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College Eye - Thursday, October 15, 1914 (Volume 4, Number 6)

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First lecture course number Thursday; Paul Althouse will give concert Thursday, October 15; nearly twelve hundred seats sold 1 News /ni/1914/00000041.jpg
Shake-Aristo initiation 1 News /ni/1914/00000041.jpg
Final declamatory contest Friday; winners in preliminary will compete for cash prizes; first, second and third award 1 News /ni/1914/00000041.jpg
Women's athletic emblem adopted; will be small reproductions of the regular athletic letter 1 News /ni/1914/00000041.jpg
Game with Dubuque College Saturday; varsity will clash with strong eleven under Coach Dorais, All American quarterback 1 News /ni/1914/00000041.jpg
Bloomfield Club appears; Davis County aggregation believe "in union there is strength" 1 News /ni/1914/00000041.jpg
Ellsworth gives Teachers a surprise; nine veteran prove too strong for Teachers inexperienced line; score 26 to 0; fast game throughout 1 News /ni/1914/00000041.jpg
Home Economics students organize; give breakfast Saturday morning in old gymnasium 1 News /ni/1914/00000041.jpg
Arrangement made for state gym. meet; meeting of State Gymnastic Association is held at Ames; tournament to be staged in March 2 News /ni/1914/00000042.jpg
Special seniors hold mix; elaborate luncheon is served to the assembly 2 News /ni/1914/00000042.jpg
Official Notes 3 Column /ni/1914/00000043.jpg
Untitled 3 Creative /ni/1914/00000043.jpg
Editorial 4 Editorial /ni/1914/00000044.jpg
Untitled 4 News /ni/1914/00000044.jpg
Untitled 4 News /ni/1914/00000044.jpg
Untitled 4 News /ni/1914/00000044.jpg
Untitled 4 News /ni/1914/00000044.jpg
Homerians jollificate; youthful society is aroused even to poetry 4 News /ni/1914/00000044.jpg
Former pastor of St. Patrick's parish addresses N. C. A. 4 News /ni/1914/00000044.jpg
Overheard 4 News /ni/1914/00000044.jpg
Faculty recital Wednes.; splendid program was presented 5 News /ni/1914/00000045.jpg
Training School is prospering; over three hundred and fifty pupils enrolled; many from rural schools 5 News /ni/1914/00000045.jpg
Poe after the Ellsworth game 5 Creative /ni/1914/00000045.jpg
Miss Lodge gives lecture on women's suffrage; former faculty member is now state secretary of this movement 6 News /ni/1914/00000046.jpg
Y. W. C. A. 6 News /ni/1914/00000046.jpg
Miss S. Riggs addresses N. C. A. 6 News /ni/1914/00000046.jpg
Things we wonder about 6 News /ni/1914/00000046.jpg
Chrestos 6 News /ni/1914/00000046.jpg
Supt. Earl B. Hodges 7 News /ni/1914/00000047.jpg
Ivadel E. Eaton 7 News /ni/1914/00000047.jpg
Grace De Noon 7 News /ni/1914/00000047.jpg
Mrs. Ella Danskin 7 News /ni/1914/00000047.jpg
On last Friday 7 News /ni/1914/00000047.jpg
Jessie Shillinglaw 7 News /ni/1914/00000047.jpg
J. R. Neveln 7 News /ni/1914/00000047.jpg
Mildred Packard 7 News /ni/1914/00000047.jpg
Walter Koester 7 News /ni/1914/00000047.jpg
W. L. Veatch 7 News /ni/1914/00000047.jpg
On Oct. 8 7 News /ni/1914/00000047.jpg
Paul Davis 7 News /ni/1914/00000047.jpg
Ben Robinson 7 News /ni/1914/00000047.jpg
Wednesday, Oct. 7 7 News /ni/1914/00000047.jpg
Martha McIntosh 7 News /ni/1914/00000047.jpg
Agnes Sawyer 7 News /ni/1914/00000047.jpg
Dorothy Waters 7 News /ni/1914/00000047.jpg
Rev. Earl A. Roadman 7 News /ni/1914/00000047.jpg
Mabel J. Parsons 7 News /ni/1914/00000047.jpg
Lola Glock and Dorothy Holtz 8 News /ni/1914/00000048.jpg
Supt. G. W. Hunt 8 News /ni/1914/00000048.jpg
The Philathea circle 8 News /ni/1914/00000048.jpg


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