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    • The  atlas (1938-10-07)

    • Hours and Rules -- New Faculty Backgrounds Vary Widely -- Among the Missing -- Moans, Groans and Giggles Come and Go! -- Dance Climaxes Duck Week -- Campus Given Complete Overhauling
    • 1938-10-07
    • v.1 [i.e. 10]:no.1 (1938:Oct. 7)
    • The  atlas (1939-04-26)

    • Student Government Officers Installed, Mr. Ben Ruffin Guest Speaker at Ceremony Last Wednesday -- Junior-Senior Feed May 12, Annual Banquet to be Held at Hotel Richmond -- Blank and Roper Rule at May Day Festival -- Dance Climax of May Day,...
    • 1939-04-26
    • v.10:no.10 (1939:Apr. 26)
    • The  atlas (1939-05-17)

    • International Relations Club Revived Here, History, Purposes and Objectives of the Club Are Outlined -- Inter-Club and Student Councils Plan Final Ball -- Plans for Graduation Nearing Completion, Faculty and Student Committees Busy at Work --...
    • 1939-05-17
    • v.10:no.11 (1939:May 17)
    • The  atlas (1938-10-21)

    • Wigwam Dance Tonight -- Repine Orchestra to Hold Sway at Wigwam Dance -- '38 Graduates Enter Many Fields, Art, Teaching, Social Work, Matrimony Among the Chosen Pursuits -- 'Little Geraldine' Published Recently, Mr. Boyce Loving Author of...
    • 1938-10-21
    • v.10:no.2 (1938:Oct. 21)
    • The  atlas (1938-11-04)

    • Seniors Set Date for Last Dance, Grand March 'Midst Flowers Coming Friday -- Delegates Sent to Press Meeting -- College Bureau of Employment Under Way, Students Can Earn Own Pin Money Now -- Italian Social Life Similar to Ours, Dr. Johnson Relates...
    • 1938-11-04
    • v.10:no.3 (1938:Nov. 4)
    • The  atlas (1938-11-18)

    • Santa in our Midst!, Store Service Group to Fill Executive Positions During Holiday Rush -- Freshman Party Tomorrow Night, Favorite Orchestras to Furnish Music at Informal Affair -- The South Takes Strides in Solving Own Problems, Local Colleges...
    • 1938-11-18
    • v.10:no.4 (1938:Nov. 18)
    • The  atlas (1938-12-02)

    • Townley Literary Society Sponsors Dance Tonight, Swing and Sway From Ten 'Till One -- Purpose of the Community Fund Explained, Mrs. J. K. Bowman Speaks at Convocation -- Atlas Club Reorganized, Faculty Discusses Honor Societies-Work on Resolution...
    • 1938-12-02
    • v.10:no.5 (1938:Dec. 2)
    • The  atlas (1938-12-16)

    • Council Submits Plans, Three Plans Drawn Up For Consideration -- Light Shed on Southern Problems, Campus Representatives Report on Birmingham Conference -- Yuletide Dance Tonight, Sophomores to Feature Figure and Favors -- A. A. A. S. Convention...
    • 1938-12-16
    • v.10:no.6 (1938:Dec. 16)
    • The  atlas (1939-02-24)

    • Inter Club Council Plans For May Day, Elsie Blank of New York to be Crowned Queen -- Inter Club Fully Organized, All Organizations Send Representatives -- Atlas Club Submits Plans to Students, Two Plans to be Voted on in Near Future -- Richmond...
    • 1939-02-24
    • v.10:no.7 (1939:Feb. 24)
    • The  atlas (1939-03-08)

    • Ken Lyle to Play For Atlas Paper Dance on March 17, Familiar Irish Airs to be Featured in Swing Time; Decorations Carry on Spirit of St. Patrick -- "The Dwarf's Secret" Recently Published -- Townley Literary Society to Publish Student Directory, ...
    • 1939-03-08
    • v.10:no.8 (1939:Mar. 8)
    • The  atlas (1939-03-22)

    • Athletic Association to Sponsor Card Party, Features to Include Bridge, Chinese Checkers, Other Popular Games -- Recital at Ewart's Proves Successful -- Social Calendar -- R. P. I. Holds Annual Spring Elections, Eligibles for Student Government...
    • 1939-03-22
    • v.10:no.9 (1939:Mar. 22)
    • The  atlas (1929-12)

    • Ray! Rah! Juniors -- What is "Atlas"? -- Voices From the Student Body -- The Atlas Store
    • 1929-12
    • v.1:no.4 (1929:Dec.)
    • The  atlas (1930-02)

    • A Message From the President of the Alumnae Association -- Welcome From Student Body -- Victory at Last -- Who's to Be Elected? -- Seniors Entertain -- Valentine Plays
    • 1930-02
    • v.1:no.5 (1930:Feb.)
    • The  atlas (1930-05)

    • A Gift to the School -- In Appreciation of Miss Townley -- The Third Annual May-Day
    • 1930-05
    • v.1:no.7 (1930:May)
    • Proscript (1947-09-15)

    • Thirteenth Anniversary Year 1917-1947 -- "Welcome" To New Class Is Dean Hibbs' Greeting R.P.I. Is A Friendly School -- Complete Schedule Information Included In Today's Proscript -- School Rules On Absences -- Instructions For Filling Out...
    • 1947-09-15
    • v.23:no.1 (1947:Sept. 15)
    • Proscript (1947-11-26)

    • The Time Is Now -- Thanksgiving of Pilgrim Days Has Changed Dates, Customs Many Times, Originally for Worship; Now Football Turkey -- Music School To Give Series Of Concerts -- Business Club To Sponsor Dance Friday -- Edwards, Brooks Star In RPI...
    • 1947-11-26
    • v.23:no.10 (1947:Nov. 26)
    • Proscript (1947-12-05)

    • Art Student's League To Sponsor Carnival Tomorrow, Queen To Be Elected; Show, Games Featured -- Students To Rally Monday; Bradshaw Heads Dime Drive, SGA Wants Records From Club Officers, Patterson Is Elected SGA Secretary -- Federalists Form...
    • 1947-12-05
    • v.23:no.11 (1947:Dec. 5)
    • Proscript (1947-12-12)

    • SAF To Be Investigated By SGA Committee -- Faculty Sets Rules At Dances -- Nativity To Be Told By Drama, Music Depts. -- Lost Battalion Uses Records, Gets Records -- Yule Story To Be Given On Air Show -- Music Majors Will Perform December 18 --...
    • 1947-12-12
    • v.23:no.12 (1947:Dec. 12)
    • Proscript (1947-12-19)

    • Mrs. Gordon Gives Date Of Events -- Vets' Money To Be Paid By Jan. 1, Holiday Time Pay Not To Be Cut -- Faculty Group Submits Revised Rules For Parties, Committee Discusses At SGA Decorations, Ending Time -- BSU Engaged In 3 Events -- Dance Rules...
    • 1947-12-19
    • v.23:no.13 (1947:Dec. 19)
    • Proscript (1948-01-09)

    • Registration Cards Available In Business -- 1947 Gave RPI 1,869 Students, Innovations -- Wallace Break Will Hurt Democrats----Profs -- 2 New Courses For Business Next Semester -- RPI Alumnus Compliments Alma Mater -- Ex-Instructor Exhibits Art In...
    • 1948-01-09
    • v.23:no.14 (1948:Jan. 9)
    • Proscript (1948-01-16)

    • RPI Admits 5 Students In Feb., Overcrowded Conditions Necessitate Small Number -- Building Prospects Dim, But Certain, Here, Library Near Completion; New Offices To Be In Basement -- 'The Necklace' To Be Aired By RPI Group -- Piano Concert To Be...
    • 1948-01-16
    • v.23:no.15 (1948:Jan. 16)
    • Proscript (1948-01-30)

    • Why Come To School? -- Extra Card Is For Directory -- Veterans Forms To Be Made More Simple -- Registration Process Explained In This Issue -- School Rules On Absences -- Proscript Regrets Printing Mistakes -- Air Group Gives Abstract Play --...
    • 1948-01-30
    • v.23:no.16 (1948:Jan. 30)
    • Proscript (1947-10-03)

    • RPI New Faculty Numbers 31 For 1947-'48, Many States Represented -- Record Frosh Class of 633 Swells Enrollment To 1869 -- Dining Hall Rules Are Set -- Krepick Is Men's Advisor -- WF Given If Course Dropped -- 'Wigwam' To Start Soon -- Dean...
    • 1947-10-03
    • v.23:no.2 (1947:Oct. 3)
    • Proscript (1947-10-10)

    • Informal Dance of SGA To Be Oct. 17 at Mosque -- Students Get One Chance Dean Rules -- Cash Asks Cooperation To Follow Truman Plan -- Committees to Direct S.G.A. -- 5 New Faculty Introduced -- Hanna Gives Parking Rules -- Honor Council Picks...
    • 1947-10-10
    • v.23:no.3 (1947:Oct. 10)
    • Proscript (1947-10-17)

    • Convocation, Wednesday 10:45, 30th Anniversary To Be Celebrated--Classes Dismissed -- SGA Dance Tonight, Henderson Band To Play -- R. L. Humber Will Talk -- Library Adds New Fiction -- Food Waste Is Great, Cash Says -- Gordon Wants Faculty Cards --...
    • 1947-10-17
    • v.23:no.4 (1947:Oct. 17)
    • Proscript (1947-10-24)

    • Dean Offers History of RPI, Convocation Brings Out Many Faculty and Students -- Dick Wiltshire Resigns As Basketball Coach -- N. Y. Show To Be Acted By T.A.'s -- RPI Will Broadcast -- Annual Orders Being Taken -- New IR Course To Be Offered --...
    • 1947-10-24
    • v.23:no.5 (1947:Oct. 24)
    • Proscript (1947-10-31)

    • Chest Drive Extended; 81% of RPI Goal Made -- Play Set Made By Jamieson -- RPI And YMCA Cooperate For Men's Athletics -- VPI Hon. List Includes 13 -- Baptist Form Student Union -- Presbyterian Club Proposed -- Wig'm Orders Not Accepted After Nov....
    • 1947-10-31
    • v.23:no.6 (1947:Oct. 31)
    • Proscript (1947-11-07)

    • Cotillion To Mark Weekend, Baldwin Band Scheduled To Play At Mosque Formal -- RPI Broadcast Over WCOD -- Business Club Gets Praise From Stewart -- Dr. Bondy Ill; Substitutes Teach Classes -- Credits Held If Books Late -- Newman Club Meets Monday --...
    • 1947-11-07
    • v.23:no.7 (1947:Nov. 7)
    • Proscript (1947-11-14)

    • Veterans Must Notify V.A. Of Course Change -- Vets May Buy Annual Until November 25 -- Honor System Not To Be Dropped 500 Rally In Defense Of System Convocation Called For Monday, Honor Code Loss Would Hit All; Students Must Cooperate-Wood -- 2nd...
    • 1947-11-14
    • v.23:no.8 (1947:Nov. 14)
    • Proscript (1947-11-21)

    • E.P. Haas Sports Coach and Director -- Dean Hibbs Backs Honor Code In Speech Before Record Crowd At Monday's Convocation, All Honor Council Decisions Published; SGA Meetings Will Be Open to Students -- Truman Asks Price Control Farm Program -- Text...
    • 1947-11-21
    • v.23:no.9 (1947:Nov. 21)
    • Proscript (1948-02-04)

    • Ten R. P. I. Drama Majors Appear On Celluloid, Color Release Set For Spring -- RPI Air Show Will Feature Life Of Prof. -- Proscript To Interpret, Edify, Say R. P. I. Students, Reply To Query As To Function -- O. T. To Get 3 New Teachers -- New...
    • 1948-02-04
    • v.24:no.1 (1948:Feb. 4)
    • Proscript (1948-04-14)

    • Elections For SGA; May Day Celebration, Next On RPI Agenda -- Gym Scene Of Friday Frosh Jive -- Formal Convocation To Be Held Monday; Dr. R. B. Perry To Speak -- Miss Pollak Shows Work At Exhibit -- RPI Cut Rule Not Unusual, Teacher Says -- Keep...
    • 1948-04-14
    • v.24:no.10 (1948:Apr. 14)
    • Proscript (1948-04-21)

    • Comic Fest Tickets On Sale Now -- Publicity Undermines Public; Education Badly Needed-Perry -- SGA Voting Men's Club On Agenda -- Sandor Salgo And Shepard Play Recital -- Preferences For President To Be Tallied -- Prof. Bondy Will Lecture In...
    • 1948-04-21
    • v.24:no.11 (1948:Apr. 21)
    • Proscript (1948-04-28)

    • 151 Candidates File For Degrees In June -- 3 Room Addition Planned; Construction To Start Soon, New Offices And Stairs Among the Improvements -- Freshman Class President Asks Dues Be Paid -- Injured Student Sues For Damages -- Journalists Meet the...
    • 1948-04-28
    • v.24:no.12 (1948:Apr. 28)
    • Proscript (1948-05-05)

    • May Day Activities Slated For This Week End, William Sewell Elected Next President Of SGA, To Be Installed Friday At Honor Convocation, Dance Outcome Is Uncertain -- Commercial Chemistry To Be Given -- Addition O'kd Will House Undergrads -- Models...
    • 1948-05-05
    • v.24:no.13 (1948:May 5)
    • Proscript (1948-05-12)

    • 11 Receive Keys At Convocation; Officers Installed, Miss Meeks, Miss Sullivan Get Highest Award -- Graduation To Be June 5 For 151 Degree Candidates, Lawn Party, Reception To Be Held Earlier -- Sun And Blue Sets Stage For May Day -- Fashion Show...
    • 1948-05-12
    • v.24:no.14 (1948:May 12)
    • Proscript (1948-05-19)

    • TA's Offer Pygmalion As Last Play, Cowan, Watkins Star In G. B. Shaw Play; Costumes Designed -- March Of Time At RPI; Fourteen Big Events Occur, College Celebrates Thirtieth Year With Record Enrollment -- '49 Sophomores Elect Kelley As President --...
    • 1948-05-19
    • v.24:no.15 (1948:May 19)
    • Proscript (1948-02-11)

    • $17,000 Building Will Probably Be For Faculty Or Students, Is Part Of School Expansion Plan To Accommodate New Borders -- R. P. I. Students Represent 32 States And Four Countries, Latin Neighbors Enrolled Jamaica and Indies Listed -- Late Request...
    • 1948-02-11
    • v.24:no.2 (1948:Feb. 11)
    • Proscript (1948-02-18)

    • Royal Pair Will Reign At Mardi Gras Festival, 73 Students Make Dean's List In Fall Session, 60% "A's" 40% B's Are Necessary For This Honor, Mosque Scene Of Midwinters Costumes Only Entrance Fee -- Student Body To Vote Today For May Queen -- Lost...
    • 1948-02-18
    • v.24:no.3 (1948:Feb. 18)
    • Proscript (1948-02-25)

    • "Morning's At Seven" To Be Drama's New Hit, Domestic Comedy To Be Given Soon -- Three Enter Youth Music Competition -- 80 Students Are Placed On Probation --May Queen Tradition Goes On-Nominees Chosen -- Journalism; Art Students, To See N. Y. --...
    • 1948-02-25
    • v.24:no.4 (1948:Feb. 25)
    • Proscript (1948-03-03)

    • Cotillion Club To Feature Name Band -- Fifth Annual D. E. Convention Will Meet Here March 4-5-6, Delegates Will Represent Twenty Eight Schools -- RPI Talent Will Offer Musical -- German Happy Over Kindness Of Americans -- Queen's Name To Be Posted...
    • 1948-03-03
    • v.24:no.5 (1948:Mar. 3)
    • Proscript (1948-03-10)

    • May Queen To Rule RPI -- Virginia Penn Elected Queen; Attendants, Court Also Chosen, May Be 3-Day Celebration, April 15 Deadline For Plans -- Girl Surprised By Election Had No Inkling -- Widder Heads Red Cross Drive At RPI -- 100 Students To Visit...
    • 1948-03-10
    • v.24:no.6 (1948:Mar. 10)
    • Proscript (1948-03-17)

    • Name Band To Attract 600 To Cotillion Dance, Couples To Dance Saturday Night -- "Morning" Is Tonight At Eight, Naturalism Used In Set For Comedy -- Music Recital To Be Given On March 23 -- May Day Festivities Are Tentatively Planned-SGA -- 3 New...
    • 1948-03-17
    • v.24:no.7 (1948:Mar. 17)
    • Proscript (1948-03-24)

    • Sprinklers Will Check Fire Peril -- Theater Group Offers 2 Shows -- Art Majors Can Get BFA Degree -- Students Will Debate Activity Fee Increase -- Shall We Have UMT?, UMT-Yes!, UMT-No! -- New Catalogs Are In Office -- Journal Has 9 Selections --...
    • 1948-03-24
    • v.24:no.8 (1948:Mar. 24)
    • Proscript (1948-03-31)

    • Fee Raise Defeated-Too Few Votes, Debate Precedes Election Held Last Week At RPI, Results of Voting, For 654, Against 151, Void Ballots 5, Total 810 -- Eight Day Vacation Starts 3rd -- Student Fee May Not Go Up Despite Outcome Of Votes -- Dance...
    • 1948-03-31
    • v.24:no.9 (1948:Mar. 31)
    • Proscript (1948-09-22)

    • Convocation To Be At 1:30, Convocation Today Will Present Officials; Clubs -- Rat Week To Start Oct. 4; Brother-Sister List Posted -- Class Change Deadline Oct. 9 -- First Meeting VMF Soon-Wood -- Welcome -- Book Store Adds Stock, Glass Case --...
    • 1948-09-22
    • v.25:no.1 (1948:Sept. 22)
    • Proscript (1948-11-24)

    • Founders Hall Sprinkler Floods Oven, Chocolate Pies Are Only Casualties -- Long-Range Plans For Improvement Revealed -- Johnson Is New Freshman Prexy -- Dr. Wilson To Conduct Chorus -- Miss McMillian To Wisconsin -- TB Rate Rising In Colleges --...
    • 1948-11-24
    • v.25:no.10 (1948:Nov. 24)
    • Proscript (1948-12-01)

    • Christmas Theme Of Dance Bill -- ASL Carnival Saturday, Apes, Queen, Booths, ASL Features -- Rec. Students Now Offered M. S. Degree -- Annual Goes To Press 'Soon' -- Yule Party To Be Held Dec. 8 -- TA Play Is Adaptation -- German Mag. Shows Behl...
    • 1948-12-01
    • v.25:no.11 (1948:Dec. 1)
    • Proscript (1948-12-08)

    • Bowles To Run For SGA; Two Parties Announced, Sewell Plan, Platform Of All Campus Party, Voters Club Formed For Campus, State -- "January Thaw" Tomorrow, 8:30 Curtain For Second T. A. Show -- Art Club To Give Xmas Fete -- 15-Day Vacation For Yule...
    • 1948-12-08
    • v.25:no.12 (1948:Dec. 08)
    • Proscript (1948-12-15)

    • City Won't Give Signal, Traffic Doesn't Warrant Stoplight -- Convocation To Be Friday, Noel Songs Feature Of Program -- Remmie Arnold Entertains RPItes -- Mardi Gras Date Set For February, 19 -- Ogden Team To Address RIC Group -- T. A. Christmas...
    • 1948-12-15
    • v.25:no.13 (1948:Dec. 15)
    • Proscript (1949-01-12)

    • Bandoian Wins Support Of Young Voters Club -- Semester Exams Will Begin Jan. 24, Ending February 3, No Schedule Changes To Be Allowed; Registration Will Be Held Feb. 4-5 -- SGA Election Starts February 16 -- SGA Committee To Enforce School Rules --...
    • 1949-01-12
    • v.25:no.14 (1949:Jan. 12)
    • Proscript (1949-01-19)

    • Sidewalk To Appear In Feb., States Wood, Bi-Monthly In Future -- Drama Group Elects Prexy -- Addition To Bldg. Ready By Feb. 1st, Stairway Last Task -- Rev. Williams Addresses Canterbury -- Collegiate All-Campus Heads Talk -- Art Prize Won By...
    • 1949-01-19
    • v.25:no.15 (1949:Jan. 19)
    • Proscript (1949-01-26)

    • Mardi Gras Is Feb. 19: D�cor Follows Theme, Decoration Suggestions Till Monday -- Charles Craig To Play Works Of Bach-others -- New Yorker Will Star In Romeo -- Kelley Says Paper Fails RPI Clubs, Sweethearts Chosen By All -- VPI Here Forms...
    • 1949-01-26
    • v.25:no.16 (1949:Jan. 26)
    • Proscript (1949-02-02)

    • 100 Students To Register For 1st Time -- 3rd Candidate May Enter Race, Boosters To Announce Further Plans Later -- Registrar Lists Class Changes; Omissions Cited -- New Addition Will Be Open For Feb. 7 -- Job Service In All-Campus Platform --...
    • 1949-02-02
    • v.25:no.17 (1949:Feb. 2)
    • Proscript (1949-02-09)

    • Mid-Winter Dances Are This Week -- 6 Cases Tried By Honor Council; 4 To Come Up, Sewell Gives Regulations -- D. E. Students To Help With Conventions -- Mooney's Rise To Fame Is Recent And Startling -- Prom Rules At SG Meeting -- "Romeo" Tickets To...
    • 1949-02-09
    • v.25:no.18 (1949:Feb. 9)
    • Proscript (1949-02-16)

    • Clyde Harrison Heads Third Party, SGA Elections Slated For Next Three Days, Bandoian, Bowles, Harrison Running For President, 8-Point Platform Started By Dark Horse Candidate -- Sidewalk To Appear Late -- 1,672 Registered At Beginning Of Semester...
    • 1949-02-16
    • v.25:no.19 (1949:Feb. 16)
    • Proscript (1948-09-29)

    • RPI Has First Street Dance, Get-Together, First In City, Is Success In Shafer Street -- Partial Enrollment Numbers 813; Business School Leads -- Vets Number 465-Tedder, Checks To Start Nov. 1, June Check Added -- New Staff Is In Dining Room -- 69...
    • 1948-09-29
    • v.25:no.2 (1948:Sept. 29)
    • Proscript (1949-02-23)

    • Collegiates Sweep SGA Elections, Harrison Defeated By 64 Votes; Bowles Trails Third, Simons, Marlowe and Johnson In -- Romeo And Juliet To Open February 24 -- Record Vote Cast For Prexy In Elections -- Recital Is Broadcast By Chorus -- Make-Up Rule...
    • 1949-02-23
    • v.25:no.20 (1949:Feb. 23)
    • Proscript (1949-03-02)

    • Photo Book Shows RPI Student Life, Contest To Find Title Announced -- Annual Spring Formal Dance To Be Mar. 12 -- New Dorm Bought To House 60 Men, West Franklin Is Location -- "Merry Widow" Here-March 9-10 -- Business Dept. Trains Teachers -- T. A....
    • 1949-03-02
    • v.25:no.21 (1949:Mar. 2)
    • Proscript (1949-03-09)

    • DE Convention Planned Next Week, Business Panels Tour On Two-Day Slate -- Art School Is Invited To Submit To Forum In North Carolina, Hall, Tatum Represent R. P. I. -- DE Students To Entertain Norfolk Club -- Baldwin Plays For Cotillion Dance...
    • 1949-03-09
    • v.25:no.22 (1949:Mar. 9)
    • Proscript (1949-03-16)

    • TA's To Present Wilde Company -- Calendar of Events -- Tax Rule Upsets Plans For Frosh-Soph Party -- May Day Plans Are Announced -- Social Workers Hold Conclave -- Dance Group Attends Forum At N. C. College -- Dormitory Undergoing Repair-Dean --...
    • 1949-03-16
    • v.25:no.23 (1949:Mar. 16)
    • Proscript (1949-03-23)

    • Students Will Present Fashion Show Mar. 30 -- 'Lady Windermere' To Open March 30-Sellout Expected, Tyrone Morrow, Evelyn Randlette In Title Roles -- Kelley Reveals May Day Plans -- Dr. McKinney To Speak March 25 -- Yearly X-Rays Cited Necessary --...
    • 1949-03-23
    • v.25:no.24 (1949:Mar. 23)
    • Proscript (1949-03-30)

    • Sweeping Changes Hit RPI In Shakeup -- Shafer Street To Be Bridged, City Decides -- Announcement -- Future Classes To Be Outdoors In City Parks -- Bones Joins Biology Dept. -- Summer School Enrolls Dragon Seeking Solution -- Pully Heads New Bureau...
    • 1949-03-30
    • v.25:no.25 (1949:Mar. 30)
    • Proscript (1949-04-13)

    • New SGA Constitution Entering Final Round -- Miss Whiting Wins Prize In Contest -- Betty Byrd Is Elected May Queen For 1949 -- Dr. A. Davis Promotes Vote Of Students -- Juniors Fete Seniors At June Banquet -- RPI Students Speak In Home High Schools...
    • 1949-04-13
    • v.25:no.26 (1949:Apr. 13)
    • Proscript (1949-04-20)

    • T. A.s Use New Policy With Moliere Company -- SGA Constitution Hits Snag On Honor Clause, Group Blocks Attempt To Drop 'Counsel' Rule, 3 Constitution Changes Passed -- Job Analysis Shown Through Du Pont Tour -- Two Recitals Planned By Music Dept....
    • 1949-04-20
    • v.25:no.27 (1949:Apr. 20)
    • Proscript (1949-04-27)

    • Preschedule System To Be Tried In May By Registrar's Office, Plan Will Aid Upperclassmen -- 'Merci' Train Items Sent To Library -- 'Counsel Clause' Removed From SGA Constitution -- Social Work To Offer New Courses -- UR, WM Get VIPA Honors -- 31...
    • 1949-04-27
    • v.25:no.28 (1949:Apr. 27)
    • Proscript (1949-05-04)

    • Herb Stone To Play For May Day Dance; Fete Plans Are Now Complete -- Honor Keys To Be Given, S. G. A. Installation Friday, Sewell, Birckhead, Calisch, Shiflett Get Leaders Keys -- Paintings Tour 9 Va. Colleges For Exhibition -- Fashion Show To Be...
    • 1949-05-04
    • v.25:no.29 (1949:May 4)
    • Proscript (1948-10-06)

    • Informal Dance To Close Rat Week, Morrow, Joyce To Give Skit; 50th Couple To Get Prize -- Faculty Additions Swell Staff; Ten States Are Represented Here, Six Virginians Lead Field; One Member From California -- Enrollment Shows Men Are Still In...
    • 1948-10-06
    • v.25:no.3 (1948:Oct. 6)
    • Proscript (1949-05-11)

    • REC Leadership To Give Carnival At McQuire's -- "Spring Preview" Shows Many Fashion Styles, 7 Students Win Prizes -- Veterans May Cancel 15 Day Leave May 12 -- TA's To Present Mahler Show -- Bandoian TO Rap Gavel For First Time Tonight --...
    • 1949-05-11
    • v.25:no.30 (1949:May 11)
    • Proscript (1949-05-18)

    • 274 To Get Degrees At June 13 Graduation -- Register Now For Summer Dorms-Tyler -- Music, Art Festival To Be May 25-26 -- Rev. Scherer To Speak At Commencement -- Drama Dept. Presents Play Of Restoration -- 1st Semester Incompletes In By June 1 --...
    • 1949-05-18
    • v.25:no.31 (1949:May 18)
    • Proscript (1949-05-25)

    • Constitution Ratified By 977 For Votes, 79 Oppose Adoption At End Of Long Fight -- Theatre Associates To Present "The Boor" -- Registrar Announces Fall Plans -- Rehearsal For Graduation To Be June 10 -- Kidd and Long Tie For Soph. Class Head -- New...
    • 1949-05-25
    • v.25:no.32 (1949:May 25)
    • Proscript (1948-10-13)

    • Hell Week Ends With Gala Dance-Fest, Overflow Crowds Cause Hurried Shift To Mosque -- Advertising Campaign Planned, Student Support Needed-Neely -- R.P.I. Scores Again With New Courses -- Hello Out There To Be Presented -- O'Tool New Head Of...
    • 1948-10-13
    • v.25:no.4 (1948:Oct. 13)
    • Proscript (1948-10-20)

    • Convocation Held Next Week, Dean, Chorus On Program; Senior Robes In Room 24 -- Off-Campus Director Chosen To Help Boarders, Mrs. Pilcher Revamps Rooms Assignments -- 125 Initiates Added To Club -- Smoke Lamp Out Of Class, Hazard, Ventilation Cause...
    • 1948-10-20
    • v.25:no.5 (1948:Oct. 20)
    • Proscript (1948-10-27)

    • Langstaff Winns Mag Prize, 'Sidewalk' On Stands Nov. 5; Subscription, $1.75 Year -- Orders For The Wigwam Will Be Taken Until Nov. 10 -- Music Dept. To Give Recitals -- "Persian Girl" Period Play Is Roman Comedy -- Make-Up Tests To Be Given Every...
    • 1948-10-27
    • v.25:no.6 (1948:Oct. 27)
    • Proscript (1948-11-03)

    • Respect The Honor Code Dean Hibbs Urges Students -- "Wonderland" Fantasy To Play Here November 12-13 -- Sadie Hawkins Shindig November 13, Dogpatch Daughters Resume Annual Hunt -- Ad Club To Give Dance, Membership Drive Held This Week -- New BFA...
    • 1948-11-03
    • v.25:no.7 (1948:Nov. 3)
    • Proscript (1948-11-10)

    • Thanksgiving Holiday Given, Vacation Is Nov. 24-Dec. 1, Commencement Is Changed -- Vote On S. G. A. Changes Will Be Put To Students, Constitutions For Each Class Is Proposed Under New Set-Up -- Dogpatch Moves To RPI Saturday, Most Original Dressed...
    • 1948-11-10
    • v.25:no.8 (1948:Nov. 10)
    • Proscript (1948-11-17)

    • Cotillion Club To Give Formal Dance, Joan Brooks Will Sing At Fiesta; Members, Dates Must Have Bids -- "Proscript" In Mourning; Smash Story Fizzles -- New Rooms For RPI Near Completion -- Juniors Meet Tomorrow -- Movie To Be Shown On Work of...
    • 1948-11-17
    • v.25:no.9 (1948:Nov. 17)
    • Proscript (1950-09-29)

    • City Tour, Parties Given Freshmen And Transfers -- Governor Releases Funds For New RPI Gymnasium, Apartment Unit For Dormitory Also Purchased -- J. E. Gordon Is Appointed Mens Director -- Two Negroes Seek Entry In RPI School -- Annual Sales...
    • 1950-09-29
    • v.27:no.31 (1950:Sept. 29)
    • Proscript (1950-10-06)

    • Drama Group To Resume Weekly One-Act Plays -- Alumni Homecoming To Include College Booster Club Members -- Contest Open To Rename RPI Annual -- Absence Committee Rules On Overcutting Classes -- Degree Students For February Meet October 6 -- Rat...
    • 1950-10-06
    • v.27:no.32 (1950:Oct. 6)
    • Proscript (1950-10-12)

    • Registrar Releases Enrollment Figures -- Thanksgiving Date Change Is Announced -- Rat Week Will Feature Special Dress, Conduct -- Cotillion Group Elects Officers, Plans Activities -- Richmond Firms Will Photograph Annual Pictures -- Mimeographing...
    • 1950-10-12
    • v.27:no.33 (1950:Oct. 12)
    • Proscript (1950-10-20)

    • Meeting Called Wednesday For February Graduates -- Alumni Will Register Today For Their First Homecoming -- SGA Floor Committee Is Praised -- Business School Aids Students Seeking Jobs -- Questions By Councilmen Leave Frosh Bewildered As Rat Week...
    • 1950-10-20
    • v.27:no.34 (1950:Oct. 20)
    • Proscript (1950-10-26)

    • First Homecoming Success As 150 Alumni Register -- RPI Community Chest Goal Set At $850 As Annual Drive Begins -- Recreation Club Will Feature Square Dancing -- Martin Elected First President Of Booster Club -- Cotillion's First Dance Is Informal...
    • 1950-10-26
    • v.27:no.35 (1950:Oct. 26)
    • Proscript (1950-11-02)

    • Carson Overton To Lead Senior Class This Year -- Cary Merrill's Orchestra To Play For Cotillion Formal Saturday -- SGA Expected To Inaugurate 'Step Singing' -- Music School To Present Recital At WRNL Studio -- Approval Given Of Constitution For...
    • 1950-11-02
    • v.27:no.36 (1950:Nov. 2)
    • Proscript (1950-11-12)

    • Yearbook Will Keep Its Original Name Of Wigwam -- SGA To Give Formal Dance November 18 -- Veteran Actors To Open RPI Production Tonight -- Chest Quota Falls Short Of Its Goal -- Presbyterians Elect Officers -- Constitution For Freshmen Is Ratified
    • 1950-11-12
    • v.27:no.37 (1950:Nov. 12)
    • Proscript (1950-11-16)

    • Sadie Hawkins Day Dance To Be Held This Friday -- SGA Will Give Formal Dance Saturday In Mosque Ballroom, Ronnie Bartley's Band To Play -- Library To Close For Thanksgiving On November 22 -- SGA Adopts New Order For Council -- Music Director Plans...
    • 1950-11-16
    • v.27:no.38 (1950:Nov. 16)
    • Proscript (1950-11-21)

    • String Quartet Concert To Be Held December 1 -- November 23, 24, 25 Are Dates For RPI Thanksgiving Holidays -- Freshman Candidates Announced -- OT Specialists Visit Staunton On First Field Trip -- Presbyterian Hear Speaker November 28 --...
    • 1950-11-21
    • v.27:no.39 (1950:Nov. 21)
    • Proscript (1950-12-07)

    • New Accrediting Group Grants Approval To RPI -- Three Seniors To Vie For Title In May Queen Voting Next Week -- Music Majors Plan Recital December 3 -- "Here We Are" Is Title Of Boosters Program -- Sport Briefs -- Yule Job Leaves Granted Students...
    • 1950-12-07
    • v.27:no.40 (1950:Dec. 7)
    • Proscript (1950-12-14)

    • Second Full-Length Play Opens Three-Night Run -- SGA Grants Early Voting In Election -- Students To Recommend Seniors For Honor Keys -- Bulletin Board Clean Up Group Is Appointed -- Junior Class Extends Date For Petitions -- First Booster Club Show...
    • 1950-12-14
    • v.27:no.41 (1950:Dec. 14)
    • Proscript (1950-12-20)

    • String Quartet Concert Will Be Held January 5 -- Fourteen Day Vacation Begins With Happy Yuletide Wished All -- SGA Urges Cooperation In Key Nods -- Former Graduate Dies; Entered RPI In 1921 -- Music Majors To Give Program -- Plans Made For Contest...
    • 1950-12-20
    • v.27:no.42 (1950:Dec. 20)
    • Proscript (1951-01-12)

    • February Commencement To Be Held January 31 -- Examinations To Be Held January 22 Through 31 -- May Queen Elections Are Invalid -- Special Rates Are Offered For Tickets To Forum -- German Club's Dinner Dance To Be Saturday -- RPI Grants Early Exams...
    • 1951-01-12
    • v.27:no.43 (1951:Jan. 12)
    • Proscript (1951-01-18)

    • Honor Key Nominations Due Before January 20 -- Gerry Wensing To Be Crowned May Queen In Spring Ceremony -- Music School Program Set For January 30 -- Heywood Chosen New President Of Art Club -- SGA Treasurer Bregman Resigns Post; Enters Service --...
    • 1951-01-18
    • v.27:no.44 (1951:Jan. 18)
    • Proscript (1951-01-26)

    • Petitions Being Taken For SGA, Honor Council -- Fifty Students Will Receive Degrees From RPI January 31 -- Every Student Must Register February 1, 2 -- RPI Presented $100 To Buy Welfare Books -- Wigwam Buyers Contact Editor Before Leaving -- SGA...
    • 1951-01-26
    • v.27:no.45 (1951:Jan. 26)
    • Proscript (1951-03-16)

    • SGA Elections Scheduled For March 19, 20, and 21 -- Educational Building Bid Awarded At Erection Cost of $245,281 -- Change Made In 'Electra' Opening Date -- Club To Offer Holiday Dance Saturday Night -- Senior Diplomas Will Be Changed
    • 1951-03-16
    • v.28:no.10 (1951:Mar. 16)
    • Proscript (1951-03-22)

    • Electra' Takes Spotlight In Three-Night Gym Run -- Twenty-Eight Candidates Vie For Honor Council Positions -- Posters Must Be On Boards -- Cotillion Forms Primary Plans For '51 Formal -- Aid Planned For Seniors Seeking Jobs -- Summer Course To Be...
    • 1951-03-22
    • v.28:no.11 (1951:Mar. 22)
    • Proscript (1951-03-29)

    • Art Auction To Be Held On April 12 -- Co-Op Party Takes Over -- RPI Begins Vacation Saturday March 31 -- April 13 Set For Three S Gym Dance -- Co-op Slate Wins Offices In '51-'52 SGA Elections -- Conference Set By Canterburys -- Freshmen Have Until...
    • 1951-03-29
    • v.28:no.12 (1951:Mar. 29)
    • Proscript (1951-04-19)

    • Opera Is Set April 24, 25 At Chandler -- Report Given On Elections Held Lately -- Club To Choose "Cotillion Beau" At Spring Formal On Saturday -- ASL On Jaunt To See Artists In Empire City -- Traffic Rules Being Violated -- May Day Figure Open To...
    • 1951-04-19
    • v.28:no.13 (1951:Apr. 19)
    • Proscript (1951-04-26)

    • Proscript Places Second In State College Papers -- Booster Club Disbands For Mis-Managing Funds Revealed By Investigation -- Meets Dropped By SGA Prexy -- Apple Show Will Include RPI Senior -- Freshman Class Suspended Use Of School Gym -- Summer...
    • 1951-04-26
    • v.28:no.14 (1951:Apr. 26)
    • Proscript (1951-05-03)

    • Work Begun For Building On Franklin -- Separation From W & M Needed For RPI's Growth, Alumna Says -- One-Actors To Feature Music, Comedy Tonight -- SGA Leader Drury Lyle Is Installed -- Baccalaureate For Graduation Will Be June 10 -- RPI Drama...
    • 1951-05-03
    • v.28:no.15 (1951:May 3)
    • Proscript (1951-05-11)

    • May Day Festivities Begin Friday At RPI -- Opening Set For 'Shrew' May 16-18 -- RPI Musicians Gather This Weekend To Give Tune-up, Recitals May Day -- Dean To Crown Queen Wensing -- June 11 Is Date For Graduation Of '51 Seniors -- Freshmen Set...
    • 1951-05-11
    • v.28:no.16 (1951:May 11)
    • Proscript (1951-05-17)

    • Gehris Elected President Of Next Year's Sophomores -- German Club To Install New Officers -- Discipline Committee Formed By New SGA To Handle Misconduct -- Variety Set May 24-25 In RPI Gym -- Junior Class Dues Needed, Feaster Says -- Vets Reminded...
    • 1951-05-17
    • v.28:no.17 (1951:May 17)

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