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Volume 4, Number 17 November 5th, 1937


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  • Page 1

    Junior-Sophomore Dance Attracts Many Couples Tonight
    • Over 150 Will Dance at First Prom of Season
      • Messner's Orchestra to Provide Music
      • Starts at Nine
    Fraternities and Non-Society Men to Dance Saturday Night
    • Social Groups to Entertain at Their Respective Houses and Neighboring Inns
    Class Presidents Bid Prom Guests Welcome
    Several Guests of Dance Come from Colleges
    Bard to Attend Conference Held at Bennington
    • Smith, Williams Also Will Send Delegates to Panel Discussion
    Program Completed for Third Concert
    Fraternity Pledge
    Dean Tewksbury Quits Position as Head of Bard To Devote Time to Similar Work in Other Fields
    • Resignation Effective on December 31, 1937
    • Dean Since 1934
    To the Editor
      -Harold Mestre
    Music Department Presents Second Concert of Season
    • Selection by Twentieth Century Paul Hindemith Perplex Bard Music-Lovers
  • Page 2

    Asiatic Primate Group Returns from Expedition:
    • Dr. Carpenter from Bard Among Those Studying Primate in Asia
    University Teaches Deaf and Blind Girl to Walk, Talk, Hear
    Progressive Policy Started at Hoffstra
    Kingston Playwrite is St. Stephen's Grad
    Prom Rules List Change in Time
    Department of Psychology at John Hopkins to Reorganize Studies
    University of Pittsburg to Abolish Grants to Football Players
    Fraternities Utilize Co-ops to Save Money
  • Page 3

    Rope' Presented by Bard Theatre October 27-30
    • Murder Thriller Tests Mettle of Bard Thespians
    Art Notes
      -Henry J. Zellweger
    Around Washington
      -Marvin Cox
  • Page 4

    Editorial: Tammany Falls Down . . .
    Editorial: For the Exchange of Ideas
    Looking Around
      -William H. Jordy
    Alms for Oblivion
    Letters to the Editor
  • Page 5

    Scarlet Eleven Ties Hamilton
    • Packard Scores in Last Second of Initial Half
    • High Committee to Test Legality of Bard Goal
        -By James E. Magee
    Pawling High School Runners Annex Jessup Trophy
    Panzer, Hofstra Here Tomorrow
    Albany State Topples Bard Runners 19-36
    Boston Harriers Down Bard, 15-40
    With the Squad
    • When the Clock Stopped
    • Shots at Random
        -Jim Magee
  • Page 6

    Engineer Speaks to A.S.U. About Soviet Republic
    Industrial Research to Alter World Trade
    Prom of Season


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