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

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Women's League to have second co-ed assembly Wednesday 1 News /ni/1932/00000105.jpg
Three members are elected to Student Council; Mary Howell, David Grant, Robert Brown are chosen 1 News /ni/1932/00000105.jpg
Violin student to broadcast tonight 1 News /ni/1932/00000105.jpg
Two frosh win board positions; Marion Bragonier, James Ebel are chosen from five candidates 1 News /ni/1932/00000105.jpg
Twenty-four students apply for publication staff positions; new Board of Publications will elect Old Gold, College Eye staffs 1 News /ni/1932/00000105.jpg
Hostess committee to entertain campus visitors tomorrow 1 News /ni/1932/00000105.jpg
'I' Club plans carnival night; dancing, swimming, cards, contests to feature program 1 News /ni/1932/00000105.jpg
String quartette to present concert Sunday, March 26 1 News /ni/1932/00000105.jpg
Teachers High to present comic opera 'Pinafore' 1 News /ni/1932/00000105.jpg
Sixty-three vie for honors here; State Forensic Association sponsors debate, oratory extempore meets 1 News /ni/1932/00000105.jpg
'Christian Century' editor will speak at church services 1 News /ni/1932/00000105.jpg
Council plans varied program in gym tonight; entertainment will consist of dancing, games, corn pops 1 News /ni/1932/00000105.jpg
Three high school students win four year scholarships 1 News /ni/1932/00000105.jpg
Versailles Treaty revision is urged, Hafkesbrink says 1 News /ni/1932/00000105.jpg
Alumna wins story contest sponsored by Columbia Club 1 News /ni/1932/00000105.jpg
Four schools to enter play day; twelve students will take test for basketball officials 1 News /ni/1932/00000105.jpg
Thirty-two per cent of total enrollment are men students 1 News /ni/1932/00000105.jpg
Three faculty portray comic 'Mikado' roles; stage, painted by Stanley Wood, to represent Japanese print 1 News /ni/1932/00000105.jpg
Margaret Howell named Teachers college 'Pep' girl by student vote; winner will be guest at Pep Jamboree at Iowa City 1 News /ni/1932/00000105.jpg
Editorials; not so hot 2 Editorial /ni/1932/00000106.jpg
What? No Synonyms? 2 Editorial /ni/1932/00000106.jpg
Forum 2 Column /ni/1932/00000106.jpg
The Line 2 Column /ni/1932/00000106.jpg
Literat = Eye 2 Column /ni/1932/00000106.jpg
His class still numbers thirty-four students 2 News /ni/1932/00000106.jpg
Lili Damita stars in college movie, 'Goldie Gets Along' 3 News /ni/1932/00000107.jpg
Delphians 3 News /ni/1932/00000107.jpg
Greek pledges 3 News /ni/1932/00000107.jpg
Social Science faculty will go to convention; joint session of the Social Science Associations to convene at Ames 3 News /ni/1932/00000107.jpg
Wesley Foundation house and Bartlett Hall parties celebrate St. Patrick's Day 3 News /ni/1932/00000107.jpg
Flora Boegal weds Phillip Sheffield 3 News /ni/1932/00000107.jpg
Lame Duck Cabinet chosen to officiate at April conference 3 News /ni/1932/00000107.jpg
Phi Omega Pi marks founding of group 3 News /ni/1932/00000107.jpg
Students invited to attend Lent service 3 News /ni/1932/00000107.jpg
Classical Club has reorganization meet 3 News /ni/1932/00000107.jpg
Pi Gamma Mu gives initiation banquet 3 News /ni/1932/00000107.jpg
Dr. Finkenbinder has dinner for fraternity 3 News /ni/1932/00000107.jpg
36 baseball aspirants work under Whitford; squad quits gym as weather man turns on heat 4 News /ni/1932/00000108.jpg
Tutors begin track workouts; fundamental drills begin practice season here 4 News /ni/1932/00000108.jpg
Three Panthers win mat titles; Bruce Warner gains lead in 126-pound event 4 News /ni/1932/00000108.jpg
Three-sport star gets Berg Trophy 4 News /ni/1932/00000108.jpg
Freshmen track men report; conditioning work carried on inside until weather moderates 4 News /ni/1932/00000108.jpg
Twenty-four frosh report; sunshine encourages drills and practices in baseball 4 News /ni/1932/00000108.jpg
Normal Eyte gave no hint of woes of 1893 Depression 4 Feature /ni/1932/00000108.jpg
If I'm Wrong, I'm sorry 4 Column /ni/1932/00000108.jpg
Three Panther mat men enter national meet; Bethlehem, Pennsylvania is site of intercollegiate contest 4 News /ni/1932/00000108.jpg
Music fraternity quartette to sing at Regent Sunday 4 News /ni/1932/00000108.jpg

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