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Entertainment

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701 Social events at Gym much enjoyed
College Eye 13:22, p.1
2/15/1922 Enjoy movies and then have party.
702 Inquiring Reporter
College Eye 13:8, p.4
10/19/1921 Students answer the question, "Should Teachers College have more College Parties than are now allowed?"
703 Let's be kids
College Eye 13:7, p.1
10/12/1921 Students should dress like children for the post-game party.
704 The cabin
Old Gold 0:0, p.232
6/1/1921 A camping place on the river; photo.
705 Social matters
Alumni News Letter 5:2, p.3
4/1/1921 Social events January through March listed.
706 The Marionettes
Alumni News Letter 5:2, p.3
4/1/1921 The Lillian Owen's Marionettes gave two plays March 16 for students and the public.
707 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.
708 Famous prima donna coming; will be at Cedar Falls October 6
College Eye 12:3, p.1
9/15/1920 Contralto Frances Ingram will be performing.
709 Waterloo Chautauqua this week; eighteenth annual convention of the International Lyceum and Chautauqua Association. Waterloo, Iowa.
College Eye 12:3, p.2
9/15/1920 Schedule of program.
710 Hear Ellis Parker Butler
College Eye 11:25, p.1
3/24/1920 Comedian will perform.
711 "The Only Girl" musical comedy has clever lot
College Eye 11:16, p.4
1/21/1920 "The Only Girl" will be performed at the Regent Theatre on January 21st.
712 County Fair comes Saturday; waffles and band will be features
College Eye 10:25, p.1
4/30/1919
713 Social life at Iowa State Teachers College
Walker--Marion McFarland (Dean of Women)
College Eye 10:23, p.2
4/16/1919 Believes that the social life at Iowa State Teachers College is not very exciting.
714 Freshman P.T.'s entertain Juniors and Seniors
College Eye 10:21, p.4
4/2/1919 With program of dance and costumes.
715 New social plans
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.1
4/1/1919 Social dancing will be authoized as an official function, and reorganization of the social acitvities will be done by General Social Committee.
716 Spring term "mix" for men tonight
College Eye 10:20, p.1
3/26/1919 All men invited to YMCA get together.
717 New social function regulations approved by faculty; dancing is allowed; committee of seven in charge
College Eye 10:19, p.1
3/19/1919 Passes faculty by 2-1 majority; dancing to be allowed on campus.
718 Referendum petition allowed by faculty; vote to remove present status of social functions. Petition made by Student Council
College Eye 10:14, p.1
2/12/1919 Dancing at formal social functions will now be allowed; President Seerley organizes Committee on Social Activities.
719 A large number
College Eye 8:27, p.8
5/2/1917 Faculty and students went to Waterloo to see a show.
720 "The Unborn" coming to Cedar Falls
College Eye 8:18, p.7
2/14/1917 Production to be presented at Cotton Theatre.
721 The Bohemian Orchestra coming; splendid six-piece orchestra with noted Italian tenor as soloist a number on Lyceum Course
College Eye 8:17, p.7
2/7/1917 Orchestra to perform at the Cotton Theatre.
722 Social hour
College Eye 8:4, p.8
10/11/1916 Women's social hour at the Gymnasium reported as drawing large crowds.
723 The social whirl
College Eye 8:3, p.6
10/4/1916 Recap of events and opinions on the mixer in the Gymnasium.
724 Wm. Braid White recital
College Eye 7:29, p.1
5/10/1916 Played music mostly by Edward Alexander McDowell.
725 Monsieur Beaucaire; Miss Shanewise again pleases audience
College Eye 7:13, p.1
1/12/1916 Review of Lenore Shanewise's reading.
726 Untitled
College Eye 7:11, p.3
12/1/1915 Professor Fullerton gives Victrola recital.
727 Impertinence
College Eye 7:10, p.4
11/24/1915 Encourages use of ushers at concerts to eject loud audience members.
728 Matzenauer concert much enjoyed; large crowd heartily applauds noted artist
College Eye 7:7, p.1
11/3/1915 Review of the performance.
729 The Wednesday afternoon tea
College Eye 7:6, p.6
10/27/1915 Wednesday afternoon tea is held from 2:30 to 4:30 every week.
730 B. A.'s have first party; Killian's is the scene of fun
College Eye 7:4, p.1
10/13/1915 Lengthy account of entertainment.
731 College calendar
College Eye 2:30, p.8
5/8/1913 Meetings and events planned.
732 College calendar
College Eye 2:29, p.8
5/1/1913 Meetings and events planned.
733 College calendar
College Eye 2:25, p.8
4/3/1913 Meetings and events planned.
734 Biggest event of the season
College Eye 2:18, p.6
2/6/1913 A circus will be held.
735 Football team entertained; Frank Cotton shows his loyalty to the college athletes; action much appreciated
College Eye 2:12, p.1
11/21/1912 Frank Cotton hosted the football team at the Cotton Theater.
736 College carnival the greatest success ever; Young Women's Christian Association pull off the biggest stunt of the year, attendance estimated at 900
College Eye 1:14, p.1
1/17/1912 Enjoyed parade, music, and food; raised $300.
737 The great social function of the year; "Stunt Night"
College Eye 1:5, p.81
4/19/1911 A night of music, dances, and food from people of various lands will occur in the new Gymnasium.
738 Editorial
Normal Eyte 20:24, p.395
3/18/1910 Uniformity among three state schools welcome; extensive entertainment during winter term hurt schoolwork; petty theft occurring on campus; get your reports to the paper on time; photo.
739 Two hundred and fifty students
Normal Eyte 19:30, p.476
5/19/1909 Took excursion to Dubuque.
740 Unique reception given; critic teachers entertain their students at English tea
Normal Eyte 19:20, p.310
2/24/1909 Training School room teachers entertain student teachers.
741 Official
Normal Eyte 18:17, p.259
1/29/1908 Charles Farnsworth gave the chapel address; Ida Agnes Baker visited; anniversary announcement for former Professor Hull; candidates for graduation listed; students need to order their alumni badges; Lecture and Entertainment Course review.
742 An excursion party
Normal Eyte 18:3, p.46
9/25/1907 Ten students visited the cider mill on Saturday.
743 A number of the Normal faculty and students
Normal Eyte 17:1, p.14
9/12/1906 Attended Thomas Orchestra concerts in Waterloo.
744 Last week a party
Normal Eyte 16:4, p.61
10/4/1905 Normal students went nutting.
745 A party of Normalites
Normal Eyte 15:22, p.350
3/1/1905 Attended a comic opera.
746 Last Friday evening
Normal Eyte 12:13, p.204
12/14/1901 Seniors get together for entertainment.
747 A farewell party
Normal Eyte 12:12, p.187
12/7/1901 Held at Kroesen Hall for those who would not be returning for the winter term.
748 The lady members of the faculty
Normal Eyte 12:9, p.142
11/9/1901 Women come in costume.
749 Miss Oliver
Normal Eyte 12:7, p.106
10/26/1901 Entertained a group of students with games.
750 Official; beginnings of the Iowa State Normal School; students' day
Wright--David Sands (Mathematics Faculty)
Normal Eyte 11:33, p.807
5/25/1901 Professor Wright recalls the old days when students lampooned faculty.

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