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College Eye - Friday, July 13, 1934 (Volume 26, Number 6)

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Hill will play at song hour; to present special violin selections July 17 in Auditorium 1 News /ni/1933/00000165.jpg
Behrens will play for Friday dance 1 News /ni/1933/00000165.jpg
Vesper sparrows photographed in nest by Dr. Lantz 1 News /ni/1933/00000165.jpg
Accident injuries will keep two from school three weeks 1 News /ni/1933/00000165.jpg
"Allie" now rated plant equipment 1 News /ni/1933/00000165.jpg
Faculty writings, statistics compiled; books, articles lead 1 News /ni/1933/00000165.jpg
The World This Week 1 Column /ni/1933/00000165.jpg
Three hundred join in Music Hour sing 1 News /ni/1933/00000165.jpg
New Deal "3R's" is forum topic; Dr. Robinson to discuss relief, recovery, and reorganization 1 News /ni/1933/00000165.jpg
"The Late Christopher Bean" proves heart-warming comedy; large first night audience enjoys plot twists, acting 1 Review /ni/1933/00000165.jpg
Bible conference enlists student, faculty players 1 News /ni/1933/00000165.jpg
First summer session started here in 1896 with 180 enrolled; faculty divided tuition fees as their salaries 1 Feature /ni/1933/00000165.jpg
Earlier mailing of Eye planned; Friday morning delivery by carrier awaits postal consent 1 News /ni/1933/00000165.jpg
Birss Curtis talks on advances made in business studies 1 News /ni/1933/00000165.jpg
". . . is Peterson, is Gertrude Stein--" 1 News /ni/1933/00000165.jpg
Today is the day to expect anything 1 Feature /ni/1933/00000165.jpg
Charles to discuss adolescent morals before symposium 1 News /ni/1933/00000165.jpg
Girl Scouts to plan local, college group 1 News /ni/1933/00000165.jpg
Sage will sing at services for July 15 1 News /ni/1933/00000165.jpg
Untitled 2 News /ni/1933/00000166.jpg
Alice in school land 2 Editorial /ni/1933/00000166.jpg
The Line 2 Column /ni/1933/00000166.jpg
Cabell writes on nightmares and calls the result "Smirt" 2 Review /ni/1933/00000166.jpg
Reporter Johnson likes ping pong, painting, sitting down 2 Feature /ni/1933/00000166.jpg
Up-to-date ideas plentiful in Mark Twain's literary essays 2 Review /ni/1933/00000166.jpg
Campuses from Coast to Coast 2 Column /ni/1933/00000166.jpg
Eye editor now hunting new alligator yarn (and reporter) 2 Editorial /ni/1933/00000166.jpg
All-college dance, music hour, forum scheduled for next week 3 News /ni/1933/00000167.jpg
Branch briefs 3 Column /ni/1933/00000167.jpg
Dowden, Steele feted by Kappa Theta Psi's 3 News /ni/1933/00000167.jpg
Finlayson, Vonglan elected as members of Sigma Tau Delta 3 News /ni/1933/00000167.jpg
Boatman, Johnson go vagabonding 3 News /ni/1933/00000167.jpg
Corrections 3 News /ni/1933/00000167.jpg
Yerkes Observatory's director states faith in nature's laws; Barker reports informal talk by Doctor Frost 3 News /ni/1933/00000167.jpg
Canoeing course provides thrills 3 News /ni/1933/00000167.jpg
Branagan discusses garden's color plan 3 News /ni/1933/00000167.jpg
Buxbaum, Peterson at Hampshire, England 3 News /ni/1933/00000167.jpg
Untitled 3 News /ni/1933/00000167.jpg
Dowden-Lewis rites performed July 10 in Waterloo church 3 News /ni/1933/00000167.jpg
News briefs 3 Column /ni/1933/00000167.jpg
Euterpeans entertain guests at Commons 3 News /ni/1933/00000167.jpg
Women's sports 4 News /ni/1933/00000168.jpg
Edward Corton to visit Niagara Falls; return here in fall 4 News /ni/1933/00000168.jpg
Toll is honored by Waterloo chapter of Beta Sigma Phi 4 News /ni/1933/00000168.jpg
Marjorie Mace, Bob Berry win in net finals; Berry provides upset in defeat of Stan Reeves 4 News /ni/1933/00000168.jpg
Handicap tennis tourney begun; thirty entries received in first local tilt of kind 4 News /ni/1933/00000168.jpg
Three advance to quarter finals in faculty golf meet 4 News /ni/1933/00000168.jpg
Myers' team holds top spot in intramurals; Lytlemen down McGilroy's team 3-1 in second encounter 4 News /ni/1933/00000168.jpg

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