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Hollins Student Life (1934 Dec 17), Hollins College Dec 1934

Hollins Student Life (1934 Dec 17), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Vol. 7, No. 5 (December 17, 1934)-Merry Christmas!

Table of Contents: Annual Junior Fall Prom Held in Gymnasium December 8: Johnny Long’s Orchestra Furnishes Dance Music—Hollins Singers Give Concert With W. and L.—Miss Jackson Discusses Farm Relief Problem: Relates Difficulties of Farmers Today—Y.W. Holds White Gift Service in Chapel—Dr. Marti to Read Paper on Schelling—Dr. Mims Speaks in Recent Convocation: Gives Five Fundamentals of Education—Christmas Drama Reveals Winnie Weaver as Madonna: Pageant by Sue Turner is Presented in Theatre—“Alison’s House” Given in Little Theatre—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student ...


Colonnade December 10, 1934, Colonnade Dec 1934

Colonnade December 10, 1934, Colonnade

Colonnade

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Colonnade December 3, 1934, Colonnade Dec 1934

Colonnade December 3, 1934, Colonnade

Colonnade

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Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xi, No. 5, Wku Student Affairs Nov 1934

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xi, No. 5, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Class & Club
  • Personals
  • Society
  • The Sport Light

This issue contains articles:

  • The Green Pastures’ Is Presented on Hill Monday, November 19
  • Biology Dept. Gets Rattler
  • Reviews of Theses Appear in Journal
  • Speaks at Lebanon – Yandell Page
  • Judge Fred Bale Is Speaker Here
  • Library Conducts Daily English Class for Student Body
  • Dr. M.C. Ford Speaks
  • Kelley, Roy. Entire Band Makes Trip to Murray-Western Tilt
  • ROTC Presents Chapel Program
  • Art Department Makes Scenery
  • Miss Mary I. Cole Gets Ph. D. Degree
  • Four from Hill Go to Meeting at Oxford, Ohio
  • Radio Program Being Prepared
  • Instructors Go to Chattanooga Meet
  • National Book Week Observed
  • Guy Forman Gives Demonstration at Auburn High
  • Pyke, Larry. Many See First Play of Season, ‘Miss Lulu Bett’
  • Clubs Have ’Possum Hunt and Find Pretty Little S—
  • Founder’s Day Program Given
  • Dr. Henry Cherry Goes to Celebration – Georgetown Homecoming
  • Kalamazoo, Western Renew Rivalry Here in Turkey Day Battle
  • Dr. Judson Griffin and Students Take Geography Tour
  • Juniors Beat Seniors in Volley-ball Game
  • Speaks at Hopkinsville – Horace McMurtry
  • Cooperative Service
  • The International Relations Club
  • The Red Cross
  • Thanksgiving
  • Angle, Rena. A Few Words on Thoughts
  • McChesney, Gene. Miss Elizabeth Woods and Miss Florence Ragland Create a Paradise on Campus – Kentucky Building Grounds
  • Robertson, Charley. I Like
  • Weldon, B.E. Winter
  • Freshmen Win From Murray in Final Game
  • Western Wins Over Eastern by 49-9 Count
  • Hilltoppers Play Superb Game Against Murray, But Go Down in Defeat 27-14
  • McCombs, Harold. Thou Art the Christ
  • Cardinals Play Best Game of Season; Tie Franklin 6-6


Colonnade November 19, 1934, Colonnade Nov 1934

Colonnade November 19, 1934, Colonnade

Colonnade

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Hollins Student Life (1934 Nov 15), Hollins College Nov 1934

Hollins Student Life (1934 Nov 15), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Juniors Present Plans for College Dance in December: Music Will Be Furnished by Johnny Long’s Orchestra—Hockey Banquet to be Held November 28—Hollins Publications are Honored by V.I.P.A.—Freya is Presented in Recent Convocation—Miss Matty Returns from Three Weeks Visit—Convocation on Germany Held by Dr. Marti: Hollins Admittance Announced into A.A.U.—Walter Hampden Appears in Famous Plays in Roanoke: “Hamlet” Given at Matinee; “Richelieu” in Evening—Dr. T.L. McCulloch Has Article Published—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Freshman Alphabet—Campus Crumbs—Society—Alumnae News—Freshmen Entertained ...


Colonnade November 12, 1934, Colonnade Nov 1934

Colonnade November 12, 1934, Colonnade

Colonnade

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Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xi, No. 4, Wku Student Affairs Nov 1934

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xi, No. 4, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Class & Club
  • Collegiate Days & Nights
  • Exchange Gleanings
  • Personals
  • Society

This issue contains articles:

  • Famous Drama Is Coming Here on November 19 – Green Pastures
  • Western Educators Attend Meetings in Frankfort, Lexington
  • Ticket Sale Is Started – Miss Lulu Bett
  • Peabody Begins Series of Radio Presentations
  • Play Production Class Gives ‘Trash’ at Chapel
  • Seniors Elect Main Officers for Class Book
  • Miss Mary Marks to Speak at Geography Meet
  • 2006th Anniversary of Birth of Horace to Be Observed Soon
  • College Chorus Is Organized; Girls’ Glee Club Picked
  • ‘Miss Lulu Bett’ Will Be Staged on November 15
  • Glover H. Cary Gives Address to Chapel Body
  • Kentucky Classical Body Opens Convention Today at Danville
  • Western Librarians Attend Conference
  • Jones, Guy. School Spirit Is ‘Red Hot’ during Big Homecoming
  • Presidents of County Groups Meet, Organize
  • Vocational Agriculture Teachers Will Assemble Here
  • Homecoming Occasion Successful; Throngs of Alumni Flock to Hilltop
  • Meets Today – North Kentucky Alumni Club
  • Thanks
  • Join a Club!
  • Fire – Cedar House
  • Training School Students Observe Hallowe’en ...


Colonnade November 5, 1934, Colonnade Nov 1934

Colonnade November 5, 1934, Colonnade

Colonnade

No abstract provided.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xi, No. 3, Wku Student Affairs Oct 1934

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xi, No. 3, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Class & Club
  • Literary Autopsies
  • Personals
  • Society
  • The Sport Light

This issue contains articles:

  • Henry Cherry Takes Stand against Secret Clubs
  • To Give Benefit Program – Lions Club
  • Miss Lulu Betts Tells Good Story of Modern Family
  • Howard Tussle Will Be 1st Test for Grid Eleven
  • Dr. Cherry Addresses College High at Chapel
  • Victor Strahm Visits Parents October 12-14
  • All of Last Year’s Agriculture Graduates Secure Positions
  • Topmiller, Dorothy. Cast Is Chosen for First Play, ‘Miss Lulu Bett’
  • 1400 Educators of 3rd District ...


Hollins Student Life (1934 Oct 24), Hollins College Oct 1934

Hollins Student Life (1934 Oct 24), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Regional Conference of W.I.L. Meets at Hollins: Several Eminent Speakers Discuss Peace Problems—President Roosevelt is Welcomed By Roanoke: Dedicates Veterans’ Hospital at Salem—Walter Hampden to Give Two Plays in Roanoke—Tentative Cast Chosen for “Alison’s House”—Dr. Randolph Attends Episcopal Conference—Dean Hearsey Speaks at Woman’s Club Today—Dr. Crawford to Address the Press Conference—Miss Burnham Plays at Musical Convocation—Dr. Archibald Black Gives Series of Lectures: Delivers Four Addresses on Religious Topics—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Apprentice Theatre Group Presents Plays—Cotillion Club Gives First Dance of ...


Colonnade October 22, 1934, Colonnade Oct 1934

Colonnade October 22, 1934, Colonnade

Colonnade

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Colonnade October 15, 1934, Colonnade Oct 1934

Colonnade October 15, 1934, Colonnade

Colonnade

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Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xi, No. 2, Wku Student Affairs Oct 1934

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xi, No. 2, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Class & Club
  • Collegiate Days & Nights
  • Exchange Gleanings
  • Personals
  • Society
  • The Sport Light

This issue contains articles:

  • Third District Teachers Open Meeting Today
  • Western’s Band Will Play at Local Bazaar
  • History Groups to Have Annual Luncheon Nov. 3
  • Try-outs Held – Western Players
  • Football Tomorrow
  • Baptist Students Have First Meeting
  • Order New Uniforms – WKU Marching Band
  • Angle, Rena. Homecoming, Western’s Gala Event, Was Started in ’27; Team Has Been Winner in Five of Annual Classics
  • Cheer Leaders for ’34 Chosen by Chapel Vote
  • Homecoming Program
  • Schoolmasters’ Club Meets October 9th
  • Goes to Scottsville
  • Keller, Roy. Cedar House Is Now Open Entire Week
  • Largest Homecoming Crowd in History of Western Will Trek to Hill on Nov. 3
  • Student Employees Get First Pay Checks – Federal Emergency Relief Administration
  • Appears on Program – Warren County Convention of Christian Churches
  • Homecoming
  • Life More Life
  • The Cedar House
  • Angle, Rena. The Magic Word
  • Periodical ...


Hollins Student Life (1934 Oct 9), Hollins College Oct 1934

Hollins Student Life (1934 Oct 9), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Regional Conference of W.I.L. to Meet at Hollins: First Convention to Meet in Any Southern State—President Roosevelt to Arrive in Roanoke—Edith Wriggins Speaks in Recent Convocation: Exchange Student Tells of Experiences Abroad—Appointments Made on “Cargoes” Staff—New Books Are Added to College Library—Honor Students for 1933-34 Announced—Dr. W.L. Lingle Gives Opening Address—Happy Birthday! “Miss Matty’s” Birthday Celebrated Here Today: Was President of Hollins for Thirty-Two Years—Apprentice Theatre to Present Plays—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—In Memoriam: Sarah Sanders—Cotillion Club Elects Nineteen Members—“Green ...


Colonnade October 8, 1934, Colonnade Oct 1934

Colonnade October 8, 1934, Colonnade

Colonnade

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Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xi, No. 1, Wku Student Affairs Sep 1934

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xi, No. 1, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Literary Autopsies
  • Personals
  • Society
  • The Sport Light

This issue contains articles:

  • Many Teachers Are Given Leave This Semester
  • 450 Students Enroll in Training School
  • Meet on Campus – Teachers Institute
  • Western Band Will Consist of 100 Pieces
  • Temple, Ethel. Hancock County School News Is Unusual Paper
  • 3rd Education Group to Meet on Hill Oct. 12 – Third District Educational Association
  • Homecoming to Be November 3
  • Dramatic Club Meets Sept. 25
  • J.B. Goranflo Gets Post Office Job
  • Coaches Will Meet Here Each Year in Future ...


Hollins Student Life (1934 Sept 19), Hollins College Sep 1934

Hollins Student Life (1934 Sept 19), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: “Student Life” Sends a Message to ’38—Y.W.C.A. to Entertain in Honor of Freshmen—Freshman Questions “Student Life” Reporter—Group Leaders to Hold Meetings for New Girls—Susannah Turner Speaks Briefly to Class of ’38—Junior President Greets Freshmen—Schedule Announced for Opening Week—Directory of New Students


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. X, No. 18, Wku Student Affairs Jul 1934

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. X, No. 18, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Chapel Calendar
  • Class & Club
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Trype

This issue contains articles:

  • Hill Sponsors Local Vespers during Summer
  • Astronomer Visits on Hill and Shows Novel Instruments – David Phillips
  • Two in Glee Club Are Identified
  • Article of Teacher Is Published – Margie Helm
  • Hodge, Mary. Booklet Gives Details of Training School Work
  • 823 Students Are Enrolled for This Term
  • Board of Regents Convenes on Hill
  • Article Appears – A.L. Crabb
  • Bo McMillan Will Conduct School Here in August
  • Nursery School Is Opened Here
  • Geography Class Will Make ...


Cedarville College Bulletin, July-August 1934, Cedarville College Jul 1934

Cedarville College Bulletin, July-August 1934, Cedarville College

Cedarville College Bulletin

No abstract provided.


Hollins Student Life (1934 Jun 4), Hollins College Jun 1934

Hollins Student Life (1934 Jun 4), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: President Randolph Explains Administration Changes: Conducts Last Convocation May 30th—Dramatic Board Presents Gifts—Alumnae Institute to be Opened This Summer—President Randolph Addresses Reynolds High Graduating Class—Scholarship Awarded to Miss Fletcher—Miss Sitler’s Portrait Presented by Students—Teachers Leaving Campus Next Year—Team Captains are Elected for Next Year—New Y.W.C.A. Cabinet Installed at Convocation—“As You Like It” Pleases Audience—McCoy Addresses the A.D.A.’s—Athletic Association Holds Supper Hike—Commencement Plans—Full Schedule Announced: Thompson, Metcalf Will Be Speakers—Spring Dance Given by Cotillion Club—Summer ...


Colonnade May 29, 1934, Colonnade May 1934

Colonnade May 29, 1934, Colonnade

Colonnade

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Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. X, No. 16, Wku Student Affairs May 1934

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. X, No. 16, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Class & Club
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Trype

This issue contains articles:

  • Over 2000 Students and Faculty Members Go to State Capital on May 21
  • Cook, Thomas. Faculty Members Secure Noted Site – Sally’s Rock
  • Orchestra Gives Chapel Program
  • Distribution of 1934 Talisman Began Tuesday
  • Joe Ward Sentenced by Jury to Support Dearly Loved Wife – Congress Debating Club
  • Frosh Have Picnic – Class of 1937
  • “W” Club Banquet Made Annual Event at Kentucky Education Association
  • Music Students Give Recital
  • Transylvania Host to Press Meet Recently
  • Glee Club Makes Two Trips to Nearby Towns
  • Miss Mary Walton Gets Position
  • Student Body Is Entertained by Local Citizens
  • A.L. Crabbe Is Here
  • Students Conduct Services
  • Glee Club Gives Programs
  • Hold Weiner Roast – Baptist Young People’s Union
  • Pool Is Opened; Rates Are Given
  • Delivers Commencement Addresses
  • Pearl, F.L. Herald Writer Examines Supplementary Statuary
  • Richard Black, Friend of Mr. J.R. Whitmer, Undaunted Traveler and Explorer
  • Pupils of Miss Naomi Allen Give Piano Recital
  • Program Given Mother’s Day Is Successful
  • In Closing
  • Robertson, Charley. Farewell!
  • Elected Superintendent – O.W. Wallace
  • N.O. Taff Delivers Addresses
  • Advice to the Lovelorn
  • Foreman Rudd Accepts New Job
  • The Spirit of the Hill
  • Western Hands Cards 2nd Jolt – University of Louisville
  • TPI Conquers Western 15-7
  • College High ...


Colonnade May 22, 1934, Colonnade May 1934

Colonnade May 22, 1934, Colonnade

Colonnade

No abstract provided.


Ua1a Students Weekly, News Publishing Company May 1934

Ua1a Students Weekly, News Publishing Company

WKU Archives Records

Weekly Bowling Green newspaper which catered to students at WKU, Bowling Green Business University and College High.


Colonnade May 11, 1934, Colonnade May 1934

Colonnade May 11, 1934, Colonnade

Colonnade

No abstract provided.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. X, No. 15, Wku Student Affairs May 1934

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. X, No. 15, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Chapel Calendar
  • Class & Club
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Training School News
  • Trype

This issue contains articles:

  • “College Day” Invitation Is Given Students
  • Men’s Glee Club Gives Recitals
  • Pearl, Francis. Flowers, Bull Frog Found in Campus Beauty Spot
  • Senior Dinner Dance to BE Given May 21
  • Mrs. Bert Smith Undergoes Operation
  • Runner, Merryl. Hadley High Seniors Take Unique Trip Through South
  • Girls’ Glee Club Gives Concert
  • Dr. Earl Moore’s Mother Passes
  • Plans for May Commencement Are Completed
  • Industrial Arts Group Announces Second Open Shop
  • Ewell ...


Hollins Student Life (1934 May 10), Hollins College May 1934

Hollins Student Life (1934 May 10), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: May Day Weekend Brings Many Guests to Hollins: Special Events Predominate the Calendar—Freshmen Debaters Tie with William and Mary—Sitler Elected President Va. Academy of Science—Metcalf, Thompson Will Be Speakers—Benefit Supper Pays All of Cabin Debt—Cast for “As You Like It” Announced—New Council Installed in Convocation Service—Bankson Wins Trophy for Best Horsemanship—The Legislative Committee Reports on Student Petitions: Some Petitions Go to the Administration—Hollins Student Life Staff—State I.R.C. Holds First Convention at V.P.I.—“Take-off” on the Horse Show in Initiation Stunt—Waiters Amuse Audience ...


Colonnade May 1, 1934, Colonnade May 1934

Colonnade May 1, 1934, Colonnade

Colonnade

No abstract provided.


Cedarville College Bulletin, May-June 1934, Cedarville College May 1934

Cedarville College Bulletin, May-June 1934, Cedarville College

Cedarville College Bulletin

No abstract provided.