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    • Proscript (1940-10-02)

    • Pollak Show To Travel -- Tea at Three-Thirty O'clock -- Hodges Has Experience As Teacher & Director of Theater, New Faculty Member Will Direct Plays Here -- Growth of Student Body Traced For Period 1936-1940 -- From The Official Bulletin Board --...
    • 1940-10-02
    • v.2:no.1 (1940:Oct. 2)
    • Proscript (1940-10-09)

    • Notice -- Cotillion Adopts Brilliant Schedule as Rush Week Begins, Ten-Day Period Open For New Aspirants -- Guild to Make Student Designs, Senior Representative Will Be Chosen -- Seniors Sponsor Swing Informal, It's A Date For Saturday Night -- Dr....
    • 1940-10-09
    • v.2:no.2 (1940:Oct. 9)
    • Proscript (1940-10-16)

    • Notice -- Hart Schaaf Reveals An Intimate Knowledge of Russia, I.R.C. Holds First Open Meeting -- Inter-Club Council Is Kept Busy, Dance Schedule Is Club's Biggest Worry -- Membership of Cotillion Hits New High -- Minority Club Initiates Social...
    • 1940-10-16
    • v.2:no.3 (1940:Oct. 16)
    • Proscript (1940-10-23)

    • Barbecue in the Old-Time Manner, A.S.L. Combine Set for Halloween -- Open Letter On '41 Wigwam -- Sports at R.P.I. Are Looking Up, Hockey, Riding, and Swimming Vie For Importance -- Schaff Pursues Several Interests -- Books Added To Library --...
    • 1940-10-23
    • v.2:no.4 (1940:Oct. 23)
    • Proscript (1940-10-30)

    • Fashion on Wheels Visits RPI Nov. 13, N.Y. Originals To Be Shown Students -- Abrams to Exhibit In Penn Academy, Acceptance of Painting Presents Honor, Prestige -- Activities Controlled By Revision of Point System, Dates For All Formal Dances Are...
    • 1940-10-30
    • v.2:no.5 (1940:Oct. 30)
    • Proscript (1940-11-13)

    • Fashion Show Comes on Wheels, Begins Tonight at 8:00 In The Library -- Athletic Assoc'n. Dons Glad Rags, Gym Floor Becomes Dance Court Friday -- V.I.P.A. Conference At V.P.I. Constructive & Entertaining, Whiteleather and Chapman Inspiration To...
    • 1940-11-13
    • v.2:no.7 (1940:Nov. 13)
    • Proscript (1940-11-20)

    • New Make-Up Plan For Tests Released -- R.P.I. Elected Host To International Relations Club -- Sternberg Brings Genius to R.P.I. -- Cotillion Formal in J.M. "Va." Room -- T.A. "Cradle Song" Boasts Large Cast, Dorothy Price Plays "Sister Joanne" --...
    • 1940-11-20
    • v.2:no.8 (1940:Nov. 20)
    • Proscript (1940-11-27)

    • League Exhibit Is A New Venture -- Wigwag Deadline for Payment Nears; Staff Completes Lay-out, '41 Book Will Feature Student Activities; More Snapshots, New Features Main Attractions -- Althea Hunt Is Honored At Tea, Theatre Associates Hold Second...
    • 1940-11-27
    • v.2:no.9 (1940:Nov. 27)
    • Proscript (1940-12-04)

    • We Discover Things -- Two Passes: Fifty Words -- Minority Club Motivates A Plan For Student Loan Funds, Government Bonds to Be Purchased; Twenty Dollars Goal Is Set For '41 -- Directors of Nursing Confer At R.P.I. -- Retail Clubbers Plan...
    • 1940-12-04
    • v.2:no.10 (1940:Dec. 4)
    • Proscript (1940-12-11)

    • Store Service Has Birthday Dinner -- Proposed Activity Seen As A Boon To Student Unity At R.P.I., Students Vote to Decide Fate of the Plan; New Fee to Cover Publications, Class Dues -- Quiz Show to Be Featured at I.R.C. -- P.H. Nurses at R.P.I....
    • 1940-12-11
    • v.2:no.11 (1940:Dec. 11)
    • Proscript (1940-12-18)

    • Class News -- Carol Service Is Reverent, Inspiring, Echo Choir Is Featured -- Banquet, Dance Are Holiday Send-Offs -- Dr. Stone Elected Conference Secretary -- Released for Publication -- Sinnott Addresses Interior Dec. Class -- Calendar
    • 1940-12-18
    • v.2:no.12 (1940:Dec. 18)
    • Proscript (1941-01-15)

    • 31 A.S.L. Members See Roualt Show, Newman Relates Life Of Artist Roualt -- Bernard and Wilson Speak At Conference, 13 Spend Week in New York -- Flu Epidemic Is Under Control; Proscript Formal Is Postponed, Sickness Prevalent Among Dorm & Day...
    • 1941-01-15
    • v.2:no.16 (1941:Jan. 15)
    • Proscript (1941-01-22)

    • 901 Dorm Robbed in Dinner-Time Raid -- Proscript Gala Dance January 31; Many Innovations Are Featured, "June in January" Theme To Be Used in Decorations -- From The Office Of The Wigwam Staff -- Bondy To Present Two New Courses -- A.A.S.S.W.S....
    • 1941-01-22
    • v.2:no.17 (1941:Jan. 22)
    • Proscript (1941-01-29)

    • What Has Doctor Schaaf Up His Academic Sleeve? -- And Who Is Teaching The Second-Semester Course in Contemporary Lit? -- Triolet -- What's The Library Got It Didn't Used To Have? -- And What Was The Week's Biggest And Most Exciting Incident? --...
    • 1941-01-29
    • v.2:no.18 (1941:Jan. 29)
    • Proscript (1941-02-05)

    • Freshmen Bemoan New House Rules, Joint Council Meeting Advocates "Date Nights" -- Davis and Committee Sponsor First Lady, Poll Tax Given A Drubbing Leading Politicians Gather -- Students To Pick R.P.I. "Who's Who," If You Have Wondered, Then: --...
    • 1941-02-05
    • v.2:no.19 (1941:Feb. 5)
    • Proscript (1941-02-12)

    • Wigwam Faces Crisis; Vote To Decide Fate, $5 Additional Fee Suggested -- Who's Who Nominees Revealed; Final Choice To Be Made on 13th, Garber, Brodie Vie for "Most Intellectual"; Bevilaqua, Cato Contest For "Most Attractive" -- Lanpher New Head Of...
    • 1941-02-12
    • v.2:no.20 (1941:Feb. 12)
    • Proscript (1941-02-19)

    • War Is Inevitable Dr. Moss Tells I.R.C., "There Is No Such Thing As Aid Short of War," He Asserts -- Five Are Up For May Queen; Student Body To Pick Winner, Baker, Gibson, Ingraham, Spratley, Yeamans Up; Ballot Below Must Be Used Before February 21...
    • 1941-02-19
    • v.2:no.21 (1941:Feb. 19)
    • Proscript (1941-02-26)

    • Notice -- Cut System Same; To Change in '41-'42, Deans List Exception -- Winifred Baker Is '41 Queen; To Rule In Traditional Role, Shakespeare's "As You Like It" Suggested Theme; Senior Representative Will Be Chosen Later -- I.R.C. Goes Native With...
    • 1941-02-26
    • v.2:no.22 (1941:Feb. 26)
    • Proscript (1941-03-05)

    • Chinese Comeback is Seen By Ailie Gale, I.R.C. Hears Medical Missionary Express Hope for Stricken Race -- 33 Make Dean's List For First Semester -- "Popcorn Ball" Here On Friday; A.S.L. Completes Final Plans, To Hold After-Dance Meal at Murphy's...
    • 1941-03-05
    • v.2:no.23 (1941:Mar. 5)
    • Proscript (1941-03-12)

    • Calendar -- Jane Ball Wins $25 In Kayser Contest, Pajama Ensemble Places Third In Nation-Wide Competition -- Library Building Is Scene Of Dance, Cotillion Club to Sponsor An Informal Tea Dance on 15th -- Jack Killen Directs Hecksapoppin Hops --...
    • 1941-03-12
    • v.2:no.24 (1941:Mar. 12)
    • Proscript (1941-03-19)

    • R.P.I. Bows to Pound To Tune of 86 to 40, Vernon Maxwell Is High Scorer -- Garabedian Directs "Sham," One-Act Play, Rutherford, Denniston, Watkins And Desportes Will Be Cast -- Juniors To Collect Fee For Banquet, Fifty-Cent Fee Is To Be Added To...
    • 1941-03-19
    • v.2:no.25 (1941:Mar. 19)
    • Proscript (1941-03-28)

    • Annie Beryl Drinks Ovaltine, Brilliant Career Threatened By Lack of Sleep; Physizzcian Orders A Bedtime Deadline- At 7 P.M. -- Daguerreotypicals -- Hecks-A-Poppin Pops Tonight -- Hors d'Oeuvres, Or, Printed Here to Save Your Turning to Page Four
    • 1941-03-28
    • v.2:no.26 (1941:Mar. 28)
    • Proscript (1941-04-16)

    • Creasy Heads Student Government, Gary and Glann Tie For Vice-Presidency, Flanagan, Trimmer and Smith Also Winners in Election -- A.S.L. To Take N.Y. In Annual Art Trek, Theatre Associates Group To Be Guest for First Time -- 10 Seniors Tapped At...
    • 1941-04-16
    • v.2:no.27 (1941:Apr. 16)
    • Proscript (1941-04-23)

    • New York Correspondence -- Benkert Edits '41-'42 Proscript, Haslegrave Is New Business Manager; Blaine and Morrison Associate Editors -- Jean McCabe Heads '41-'42 Wigwam Staff, Jane Jones is Chosen for Position of Business Manager -- Wigwam Plans...
    • 1941-04-23
    • v.2:no.28 (1941:Apr. 23)
    • Proscript (1941-04-30)

    • Club News -- Calendar -- Marian Welch Wins Fifty-Dollar Award -- Fashion Show Holds Attention of School, 1941 Production Is To Be Called "One Hundred Years of Fashion" -- Eliot Speaks To Pediatric Group, Mildred Woodstock, of R.P.I., Secures U.S....
    • 1941-04-30
    • v.2:no.29 (1941:Apr. 30)
    • Proscript (1941-05-07)

    • "Hundred Years Of Fashion" Today, Store Service, Costume Design Classes Combine In Production of Annual Spring Fashion Show -- Convo Installs Student Officers, President Creasy Gives Acceptance Address -- Baker Reigns Friday As Queen Of The May,...
    • 1941-05-07
    • v.2:no.30 (1941:May 7)
    • Proscript (1941-05-14)

    • Seniors To Be Feted; Elaborate Exercises -- Rutherford Directs Thornton Wilder Day -- Auction Sale Bows To Public Tonight; New Policies Formed, Junkin to Auction Important Student Work; Many Richmond Art Patrons Expected to Attend -- Junkin and...
    • 1941-05-14
    • v.2:no.31 (1941:May 14)
    • Proscript (1941-05-21)

    • Class News -- Duke Will Succeed Hodges At Norfolk -- Ball At Jefferson Caps Graduation -- Thirteenth Student Exhibit is Planned -- Dr. Schaas to Work For Budget Bureau -- Auction Sale Draws Profits and Puns -- Music Notes -- Notices: -- Calendar
    • 1941-05-21
    • v.2:no.32 (1941:May 21)
    • Proscript (1941-10-01)

    • R.P.I. Faculty Is Enlarged, Twelve Names Added To Roster -- Press Fresh Greeting -- Campus Boasts New Buildings, Residences Remodeled For Institute -- Enrollment -- News Worthings -- "Ladies in Retirement" Dramatic Offering -- New Courses
    • 1941-10-01
    • v.3:no.1 (1941:Oct. 1)
    • Proscript (1941-10-15)

    • Minority Matters -- On Guard, Freshman! -- 50 Make Dean's List For 1940-41 -- Retailing Students Begin Field Work -- Reception Given Groups By Dean -- Art Student's League -- Men's Glee Club
    • 1941-10-15
    • v.3:no.2 (1941:Oct. 15)
    • Proscript (1941-10-22)

    • Cotillion Dance Date Changed, Date Hotel Available November Seventh Only -- R.P.I. Trains Many State Social Workers -- Beware of Mystic Bamboozler! Majahara, Magician, Here Tonight, Offers Reward, If Escape Act Fails -- Class News, Seniors, Junior,...
    • 1941-10-22
    • v.3:no.3 (1941:Oct. 22)
    • Proscript (1941-10-29)

    • Minority Matters -- Murder to Strike Campus Thurs. Nite, Paula Gray of New York to Appear In Cast -- Mr. Edward B. Rowen Will Speak At 2nd Convocation Tomorrow, "U.S. Government and the Artist" -- Al Thurston to Play At Cotillion Dance -- V.P.I....
    • 1941-10-29
    • v.3:no.4 (1941:Oct. 29)
    • Proscript (1941-11-12)

    • Cotillion Dance Proves Successful, Affair Held At John Marshall -- Theatre Associates Hold First Meeting -- R.P.I. Students Attend V.I.P.A. Convention in Farmville, Rowe and Desportes Hear Mr. Watkins' Speech Read by Mr. McKeldin, Sec. of VPA --...
    • 1941-11-12
    • v.3:no.5 (1941:Nov. 12)
    • Proscript (1941-11-19)

    • Store Service Girls Start Xmas Work -- Student Government Launches "Messy Pest Purge" -- Poet Clement Wood To Teach At R.P.I., Class Offered From December 1 To April 1 -- Minority Matters -- Junior Marshals Chosen Recently -- Art Students Visit...
    • 1941-11-19
    • v.3:no.6 (1941:Nov. 19)
    • Proscript (1941-11-26)

    • Art Student's League Plans Annual Exhibit, Surrealism To Be The Predominating Note -- Notice -- Max Eastman , Noted Lecturer, To Speak At I.R.C. Convention, R.P.I. to Be Host at Annual State Meeting Over the Week-End of December 12-14 -- Sculptor...
    • 1941-11-26
    • v.3:no.7 (1941:Nov. 26)
    • Proscript (1941-12-03)

    • Athletic Association To Sponsor Games -- Mr. Wood's Poetry Class Starts Tonight -- Miss Theresa Pollak, R.P.I. Art Director To Be Honored, Artist To Be Initiated Into Phi Beta Kappa In March by the University of Richmond -- Cooperation Needed For...
    • 1941-12-03
    • v.3:no.8 (1941:Dec. 3)
    • Proscript (1941-12-12)

    • U.S. at War as I.R.C. Convenes, Japan Attacks U.S.; Impetus of Events Makes Conference Most Important in Club History -- Glee Club Presents Feast of Carols, Candle Lighting Service and Echo Choir to be Featured -- Kendall and Walsh to Debate...
    • 1941-12-12
    • v.3:no.9 (1941:Dec. 12)
    • Proscript (1941-12-17)

    • Wigwam Plans Pre-Xmas Dance, Barney Abrams' Orchestra To Play Tomorrow Night -- The Christmas Angel -- I.R.C. Convention Adopts Resolution, Petitions To Be Made For Special Defense Classes -- A Reminder´┐Ż
    • 1941-12-17
    • v.3:no.10 (1941:Dec. 17)
    • Proscript (1942-01-14)

    • Drama Students to Give Comedy, Play to Be Given At First of Next Semester -- Athletic Club Dance Held Last Friday -- Store Service Students Make Annual Trip to New York, Group Left Campus Sunday For Week's Trip To N.R.D.G.A. Meetings; Busy Time...
    • 1942-01-14
    • v.3:no.11 (1942:Jan. 14)
    • Proscript (1942-01-21)

    • Mr. Walker to Have New York Exhibit, Industrial Water Colors In Argent Gallery, Jan. 26 - Feb. 7 -- Inter-Club Council Forms Committee, Corrections Suggested, Committee Named -- Dr. Hart Schaaf Appointed to Important Defense Position, Has Leave of...
    • 1942-01-21
    • v.3:no.12 (1942:Jan. 21)
    • Proscript (1942-01-28)

    • Mrs. Chalkley Gives Jubilee Tea, Cotillion Members Were Guests -- R.P.I. Offers Important Defense Courses Beginning Second Semester, Feb. 2, Work To Be Done Throughout Departments of Health Education, Recreation, Social Work, and Physiotherapy --...
    • 1942-01-28
    • v.3:no.13 (1942:Jan. 28)
    • Proscript (1942-02-11)

    • "Fresh Fields" On Friday, Thirteenth, Hodges Directs English Comedy -- Defense Club Elects Semester Officers -- Winners of Wigwam's Annual "Who's Who" Contest Announced, Votes Taken Monday Reveal Three Way Tie For Belle of R.P.I. -- The Sweetheart...
    • 1942-02-11
    • v.3:no.14 (1942:Feb. 11)
    • Proscript (1942-02-18)

    • Five R.P.I. Artists Win Place in Exhibit, Junkin and Abrams Win For Second Time -- Forty Students Named on Dean's List For First Semester -- Five Seniors Chosen Queen Candidates, Students to Pick Winner Tomorrow -- L.G. Crutchfield Jr. Killed at...
    • 1942-02-18
    • v.3:no.15 (1942:Feb. 18)
    • Proscript (1942-02-25)

    • Cotillion Club Plans Defense Dance, Men in Uniform To Be Entertained -- Mary Louise Evans Chosen Queen Of 1942 May Court By Student Vote, Classes Also Elect Their May Court Representatives -- Rejected Art To Be Shown By Salon -- Mr. Wood Speaks At...
    • 1942-02-25
    • v.3:no.16 (1942:Feb. 25)
    • Proscript (1942-03-04)

    • Mother Goose Ball Planned For Friday, Abrams and Penny Are King and Queen of Dance -- All Students Invited To Attend Proscript Meeting -- Dean and Mrs. Hibbs Entertain Nurse's Group -- R.P.I. Music Students To Appear On Program -- Mrs. Cram Attends...
    • 1942-03-04
    • v.3:no.17 (1942:Mar. 4)
    • Proscript (1942-03-11)

    • Talley Speaks At Proscript Meeting -- Spring Fever? (An Editorial) -- Melodrama Planned By Drama Students, "Pure As The Driven Snow" Is Now In Practice Stage -- Mother Goose Ball Proves Successful -- Demonstration of Silk Prints Planned -- Wigwam...
    • 1942-03-11
    • v.3:no.18 (1942:Mar. 11)
    • Proscript (1942-03-25)

    • First House Election Held Last Week, Hawthrone Chosen As President of 827 -- Buy Defense Stamps -- Sixteen Store Service Students Begin Their Spring Field Work, Practice Teaching Being Done At High School and Stores In City --Dr. Lanpher Returns...
    • 1942-03-25
    • v.3:no.19 (1942:Mar. 25)
    • Proscript (1942-04-03)

    • Eleven Senior Students Tapped As Most Outstanding in Class, Annual Honor Awards Made At Service At Pace Memorial Church, Leadership, Scholarship -- Theatre Associates Presents Melodrama
    • 1942-04-03
    • v.3:no.20 (1942:Apr. 3)
    • Proscript (1942-04-24)

    • Glee Club Sang At Ashland Tuesday, Special Numbers Given -- From Now On! -- Cotillion Dance, May 2 -- Fifty-Five Students Return From N.Y., Annual Trip Made By Art and Dramatic Groups -- Plans for Fashion Show Are Announced -- Dr. Martin's Article...
    • 1942-04-24
    • v.3:no.21 (1942:Apr. 24)
    • Proscript (1942-05-01)

    • Convocation Features Speech By Miss Greer, Prominent Retail Speakers To Student Body Wednesday -- Cuff Notes -- Miss Day Given Rosenwald Award, $1500 Fund Given For Painting Project -- Fashion Show Plans Nearing Completion -- Spotlighting The...
    • 1942-05-01
    • v.3:no.22 (1942:May 1)
    • Proscript (1942-05-06)

    • "Furlough Fashions" To Be Shown This Afternoon on New East Lawn, School of Fashion Design and Store Service In Charge of Show -- "Coming of May" To Be Given Friday, May 8, Mary Louise Evans is 1942 May Queen -- Commencement Ball Planned For May 15,...
    • 1942-05-06
    • v.3:no.23 (1942:May 6)
    • Proscript (1942-05-15)

    • Smith to Head S.G. Association, Miss Beryl Smith Chosen President of Student Gov. Association, 1942-43, Powell, Peterson, and Donahue Also Elected For Next Year -- Jackie Wheeler Heads Next Year's Senior Class, Goldman Twins Are New Junior Leaders...
    • 1942-05-15
    • v.3:no.24 (1942:May 15)
    • Proscript (1942-05-29)

    • Officers Installed At Convocation, Beryl Smith Takes Over Duties As President -- Calendar For Commencement -- Arthur H. Jones To Be Commencement Speaker, Graduation Activities Begin on Wednesday, May 27 -- "Ghosts" Ready For Production, June 4, 5,...
    • 1942-05-29
    • v.3:no.25 (1942:May 29)
    • Proscript (1942-09-23)

    • War-Time Freshman Enrollment is Normal -- Presenting the Proscript '42-'43 -- R.P.I Faculty Has 12 New Members -- First Week in Review -- T.A.'s To Present Noel Coward Comedy -- Student Government Plans First Dance -- Reminders -- New Store...
    • 1942-09-23
    • v.4:no.1 (1942:Sept. 23)
    • Proscript (1942-09-30)

    • Maurice Bonds Teaches New Course In Print-Making -- Distinguished Artists to Visit Richmond -- T.A.'s Set 100 Membership Goal in Program Drive -- RPI Trains Girls As Teachers of Distributive Educ. -- Junior Class Names Jonscher as Treasurer --...
    • 1942-09-30
    • v.4:no.2 (1942:Sept. 30)
    • Proscript (1942-10-08)

    • Horace Bass Killed In Pacific, R.P.I's First Known Victim of War -- Students to Aid War Effort As Recreational Leaders, Richmond Social Agencies Offer Experience to Ancient Group Workers -- Cotillion Club Plans Rush Week Activities -- Anne Morgan...
    • 1942-10-08
    • v.4:no.3 (1942:Oct. 8)
    • Proscript (1942-10-15)

    • Will Barnett To Speak at Museum, Noted Artist to Exhibit Work for Richmonders -- Poster Students Do Field Work -- I. R. C. Installation Services Held -- First Convocation Scheduled For Mon. -- Students Find War Selling Fascinating -- Sophomore...
    • 1942-10-15
    • v.4:no.4 (1942:Oct. 15)
    • Proscript (1942-10-22)

    • Noel Coward's Hay Fever Opens Theatre Associates Season, Death of Dame Marie Tempest is Co-Incidental With Role in Production -- 54 Students Make Dean's List '42 -- A.S.L. Plans Wienie Roast -- Store Service Does Survey for U.S. -- Effie Lee Brings...
    • 1942-10-22
    • v.4:no.5 (1942:Oct. 22)
    • Proscript (1942-10-27)

    • Two Art Majors Join Uncle Sam, Doug and Ross Go to Camp Lee -- Doctor Curt Bondy Has Wide Experience in Prison Reform -- Permanent Proscript Staff Appointed, Doris Douglas Named Associate Editor -- Bright Lights At the Mosque -- Curtain Going Up on...
    • 1942-10-27
    • v.4:no.6 (1942:Oct. 27)
    • Proscript (1942-11-02)

    • Naylor Urges Active Musical Interests, Proves Musicians Interesting; Wants Civic Orchestra -- Retailers Busy in Many Types of Work -- Requirements For Graduation Formed -- A.S.L. Considers Layman Membership, Asks For Vote From Student Body --...
    • 1942-11-02
    • v.4:no.7 (1942:Nov. 2)
    • Proscript (1942-11-09)

    • Victory Dance to Be Held -- Retail Club Holds First Meeting -- Miss Grace Farnum, Registrar, Becomes Lieutenant jg in Waves, To Report To Naval Training Station in Massachusetts -- Senior Class Discusses Ring -- R.P.I Students Attend Ballet -- Jane...
    • 1942-11-09
    • v.4:no.8 (1942:Nov. 9)
    • Proscript (1942-11-16)

    • Cotillion Opening Dance November 20th, Kenneth Heinie's Medical College Orchestra To Furnish Music -- R.P.I. Goes Over Top In War And Community Fund -- Santa Claus Needs Help -- Store Service Students Aid Mobilization -- Girls' Glee Club Sings At...
    • 1942-11-16
    • v.4:no.9 (1942:Nov. 16)
    • Proscript (1942-11-24)

    • Mr. Raymond Has Wide Experience in Play Production, Now Directing Brief Music -- I.R.C. Dance November 27 To Follow Victory Motif, Barney Abrams' Orchestra To Furnish Music -- Emmett Lavery's Play Next On T. A. Slate -- Mrs. Forman Speaks At A.S.L....
    • 1942-11-24
    • v.4:no.10 (1942:Nov. 24)
    • Proscript (1942-11-30)

    • Plans Formulated For December 16 Dance, Harry Dusenberry and His Orchestra to Play -- R.P.I. Buildings Historical Landmark in Richmond -- Russian Pianist to Present Concert, Chopin's Schergo 30 Included in Repertoire -- Social Calendar
    • 1942-11-30
    • v.4:no.11 (1942:Nov. 30)
    • Proscript (1942-12-08)

    • Students to Sponsor War Service Program -- Student Donates Blood to Red Cross -- The Proscript Staff Has Gone to War!, The Typewriter Ribbons Are Frayed -- Please Note -- Newman Club Elects Officers -- This Space Written During Blackout
    • 1942-12-08
    • v.4:no.12 (1942:Dec. 8)
    • Proscript (1942-12-15)

    • Holiday Banquet Dec. 16; Wigwam Formals, 17, Dusenberry Band to Furnish Stylish Music -- A Christmas Message -- We've Got It!, Got What? Christmas Spirit, You People!
    • 1942-12-15
    • v.4:no.13 (1942:Dec. 15)
    • Proscript (1943-01-12)

    • Civil Service Offers Positions, Students In All Fields Sought -- New York Play Is Underway At R.P.I. -- Death of Faculty Member Shock to Students -- New Course on War Problems
    • 1943-01-12
    • v.4:no.14 (1943:Jan. 12)
    • Proscript (1943-02-09)

    • Freak Weather Delays Publication -- Seniors To Nominate May Queen Friday
    • 1943-02-09
    • v.4:no.15 (1943:Feb. 9)
    • Proscript (1943-02-12)

    • Extra -- Valentine Hop Tonight, Curtis-Field Head Who's Who -- Attention. . . All Lovers -- Rush Week, Soldier Dance Planned -- Freshman Class News
    • 1943-02-12
    • v.4:no.16 (1943:Feb. 12)
    • Proscript (1943-02-19)

    • Ann Powell May Queen -- "The Shining Hour" On Gym Boards Tonite, Sat. -- Keith Winter Play, Staged By Raymond Hodges, at 8:15 -- Long Live the Queen -- Buhr and Blair Share Honors in Election -- W. & M. Has 250th Anniversary, Exercises Hold In...
    • 1943-02-19
    • v.4:no.17 (1943:Feb. 19)
    • Proscript (1943-03-02)

    • Cotillion Club To Sponsor Schoolwide Dance, To Honor Service Men At Gala Affair In Gym On March 6 -- Blanton Belk Speaker At I.R.C. Convocation Wednesday, March 3 -- If the Cap Fits. . . -- May Day Results -- War Problems Discussion Exciting
    • 1943-03-02
    • v.4:no.18 (1943:Mar. 2)
    • Proscript (1943-03-09)

    • A.S.L. Masquerade Ball Saturday, Theme . . . International Costumes -- Join the Japa-Nazi Sinking Fund Today -- We Don't Mind the Cap -- Rev. Belk Stirs Convocation Audience
    • 1943-03-09
    • v.4:no.19 (1943:Mar. 9)
    • Proscript (1943-03-16)

    • Retail Club Sponsors War Stamp Contest, Big Drive Planned Do Your Part -- Theatre Associates Announce One-Act Play Contest -- Notice -- Edge Acclaimed Guard On City Team -- Latest Developments Up To Press Time -- Deep Run Instructor In Guadalcanal...
    • 1943-03-16
    • v.4:no.20 (1943:Mar. 16)
    • Proscript (1943-04-01)

    • Chelf's Walls Washed -- What's New!!! -- 'Muse You??? -- Saucer of Milk -- Bob Chester Coming -- Topsy Turvy -- Snooping The Droops. . . -- Compliments of The Chesterfield Beauty Salon -- Three B's Library Gift Shop, 900 W. Franklin Street,...
    • 1943-04-01
    • v.4:no.21 (1943:Apr. 1)
    • Proscript (1943-04-20)

    • Summer School or Job? -- School Cooperates With State OPA -- Art Students. . . New York Bound -- Human Welfare Problems. . . -- S. W. Alumni Help The War Effort -- Alumni News -- Freshman Dance May 8, 1943
    • 1943-04-20
    • v.4:no.22 (1943:Apr. 20)
    • Proscript (1943-05-03)

    • It's Here! "Confusionism" -- Fashion Students Present Spring Portrait -- Gala May Day Arrives At R.P.I. -- Freshmen Formal Slated to Be a Wow
    • 1943-05-03
    • v.4:no.23 (1943:May 3)
    • Proscript (1943-05-25)

    • Elections Sweep R.P.I. Campus, Jr. Victors Take Stand -- Burrill Heads Student Government -- Enlisted Waves and Spars Train at Leading Colleges -- Cotillion Club Officers -- Glee Club Officers -- Sophomore Election Results -- Library Donation Fund...
    • 1943-05-25
    • v.4:no.24 (1943:May 25)
    • Proscript (1943-10-05)

    • Class Cuts Announced, Holiday Absences To Be Fined -- Announcements -- Dean's Welcome -- RPI Begins Fall Term, Enrollment Increased; Dormitories Filled -- Cotillion Club Plans Rush Week -- Student Officers Introduced -- Students Invited To Social...
    • 1943-10-05
    • v.5:no.1 (1943:Oct. 5)
    • Proscript (1943-10-12)

    • Cotillion Club Holds Rites, Dance Honors New Members -- Convocation To Be Held, Miss Dorothy Burrill Will Open Meeting -- Richmond Professional Institute Rise Reveals Efforts of Dean Hibbs -- Dudley to Speak At Proscript Meet -- Holmes Speaks At...
    • 1943-10-12
    • v.5:no.2 (1943:Oct. 12)
    • Proscript (1943-10-19)

    • Local Fund Drive Begins, Mrs. Washer Heads R.P.I. Committee -- Proscript Staff Is Selected, New Students Active On Paper -- Tree Grows From Brick In Alley -- Girls Serve On Hickok Council -- Students on Dean's List Announced -- Convocation Held --...
    • 1943-10-19
    • v.5:no.3 (1943:Oct. 19)
    • Proscript (1943-11-03)

    • Cotillion Club Slates Formal, Roof Garden Scene Of Fall Dance -- RIP Supports War Drive -- RPI Theatre Associates Open Play Season, Hodges Presents "Ladies In Waiting" -- War Council Plans Program -- Soldiers Visit RPI; Welcomed By All -- Dr....
    • 1943-11-03
    • v.5:no.4 (1943:Nov. 3)
    • Proscript (1943-11-17)

    • Medical Group OK's Course, War Demands Therapy Training -- Office Discloses Holiday Rules -- Comrey Is Elected Freshman Class Head, Nell Hogshead Is Vice-President -- Freshman Student Hurt In Crash -- Graduate Student Escapes Nazis -- Calendar --...
    • 1943-11-17
    • v.5:no.5 (1943:Nov. 17)
    • Proscript (1943-12-01)

    • Juniors Give Penny Show -- Social Work Admit Seniors, Variety of Games Planned for Dec. 2 -- Store Service Seniors Placed -- Lieutenant Hawke Speaks to Class -- Rear Parlor Made Into Study Room -- Students May Hear Town Meeting of Air -- Red Cross...
    • 1943-12-01
    • v.5:no.6 (1943:Dec. 1)
    • Proscript (1943-12-15)

    • Air Base Boys Attend Dance -- Dean's Message -- Glee Club Will Present "The Feast of Carols," Trio Will Feature Haitian Carol -- Decorations Mark Holiday Season -- College Council Is Formed Here -- Theatre Players Cancel Drama -- Annual Xmas Dinner...
    • 1943-12-15
    • v.5:no.7 (1943:Dec. 15)
    • Proscript (1944-01-19)

    • Barry Lynn Will Dance -- RPI Girls Win Radio Contest -- Patsy Royal Receives Souvenir; Charng Hee Loo Translates -- Day Students Form Luncheon Club -- Registration Set For January 27-29 -- Intercollegiate Meet Set For Thursday -- Three One-Act...
    • 1944-01-19
    • v.5:no.8 (1944:Jan. 19)
    • Proscript (1944-02-10)

    • Juniors Give Valentine Prom -- Wigwam to Hold Who's Who Vote -- Patsy Royal Chosen Editor -- Music Department Presents Concert -- Membership Drive Started by Council -- Club Sweetheart To be Elected -- Dr. Bondy Writes Magazine Articles -- W. & M....
    • 1944-02-10
    • v.5:no.9 (1944:Feb. 10)
    • Proscript (1944-02-23)

    • Ohio Woman To Talk Here, Mrs. Fuldheim to Talk At Convocation -- Cotillion Ball Presents Victory Sweetheart, Officers to Attend From Lee and Base -- Lieutenant Robins Visits Mother -- Journalism Class Collects Papers -- Perry Saito Speaks To...
    • 1944-02-23
    • v.5:no.10 (1944:Feb. 23)
    • Proscript (1944-03-08)

    • 28 Students On Dean's List, All Classes Are Represented -- Juniors Lead In Contest, Virginia Vanni Wins Two Places -- Miss Robinson Tells Adventures -- Dr. Boyd to Speak At Hickok House -- War Stamps Admit to One-Act Plays -- Mr. Maloney Makes...
    • 1944-03-08
    • v.5:no.11 (1944:Mar. 8)
    • Proscript (1944-03-22)

    • Junior Class Gives Dance, April Showers Theme Of Spring Affair -- Girls' Glee Club To Give Recital -- Janet Holle Is May Queen, Garvey, Anderson Sr. Representatives -- TB Essay Contest Announced Here -- Jean Terry Makes Plans for Banquet -- Social...
    • 1944-03-22
    • v.5:no.12 (1944:Mar. 22)
    • Proscript (1944-04-04)

    • Dance Recital Held Tonight, Miss Virginia Ball Directs Program -- RPI to Be Host To Delegates, Distributors Club Holds Convention -- Students Receive Honor Keys -- May 3 Features Fashion Show -- Spring Vacation Starts Wednesday -- Norma Culler Is...
    • 1944-04-04
    • v.5:no.13 (1944:Apr. 4)
    • Proscript (1944-04-19)

    • Spring Formal At Marshall, Picnic Planned For Cotillion Week -- Social Work Holds Meet, State Convention To Be In Roanoke -- Dr. George Kalif Visits Colleges --Art Students Go to New York -- Dr. Jones to Speak At Convocation -- Social Work Plans...
    • 1944-04-19
    • v.5:no.14 (1944:Apr. 19)
    • Proscript (1944-05-03)

    • Noah To Be Presented, Performances Given May 10, 11 In Gym -- May Festival Begins May 10, To Feature May Day Fashion Show Drama -- Marjorie Fish To Visit Here -- Freshmen Give May Day Dance -- Fashion Show Set for May 11, Students to Model Clothes...
    • 1944-05-03
    • v.5:no.15 (1944:May 3)
    • Proscript (1944-05-17)

    • Art Exhibit Open to Public, Eight Departments Display Student Work -- Graduation Exercises to Be June 3 at Pace Memorial, Dr. Glenwood Clark To Be Guest Speaker -- Dr. Bondy Speaks At Academ Meet -- Virginia Coles Takes Office Oath -- School of...
    • 1944-05-17
    • v.5:no.16 (1944:May 17)
    • Proscript (1944-10-11)

    • Army Credits O.T. Course, R.P.I. Selected As Training Center -- Ship Is Named for R.P.I. Graduate -- War Drive to Open -- Sophomores Make Duck Week Plans -- Forum Tickets Sold By Student Council -- Boys Form Club -- New Faculty and Staff Added to...
    • 1944-10-11
    • v.6:no.1 (1944:Oct. 11)
    • Proscript (1944-10-25)

    • Fall Dance To Be Nov. 4, Cotillion Formal At Roof Garden -- Proscript Wins High Rating In National Competition, Commended for Variety And Effectiveness -- Eskimo Woman to Address Students -- Straw Ballot to Pick Favorite Candidate -- 'Hedda Gabler'...
    • 1944-10-25
    • v.6:no.2 (1944:Oct. 25)
    • Proscript (1944-11-08)

    • Dean's List Announced -- Quota Exceeded; Fund Total $754.84 -- R.P.I. Voters, Like Nation, Choose FDR for Fourth Term, Roosevelt Wins Here With 71%, Balloting Secret -- School of Music Presents Recital -- Blanche Glenn Improves After Recent Illness...
    • 1944-11-08
    • v.6:no.3 (1944:Nov. 8)
    • Proscript (1944-11-22)

    • Enrollment Announced, All Departments Show Increase, Recreational Leadership, Science and Medical Technicians -- Miss Dix On Panel -- Freshmen Elected -- Concert Is Planned -- Glee Club to Sing -- Students Begin Field Work, Store Service Seniors...
    • 1944-11-22
    • v.6:no.4 (1944:Nov. 22)
    • Proscript (1944-12-06)

    • Glee Club Sets Feast of Carols, Annual Service Features Foreign Songs -- Wigwam Christmas Formal To Be Held December 16, Staff Makes Plans To Go "All Out", Santa In Person, Prices Reversed -- Will You Dress Christmas Dolls -- Eskimo Woman Spoke...
    • 1944-12-06
    • v.6:no.5 (1944:Dec. 6)
    • Proscript (1944-12-20)

    • Xmas Parties Held In Dorms, Founder's Hall Surprises Girls -- IRC Initiates New Members, Dr. McCoy Speaks At Candle Service, Officers of the Club, Members of IRC -- Students Leave for Vacations With Gala Events Behind -- Club Formed to Promote...
    • 1944-12-20
    • v.6:no.6 (1944:Dec. 20)

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