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1 College enrollment 951 spring term; a slight falling off due to the large demand for teachers. Enrollment day is a busy one.
College Eye 10:19, p.1
3/19/1919 Students are choosing to teach rather than go to school due to advancing salaries.
2 College interstate orator chosen in challenge contest
Lynch--Samuel Adams (English Faculty)
College Eye 10:19, p.1
3/19/1919 Genevieve Cleary wins contest; only two students compete.
3 Constitution makes new Student Council; Miss Clara Schutz draws up satisfactory constitution. Is submitted and adopted.
College Eye 10:19, p.1
3/19/1919 Council will consist of representatives of classes.
4 Diamond artists eager and ready for harness; star twirler, Jorgenson, and others of last year nine in good form. Much new material.
College Eye 10:19, p.1
3/19/1919 Baseball team getting ready for season.
5 General exodus to Waterloo "movies"
College Eye 10:19, p.1
3/19/1919 Went to Waterloo to see "Shepherd of the Hills."
6 General Wood speaks here; sends reply to Seerley's telegram
College Eye 10:19, p.1
3/19/1919 General Leonard Wood agrees to speak at Commencement, always with the caveat that military matters might come up.
7 New social function regulations approved by faculty; dancing is allowed; committee of seven in charge
College Eye 10:19, p.1
3/19/1919 Passes faculty by 2-1 majority; dancing to be allowed on campus.
8 Professor Macy Campbell undergoes severe bolshevist criticism
College Eye 10:19, p.1
3/19/1919 Criticized by socialist periodicals for his "Little Lessons in Thrift".
9 R. O. T. C. improbable in present term outlook; President Seerley wires Washington names of three officers as commandment. Will move slowly.
College Eye 10:19, p.1
3/19/1919 Representative visits campus; unit seems unlikely in near future, with possibility of establishment in fall 1919.
10 Student teachers are withdrawn; election week ago Monday frees college from all obligations to the town. Situation better than ever.
College Eye 10:19, p.1
3/19/1919 Anti-student teaching group wins Cedar Falls election; student teachers withdrawn from Cedar Falls schools; Roger Leavitt resigns from board.

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