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College Eye - Thursday, May 6, 1915 (Volume 4, Number 29)

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6-7 score gives Ellsworth game; Teachers lose to Ellsworth by narrow margin; two runs in last inning; costly errors are made 1 News /ni/1914/00000229.jpg
All eyes toward May Day fete; Wednesday, May 12 is date; great preparations are in progress; Irene Simpson is May Queen 1 News /ni/1914/00000229.jpg
Highland try-out Tuesday evening; team will be selected to meet the Highlanders during October; fifteen men entered 1 News /ni/1914/00000229.jpg
Teachers win interstate oratorical; Teachers College orator is awarded first honors at contest held at La Crosse, Wis.; Wisconsin wins second prize 1 News /ni/1914/00000229.jpg
Teachers drop two games on Eastern trip; Dubuquers win game by a score of 9 to 0; Teachers seem unable to find star pitcher 1 News /ni/1914/00000229.jpg
Voice recital 1 News /ni/1914/00000229.jpg
City census taken 1 News /ni/1914/00000229.jpg
Dual with Dubuque College Saturday; track team will encounter representation from Dubuque; latter reported strong; promise of close meet 2 News /ni/1914/00000230.jpg
U. I. U. gets long end of score; Teachers are forced to 43 points; the visitors scoring 71; the time was rather slow 2 News /ni/1914/00000230.jpg
Women's debate May 14; first dual clash with Cape Girardeau team to occur May 14th; debaters well prepared 2 News /ni/1914/00000230.jpg
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. James 3 News /ni/1914/00000231.jpg
Hawley Whitacre 3 News /ni/1914/00000231.jpg
Miss Julia L. Hurd 3 News /ni/1914/00000231.jpg
The Zetalethean Literary Society 3 News /ni/1914/00000231.jpg
Official Notes 3 Column /ni/1914/00000231.jpg
Henry Beinke 3 News /ni/1914/00000231.jpg
From where? 3 Photo /ni/1914/00000231.jpg
Baseball at Dubuque 3 News /ni/1914/00000231.jpg
The May Day fete 4 Editorial /ni/1914/00000232.jpg
The English Club May morning breakfast; work of year is reviewed; interesting social event; officers elected 4 News /ni/1914/00000232.jpg
Training School celebrates May Day; special program given Friday afternoon; kindergarten students up to seniors participate 4 News /ni/1914/00000232.jpg
Dr. A. A. Walters addresses N. C. A.; gives interesting talk on what the church has done for civilization 5 News /ni/1914/00000233.jpg
Training School wins track meet; wrest victory from Independence by a score of 60 to 58; meet very close; very fast time is made 5 News /ni/1914/00000233.jpg
Kindergarteners entertain; jolly crowd gather at Black Hawk Hotel for farewell banquet; sumptuous eats served 5 News /ni/1914/00000233.jpg
Dr. Eaton speaks at M. E. church 5 News /ni/1914/00000233.jpg
Grace E. Lambert 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
Roy Abbott 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
Paul B. Samson 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
Helen Seevers 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
On March 3, 1915 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
Esther Knudsen 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
The "Melting Pot" 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
Nellie McConnell 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
Mr. and Mrs. McCann 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
Effie Eckholm and Belle Britton 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
Maude Bozarth 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
O'Del Barr 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
Mrs. Pearl Fortune-Widick 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
Supt. Stiles 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
Arthur P. Volkman 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
Ruby Schenenberger 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
Homer Veatch 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
Prof. Newton 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
The First Congregational Church 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
Grace Hillis 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
The English Club 6 News /ni/1914/00000235.jpg
Sioux Leefers 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
The Special Primaries 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
Olga Sproesser 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg
A number of girls 6 News /ni/1914/00000234.jpg


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