Campus Collegian, March 9, 1934, Vol. 18, No. 18

Band Faces Fight For Existence--We Go to College to Study, Declare Students in U Survey--79 Women Pledged to 8 Sororities--Cooperative Plan Being Considered--50 CWA Horses Used on Campus--TU Union Approved by Committee--Senior Program Set For May 21--O'Neill Considers Nickel Bus Fare--Business Review Lists Food Costs--"Macbeth" Income is Nearly $1,000--March 23 is Date of Model Assembly--Stationery, Seals Sold in Bookstore--Pierre DeLanux Speaks at Convo--Felipe Molina Ill, Returns Next Week--Four Debates to End Season--Jobs For Personnel Director Assigned by Student Critics--Enrollment Totals 1,804, 6.4% Decrease--Students Receive Activity Cards--Back the Band--More Social Activities--Lezius Condition Reported Better--Sue and Betty--Directs Campus Landscape Work--Purely Personnel--New System of Grading is Adopted--Library Hours And Fines--Meet the Faculty--Formal Pledge Parties Held by 8 Sororities This Week, Emerson Gill Pays Visit to Sigma Beta Phi House--Orians to Head Summer Session--Nash Will Welcome Guests of U Club--Class Criticizes Campus Projects--Writes Manual for Leadership--Rocket Track Team Opens Against BG March 22--Cagers Win Six, Lose Nine Tilts--Independent Girls Open Cage Tourney--Alpha Phi Wins Swimming Meet, Phi Kappas Are Close Second--Wrestlers to Meet in TU Title Bouts--Intramurals-- 30 Men Report at Football Meet--Robert Murray Speaks to University Students--First Baseball Practice Postponed till Monday, The Collegian Microfilm, Roll#2
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Abstract/Description: Band Faces Fight For Existence--We Go to College to Study, Declare Students in U Survey--79 Women Pledged to 8 Sororities--Cooperative Plan Being Considered--50 CWA Horses Used on Campus--TU Union Approved by Committee--Senior Program Set For May 21--O'Neill Considers Nickel Bus Fare--Business Review Lists Food Costs--"Macbeth" Income is Nearly $1,000--March 23 is Date of Model Assembly--Stationery, Seals Sold in Bookstore--Pierre DeLanux Speaks at Convo--Felipe Molina Ill, Returns Next Week--Four Debates to End Season--Jobs For Personnel Director Assigned by Student Critics--Enrollment Totals 1,804, 6.4% Decrease--Students Receive Activity Cards--Back the Band--More Social Activities--Lezius Condition Reported Better--Sue and Betty--Directs Campus Landscape Work--Purely Personnel--New System of Grading is Adopted--Library Hours And Fines--Meet the Faculty--Formal Pledge Parties Held by 8 Sororities This Week, Emerson Gill Pays Visit to Sigma Beta Phi House--Orians to Head Summer Session--Nash Will Welcome Guests of U Club--Class Criticizes Campus Projects--Writes Manual for Leadership--Rocket Track Team Opens Against BG March 22--Cagers Win Six, Lose Nine Tilts--Independent Girls Open Cage Tourney--Alpha Phi Wins Swimming Meet, Phi Kappas Are Close Second--Wrestlers to Meet in TU Title Bouts--Intramurals-- 30 Men Report at Football Meet--Robert Murray Speaks to University Students--First Baseball Practice Postponed till Monday
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Student newspapers and periodicals--Ohio--Toledo
Universities and colleges--Ohio--Toledo
University of Toledo



Toledo, Ohio, United States
1919-1999
Date Issued: 1934-03-09