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451 Dixie LaVonne Laughery, from Charles City, will reign as "I" Queen during Homecoming festivities
Public Relations News Release 1951:96, p.1
10/25/1951 President J. W. Maucker will crown Laughery as "I" Queen preceding the football game. The 75th birthday of Teachers College was Sept. 6 of this year.
452 The second weekly meeting of the second annual retail sales training clinic will be held in Gilchrist hall chapel, October 17
Public Relations News Release 1951:82, p.1
10/16/1951 Featured speaker at the meeting will be John Pruis of the English and Speech department at the college. His topic, "The Power of Speech in Selling," will include points as the importance of effective speech in developing customer good-will.
453 The Howie Curtis Quintet is scheduled to play for the Crusade for Freedom dance Friday (Oct. 19)
Public Relations News Release 1951:78, p.1
10/15/1951 The quintet will appear through the courtesy of the American Federation of Musicians Union, Local 334, and the Music Performance Trust Fund of Record Manufacturers, which is made up of proceeds from record sales throughout the country.
454 Students will conduct a Crusade for Freedom campaign on campus this week to raise money to expand Radio Free Europe
Public Relations News Release 1951:76, p.1
10/13/1951 Radio Free Europe is an independent, citizen-supported station which went on the air July, 1950. The programs are designed to keep alive the hope of freedom and to encourage resistance to Communism in Europe.
455 The annual fall conference, sponsored by the speech activities club, will be held on campus, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 16 - 17
Public Relations News Release 1951:77, p.1
10/12/1951 The conference will open in Gilchrist Hall Chapel with a symposium of three speakers, I. H. Hart, R. Bruce Hughes, and William Lang, who will present past and present problems in education.
456 Alonzo Gleason will reign ad Dad of the Day, Saturday, October 20
Public Relations News Release 1951:75, p.1
10/11/1951 Gleason, father of a freshman and three college graduates, will be presented during halftime ceremonies in O. R. Latham Stadium. Gleason's wife, Louella, attended the college for seven quarters. Alonzo and Alonzo Jr. are affiliated with a lumber company.
457 Paul F. Bender, general chairman of the Homecoming committee, announced the program for the three-day Homecoming weekend
Public Relations News Release 1951:64, p.1
10/4/1951 The theme for Homecoming will be "Seventy-Five Years of Teacher Education." It will be the second in a series of five all-college events in commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the college. After the game there will be informal dancing in the ballroom
458 The second annual retail sales training clinic sponsored by the business education department will be held October 10, 17, 24, and 31
Public Relations News Release 1951:65, p.1
10/4/1951 L. V. Douglas, head of the business education department, said the clinic will be held in cooperation with the Cedar Falls and Waterloo chambers of commerce. Topics to be discussed include the methods of developing good public relations for the store.
459 Woody Herman's orchestra signed to appear at Winona State Teachers College, Winona, Minnesota
Public Relations News Release 1951:62, p.1
10/2/1951 Five minutes before Nancy Foss, director of social life at the Commons, obtained a clear phone line to Woody Herman's manager, the orchestra was booked for a higher fee than that quoted to Teachers college.
460 Three hundred Iowa educators are expected to attend the Fall Educational conference September 28 - 29
Public Relations News Release 1951:38, p.1
9/25/1951 Featured speaker at the conference will be May Hill Arbuthnot, author of "Children and Books" and nationally recognized as an authority on children's literature.
461 Seeburg machine needs records
College Eye 43:1, p.3
9/21/1951 Seeking donations for juke box.
462 A convocation for all new students at 7 p.m. Sunday, September 16, in the auditorium will be the first event of orientation week
Public Relations News Release 1951:22, p.1
9/13/1951 Another convocation for all new students will be held in the auditorium at 9 a.m. Thursday. H. W. Reninger, head of the English and Speech department will speak on "What Should I Expect from College."
463 Seeburg needs replacements for worn-out discs
Stewart--Virgene Ann (Class of 1951)
College Eye 42:40, p.4
8/3/1951 Social Life Committee seeking new recordings for juke box.
464 Commons does not chisel students!
Heflin--Kenneth L. (Class of 1954)
College Eye 42:39, p.2
7/27/1951 Letter in defense of Commons dining.
465 Students leave Commons because
Lane--Ann (Class of 1952)
College Eye 42:38, p.2
7/20/1951 Students don't have time, taste, or social atmosphere for Commons dining center.
466 Should students get meal 'cuts'?
Delker--Donna (Student--1951)
College Eye 42:37, p.2
7/13/1951 Commons meals are convenient for some, but not for everyone.
467 Eye refutes Commons rumors; Fitzgerald says service solvent
College Eye 42:36, p.1
7/6/1951 Service cuts are normal for a summer.
468 Student government, 1886-1931
Hart--Irving Harlow (Extension Faculty and Archivist)
First 75 Years 0:0, p.141
7/1/1951 Rules and regulations relating to students under President Seerley; establishment of offices of Dean of Women and Dean of Men; beginnings of student self-government.
469 News in brief
College Eye 42:33, p.2
6/15/1951 Dan Hall honored in military class; Marjorie Winther wins McBride Scholarship; Commons has new tile floors.
470 Campanile
Old Gold 0:0, p.12
6/1/1951 Photo.
471 Reservations for Sunday's, May 27, 68th annual Alumni and Faculty reunion have passed the hundred mark, according to Alumni Director G. E. Myers
Public Relations News Release 1950:375, p.1
5/22/1951 Honored this year will be the graduates of 1901 and 1926. Gold medals will be given to members of the Class of 1901 who attend; Thirteen of the original class of 223 have made reservations. Two graduates will be present to receive Sixty-Year medals.
472 The 75th annual Commencement exercises will be held June 2 at 9:30 a.m. in the Men's gymnasium
Public Relations News Release 1950:367, p.1
5/17/1951 President J. W. Maucker will present the traditional Purple and Old Gold awards to graduates outstanding in scholarship and extra-curricular achievement. He'll also name the winners of ten special scholarships.
473 Special lighting effects will be used to carry out an "Over the Rainbow" theme for Friday night's, May 18, annual spring formal at the college
Public Relations News Release 1950:365, p.1
5/16/1951 Bill Meardon and his band will provide the music. The same band played for the Christmas formal here this winter. Dance Committee Chairman Jim Young said "So In Love" will be sung for the first time at the dance by Bob Pierce.
474 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.
475 Harold Hartman, Blackhawk county superintendent of schools, is the new president of the Alpha Phi field chapter of Pi Delta Kappa
Public Relations News Release 1950:351, p.1
5/8/1951 Hartman and four other officers were installed at a dinner meeting Tuesday evening in the Commons at the college. Other officers installed at the meeting include J. H. Peet, Robert Gifford, Herb Silvey, and I. H. Hart.
476 Students and faculty are invited to a coffee session Sunday, April 29, at 3:30 p.m. in the Commons
Public Relations News Release 1950:335, p.1
4/25/1951 The coffee session is in honor of Tamara Daykarhanova, New York City drama teacher and actress. Madame Daykarhanova will be the principle speaker at Saturday's, April 28, 18th annual drama conference.
477 Mother will get a taste of campus life next Saturday, April 28, at the fifth annual Mother's Day weekend
Public Relations News Release 1950:327, p.1
4/21/1951 A special Mother's day dinner in the Commons Saturday evening will be followed by the last performance of the spring play, "Darkness at Noon." Sunday morning chapel service in the auditorium will be patterned after the theme, "College Days for Mother."
478 A triple slate of conferences is scheduled for the week end, April 13-14
Public Relations News Release 1950:304, p.1
4/10/1951 The audio-Visual conference is on Friday. Observation of campus school classes in session and tours of the campus to observe audio-visual materials and facilities will be part of the program.
479 Untitled
College Eye 42:25, p.1
4/5/1951 Two aerial views of campus with buildings identified.
480 An estimated 105 teachers from northeast Iowa attended a one-day music workshop Saturday (March 31) at the college
Public Relations News Release 1950:284, p.1
3/31/1951 Distinguished speakers included Beatrice Krone, author of several music textbooks, and Evalene Bell, head of junior high music at Elmwood, Ill. Dorothy Bondurant, music supervisor in the Waterloo public school system, gave a demonstration at a noon lunch.
481 'That Sophisticated Atmosphere' comes to mealtime via record player
College Eye 42:24, p.4
3/30/1951 Tips on using the Seeburg juke box to impress one's date.
482 Sororities answer record request
College Eye 42:24, p.6
3/30/1951 Three sororities donate records for the Commons Seeburg juke box.
483 Findings on the recent National Conference on the Mobilization of Health, Physical Education and Recreation will be disclosed Thursday, March 29
Public Relations News Release 1950:268, p.1
3/19/1951 Nearby college and public school representatives have been invited to hear Rachel Bryant, Washington D. C., present conference findings and recommendations. The conference was the third of a series on the mobilization of education.
484 New games introduced in Commons mezzanine
College Eye 42:23, p.5
485 Seeburg is here on trial basis
College Eye 42:21, p.8
3/2/1951 New Seeburg juke box installed in Commons; photo.
486 All-student elections at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1950:247, p.1
3/1/1951 The next few days will see plenty of campaign activity at the college as candidates in Wednesday's (March 7) all-student election rustle up support.
487 The entertainment calendar for the next week at Iowa State Teachers college is pretty heavily booked Here's what's coming up:
Public Relations News Release 1950:244, p.1
2/27/1951 Feb. 28, Jazz concert, Commons; March. 1-2, "The Count and the Coed, campus school auditorium;" Mar. 2, Folk Festival, Women's gym; Mar. 3, Soc Hop, Commons; Recital, Pianist Jean Casadesus, auditorium.
488 Jazz Concert at ISTC on Wednesday
Public Relations News Release 1950:241, p.1
2/26/1951 Jazz, one of America's few contributions to international music literature, will be presented in the Commons by the chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, national music fraternity.
489 Feb. 17 is "Hay Day" at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1950:220, p.1
2/16/1951 This may not be harvest season, but it's the annual sports day affair when girl athletes from nearby high schools come to the campus for basketball competition and recreational games.
490 Students may apply for social committees
College Eye 42:18, p.7
491 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."
492 Christian Peterson to select ISTC yearbook beauties
Public Relations News Release 1950:201, p.1
2/7/1951 Ten Old Gold yearbook beauty finalists and four popularity winners were selected by student vote. Christian Peterson, the noted sculptor, will select the four beauty winners from the ten finalists. Winners, finalists, and entrants are listed.
493 Recognizing, respecting and guiding the abilities of others are the most essential marks of a leader, said Dr. Earl W. Anderson
Public Relations News Release 1950:192, p.1
1/27/1951 Anderson said, "A leader doesn't necessarily know the answers, but he must know how to get the answers." Anderson, professor of education at Ohio State University, is chairman of the National Education association's commission on teacher education.
494 Girls check watermelon, organ pipe, clock, cats in Commons checkroom
College Eye 42:13, p.1
12/14/1950 A look at the services in the Commons.
495 State owns dorms and Commons; supervision by Board of Education
College Eye 42:13, p.3
12/14/1950 A look at the administration and finances of dorms and the Commons.
496 Christmas Season Opens at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1950:152, p.1
12/7/1950 Over seven inches of snow has given the campus a Christmas card setting, certainly appropriate for the round of Christmas events which started last night with the tree lighting ceremony.
497 Meardon Band to Play for ISTC Formal Dance
Public Relations News Release 1950:150, p.1
12/4/1950 The annual Christmas formal dance will be held Friday in the Commons ballroom. Bill Meardon and his orchestra, rated by Downbeat magazine as the "best in the mid-west," will provide the music. The same band played for last year's Homecoming dance.
498 President Maucker to open ISTC Christmas season
Public Relations News Release 1950:149, p.1
12/4/1950 The season will open officially with President J. W. Maucker's lighting of the college Christmas tree. Carols will be played on the campanile chimes just before the tree-lighting ceremony south of the Commons. Group caroling will follow the ceremony.
499 Mental Health Director to Talk at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1950:144, p.1
11/29/1950 G. H. Lawrence, director and resident psychiatrist of the Blackhawk county mental health clinic, will address the Alpha Phi field chapter of Phi Delta Kappa.The fraternity will meet in the small dining room of the Commons.
500 Style Show at TC Friday Night
Public Relations News Release 1950:116, p.1
11/8/1950 A style show featuring trends in both men and women's clothing will be held in the Commons ballroom. The style show is an annual affair sponsored by the social standards committees of the Men's union and the Association of Women Students.


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