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Hovey--Graham B. (Class of 1936)

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1 Major curriculum changes
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 2:0, p.193
7/1/1995 President Maucker attempts to include a greater exposure to international views into the curriculum with conferences and expanded foreign language and culture courses; photo.
2 Alumni Achievement Awards
Alumnus 66:4, p.4
12/1/1981 Profiles of Lynn Cutler, Graham Hovey, Jim Luhrs, and William Poston; photo.
3 Former reporter says journalists excessive
Northern Iowan 78:12, p.6
10/9/1981 Graham Hovey received an alumni achievement award at a luncheon on Saturday. Hovey graduated from Iowa State Teachers College (UNI) in 1936, and went on to become a successful journalist.
4 Variety of events planned for UNI alumni
Public Relations News Release 1981:57, p.1
9/24/1981 Alumni from Classes of 1931, 1941, and 1956 to be honored; roster of those to be honored with Alumni Achievement Awards and Alumni Service Awards; schedule of activities.
5 New York Times reporter
Public Relations News Release 1981:52, p.1
9/22/1981 Graham Hovey graduated from Iowa State Teachers College and is receiving a Alumni Achievement Award.
6 Germany's fate gets intense study at ISTC
Alumnus 42:2, p.2
5/1/1958 Students enjoy opportunity to hear differing viewpoints at conference; photo.
7 Germany's fate; ACCIA 1958 ISTC
College Eye 49:28, p.Insert 1
4/18/1958 All-College Conference on International Affairs discusses problems of German reunification; lengthy profiles of the speakers; program schedule.
8 Loveless to keynote ACCIA; he is one of 9 major parley guests
College Eye 49:27, p.1
4/11/1958 Graham Hovey will be summary speaker; roster of other speakers; photo.
9 Alumnus writes article in "New Republic"
College Eye 38:16, p.8
1/17/1947 Graham Hovey is assistant editor at the magazine.
10 Former College Eye writer takes position with "New Republic"
College Eye 38:12, p.4
12/6/1946 Profile of Graham Hovey.
11 Graham B. Hovey
Alumnus 29:2, p.22
4/1/1945 Is in the foreign service of the Associated Press, Washington, D. C. Mr. Hovey was a member of the news staff of the Waterloo Courier from 1938 to 1940, and had been overseas since 1942 as a war correspondent for International News Service.
12 Dr. and Mrs. Paul J. Laube, (Lavon Dunlea)
Alumnus 29:1, p.31
1/1/1945 Announce the birth of a son, William Douglas, born in India; preparing to go to China as medical workers. Their son, David, is in New Haven, Conn. While in Africa, the Laubes met Graham Hovey, and are currently living in the same house as Charles Uban.
13 Mrs. Hovey is librarian
Alumnus 28:2, p.22
4/1/1944 Mary Jean Landgraf Hovey is chief librarian of Cedar Falls library; Grace Neff joins ISTC staff.
14 Graham Hovey
Alumnus 28:1, p.25
1/1/1944 War correspondent in North Africa.
15 Civilian soldiers
Alumnus 27:4, p.21
10/1/1943 Brief notes on ISTC alumni and former students who are contributing to the war effort outside of military service.
16 Graham H. Hovey
Alumnus 27:3, p.25
7/1/1943 Foreign war correspondent for the International News Service in Africa; his wife is the former Mary Jean Landgraf, who is a librarian.
17 Former "Eye" editor risks life as war reporter
College Eye 34:34, p.1
6/25/1943 Graham Hovey has been town; recounts some of his adventures.
18 Hovey, former 'Eye' editor sails as war correspondent
College Eye 33:34, p.6
6/3/1942 Headed for undisclosed overseas assignment.
19 Mary Jean Landgraf and Graham Hovey
Alumnus 25:4, p.25
10/1/1941 Married on June 20, 1941. For the past year Mary has been a member of the Davenport, Iowa, public library staff. Graham is now state manager of the International News Service Bureau in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where they reside.
20 Panthers defend crown
Old Gold 0:0, p.210
6/1/1937 Coach Dickinson started the season with half of last year's squad and had to work on filling the gaps; photos.
21 Hovey initiated to Sigma Delta Chi's
College Eye 28:20, p.3
22 White, Blanchard named most valuable by board, coaches
Alumnus 20:4, p.20
10/1/1936 Roster of letter-winners, including first major letters in tennis.
23 Tracksters win second straight loop crown
Alumnus 20:3, p.19
7/1/1936 1936 season wrap-up.
24 Kings of the cinder path
Old Gold 0:0, p.206
6/1/1936 1936 track season schedule and highlights; photos.
25 Lambda Gamma Nu
Old Gold 0:0, p.62
6/1/1936 Description of activities, officers, and members; photos.
26 Tutor sprint section weak; Walgren, Alderman, Hinshaw only veterans back for squad
College Eye 27:37, p.6
4/3/1936 With last year's three leading men graduated, the Tutor track team is left short-handed on veterans.
27 Magic touch needed to point for track meet
Alumnus 20:2, p.17
4/1/1936 Done with Iowa Conference; season preview.
28 Schmelling tops distance squad for 1936 team; Lake, Hovey return to bolster Tutor Hall mile squad
College Eye 27:36, p.4
3/27/1936 ISTC is expected to be stronger in distance events this year; photo.
29 Life in a fraternity during Hell Week is a picnic, says preps
College Eye 27:25, p.1
12/20/1935 Description of hazing activities.
30 Gwendolyn Wescott has been elected managing editor of the College Eye
Public Relations News Release 1935:362, p.1
12/19/1935 Profile.
31 Wescott, Homan join Eye staff
College Eye 27:24, p.1
12/13/1935 Gwendolyn Wescott is managing editor; Elaine Homan is copy editor.
32 Hovey resigns from College Eye staff; to attend Minnesota
College Eye 27:21, p.1
33 Five Cedar Falls students and former students are represented in the fall issue of the Purple Pen
Public Relations News Release 1935:224, p.1
11/12/1935 Authors and titles of their contributions.
34 The Purple Pen will go on sale November 12
Public Relations News Release 1935:235, p.1
11/12/1935 The fall issue of the Purple Pen contains thirty-three contributions by twenty-eight authors.
35 Three students represent Waterloo in the fall issue of the Purple Pen
Public Relations News Release 1935:225, p.1
11/12/1935 Five Cedar Falls students are also represented.
36 "National press meeting fine," say delegates
College Eye 27:18, p.1
10/25/1935 Bob Fowler and Graham Hovey report on Chicago meeting.
37 Fifty-three receive awards for baseball, track competition
Alumnus 19:4, p.16
10/1/1935 Roster of letter winners.
38 New staff takes over College Eye
College Eye 27:12, p.1
9/9/1935 Roster of staff members.
39 Hesse, Hovey lead Writers' Club meeting
College Eye 27:48, p.3
7/12/1935 Students read from their own work.
40 Earle Meikle and Everett Scott were voted to be the men of greatest value
Public Relations News Release 1934:1108, p.1
6/16/1935 Letters and numerals for tennis, track, and baseball were announced by S. A. Lynch.
41 College Eye
Old Gold 0:0, p.130
6/1/1935 Letter from the staff, officers, and staff members; photos.
42 College Symphony Orchestra
Old Gold 0:0, p.194
6/1/1935 Brief description, officers, and members; photos.
43 Lambda Gamma Nu
Old Gold 0:0, p.214
6/1/1935 Organized in 1923; aims, advisors, officers, and members; photos.
44 Track
Old Gold 0:0, p.244
6/1/1935 1935 schedule and season highlights; photos.
45 The Teachers College track and field men will be entered in the state intercollegiate track meet
Public Relations News Release 1934:1095, p.1
5/31/1935 Nichols will compete in the 440 and White in the pole vault; photo.
46 I. I. A. C.
College Eye 26:44, p.136
5/24/1935 Results from track meets.
47 Track, tennis teams leave for Brookings; will compete for North Central loop titles
College Eye 26:44, p.136
5/24/1935 Teams head to South Dakota in pursuit of conference titles.
48 Coach Arthur Dickinson will send seventeen of his champions to the North Central conference meet
Public Relations News Release 1934:1078, p.1
5/23/1935 All men who scored points in the Iowa loop meet, plus four others were nominated.
49 Coe team takes triangular meet
College Eye 26:43, p.4
5/17/1935 Panthers finish second to Coe in track meet; set records.
50 The Teachers College will enter thirty-six men in the triangular track meet
Public Relations News Release 1934:1059, p.2
5/16/1935 Panther entries.


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