Results 21 to 26 of 26 for hamilton hall — Columbia Spectator
Results 21 to 26 of 26 for hamilton hall
21.VOTING STARTS TODAY IN CAMPUS ELECTIONS; BOARD NOMINEES TALK POLLS OPEN AT 11 Reinhardt Terms Meyer, Independent Nominee, As 'Nazi' NO ANSWER MADE Parties Issue Statements As Campaigns Draw To Close [ARTICLE]Columbia Daily Spectator 24 April 1935... votes. Polls will open at 11 A. M. in Hamilton and John Jay, commencing a three-day voting period which ...
22.Student Forum Mr. Blauvelt and the Faith of His Fathers, He Shuns the Tree of Knowledge; His Bark Worse Than His Bite [ARTICLE]Columbia Daily Spectator 21 October 1936... past three and a half years." —John D. M. Hamilton. Some of us were beginning to think that Mr. ...
23.Columbia Lists Student Awards 282 Scholarships Valued At $108,000 Announced By Fackenthal Ninety to College Net Worth Estimated at Approximately $42,000 [ARTICLE]Columbia Daily Spectator 30 September 1935... Evans Scholarship—Stanton Leggett, Arlington, N. J.: '■ George Henry Hall Scholarship—Fred M. Davenport, Kingston, Pa.; James Ren wick Harrison ...
24.Social Problems Club Reveals Condition of University Employees Accuses Spectator of 'Mutilating' Original Report; Notes Little Improvement in State Of Wage-Earners [ARTICLE]Columbia Daily Spectator 9 February 1933... low-paid University employees of the proposed closing of Furnald Hall. We presented data on wages and hours of employees, ...
26.Columbia Accepts Stanford Invitation to Rose Bowl Classic; Eleven Resumes Practice Tomorrow for New Year's Day Battle University Athletics Committee Grants Permission for West Coast Trip After Lengthy Session – Team Will Depart for Tucson, Arizona, December 19 – Lions Will Establish Headquarters There [ARTICLE]Columbia Daily Spectator 5 December 1933... Athletic Office on the fourth floor of John Jay Hall was the center of activity for sports reporters from ...