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College Eye - Friday, September 16, 1932 (Volume 24, Number 2)

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President will speak to campus leaders at banquet October 5 1 News /ni/1932/00000009.jpg
Mrs. Schmidt coaches prize wining quartet 1 News /ni/1932/00000009.jpg
Sigma Tau Delta selects magazine officers for year 1 News /ni/1932/00000009.jpg
Press banquet is Wednesday; board arranges journalism party; approves Gilson appointment 1 News /ni/1932/00000009.jpg
Fourteen local professors will address group; faculty members invited to Teachers Association Convention 1 News /ni/1932/00000009.jpg
Bartlett Hall changes dining service hours; west wing is vacant 1 News /ni/1932/00000009.jpg
Art League plans to have co-eds model for future studies 1 News /ni/1932/00000009.jpg
Campus Juliets have monumental patience 1 News /ni/1932/00000009.jpg
Fewer freshmen fail English than in 1931 1 News /ni/1932/00000009.jpg
'The Scarecrow' is selected as first fall play; Stanley Wood fills Holden's place as technical director 1 News /ni/1932/00000009.jpg
Sophomores plan to settle frosh cap ruling Wednesday 1 News /ni/1932/00000009.jpg
Fred Cram publishes an elementary text on use of references 1 News /ni/1932/00000009.jpg
Blue Key will meet this noon; honor fraternity to elect new members at year's first meeting 1 News /ni/1932/00000009.jpg
Church honors house mothers this Sunday 1 News /ni/1932/00000009.jpg
Michigan police hold brothers suspected of college forgery 1 News /ni/1932/00000009.jpg
Fry's Orchestra will play dance tonight 1 News /ni/1932/00000009.jpg
Untitled 1 News /ni/1932/00000009.jpg
Enrollment for Saturday classes hits thirty-four 1 News /ni/1932/00000009.jpg
Council chooses two members for board of control 1 News /ni/1932/00000009.jpg
Weekly music hours will begin Tuesday at freshman lecture 1 News /ni/1932/00000009.jpg
Coach schedules debate tryouts in two weeks; Brindley sets September 27 for preliminaries to Irish clash 1 News /ni/1932/00000009.jpg
Education magazine features Dr. Seerley in September issue 1 News /ni/1932/00000009.jpg
Seven acre garden converted into outdoor class laboratory; campus tract serves as a bird refuge home for native plants 2 Feature /ni/1932/00000010.jpg
Editorial board of the College Eye 2 News /ni/1932/00000010.jpg
Editorials; objections to unsettling minds 2 Editorial /ni/1932/00000010.jpg
Editorials; the tragedy of it 2 Editorial /ni/1932/00000010.jpg
Editorials; a puzzle in political science 2 Editorial /ni/1932/00000010.jpg
Editorials; this book entertains 2 Editorial /ni/1932/00000010.jpg
The Line 2 Column /ni/1932/00000010.jpg
Literat = Eye 2 Column /ni/1932/00000010.jpg
Fraternities entertain before pledging while sororities elect new officers 3 News /ni/1932/00000011.jpg
Epworth League party 3 News /ni/1932/00000011.jpg
Y. W. C. A. hike 3 News /ni/1932/00000011.jpg
W. A. A. meeting 3 News /ni/1932/00000011.jpg
Kappa Phi 3 News /ni/1932/00000011.jpg
Phi Tau Theta 3 News /ni/1932/00000011.jpg
Bartlett Hall West 3 News /ni/1932/00000011.jpg
Sorority presidents organize as council to study problems 3 News /ni/1932/00000011.jpg
Morris Isle is scene of weekend retreat 3 News /ni/1932/00000011.jpg
Bartlett Hall teas honor little sisters 3 News /ni/1932/00000011.jpg
New officers elected by Catholic students 3 News /ni/1932/00000011.jpg
Y. W. lantern parade will brighten campus during annual party 3 News /ni/1932/00000011.jpg
Women's Gym classes will start 3 News /ni/1932/00000011.jpg
Student here from Burma sees little student difference 4 News /ni/1932/00000012.jpg
College Eye adds thirty reporters after tryouts week 4 News /ni/1932/00000012.jpg
Kindergarten Club entertains freshmen 4 News /ni/1932/00000012.jpg
Former student broadcasts poetry over station WSUI 4 News /ni/1932/00000012.jpg
College Eye staff plans reader survey to improve paper 4 News /ni/1932/00000012.jpg
Whitford and aids push men in work-outs; Panthers will open season next Saturday at Dubuque 5 News /ni/1932/00000013.jpg
No admission fee to be charged for athletic contests 5 News /ni/1932/00000013.jpg


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