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Ice Skating

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51 Annual ice carnival planned for next week
College Eye 36:17, p.1
1/19/1945 At Prexy's Pond.
52 Saturday becomes winter sports time
College Eye 36:17, p.3
1/19/1945 Students enjoy Prexy's Pond; photo.
53 Skiing supplies credit for fun loving co-eds
College Eye 36:15, p.3
12/22/1944 Professor Short teaches a winter sports class.
54 The Line
College Eye 36:12, p.4
12/1/1944 Campus news and gossip.
55 The campus parade
Old Gold 0:0, p.222
6/1/1944 Photo.
56 The campus parade
Old Gold 0:0, p.224
6/1/1944 Summary of the school year; photo.
57 Carl Westerling's skaters feature of Winter Frolic
College Eye 33:20, p.3
2/13/1942 Description of the skating entertainment.
58 Winter Frolic Saturday night
College Eye 33:19, p.3
2/6/1942 Entertainment at Prexy's Pond.
59 Winter frolic features fancy ice skating
College Eye 33:18, p.3
1/30/1942 Dorms will present skits.
60 "Winter wonderland" returns
College Eye 30:20, p.1
2/17/1939 Roskopf and Messersmith enjoy ice skating; photo.
61 Called Shots
College Eye 29:9, p.6
11/5/1937 Encourages administration to prepare a pond on which students can ice skate.
62 Dig out your red flannels and skates; ice carnival soon
College Eye 28:20, p.3
2/12/1937 To be held at Prexy's Pond.
63 Untitled
Alumnus 21:1, p.Cover
1/1/1937 Students preparing to go ice skating; photo.
64 Survey to be conducted by experts soon
College Eye 28:12, p.4
12/4/1936 Of physical education departments; students skating on new pond.
65 Bullfrogs, snipes are busy moving into campus home
College Eye 27:4, p.1
6/19/1936 Description of the new pond; measures about 50 X 80 yards; depth will be about four feet; will hold 525,000 gallons of water.
66 January
Old Gold 0:0, p.148
6/1/1936 Photo of students preparing to ice skate.
67 Construct campus "classroom" for canoeing classes
College Eye 27:1, p.2
5/22/1936 Description of what will be called Prexy's Pond.
68 Panther Tales
College Eye 23:26, p.4
1/15/1932 Talks briefly about wrestling, Teachers College High School basketball, intramurals, and a possible ice skating rink west of Bartlett Hall.
69 Students forget lessons; skate at park tonight; first college Ice Carnival to be staged at Washington Park skating rink; plan interclass contests
College Eye 21:16, p.1
1/24/1930 Lots of fun promised at winter carnival.
70 "Skate awhile for fun" shout students on way
College Eye 21:15, p.1
1/17/1930 Will hold winter carnival at Washington Park.
71 A new type of collegiate social activity
Public Relations News Release 1929:144, p.1
1/16/1930 Student Council announced that an ice carnival will be held at Washington Park.
72 Many of the students have been skating
College Eye 10:7, p.3
11/27/1918 The ice is not very thick but is good enough.
73 A skating rink?
College Eye 9:10, p.4
11/28/1917 Believes that a skating rink would be a benefit to students attending Teachers College.
74 Student Council
College Eye 8:14, p.3
1/17/1917 News from Student Council meeting; hope to have ice skating rink; planning to write constitution.
75 The skating rink suggestion
College Eye 8:14, p.8
1/17/1917 Athletic field will be flooded to make a rink.
76 Juniors had a grand time
College Eye 7:14, p.2
1/19/1916 Junior class holds skating party.
77 Jasper Thompson
College Eye 3:16, p.278
1/22/1914 Informed that his brother drowned while ice skating.
78 Miss Nell Kinney
College Eye 3:15, p.264
1/15/1914 Hosted a party for some of her friends.
79 The matter of flooding our athletic field
Normal Eyte 21:16, p.283
1/18/1911 Trying to find equipment to flood field for skating.
80 Miss Whitney
Normal Eyte 8:20, p.280
2/11/1899 Had skating accident.
81 Twas good skating weather
Normal Eyte 8:14, p.196
82 Skating is now a favorite amusement
Normal Eyte 8:12, p.169
83 Athletic; Athletic Association
Boardman--Benjamin (Business Manager)
Normal Eyte 7:35, p.42
6/11/1898 History of athletics at the school; current athletic records.
84 Where is our skating pond
Normal Eyte 7:14, p.170
12/11/1897 Proposes creating pond on Dry Run Creek.
85 Dame nature
Normal Eyte 6:22, p.261
3/20/1897 Alternating thaw and freeze makes for good skating conditions.
86 The skating rink
Normal Eyte 6:19, p.224
2/13/1897 Has not worked out this year.
87 Frequent were the visits
Normal Eyte 6:13, p.152
12/12/1896 Students enjoy skating on Cedar River.
88 A great many
Normal Eyte 6:11, p.129
11/21/1896 Enjoyed ice skating.
89 Athletic Department
Normal Eyte 6:11, p.126
11/21/1896 Skating rink just about completed; ISNS defeats Cedar Valley Seminary, 12-0; second team defeats Reinbeck, 28-10.
90 The snowstorm of last week
Normal Eyte 6:9, p.98
11/7/1896 Urges students to support a skating rink again this year.
91 Athletic Department
Normal Eyte 5:35, p.353
6/24/1896 Report on athletic activities for 1895-1896, including report on first football team.
92 Moonlight nights
Normal Eyte 5:17, p.154
2/1/1896 Students enjoying winter weather.
93 The skating pond
Normal Eyte 5:16, p.143
1/25/1896 Students enjoying the skating.
94 What is the latest illustration
Normal Eyte 5:15, p.132
1/18/1896 Enjoying skating pond.
95 We are going to have a skating pond
Normal Eyte 5:13, p.113
12/14/1895 Preparing rink on Hill.
96 Seek not the river too frequently
Normal Eyte 5:12, p.106
12/7/1895 Ice not thick enough for skating.
97 Get out your coasters and your skates
Normal Eyte 5:10, p.77
11/23/1895 Snow is coming.
98 Skating must be fine now
Normal Eyte 4:14, p.218
1/5/1895 Many head for the river.
99 As we sat busily working last Saturday
Normal Eyte 4:12, p.187
12/1/1894 Would like to have time to go skating.
100 Don't miss the skating
Normal Eyte 3:15, p.119
1/6/1894 Some exercise will help with the studying.


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