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Volume 10, Number 17 April 13th, 1938


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  • Page 1

    Bard Musicians Present Varied Concert Monday
    • Faculty, Student Talent Joins in Program at Bard Hall
      • A Review
    "Martha" Classical Swing Classic, Is Bardians Favorite
    • Larry Clinton's Rendition of Flotow Annoys, Pleases, as Taste Varies
        -William Rueger
    Seabrook Talks at Bard Benefit in Poughkeepsie
    • Traveler-Author Describes Search for "Great, Good, Beautiful"
    Science Club Plans Lectures for Future
    • Vogt and Kritzler Among Speaks After Easter
    Ackerman Takes New College Job
    • Will Study for Master's Degree While Coaching
      • Bard Physical Director Sees "Advancement in Field" At Bard Since 1935
      -John Smith
    Bard Astronomers to Study Eclipse
    • Group Will Photograph Phenomenon
    Bard's New Traffic Artery Opened by Walt McDermott
    • Though No One Uses It, The Highway Behind Orient Hall is Finished
        -William H. Jordy
  • Page 2

    Editorial: United Front to the Right . . .
    Editorial: Babies in Drama
    Looking Around
      -William H. Jordy
    Letters to the Editor
    Billings Exhibits in New Art Circle
    Juniors Hear Plans on Senior Project
  • Page 3

    With the Squad
      -John Goldsmith
    Bard May Compete in Penn Relays
    • Consider Entry of Relay Team in Quarter Mile
      • Definite Decision Awaits Further Information, Ackerman Says
    Non-Socs Place Three Men On All-Star Softball Team
    • Kaps and Eulexians Each Gain Two Posts on Honorary Combine—Pickard and White Represent Titleholders
    Weather-man Foils Ackerman's Efforts to Hold Outdoor Drills
    • Rain and Snow Soak Field, So Squad Practices in Gymnasium
    Netmen to Conduct Ladder Tournament
    Kaps Overwhelm Non-Socs to Win Softball Crown
    • Tewksbury Trophy Retired From Competition by Victorious Team
  • Page 4

    Continuations and Advertisements


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