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Dances

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Title Date Summary
1751 Untitled
College Eye 23:13, p.1
9/18/1931 Eight hundred students attended the Y frolic.
1752 All-college dances will be held weekly
College Eye 23:12, p.1
9/8/1931 Brief look at dances for the year.
1753 Phi Omega Pi sorority gives house party
College Eye 23:10, p.2
8/7/1931
1754 Untitled
College Eye 23:8, p.2
7/24/1931 About one hundred couples attended the college dance.
1755 Wendell Bragonier reviews work of Student Council
College Eye 23:8, p.3
7/24/1931 Brief history of student government and especially activity of recent years.
1756 Social events are listed in new handbook; seventy-one major events are included on social calendar for the next academic year
College Eye 23:7, p.1
7/17/1931 Richard Shane has edited new guidebook.
1757 Term's initial dance tonight draws students; extended recreation hop starts at 8 o'clock in women's gymnasium and closes at 11:30 o'clock
College Eye 23:7, p.1
7/17/1931
1758 Commencement and Cupid bring spring term society to a close
College Eye 22:32, p.5
5/22/1931 Campus social calendar.
1759 Everybody is rushed to death these last few weeks, including Dan Cupid
College Eye 22:31, p.5
5/15/1931 Campus social calendar.
1760 With 254 acceptances from mothers in answer to the invitations
Public Relations News Release 1930:385, p.1
5/9/1931 Program of Mother's Day events.
1761 Dotty Hill reigns as queen at Senior Prom tomorrow eve.; modern theme will be carried out in spring colors at dance tomorrow
College Eye 22:30, p.1
5/8/1931
1762 Mother and Dan Cupid rate high in college society this week
College Eye 22:30, p.5
5/8/1931 Campus social calendar.
1763 Mothers are feted by Teachers College students this weekend; three days program of dances, dinners, and music planned
College Eye 22:30, p.1
5/8/1931 Lengthy description of the program.
1764 Seniors, attention!!
Boetger--Leora M. (Class of 1931)
College Eye 22:30, p.1
5/8/1931 Should pay class dues.
1765 Drinking charges are investigated by officials
College Eye 22:29, p.3
5/1/1931 Investigating reports of drinking after dance in Waterloo; one student suspended.
1766 Senior Prom to be informal sport dance; tickets on sale now
College Eye 22:29, p.1
5/1/1931
1767 Spring dances are keeping the social circles humming this week
College Eye 22:29, p.5
5/1/1931 Campus social calendar.
1768 Society takes on a new tone when the spring of the year comes around
College Eye 22:27, p.5
4/17/1931 Campus social calendar.
1769 Eight nominations for prom queen made by Senior Prom Committee
College Eye 22:26, p.1
4/10/1931 List of nominees.
1770 Extended recreational dancing held at gymnasium tonight
College Eye 22:26, p.1
4/10/1931 Recreational dances take the place of more formal dances this term; have been good money makers.
1771 Dance queen will be elected to reign at Senior Prom
College Eye 22:25, p.1
4/3/1931 Dance preview.
1772 Untitled
College Eye 22:25, p.5
4/3/1931 Seniors should pay $1 class dues.
1773 Dates are tabooed for third time at college hop tonight; Vern Winters and Ten Piece Marigold Band will play
College Eye 22:23, p.1
3/20/1931 Students encouraged not to bring dates.
1774 Social calendar for spring term lists parties and dances
College Eye 22:22, p.1
3/9/1931 Brief schedule of upcoming events.
1775 Superstition dance dares tradition of Friday, thirteenth; black cats and other emblems add to atmosphere of superstition
College Eye 22:22, p.1
3/9/1931 Preview of March 13 dance.
1776 Depression hits campus; three fraternities have hard time dances
College Eye 22:21, p.6
2/27/1931 Campus social calendar.
1777 Students dance tonight at ninth annual Washington Ball; limit attendance at junior dance for first time in history
College Eye 22:20, p.1
2/20/1931 Preview and description of the dance.
1778 Washington Ball, long looked for, takes place tonight at gymnasium
College Eye 22:20, p.5
2/20/1931 Campus social calendar.
1779 Impressive setting marks ninth annual Washington Ball; students in eighteenth century costumes will be in receiving line to greet guests
College Eye 22:19, p.1
2/13/1931 Preview of the dance.
1780 These dances keep Katey Ko-ed busy looking for frocks and fingerwaves
College Eye 22:19, p.6
2/13/1931 Commentary on local fashions and shopping.
1781 Freshmen and sophs to defy custom at inter-class frolic; record crowd expected to take advantage of new price cut
College Eye 22:18, p.1
2/6/1931 Ticket prices will be cut in half.
1782 Katey finds that spring fever and shopping go hand-in-hand
College Eye 22:18, p.2
2/6/1931 In depth look at college eateries, fashions, and shopping.
1783 Stan Stanley
College Eye 22:18, p.6
2/6/1931 Stan Stanley and his Recording Orchestra will play at the upcoming Washington Ball.
1784 Two hundred limit set on Washington Ball ticket sale; Stan Stanley and his Recording Orchestra to play for the ball
College Eye 22:18, p.1
2/6/1931 Preview of the dance.
1785 Freshmen and sophomores plan frolic for Febr. 6; you don't need a date for this dance, they advertise
College Eye 22:17, p.4
1/30/1931
1786 Sorority women will dance at annual inter-sorority hop tomorrow
College Eye 22:17, p.5
1/30/1931 Campus social calendar.
1787 Washington Ball to be event of Febr. 20
College Eye 22:17, p.1
1/30/1931
1788 First all-college dance of new year will be held tonight; Student Council dance committee of winter term will be in charge
College Eye 22:16, p.1
1/23/1931
1789 Inter-sorority tea and college dance are the social events of the season
College Eye 22:16, p.5
1/23/1931 Campus social calendar.
1790 Hackler and Burley head committee for Washington Ball
College Eye 22:15, p.1
1/16/1931 Planning for junior class dance.
1791 Untitled
College Eye 22:15, p.2
1/16/1931 Campus social calendar.
1792 Untitled
College Eye 22:15, p.1
1/16/1931 All-college dance coming up.
1793 Freda Steinberg, of Waterloo
Public Relations News Release 1931:168, p.1
1/11/1931 Leads the grand march at Press Prom.
1794 Student journalists stage first prom
Alumnus 15:1, p.17
1/1/1931 First Press Prom held in East Gym; 163 couples attend.
1795 Christmas informal dance is last of pre-holiday hops; Vern Winters and his Marigolds will play at Women's Gymnasium tonight
College Eye 22:13, p.1
12/12/1930 Dance preview; sponsored by Student Council.
1796 Organization put pledges on probation this week
College Eye 22:13, p.5
12/12/1930 Campus social calendar.
1797 Journalist's keynote characterizes first annual Press Prom; nine campus organizations erect booths to provide lounging rooms
College Eye 22:12, p.1
12/1/1930 Description of the Press Prom, attended by 163 couples.
1798 Novelty will reign at the first big publications dance; colored orchestra fits in with the black and white color scheme
College Eye 22:11, p.1
11/21/1930 Press Prom will feature collection of newspapers to entertain guests.
1799 Press Prom painting of Good News plane displayed at Berg's
College Eye 22:11, p.1
11/21/1930 Will be one of the decorations at the dance.
1800 Press Prom promises to be biggest social event of season
College Eye 22:11, p.5
11/21/1930 Campus social calendar.

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