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Volume 3, Number 16 October 15th, 1936


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  • Page 1

    Bennington, Bard Discuss Policies This Week-End
    • Conference Here
    • Social And Academic Organization Of Two Colleges Will Be Chief Point of Interest
    Student Council
    Two Groups Test Evidence In Case Of Robert Burke
    • Columbia Student Acquitted and Convicted By Different Groups
    Dr. D. A. McGregor To Preach Here
    "Friday Night" Controversy Rends Campus Tranquility
    • Fraternities, Non-Socs. Seek to Reconcile Conflicting Theories Concerning Proper Meeting Time
    Roosevelt and Landon Tie In Bard Political Rally
    • Campaign Talks Present Issues Before Country
    • Left Shows Gain In Analysis Of Wednesday Poll
      • Rise Of Thomas And Browder Significant In College Community Trend
    • Summary
      • Final Poll Results of Student-Faculty Votes
    Noted Educators Will Come Here
    Outing Club Plans Ski Trails, Shelter In The Catskills
    Publishing Date Of "Sketch Book" Set For October
  • Page 2

    WPA Federal Theatre Bureau To Help Student Playwrights
    • "Museum Piece" Plays Decried By Hallie Flanagan, National Director; Asks For Fresh Talent
    Afternoon Tea At The Stone Jug
    The Faculty
    A Rowing Scull, Mr. Vincent Astor, And Two Students
  • Page 3

    Church Mouse' Well Attended
  • Page 4

    An Open Letter To The Republican National Committee
      -Milton S. Mayer
    Our Common Aim With Bennington . . . .
    Looking Around
      -Dick Rovere
    Letters To The Editor
    • ["Freshman rules have a necessary place…"]
    • Amateur Skits
        -Junior/Clinton Jones
      -Henry J. Zellweger
  • Page 5

    • Bard Loses To Springfield 6-0
      • Three Goals in Four Minutes Decide Game
    • Smythe, Chapin Lead In Tennis
      • Many Tournament Sets Yet To Be Played
    • Weisberger, Pickard Tie In 100-Yard Dash
    • Beat Trinity
      • Editorial
    • Rensselaer Wins Bard Opener, 5-1
    • Wesleyan Harriers Crush Bard Team In Opener, 15--40
    With the Squad
      -Jim Magee
  • Page 6

    Alumni Notes


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