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Results 1 to 20 of 25 for lawn field

  1. 1.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 5 May 1965
    Garbage Crisis Perils Use of South Field
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 12 December 1967
    Reject South Field As Bookstore Site
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 29 November 1962
    South Field Fences to Stay Until 'Full and Glorious Spring'
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 15 April 1966
    Pigeons Unseed South Field
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 27 April 1965
    Frisbee Tossers To Be Permitted On Campus Lawn
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 1 May 1968
    ... Hall invites you to WELCOME THE MONTH OF MAY LAWN PARTY on South Field opposite FBH May 1,1968 Jazz ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 7 April 1965
    ... to Columbia yesterday. Judging from the appearance of South Field, it received an enthusiastic welcome. Sun-worshippers gathered in large ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 29 September 1966
    Students Forbidden Use of South Lawn
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 16 April 1965
    South Field comes into its own in the spring. After being ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 1 October 1969
    ... new subculture in the making al Columbia: the South Field Oakies. They're the kids who used to play touch ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 25 March 1966
    ... socks become the dernier cri in footwear. The South lawn is a vital factor in the rites of Spring. ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 25 April 1962
    South Field Loungers Fail To 'Keep Off the Grass'
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 15 March 1966
    Lonely South Field Is Being Seeded
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 19 September 1960
    ... activity, will be unveiled en masse tomorrow at a lawn party in front, of the iPunin Physics laboratories. Columbia-Barnard ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 1 May 1962
    ... students once again to test restrictions on the South Field grass. They found that if they confined their activities ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 1 April 1960
    ... a siesta from noon to 2 p.m. on South Field. Casting for brook trout in University Hall pool at ...
  17. 17.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 18 April 1969
    ... in the final 1968 national rankings of the U.S. Lawn Tennis Association. He was also rated fifth in the ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 1 June 1964
    ... gather at 3 p.m. on Low Plaza and South Field for the presentation of ten honorary degrees, as well ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 16 October 1967
    ... the simple pleasure of playing on a nice grassy lawn with hedges and flowers. In the spring and summer ...
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    Columbia Daily Spectator 9 May 1968
    ... 55 people. Professors continued to hold classes on the lawn or in local apartments. "Liberation classes" were held outdoors ...