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Dickinson--Arthur D. (Class of 1917; Athletics Staff; Physical Education Faculty)

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Title Date Summary
151 Spencer branch summer school director named
Public Relations News Release 1946:89, p.1
4/3/1946 Arthur Dickinson will head the Spencer branch.
152 Branch summer schools scheduled
Alumnus 30:2, p.1
4/1/1946 Sessions will be held at Spencer, Carroll, and Creston.
153 Purple Panthers back from wars
Alumnus 30:1, p.11
1/1/1946 Basketball season preview; photo.
154 Basketball to follow in wake of football as cagers practice
College Eye 37:9, p.6
11/2/1945 The TC basketball team has been preparing in the off season with weight training and are looking forward to practices starting soon.
155 Probable Starting Lineups
Public Relations News Release 1945:280, p.1
11/2/1945 Members of the starting lineup for the Homecoming game announced.
156 Faculty men active in War
College Eye 37:7, p.2
10/19/1945 Fifteen faculty took an active role in service; eight are still serving.
157 All fathers will be guests at the football game with Loras
Public Relations News Release 1945:240, p.1
9/27/1945 Dad's Day highlight will be the football game with Loras. A pep ralley, luncheon, and campanile concert will help fill the weekend.
158 Dickinson issues call for cagers Tuesday
College Eye 37:2, p.4
9/14/1945 A meeting is announced for any TC man interested in playing varsity basketball.
159 Daughter's illness calls Dickinson to campus
College Eye 36:44, p.3
8/17/1945 Returns from extension duties.
160 Dickinson made cage coach; to handle Panther team in absence of Hon Nordly, now in Navy service
College Eye 36:43, p.3
8/10/1945 The college alumnus previously coached the team before Hon Nordly took the position in 1937.
161 Dickinson visits Algona branch school
College Eye 36:42, p.3
8/3/1945 News from the branch summer schools.
162 Dickinson back from France
Alumnus 29:3, p.12
7/1/1945 Art Dickinson assumes coaching duties.
163 GI Joe anxious for phys. ed. training
College Eye 36:35, p.1
6/15/1945 Art Dickinson predicts that many men will study physical education or medicine; Professor Grant is back from South America.
164 Physical education for vets
College Eye 36:35, p.2
6/15/1945 Cautions students about a potential overflow in certain fields of education.
165 Faculty
Old Gold 0:0, p.48
6/1/1945 Faculty; photo.
166 Service
Old Gold 0:0, p.203
6/1/1945 Brief description of faculty serving in the war; photo.
167 Sports resumed for 1945
Alumnus 29:2, p.7
4/1/1945 Football and basketball will resume; track may resume in spring; military status of coaches still in doubt; photo.
168 Air command cites I. S. T. C. for good job
College Eye 35:37, p.1
7/7/1944 Commendation cites good work of faculty.
169 Faculty
Old Gold 0:0, p.51
6/1/1944 Faculty; photo.
170 E. L. Dickinson
Alumnus 27:4, p.32
10/1/1943 Died on April 30, 1943; survived by many family members.
171 Football is dropped for the duration at TC
Alumnus 27:4, p.4
10/1/1943 North Central Conference disbands; many men drafted; faculty in service or teaching military subjects; football discontinued.
172 Panthers drop grid sport; coaching staff goes all-out for wartime service
College Eye 35:2, p.1
9/17/1943 For the second time in the history of the college, football has been suspended because of the war effort; some coaches are in military service; others are teaching the Army Air Corps unit on campus; photo.
173 Dickinson, Schneider with home guard
College Eye 34:32, p.3
6/11/1943 Will attend state guard training.
174 Faculty
Old Gold 0:0, p.38
6/1/1943 Roster of faculty; photo.
175 Thinclads Battle Through Tough Schedule
Old Gold 0:0, p.177
6/1/1943 The trackmen were unable to overcome the pinch of being a veteranless squad and failed to recapture the title in the North Central Conference meet and the 1943 squad met fate of other sports and was cancelled for duration of the war; photo.
176 Xanho
Old Gold 0:0, p.132
6/1/1943 Organised in 1904 to foster good fellowship and to fit members into college life, this fraternity holds dances, stag parties and an alumni dinner at Homecoming; photo.
177 Earl Dickinson dies; brother of Tutor coach
College Eye 34:29, p.4
178 Many faculty members now busy with victory gardens
College Eye 34:28, p.1
4/30/1943 Professors talk about what they are raising in their gardens.
179 Relays cancelled for duration; depleted coaching staff unable to handle classic
College Eye 34:26, p.4
4/16/1943 The Teachers College Relays are cancelled and probably will not be held again until the end of the war.
180 Air crew students getting in shape
College Eye 34:24, p.4
4/2/1943 Art Dickinson talks about the physical fitness program.
181 Army instructors now
Alumnus 27:2, p.6
4/1/1943 Twenty faculty teaching Army Air Corps students.
182 Teachers College wages war on home front
Alumnus 27:2, p.16
4/1/1943 Survey of college efforts on campus to train, serve, and raise money to aid in the war effort includes military drilling, Red Cross work, bond drives, and keeping up morale; curriculum turned to war effort; photo.
183 Loss of members forces Purple to cut cinder sport
College Eye 34:22, p.4
3/19/1943 Arthur Dickinson announced that no track team will be formed this year, due to the loss of athletes to the military.
184 College professors to teach army; instruction will begin this week
College Eye 34:20, p.1
3/3/1943 Twenty professors will offer eight courses to 400 men; headquarters will be Seerley Hall.
185 Military survey class passes inspection of President Price
College Eye 34:20, p.1
3/3/1943 Men finish ten weeks of class and drill with inspection; photo.
186 Outlook for track team is gloomy
College Eye 34:20, p.3
3/3/1943 Track and field Coach Arthur Dickinson has lost many of his veterans to the military.
187 Five letterwinners on cinder squad
College Eye 34:16, p.4
1/29/1943 TC will compete at Drake University.
188 Nine instructors have special war classes now
College Eye 34:11, p.1
11/20/1942 Nine are teaching classes associated with the war effort.
189 War activities play vital role at Teachers College
College Eye 34:11, p.1
11/20/1942 I. H. Hart presents flag, representing the 624 students and alumni now in service; listing of other war-related activities.
190 Revised military survey course offered for credit
College Eye 34:10, p.1
11/13/1942 Art Dickinson describes new course.
191 Homecoming Tradition
Public Relations News Release 1943:172, p.1
10/21/1942 The traditional snake dance through the commons will start out the casual night of activites.
192 Army Provides Civilian Pilot Training Program
Public Relations News Release 1943:158, p.2
8/14/1942 Men who are interested in flying and are between the ages of eighteen and thirty-six have been strongly encouraged to join Uncle Sam's flying program.
193 Will 'carry' summer school to students throughout state
College Eye 33:34, p.1
6/3/1942 Branch summer schools located in Red Oak, Creston, and Denison.
194 Faculty
Old Gold 0:0, p.52
6/1/1942 List of faculty; photo.
195 'Future officers' drilled in new military course
College Eye 33:31, p.1
5/8/1942 Faculty conduct classes for men who wish to prepare for military service.
196 Tutor relays plans drawn
College Eye 33:26, p.4
4/3/1942 Teachers College Relays include events for both high school and college athletes; photo..
197 Campus mobilizes for victory
Galbreath--Donald (Student--1937)
Alumnus 26:2, p.1
4/1/1942 Everyone on campus doing part for victory, even the Training School; photo.
198 Dickinson to officiate in 1942 Drake Relays
College Eye 33:24, p.6
3/20/1942 Track coach is chosen because of the successful history of his teams.
199 Track meet slated for next weekend
College Eye 33:20, p.3
2/13/1942 Track meet will include teams made up of men from Seerley Hall, Baker Hall, and off-campus men; photo.
200 Dickinson designs whirl-bath, new invention speeds healing
College Eye 33:14, p.1
12/19/1941 Coach Dickinson has built a useful athletic training room; photo.


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