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Title Date Summary
51 A Social 'I'
College Eye 31:15, p.3
1/12/1940 Social events and happenings on campus.
52 Harlan Rigby has accepted a teaching and coaching job for the fall
Public Relations News Release 1934:558, p.1
7/1/1934 Profile
53 Vernon Stribley is expected to be one of the regulars returning to the football squad
Public Relations News Release 1934:547, p.2
7/1/1934 Profile and game schedule
54 Athletics
Old Gold 0:0, p.134
6/1/1932 Thoughts on athletics.
55 Men's Athletics
Arends--John H. (Class of 1915)
Old Gold 0:0, before 136
6/1/1932 Illustration of an athlete.
56 Women's Athletics
Arends--John H. (Class of 1915)
Old Gold 0:0, p.157
6/1/1932 Illustration of a woman.
57 Campus celebrities at the Iowa State Teachers College
Public Relations News Release 1931:325, p.1
4/18/1932 Will be in news reel; Luther Richman is the director.
58 A. B. A. for muscle
College Eye 18:13, p.4
10/6/1926 Disagrees with the idea of awarding a bachelor's degree in coaching athletics.
59 Great feats in sport all contributed by headwork; thinking plus ability makes champions athletics
College Eye 18:8, p.6
60 Jim Thorpe, Indian athlete, gives up sports; greatest athlete of all time
College Eye 17:30, p.6
1/27/1926 Profile of Jim Thorpe.
61 Women's athletic conference at Ames a success
College Eye 17:25, p.6
12/2/1925 Highlights of the conference program.
62 Ironical Ike says--; Cynical Sylvia says--
College Eye 16:35, p.4
5/20/1925 Jokes and commentary on campus life.
63 College High to organize pep club
College Eye 16:3, p.6
9/17/1924 T.C.H.S. to form pep club to add to recent increased interest in athletics.
64 John E. R. Barnes
Alumni News Letter 6:4, p.4
10/1/1922 John E. R. Barnes serves as the athletics director of Marshall College in Huntington, West Virginia.
65 Baseball and track schedule
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.2
7/1/1922 The Teachers College baseball teams are said to have performed adequately over the well conducted season.
66 High school invitation meeting
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.2
7/1/1922 An interscholastic track and field meet is held at the Cedar Valley Fair Grounds.
67 Iowa college track and field meet
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.2
7/1/1922 The Teachers College places a distant second behind Des Moines at the intercollegiate track and field meet held in Cedar Falls.
68 Athletic activities
Old Gold 0:0, p.153
6/1/1922 Athletics for women have become more popular; photo.
69 Annual basket ball tournament
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.2
4/1/1922 The Teachers College and Cedar Falls Commercial Club holds the annual tournament for high school basket ball teams, with twenty-six teams being represented. Winning schools were Jesup, East Waterloo, and Rudd.
70 The Consolidated School
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.2
4/1/1922 Jesup, East Waterloo, Rudd, and Grundy schools win the March Basket Ball Tournament held at the Iowa State Teachers College.
71 Football for 1921
Alumni News Letter 6:1, p.2
1/1/1922 The Teachers College football team wins every match against the Hawkey Conference teams.
72 Football prospects
Alumni News Letter 5:4, p.1
10/1/1921 Director Mendenhal and Assistant Director Bender lead a team of seventy newly enrolled football players.
73 Venancio Trinidad
Alumni News Letter 5:4, p.1
10/1/1921 Venancio Trinidad wins the 1921 College Tennis Tournament held over the Summer Term.
74 Don Harshbarger
Alumni News Letter 5:3, p.2
7/1/1921 The position of captain of the basketball team is granted to Mount Pleasant native, Don Harshbarger.
75 H. F. Pasini
Alumni News Letter 5:3, p.3
7/1/1921 Former assistant director of athletics, H. F. Pasini, is appointed head of athletics at the Case School of Science in Cleveland, Ohio.
76 Victors of the swimming contest
Alumni News Letter 5:3, p.1
7/1/1921 The Seals Club holds a swimming contest for women students of the State University of Iowa, Coe College, Cedar Rapids, and Iowa State Teachers College. Miss Lula Edith Sweigard leads the Teachers College team.
77 Women's athletics
Old Gold 0:0, p.123
6/1/1920 Drawing of woman dancing in a meadow, farmstead in the background, and insects playing musical instruments.
78 Untitled
College Eye 7:7, p.4
11/3/1915 Praises large attendance of football game.
79 Athletics
Hendrickson--H. E. (Student--1916)
Old Gold 0:0, p.189
6/1/1913 Football player.
80 Calendar
Old Gold 0:0, p.363
6/1/1909 Monthly look at the events of last school year, 1908-1909.
81 Women's dep't
Ceperley--William A. (Student--1909)
Old Gold 0:0, p.305
6/1/1909 Description of department of physical education for women, basketball schedule for women's literary groups; photo.
82 Athletics
Old Gold 0:0, p.223
6/1/1907 Drawing of a runner.
83 The reading
Normal Eyte 14:18, p.275
1/23/1904 The reading Thursday evening made $78.40.
84 The following is taken from the Daily Iowan
Normal Eyte 12:34, p.530
5/31/1902 Disputes the claim that the Daily Iowan has made against the Normal School concerning a student from Drake University.
85 Faculty regulations
Normal Eyte 5:4, p.26
10/12/1895 Students whose grades are below passing will not be allowed to participate in extracurricular activities such as athletics, oratory, or debate; athletic activities will be confined to prescribed hours.
86 Athletic goods
Normal Eyte 4:1, p.9
9/15/1894 Sold by C. A. Wise.
87 Athletics
Normal Eyte 3:36, p.318
6/23/1894 History of Athletic Association organized March 11, 1892; list of current record holders in various track and field events; history of sports and athletic facilities on campus; football team organized in fall 1893.
88 College athletics and their part in scholarship
Normal Eyte 3:30, p.237
4/28/1894 Sedentary college students need exercise.
89 College athletics and their part in scholarship
Normal Eyte 3:29, p.230
90 College athletics and their part in scholarship
Normal Eyte 3:28, p.224
4/14/1894 Essay continues on strength seeking peace.
91 Two new periodicals
Normal Eyte 3:28, p.223
4/14/1894 "Physical Education" and "Athletics" added to library collection.
92 College athletics and their part in scholarship
Normal Eyte 3:27, p.210
4/7/1894 Tries to sort out the physical and mental aspects of development.
93 S. C. Smith
Normal Eyte 3:27, p.214
4/7/1894 Selling bicycles and athletic equipment.
94 A student killed in boxing
Normal Eyte 3:26, p.204
3/31/1894 Harvard student killed in boxing match; believes wisdom in necessary in the practice of athletics.
95 Athletic
Normal Eyte 3:26, p.208
3/31/1894 Limit Field Day entries to four events per man; forty new members elected; consider admission to Intercollegiate Association
96 We will give all students a special discount
Normal Eyte 3:26, p.207
3/31/1894 Selling sporting and athletic goods.
97 S. C. Smith
Normal Eyte 3:25, p.199
3/17/1894 Agent for bicycles, tennis and athletic goods, and uniforms.
98 Prof. Arey gave an interesting lecture
Normal Eyte 3:23, p.184
3/3/1894 Speaks on physiology of athletics.
99 Prof. Arey
Normal Eyte 3:22, p.175
2/24/1894 Will talk about the physiology of athletics.
100 The Quill of Feb. 10th
Normal Eyte 3:22, p.176
2/24/1894 President Seerley delivers paper on place of athletics in the colleges.


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