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801 Sixty papers, 91 candidates
Public Relations News Release 1951:41, p.1
9/27/1951 There are 91 candidates trying out for the bands. The marching band will make its first appearance at the Drake-Teachers College football game October 6 at Des Moines, according to Karl Holvik, director.
802 Five events commemorating the 75th anniversary of the college will take place on campus during the 1951-52 academic year, E. L. Ritter announced today
Public Relations News Release 1951:24, p.1
9/15/1951 The events will include: A matriculation convocation; homecoming weekend; presentation of the oratorio, "Elijah"; "Founder's Day"; and Commencement week.
803 Athletics
Public Relations News Release 1950:402, p.1
6/20/1951 The college won all but one North Central conference championship . Its wrestling squad won its third straight National AAU title, a feat unheralded in the history of the meet. Clyde L. (Buck) Starbeck's football team finished in second place.
804 Finish Second
Old Gold 0:0, p.128
6/1/1951 Brief description of the activity; photo.
805 Honor 22 Gridders
Old Gold 0:0, p.133
6/1/1951 Brief description of the activity; photo.
806 Need Ironmen
Old Gold 0:0, p.129
6/1/1951 Brief description of the activity; photo.
807 Use Speed
Old Gold 0:0, p.131
6/1/1951 Brief description of the activity; photo.
808 Teachers won a national title and four out of five North Central conference championships during the 1950-51 academic year
Public Relations News Release 1950:386, p.1
5/31/1951 Coach Dave McCuskey's wrestling squad produced the national title--the NAAU wrestling championship, which was the third consecutive NAAU title for teachers. Teachers won the conference golf, tennis, and track titles.f
809 1950 Leaves Mark on ISTC Campus
Public Relations News Release 1950:165, p.1
12/29/1950 A presidential inauguration, the fifth in 74 years, was one of several major changes during 1950. Starting last June a minor in journalism was offered. Plans were approved for granting a major in library science starting next June.
810 Baker Hall tied 6-6 by Off-Campus team
College Eye 42:9, p.5
811 Baker wins two football games
College Eye 42:8, p.4
812 TC Band to Honor "Dad" at TC Dad's Day
Public Relations News Release 1950:100, p.1
10/31/1950 An imaginary trip to New York is in store for Dads during the halftime of the South Dakota University--Iowa Teachers football game here Saturday Afternoon. The occasion is the 20th annual Dad's Day weekend at Iowa State Teachers college.
813 Over 100 Attend TC Art Workshop
Public Relations News Release 1950:95, p.1
10/28/1950 Actual participation in five art areas was the workshop's feature attraction with every teacher getting an opportunity to choose and work in three of the five areas. The art areas demonstrated were puppetry, ceramics, painting, graphics, and wood.
814 The Homecoming chant on the Teachers College campus
Public Relations News Release 1950:95, p.1
10/28/1950 The chant is, Let's make it fifty-fifty in '50. Here's why: Just 50 years ago today the Panther team played its first football game with Drake University on the bulldog field in Des Moines. The score: Drake 50 - Teachers 0.
815 Fort Dodge Businessman is TC's 1950 DAD
Public Relations News Release 1950:86, p.1
10/25/1950 J. Albert McKinstry will be the honored Dad for the 20th annual Dad's Day weekend. President J. W. Maucker will present the McKinstry's between halves of the football game. The marching band under Director David Kennedy will parade at the game.
816 Eighty-five High School Students Drive in TC Clinic
Public Relations News Release 1950:82, p.1
10/23/1950 Bert L. Woodcock, assistant professor of safety education at the college, said psycho-physical and driving tests were used to select three top students. The winners, will give safe-driving demonstrations at the state clinic. Students listed.
817 Homecoming Windup at Teachers College
Public Relations News Release 1950:74, p.1
10/16/1950 The parade was led by the 96-piece T.C. marching band and Homecoming Queen Lucille Hilger, and her three attendants. A football game with Drake University and an informal dance were Saturday night attractions.
818 "Skip Day" starts TC Homecoming
Public Relations News Release 1950:72, p.1
10/14/1950 A headstart on Homecoming Friday morning began with a 50-car caravan that moved from the campus to the business district. An impromptu square dance in the Commons, student social center, was staged following the rally.
819 Fisher dominates as ground gainer
College Eye 42:5, p.4
10/13/1950 Bud Fisher leads in small college category; survey of intramural football.
820 Rich Autumn setting greets TC homecomers
Public Relations News Release 1950:71, p.1
10/12/1950 O. R. Latham stadium will be the scene of most of Saturday night's action. President J. W. Maucker will crown the Homecoming "I" Queen. On Saturday morning's program are a girls' field hockey game, and the judging of house decoration contest entries.
821 Seerley defeats Off-Campus 30-6
College Eye 42:4, p.4
822 Stadium will field touch football team
College Eye 42:4, p.5
10/6/1950 Issues challenge.
823 Teachers College Names Homecoming Queen
Public Relations News Release 1950:53, p.1
10/6/1950 Lucille Hilger, 18-year-old brunette beauty from Hamburg, Iowa, will reign queen of the 29th annual Homecoming festivities next weekend. Her attendants will be Audrey Mack, Flo Anne Williamson, and Eleanor Woltman.
824 Touch football team challenge for games
College Eye 42:4, p.5
10/6/1950 Baker Hall will play Seerley Hall.
825 Seerley Rec chairman offers game challenge
College Eye 42:3, p.6
9/29/1950 Challenges others to game of touch football.
826 Homecoming program announced at Iowa State Teachers College
Public Relations News Release 1950:36, p.1
9/28/1950 A full entertainment slate, from a variety show to a chapel service, is planned for Homecoming visitors on Oct. 13-15. The feature attraction is the football game with the tough Drake University crew at Latham field. The Homecoming Dance is on Friday.
827 Members of the 96-piece marching band were announced this week
Public Relations News Release 1950:35, p.1
9/28/1950 The marching band will perform here at the three remaining home football games. The first road trip will be to Ames on Oct. 7, according to director David Kennedy. Students listed.
828 Norma Jean Houdek, Garner, has been named one of two drum majors with the 96-piece marching band
Public Relations News Release 1950:31, p.1
9/27/1950 Director David Kennedy recently announced Houdek's choice after tryouts and drills taking place since September 13. The band's first public performance was Saturday (Sept. 30) night between halves of the North Dakota State-Teachers College Football game.
829 First TC Band Performance to Feature Specialty Number
Public Relations News Release 1950:30, p.1
9/25/1950 Director David Kennedy said the band's specialty number will feature the career of a Teachers College musician from his first sour note to his arrival in the "big time." The 96-piece marching band will perform between halves.
830 Television on Teachers College of Air
Public Relations News Release 1950:27, p.1
9/21/1950 Herbert V. Hake, Teachers College radio program director, estimated early October for the first showing, which will be a 15-minute film program televised Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. over WOI-TV (Channel 4, Ames).
831 Grid squad loses tackle letterman
College Eye 42:1, p.4
9/15/1950 Ogren out for the season due to rheumatic fever.
832 Football
Old Gold 0:0, p.110
6/1/1950 List of members; photo.
833 New national record set
Old Gold 0:0, p.108
6/1/1950 Brief description of the activity; photo.
834 The Morningside game
Old Gold 0:0, p.112
6/1/1950 Brief description of the activity; photo.
835 Injuries in basketball lighter than football
College Eye 41:14, p.5
1/6/1950 Football and wrestling players have more bone fractures and knee and joint injuries than do basketball players.
836 Little Tutor gridders fall into third place
College Eye 41:7, p.5
10/28/1949 Lose to Traer, 12-6.
837 Little Panthers win over Ackley Raiders
College Eye 41:6, p.5
10/21/1949 Little Panthers defeat Raiders, 20-0.
838 Football coaching clinic held here
College Eye 40:39, p.4
8/5/1949 Coach Starbeck will meet with ISTC alumni coaches.
839 Baffle Bison 19-0
Old Gold 0:0, p.94
6/1/1949 Football; photo.
840 Batter Broncs 13-6
Old Gold 0:0, p.93
6/1/1949 Football; photo.
841 Bury Bulldogs 6-0
Old Gold 0:0, p.92
6/1/1949 Football; photo.
842 Football
Old Gold 0:0, p.90
6/1/1949 Brief description of the sport; photo.
843 Jump Jack Rabbits 33-7
Old Gold 0:0, p.91
6/1/1949 Football; photo.
844 Presenting the story of a year at teachers college
Old Gold 0:0, p.7
6/1/1949 Brief description of the school year; photo.
845 Scalp Sioux 26-14
Old Gold 0:0, p.95
6/1/1949 Brief description of the sport; photo.
846 KO's
College Eye 40:8, p.5
11/5/1948 Compares professional football to college football.
847 Seerley Hall wins close 6-0 decision over Baker team
College Eye 40:7, p.5
10/29/1948 Results from the Cut Day intramural touch football game.
848 Bulldogs leashed 6-6
Old Gold 0:0, p.174
6/1/1948 Brief description of the activity; photo.
849 Gridders win North Central Conference for fifth time
Old Gold 0:0, p.170
6/1/1948 Brief description of the activity; photo.
850 Gridiron stars
Old Gold 0:0, p.172
6/1/1948 Brief description of the group; photo.


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