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151 University of Northern Iowa qualifies 11 more entries for American Forensics Association National Tournament in April
Public Relations News Release 1987:307, p.1
3/14/1988 The university qualifies eleven entries for the April American Forensics Tournament. Qualifying participants compete in communication analysis, persuasive speaking, and sales analysis.
152 Northern Iowa to host district individual events tournament March 11-12
Public Relations News Release 1987:302, p.1
3/9/1988 The District IV National Individual Events Tournament is held on UNI campus, featuring teams from thirty schools. Events are held in Maucker, Wright, Sabin, Seerley, McCollum, Kamerick, the Education Center, and the Communication Arts Building.
153 Northern Iowa individual events team captures second place in nine-state MAFL event
Public Relations News Release 1987:287, p.1
2/29/1988 The individual events team competes with teams from nine other states in the MAFL tournament in Ames. The team earned second place for their performances in poetic interpretation, communication analysis, and persuasive speaking.
154 Another second place sweepstakes finish for Northern Iowa individual events team
Public Relations News Release 1987:249, p.1
2/4/1988 The individual events team places second in the Twin Cities Forensic League, behind the University of Wisconsin. The next competition is the Iowa Intercollegiate Forensic Association Tournament, held on UNI campus.
155 Northern Iowa individual events team places third in MAFL tournament on home ground; 23 schools attend
Public Relations News Release 1987:244, p.1
2/1/1988 Teams from twenty-three schools visit UNI campus for the Mid-America Forensics League Tournament. Northern Iowa's individual events team places third, behind Bradley University and the University of Wisconsin.
156 Northern Iowa debaters, individual event team members place in four tournaments
Public Relations News Release 1987:159, p.1
12/1/1987 Eighteen individual events team members and eight debaters compete in forensic tournaments in North Carolina, Kansas, and Nebraska, with twenty students earning awards from each competition. The students were accompanied by communication arts faculty.
157 Northern Iowa's individual events team wins another first place sweepstakes award
Public Relations News Release 1987:101, p.1
10/27/1987 The individual events team earns first place at the Mankato State University Tournament in Minnesota. Students competed in sales speaking, theatre, and communication analysis. The team was accompanied by Professor Richard West, and Penny Geurink.
158 Harlan native recipient of Iowa Communication Association award from University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1987:86, p.1
10/20/1987 Professor Kenneth E. Anderson is given the Alumni Recognition Award at the Iowa Communication Association Convention in Ames. Anderson graduated from Harlan High School in 1951, and earned a master of arts degree from UNI in 1955.
159 Two University of Northern Iowa alumni awarded at Iowa Communication Association convention
Public Relations News Release 1987:87, p.1
10/20/1987 Leola Ham and Professor Kenneth Andersen are honored at the Iowa Communication Association Convention. Ham received the ICA Citation for her work in the High School Speech Association, and Andersen was given the Alumni Recognition Reward.
160 UNI forensics program has another successful year
Public Relations News Release 1987:428, p.1
7/10/1987 The individual events forensics team places nineteenth in the nation, after emerging victorious from two-hundred competitions. The team was coached by communication and debate faculty members; Mary Renz, Neil Phillips, and Bill Henderson.
161 Tom Pettit to deliver public address at UNI Monday (July 13)
Public Relations News Release 1987:421, p.1
7/8/1987 NBC's Tom Pettit instructs two broadcasting courses in the Communication Arts Center. The courses cover methods of covering national elections, and public affairs.
162 New state standards encourage speaking and listening, UNI assistant professor of communication says
Public Relations News Release 1987:417, p.1
6/29/1987 Professor Mary Bozik reviews the federal requirements placed on communication education. Schools are expected to have staff specialists in reading, writing, speaking and listening.
163 UNI receives National Science Grant for study of electro-optics
Public Relations News Release 1987:377, p.1
5/18/1987 The National Science Foundation grants nearly twenty-thousand dollars for research into electro-optics. Professor Dale Olson explains the role of electro and fiber optics in communication.
164 Applications now available for UNI Pettit scholarships in journalism
Public Relations News Release 1987:202, p.1
2/4/1987 Students planning a career in communications with a journalism minor begin applying for two-hundred dollar Pettit scholarships. Applicants require six hours of credit in journalism, and must submit samples of their work.
165 UNI debate team ranks first in district, ninth in nation
Public Relations News Release 1987:201, p.1
2/4/1987 The university debate team completed the National Debate Tournament in ninth place out of the one-hundred and six schools who participated. The eight-member team was coached by Professor Neil Phillips.
166 Did you hear what I said? But were you really listening?
Public Relations News Release 1986:462, p.1
6/17/1986 Mary Bozik will teach a course called "Listening" that teaches one of the most valuable skills to develop, the ability to listen effectively; there will be role-play simulations for hands-on experiences.
167 May is better speech and hearing month; UNI students provides communication link to national speech and hearing association
Public Relations News Release 1986:419, p.1
5/9/1986 As the president of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association, speech pathology graduate student Martin will act as a student liaison to faculty and professionals nationwide; UNI has a chapter of the group.
168 Cedar Falls Daily Record reveals historical milestone
Public Relations News Release 1960:378, p.1
4/27/1961 A clipping from the scrapbook of Professor J. O. Perrine reveals the first message to be sent through wireless telegraph from President Homer Seerley to Raymond Pearson of the Iowa State College in Ames.
169 FM radio station completed at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:12, p.1
8/26/1960 Engineering and program testing begin for the KTCF radio station with hopes that the Federal Communications Commission will grant permission to begin broadcasting by September 12.
170 Boards of Control
Old Gold 0:0, p.138
6/1/1957 The communications staffs, College Eye, OLD GOLD, and KYTC; they also are governed by the Board of Control of Student Publications and the Board of Control of the Student Broadcasting Association; photo.
171 The college radio station, WPGJ, has been designated as the Cedar Falls Civil Defense Radio Communication center
Public Relations News Release 1952:458, p.1
2/5/1952 Both the city and county communications roles have received approval by President J. W. Maucker. Plans call for the construction of a steel antenna tower, 60 feet high, outside the industrial arts building at the college.
172 Willis Gertner, Westbrook, Minnesota is checking voltages of a communication radio receiver with a vacuum tube volt meter
Public Relations News Release 1952:455, p.1
2/5/1952 Gertner is in the college industrial arts electricity center which houses amateur radio station WPGJ, recently named for important roles in civil defense activities in both Cedar Falls and Black Hawk county.
173 Herold Lillywhite and Kenneth Pasco co-author an article appearing in the November issue of "The Journal of Communication"
Public Relations News Release 1951:303, p.1
1/10/1952 The journal is the official publication of the National Society for the Study of Communication. The experiment, was conducted at Whittier College, California.
174 Herold Lillywhite is co-author of an article appearing in the November issue of "The Journal of Communication
Public Relations News Release 1951:302, p.1
1/10/1952 Lillywhite's article is entitled "Experimental Measurement of Personality Development in a Bsic Communications Course." Kenneth Pasco, federal government employee in Washington, D. C., collaborated with Lillywhite on the article.
175 Five department of English and speech faculty members will attend the national convention of the Speech Association of America in Chicago
Public Relations News Release 1951:267, p.1
12/14/1951 Teachers college representatives at the three-day convention will be Ernest Fossum, Elaine McDavitt, John Pruis, Oliver Skalback, and Herold Lillywhite.
176 Second Annual School Public Relations workshop at the college starts Sunday evening, July 8
Public Relations News Release 1950:396, p.1
6/16/1951 The workshop will draw public school administrators from all over the state and officers of state-wide organizations in the fields of farming, labor, finance, management, manufacturing, communications, government, and special education.
177 General Education important to future, says educator
Public Relations News Release 1950:54, p.1
10/3/1950 Speaking at a conference for grade and high school teachers of the social sciences, Dr. Pendergraft said other significant goals of a general education program are open-mindedness, appreciation for historical accomplishments, faith in man, and the future.


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