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Alpha Phi Omega

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Title Date Summary
101 Book exchange 'great success'
College Eye 44:25, p.1
3/27/1953 Has already had sales of over $2000.
102 Successful salesmen
College Eye 44:25, p.4
3/27/1953 Student book exchange in progress; photo.
103 Exchange will receive used books Wednesday
College Eye 44:22, p.1
3/6/1953 Procedures for exchange, which will be held in Commons.
104 Board okays exchange; decision climaxes long fight for SLB-operated exchange
College Eye 44:20, p.1
2/20/1953 Alpha Phi Omega will run student book exchange; procedures established.
105 APO to begin fund drive for Freedom Crusade
Potts--Norman Blaine (Class of 1953)
College Eye 44:18, p.2
2/6/1953 Campaign for democracy will be nation-wide.
106 SLB rejects Latta's offer; re-affirms original proposal
College Eye 44:15, p.1
1/16/1953 Will no accept offer to set up book exchange in Latta's College Store; will continue to work on other solutions.
107 Time for a decision
Williamson--William Paul (Class of 1953)
College Eye 44:12, p.2
12/12/1952 Book-exchange debate should come to conclusion; detailed look at proposals now under consideration.
108 SLB makes future moves
College Eye 44:11, p.3
11/21/1952 Alpha Phi Omega reports plans for future book exchanges.
109 Alpha Phi Omega meet
College Eye 44:8, p.9
10/31/1952 Will hold pledging ceremony; list of pledges.
110 College Eye Bulletin Board
College Eye 44:3, p.7
9/26/1952 News about Greek organizations, service groups, and dormitories.
111 Alpha Phi Omega
Old Gold 0:0, p.188
6/1/1952 Description of the national service fraternity for men who are interested in upholding the principles of the Boy Scouts; photo.
112 Helen Hansen best citizen
College Eye 43:26, p.1
4/18/1952 Teacher honored by Alpha Phi Omega.
113 Pays to grow a beard
College Eye 43:26, p.1
4/18/1952 Shows the president buying a badge to grow a beard for the upcoming Cedar Falls centennial; photo.
114 Best Citizenship award given by Alpha Phi Omega to Helen Hansen
Public Relations News Release 1951:677, p.1
4/17/1952 Basis for the award includes service to youth and community. Alpha Phi Omega members, including the presidents and delegates of college and community organizations were in attendance at the dinner ceremony.
115 Mardi Gras: festival of fun
College Eye 43:21, p.7
3/7/1952 Five photos of the celebration; photo.
116 The college has been awarded a 1951 Crusade for Freedom citation for effective and unselfish service by the Des Moines headquarters for the drive
Public Relations News Release 1952:421, p.1
2/18/1952 Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity, sponsored the drive after approval was given by the Student League Board, student governing organization. The purpose of the Crusade for Freedom is to send truth and hope through the Iron Curtain.
117 TC awarded freedom citation
College Eye 43:17, p.6
2/8/1952 For work in raising money to bring information to Communist countries.
118 Three students from Waterloo were among the 21 college students accepted for recognition in the 1951-52 edition of "Who's Who Among Students
Public Relations News Release 1951:143, p.1
11/14/1951 Marilyn Humphrey, Clara Hack, and Lester Rees achieved the honor. Nominations were made by the student welfare committee at the college and submitted to the publication.
119 Rossmann elected as APO president
College Eye 43:8, p.7
11/9/1951 List of other officers.
120 Special to: Galva Tribune
Public Relations News Release 1951:124, p.1
11/9/1951 Fred Meyer, Galva, has been elected historian of Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity at the Iowa State Teachers college.
121 Special to: Garner Leader & Signal & Herald
Public Relations News Release 1951:125, p.1
11/9/1951 Bob Bird, Woden, has been elected alumni secretary of Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity at the Iowa State Teachers college.
122 Special To: Rockwell City Advocate
Public Relations News Release 1951:128, p.1
11/9/1951 Warren Moore, Rockwell City, has been elected vice-president of Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity at the Iowa State Teachers College.
123 Special to: Sioux City Journal
Public Relations News Release 1951:126, p.1
11/9/1951 Norman Pease, Sergeant Bluffs, has been elected corresponding secretary of Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity at the Iowa State Teachers College.
124 Special To: West Des Moines Express
Public Relations News Release 1951:127, p.1
11/9/1951 Richard Linn, West Des Moines, has been elected secretary of Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity at the Iowa State Teachers college.
125 Special To: West Liberty Index
Public Relations News Release 1951:129, p.1
11/9/1951 Richard Rossmann, West Liberty, has been elected president of Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity at the Iowa State Teachers College.
126 The Howie Curtis Quintet is scheduled to play for the Crusade for Freedom dance Friday (Oct. 19)
Public Relations News Release 1951:78, p.1
10/15/1951 The quintet will appear through the courtesy of the American Federation of Musicians Union, Local 334, and the Music Performance Trust Fund of Record Manufacturers, which is made up of proceeds from record sales throughout the country.
127 Students will conduct a Crusade for Freedom campaign on campus this week to raise money to expand Radio Free Europe
Public Relations News Release 1951:76, p.1
10/13/1951 Radio Free Europe is an independent, citizen-supported station which went on the air July, 1950. The programs are designed to keep alive the hope of freedom and to encourage resistance to Communism in Europe.
128 A closed reception for organist Mario Salvador following his recital will be held in the Faculty Room of Gilchrist hall on campus
Public Relations News Release 1951:42, p.1
9/28/1951 At present, Salvador, 33, is organist and choir director of the St. Louis New Cathedral, Missouri. He has received international acclaim as a concert organist, author and composer and is in great demand as a recitalist throughout the U. S. and Canada.
129 Alpha Phi Omega
Old Gold 0:0, p.178
6/1/1951 Brief description of the group; photo.
130 Mrs. Aksel Holst is 'best citizen'
College Eye 42:30, p.1
5/11/1951 Honored by Alpha Phi Omega; photo.
131 Books sent to Philippine libraries
College Eye 42:29, p.5
5/4/1951 Will help restore libraries destroyed in war; photo.
132 The Oil Can, awarded annually to the student contributing the most to journalist was presented to Clara Hack and Dewayne Cuthbertson
Public Relations News Release 1950:321, p.1
4/20/1951 Hack is executive editor of the College Eye, weekly newspaper, and Cuthbertson is executive editor of Old Gold, the yearbook. The award was made at the annual Gridiron dinner sponsored by the campus chapter of Alpha Phi Gamma.
133 National service group holds officer election
College Eye 42:26, p.3
4/13/1951 Lee Rees elected president of Alpha Phi Omega; list of other officers.
134 Service frat collects books for Philippines
College Eye 42:26, p.8
4/13/1951 Alpha Phi Omega in charge of collection.
135 Frat to initiate four
College Eye 42:23, p.8
3/15/1951 List of Alpha Phi Omega initiates.
136 Annual Red Cross Drive
College Eye 42:22, p.5
137 Marcus student wins ISTC election
Public Relations News Release 1950:258, p.1
3/8/1951 Don Peters, 21-year-old junior from Marcus, will lead the student body for one year starting next quarter. A navy veteran, Peters is majoring in business education. Peter's opponent was Lee Miller, 22-year-old sophomore from Manchester.
138 SLB approves drive for Red Cross here
College Eye 42:20, p.5
2/23/1951 Alpha Phi Omega will sponsor drive.
139 Four pledge to frat
College Eye 42:18, p.7
2/9/1951 List of new Alpha Phi Omega pledges.
140 Alpha Phi Omega opens March of Dimes drive
College Eye 42:16, p.3
141 Rossman, Rees chosen for trip to capital
College Eye 42:12, p.3
12/8/1950 Will attend Alpha Phi Omega convention.
142 Girls' dorm tops freedom crusade
College Eye 42:9, p.7
11/10/1950 571 names on petition; $62.94 raised.
143 Whiting to lead service chapter
College Eye 42:9, p.7
11/10/1950 List of new Alpha Phi Omega officers.
144 Freedom crusade enters last week; contributions and signatures needed
College Eye 42:8, p.3
145 Crusade offers opportunity to take 'slap' at communism
College Eye 42:7, p.1
10/27/1950 Campaign sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega will raise money for Radio Free Europe.
146 Name McNeal advisor
College Eye 42:7, p.3
10/27/1950 Fred McNeal will advise Alpha Phi Omega.
147 General Clay's Freedom Campaign Gets Teachers College Support
Public Relations News Release 1950:88, p.1
10/26/1950 Freedom Scroll signatures and contributions for General Lucius D. Clay's "National Crusade for Freedom" will be solicited next week. General Clay is the former commander of the American occupation zone in Berlin, Germany.
148 extend professional interest
Old Gold 0:0, p.152
6/1/1950 Brief description of the group; photo.
149 Six become actives in Alpha Phi Omega
College Eye 41:30, p.8
5/12/1950 List of new members.
150 Peet chosen for 'Citizen' award
College Eye 41:28, p.3
4/28/1950 J. H. Peet was selected as Alpha Phi Omega's "Citizen of the Year."


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