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Baker Hall

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Title Date Summary
301 Baker Hall for Men
Alumnus 30:2, p.Outside back cover
4/1/1946 North side of Baker Hall; photo.
302 Men's dormitory planned
Alumnus 30:2, p.5
4/1/1946 New dorm planned for area between greenhouse and laundry; will house two hundred men and will cost $300,000.
303 Hall, Olson presidents of Baker, Seerley Halls
College Eye 37:26, p.5
304 Dean Ellis addresses Baker, Seerley men
College Eye 37:24, p.1
305 Upcoming election to select the president of the Student League
Public Relations News Release 1946:36, p.1
2/9/1946 Three candidates will be on the ballot during advance registration. All three have a long list of qualifications.
306 Baker and Seerley offer recreation in spite of many Sunday sleepers
College Eye 37:9, p.7
11/2/1945 Dorms feature library, pool tables, card tables, and piano.
307 Dad's Day to celebrated on campus
Public Relations News Release 1945:247, p.1
10/9/1945 The highlight of the Dad's Day weekend will be the football game with Loras College. A pep rally and luncheon are planned. Housing for the fathers will be available in Seerley and Bakers Halls.
308 Baker men elect Berner, Hanson
College Eye 37:3, p.1
309 Baker residents elect two of four officers
College Eye 37:2, p.1
9/14/1945 Sam Edgar and Russell Smith elected.
310 Open house in dorms feature for Sunday
College Eye 37:1, p.5
311 Public is invited to an open house for all dormitories, the Commons, and food service
Public Relations News Release 1945:220, p.1
9/7/1945 Refurnished and redecorated, since the closing of the army air corps training, all four dormitories will be open for public viewing.
312 College hails victory; snake dances form as surrender news spreads; Dr. Bodein addresses 550 at victory day convocation in Auditorium
College Eye 36:44, p.1
8/17/1945 Description of V-J Day celebrations; five hundred attend convocation; photo.
313 Eldon Archambault to speak at summer Commencement
Public Relations News Release 1945:208, p.1
8/17/1945 Mr. Archambault will represent the graduating seniors. His degree will be in science and biology. He plans to continue his studies at either the State University of Iowa or the University of Wisconsin.
314 The Line
College Eye 36:44, p.6
8/17/1945 Campus news and gossip.
315 Cliff Randall is Baker Hall queen in "Frolic" skit
College Eye 36:41, p.1
7/27/1945 Will present comedy skit "The Fatal Queen".
316 Scarity of dormitory rooms for women have been averted by the departure of the WAVES
Public Relations News Release 1945:160, p.1
6/26/1945 Dean of Women, Sadie B. Campbell, announced room availability for an additional five hundred twenty more students. This came about with the closing of the naval Traing School on campus.
317 Uniforms gone; girls live in Bartlett
College Eye 36:34, p.3
6/8/1945 WAVES gone; Lawther Hall undergoing redecoration.
318 Baker Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.218
6/1/1945 Brief description of the dormatory; photo.
319 Dorm Life
Old Gold 0:0, p.219
6/1/1945 Brief description of life in the dormatories; photo.
320 Student administration
Old Gold 0:0, p.37
6/1/1945 Clara Wheeler and Mary Haight act as house mothers for Seerley and Baker Halls; photo.
321 To the seniors . . . .
Old Gold 0:0, p.8
6/1/1945 A senior looks back on his college career.
322 Baker residents renew annual dinner custom
College Eye 36:33, p.1
323 Baker Hall elects Archamboult president
College Eye 36:25, p.1
3/23/1945 Warren Zimmerman will be secretary of House Council.
324 Reservations at Baker
College Eye 36:21, p.3
2/16/1945 For overnight stays after the Old Gold Beauty dance.
325 Baker gets new paint
College Eye 36:20, p.3
2/9/1945 Interior paint work is completed.
326 Baker dormitory plans discussions
College Eye 36:18, p.1
1/26/1945 As follow-up to Religious Emphasis Week.
327 Baker men to play ping pong tournament
College Eye 36:18, p.4
1/26/1945 The tournament begins this week.
328 Baker installs council
College Eye 36:14, p.3
12/15/1944 List of council members.
329 Baker Hall for men
Alumnus 28:4, p.Outside back cover
10/1/1944 Baker Hall from the northwest; photo.
330 Students reclaim dormitories as Air Corps closes campus unit
Alumnus 28:4, p.16
10/1/1944 Men students are back in Baker Hall; women students still in Lawther Hall and back in Seerley Hall; Bartlett Hall still used by WAVES; photo.
331 Baker elects house council
College Eye 36:4, p.1
9/29/1944 List of council members.
332 866 students enroll this fall
College Eye 36:2, p.1
9/15/1944 Baker Hall opened for civilian use.
333 Seerley, Baker become 'Civilian'
College Eye 36:1, p.4
9/8/1944 Upper class women will move into Seerley Hall; men will move into Baker Hall.
334 View your 210 acre college "home"
College Eye 36:1, p.6
9/8/1944 Aerial view of campus with a lengthy description of its features; photo.
335 Baker and Seerley now being refinished
College Eye 35:38, p.6
7/14/1944 Painting and redecorating underway.
336 Men students to occupy Baker Hall Next fall; women, Seerley Hall
College Eye 35:36, p.1
6/30/1944 Lawther Hall overcrowding should be relieved; dorms being prepared for students; WAVES will remain in Bartlett Hall.
337 Waves and Bakerites attend Lawther party
College Eye 35:36, p.4
6/30/1944 Hold pajama party.
338 Lawther 'P. J.' party
Public Relations News Release 35:35, p.2
6/23/1944 WAVES and Baker Hall women invited to pajama party.
339 Coeds move to Baker as Army leaves dorm
College Eye 35:32, p.5
6/2/1944 Women will live two per room.
340 Seerley and Baker Halls
Old Gold 0:0, p.183
6/1/1944 Brief description of the dormitories; photo.
341 Men's Union committee names Dunn president; gives party for frosh
College Eye 35:4, p.1
10/1/1943 List of Union officers.
342 Hup, two three, four!
Alumnus 27:3, p.1
7/1/1943 Military training units bring changes to campus.
343 Administration
Old Gold 0:0, p.18
6/1/1943 The challenges of the campus of hosting the Army Air Corps and Waves students, the number of students on campus (1000), Waves (1000) and Army Air Corps (400); photo
344 Air students busy crew from reveille to taps
Old Gold 0:0, p.15
6/1/1943 The daily routine for the air crew students, with reveille at 5:30 a.m., with four to a room work could be divided among the men for inspection, busy schedule for the future pilots with their day ending at 9:15 p.m.; photo.
345 Baker Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.114
6/1/1943 Mrs. Bock is truly a well-liked house mother for the men who live in Baker, with pingpong, billiards, radios, and non-fiction books used for recreation; photo.
346 Dormitories
Old Gold 0:0, p.107
6/1/1943 There is between 2300 and 2500 people living in the dormitories, including air crew cadets and WAVES with people living four to a room; photo.
347 Home of esquire, petty pin-ups resounds to call-to-arms
Old Gold 0:0, p.14
6/1/1943 The transition of Baker and Seerley from dorms to barracks, how the army air corps uses the rooms in the barracks; photo.
348 Right past the campanile
Old Gold 0:0, p.37
6/1/1943 Baker Hall; photo
349 The Fellows' Dorm
Old Gold 0:0, p.115
6/1/1943 Double-deck beds, relaxing in the solarium and catching up on the news are all a part of life in the men's dorm; photo.
350 Men's housing uncertain; may close Baker Hall
College Eye 34:29, p.4
5/7/1943 Only eighteen men have made reservations for the summer.


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