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Baker Hall

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201 Freshmen meet at Baker
College Eye 43:37, p.4
7/18/1952 For orientation.
202 Baker Hall has first house meeting
College Eye 43:34, p.3
6/27/1952 Opportunity for men to get acquainted.
203 Baker Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.96
6/1/1952 Photo of Baker Hall and members of the House Council; photo.
204 Baker Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.97
6/1/1952 Photos of students in Baker Hall playing cards, shooting pool, playing table-tennis and other activities; photo.
205 Seerley Hall for Men
Old Gold 0:0, p.99
6/1/1952 Various photos of the men of Seerley Hall playing games, talking on the phone and getting ready for the day; photo.
206 Baker Hall seniors honored at banquet
College Eye 43:32, p.4
5/30/1952
207 Untitled
College Eye 43:31, p.1
5/23/1952 Men from Baker Hall and their trophy from the all-campus sing; photo
208 Baker Hall wins all campus sing
College Eye 43:30, p.3
5/16/1952
209 Final elections results
College Eye 43:25, p.8
4/11/1952 Vote tallies for campus elections.
210 Dorms to hold mixer Saturday
College Eye 43:19, p.1
2/22/1952 Women will be guests of men.
211 Mixer is planned by men's dorms
College Eye 43:18, p.8
2/15/1952
212 Baker Hall men sponsor dinner
College Eye 43:17, p.8
2/8/1952 Hold supper party.
213 Joint council group plans mixer for dorms
College Eye 43:16, p.6
2/1/1952
214 Baker Yuletide party
College Eye 43:11, p.5
12/7/1951
215 Special to Lohrville Enterprise and Farnhambille Index
Public Relations News Release 1951:146, p.1
11/14/1951 Merle Picht, Lohrville, was one of 21 college students accepted for recognition in the 1951-52 edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.' Consideration was given to scholarship, leadership and extra curricular activities.
216 Special to Sumner Gazette
Public Relations News Release 1951:145, p.1
11/14/1951 James Ribbeck, Sumner, was one of 21 college students accepted for recognition in the 1951-52 edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges." The publication is one national basis of recognition for college students.
217 Baker Hall to sponsor movies for residents
College Eye 43:7, p.3
11/2/1951
218 An estimated 800 persons visited the college Sunday, October 28 during an open house on campus
Public Relations News Release 1951:100, p.1
10/26/1951 The open house, one of the final events of the 1951 Homecoming weekend was featured by guided tours of the campus. Homecoming weekend was the second of five all-colege events during the present academic year in commemoration of the 75th anniversary.
219 Special to the Waterloo Courier: Open House on Campus
Public Relations News Release 1951:100, p.1
10/26/1951 Approximately 800 persons were attracted to the campus Sunday afternoon, Oct. 28. One of the final events of the 1951 Homecoming weekend was featured by guided tours of the campus.
220 Schlicher gives first talk on social usage
College Eye 43:4, p.8
10/12/1951 To Baker Hall men.
221 Baker initiates year with general meeting
College Eye 43:2, p.8
9/28/1951
222 Baker Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.80
6/1/1951 Brief description of the resident hall; photo.
223 Vocational Building
Old Gold 0:0, p.10
6/1/1951 Photo.
224 Officers revealed for Baker Hall
College Eye 42:32, p.5
5/30/1951 List of new officers.
225 Eighteen organizations will participate in the third annual open air sing Wednesday evening, May 16, at the college
Public Relations News Release 1950:364, p.1
5/15/1951 Baker hall, men's residence hall, has twice won the traveling trophy presented to the winning group. If the Baker men win again this year they will keep the trophy permanently.
226 Organizations to vie for sing trophy
College Eye 42:30, p.1
5/11/1951 Baker Hall will defend title; photo.
227 Untitled
College Eye 42:25, p.1
4/5/1951 Two aerial views of campus with buildings identified.
228 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.
229 Slavers leave tribe of "Freemen" in Liberia
Public Relations News Release 1950:205, p.1
2/8/1951 The story is told by 25-year-old Moses Weefur, Liberian school teacher who's in the United States for six months of study. Weefur said the Vai (as in "tie") tribe in the Liberian hinterland is conscious of its "non-slavery record."
230 Baker Hall men to become chefs
College Eye 42:11, p.7
12/1/1950 Will install facilities for making popcorn and candy.
231 Baker to have Christmas party
College Eye 42:11, p.7
12/1/1950
232 Around
Coombs--Don (Student--1950)
College Eye 42:10, p.6
11/17/1950 Story of Annie, Baker Hall maid, and her carpet-clipping.
233 Baker wins two football games
College Eye 42:8, p.4
11/3/1950
234 Ping-pong tournaments organized for Baker
College Eye 42:6, p.5
10/20/1950
235 Homecoming Windup at Teachers College
Public Relations News Release 1950:74, p.1
10/16/1950 The parade was led by the 96-piece T.C. marching band and Homecoming Queen Lucille Hilger, and her three attendants. A football game with Drake University and an informal dance were Saturday night attractions.
236 Stan Hahn picked by Baker council
College Eye 42:5, p.10
10/13/1950 Will chair committee on recordings.
237 Homecoming committees are chosen by councils in three men's dorms
College Eye 42:4, p.8
10/6/1950 A look at preparations for Homecoming at the men's dorms.
238 Touch football team challenge for games
College Eye 42:4, p.5
10/6/1950 Baker Hall will play Seerley Hall.
239 Around
Coombs--Don (Student--1950)
College Eye 42:3, p.6
9/29/1950 TC men appreciate life in the dorms.
240 Baker Hall men meet
College Eye 42:3, p.8
9/29/1950 Hear about customs and code of living.
241 Choose Hadley, Smith for Baker vacancies
College Eye 42:2, p.6
9/22/1950 Charles Hadley and Lloyd Smith elected corridor representatives.
242 Dorms make own open house plans
College Eye 42:1, p.1
9/15/1950 Main floors and several corridors will be open.
243 McNamar starts Baker directorship
College Eye 42:1, p.1
9/15/1950 Profile of Mary McNamar, new director of Baker Hall.
244 Thanks to Baker residents
Wheeler--Clara (Baker Hall Staff)
College Eye 41:38, p.2
8/4/1950 Encourages students to give her successor the same support and cooperation she has received.
245 Director of dorm to leave: Clara Wheeler resigns post as head of G. T. Baker Hall
College Eye 41:37, p.1
7/28/1950 Clara Wheeler will be moving to Redlands, California; photo.
246 New director of Baker appointed
College Eye 41:37, p.1
7/28/1950 Mary McNamar will begin her duties as director of Baker Hall on September 1, 1950.
247 Baker men honor workshop visitors
College Eye 41:35, p.3
7/14/1950 A list of committee members who helped host an informal party for the participants of the public relations workshop is given.
248 Paint, redecorate two men's halls
College Eye 41:31, p.3
6/16/1950 Baker and Seerley Halls being painted.
249 Baker Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.62
6/1/1950 Brief description of the dormitory; photo.
250 Defending champs . . . .
College Eye 41:30, p.1
5/12/1950 Baker Hall men practicing songs for the All-Campus Sing.

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