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Public Relations News Release - Monday, February 11, 1935 (Volume 1934, Number 860)

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The Teachers College basketball team will meet the University of Omaha for the first time in history 1 News
"The Longest Gangplank," a French travelogue, will be shown in the Teachers College auditorium 1 News
The Teachers College cagers meet Coe here tonight 1 News
"Lightshop," will be reviewed by Marcella Gutz at the Women's League book review hour 1 News
The Teachers College wrestlers close the home season here tonight against Cornell 1 News
Before an expected capacity house the Teachers College cagers will make their bid for revenge 1 News
The Cornell College wrestling team meets the Teachers College here tonight 1 News
Teachers College wrestlers face competition from the University of Minnesota 1 News
Twelve Iowa high schools will be represented at the annual Brindley debate tournament 1 News
Conference rulings will deprive Teachers College freshmen of two basketball games this season 1 News
The Panther losing streak should be broken January 8 when Morningside plays here. 1 News
Fred Feldman and Lester Peterson won the Blue Key bridge tournament 1 News
Seven dramatic character studies will be presented by Hazel B. Strayer at leisure time hour 1 News
Leroy Furry was chosen editor-in-chief 1 News
Roger Fleming is taking an unusually active part in debate work at the Teachers College 1 News
Ten members of the Teachers College chapter of the Lutheran Students' Association will attend the L.S.A. convention 1 News
Here is a star pupil who is the Tutor star in the cage machine built by Coach Arthur Dickinson 1 News
LeVon Linder will carry the chief character roll in "The Far-Off Hills" 1 News
Kenny Kimberlin will attempt to stop the high scoring tactics of Denton Dean 1 News
C. Albert Scholin will play a composition of Edward Kurtz's in his organ recital 1 News
Francis Brouwer, veteran Panther cager, returned to form against Simpson last week 1 News
Scene construction crews were busy putting finishing touches on settings for "Far Off Hills" 1 News
Lois Brauer and Eileen Ferreter are two of the four debaters attending the Rocky Mountain Speech Conference 1 News
David Berninghausen and Dorothy Lamb will furnish the young-love interest in "The Far-Off Hills" 1 News
Teachers College wrestlers return to the Big Ten Saturday 1 News
Eileen Ferreter won first place in the women's extemporaneous speaking contest 1 News
Alta Freeman will be presented by the Women's League at Sunday Leisure hour 1 News
Independence junior college will furnish the opposition for Coach Whitford's freshman cagers 1 News
James Curtis won first place in the men's oratorical contest 1 News
The Teachers College wrestling team intends to do little but make Nebraska regret its invasion 1 News
One thousand women students are expected to attend the first annual Women's League Dinner party 1 News
Students of scene construction have practically completed work on the sets for "The Far-Off Hills" 2 News
Irving Wolfe will direct the Euterpean girl's glee club in their annual concert 2 News

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