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College Eye - Friday, February 19, 1932 (Volume 23, Number 31)

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Columbia professor will speak at church service 1 News /ni/1931/00000101.jpg
Commencement is set for Thursday, March 2; dinner will be March 1 1 News /ni/1931/00000101.jpg
Richman soloist with symphony; college orchestra of 65 pieces will present program Wednesday night 1 News /ni/1931/00000101.jpg
Mathematicians will convene here during scientists' conclave 1 News /ni/1931/00000101.jpg
One needs a quarantine for this "Hay-Fever" in the house of bliss; spasmodic ailment proves to be infectious; audience suffers seizures 1 Review /ni/1931/00000101.jpg
Women's group now organized; new constitution is adopted; temporary officers to be elected 1 News /ni/1931/00000101.jpg
Students are to see advisers soon 1 News /ni/1931/00000101.jpg
Assembly planned for next Monday 1 News /ni/1931/00000101.jpg
New building is project here; plans for college Commons are now in process of preparation, announces President Latham 1 News /ni/1931/00000101.jpg
Tuition policy is revised; change in rates is to become effective in June 1 News /ni/1931/00000101.jpg
Advance sale for Paderewski concert begins February 10 1 News /ni/1931/00000101.jpg
Hart calls district meeting to plan illiteracy campaign 1 News /ni/1931/00000101.jpg
Speakers are chosen for extempore division of Iowa college meet 1 News /ni/1931/00000101.jpg
Juniors to stage dance tonight; Charles Crusoe and ten piece band will entertain at Washington Ball 1 News /ni/1931/00000101.jpg
Salaries here are cut five per cent 1 News /ni/1931/00000101.jpg
Y. W. election will be next Wednesday 1 News /ni/1931/00000101.jpg
Graduation candidates will meet 1 News /ni/1931/00000101.jpg
Local matmen meet Wisconsin team tonight; Coach Dave McCuskey hopes to add to this year's list of victories over Western Conference competition 1 News /ni/1931/00000101.jpg
Debaters have heavy schedule; local speakers participate in eighth forensic contest during past week 2 News /ni/1931/00000102.jpg
Students here acclaim artist; Nevada Van der Veer presents varied vocal program in Auditorium 2 Review /ni/1931/00000102.jpg
Maybe there are cheating professors 2 Editorial /ni/1931/00000102.jpg
Music department here presents six students in regular group recital 2 News /ni/1931/00000102.jpg
Registrar returns from winter trip 2 News /ni/1931/00000102.jpg
Associated council here receives variety of data on college cut systems 2 News /ni/1931/00000102.jpg
Sarg's marionettes to play here twice 2 News /ni/1931/00000102.jpg
Maurine Gard to give piano recital in Gilchrist chapel Monday evening 2 News /ni/1931/00000102.jpg
Kurtz, Waugh present ensemble class recital 2 News /ni/1931/00000102.jpg
Three sororities are entertaining with dances tomorrow evening 3 News /ni/1931/00000103.jpg
Phi Chi Delta ceremonial will take place Thursday 3 News /ni/1931/00000103.jpg
Annual colonial ball is tomorrow evening 3 News /ni/1931/00000103.jpg
Deutscher Verein 3 News /ni/1931/00000103.jpg
Untitled 3 News /ni/1931/00000103.jpg
Untitled 3 News /ni/1931/00000103.jpg
The Line 3 Column /ni/1931/00000103.jpg
Student writes on "The Merits of Wrestling" 4 News /ni/1931/00000104.jpg
Schneidermen meet Reinbeck Tuesday in title contest; Little Tutors drop game to Waverly team in extra session 4 News /ni/1931/00000104.jpg
Tutor matmen drop decision to Iowa State; Harman wins feature match from Thomas of Ames with decision 4 News /ni/1931/00000104.jpg
Delphians win game to keep record intact in girls' intramurals 4 News /ni/1931/00000104.jpg
Panthers meet Methodists in conference go; Willert, Meewes lead mates to victory over Penn cage team 4 News /ni/1931/00000104.jpg
Wrestling and court games scheduled for intramurals tomorrow 4 News /ni/1931/00000104.jpg
Grad will head study tour through Europe 4 News /ni/1931/00000104.jpg
Panther Tales 4 Column /ni/1931/00000104.jpg

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