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College Eye - Friday, September 26, 1930 (Volume 22, Number 3)

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Student orators ready to compete for annual prizes 1 News /ni/1930/00000017.jpg
Team opens against Columbia without captain; injuries many; game will be played under the night light on Dubuque Field 1 News /ni/1930/00000017.jpg
Youth in revolt? E. O. Foster will answer Sunday 1 News /ni/1930/00000017.jpg
Sophomores dance tonight to strains of novelty band; Bob Snyder and his Waterloo band play for first class dance 1 News /ni/1930/00000017.jpg
Student directories go on the market Tuesday morning; prepared by college office rather than by private students 1 News /ni/1930/00000017.jpg
Joseph Schaefer is now naturalized American citizen; is one of twelve out of nineteen who were admitted to "rights and burdens" Friday 1 News /ni/1930/00000017.jpg
Five special committees appointed by Council 1 News /ni/1930/00000017.jpg
Homecoming Committee plots for Campanile's downfall, rumor says; professors appointed to promote cooperation of merchants 1 News /ni/1930/00000017.jpg
Roger Ranney and Robert Ebel will debate Cambridge; chosen by judges after try-outs at the beginning of the week 1 News /ni/1930/00000017.jpg
Freshmen yell for pep positions at meeting tonight; students will elect freshman yell leaders and talk up game 1 News /ni/1930/00000017.jpg
Band looks for drum major this week 1 News /ni/1930/00000017.jpg
Bartlett Hall diners "dress" each evening 1 News /ni/1930/00000017.jpg
All play and no work might make "Freshie" a dull girl 1 News /ni/1930/00000017.jpg
Professors now claim research room #245 1 News /ni/1930/00000017.jpg
Dana Campbell wins music scholarship at Eastman School; first girl to receive this award for many years 1 News /ni/1930/00000017.jpg
"Give up a tip", says College Eye staff 1 News /ni/1930/00000017.jpg
Harvey R. Waugh new concert master of college orchestra; is sixth member of growing Department of Orchestral Music 1 News /ni/1930/00000017.jpg
Students are asked to become reporters and learn what life is; newspaper work will bring you joys and pains, but with them, "wisdom" 2 Editorial /ni/1930/00000018.jpg
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Fall term Alumnus put in the forms 3 News /ni/1930/00000019.jpg
Faculty holds first meet of school year 3 News /ni/1930/00000019.jpg
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Try for the "Beggar" 3 News /ni/1930/00000019.jpg
Social Science Club elects 1930-31 officers 3 News /ni/1930/00000019.jpg
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Men's golf tourney starts 4 News /ni/1930/00000020.jpg
Directs varsity 4 News /ni/1930/00000020.jpg
Future coaches supplement book lore with experience 4 News /ni/1930/00000020.jpg
Profs play while students labor; seek golf champ 4 News /ni/1930/00000020.jpg
Athletes work for intramural games 4 News /ni/1930/00000020.jpg
Little Tutor mentor fears Traer struggle 4 News /ni/1930/00000020.jpg
Yearlings to meet Grinnell freshmen here November 22 4 News /ni/1930/00000020.jpg
Trackmen vie for decathlon trophy 4 News /ni/1930/00000020.jpg
Fraternities write the names of eighty-three men on pledge lists 5 News /ni/1930/00000021.jpg
University women hear about the "Paris of 1930" 8 News /ni/1930/00000022.jpg
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College Eye and Old Gold staffs stage annual tryout week 8 News /ni/1930/00000022.jpg
Eneatha Kenyon's photo seen in 'College Humor' 8 News /ni/1930/00000022.jpg
L. I. Reed called away by illness of mother 8 News /ni/1930/00000022.jpg
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Sixty-four S.O.S. calls sent to Loan Committee this year 8 News /ni/1930/00000022.jpg
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