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Beanies (Freshman Caps)

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51 Even freshman women at the Iowa State Teachers College.
Public Relations News Release 1930:14, p.1
9/21/1930 An edict declares that freshmen women wear green caps.
52 Freshmen women will wear purple and gold berets; Student Council believes wardrobe of every student should be topped of
College Eye 22:1, p.1
9/8/1930 All freshmen should wear these items.
53 Many new traditions established
Alumnus 14:1, p.19
1/1/1930 Freshmen adopt custom of wearing purple and gold skullcaps; freshmen women wear purple turbans for Homecoming; Boy Scout Day and Dad's Day held; first all-campus Christmas tree.
54 The Editor's Column
College Eye 21:13, p.4
12/13/1929 Urges students to attend Christmas festivities; suggestions on freshmen wearing purple caps; buy the Purple Pen for a Christmas present; students should look beyond the knowledge that they acquire.
55 "Throw away your caps" shouts frosh to others
College Eye 21:12, p.1
12/6/1929 Freshmen may take off caps for second term.
56 Co-eds will wear Gypsy caps and turbans at game
College Eye 21:5, p.6
10/10/1929 Description of the new headgear.
57 Bumptiousness in college freshmen
Public Relations News Release 1929:5, p.1
10/7/1929 Freshmen caps have been replaced with turbans; upperclassmen have occasionally stolen the capus in the past.
58 Freshman girls will wear new headgear
College Eye 21:4, p.1
10/3/1929 Freshmen women will wear purple and gold hats.
59 Rules governing freshmen
College Eye 21:3, p.4
9/26/1929 Freshmen must wear caps at appropriate times; must sit together at football games.
60 Many freshman students express opinions on caps
College Eye 21:2, p.1
9/19/1929 Some like the new caps, some do not.
61 Freshman caps will be worn this year; Student Council promotes new T. C. tradition
College Eye 21:1, p.1
9/9/1929 Freshmen will wear purple caps until Thanksgiving as part of new tradition.
62 The forum
Louis--Kay (Student--1929)
College Eye 20:41, p.2
7/11/1929 Believes class hats are a step toward school spirit; Kay Louis wants to play tennis on Sundays; Ruth Carstensen speaks for Bartlett Hall residents and wants cockroaches gone.
63 Editorially speaking
College Eye 20:40, p.2
7/3/1929 Believes there would be more school spirit if freshmen wore caps; explains why this issue of the College Eye is devoted to history of the U. S.
64 The number of freshmen
College Eye 18:16, p.3
10/27/1926 More green caps are being worn on campus.
65 From green caps to swagger sticks
Old Gold 0:0, p.97
6/1/1926 Accomplishments of the senior class; photo.
66 The inquiring reporter
College Eye 17:14, p.2
9/16/1925 Students asked their opinion of the green caps.
67 We wish to express our congratulations
College Eye 17:14, p.4
9/16/1925 Congratulates freshman students for having good school sprit.
68 Nifty new green caps to be worn by all freshman; custom started last year by council
College Eye 17:13, p.1
9/9/1925 Explanation of the meaning of wearing green caps; better-looking models to be used this year.
69 Freshmen waiting impatiently for green caps, Student Council prepared to take action
College Eye 16:3, p.1
9/17/1924 Hope to have caps and armbands available within a week.
70 Green caps and arm bands are delayed; to be sold at future date
College Eye 16:2, p.1
9/10/1924 Description of the caps and armbands; will not be sold during registration as they were last year.
71 The wearin' o' the green
College Eye 16:2, p.4
9/10/1924 Directs freshmen to observe the traditional wearing of green caps and armbands.
72 I. S. T. C. welcomes alumni; teachers Homecoming promises to be big day; extensive program planned for alumni and under-grads.; Wilbur H. Bender, Ames
College Eye 15:12, p.1
11/22/1923 Description of Homecoming activities; will include horse race and burning of the freshman hats.
73 Upper classmen hold mass meeting; organize to deal with Green Cap Problem; men agree that force will not be resorted to
College Eye 15:4, p.1
9/26/1923 Decided to encourage freshmen to be loyal to the college by wearing green caps.
74 New rules adopted for wearing of freshmen caps; may discard caps and bands after seven o'clock
College Eye 15:3, p.1
9/19/1923 Allowed to remove caps for weekend.
75 Why green caps and arm bands?
College Eye 15:3, p.4
9/19/1923 Believes freshmen wearing green caps and arm bands should become a long-standing tradition; encourages students to wear them because green symbolizes newness.
76 Freshmen ushered in midst blaze of green; new style caps ordered by Student Council; freshmen will co-operate
College Eye 15:2, p.1
9/12/1923 Freshmen required to wear green hats in order to distinguish them from other students on registration day.
77 Freshmen to wear bands and caps for four weeks
College Eye 14:38, p.1
3/28/1923 May possibly hold some sort of contest to determine when freshmen may put aside green caps and armbands.
78 Freshman caps and armbands have arrived
College Eye 14:37, p.1
3/21/1923 Now on sale.
79 Frosh to appear in green on registration day; Student Council requests aid of all organizations in enforcing regulation
College Eye 14:35, p.1
3/7/1923 Men will wear caps; women will wear armbands.
80 The wearin' of the green
Lockwood--Vera Ione (Classes of 1924 and 1926)
College Eye 14:34, p.1
2/28/1923 Poem about new rule requiring freshmen to wear green caps.
81 Freshmen to wear green; Student Council takes final action
College Eye 14:31, p.1
1/31/1923 Men will wear hats; women will wear armbands.
82 Green caps for the freshmen
College Eye 14:31, p.5
1/31/1923 Freshmen will wear green caps.
83 A study in lids; as anticipated
College Eye 14:29, p.5
1/17/1923 Features freshman receiving green cap.
84 Juniors ready to assist Student Council
College Eye 14:29, p.1
1/17/1923 Support idea of freshmen wearing green hats.
85 The wearing of the green
College Eye 14:29, p.1
1/17/1923 Discussion continues on making freshmen wear green caps.
86 The Student Council
College Eye 14:28, p.4
1/10/1923 Defends the Student Council against the comments made concerning requiring freshmen to wear green caps.
87 Why hibernate?
Wheeler--Loring Frances (Student--1922)
College Eye 14:27, p.4
12/19/1922 Urges the Student Council to pass a rule requiring freshmen to don green headwear.
88 Who said green caps for freshmen?
College Eye 14:15, p.5
9/27/1922 Believes seniors need more help than freshmen.
89 Can T. C. have traditions
College Eye 13:32, p.4
4/26/1922 Believes freshmen should be required to wear green caps and ribbons during the month of May.
90 Student Council are endeavoring to establish tradition that freshmen shall wear green caps during May
College Eye 13:31, p.1
4/19/1922 Purposes of the wearing of green.
91 Editorially Speaking
College Eye 13:13, p.4
11/23/1921 Discusses the importance of tradition in college life; believes that many traditions were lost during World War I.


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