The Penguin's Progress 
October 16, 1959    Vol. 2 No. 4 

The Penguin's Progress Volume 2 No. 4 October 16, 1959.pdf

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Title

The Penguin's Progress 
October 16, 1959    Vol. 2 No. 4 

Creator

Associated Students of Clark College

Publisher

Associated Students of Clark College

Date

1959

Contributor

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

Format

Newspaper

Language

English

Coverage

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

Table Of Contents

Page 1
Title
Clark College Pilot Center For Nurses
Faculty Will Host First Coffee Hour
Hop Ends New Student Week (Photograph)
Baird Suggests Building Fund
Convocation Due Tuesday
Student Insurance On Sale to Penguins
Campus Calendar
Polls Open For Voting
Frosh Dance Due Tonight In Gaiser Hall
Dean Cannell Is Back and Feeling Fine Again
Freshman Elections Cancelled Anounces Elections Director
Progress features New Additions
Page 2
Movies and Morals
Spend It Wisely 
Penguin's Progress
Comic Strip 'Arnold' Due Soon in Paper
Letter to Editor: Reader Blasts Editor's Views
New Books In Library
Show Biz Views: Imitators Flub First Show Charley Weaver Enjoyable
Grinnell Designs Assistance Program
Campus Chatter
Page 3
Pierre's Prattle
University Prexy Featured Speaker
Directors Solve Clark Travel Allowance Pay
Cook Class Bakes Clark Daily Bread
New Courses Offered To University Students
Halloween Dance Will Feature Band
Players Stage 'Ghost Murder'
Portland State Sets Fine Arts Festival
Student Council Screens Use Of Obtaining Vending Machines
Winners Selected At AWS Fireside
Seminar Thesis Slated
U.W. Coordinator Visits Here Nov. 17
Dr. Cannell Pens Story In Junior College Paper
Page 4
Sports Scene
Womens Recreation Association Offers Co-Recreation Night
Nominations In For WRA Offices
Some Lack Training?
Volleyball Practices Due on Wednesdays
Wisconsin Certifies Science, Math Teachers
Clark, OCE Meet Lewis & Clark Today
Tennis Courts Vex President
Clark's Hockey Team Sets Trip
Rally Squad Holds Wednesday Pralices