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College Eye - Friday, March 18, 1932 (Volume 23, Number 34)

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Dr. Latham will aid in California education survey 1 News /ni/1931/00000113.jpg
League elects first officers; new Women's League chooses Ruth Latta president; all officers juniors 1 News /ni/1931/00000113.jpg
Simpson places first in state tournament of speech association 1 News /ni/1931/00000113.jpg
Complete renovation of Placement Bureau offices is finished 1 News /ni/1931/00000113.jpg
Plan services Passion Week; college observes Holy Week by daily noon worship, play, and pictures 1 News /ni/1931/00000113.jpg
Bureau urges students to furnish credentials 1 News /ni/1931/00000113.jpg
Paderewski is given ovation; world-famous artist receives plaudits of audience numbering 2500 1 Review /ni/1931/00000113.jpg
W. L. Wallace expects to return next week 1 News /ni/1931/00000113.jpg
Forensic League elects Lambertson president 1 News /ni/1931/00000113.jpg
All day vigil of reporter rewarded with handshake from Paderewski; unable to see pianist at train, Barker succeeds after evening concert 1 Feature /ni/1931/00000113.jpg
Preliminary plans for college Commons are now complete; construction will begin July 1 1 News /ni/1931/00000113.jpg
School will vote for council, publication board members at election next Wednesday 1 News /ni/1931/00000113.jpg
Six speakers will represent Teachers at frat tournament 1 News /ni/1931/00000113.jpg
Nine students are elected to national speech fraternity 1 News /ni/1931/00000113.jpg
Purple Pen places second in contest 1 News /ni/1931/00000113.jpg
Professor receives degree from Harvard 1 News /ni/1931/00000113.jpg
Workers contribute $1549 to loan fund 1 News /ni/1931/00000113.jpg
Winifred Tuttle is given leave of absence for continuation of study 1 News /ni/1931/00000113.jpg
Instructors at Teachers meet; eight faculty members will appear on Ottumwa and Fort Dodge programs 1 News /ni/1931/00000113.jpg
Dr. Nelson will inspect six junior colleges of state, starting Monday 1 News /ni/1931/00000113.jpg
Two hour dances here begin tonight 1 News /ni/1931/00000113.jpg
Noyes rhythm exponent demonstrates in Greece 2 News /ni/1931/00000114.jpg
Student government--and if not, why not? 2 Editorial /ni/1931/00000114.jpg
Two co-ed members of debate squad 2 Photo /ni/1931/00000114.jpg
Richard Wallace passes entrance examinations for U. S. Naval Academy 2 News /ni/1931/00000114.jpg
Dr. Lambertson to be collaborator in study 2 News /ni/1931/00000114.jpg
Literature class develops poets 2 News /ni/1931/00000114.jpg
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Westminster group will hold Easter vesper service 3 News /ni/1931/00000115.jpg
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Phi Sigma Phi election 3 News /ni/1931/00000115.jpg
Bartlett Hall, West, initiates house council at induction service 3 News /ni/1931/00000115.jpg
Phi Chi Delta 3 News /ni/1931/00000115.jpg
Edward Clock is ill at Iowa City hospital 3 News /ni/1931/00000115.jpg
Bartlett Hall East tea 3 News /ni/1931/00000115.jpg
Pi Tau Phi will hold "cozy" for rushees 3 News /ni/1931/00000115.jpg
Men's Forum election 3 News /ni/1931/00000115.jpg
Kappa Theta Psi give "breakfast bridge 3 News /ni/1931/00000115.jpg
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Alpha Literary Society 3 News /ni/1931/00000115.jpg
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The Line 3 Column /ni/1931/00000115.jpg
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Mathematics Club will hold debate 3 News /ni/1931/00000115.jpg
Henrietta Thornton is Art League speaker 3 News /ni/1931/00000115.jpg
Phi Omega Pi celebrates founder's day at luncheon 3 News /ni/1931/00000115.jpg
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Bartlett Hall, East, coffee 3 News /ni/1931/00000115.jpg
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