The Penguin's Progress 
February 12, 1960    Vol. 2 No. 17 

The Penguin's Progress Volume 2 No. 17 February 12, 1960.pdf

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The Penguin's Progress 
February 12, 1960    Vol. 2 No. 17 


Associated Students of Clark College


Associated Students of Clark College




Lewis D. Cannell Library; Clark Community College; Vancouver, Washington






United States--Washington (State)--Clark County--Vancouver

Table Of Contents

Page 1
Two Accidents Reported Here Emergency Aid Given at Hospital
Art Club Plans Oriental Dinner
Cherry Pie Lovers Offered Leisure Day
Tears to Fall; Grades Appear Here Friday
New Veep Needed; Three Considered
Purses Ransacked; Cash Lifted In Gym
Campus Calendar
Carolyn Koehler Girl of Quarter
Top Leaders Will Meet; Evaluation on Agenda
Yellow-Faced Penguin to Return
AAUP to Discuss Work Of OSC Poet Haislip
Beware of Cupid! Valentine Dance Featured Tonite
Council Considers Social Regulations
Page 2
Experience Counts
Cause for Concern
Nurses Welcome
Lincoln Liked Jokes
Same Old Baloney
Penguin's Progress
Student Interest In World Attairs Ballott Purpose
One Out of Four Students Attend Junior Colleges
Like Canine Flies, Digs Sidewalk Shows
Indian Minister Gives New Definition of 'Fool'
Opinion Ballot
Windbag's Mills Short on Wind
Associate Registrar Notes Many Campus Changes
Sunday Meeting Slated For IRC Membership
Page 3
Nursing Class Begins Monday (Photograph)
Alumni Queries Bring Argument
High Schoolers Tested
Clark Program Makes Neighbor Newspapers
Clark College Color Film Production Begins Here
Cake Walk Ramble Set For Net Friday
Nurses' Dinner Meeting Set For February 18
Campus Visitor Noted
Council Eyes Chairs For Busy Snack Bar
Potluck Dinner Slated For County Librarians
Two Scholarships Given Clark Nursing Students
Job Openings Few Since Christmas Season
Page 4
Letter to Sports Editor
WRA to Present Awards Banquet
Basketball Standings
Fern's Basketball Team Lose First
Honorary To Tap New Members Soon
Campus Visitor Noted
Wrestlers Meet With OTI Today
Penguins Top Frosh
Penguins Travel For Weekend Tilt
Idaho Grad Gets Potato Doctorate
Swimmers Grab Third at OCE