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Bender--Paul F. (Dean of Students; Physical Education Faculty)

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251 Theory football squad practice
College Eye 28:5, p.6
10/8/1936 Coach Paul Bender said that his theory football squad is the finest group of potential coaches in the history of the school.
252 Football staff is announced; Dickinson, McCuskey assist in backfield; Starbeck builds line
College Eye 27:9, p.4
7/24/1936 Football staff for the 1936 season is posted.
253 Softball stars open session; DeBoer's Ballhawks bow to Smith's Sluggers; Lein clouts Homers
College Eye 27:9, p.4
7/24/1936 Results are announced from intramural softball competitions.
254 Men organize for intramural softball tournament
College Eye 27:4, p.4
255 Kappa Theta Psi
Old Gold 0:0, p.68
6/1/1936 Description of activities, officers, and members; photos.
256 Physical Education for Men
Old Gold 0:0, p.45
6/1/1936 Profiles of new coaches; photos.
257 Athletes to be given awards on Recognition Day
College Eye 27:1, p.1
5/22/1936 Description of ceremonies.
258 Bender discusses "personality" at religious forum
College Eye 27:28, p.1
259 Dr. Harold Bosley to speak at chapel
College Eye 27:27, p.1
260 Booster Day is festival of raspberry pie and Kittenball; Erbe, Bender tackle pie; but frosh emerge victorious
Wescott--Gwendolyn N. (Class of 1937)
College Eye 27:16, p.4
10/11/1935 Entertainment for men students included a pie-eating contest, a potato race, and kittenball.
261 Sport Shorts
College Eye 27:49, p.4
7/19/1935 Following unexpected resignation of Johnny Baker, football head coach position not filled; candidates for the job narrowed to three.
262 Fifteen faculty members obtain summer's leave; Cradite and Slattery join teaching for term
College Eye 27:45, p.1
6/14/1935 Faculty summer plans.
263 Physical Education for Men
Old Gold 0:0, p.26
6/1/1935 Description of physical education; photos.
264 Pi Theta Pi
Old Gold 0:0, p.226
6/1/1935 Founded in 1904; aims, advisor, sponsors, officers, and members; photos.
265 Teachers College athletes face another heavy week of competition
Public Relations News Release 1934:1043, p.1
5/5/1935 Two baseball games, two tennis matches, and a varsity and freshman triangular meet give little time for rest.
266 Nearly four hundred college and high school athletes will compete in the Teachers College Relays
Public Relations News Release 1934:1027, p.2
4/21/1935 Schedule of events.
267 Teacher co-eds learn mat rules
College Eye 26:28, p.3
1/25/1935 TC women physical education majors are learning the fundamentals of wrestling; photo.
268 Bender talks on physical training to forum group
College Eye 26:22, p.1
11/23/1934 Professor Bender talks about physical education as part of the college curriculum.
269 Football practices will be closed from now until the first game
Public Relations News Release 1934:607, p.2
9/9/1934 Season updates.
270 Seventy freshmen turned out for yearling football this fall
Public Relations News Release 1934:598, p.2
9/9/1934 Season preview.
271 Ceremony for Mr. Bender, Miss Short
Alumnus 18:3, p.18
7/1/1934 Paul Bender marries Mary A. Short May 2, 1934.
272 Three return from leaves of absence
Alumnus 18:3, p.32
7/1/1934 Monica Wild, Paul Bender, and O. R. Skar returned from their leaves of absence.
273 Six additions to faculty for summer made
College Eye 26:2, p.1
6/15/1934 Roster of faculty changes.
274 Pi Theta Pi
Old Gold 0:0, p.232
6/1/1934 Founded in 1904; aims, officers, patronesses, and members; photos.
275 Three teachers have been added to the staff for the summer term
Public Relations News Release 1934:521, p.1
6/1/1934 Three teachers have also returned from leaves of absence.
276 Wedding announced yesterday
College Eye 25:41, p.3
5/4/1934 Paul Bender married Mary Short; photo.
277 'Barney' Seidler, veteran, returns to Panther fold
College Eye 25:15, p.4
10/6/1933 Player on 1926 team returns to play football.
278 Physical Education for Men
Alumnus 17:4, p.6
10/1/1933 Profile of department and its head, L. L. Mendenhall; photo.
279 Coach Bender granted leave
College Eye 25:12, p.4
9/11/1933 Paul Bender will continue his studies for a doctorate at New York University.
280 Four new names are added to faculty roster
College Eye 25:12, p.1
9/11/1933 Short bios of the new faculty members are provided along the names of those who will be on leave or are returning.
281 Athletic coaches for the 1933 year
Public Relations News Release 1932:360, p.1
8/18/1933 The staff will administer the sports program and coaching courses of the Department of Physical Education.
282 Baker to arrive next week; will make fall plans; to play on all American team at Chicago exposition
College Eye 25:8, p.1
7/28/1933 Johnny Baker will coach football team; other coaching assignments announced.
283 John Baker to make pans for the coming football season
Public Relations News Release 1932:344, p.1
7/28/1933 Baker was recently selected to take over as head football mentor in a reorganized coaching staff, and will in September start work on the coming season.
284 Five faculty members give their impressions of Chicago Fair
College Eye 25:6, p.1
7/14/1933 Professors report on visit to Fair.
285 Cram is elected Iowa director; several faculty members attend association meeting
College Eye 25:5, p.1
7/7/1933 Of NEA.
286 Faculty Men's Club finishes first round of golf tournament
College Eye 25:5, p.1
7/7/1933 Results thus far.
287 World's Fair lures many T. C. students
College Eye 25:5, p.3
7/7/1933 Many students and faculty are visiting the Fair.
288 Track squad wins conference
Alumnus 17:3, p.21
7/1/1933 Won conference title for sixth consecutive year; 1933 season wrap-up.
289 Education is for efficiency; traditions hinder scientific progress, professor declares
Bender--Paul F. (Dean of Students; Physical Education Faculty)
College Eye 25:2, p.4
6/16/1933 Professor Bender offers views on complete education.
290 Coaches and instructors at the Teachers College
Old Gold 0:0, p.126
6/1/1933 Profiles and photos.
291 Physical Education
Old Gold 0:0, p.32
6/1/1933 History and aims of the department; photos.
292 John Baker withdraws resignation
Public Relations News Release 1932:320, p.1
5/26/1933 John Baker, assistant football coach during the 1932 season, reconsidered his decision to play professional football. Mr. Baker will probably serve as head coach of the 1933 team.
293 Three hundred vie for track crown today; conference tennis matches are scheduled on program
College Eye 24:33, p.1
294 Yearlings win, varsity second in Triangular
College Eye 24:33, p.4
5/19/1933 Coach Bender's track team finished second against Coe in the triangular meet. Tutor freshmen do well at meet.
295 Panther squad gets baptism in triangular; varsity and frosh match strides with Kohawk, purple squads
College Eye 24:32, p.4
5/12/1933 All three of the varsity squads have had their preliminary seasoning in relay meets in the Midwest. Panthers will be meet Coe and Cornell.
296 Nine men to compete in South Dakota
Public Relations News Release 1932:298, p.1
5/10/1933 The eleventh annual South Dakota relays are on May 5 and 6. Coach Bender's track team will compete in eight different events.
297 Varsity and freshman track
Public Relations News Release 1932:306, p.1
5/10/1933 Saturday May 13, varsity and freshman track teams will compete with Coe and Cornell colleges in their annual triangular meet.
298 Varsity and frosh cinder squads meet in annual contest
College Eye 24:31, p.4
5/5/1933 Panther track squad was involved with the South Dakota Relays.
299 Annual track and field meet
Public Relations News Release 1932:296, p.1
5/1/1933 Coach Fritzel's entire freshman squad and Coach Bender's varsity team (those who did not compete in the South Dakota relays) will compete in as many events as possible on May 4 and 5.
300 Bender take ten to Drake; relays are first meet of 1933 Panther Track squad
College Eye 24:30, p.4


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