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Volume 8, Number 14 May 29th, 1935
 

ISSUE CONTENT SUMMMARY




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  • Page 1

    Senior Ball Held As College Social Season Nears End
    • Julian Woodworth Plays For 60 Couples In Gay Parisian Setting
    The Forum' Plans A Heavy Schedule For Coming Year
    • Four Weeks Debating Tour During Reading Period Is Considered
    Budget For 1935-'36 Passed By College Wednesday, May 15
    • Increase Voted For Dances And Lyre Tree; Includes Year Book
    Class of '38 Wins Intra-Mural Meet
    • Clayton and Filsinger Win Individual Honors
    Ted Smith '37 Is Elected To Lead '36 Tennis Team
    Hard-Hitting Team Scores For Drew Against Bard Nine
    • Ackerman Uses Three Hurlers; Nineteen Struck Out By Strange
    Kingston Tennis Club Downs Bard In Season's Final
    • Scarlet Banquet Wielders Take But One Match In Six Starts
    College To Celebrate Anniversary June 3
    • 17 Seniors To Be Given B.A. Degrees At Annual Commencement
    • Portrait of John Bard To Be Unveiled
    Phi Beta Kappa Elects 3 At Bard Section Meeting
    • Dr. Dixon Ryan Fox Speaks At Annual Dinner On Natural Sciences
    Anti-War Action Causes Dismissals
    • Columbia Committee To Picket P. and S.
    Nine To Meet Hamilton In Season's Last Game
    Many Projects Are Planned For Bard Theatre Next Year
    • Productions, Lectures and Possible Movie In Offing
  • Page 2

    From the Retiring Board
      -Arthur T. S. Kent
    Lyre Tree Reorganization
      -Richard H. Rovere
    Hearst Movies Get The Gate
    Poetry and Such
    Untitled Poem
      -Geo.
    Reflections Academic
    National Haberdashery
      -Ferdinand Fitch
    Triolet
      -Hugh F. Gage
    Dr. Upton Returning
    Down The Grind
      -William Easton
    Faculty Dance June 1
  • Page 3

    Wins In Baseball And Tennis Clinch Cup For Seniors
    • Juniors Downed 9-1 By Undefeated Class of 1935 Nine
    Dragon Club Holds Annual Banquet At Beekman Arms
    Dr. Carpenter To Take 5 Students To Canal Zone
    Science Club Hears Paper By Donald S. Haverbeck
    R. Clarkson Joins Staff
    Miss Betty Walker and Gordon White '33 Wed
    Voyage
      -Michael Stillman
  • Page 4

    Small Fire In K. G. X. House Quenched
    • Blaze At Noon Discovered By Workmen
    Seventy-fifth Commencement
    • May 27th to June 3rd, 1935
    Alumni Day Held Without Ceremony
    • Annual Meeting Postponed Till Commencement
    35-36 Lyre Tree Staff
    Senior Class Book Published Today
    • Ninety-six Page Volume Distributed Tonight
    Miss Lydia Mange Engaged To Mr. Louis H. Parent

 

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