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Fritzel--Melvin Roy (Class of 1930; Physical Education Faculty)

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1 Mr. and Mrs. Melvin R. Fritzel
Alumnus 32:1, p.26
1/1/1948 The parents of John Charles, who was born on July 2, 1947.
2 Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fritzel
Alumnus 31:4, p.28
10/1/1947 Announce the birth of a son; reside in Grundy Center, Iowa.
3 The Panthers--1927 version
Alumnus 31:4, p.4
10/1/1947 1927 football team; photo.
4 Melvin Fritzel signs as head coach at Independence, Iowa
College Eye 27:49, p.4
7/19/1935 Profile of Melvin Fritzel.
5 Sport Shorts
College Eye 27:49, p.4
7/19/1935 Following unexpected resignation of Johnny Baker, football head coach position not filled; candidates for the job narrowed to three.
6 "You can tell 'em this for me - this is one ball game I can't lose"
Public Relations News Release 1934:1081, p.1
5/24/1935 Coach Whitford will pick a team of Panther All-Stars to play the current varsity squad.
7 'Munn' can't lose in varsity-grad game
College Eye 26:44, p.136
5/24/1935 Varsity team will play former students.
8 Don Blanchard ranks as one of the greatest shortstop players ever
Public Relations News Release 1934:1009, p.1
4/11/1935 Short profile of Don Blanchard.
9 Teachers College basketball players close the Iowa conference season tonight
Public Relations News Release 1934:937, p.1
2/28/1935 The game against Penn college will be the last for Kenneth Kimberlin.
10 The Teachers College basketball team opens its championship campaign here against Penn College tomorrow
Public Relations News Release 1934:751, p.1
12/17/1934 Using a combination of four forwards and a center, Coach Dickinson must produce a scoring punch and an efficient defense.
11 The Teachers College cagers see nothing but trouble ahead when they meet Penn College tomorrow
Public Relations News Release 1934:749, p.2
12/17/1934 Lack of size and experience gives Dickinson's team only an outside chance of extending the invading quintet.
12 Faced with two games in three days, the basketball team took their final workout yesterday
Public Relations News Release 1934:748, p.1
12/16/1934 The basketball squad will take on Penn College on Tuesday, and Coe College on Thursday.
13 The Teachers College Panthers are still pleasantly stunned by their one point upset
Public Relations News Release 1934:743, p.1
12/10/1934 Coach Dickinson has made a few changes in the starting lineup.
14 Wonder who will be the most valuable Tutor athlete in 1947?; bronze plaques tell sports history since 1929
College Eye 26:22, p.4
11/23/1934 Plaques installed in Men's Gymnasium list most valuable athletes.
15 McCaffrie is coach at Dubuque
Alumnus 18:4, p.14
10/1/1934 John R. McCaffrie is head football coach at University of Dubuque.
16 Sixteen grads of 1934 earn coaching jobs; eight graduates of former years also going to new positions
College Eye 26:10, p.4
8/10/1934 Roster of those who have found jobs.
17 Eight graduates of former years are going to new positions in the fall
Public Relations News Release 1934:577, p.2
8/6/1934 Sixteen graduates from the past year also have coaching jobs for the coming school year.
18 Cagers to invade Oskaloosa
Public Relations News Release 1932:380, p.1
2/9/1934 After defeating the Luther and Simpson college teams, the basketball team will now take on Penn college, in Oskaloosa, this Saturday night.
19 Physical Education for Men
Alumnus 17:4, p.6
10/1/1933 Profile of department and its head, L. L. Mendenhall; photo.
20 John Baker to make pans for the coming football season
Public Relations News Release 1932:344, p.1
7/28/1933 Baker was recently selected to take over as head football mentor in a reorganized coaching staff, and will in September start work on the coming season.
21 Melvin Fritzel accepts position at Penn College
College Eye 25:5, p.1
7/7/1933 Profile of Melvin Fritzel, who has coached at ISTC.
22 Coaches and instructors at the Teachers College
Old Gold 0:0, p.126
6/1/1933 Profiles and photos.
23 Freshman squads
Old Gold 0:0, p.144
6/1/1933 Photos.
24 Physical Education
Old Gold 0:0, p.32
6/1/1933 History and aims of the department; photos.
25 Varsity basketball team
Old Gold 0:0, p.133
6/1/1933 Schedule and 1933 season highlights; photos.
26 Spring track program coming to an end soon
Public Relations News Release 1932:312, p.1
5/14/1933 May 19-20, the college will play host to the Iowa conference in their annual track and field meet. This will bring together approximately 200 athletes from the conference schools. Iowa conference tennis tournament will be held the same weekend.
27 Varsity and freshman track
Public Relations News Release 1932:306, p.1
5/10/1933 Saturday May 13, varsity and freshman track teams will compete with Coe and Cornell colleges in their annual triangular meet.
28 Varsity and frosh cinder squads meet in annual contest
College Eye 24:31, p.4
5/5/1933 Panther track squad was involved with the South Dakota Relays.
29 Annual track and field meet
Public Relations News Release 1932:296, p.1
5/1/1933 Coach Fritzel's entire freshman squad and Coach Bender's varsity team (those who did not compete in the South Dakota relays) will compete in as many events as possible on May 4 and 5.
30 Fritzel drills frosh squad; five sprinters head dash group; Pingel; Allen distance aces
College Eye 24:28, p.4
4/14/1933 Coach Fritzel finds track men he is looking for.
31 Spring grid drills open with Baker at Helm; twenty report at first spring football drills; aspirants for 1933 squad are slated for stiff workouts
College Eye 24:26, p.4
3/31/1933 Panther football squad has first spring drill. Members of last year's football squad will return for more competition, but are either out for a spring sport or not in school. Several lettermen are in the group reporting.
32 Freshmen track men report; conditioning work carried on inside until weather moderates
College Eye 24:24, p.4
3/17/1933 Many track men are working out daily. The team has been going through calisthenics drills indoors.
33 Coach Whitford picks and all-star baseball team
Public Relations News Release 1932:268, p.1
3/1/1933 The 1933 baseball team will be composed of men he has coached for at least two years and beginning as far back as 1926.
34 Basketball players currently hold 2nd place
Public Relations News Release 1932:253, p.1
2/17/1933 Basketball team currently hold the 2nd place position in Iowa conference basketball race. Photo
35 Basketball players still fighting for honors
Public Relations News Release 1932:254, p.1
2/17/1933 Panthers hold second in the conference but they still are considered to be strong contenders for the conference flag.
36 Panthers win home finale; Fritzel's men rally in final minutes to nose out Simpson team
College Eye 24:20, p.4
2/17/1933 Panthers beat Simpson, 26-22. This will keep these men in first place in the Iowa Conference race.
37 Panthers head to foreign courts
Public Relations News Release 1932:240, p.1
2/15/1933 With six conference basketball victories and no defeats, and completion of their home schedule, the basketball team will visit other schools.
38 Panthers will invade Decorah
Public Relations News Release 1932:245, p.1
2/15/1933 Panthers will play Luther College in Decorah Wednesday, February 22; will have bearings on chances of conference basketball title.
39 Panthers play final home game tonight; Fritzel's cagers lead Iowa loop by Stanley Dean figures
College Eye 24:19, p.4
2/10/1933 St. Ambrose College is tied with Teachers on a percentage basis, but the Davenport school has played weaker teams than has Teachers and as a result is ranked lower according to Stanley Dean figures.
40 Tutors meet Columbia five here tomorrow; Dubuque team will seek revenge for early defeat
College Eye 24:18, p.4
2/3/1933 Panthers must overcome the tendency to let down in the second half to win this game. Coach Fritzel is letting the men rest and not have practice to be ready for the game.
41 Basketball five meet against Columbia
Public Relations News Release 1932:232, p.1
2/1/1933 With four consecutive victories and no defeats, the Panther basketball team will play against the Columbia quintet of Dubuque.
42 Panther quintet will battle Parsons on local court tonight to determine conference lead; cagers are scheduled for contest with Penn Monday night
College Eye 24:17, p.1
1/27/1933 Panthers will meet the Parsons College quintet in basketball. Coach Fritzel has a feeling that the Parsons will be strong at their game.
43 And then again, maybe golf balls would be better!
College Eye 24:16, p.4
1/20/1933 Coach Whitford wants to give his freshmen a better chance of making a basket.
44 Panthers win loop opener; Fritzel's cagers lost first two engagements, then win two
College Eye 24:15, p.4
1/13/1933 TC beat Columbia College 49-17. Panthers played their first game at home and scored a 28-22 win over Hamline University.
45 Teachers will play Norse here on Wednesday; Norsemen are expected to prove severe test to coach Fritzel
College Eye 24:15, p.4
1/13/1933 TC will go up against their strongest competition in the Iowa Conference. Coach Fritzel is satisfied with the defense, but is now concentrating on offense.
46 The Iowa Teachers basketeers meet against Luther College Norsemen
Public Relations News Release 1932:211, p.1
1/13/1933 The basketball team will play the Luther College Norsemen on January 18. Coach Fritzel is encouraged by the improvement his team has made but feels that the team will have to work to win.
47 The Panthers go to Iowa conference competition.
Public Relations News Release 1932:216, p.1
1/13/1933 On January 27, the Panthers meet Parsons College in basketball. The Panthers are tied with St. Ambrose; both are undefeated and in the first place conference standings.
48 Coach Melvin Fritzel's Iowa State Teachers College cagers
Public Relations News Release 1932:195, p.1
1/2/1933 Basketball team prepares for match with Columbia.
49 Eighteen freshmen get numerals
Alumnus 17:1, p.23
1/1/1933 List of football numeral winners.
50 Grads brave rain to attend Homecoming
Fuller--Albert C. (Class of 1899; Extension Faculty; Alumni Director)
Alumnus 17:1, p.13
1/1/1933 Alumni Association decides not to attempt further organization at this time.


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