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Volume 9, Number 17 April 1st, 1938


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  • Page 1

    Seabrook to Talk for Bard Benefit
    • Noted Traveler, Author to Speak April 5 at Vassar
      • Interest in Bard Program Given as Reason for Lecture
      • Mrs. Roosevelt Speaks
    Bard Library Given Books by Columbia
    Koenig Contributes to Michigan Review
    • Study of Federal, State Cooperation
    Are We Mugwumps? Attitude Tests on Communism Say Yes
    • Bardians Shun Revolution, Reaction; Favor Middle Course, Defend War Only
        -Jacob T. Cremer
    Seniors Chose Haymes for Ball
    • Band Nationally-known for Broadcasts, Recordings
    Koch Quits as Head of Ulster Players
    Trustees Approve Continuing Bard
    • Students Greet Dean, Faculty With Fan-fareStudents Greet Dean, Faculty With Fan-fare
      • Bon-fire, Parade Feature Demonstration on Campus
        • Applaud Board 'Aye'
    Student Body Changes Hour of Sunday Supper
    Erskine Meets Bard in 2nd Home Debate
    • South Talks Legislation With North
  • Page 2

    Editorial: Like the Weatherman . . .
    Editorial: Handbook for Red Baiters
    Looking with William H. Jordy
    Editorial of the Month
    • Bombs Over BarcelonaŚMade in America
    Letters to the Editor
  • Page 3

    With the Squad
      -John Goldsmith
    Help With Bowling Chapionship
    • Top Kap Pinmen to Gain Second Leg on Trophy
      • Alexander Leads Mates to Easy Triumph in Title Match
    Baseball Hopefuls Loosen Stiff Limbs in Informal Drill Session
    • Fair Turnout Expected for Regular Practice Next Week
    KGX Wins First Half Crown in Interfraternity Softball Loop
    • Beat Strong Non-Soc Team, 9-7ŚLatter Leads in Second Half Race
    38 Sluggers Outscore '37 Gang, 278-148
    Bomber Favored at 12-1 Tonight


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