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Volume 2, Number 16 September 30th, 1936
 

ISSUE CONTENT SUMMMARY




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  • Page 1

    Arnold-Foster Tells Of Fascism Danger In Spain
    • Collective Anti-War Action By America And Europe Argues Statesman
    Bardian Does Research Work On Genus of Button Wearer
    • Several Offenders Quizzed On Reasons For Political Buttons; Replies Vary Greatly
    Set Tug-Of-War For Monday P.M.; Delays Song Night
    • Student Council, Representative Governing Body of College, Enforces Freshman Rules
    Edwards Visits Ancient Ruins
    Fall Tennis Tourney For Bard Students
    Presidential Straw Vote Follows Political Rally
    Dean Pleased By New Chapel Plan
    • Back From Tercentenary He Says Harvard Is Becoming Like Cambridge
    High Jump Record Broken By Frosh At Track Meet
    M. Fletcher In "Church Mouse" At Bard Theatre
    • Professional and Local Cast in First Production of Season
    Enlarged Library Starts Branches
    135-Year Old Bard Landmark made Into Restaurant
    • Counter Service Announced For Stone Jug, Dining Room To Open Later
    First Offender Of Frosh Rules
    Combined Choirs And Orchestra To Give Oratorio
    • E. White Will Conduct 90 Voices, 25 Pieces Here And In Hudson
  • Page 2

    We Support Roosevelt . . . .
    Athletics And The Bard Program
    Student Government . . . .
    Looking Around
      -Dick Rovere
    Alms for Oblivion
      -Lee Knowles
    With The Squad
    • Athletic Committees
    • Trophies
    • Soccer Prospects
    • In General
        -Jim Magee
  • Page 3

    Two Recitals Mark Weekend; Jesseye Choir Pianist, E. Marcus At Bard Hall; College Theatre Presents C. Newdahl, Tenor
    • Pianist, E. Marcus At Bard Hall; College Theatre Presents C. Newdahl, Tenor
    Radio Programs
  • Page 4

    Continuation Of Previous Articles

 

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