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Junior Class

Displaying 151 - 185 of 185
Title Date Summary
151 Junior Picnic
College Eye 7:6, p.5
10/27/1915 Held moonlight picnic.
152 Juniors are entertained; senior primary and kindergartners do homage to Class of 1916
College Eye 4:13, p.2
12/17/1914 Social gathering was held.
153 Juniors not dead yet; are first to appear with class monograms
College Eye 4:7, p.7
10/22/1914 Junior class elects officers and conducts other organizational business.
154 Class of 1916 organized
College Eye 4:5, p.5
10/8/1914 Officers elected.
155 Juniors
Hendrickson--H. E. (Student--1916)
Old Gold 0:0, p.101
6/1/1914 Illustration of a young man in a pin striped suit.
156 Organization of junior college classes
College Eye 3:3, p.52
9/17/1913 Officers elected.
157 Senior-Junior annual party
College Eye 2:22, p.3
3/6/1913 Program for Colonial-themed gathering provided.
158 Sr. primaries entertain Jr. primaries
College Eye 1:6, p.96
4/26/1911 The senior primaries entertained the junior primaries by dressing up as people from the 1860s.
159 Societies
College Eye 1:5, p.79
4/19/1911 A breakfast meeting of the Junior Domestic Scientists occurred on a Saturday morning.
160 Domestic Science class organized
Normal Eyte 21:20, p.356
2/15/1911 The officers of the junior class of the Department of Domestic Science were elected.
161 Senior primaries entertain; juniors are feted at April Fool party by 1910 graduates
Normal Eyte 20:27, p.448
4/6/1910 Presented entertainment on April Fool's Day theme.
162 The juniors were royally entertained
Normal Eyte 10:19, p.464
2/9/1901 Faculty host series of parties for the juniors.
163 A reception
Normal Eyte 10:18, p.438
2/2/1901 Faculty will hold reception for juniors.
164 Oratorical contest
Normal Eyte 10:10, p.235
11/17/1900 Urges as many students as possible to participate in the contest; urges classes to organize.
165 Now that our worthy editor
Normal Eyte 8:19, p.261
2/4/1899 Explains the wearing of purple by the Third Year Class.
166 The Third Years
Normal Eyte 5:7, p.53
11/2/1895 Have organized and elected W. E. Kyler as president.
167 We have been for some time
College Eye 4:11, p.171
11/24/1894 Class rivalries show up in chapel seating.
168 Third Year class song
Normal Eyte 3:36, p.289
6/23/1894 Text of class song.
169 Third Years, 1893
Normal Eyte 3:36, p.298
6/23/1894 Reminiscences from the Class of 1893.
170 The "vacuum" found
Normal Eyte 3:32, p.253
5/11/1894 A current senior looks back at the advice that last year's seniors gave.
171 The III Year class
Normal Eyte 3:22, p.175
2/24/1894 Elect representatives.
172 The III Year officers
Normal Eyte 3:19, p.151
2/3/1894 Roster of officers.
173 The Rhetorical Divisions of the junior classes
Normal Eyte 3:8, p.58
10/28/1893 Have been working on descriptive writing; example offered of a morning on a farm.
174 Advice to juniors
Achenbach--Mary B. (Class of 1893)
Normal Eyte 2:37, p.300
6/17/1893 Commencement oration.
175 Third Year poem
Blackburn--Clara J. (Class of 1893)
Normal Eyte 2:37, p.299
6/17/1893 Commencement oration.
176 The Third Year class
Normal Eyte 2:20, p.160
2/11/1893 Elect officers.
177 The Third Year class
Normal Eyte 2:18, p.144
1/28/1893 Elects officers.
178 That's right worthy, 3d years
Normal Eyte 2:10, p.80
11/15/1892 Appreciates serenade.
179 Yes, 'twas a pleasant evening prepared by those third year ladies
Normal Eyte 2:9, p.72
11/8/1892 Enjoyed picnic.
180 The jolly rovers
Normal Eyte 2:7, p.55
10/25/1892 Poetic account of a junior class picnic on the Cedar River.
181 Third Year class poem
Andrews--Lewis H.
Normal Eyte 1:21, p.170
6/7/1892 Commencement oration.
182 The ball game
Normal Eyte 1:17, p.132
5/10/1892 Detailed account of game won by Seniors over Juniors, 9-5; game slow to start because of lost ball; bicyclist goes to town to buy one.
183 A challenge
Normal Eyte 1:15, p.119
4/26/1892 Fourth Year class challenges Third Year and High School classes to a baseball game.
184 The third year class met
Normal Eyte 1:8, p.63
3/1/1892 Elected officers and class day committee.
185 Miss Maude Gilchrist
Students' Offering 3:9, p.7
12/1/1879 Miss Gilchrist and McGovern returned to complete their fourth year; Misses Rawstern, McManus, and Cooke will complete their third year.


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