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Hayes--Harry Gordon (Class of 1905)

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Title Date Summary
1 Hayes, graduate speaks to ICEE
College Eye 45:11, p.1
11/20/1953 H. Gordon Hayes will speak to economics group.
2 H. Gordon Hayes
Alumnus 36:4, p.14
12/1/1952 Retired from teaching at Ohio State university.
3 Harry G. Hayes
Alumnus 22:4, p.21
10/1/1938 Professor of economics at the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.
4 Harry Gordon Hayes
College Eye 7:31, p.5
5/24/1916 Harry Hayes will be an Assistant Professor of Economics at Yale.
5 Official
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
College Eye 7:30, p.6
5/17/1916 Faculty and alumni news; news of other colleges.
6 The Twin City I. S. T. C. Association
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Quarterly News Letter to the Alumni 0:0, p.1
4/1/1915 The Twin City I.S.T.C. Association held it's annual banquet at St. Paul on March 3, There were some sixty members present, and a fine time was had by all
7 Harry G. Hayes
Normal Eyte 19:25, p.394
4/14/1909 Studying at University of Michigan.
8 Mr. Harry G. Hayes
Normal Eyte 18:6, p.92
10/16/1907 Enrolled as a law student at the University of Michigan.
9 Harry G. Hayes
Normal Eyte 17:20, p.315
2/13/1907 Principal in Montana.
10 Leigh Robinson
Normal Eyte 12:35, p.560
6/6/1906 Normalites meet for reunion in Montana.
11 A wedding of interest
Normal Eyte 16:33, p.526
5/23/1906 Harry Hayes married Grace Bunnell.
12 Harry G. Hayes
Normal Eyte 16:12, p.188
11/29/1905 Principal at Augusta, Montana.
13 The Shake-Aristo banquet
Normal Eyte 15:34, p.543
6/3/1905 Had a good time in Waterloo.
14 Ames-Normal debate won by Normal
Normal Eyte Annual 0:0, p.68
6/1/1905 Debate was held on November fourth; photo.
15 Repertoire Club
Muhs--Winifred (Class fo 1906)
Normal Eyte Annual 0:0, p.72
6/1/1905 For students with three or more terms of elocution; photo.
16 Harry Hayes
Normal Eyte 15:33, p.526
5/24/1905 Returned from Minnesota.
17 Aristo
Normal Eyte 15:30, p.477
5/3/1905 Provides a recap of the recent Aristo meeting.
18 Repertoire Club recital; Romeo and Juliet and David Garrick presented; the Club, assisted by Orchestra, present plays in a masterly way
Normal Eyte 15:30, p.468
5/3/1905 The recent dramatic productions of the Repertoire Club were a great success.
19 Harry Hayes
Normal Eyte 15:28, p.447
4/19/1905 Sprained his ankle and hopes to be back to school soon.
20 Aristo
Normal Eyte 15:27, p.428
4/12/1905 Provides a recap of the recent Aristo meeting.
21 At Ames
Normal Eyte 15:27, p.431
4/12/1905 Men enjoy banquet.
22 Oratorical contest
Hayes--Harry Gordon (Class of 1905)
Normal Eyte 15:24, p.369
3/22/1905 In the recent oratorical contest, Macy Campbell won first, John Cherny second, and Jay Colegrove third.
23 Repertoire classes organize
Normal Eyte 15:20, p.313
2/15/1905 Members of Professor Pierce's repertoire classes have developed a club.
24 Harry Gordon Hayes; alternate, whose earnest assistance helped win the victory
Normal Eyte 15:10, p.147
11/9/1904 Harry Gordon Hayes; photo.
25 Normal wins Ames-Normal debate; Pedagogs successfully uphold asset currency--both teams do great debating; Ames the favorite through the first set of
Normal Eyte 15:10, p.145
11/9/1904 I. S. N. S. won the ninth debate against Ames; detailed description of the debate; photo.
26 Democrats get busy; organize to promote principles of democracy; strong set of officers is chosen
Normal Eyte 15:7, p.97
10/22/1904 A democrat club has been formed to promote the principles of the Democratic party and aid in election of its candidates; new officers were elected.
27 Ames debaters chosen; Johnson, Colegrove, and Mantle capture places on team-Hayes alternate
Normal Eyte 15:5, p.65
10/8/1904 After a preliminary debate, the team members who will face Ames were chosen.
28 Resolutions
Normal Eyte 15:5, p.70
10/8/1904 The Aristos express their sorrow and extend their sympathy to the family of John Furry who died recently.
29 Now for Ames; each society chooses two debaters
Normal Eyte 14:35, p.553
6/4/1904 Orios select Dallas Johnson and Charles Simmers; Philos select Carl Misseldine and Tom Conley; Aristos select H. G. Hayes and Carl Hoyt.
30 Oratorical contest; Macy Campbell first, Albert Colegrove second, and J. A. Yeager third
Normal Eyte 14:24, p.370
3/5/1904 Report and judging card for the recent oratorical contest.
31 Aristo
Normal Eyte 14:22, p.346
2/20/1904 Presented parodies of Valentine's Day verse.
32 The chosen ones will orate
Normal Eyte 14:22, p.347
2/20/1904 President Seerley announced the eight orators and their topics.
33 A large audience gathered
Normal Eyte 14:21, p.335
2/13/1904 Aristos presented Dickens program.
34 Aristo
Normal Eyte 14:18, p.281
1/23/1904 D. B. McIlravy was elected president.
35 Aristo
Normal Eyte 14:6, p.90
10/10/1903 Aristos select officers for the term.
36 Aristo
Normal Eyte 14:4, p.58
9/26/1903 The Aristos address athletics.
37 Aristo
Normal Eyte 14:2, p.27
9/12/1903 Many new members in the Aristo society.
38 Society
Normal Eyte 13:27, p.424
4/11/1903 Zetas gave faculty program; Aristos hold American program; Chrestos gave gossip program; Alphas have Japanese program.
39 Oratorical contest
Thompson--Clara
Normal Eyte 13:23, p.364
3/4/1903 Account of the contest.
40 Oratorical contest; great interest aroused--tickets now on sale--the event of the season
Normal Eyte 13:21, p.323
2/21/1903 Urges students to buy tickets to the competition.
41 Society
Normal Eyte 13:20, p.314
2/14/1903 Alphas installed officers; Shakes have French program; Clios have Italian program; Zetas hear papers.
42 Oratorical
Normal Eyte 13:18, p.286
1/31/1903 Roster of those who will compete for the interstate oratorical contest.
43 Society oratorical contest; three men's societies contest for points--Orio five points--Aristos four points--Philos one point--an interesting program
Normal Eyte 13:11, p.164
11/15/1902 Account of the contest; score sheet.

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