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Fourth of July

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Title Date Summary
51 Let's not forget rich heritage of Independence Day
College Eye 57:34, p.2
6/28/1963 Eric Sloan and Eric Hatch design a plan to make Independence Day a patriotic festival again.
52 No classes on July 4 holiday
College Eye 57:34, p.1
53 The rockets' red glare
College Eye 56:36, p.1
7/6/1962 Fireworks exploding in the sky; photo.
54 Fireworks in stadium 4th
College Eye 56:35, p.1
6/29/1962 Jaycees will sponsor show.
55 Schedule set for July 4th
College Eye 56:35, p.1
6/29/1962 Campus services limited.
56 Killed or injured?
College Eye 48:33, p.2
6/28/1957 Discusses the ineffectiveness of the death toll predictions for the Fourth of July.
57 Bell Ringer
Carson--Dag (Student--1956)
College Eye 47:36, p.2
7/6/1956 Responds to readers' comments about his column.
58 "Upon these principles"
College Eye 46:35, p.2
7/1/1955 Students should reflect on their country during the Fourth of July break.
59 Leading It Out
College Eye 46:35, p.2
7/1/1955 Tribute to Fourth of July, exploration of Student Government.
60 Fourth of July picnic over, scars remain
Rasmussen--Betty M. (Class of 1955)
College Eye 44:37, p.4
7/10/1953 How a reporter spent the Fourth.
61 Commons food service will open over Fourth
College Eye 44:36, p.3
62 Fourth features flaring fireworks
College Eye 44:36, p.1
63 Fourth and fifth to be holidays
College Eye 43:34, p.1
6/27/1952 For Fourth of July.
64 Fourth is holiday; classes suspend
College Eye 42:35, p.1
65 Classes meet July 3
College Eye 41:33, p.1
6/30/1950 Double cuts will be tallied.
66 TC students will relax the Fourth
College Eye 41:33, p.1
6/30/1950 May enjoy local activities.
67 Letter from President Price
Price--Malcolm Poyer (President of ISTC)
College Eye 40:33, p.2
6/24/1949 Announces that the college will be closed on July 4.
68 $10,000 in war bonds and stamps
Alumnus 28:4, p.2
10/1/1944 Five thousand attend bond show at Stadium on July 4; purchase $10,000 in bonds and stamps; WAVES buy $17,000 in bonds and stamps.
69 Dr. M. J. Nelson addresses all three Branch summer schools
College Eye 35:37, p.3
7/7/1944 News from the branch summer schools.
70 Navy bond performance raises 10,000 dollars in sales Tuesday night more than 5,000 people in stadium see Bond show
College Eye 35:37, p.1
7/7/1944 5000 attend rally and entertainment at O. R. Latham Stadium; description of program.
71 Classes held Monday
College Eye 35:36, p.3
6/30/1944 Classes will be held July 3 to relieve burden on transportation systems.
72 Stadium site of bond show; Navy bond performers here on July 4
College Eye 35:36, p.1
73 Estherville summer school votes for no school July 4
Public Relations News Release 35:35, p.6
6/23/1944 News from the branch summer schools.
74 Holiday declared for July 4 and 5
College Eye 32:37, p.1
75 Notice
Latham--Orval Ray (President of ISTC)
College Eye 31:37, p.1
6/28/1940 No class on July 5.
76 Petitions are foolish
College Eye 31:37, p.2
6/28/1940 Criticizes the author of a sign encouraging students to sign petitions to have July 5 as a vacation day.
77 Will be no Eye next week
College Eye 31:37, p.2
6/28/1940 Due to Fourth of July holiday.
78 Stay over holiday
College Eye 30:38, p.1
7/7/1939 Approximately 150 students stayed on the campus during the four day vacation.
79 Classes dismissed on July third; Dr. Latham announces holiday
College Eye 30:36, p.1
6/23/1939 Will make four day Fourth of July holiday.
80 A Corner for Coeds; sparklers
Kenerdine--Helen Jane (Class of 1939)
College Eye 29:38, p.3
7/1/1938 Suggests clothing suitable for the Fourth of July.
81 Holiday
College Eye 29:37, p.1
6/24/1938 No school on July 4; summer term will end on August 19.
82 Holiday hard on campusiters
College Eye 28:40, p.3
7/9/1937 Students return looking tired.
83 Faculty members to vacation many ways on the Fourth
College Eye 28:39, p.1
7/2/1937 Quick look at where the faculty will spend the Fourth of July.
84 Fireworks today? It's not amiss
College Eye 28:39, p.1
7/2/1937 There is some latitude about exactly when the independence of the United States can be celebrated.
85 Some still study science, statistics, and society
College Eye 28:39, p.1
7/2/1937 Students talk about their Fourth of July plans.
86 What will you do the Fourth?
College Eye 28:38, p.4
6/25/1937 Students tell how they will celebrate the Fourth of July.
87 American Legion sponsors fireworks display
College Eye 28:37, p.3
6/18/1937 On bluff near Cedar River.
88 Bang! Bang! Bang! Goes premature fourth
College Eye 27:6, p.3
7/3/1936 Baker Hall residents celebrate early.
89 A hearty vote of thanks
College Eye 27:47, p.2
6/28/1935 Expresses appreciation to the administration for granting extra day off.
90 Classes to be excused July fourth, fifth; Fourth of July holiday is extended through weekend
College Eye 27:47, p.1
91 Independence Day holiday, new forum series on social program
College Eye 27:47, p.2
6/28/1935 Campus social calendar.
92 A plea for vacation July 5
College Eye 27:46, p.2
6/21/1935 Student proposes July 5 as extra vacation day.
93 Cafeteria notice
College Eye 26:4, p.1
6/29/1934 Special hours for Fourth of July.
94 Hot weather, Fourth of July respite, lighten social week
College Eye 26:4, p.3
6/29/1934 Campus social calendar.
95 Even robins leave for week-end; flies, blackbirds, echoes are only 'Stay At Homes' over July fourth vacation
College Eye 25:5, p.3
7/7/1933 Campus was quiet over the Fourth of July weekend.
96 Church services to be omitted Sunday
College Eye 25:4, p.1
6/30/1933 Because so few students will remain on campus over the Fourth of July weekend.
97 Hot weather is enough to cause enumeration of peeves
College Eye 21:39, p.2
7/11/1930 Considers golf, the heat, and the Fourth of July.
98 Editorially speaking
College Eye 20:40, p.2
7/3/1929 Believes there would be more school spirit if freshmen wore caps; explains why this issue of the College Eye is devoted to history of the U. S.
99 Bartlett Hall news; Bartlett Hall notes
College Eye 19:42, p.7
7/12/1928 Happenings in Bartlett Hall.
100 Picnic at Pines
College Eye 18:47, p.1
6/29/1927 For students staying on campus over July 4.


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