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Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xvi, No. 3, Wku Student Affairs Nov 1939

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xvi, 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
  • Club Notes
  • College High Times
  • Music Morsels
  • Payoff with Pay
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Tower Light

This issue contains articles:

  • Faculty Notes – Arndt Stickles, Ercell Egbert, History, Bert Smith, Gordon Wilson, T.S. Marks, Horace McMurtry, Mary Gear
  • Distinguished Persons to Appear Here – American Association of University Women
  • Borrone, Bert. Dr. Arndt Stickles’ Book Grew out of Long Interest
  • Miss Ellen Jeffries Sponsors Field Study Trip
  • International Affairs Are Discussed
  • Two Unusual Squirrels Are Discovered – White Squirrels
  • Walter Wright Selected Head of High School
  • Mother ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xv, No. 18, Wku Student Affairs Jul 1939

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

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Club Notes
  • Music Morsels
  • Payoff with Pay
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Tower Light
  • Training School

This issue contains articles:

  • Prof. Franz Strahm Gives Recital in Chapel
  • Eighteen Students Receive Penmanship Certificates
  • Howard Robey receives Honor at University of Kentucky
  • Haywood Brown Initiated into Phi Delta
  • Alumni Association Officers – Carl Cheyney, R.I. Glover
  • Western Grad to Practice Surgery in Texas – Buell Lawrence
  • Graduate Employed on Tour of West – Houston Gardner
  • Music Building Foreman Attended Western – E.R. Baucum
  • Harry Spilman Speaks for Manufacturers
  • Arndt Stickles Placed ...


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.


Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 21, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore Feb 1936

Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 21, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore

WKU Archives Records

Script for weekly WKU broadcast on WHAS radio. This show included Earl Moore, Franz Strahm, Frances Richards, Paul Huddleston and June Purdom.


Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 19, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore Jan 1936

Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 19, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore

WKU Archives Records

Script for weekly WKU broadcast on WHAS radio. This show included Earl Moore, Margarette Ramsey, Sue Farley, Lavelton Dye and Arndt Stickles.


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.


Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 14, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore Dec 1935

Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 14, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore

WKU Archives Records

Script for weekly WKU broadcast on WHAS radio. This show included Earl Moore, B.S. Rutherford, J. Lewie Harmon, Garentte Stout, Bowling Green Women's Music Club, John Rodes,


The Career Of Edward Ward Carmack And The Cooper-Sharp Trial, Robert Franklin Crutcher Jan 1932

The Career Of Edward Ward Carmack And The Cooper-Sharp Trial, Robert Franklin Crutcher

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The subject of this thesis was suggested to the writer in October 1931, by the History Department of the Western Kentucky State Teachers College. The writer at that time was considering a number of other subjects, but seeing that material could be located easily, and that the field suggested by the subject had not been covered, this subject was chosen. When much of the material had been located and examined it was clearly seen that the material in the field could be grouped under two heads and given this title, “Career of Edward Ward Carmack and the Cooper-Sharp Trial”.

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Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. V, No. 2, Wku Student Affairs Nov 1928

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

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Chapel
  • Class News
  • Club News
  • Editorials
  • Kempusology Inside Out by Kelly Thompson
  • Kollege Kampus Ravings by A. Shavings
  • Personals
  • Training School Notes

This issue contains articles:

  • Hilltoppers Are Hailed as State Champions
  • KIPA Meet at Western
  • Dr. Cherry Boosts Kentucky Building
  • Halloween Party at Potter Hall
  • Many Western Students Go on Excursion
  • Prof. Bert Smith Reviews Laws of Politics in Talk
  • “Naughty Marietta,” Great Opera Comique of Victor Herbert Coming
  • Albing Rats to be Used by Dietetics Class in Home Ec.
  • History Club ...


Ua12/2/1 Normal Heights, Vol. 1, No. 6, Western Kentucky University Oct 1917

Ua12/2/1 Normal Heights, Vol. 1, No. 6, Western Kentucky University

WKU Archives Records

Newsletter and course catalog this issue promotes Patriotic Week.


Ua12/2/1 Normal Heights, Vol. 1, No. 5, Western Kentucky University Aug 1917

Ua12/2/1 Normal Heights, Vol. 1, No. 5, Western Kentucky University

WKU Archives Records

Newsletter and course catalog promoting Western Kentucky University. This issue focuses on the patriotic conference and World War I.


Ua12/2/22 Proceedings, Wku Moot Congress Jan 1912

Ua12/2/22 Proceedings, Wku Moot Congress

WKU Archives Records

Proceedings of the 1912-1913 sessions of the WKU Moot Congress. This student organization was created to teach students about government and hone their debating skills.


Press Gag Law, Robert Satterfield Jan 1903

Press Gag Law, Robert Satterfield

Nelan Political Cartoons

Depicts a large cartoonist labelled "Nelan" dipping a small figure labelled "Penny" in spilled ink with the imprint "Press Gag Law." Behind a small dog says, "How careless of Penny." In 1903, Samuel Pennypacker, Governor of Pennsylvania, signed the Salus-Grady libel law, also known as the "Pennsylvania Anti-Cartoon law," showing his anger with cartoonist Charles Nelan who regularly depicted him as a bird parroting his cousin's rhetoric. There was wide outrage over the Salus-Grady law and it was never enforced and was rescinded in 1907 after Pennypacker's defeat.


An All Around Kick, Charles Nelan Jan 1900

An All Around Kick, Charles Nelan

Nelan Political Cartoons

John Bull, back against a fence, holding a German Merchant ship in one hand and an American Merchant ship in the other, surrounded by Uncle Sam and two unidentified characters [Germany and Italy?] with “Russia” looking over the fence. A pipe-smoking man with a rifle labelled “Kruger” walking in the background.


Will Justice Be Smothered?, Charles Nelan Jan 1900

Will Justice Be Smothered?, Charles Nelan

Nelan Political Cartoons

A blindfolded Lady Justice about to be smothered by two masked men holding a blanket bearing "Political Influence." The table near Justice is labelled "New Jersey" and the book on the table is "Law." A bottle of "Knock-out Drops" and an unconscious woman lie on the ground.


The Sole Survivor, Charles Nelan Jan 1900

The Sole Survivor, Charles Nelan

Nelan Political Cartoons

Grover Cleveland wearing a sign reading, "The Democratic Party cannot with honor undertake the battle of the people except under a Leader that represents it best traditions and purposes." He is sitting on a tomb "W.J. Bryan, Died: 1896 & 1900," with gravestones nearby for Tom Johnson, A.P. Gorman, Dave Hill, Richard Olney, and Judge Parker. Likely refers to the election of 1900 when W.J. Bryan was defeated for the second time (1896 was the first time) by Wm. McKinley. Bryan would run again and be defeated again in 1908.


Subdue The Insurrection!, Charles Nelan Jan 1899

Subdue The Insurrection!, Charles Nelan

Nelan Political Cartoons

Wm. McKinley holding a flag while Uncle Sam faces him holding a broadside reading, "Subdue the insurrection! No other course is possible for the United States to pursue, with national honor. [signed] The Phlippines [sic] Commission." A portrait of General Otis is on the wall behind. Very likely refers to the First Philippine Commission established by McKinley on January 20, 1899.


Listen!, Charles Nelan Jan 1896

Listen!, Charles Nelan

Nelan Political Cartoons

Wm. McKinley and W.J. Bryan kneeling on the ground, each with one ear to the ground. In the clouds, “November elections.” This could refer to either the 1896 election or the 1900 election, Republican McKinley defeating Democrat Bryan in both. The election of 1896 was considered a critical election that changed American politics at the time.