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Athletic Association

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1 Tigers win basketball championship; Tigers and Sheffield in basketball finals; defeats Sheffield in final game after thrilling battle Saturday night.
College Eye 10:18, p.1
3/12/1919 It was a close game to the end, but the Tigers came out on top.
2 High school tournament staged Friday-Saturday; thirty-one schools and three hundred contestants entered. To be biggest and best in the state.
College Eye 10:17, p.1
3/5/1919 Names the schools that will be at the tournament; thirty-one schools expected to be on campus.
3 Untitled
College Eye 7:7, p.4
11/3/1915 Praises large attendance of football game.
4 Football popular new rules upheld; intercollegiate association so declares; statistics show that few are seriously injured during the fall
Normal Eyte 21:18, p.310
2/1/1911 A meeting of the Intercollegiate Athletics Association developed new rules for football.
5 Athletic regulations
Normal Eyte 20:7, p.130
10/20/1909 Rules and regulations governing student athletic participation.
6 In some mysterious manner
Normal Eyte 18:11, p.161
11/20/1907 Wonders if the Athletic Association still exists.
7 Athletic Association Finances
Affleck--George Baird (Physical Training Faculty)
Normal Eyte 16:13, p.199
12/13/1905 Financial statement for the fall 1905 term
8 Athletic Association
Normal Eyte 15:27, p.426
4/12/1905 Report from the Treasurer for the winter term of 1904-1905.
9 You can't even go to the new Gymnasium
Normal Eyte 15:1, p.1
9/10/1904 In order to see the new gym, you need to be a member of the Athletic Association.
10 Reddy Hamilton
Normal Eyte 14:35, p.555
6/4/1904 Elected president of Athletic Association for a second year.
11 Amendment to constitution
Normal Eyte 14:30, p.469
4/23/1904 Athletic Association amendment gives specification for athletics letters.
12 Athletic control; the athletes must make good grades
Normal Eyte 14:30, p.466
4/23/1904 There is a minimum grade point average for athletic participation; faculty will enforce it.
13 Proposed amendment
Normal Eyte 14:19, p.289
1/30/1904 The Athletic Association will keep honorary "N's" in stock and present them free of cost to eligible candidates.
14 Constitution amended
Normal Eyte 14:17, p.268
1/16/1904 The Athletic Association amended the rules for lettering in a sport.
15 I. S. N. S. Athletic Association
Normal Eyte 14:13, p.201
12/5/1903 Treasurer's report for fall term.
16 Proposed amendment to the A. A. Constitution
Normal Eyte 14:11, p.169
11/14/1903 New rules regarding the "Honorary N."
17 A special train
Normal Eyte 14:7, p.110
10/17/1903 Cedar Falls students take excursion of six train cars to visit Dubuque.
18 When C. A. Wise and Co. heard
Normal Eyte 14:7, p.110
10/17/1903 C. A. Wise donated $10 to the Athletic Association.
19 Information wanted
Normal Eyte 13:29, p.462
4/25/1903 Is May Wright associated with the Athletic Association?
20 Financial Report
Normal Eyte 13:27, p.421
4/11/1903 Disbursements and receipts of the Athletic Association for the winter term, 1902-1903.
21 Athletics
Normal Eyte 13:22, p.350
2/28/1903 Physical culture classes will give benefit for Athletic Association.
22 Normal's athletic policy
Affleck--George Baird (Physical Training Faculty)
Normal Eyte 13:17, p.257
1/24/1903 Questions about Normal's policy dealing with playing larger teams; 1902 football record was 2-6; photo.
23 Treasurer's report
Normal Eyte 13:17, p.270
1/24/1903 Athletic Association finances.
24 Athletic benefit edition; next week is a Special Edition- special articles by Director Affleck, Captains and Managers
Normal Eyte 13:16, p.242
1/17/1903 Special sports edition to be written next week in order to help the Athletic Association pay its debts.
25 The societies show the proper spirit
Normal Eyte 13:16, p.253
1/17/1903 Proceeds of game receipts go to Athletic Association.
26 Athletic Department
Normal Eyte 13:15, p.229
1/10/1903 Heard lecture on athletes and facilities; Don Campbell arranging track meets; Guy Lowman working on baseball team; ISNS lost two basketball games.
27 Athletic Department
Dunkerton--John M. (Class of 1903)
Normal Eyte 13:4, p.60
9/27/1902 Roster of sports managers; some opposition from faculty.
28 Athletic department
Normal Eyte 13:2, p.23
9/13/1902 Charles Pell will coach the football team; text of amendment to Athletic Association constitution.
29 The tennis courts
Normal Eyte 13:2, p.22
9/13/1902 Now in good shape; should pay the $.50 Athletic Association fee.
30 Athletic Department; report of treasurer of athletic association for year 1901-1902
Normal Eyte 13:1, p.12
9/6/1902 1901-1902 athletic fund report.
31 Last Friday evening
Normal Eyte 12:32, p.506
5/17/1902 Fitzgerald Concert Band performed in benefit for Athletic Association.
32 Fitzgerald's concert band of Cedar Falls
Normal Eyte 12:30, p.477
5/3/1902 Performance program; will present benefit concert for Athletic Association; photo.
33 Many persons are violating the regulations
Normal Eyte 12:28, p.433
4/19/1902 Those who use the tennis courts should pay their dues and wear appropriate footwear.
34 On the 9th of May
Normal Eyte 12:27, p.428
4/12/1902 Fitzgerald's Concert Band will perform in a benefit for the Athletic Association.
35 Frank Clark
Normal Eyte 12:24, p.380
3/22/1902 Presented needs of the Athletic Association to the students.
36 Normal is surprising herself
Normal Eyte 12:24, p.369
3/22/1902 Students and faculty have been generous in supporting the athletics program.
37 Report of Treasurer of I. S. N. S. Athletic Association
Dunkerton--John M. (Class of 1903)
Normal Eyte 12:24, p.370
3/22/1902 Balance sheet for winter term, 1901-1902.
38 The entertainment given
Normal Eyte 12:23, p.365
3/15/1902 Benefit earned about $85 for the Athletic Association.
39 Athletics; the prospect of baseball
Normal Eyte 12:22, p.347
3/1/1902 1902 season prospects; urge students to support team by buying an Athletic Association bath ticket; season schedule.
40 On the evening of February 28th
Normal Eyte 12:21, p.321
2/22/1902 Will hold benefit to support athletics.
41 Report of the treasurer of the Athletic Association
Dunkerton--John M. (Class of 1903)
Normal Eyte 12:15, p.227
1/11/1902 Revenue and expenses for fall term 1901.
42 State field meet
Normal Eyte 12:13, p.206
12/14/1901 Annual field meet date change to accommodate Memorial Day.
43 Directory
Normal Eyte 12:7, p.111
10/26/1901 Roster of student organization officers.
44 Directory
Normal Eyte 12:6, p.95
10/19/1901 Roster of student organization officers.
45 Directory
Normal Eyte 12:5, p.79
10/12/1901 Roster of student organization officers.
46 Directory
Normal Eyte 12:4, p.63
10/4/1901 Roster of student organization officers.
47 Directory
Normal Eyte 12:3, p.47
9/28/1901 Roster of student organization officers.
48 The Athletic Association
Normal Eyte 11:28, p.688
4/20/1901 Excursion to state field meet.
49 Editorial
Normal Eyte 11:24, p.577
3/23/1901 A look at good study practices; Athletic Association on firm footing but needs student support; appreciates support for debate work.
50 Athletic
Normal Eyte 10:21, p.516
2/23/1901 Athletic Board of ten members is set up to help bring athletics under better management.


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