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Volume 13, Number 16 April 8th, 1937
 

ISSUE CONTENT SUMMMARY




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  • Page 1

    Cole Of Trinity To Resign Post As School Head
    • Former Warden of College To Be Succeeded By Mr. M. Edward Dann
    College Alumnus To Lecture Here
    • Preservation Of Wild Life Subject Of Vogt's Talk On Friday Night
    The New Student Council
    • An Editorial
    Interfrat. Group To Put On Dance Saturday, Apr. 17
    • Event Open To All Campus, Old Association Once Again Revived
    W.V. Coal Miners To Visit Campus
    • Four Men On Eastern Tour, To Speak On Problems Of Mining Industry
    Prizes Offered To Bard Poets
    Cramer To Lecture Here, Well Known Photog'pher
    Mark Van Doren Will Speak Here Monday, April 12
    Theatre To Play At Comedy Club
    • Cymbeline' Will Be Shown Before Professional And Amateur Audience
    Council Change To be Voted On By Convocation
    • To Consider Amendments At Meeting Friday; Elections Follow
    Maker Of Dreams Saturday Night
  • Page 2

    Butler Proposes 'To Die On Job,' Not To Retire
    • Plans To Add Forty Million To Columbia Endowment During Next Years
    Co-Op Completes Constitution
    Bury The Dead' Scenes To Be Shown By Theatre
    College Members Are In Operetta
    Chaplain Magnan Of State School Tells Of Work
  • Page 3

    Inside Inside
    • Inside Europe
        -John Gunther
    U.S. Chin Golf Association Sponsors Shaving Contest
  • Page 4

    Looking Around
      -Walter H. Waggoner
    Art Notes
      -H. J. Z.
    Collegiate Press
    Letters To The Editor
    • The A. S. U. Resignation
        -John A. Schultz
    Pessimistic Lectures, Vogue Centuries Ago
  • Page 5

    Sports Page
    • Athletic League For Week-Ends Is Kap Proposal
    Sports Page
    • Free Week' At Princeton For Independent Studies
    Sports Page
    • Free Admission To Games Policy Of Hopkins University
    Sports Page
    • Varsity Schedules
    Sports Page
    • With the Squad
        -Jim Magee
    The Slumber-Snapper' Does Profitable Business
    Harvard College Plans Change In Tutorial System
    Eyes Do Not Wear Out; Says Harvard Prof.
  • Page 6

    Faculty News
    John Schultz Lay Reader At St. John's Church
    Big Enrollment In Agricultural Colleges Discussed
    Debate Cancelled

 

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