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2151 Kappa annual spring dance
College Eye 14:42, p.5
4/25/1923 Details for the recent dance.
2152 All college dance
College Eye 14:41, p.3
4/18/1923 Student Council sponsored a dance to benefit the Student Loan Fund.
2153 Freshman dance
College Eye 14:40, p.3
4/11/1923 Held in the Gymnasium.
2154 Washington Ball a success; over $125 raised for junior-senior banquet
College Eye 14:34, p.1
2/28/1923 About seven hundred students attended the first annual event.
2155 Alpha rushee party
College Eye 14:33, p.5
2/21/1923 Entertained rushees.
2156 The frolic of the months
College Eye 14:33, p.5
2/21/1923 Physical training students held dance.
2157 Washington Ball Friday evening
College Eye 14:33, p.8
2/21/1923 Dance preview; photo.
2158 First annual Washington Ball
College Eye 14:32, p.1
2/7/1923 Lengthy preview of the dance.
2159 Gamma Valentine dance
College Eye 14:32, p.2
2/7/1923 Alpha Beta Gamma sorority held a dance.
2160 Notices of interest to all
College Eye 14:32, p.1
2/7/1923 Weekend of February 10 will have many activities.
2161 Sophomore all-college dance
College Eye 14:31, p.5
1/31/1923 Held in the Gymnasium.
2162 Manual arts dance
College Eye 14:29, p.5
1/17/1923 Dance held in the Gymnasium.
2163 All college dance
College Eye 14:25, p.5
12/6/1922 Sponsored by Student Council.
2164 Inter-sorority dance
College Eye 14:25, p.5
12/6/1922 Thanksgiving dance held; five sororities sponsored the event.
2165 C. S. A. A. dance
College Eye 14:23, p.5
11/22/1922 Knights of Columbus attend.
2166 Big varsity dance!
College Eye 14:21, p.5
11/8/1922 To be held in the Gymnasium; will benefit the College Band.
2167 1200 attend mix
College Eye 14:14, p.1
9/20/1922 Many attend get acquainted party.
2168 April Fools dance
College Eye 13:28, p.1
3/29/1922 Manual arts students will sponsor dance.
2169 Student Council unveils problems they considered
College Eye 13:18, p.1
1/18/1922 Recommends that ISTC hold a May Day celebration, eliminate chapel attendance slips, organize a Publicity Bureau, provide a school supply store, and organize two more dances.
2170 Society Column
College Eye 13:15, p.5
12/7/1921 News about student organizations.
2171 Athletes to have dance
College Eye 13:14, p.1
11/30/1921 Looking forward to a good time.
2172 Passing of Turkey Day was rather quiet at college; many of the students were invited out for Thanksgiving dinner
College Eye 13:14, p.1
11/30/1921 About nine hundred attended evening dance.
2173 Alpha
College Eye 13:11, p.3
11/9/1921 Enjoyed Halloween party and dance.
2174 The Hobo fraternity
College Eye 13:9, p.12
10/28/1921 Held a formal dance.
2175 All school party Thursday May 12
College Eye 12:33, p.6
5/11/1921 Will have games and dancing.
2176 All school party
College Eye 12:29, p.1
4/13/1921 Sponsored by the Student Council.
2177 Editorially speaking; history of dances
College Eye 12:29, p.4
4/13/1921 Encourages students to find Biblical backing for dances.
2178 Editorially speaking; the all-school
Cline,Ida Marie (Classes of 1919 and 1921)
College Eye 12:29, p.4
4/13/1921 Believes other all-school events could be held besides dances.
2179 A reply
College Eye 12:28, p.4
4/6/1921 Alumnus encourages students to offer remedies when criticizing the Student Council.
2180 May Day fete on May 13; plans for May Day announced
College Eye 12:28, p.1
4/6/1921 Will have parade with float contest and May Queen contest, followed by a dance and dinner for each class on campus.
2181 Visitors to all-school party must secure permission from Mr. Reed
College Eye 12:28, p.2
4/6/1921 April all-school party will be accompanied by Peavey's Orchestra from Waterloo.
2182 Editorially speaking; what is wrong with all-school party
Pesch--Herbert L. (Student--1922)
College Eye 12:27, p.4
3/30/1921 Believes we should have moral teaching with dancing.
2183 Editorially speaking; attendance at the "all school" party
Cline,Ida Marie (Classes of 1919 and 1921)
College Eye 12:26, p.4
3/23/1921 Cannot continue calling events "all school parties" when a large portion of the students are not in attendance, nor are they really parties.
2184 Editorially speaking; do you know the reason?
College Eye 12:24, p.4
3/2/1921 Asks students why attendance is down at school dances from last year.
2185 Regulations of the Student Council regarding all-student dances
College Eye 12:22, p.5
2/16/1921 Criteria for who may attend.
2186 Editorially speaking; another use for a mirror
College Eye 12:20, p.4
2/2/1921 Wants students to watch themselves dancing in the mirror to determine their appropriateness.
2187 Philo-Alpha party; Friday, Feb. 4, Gymnasium
College Eye 12:20, p.7
2/2/1921 Will feature dancing and cards.
2188 Fraternity dance
College Eye 12:19, p.8
1/26/1921 Hobos and Xanhos hosted.
2189 Intersorority dance
College Eye 12:14, p.2
12/1/1920 Many old members returned.
2190 Shake-Aristo have dance
College Eye 12:6, p.8
10/6/1920 Was a great success.
2191 First year junior college
College Eye 11:22, p.3
3/3/1920 Leap year dance was held.
2192 The Shake-Aristo societies
College Eye 11:17, p.8
1/28/1920 Held their first dance of the year.
2193 Clark L. Gormley
College Eye 11:16, p.8
1/21/1920 Visited his sister and attended the all-school dance with his wife.
2194 Second year junior college
College Eye 11:9, p.10
11/12/1919 Enjoyed dance after the movies.
2195 Shake-Aristo party
College Eye 11:6, p.7
10/22/1919 Held dance in Gymnasium.
2196 The Military Hop
Potter--Jacob John (Student--1918)
Old Gold 0:0, p.177
6/1/1919 Overview of the Farewell Military Hop; lyrics to the song "Good bye and good luck."
2197 Societies; Shake-Aristo initiation
College Eye 10:27, p.4
5/21/1919 Literary society news notes.
2198 Reserve Officers Training Corps military ball voted for May twenty-four
College Eye 10:1, p.6
5/7/1919
2199 A new factor to deal with
Kent--J. L. (Student--1919)
College Eye 10:25, p.2
4/30/1919 Some local citizens came to observe the college dance.
2200 All student party pleases many; first of its kind under new regime
College Eye 10:25, p.1
4/30/1919 Showed movie and enjoyed dance.

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