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1 Aftermath of War is college movie theme
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12/9/1932 Will show "A Bill of Divorcement".
2 Alumna presents recital in Chicago
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12/9/1932 Helen McMillan performs.
3 College band is divided into two separate groups
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12/9/1932 Will allow more students to participate.
4 College peace group chooses war debts for discussion topic
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12/9/1932 Group divides into two sections.
5 Dance, parties scheduled for holiday season; Christmas trees will add festive air about campus
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12/9/1932 Schedule of Christmas activities; will feature Christmas trees in Crossroads and on Auditorium balcony.
6 Do co-eds like pink teas? O, yes! survey reveals
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12/9/1932 Results of College Eye readership survey; men and women express their preferences for various sections of the paper.
7 Dr. Fred Eastman will be speaker at church services
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12/9/1932 Teacher of religious dramatization will also speak to YWCA.
8 Freda Steinberg completes outline for annual survey
College Eye 24:13, p.1
12/9/1932 Describes Old Gold to association.
9 Grades given out at college office
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12/9/1932 Poster will announce times when grades will be available.
10 Grant, Rogers, each earn sixty grade points; eighteen men are included on fall term Honor Roll
College Eye 24:13, p.1
12/9/1932 Honor Roll for men announced.
11 John Morris, former student, succumbs to sudden heart attack
College Eye 24:13, p.1
12/9/1932 Died at his home December 1, 1932.
12 Late registrations increase enrollment
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12/9/1932 Winter term 1932 enrollment reaches 1545.
13 Luther Richman wins annual faculty golf tournament finals
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12/9/1932 Defeated C. S. Cory.
14 Nineteen enter speech contest; men to compete Thursday, women on Friday in Gilchrist
College Eye 24:13, p.1
12/9/1932 Will take part in extemporaneous speaking contest.
15 Old Gold art editor confers with artists
College Eye 24:13, p.1
12/9/1932 Visits Minnesota to work on art for Old Gold.
16 Old Gold offers fifty dollar prize for sales contest
College Eye 24:13, p.1
12/9/1932 To be offered to organization whose members sell the most subscriptions.
17 Parent education leader speaks at convocation
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12/9/1932 Alice Sowers speaks on influence of teachers on a child's life.
18 Playwriting contest is announced by Cedar Rapids group
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12/9/1932 Winner will receive $40 prize.
19 President Latham speaks to Student Council Association
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12/9/1932 Points out ISTC strong points.
20 Six faculty members will be included on Rotary Club program
College Eye 24:13, p.1
12/9/1932 At district meeting.
21 Tickler tryouts are announced; five or six main acts are to be chosen for Vaudeville show
College Eye 24:13, p.1
12/9/1932 Organizations should inform Don Kelley of their attention to try out an act.
22 Women's League sponsors mass meeting of girls; plans and organization of group are discussed by officers
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12/9/1932 Planning first all-college formal dance; committees explain their charges.

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