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College Eye - Wednesday, February 26, 1919 (Volume 10, Number 16)

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Des Moines Tigers defeat Teachers College tossers; McKinstry stars in defeat of Teachers by Des Moines.- score 31-20. 1 News /ni/1918/00000077.jpg
Committee obtains special war films 1 News /ni/1918/00000077.jpg
Capacity house will greet Mabel Garrison; entertainment next Wednesday will be of high artistic musical character 1 News /ni/1918/00000077.jpg
Senior B.A.'s are showing spirit in chapel exercises 1 News /ni/1918/00000077.jpg
Basketball five clash with rival Coe outfit Friday; keen battle is expected; both the teams strong- winner in doubt 1 News /ni/1918/00000077.jpg
Campbell presents rural education plan to Chicago N.E.A. 1 News /ni/1918/00000077.jpg
Kint helps sink "subs" on chaser; another Teachers College man has thrilling experiences on Atlantic; was a listener 1 News /ni/1918/00000077.jpg
French lady to address Young Men's Christian Association and Young Women's Christian Association Sunday evening 1 News /ni/1918/00000077.jpg
"P. T." department stages big affair 1 News /ni/1918/00000077.jpg
Men's intersociety basketball probable; all three societies will have good teams.-tough struggles expected 1 News /ni/1918/00000077.jpg
Y. M. speakers lined up--are interesting 1 News /ni/1918/00000077.jpg
Paying a draft of honor 2 Editorial /ni/1918/00000078.jpg
Should we see our grades? 2 Editorial /ni/1918/00000078.jpg
Where do you stand? 2 Editorial /ni/1918/00000078.jpg
Social forms advance with modern progress 2 Letter /ni/1918/00000078.jpg
Chapel seats 2 Editorial /ni/1918/00000078.jpg
Another opinion 2 Letter /ni/1918/00000078.jpg
Professor Campbell speaks on "bolshevism" 3 News /ni/1918/00000079.jpg
War song parodies direct from Europe 3 News /ni/1918/00000079.jpg
Historic phrases of the war; notable slogans, terse epigrams, and laconic messages by leaders in the world struggle 4 News /ni/1918/00000080.jpg
The English Club held their regular meeting 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Special issue candidates should apply now--try your luck! 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Captain Julian Gist 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Lieutenant Lester Ary 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Dr. and Mrs. Seerley left Friday 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Miss Maryeda Boyd 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Manilla Pederson accompanied 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Vesta Weaver went to Shell Rock Friday 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Carrie Fonda went to Dubuque 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Marian Burrows accompanied roommate 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Fern Clark and Nora Walker 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Flora Stebbins was called to Des Moines 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Edna Martin was called to Des Moines 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Grace Griggs went to her home 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Elizabeth Jones was the guest 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Miss Irene Guetzloff went to Waverly 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Professor P. A. Bond, instructor 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Dorothy Lierle was the guest 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Mabel Nylander was guest 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Mrs. Walker left Monday 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Helen Vander Veer went to Grinnell 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Wanda Lichtenheld 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Superintendent Blackmar, 1891, of Ottumwa 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Professor Hersey has received notice 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Miss Jennette Carpenter was called to Wyoming, Iowa 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Sergeant P. M. Lewis 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
A number of members of faculty attending 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Romance in the cafeteria; two prominent students are engaged while working. Ever hear of it? 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
Hazel Merryman 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg
The weekly faculty tea 5 News /ni/1918/00000081.jpg


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