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    • 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)
    • The  atlas (1931-03)

    • Varsity Basketball Season at an End -- Who's Who? -- Sophomore Entertain -- Wigwam Bridge Party
    • 1931-03
    • v.2:no.2 (1931:Mar.)
    • The  atlas (1931-11)

    • Students Sell Tickets -- Coming Events -- Atlas Club Opens Store -- Glee Club in Program -- New Instructors Added -- Ye Holy-Dae -- New Manager Named
    • 1931-11
    • v.3:no.1 (1931:Nov.)
    • The  atlas (1931-12)

    • Glee Club Presents Carol Service -- Christmas Greetings from the Dean -- Student Government Entertains at Xmas Dance -- Faculty Plays Seniors Today -- Children's Theatre Makes Season's Debut -- Atlas Club Elects New Member -- Third Art Exhibit...
    • 1931-12
    • v.3:no.2 (1931:Dec.)
    • The  atlas (1932-03)

    • Norma Overstreet Stars in "Enter Madame" -- Who's Who in Atlas Club Contest -- Children's Theatre Progresses -- Dean Landrum to Speak At Literary Opening -- Philosophy -- Mary Bliley Is Interviewed -- Recital of Voice and Piano Pupils -- Coming...
    • 1932-03
    • v:3:no.3 (1932:Mar.)
    • The  atlas (1932-04)

    • Dancing Classes Give Exhibition -- Student Government Officers -- Children Give Another Program -- Glee Club Program -- William and Mary Players in Three One-Act Plays -- Basketball Banquet -- The Freshman Dance -- April Fool -- Theresa Pollack...
    • 1932-04
    • v.3:no.4 (1932:Apr.)
    • The  atlas (1932-11)

    • The Business School Makes Its Entrance -- Glee Club Organizes -- The Children's Theatre -- Student Government Dance -- Nicholas R. Brewer Exhibits in Anderson Gallery -- Art Student's League -- Towneley Literary Society -- Piano and Voice...
    • 1932-11
    • v.4:no.1 (1932:Nov.)
    • The  atlas (1932-12)

    • Carol Service to be Given by the Glee Club -- Christmas Greetings From the Faculty -- Art Student's League Sponsors Bridge Parties -- Miss Pollak Invited to Exhibit in New York -- Glee Club Holds First Concert of The Year -- Government Class Holds...
    • 1932-12
    • v.4:no.2 (1932:Dec.)
    • The  atlas (1933-02)

    • Exhibition in the A. A. Anderson Art Gallery -- A Tribute to Miss Townley -- Operetta on Glee Club Calendar -- Art Student's League Visits Virginia House -- The Children's Theatre -- Coming Events -- Wigwam
    • 1933-02
    • v.4:no.3 (1933:Feb.)
    • The  atlas (1933-03)

    • Operetta Proclaimed a Success -- Degree Offered to Students of the Art Department -- The Art Students League Exhibit Their Work -- Arthur B. Davies Memorial Exhibit -- Notice -- Rector of Grace and Holy Trinity Church Speaks in Chapel -- Coming...
    • 1933-03
    • v.4:no.4 (1933:Mar.)
    • The  atlas (1933-05)

    • Harriet Montague Elected President of Student Government, Other Elections -- Senior Activities -- Richmond Author Addresses Literary Society -- May Day -- Art Students' League Reorganizes -- Coming Events
    • 1933-05
    • v.4:no.5 (1933:May)
    • The  atlas (1933-10-20)

    • Masquerade Leads Class Dances, Seniors Plan for October 27 -- "Tackey Party Reveals Potential Tacks" at Richmond Division -- Increased Enrollment at Richmond Division -- Art-Found at the Circus -- Elections to Fill Vacancies in Student Offices,...
    • 1933-10-20
    • v.5:no.1 (1933:Oct. 20)
    • The  atlas (1933-11-03)

    • Three Juniors, Two Seniors, Pledged Atlas -- Barnstorming Begins November 10 -- Exhibit of Rural Photographs -- Hockey Tournament November 10-11 -- Atlas Club Taps Five Students, Wilson, Gilliam, Langhorne, Brooks and Kindervater Tapped on Oct. 25...
    • 1933-11-03
    • v.5:no.2 (1933:Nov. 3)
    • The  atlas (1933-11-17)

    • Louella Towneley Literary Society Holds Open Meeting on Nov. 28th, Dr. Fox of Ashland, Will Speak -- School Community Fund Drive Begins Friday, November 17th, Elizabeth Fisher Heads Committee -- Plays Barnstormers Presented Acclaimed A Success --...
    • 1933-11-17
    • v.5:no.3 (1933:Nov. 17)
    • The  atlas (1933-11-29)

    • "Contrast" Comedy in Five Acts to be Presented Dec. 16th -- Varied Attractions at Theatres -- Art Students Plan Trip to Washington -- Timely Tea Talk -- Recital Outstanding -- Unanimous Vote to Move Coat Racks From Corridors -- Annual Feast of...
    • 1933-11-29
    • v.5:no.4 (1933:Nov. 29)
    • The  atlas (1933-12-15)

    • Christmas Holidays to Be Spent in a Variety of Ways by Faculty -- Mechers' Exhibit Outstanding at Cochran -- "Contrast" Postponed Until Jan. 6, Coquettes and Dandies Figure in Early American Comedy -- Feast of Carols Eagerly Anticipated --...
    • 1933-12-15
    • v.5:no.5 (1933:Dec. 15)
    • The  atlas (1934-01-19)

    • The Richmond Division Evidences Marked Growth Since Its Establishment -- Promotions Among Graduates -- Soph Dance to Prove Respite From Study -- Examination Schedule
    • 1934-01-19
    • v.5:no.7 (1934: Jan. 19)
    • The  atlas (1934-02)

    • Hockey Stick Goes Visiting; Another Serves as Walking-Stick -- Luella Townley Literary Society to Sponsor Bridge Party March 9 -- Class In German Being Offered This Semester -- Who's Who Election Places Montague First; Walker Second -- Literary...
    • 1934-02
    • v.5:no.8 (1934:Feb.)
    • The  atlas (1934-03)

    • Glee Club Operetta in Late April -- "The Ideal Professor" Stands Slim Chance of Being Human at the Hands of Division Students -- Absence Rules Defended By Dr. Hibbs -- May Day Committees Chosen; Brooks Appointed Chairman of May Day, Queen To Be...
    • 1934-03
    • v.5:no.9 (1934:Mar.)
    • The  atlas (1934-03-30)

    • Walker Elected May Queen, Austin and Conway, Maids-of-Honor, Queen Has Been Prominent in College Activities --Faculty Member Honored, Miss Burruss's Painting Chosen for Reproduction in Catalog of Annual Exhibit of Virginia Artists -- Art Students'...
    • 1934-03-30
    • v.5:no.10 (1934:May 30)
    • The  atlas (1934-04-13)

    • Langhorne Heads Student Gov't, Brooks to Serve as Vice-Pres.; Baker, Sec'y, and Holtzclaw, Treas., New President an Active Participant in Student Activities-- Art Students Plan Trip To New York, Other Students May Accompany Them -- "Miss Caruther's...
    • 1934-04-13
    • v.5:no.11 (1934:Apr. 13)
    • The  atlas (1934-05-04)

    • Freshman Class Planning to Give Dance -- Ode to Spring -- Atlas Club Taps Nine, Honor Conferred on One Senior, Three Juniors, Five Sophomores -- "Streets of New York" To Be Presented May 19 -- May Day Festival Colorful and Elaborate -- Local...
    • 1934-05-04
    • v.5:no.12 (1934:May 4)
    • The  atlas (1934-05-26)

    • Senior Class To Be Entertained Commencement Week, Garden Party, Tea, Luncheon, Dance Make Up Program, Geo. B. Zehmer to Speak at Commencement -- Exam Schedule -- Student Art Exhibit To Be Opened Saturday, Oils, Water Colors, Charcoals and...
    • 1934-05-26
    • v.5:no.13 (1934:May 26)
    • The  atlas (1934-10-05)

    • The New Enrollment -- Memorial Book Collection Under Way -- Last Year's Seniors Out In the World, Working Hard -- Strife Results From Room Changes -- Freshman Gives First Impression -- Dramatic Club -- Student's Room Ready -- Mr. James Y. Causey --...
    • 1934-10-05
    • v.6:no.1 (1934:Oct. 5)
    • The  atlas (1934-10-19)

    • Holiday Saturday? -- Art Classes Expand -- Congratulations, Mr. Walker -- Dramatic Club Chooses Casts -- Announcements -- Townley Literary Society Meets -- Art Students' League Tea Scheduled For Tuesday -- Glee Club to Perform -- Interview Mrs....
    • 1934-10-19
    • v.6:no.2 (1934:Oct. 19)
    • The  atlas (1934-11-14)

    • Townley Lit. Bids Four, Arranges Open Meeting -- "Work Honestly", Mr. Junkin Advises Artists -- Students to Attend Convention, Katheryn Browning Leads Discussion Group -- Art Students' League Holds First Open Meeting -- Paintings and Etchings on...
    • 1934-11-14
    • v.6:no.3 (1934:Nov. 14)
    • The  atlas (1934-12-07)

    • The Atlas Club Faces Busy Season -- Contract For Rings Awarded -- Townley Literary Society Presents Speaker -- Distinguished Artist Exhibits Paintings in Gallery Bearing Own Name -- Basketball Begins -- Subscription Campaign of the Wigwam -- Art...
    • 1934-12-07
    • v.6:no.4 (1934:Dec. 7)
    • The  atlas (1935-04-10)

    • Human History of Local Division -- Operetta Presented -- Welcome Alumnae -- Since 1929
    • 1935-04-10
    • v.6:no.5 (1935:Apr. 10)
    • The  atlas (1935-11-01)

    • Peace Support Organized -- Psychology Club Re-Organizes; To Meet Next Week -- Atlas Plans Future at Meeting Oct. 28th, Will Hold Tap Services, Make Standards Up To Mortar Board Qualifications -- Armistice Day Proclamation Urges Student Mobilization...
    • 1935-11-01
    • v.7:no.1 (1935:Nov. 1)
    • The  atlas (1935-12-01)

    • Students Hear Dr. Cousins In Chapel Tues, Pastor of Second Baptist Church In Address Streets Relation of Inlook and Outlook -- Seniors Perform in Chapel As Mirth and Mimic Reign -- Wood Carving Leslie Bolling Address Topic, Outstanding Negro Artist...
    • 1935-12-01
    • v.7:no.2 (1935:Dec. 1)
    • The  atlas (1935-12-18)

    • Psychology Groups Holds First Meeting, Dr. R. P. Daniel of Virginia Union Gives Address; Attendance Large -- Rev. C. J. Gibson is Speaker at Chapel, Addresses Students On "Value of a Name" -- Townley Lit. Soc. Initiates New Members, Students May...
    • 1935-12-18
    • v.7:no.3 (1935:Dec. 18)
    • The  atlas (1936-01-13)

    • Dorians Give Music History With Recital -- The Adolescent Looks at Xmas -- Barnstormers Start Work On New Production -- Luella Townley Society Elects, Names Staff to Produce Proposed Literary Publication -- Grads Turn Social Before Vacations,...
    • 1936-01-13
    • v.7:no.4 (1936:Jan. 13)
    • The  atlas (1936-01-20)

    • Foreword Gives List of Future Atlas Features -- Honor Code Presented -- Miss De La Pole Talks To Social Work Classes -- Tea Is Given To Honor Miss Peck, Professor of Public Health Nursing Accepts New Position -- Basket Ball Team Practice Underway,...
    • 1936-01-20
    • v.7:no.5 (1936:Jan. 20)
    • The  atlas (1936-02-11)

    • Senior Class Members Training Under Mrs. Elizabeth G. Soyars, New Assistant Supervisor of Field Work Graduate of Westhampton, W. & M. -- American Student Union Seeks Educational, Economic Security, Support of Nye-Kvale Bill Abolishing Compulsory...
    • 1936-02-11
    • v.7:no.6 (1936:Feb. 11)
    • The  atlas (1936-02-24)

    • New Biology Lab, Gym, Art Studio, Being Erected, Completion of New Building to Give More Adequate Facilities For Students, Faculty -- Record Breaking Pet Show; 11 Dogs, 1 Turtle, 1 Cat, etc� -- Dramatic Club Continues Work on Production,...
    • 1936-02-24
    • v.7:no.7 (1936:Feb. 24)
    • The  atlas (1936-05-04)

    • Awards Made To Students In Art, Literature, Drama, Cottrell Wins Prize For Essay On "Why I Should See New York" -- Introducing Thomas Wolfe -- Dr. Calisch, Peace Council Head, In Anti-War Address, Talks on Student National Anti-War Strike on...
    • 1936-05-04
    • v.7:no.11 (1936:May 4)
    • The  atlas (1936-10-08)

    • 37 Courses to be Given in Night School Classes -- Campus Day Enjoyable Affair -- Eight Teachers Join Faculty of School 1936-37 -- Office Reports Enrollment Up, Figures Given on Registration at School This Fall -- Student Government Dance Held...
    • 1936-10-08
    • v.8:no.1 (1936:Oct. 8)
    • The  atlas (1936-10-19)

    • International Relations Club to be Formed, Plans Now Under Way for Organization; Membership to be Open to Students -- Mrs. Donald Stiers of Emergency Peace Campaign is Chapel Speaker -- Dramatic Club Presents Plans For the Month, Four New Plays...
    • 1936-10-19
    • v.8:no.2 (1936:Oct. 19)
    • The  atlas (1936-11-03)

    • Parties Present Their Causes At Political Forum, Issues of Campaign Outlined to Students on Eve of National Election -- Soul of Aesthetic Student Stirred By Messy Appearance of Student Room -- Dr. Montague Speaks to Seniors On Living Faith, Shows...
    • 1936-11-03
    • v.8:no.3 (1936:Nov. 3)
    • The  atlas (1936-11-17)

    • W. & M. Grads Win Positions In Other States, Social Work Graduates Find Interesting Work In Social Agencies -- Hockey Year Ends With Fair Showing, Two School Teams Show Constant Improvement During Season -- Dramatic Club to Give First Program,...
    • 1936-11-17
    • v.8:no.4 (1936:Nov. 17)
    • The  atlas (1936-12-07)

    • Tells of Hitler in Address at Student Union, Martha Schwabinger Named Delegate to Pioneer Youth Conference in Roanoke -- One Last Plea For Chapel -- Dorian Music Society Names 4 New Pledges, Honorary Group Holds Meeting at Home of Katherine and...
    • 1936-12-07
    • v.8:no.5 (1936:Dec. 7)
    • The  atlas (1936-12-16)

    • Christmas Seals Insure Health -- The Night Before Christmas -- The Atlas Club Shop Open For Business -- Limit Privileges For Art Students
    • 1936-12-16
    • v.8:no.6 (1936:Dec. 16)
    • The  atlas (1937-01-12)

    • Causey Speaks at Meeting of Student Union, Addresses Meeting on "The Truth About Spain"; Answers Many Questions -- The Revolution of Resolutions -- Miss Shane To Attend Social Work Meeting, Leaves Thursday For St. Louis to Attend Important...
    • 1937-01-12
    • v.8:no.7 (1937:Jan. 12)
    • The  atlas (1937-02-09)

    • Luella Townley 'Literary Digest' In the Offing, Frances Seller Announces Plan For Publication of New Magazine -- Psychology Club Plans Discussions, Miss Martha Jaeger Announces Plans For Meetings -- Mrs. Bemiss Supervises Community House Work --...
    • 1937-02-09
    • v.8:no.8 (1937:Feb. 9)
    • The  atlas (1937-02-24)

    • American Youth In Pilgrimage to Washington, Great Demonstration of Campus Opinion to be Made in Washington February 20 -- Do You Know -- Mental Hygiene Society Meets and Organizes, Dr. Tucker Named President of Newly Formed Organization Last Friday...
    • 1937-02-24
    • v.8:no.9 (1937:Feb. 24)
    • The  atlas (1937-03-10)

    • Literary Group Offers Prizes to Contributors, Luella Townley Society Announces Plans For Publication of Magazine -- American Student's Union -- Students Vote at Important Chapel Session, May Queen, Student Officers and Outstanding Student to be...
    • 1937-03-10
    • v.8:no.10 (1937:Mar. 10)
    • The  atlas (1937-03-24)

    • Social Work Conference to be Held Here, Study Groups to Meet in School; Students to Act as Ushers -- The Future of Marriage -- Marie Duling Named W. M. Queen of May, Queens Maids Chosen For Enchanted Court To Be Held May 7 -- Barnstormers Plan Two...
    • 1937-03-24
    • v.8:no.11 (1937:Mar. 24)
    • The  atlas (1937-04-06)

    • Dot Thompson Named Head of Student Body, New Government President Has Many Activities and Interests -- Welcome�Virginia State Conference of Social Workers -- Many Changes are Noted in R.D. of W.M., Recent Academic Trends are Noted for Benefit of...
    • 1937-04-06
    • v.8:no.12 (1937:Apr. 6)
    • The  atlas (1937-05-05)

    • Society Hears Life Story of Miss Townley, Miss Koslow Gives Picture of Career of Beloved Instructor -- May Queen -- Annual May Day Festival to be May 7, Complete List of Participants in Annual Fete are Listed -- Miss Young Resigns For New Position...
    • 1937-05-05
    • v.8:no.13 (1937:May 5)
    • The  atlas (1937-05-18)

    • League Aids Views World at War Edge, Sir Herbert Ames Speaks on Implications of German Rearmament -- Modern Language Department -- Class Banquet, Dance Held on Marshall Roof, Juniors and Seniors Toast Happy Past and Bright Future at Annual Affair...
    • 1937-05-18
    • v.8:no.14 (1937:May 18)
    • The  atlas (1937-10-06)

    • Store Service Department is Launched Here, Richmond Division Establishes First Unit in Virginia -- New Teachers Listed For Semester, Dean Hibbs Lists Many New Appointments -- Two Hundred Guests Attend Student Dance, Student Gov't. Welcomes Freshmen...
    • 1937-10-06
    • v.9:no.1 (1937:Oct. 6)
    • The  atlas (1937-10-20)

    • Annual Atlas Dance To Be Held Oct. 29 -- Waddle, Waddle! Duck Waltz Latest Campus Sensation -- Townley Literary Society Names Officers for Year, Short History and Outline of Purpose of Society Given -- Wedding Bells Ring For Biddle and Knight --...
    • 1937-10-20
    • v.9:no.2 (1937:Oct. 20)
    • The  atlas (1937-11-03)

    • Barnstormers Announce First Program, Three One-Act Plays to be Presented November 19 -- Hockey Team Begins Season, Reserves Down Varsity in First Game 1 to 0 -- J. P. Lash Addresses W. M. Student On Spain, Peace Committee Leader Is Speaker in...
    • 1937-11-03
    • v.9:no.3 (1937:Nov. 3)
    • The  atlas (1937-11-17)

    • Negro Sculptor Talks to Art Student League, Leslie Bolling, Richmond Sculptor, Rises to Fame; Humble Beginning -- Dr. Johnson Reviews List of New Books, Reads Paper on Recent Translation at Luella Townley Meeting -- Mrs. Overton Speaks on Marriage...
    • 1937-11-17
    • v.9:no.4 (1937:Nov. 17)
    • The  atlas (1937-12-01)

    • Lena Rivers on the Boards December 14, Barnstormers to Present Modern Version of Celebrated Novel -- Cotillion Plans Opening Formal, Christmas Idea Stressed in Decorations for Dance -- Cards on Sale Soon for Junior Card Dance -- Atlas Taps New...
    • 1937-12-01
    • v.9:no.5 (1937:Dec. 1)
    • The  atlas (1937-12-15)

    • Seniors of 1937 Holding Many Posts, Richmond Division Graduates Listed in Many Positions -- Minder Contributes to Times-Dispatch, Student Writes Article on "These College Girls" -- Psychology Club Hears Cannon on Autobiography, Speaker Impresses...
    • 1937-12-15
    • v.9:no.6 (1937:Dec. 15)
    • The  atlas (1938-01-12)

    • School Is Now Member of National Group, Store Service Dept. Made Member of Nat'l Dry Goods Association -- Atlas Editor Tells of Literary Society Work, Phyllis Jaskauskas, Atlas Co-Editor, is Speaker in Chapel -- New Plays Announced by the...
    • 1938-01-12
    • v.9:no.7 (1938:Jan. 12)
    • The  atlas (1938-01-26)

    • Student Union Broadcasts Over WRTD, Students Re-create Features of Annual Convention -- Psychology Group Pays Visit to State Mental Hospital -- Margaret Solibakke Named Editor of Townley Digest, Marguerite Hanckel Named Assistant Editor; Lou...
    • 1938-01-26
    • v.9:no.8 (1938:Jan. 26)
    • The  atlas (1938-02-23)

    • Fifty New Students As Term Opens, Changes Also Noted in Curriculum and Faculty -- Retail Students at Convention, Store Service Group "Covers" Merchants' Meeting -- Raymer Named Head of A.S.U., W. & M. Student Union Elects Officers -- McGregor and...
    • 1938-02-23
    • v.9:no.9 (1938:Feb. 23)
    • The  atlas (1938-03-09)

    • May Day to be Project of Students, Chapel Meeting Lays Plan for Celebration -- Atlas Staff Visits News-Leader Plant, Take Observation Tours of Newspaper -- Art Students League Presents Mardi Gras as Annual Dance, Gay and Colorful Affair May be...
    • 1938-03-09
    • v.9:no.10 (1938:Mar. 9)
    • The  atlas (1938-03-23)

    • Dr. Frank Price Speaks On China and War, Urges Economic Boycott To Weaken Japan -- Norman Quartet Presents Program at Art Gallery -- Queen to be Elected in Chapel Today, Annual May Court Exercises May 7 -- Barnstormers to Present Play, "The...
    • 1938-03-23
    • v.9:no.11 (1938:Mar. 23)
    • The  atlas (1938-04-06)

    • Louise Marable Named Student Head, Junior Elected President of Student Council, Elizabeth Brown, Sara Blanton, Louise Woodson Also Honored -- All Set for Annual May Day Festival, Miss Margaret Smith to Rule Court on May 6 -- "Quest of the Gypsy"...
    • 1938-04-06
    • v.9:no.12 (1938:Apr. 6)
    • The  atlas (1938-05-04)

    • Miss Jaeger On Program At Convention, Many Authorities in Field of Mental Deficiency Attend Meeting -- West Lawn -- Ward and Peace Topic of Chapel Talk, Dr. Doris Fales Speaker At Annual Peace Day Demonstration -- Barnstormers to Get Gold Pins --...
    • 1938-05-04
    • v.9:no.13 (1938:May 4)
    • The  atlas (1938-05-18)

    • Miss Marks Named To Head Wigwam Staff, New Members of Annual Personnel Announced -- Townley Digest Awards Prizes, Annual of Literary Society to Be on Sale Soon -- Miss Olive Stone Honored by College, Wins Huntington Award for Achievement -- Dabney...
    • 1938-05-18
    • v.9:no.14 (1938:May 18)
    • 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 (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 (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)
    • 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)

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