  • Local Woman’s Club in Chapel Program – Business & Professional Woman’s Club
  • Graduate of Southern Normal is Author of New Text – I.L. Miller


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