October 14 - auction held to liquidate WKU's holdings in downtown Bowling Green:
- Frisbie Hall - located on Center Street just opposite the city's high school and adjoining the Bowling Green Business University. This was a three-story brick building consisting of 50 furnished rooms and used as dormitory.
- Building Lot - 42' wide x 220' deep and joined Bailey Hall property. it faced the junior high school.
- Bailey Hall - located on Center Street opposite the high school and adjoining the Bowling Green Business University. It was a two-story frame building of 25 rooms also used as a dormitory.
November 23 - Regents vote to establish central switchboard and telephone system.
December 1 - WKU receives accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools.
December 17 - Regents authorize purchase of 58 acres situated on the Nashville Pike two miles from Bowling Green to use as agriculture demonstration field.
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