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Crouse--Ray L. (Class of 1910)

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1 Ray L. Crouse
Alumnus 30:2, p.32
4/1/1946 Died October 29, 1945. He is survived by his widow, the former Ella McClain, and two sons, John and Eugene. Ella resides in Manhattan Beach, California.
2 Class of 1910 holds center of stage at reunion
Fuller--Albert C. (Class of 1899; Extension Faculty; Alumni Director)
Alumnus 19:3, p.2
7/1/1935 Alumni dinner honors 1910 graduates; description of event.
3 The Art League
Old Gold 0:0, p.160
6/1/1922 Members, officers, brief history; photo.
4 Mrs. Ray L. Crouse
College Eye 4:21, p.8
3/11/1915 Is returning home to Idaho after lengthy visit to her parents.
5 Local friends have received word
College Eye 3:12, p.214
12/11/1913 Baby daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Crouse.
6 Ella McLain
College Eye 2:14, p.5
12/19/1912 Married Ray Crouse on November 28.
7 R. L. Crouse
College Eye 2:32, p.3
6/5/1912 Visited campus.
8 Ray L. Crouse
College Eye 1:14, p.7
1/17/1912 Spent his vacation, from teaching manual training in Hastings, Nebraska, at home.
9 Untitled
College Eye 1:2, p.7
9/20/1911 Student, faculty, and alumni news notes.
10 Messrs. Cranny, McGeeney and Ray Crouse
Normal Eyte 21:22, p.389
3/1/1911 Visited friends on the Hill.
11 Senior Class play
Normal Eyte 21:0, p.5
6/11/1910 Describes the senior class production of "Hamlet"; photo.
12 Class play--splendid! The class play, "Hamlet" gives wonderful promise at daily rehearsals
Normal Eyte 20:34, p.562
5/25/1910 A look at the preparations for the presentation of "Hamlet".
13 Class play chosen; seniors commence work on annual class day event; "Hamlet" selected.
Normal Eyte 20:26, p.429
3/30/1910 Roster of cast members.
14 Football review for 1909; victorious season gives team high rank; twelve players receive emblems; 1910 prospects good; Boatman is captain
Normal Eyte 20:12, p.205
12/4/1909 Teachers go undefeated; review of the 1909 season and prospects for the 1910 season; photo.
15 Athletics; Teachers defeat Lenox; football game proves an easy victory; score of 36 to 0 tells tale; game played on heavy field.
Normal Eyte 20:6, p.115
10/13/1909 George Vinall makes first touchdown.
16 Athletics; Teachers win football game; Charles City College is defeated; score, 28-0; twenty-two men give a try-out.
Normal Eyte 20:5, p.98
10/6/1909 Quarterback George Vinall keeps team moving fast.
17 Mr. Ford Crouse
Normal Eyte 20:5, p.95
10/6/1909 Arrived with sister Bertha to visit their brother Ray.
18 Some of the friends
Normal Eyte 20:5, p.95
10/6/1909 Ray Crouse was given a surprise birthday party.
19 Athletics; football season opens Saturday; team is in good shape for game with Charles City College.
Normal Eyte 20:4, p.64
9/29/1909 Game starts at 3:00 Saturday.
20 A daily football practice; Coach Simmons is giving the candidates stiff workouts.
Normal Eyte 20:2, p.29
9/15/1909 A closer look at football practice.
21 Football prospects; here is the coach's opinion in the matter
Simmons--Clayton Byron (Physical Education Faculty)
Normal Eyte 20:2, p.26
9/15/1909 Football proves to be successful physically and educationally; reinstated in 1908; will have another season in 1909; photo.
22 Athletics; prospects for football season are good.
Normal Eyte 20:1, p.13
9/8/1909 Nine returnees for this year's team; schedule of games.
23 Class play at Teachers College; seniors present "Mary of Magdala."
Falkler--Laura E.
Normal Eyte 20:0, p.9
6/12/1909 Laura Falkler reviews the senior class play "Mary of Magdala;" photo.
24 Dramatic
Old Gold 0:0, p.172
6/1/1909 Brief history, comedic story, roster of students in dramatic work; photo.
25 Dramatic Work in the Training School
Old Gold 0:0, p.177
6/1/1909 Students performed 'Scenes from the Days of Feudalism and Chivalry' and 'Mary of Magdala'; photo.
26 Football
Ceperley--William A. (Student--1909)
Old Gold 0:0, p.275
6/1/1909 Description of 1908 season, cartoon, players, and prospects; photo.
27 The Minnesingers
Old Gold 0:0, p.156
6/1/1909 Brief history, songs from a program, roster of members and officers; photo.
28 Minnesingers make hit; glee club assisted by cellist, pianist and tenor give fine concert
Normal Eyte 19:21, p.322
3/3/1909 Brief review and program of the performance.
29 Athletics; football
Normal Eyte 19:4, p.56
9/30/1908 Schedule being arranged; the potential benefits of being able to coach football; Russell Glasener injured.
30 The Troubadours
Old Gold 0:0, p.148
6/1/1908 Troubadours formed in 1899 to prepare members for Minnesingers. Membership hit a record level in 1908 with forty members; photo.
31 Y. M. C. A. notes
Normal Eyte 18:25, p.389
4/8/1908 Elect new cabinet officers; hope to raise $200 to furnish room; state secretary will visit campus to speak.
32 R. L. Crouse
Normal Eyte 17:15, p.238
1/9/1907 Will teach in Butler County.
33 Maude Currier and Ray Crouse
Normal Eyte 17:14, p.222
12/19/1906 Back in school.
34 R. L. Crouse
Normal Eyte 17:14, p.221
12/19/1906 Back in school.

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