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College Eye - Friday, January 27, 1933 (Volume 24, Number 17)

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Betty Dahl, Wendell Dunn receive first popularity contest votes; winners of contest will be featured in 1933 Old Gold 1 News /ni/1932/00000077.jpg
High school will give 'Fire Prince' tonight 1 News /ni/1932/00000077.jpg
Blue Key chooses eleven new men for membership 1 News /ni/1932/00000077.jpg
Student Council offers ten dollar prize for new song 1 News /ni/1932/00000077.jpg
Loper threatens to close Old Gold Club sales contest soon 1 News /ni/1932/00000077.jpg
Old Gold announces schedule for group pictures next week 1 News /ni/1932/00000077.jpg
Plans made for eleventh annual Washington ball; thirty-eight assistants are appointed by general committee head 1 News /ni/1932/00000077.jpg
Two faculty men booked to speak at extension meet 1 News /ni/1932/00000077.jpg
Two debate teams to enter Dubuque contest next week 1 News /ni/1932/00000077.jpg
Choir will sing in Waterloo Sunday 1 News /ni/1932/00000077.jpg
Teachers High meets Eldora tomorrow night 1 News /ni/1932/00000077.jpg
College Eye meeting 1 News /ni/1932/00000077.jpg
Mystery hovers round choice of 'Campus Tutors' 1 News /ni/1932/00000077.jpg
Dr. Seerley will be honored by college groups; memorial services to be conducted Sunday, February 12 1 News /ni/1932/00000077.jpg
Editors will publish summer Purple Pen 1 News /ni/1932/00000077.jpg
Fuller will direct Atlantic branch of T. C. summer session 1 News /ni/1932/00000077.jpg
Winter graduates will meet tomorrow 1 News /ni/1932/00000077.jpg
Tutor Ticklers will present show next Thursday, Friday; production consist of five main acts and three entrée features 1 News /ni/1932/00000077.jpg
Cast is chosen for annual mid-winter play, "Once in a Lifetime"; action is centered around a Vaudeville team in Hollywood 1 News /ni/1932/00000077.jpg
Gag men and hoofers 1 Photo /ni/1932/00000077.jpg
Panther quintet will battle Parsons on local court tonight to determine conference lead; cagers are scheduled for contest with Penn Monday night 1 News /ni/1932/00000077.jpg
Editorials; wounds leave scars 2 Editorial /ni/1932/00000078.jpg
Editorials; use care 2 Editorial /ni/1932/00000078.jpg
The Line 2 Column /ni/1932/00000078.jpg
Tutors win twenty-seven out of thirty debates at Illinois contest; Kramer and Grant, Sinclair and Woolverton return home undefeated 2 News /ni/1932/00000078.jpg
Forum 2 Column /ni/1932/00000078.jpg
Seventh week of term draws to close with sorority dances and supper parties 3 News /ni/1932/00000079.jpg
Bartlett parties go from corn pops to manless formal 3 News /ni/1932/00000079.jpg
Christian Endeavor shows Chinese films 3 News /ni/1932/00000079.jpg
Correspondence and visiting committees lay plans for work 3 News /ni/1932/00000079.jpg
Tickets for college movie are reduced to fifteen cents 3 News /ni/1932/00000079.jpg
Waterloo girls have Boston tea party 3 News /ni/1932/00000079.jpg
Cafeteria changes schedule of service 3 News /ni/1932/00000079.jpg
Recital will honor campus composers 3 News /ni/1932/00000079.jpg
Alta Freeman will present recital in college auditorium 3 News /ni/1932/00000079.jpg
Condit helps install Kappa Mu chapter 3 News /ni/1932/00000079.jpg
All "Central Park" action takes place within single day 3 News /ni/1932/00000079.jpg
Wrestlers will meet strong Cornell team; Panther grapplers engage in initial dual meet of season 4 News /ni/1932/00000080.jpg
Madame X selects Teachers to win next two contests 4 News /ni/1932/00000080.jpg
Sports schedules are completed; competition for volleyball and handball titles starts 4 News /ni/1932/00000080.jpg
Three quintets are undefeated in intramurals; Xanho, A. D. A. and Phi Sig maintain clean slates Saturday 4 News /ni/1932/00000080.jpg

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