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Volume 1, Number 17 September 22nd, 1937
 

ISSUE CONTENT SUMMMARY




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  • Page 1

    Trustees Alter Adopted Plans for Co-op Store:
    • New College Store to Give Ten Percent Rebate, Allow Credit
    Six Bardians Attend Square Dance in Upper Red Hook:
    • Local Students Trounced by Red Hook Natives in Provincial Marshmallow-Barrel Relay
    A.S.U. Has First Meeting of Year, Explaining Ideals:
    • Bard Chapter to Promote Annual Peace Strike in Spring
    37 Men Report for Fall Sports
    • Eight New Men Join Harriers; Five for Soccer
    New Instructors Represent Many Fields of Study
    • New Men in Philosophy, Economics, Science, Fine Arts
    Four Freshman Chosen as John Bard Scholars
    Formal Dinner Begins Academic Year 1937-38
    • Hawkes, Koenig, Greet New Men
    To the Editor
      -Harold Mestre
    Embryonic Crew Has First Practice on the Hudson River:
    • Week-end Row, However, Proves Unfortunate for William Jordy, who Capsizes in Mid-Stream
    Bardians Visit Foreign Shores
    • France, England Popular with Local Tourists This Summer
  • Page 2

    Editorial: Bard and Progress . . . .
    Editorial: Britain Blunders Forth . . . .
    Looking Around
      -William Jordy
    With the Squad
      -Jim Magee
    Zellweger Matilda Substitutes in Niche Made for St. Stephen
    Summers Teaching at Cornell Med. Center
  • Page 3

    Communications
    • Freshman Beware!
    • Freshman Take Care!
    • Trade From Co-Op Dealers
    Booters, Harriers to Open Fall Sports Season Oct. 2
    • Six Games Listed for Soccer Season
    From the Coach
      -George "Ackie" Ackerman
    Runners Start Vs. Wesleyan:
    • Annual Interscholastic Meet Oct. 23rd
  • Page 4

    Forum Activities Begin Next Week With Organizing
    Property Bought by Board of Trustees
    C. Ray Carpenter Returns to Bard
    New Students of Year 1937-38

 

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