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UA12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 19, No. 15

By WKU Student Affairs


WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Regular features include: Hilltopics Looking Backward Society – Personals Faculty Notes Alumni Flashes Music Notes At the Capitol - Movies Weddings - Engagements Spikes, Cleats \u26 Sneakers Daily Doings Quotable Quotes On the Western Front This issue contains articles: Music Festival Opens on the Hill Today Charles Taylor, J.R. Whitmer Nominated by Alumni Board Lt. Hugh Johnson Suffers Leg Injury at Naval Post Flight Work Inaugurated at Local Airport Miss Mary Rice to Give Operetta May 14 in Van Meter Hall Raymond Kittinger Water Colors in Cherry Hall Display Room Versatility Marks Keith Jollifte, U.S. Army Air Corps Cedar House Has Radio Phonograph Officer Candidate School is Described in Interview Headmaster Spencer McCallie and Dr. Paul Kern to Speak at June Graduation Exercises Library is Recipients of Many New Books “Theirs Was the Torch” – Killed and Missing in Action Colonel Gordon Catts Tells of Experience with General Lesley McNair Speeches, Music Feature Recent Chapel Series Commencement Plans Releases at College High Senior Chapel to be Held on Thursday, May 20 Eleanor Ford Joins WAVES Reserve Parents Guests of Primary Grades English Club Banquet Held at Helm Hotel Westerners Attend Science Meeting An Apple for Teacher - - - Ah! Student Recital Held Wednesday Drs. Gordon Wilson and Harvey Lowell Find Many Birds Species W.L, Terry, Athletic Director, Commissioned Robinson Ogden Speech Contests to be Soon Hewell Blair Now Assistant County Agent Toppers Aid in Red Cross Drive Practice Field is Now Used by Air Crew Men Lieut. Avery Ewan Missing in Action Education Club Holds Banquet Lusty Roar of A-S Glee Club is Martial Plus Western Athletes Swell Ranks of Armed Services Education Club Holds Banquet Western Students to Go to Hartford in June Brig. Gen. Charles Scott, Sgt. Alvin York Guests at Bond Rally “Art and War” Theme of Exhibit Reeves Morgan Accepted for University of Louisville Medical Schoo

Topics: Western Kentucky University, Alumni, Athletics, Class of 1943, Class of 1944, Class of 1945, Class of 1946, Events, Faculty, Staff, World War II, 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\u27s History
Publisher: TopSCHOLAR®
Year: 1943
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