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Volume 14, Number 16 April 21st, 1937
 

ISSUE CONTENT SUMMMARY




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  • Page 1

    Columbia-Bard Debate Tonight On Wages-Hours
    • Princeton And Vassar Frosh On Forensic Schedules; Plans For Next Year
    Where Can Ducks Drink Is Answered By W. Vogt
    • Importance Of Marshes To Birds And As A Means Of Flood Control Shown By College Graduate
    Sabin's 12-Piece Band For Senior Ball
    Vassar Adopts Reading Periods, Drop Mid-Years
    Co-Op Proposals To Be Presented To Convocation
    • Investments By Students To Finance Campus Store; Ask Voluntary Action
    R. Evans Of M. I. T. To Discuss Work In The Sciences
    College Backs Peace Meeting
    • Griffin To Talk On Spanish War At Convocation
      • Theatre Will Give Scenes From 'Bury The Dead'; Discussion To Follow
    Art Of Photography Discussed By Cramer
  • Page 2

    Throbbing Drum Beats . . .
    Insecurity And Dictators . . .
    Looking Around
      -Dick Rovere
    Letters To The Editor
    • Editorial Comment
        -Jacob T. Cramer, Editor, The Bardian
    Letters To The Editor
    • The BBCWM
        -HJZ
    Faculty News
    Sports
      -Jim Magee
  • Page 3

    Eight Lettermen Report For Ball
    • Pitching Staff Bolstered By Herrick and Holt
    Husted Coaches Bard's Netmen
    • Team Prepared For Successful Season
    Tennis Match Doubtful
    Final Softball Standings
    Urge Week-End Dances For Campus Social Life
  • Page 4

    Course 'War And Peace' For Hobart And Wm. Smith
    Archeology Class Visits Metropolitan Art Museum
    Kaps Win Dean's Cup

 

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