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Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xiii, No. 5, Wku Student Affairs Dec 1936

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

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class & Club
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Sport-Shots

This issue contains articles:

  • Presidents of County Delegations Are Elected
  • Olga Randolph in Cast of “Holiday”
  • President Henry Cherry Reveals Calendar of Summer School
  • Social Studies Council Holds Meet Recently
  • Peace Menaced, Organizer Says – William Ackerman, Emergency Peace Campaign
  • Cantata to Be Presented by Choir Dec. 13
  • Sterrett Cuthbertson Made N.Y.A. Supervisor
  • Clarence Denman Lists “Boners” Given as Quiz Answer
  • Dave Kerr Conducts Net Clinic Friday on Local Floor
  • Books Borrowed from Library for Dorm Girls ...


Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 45, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore Dec 1936

Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 45, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore

WKU Archives Records

Script for weekly WKU broadcast on WHAS radio. This show included Earl Moore, W.M. Pearce, L.L. Hudson, ? Trigg and James Arnold.


A Study Of The Attitudes & Contributions Of Organized Labor To Education Prior To 1860, H. B. Mcalister Dec 1936

A Study Of The Attitudes & Contributions Of Organized Labor To Education Prior To 1860, H. B. Mcalister

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

This study presents a somewhat connected narrative of the attitudes and contributions of organized labor to education prior to 1860. It has a twofold purpose: first, it is concerned with a consideration of the psychological, economic, social and political background which provided and shaped the determining factors of organized labor's earlier educational attitudes and contributions; and second, with an investigation for evidences as to the nature, extent and significance of these attitudes and contributions in evaluating labor's part in establishing our system of free public school education.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xiii, No. 4, Wku Student Affairs Nov 1936

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

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class & Club
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Sport-Shots

This issue contains articles:

  • Third District Educational Association Meets on Hill
  • College Chorus to Present Oratorio “Prince of Peace”
  • Murray Head to Speak to College Press – James Richmond
  • Dorm Girls Give Leap Year Dance in Gymnasium
  • Dr. Gordon Wilson Speaks at Alvaton High
  • State College Heads Convene Here Nov. 8-9
  • New Press Box to Be Erected
  • L. T. Smith Is to Attend Conference at Chicago
  • Western Has for Guests 1914 Gridmen
  • Kerns, Hazel. Louis Salomon Is Heard in ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xiii, No. 3, Wku Student Affairs Oct 1936

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

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class & Club
  • Personals
  • Society

This issue contains articles:

  • Cornerstone Program Slated for 4 PM – Cherry Hall
  • Western Prepares for Annual Homecoing
  • Lillian Johnson at Work at University of Chicago
  • Shelton, Marjorie. Herald Reporter Finds Fall Play “Colossal”
  • Third District Education Association to Convene Here
  • M.L. Billings Addresses Training School at Chapel Exercises
  • McNally, Perkerson Slated to Speak at Lexington
  • Librarians to Attend Southeastern Library Association
  • Edgar Stansbury Paid Visit by Thief; Watch Missing
  • Pep Rally Is Recent Radio Presentation
  • Congress Club Plans for Pete Complete
  • College High Orchestra to Appear
  • President’s Daughter Is Writer Woman’s Column – Josephine Cherry Lowman
  • Local Students Attend Recent Baptist Student Union Convention
  • French Club
  • Home Economics Department to Give Tea to Grads
  • Thief Enters Herman Lowe’s Home
  • Sybil Stoncipher Plans to Attend Kentucky Classical Assoc.
  • Social Studies to Meet Here Soon
  • John Lovett and John Welch to Attend College Press Convention
  • Henry Cherry Erects New ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xiii, No. 1, Wku Student Affairs Oct 1936

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

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class News
  • Club News
  • Hill Topics
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Sport-Shots

This issue contains articles:

  • Plans for Dads’ Day Are Complete
  • Radio Program Tuesday Opens New Fall Series
  • Class Officers Are Nominated
  • Military Club Holds First Fall Meeting
  • Over Two Hundred Students Get National Youth Administration
  • Post Office Has Hours Changed
  • Social Study Council Will Meet on Hill
  • Western Musicians Entertain Rotarians
  • Congress Club Plans Homecoming Fete
  • R.D. Perry Builds Concert Band
  • Kentucky Library Is Given Many Books
  • Western Grads Win Awards in Story ...


A Kentucky Emergency Relief Administration Educational Camp For Unemployed Girls, Mattie Nance Aug 1936

A Kentucky Emergency Relief Administration Educational Camp For Unemployed Girls, Mattie Nance

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

Statement of problem - To observe the conditions of the Sulphur Well Camp of the Kentucky Emergency Relief Administration with the aim of seeking answers to the following questions:

  1. What is the history and the purpose of the Kentucky Emergency Relief Administration Educational Camp?
  2. What type of girls compose the camp?
  3. Is it worthwhile for a girl to spend her time and effort for a period of six weeks in such a camp?
  4. What is the correlation between IQ and achievement in class work at camp?
  5. What is the correlation between IQ and English tests given in the camp?
  6. What is ...


A Study Of The Nursery Schools Conducted At Western Kentucky Teachers College In 1934 And 1935, Ethel Barnard Aug 1936

A Study Of The Nursery Schools Conducted At Western Kentucky Teachers College In 1934 And 1935, Ethel Barnard

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

As a result of the recent rapid increase in number of nursery schools in the United States a great deal of interest in nursery education has been evinced. The purpose of this study is to present a descriptive sketch of the nursery schools conducted at Western Kentucky Teachers College in such a manner that some results of the work may be shown.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xii, No. 18, Wku Student Affairs Jul 1936

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

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class News
  • Club News
  • Society

This issue contains articles:

  • County Superintendents to Meet Here
  • Shirley Ayers Takes City Tennis Halo
  • Former Western Instructor Made College Dean – Baily Wade
  • Pioneer Log Cabin Nearing Completion
  • Cipolloni, Mary. Kentucky Library Given Several Valuable Gifts
  • Freshman Days Are Planned
  • Grimage, Eleanor. Trip to Texas Centennial Is Slated for August 15
  • More Students Receive Jobs
  • Grid Prospects for Next Year Are Excellent
  • Finely Grise Made Member of Planning Board
  • Fall Session to Begin on September 21
  • Folk Festival ...


Reorganization Of Meade County's Schools, Raymond Gibson Jul 1936

Reorganization Of Meade County's Schools, Raymond Gibson

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The purpose of this study is to deal with the undesirable conditions of the county which could be corrected. Why should there be three high schools in the eastern half of the county and none in the western half of the county? Why should one-room schools exist with an average daily attendance of less than ten when the same school could be consolidated with other schools without causing any child to walk more than two miles? Why should there be 225 children in Meade County eligible for high school who are not attending school at any place? Why should the ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xii, No. 17, Wku Student Affairs Jun 1936

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xii, No. 17, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class News
  • Club News
  • Personals
  • Society

This issue contains articles:

  • Macon Leiper Former Instructor, Dies
  • Robert Schell Wins Trustees Annual Award
  • Attends Conferences – Frederick Archer
  • Judson R. Griffin
  • Will B. Hill
  • Wagoner, Hubert. Faculty Members Are Tall Fishermen, Stories Aver
  • Enrollment for Summer Term Is Satisfactory
  • Shultz, Raymond. Drouth Threatens to Ruin R.C. Woodward’s Handiwork
  • 100 Students Are Awarded Certificates - Penmanship
  • Radio Programs Will Be Given in Fall Term
  • Kentucky Library Secures Courier Journal Files
  • New Teachers Are Employed for Summer ...


41st Annual Concert And Commencement, Sherwood Music School Jun 1936

41st Annual Concert And Commencement, Sherwood Music School

Commencement Programs

Program for the Sherwood Music School 41st Annual Concert and Commencement at Orchestra Hall (220 South Michigan Avenue) held on June 18, 1936.


The Development Of Education In Bowling Green, Kentucky, Lula Dickey Vance Jun 1936

The Development Of Education In Bowling Green, Kentucky, Lula Dickey Vance

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

In recent years several articles have been written concerning education in Bowling Green, Kentucky, but the writer has been unable to discover an article that has treated the development of education from the time Bowling Green was established until now. It is the motive of this study to trace the development of education from the time Bowling Green was established until the present time.

Information for this thesis has been obtained from various sources, but the greater part of it has been secured through personal interviews, unpublished manuscripts, scrapbooks and histories.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xii, No. 16, Wku Student Affairs May 1936

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

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class News
  • Club News
  • Personals
  • Society
  • The Sport Light
  • Throbbing Hearts

This issue contains articles:

  • New Building Named H.H. Cherry Hall
  • Regular Class Examinations Begin Monday
  • Nicholas Knight and J.C. Cantrell Win Ogden, Robinson Medals
  • Arndt Stickles Plans State Meeting
  • Kentucky Science Group Holds Meet Here May 8-9
  • Alumni to Have Program Thursday
  • John Lovett Is Herald Editor for Next Year
  • Training School Graduation Held Yesterday Morning
  • Cadet Captain James C. Downer Gets ROTC Medal
  • College High Seniors Get Scholarship Medals ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xii, No. 15, Wku Student Affairs May 1936

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

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Personals
  • Society
  • The Sport Light
  • Throbbing Hearts

This issue contains articles:

  • Academy of Science Convenes Today
  • Mothers Are to Be Honored on Hill Today
  • Junior Prom Tonight
  • Dr. Judson Griffin to Sponsor Ten Day Tour through Virginias
  • Commencement Plans Complete
  • Dorothy Kash Has Poem in Modern Poetry Anthology
  • Men’s Glee Club Ends Tour Today
  • Dr. Gordon Wilson
  • Bowling Green Stone to Be Put in New Building – Cherry Hall
  • Congress Club Banquet Is Set for Wednesday
  • State Association Honors Librarian – Margie Helm
  • Robinson ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xii, No. 14, Wku Student Affairs Apr 1936

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xii, No. 14, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Personals
  • Society
  • The Sport Light
  • Throbbing Hearts

This issue contains articles:

  • Music Festival Slated Here Tomorrow
  • Harvey Gardiner Goes to Interstate Speech Trials
  • College High Latin Club Gives Playlet
  • Western’s Kentucky Education Association Breakfast Is Colorful, Spirited Affair
  • New Regents Named April 18
  • Four County Broadcasts to Be Given during May
  • Commencement Plans Complete
  • Mother’s Day Celebration Set for May 8
  • John Colle Enjoys African Campaign
  • Festival Mass – Franz Strahm
  • Robinson, Ogden Forensic Tests Set for May 11
  • Miss Lillian Johnson ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xii, No. 13, Wku Student Affairs Apr 1936

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xii, No. 13, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class News
  • Club News
  • Personals
  • Society

This issue contains articles:

  • Senior Day Attracts 4,000 Visitors
  • Rehearsals of Spring Play Are Well under Way – To the Ladies
  • Faculty Members, Students Judge Academic Meet
  • Charlie Kramer Killed in Plane Crash Monday
  • Debaters End Season with State Tour
  • All Sections Are Represented Here in Student-Body
  • Festival Mass by Franz Strahm to Be on Air April 8
  • Building Bonds Sell above Par – Cherry Hall
  • Staff Members Leave to Attend Press Meeting
  • Miss Sibyl Stonecipher to Attend ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xii, No. 12, Wku Student Affairs Mar 1936

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xii, No. 12, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class News
  • Club News
  • Personals
  • Society
  • The Sport Light
  • Throbbing Hearts

This issue contains articles:

  • Western Players Will Present Comedy April 13 – To the Ladies
  • Woodwind Quartette Will Present Radio Program Tues.
  • “H.M.S. Pinafore” to Be Presented at Western March 1
  • Avoid Embarrassment, Get Your Annual Now
  • Harvey Gardiner Wins State Forensic Contest March 7
  • Talisman Sales Contest Draws Much Interest
  • Toppers’ 1936 Grid Schedule Is Completed
  • Claggett, John. Western Men More Polite Than Co-eds
  • Debaters Meet Several Teams This Week-end ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xii, No. 11, Wku Student Affairs Mar 1936

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xii, No. 11, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class News
  • Club News
  • Personals
  • Society
  • The Sport Light
  • Throbbing Hearts

This issue contains articles:

  • Oratorical Contest is Here Tomorrow
  • Basketball Team Leaves for Jackson
  • State National Youth Administration Head Here February 28 – Frank Peterson
  • Rose Bampton to Give Concert Here March 20
  • Child Psychology to be Theme of Radio Program March 10 – M.L. Billings
  • Chorus to Sing Concert April 5
  • George Washington Day Program Draws Large Audience
  • Men’s Glee Club Will Give Home Concert March 13
  • Helen Smith Wins Amateur ...


Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 24, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore Mar 1936

Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 24, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore

WKU Archives Records

Script for weekly WKU broadcast on WHAS radio. This particular show is a play written using letters owned by Lenora Lindley of Livermore, Kentucky written by a freed slave in Liberia to her former owner in Ohio County, Kentucky.


Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 23, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore Feb 1936

Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 23, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore

WKU Archives Records

Script for weekly WKU broadcast on WHAS radio. includes letter from Henry Cherry advertising the debate program between WKU and Asbury College. Debaters were Paul Huddleston and Coy Parsley discussing the power of the Supreme Court.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xii, No. 10, Wku Student Affairs Feb 1936

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xii, No. 10, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Personals
  • Society
  • The Sport Light
  • Throbbing Hearts

This issue contains articles:

  • 1000 to Engage in Program Tomorrow – Washington’s Birthday
  • Debaters Meet Asbury Tuesday
  • Local Speech Contest to Be Held March 2
  • Dean Finley Grise Delivers Principal Address Peabody Program
  • Barren County Superintendent Succumbs – W.M. Totty
  • McChesney, Gene. Star Is Theme of Talisman
  • Girls’ Glee Club Gets New Members
  • Recitation Hall Entirely Demolished – Cherry Hall
  • Training School Boy Rates “Good” in Music Contest – Jake Evans
  • County Groups Will Join in Party at ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xii, No. 9, Wku Student Affairs Feb 1936

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xii, No. 9, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Personals
  • Society
  • The Sport Light
  • Throbbing Hearts

This issue contains articles:

  • College Sponsors New Debate Team
  • Talisman Sales Drive to Start within Few Days
  • Training School Student Wins First in Amateur Contest – Tommy Smith
  • Work on Pioneer Log Cabin Is Halted by Bad Weather
  • College Net Tournament Here Feb. 27-29
  • Glenn Maxwell Is Pastor of Church at Lexington, Mo.
  • Mother of G. G. Craig Dies January 27
  • Dr. Franz Strahm to Appear on Radio Program Feb. 11
  • Seward, R.H. Foundation Will Finish ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xii, No. 8, Wku Student Affairs Jan 1936

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xii, No. 8, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Capitol Theatre
  • Class & Club
  • Personals
  • Society
  • The Sport Light
  • Throbbing Hearts

This issue contains articles:

  • Schedule of Activities is Announced
  • Men’s Glee Club Makes 3 Day Concert Tour
  • Speech Class Gives Chapel Program
  • Diddlemen Meet Eastern Here Tomorrow Nite
  • Students Dine with Friend of English King – John Harvis
  • Congress Club Holds Dinner
  • Webster County Five Wins Net Competition
  • Training School Student Awarded Short Story Prize – George Grise
  • Alumni Hold Big Western Rally in Louisville
  • Talisman Is Progressing
  • Dr. R. D. Perry to ...


Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 16, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore Jan 1936

Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 16, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore

WKU Archives Records

Script for weekly WKU broadcast on WHAS radio. This show included Earl Moore and Louis Salomon reviewing Forerunners of American Fascism.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xii, No. 7, Wku Student Affairs Jan 1936

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xii, No. 7, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Society
  • The Sport Light

This issue contains articles:

  • New Building Construction is Rushed – Cherry Hall
  • Men’s Glee Club Opens Concert Season Jan. 15
  • Names Omitted in Broadcast Account
  • Amelia Earhart Will Lecture Here on Jan. 20
  • Bird Census Here Reveals 47 Species
  • Library Staff Presents Radio Program Jan. 7
  • Graduate School Organized 1931
  • Volleyball and Wrestling Card to Start Soon
  • Wilson, Gordon. Old Potter College Served Education Long and Well
  • New Librarian – Geraldine Stephan
  • Dean and Registrar Are Attending Meet at University ...