IndexUNI: Database of University Articles

Influenza

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151 Helen Kubik, Rhea Sylvester, and Pauline Schwartz
College Eye 11:19, p.8
2/11/1920 Hospitalized due to influenza.
152 Last week Marion Egan
College Eye 11:19, p.8
2/11/1920 Went to her home in Waterloo; suffering from influenza.
153 Miss Rose Smith
College Eye 11:19, p.8
2/11/1920 Suffering from influenza.
154 Pauline Schwartz
College Eye 11:19, p.8
2/11/1920 Was hospitalized with the flu.
155 Upper Iowa here Friday!; old rivals clash; big game of season; loyal T. C. boosters will be there; Wesleyan here Monday
College Eye 11:19, p.1
2/11/1920 Previous game with Dubuque called off because of influenza.
156 S-Ley belles
College Eye 11:18, p.8
2/4/1920 News notes from the boarding house.
157 Bartlett Hall
College Eye 11:17, p.8
1/28/1920 News from the dormitory.
158 We can be thankful
College Eye 11:17, p.8
1/28/1920 Roster of students hospitalized with influenza; outbreak not as widespread as last year; there have been some mumps cases.
159 Olive Reed
Alumni News Letter 3:3, p.8
7/1/1919 Olive Reed died December 14, 1918, from heart failure caused by influenza.
160 Student Army Training Corps
Old Gold 0:0, p.156
6/1/1919 Description of the training program; group photographs; individual photographs with captions; photo.
161 Mabel Clayre Harkin
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.3
4/1/1919 Mabel Clayre Harkin died in January from influenza.
162 Myrtle Edna Maloney
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.3
4/1/1919 Myrtle Edna Maloney died February 20, 1919, from influenza and pneumonia.
163 Professor Reuben McKitrick
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.4
4/1/1919 Reuben McKitrick, head of Economics Department, was granted sick leave due to influenza. Dr. David I. Green will take his place.
164 Dr. Underwood
College Eye 10:14, p.3
2/12/1919 Has overcome the "flu" and has returned to work.
165 Maud Knoop
College Eye 10:13, p.4
2/5/1919 Is home ill with influenza.
166 Miss Annie Teerink, critic in training
College Eye 10:13, p.4
2/5/1919 Has returned to school after a bout with the "flu".
167 Professor Underwood
College Eye 10:13, p.4
2/5/1919 For the past week has been in the hospital with the "flu".
168 In memoriam
College Eye 10:12, p.4
1/29/1919 Stella Maiden died of influenza.
169 Miss Mary Martin of the College Library
College Eye 10:12, p.5
1/29/1919 Librarian returned to work after bout with the "flu".
170 Grace Barnes
College Eye 10:10, p.4
1/15/1919 Critical influenza condition is improving.
171 The flu epidemic has improved
College Eye 10:10, p.4
1/15/1919 Improvements in some sections of the state allow study center work to resume.
172 Maud Miller
College Eye 10:9, p.5
1/8/1919 Was called home; influenza; father died.
173 Miss Cleo Boughton
College Eye 10:9, p.6
1/8/1919 Due to the "flu", was unable to return to school.
174 Miss Irene Guetzloff, critic in the Training School
College Eye 10:9, p.5
1/8/1919 Was unable to return; has influenza.
175 Deaths 11
Alumni News Letter 3:1, p.5
1/1/1919 Ina Rue died September 29, 1918 following an attack of influenza.
176 Deaths 17
Alumni News Letter 3:1, p.6
1/1/1919 Viola Chase died of Spanish influenza December 30, 1918.
177 Deaths 2
Alumni News Letter 3:1, p.5
1/1/1919 Carl Severin, age 37, died during influenza epidemic.
178 Deaths 20
Alumni News Letter 3:1, p.6
1/1/1919 Elizabeth Black died of influenza October 14, 1918.
179 Deaths 22
Alumni News Letter 3:1, p.6
1/1/1919 Edna E. Goetze's husband died from influenza.
180 Deaths 24
Alumni News Letter 3:1, p.6
1/1/1919 Florence Krattet died of Spanish influenza during Christmas holidays.
181 Deaths 3
Alumni News Letter 3:1, p.5
1/1/1919 Esther Knittel, age 23, died in October during influenza epidemic.
182 Deaths 7
Alumni News Letter 3:1, p.5
1/1/1919 Jennie M. Sanders died October 19, 1918, from Spanish influenza.
183 Deaths 9
Alumni News Letter 3:1, p.5
1/1/1919 Louise M. Methfessel, age 25, died of complications following Spanish influenza November 27, 1918.
184 From Samuel F. Hersey
College Eye 10:8, p.2
12/11/1918 Tells of experience in military service in France.
185 In 1916 the public schools were closed
College Eye 10:8, p.2
12/11/1918 Reasons for school closings and suggestion for prevention; believes much sickness could be avoided by providing proper ventilation of school houses.
186 Miss Alice Kister who has been convalescing
College Eye 10:6, p.3
11/20/1918 After two months in the hospital with influenza, she returned home to Monona.
187 Died: Mihran H. Mardigian
College Eye 10:5, p.4
11/13/1918 Died of influenza and pneumonia; had hoped to return to his native Armenia.
188 Lecture Committee has its problems; unusual conditions of the country have placed additional burdens upon it
College Eye 10:5, p.1
11/13/1918 Committee having difficulty in securing entertainment.
189 College High School has strong team; men proving their mettle; good schedule ahead
College Eye 10:4, p.1
11/6/1918 All games scheduled to this point were cancelled; still some games remaining on the schedule.
190 Died-Jennie Merle Sanders
College Eye 10:4, p.2
11/6/1918 Principal of Upper Intermediate Training School at the Minnesota State Normal School died on October 19th from influenza.
191 Nita Wehr
College Eye 10:4, p.3
11/6/1918 Freshman in hospital with influenza.
192 Olga Bartholomew
College Eye 10:4, p.3
11/6/1918 Return to college after acting as nurse to mother and sister.
193 Phoebe Cowan
College Eye 10:4, p.3
11/6/1918 Swea City mathematics teacher on vacation three weeks due to quarantine.
194 Almost all of the victims of the 'flu
College Eye 10:3, p.3
10/30/1918 Nearly all have been released.
195 Post surgeon lifts S. A. T. C. quarantine; first weekend passes granted to men on Saturday and Sunday
College Eye 10:3, p.1
10/30/1918 Description of SATC quarters, equipment, and officer staff.
196 Pres. Seerley delivers "war aims" lecture; danger point of epidemic is past; chapel exercises being held as before
College Eye 10:3, p.1
10/30/1918 Text of address; speaks on "The American College and the American Soldier."
197 Regular activities resumed on Monday; S. A. T. C. students and faculty attend the first number of the course
College Eye 10:3, p.1
10/30/1918 Mayo brothers make anti-influenza serum available; some believe that the disease has run its course; others believe it will persist during the winter.
198 College students well cared for
College Eye 10:2, p.4
10/23/1918 ISTC students faring well during influenza epidemic; Board of Education has taken steps for their care.
199 Flu triumphs over football game; Teachers-Coe game cancelled
College Eye 10:2, p.1
10/23/1918 Due to influenza, Coach Glasener could not field a full team.
200 Franklin Green
College Eye 10:2, p.3
10/23/1918 Home from University of Iowa University, which is closed due to influenza.

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