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College Eye - Wednesday, June 5, 1935 (Volume 27, Number 44)

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Science department, athletics, publications, dramatics, make forward strides in past year; retirement of Dr. Begeman is major change in science group 1 News /ni/1934/00000137.jpg
Eye seeks new "Ad" manager 1 News /ni/1934/00000137.jpg
Variety of books will be reviewed in Summer series 1 News /ni/1934/00000137.jpg
'Get Personality,' Nollen cautions budding Tutors 1 News /ni/1934/00000137.jpg
Summer leisure program planned 1 News /ni/1934/00000137.jpg
Jernegan gives views concerning Chicago U. plan 1 News /ni/1934/00000137.jpg
Liver lunch followed by bath gives Nancy Newt fresh outlook; member of the Order of Salamanders tries simple life 1 Feature /ni/1934/00000137.jpg
New 'Eye' staff resumes duties; need reporters 1 News /ni/1934/00000137.jpg
Rhythm Rascals to play for rec dance 1 News /ni/1934/00000137.jpg
College grants degree to 262 1 News /ni/1934/00000137.jpg
Topics announced for forum meets 1 News /ni/1934/00000137.jpg
Well rounded social program for summer term students includes variety of activities; registration tea, faculty-student reception held today 1 News /ni/1934/00000137.jpg
Logan is soloist at next Sunday chapel 1 News /ni/1934/00000137.jpg
Finlayson to edit student handbook 1 News /ni/1934/00000137.jpg
Communist Athletes 2 Editorial /ni/1934/00000138.jpg
Develop yourself if you would develop others, Nollen advises Spring graduates 2 News /ni/1934/00000138.jpg
P. S.--He didn't get the job 2 Editorial /ni/1934/00000138.jpg
Campuses from Coast to Coast 2 Column /ni/1934/00000138.jpg
Tutors finish great season on cinderpath; Dickinsonmen win pair of conference track championships 3 News /ni/1934/00000139.jpg
"Today's new ideas date back to 18th century"--Jernegan 3 News /ni/1934/00000139.jpg
Panther netmen close successful season on courts 3 News /ni/1934/00000139.jpg
Alumni ball club defeats varsity 3 News /ni/1934/00000139.jpg
Annual athletic recognition day held Wednesday; Klotz honored; Kimberlin, Cheney named most valuable 4 News /ni/1934/00000140.jpg
Famous for his ball-playing, "Ev" Scott prefers Ping-Pong; Panther pitcher turns in no-hit, no-run game at Ypsilanti 4 News /ni/1934/00000140.jpg
"How are bulletins mailed?" answered for many inquirers 4 News /ni/1934/00000140.jpg
Eddie Cram writes song, "Blind Date" 4 News /ni/1934/00000140.jpg
Work of Women's League for past year summarized 5 News /ni/1934/00000141.jpg
"Earmarks: of first training school discovered by reporter; little white school house once surrounded by prairie grass 5 Feature /ni/1934/00000141.jpg
Registration tea today inaugurates social activities of summer term 5 News /ni/1934/00000141.jpg
Virginia Lawrence crowned queen at campus May fete 5 News /ni/1934/00000141.jpg
'At Homes' resumed for summer term 5 News /ni/1934/00000141.jpg
Coon-Curtis nuptials announced on May 25 5 News /ni/1934/00000141.jpg
Bulletin board at Crossroads has new role 5 News /ni/1934/00000141.jpg
"Wee, wee, wee!" pigs on campus 5 News /ni/1934/00000141.jpg
Cory, Paul attend Robinsonian drama 5 News /ni/1934/00000141.jpg

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