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McCaffrie--John R. (Class of 1934)

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1 John Mack (McCaffrie)
Alumnus 21:4, p.27
10/1/1937 Head coach of football, track, and wrestling at the Iowa Training School for Boys in Eldora, Iowa.
2 McCaffrie, Miller remain at Dubuque
College Eye 26:41, p.4
5/3/1935 Will retain their positions at Dubuque University.
3 Iowa schools hire all but three of 1934 coaching majors
Alumnus 18:4, p.14
10/1/1934 Sixteen of nineteen 1934 graduates are coaching this year; survey of success in locating jobs in this field in recent years.
4 McCaffrie is coach at Dubuque
Alumnus 18:4, p.14
10/1/1934 John R. McCaffrie is head football coach at University of Dubuque.
5 Raburn "Hap" Miller accepted an assistant football coaching position
Public Relations News Release 1934:596, p.1
9/9/1934 Profile
6 Commencement address delivered by S. A. Lynch
Public Relations News Release 1934:589, p.5
8/24/1934 Program for the ceremony.
7 Sixteen grads of 1934 earn coaching jobs; eight graduates of former years also going to new positions
College Eye 26:10, p.4
8/10/1934 Roster of those who have found jobs.
8 Eight graduates of former years are going to new positions in the fall
Public Relations News Release 1934:577, p.2
8/6/1934 Sixteen graduates from the past year also have coaching jobs for the coming school year.
9 Of the nineteen graduates, sixteen already have coaching positions this fall
Public Relations News Release 1934:572, p.1
8/5/1934 The remaining three graduates have contracts under consideration.
10 Athletic trophies presented at special assembly
Alumnus 18:3, p.24
7/1/1934 Letters, MVP awards, and other honors announced for 1933-1934 season; photo.
11 Spartans' coach; will assume his duties at Dubuque University September 8
College Eye 26:3, p.4
6/22/1934 Profile of John McCaffrie; photo.
12 1934 "I" Club
Old Gold 0:0, p.151
6/1/1934 The "TC" Club was formed in 1927; purpose and officers; photo.
13 Blue Key
Old Gold 0:0, p.174
6/1/1934 The Blue Key was established in 1932; purpose, officers, and members; photos.
14 Five campus secrets are finally revealed
Public Relations News Release 1934:511, p.2
6/1/1934 The 1934 Old Gold was distribued.
15 Graduates
Old Gold 0:0, p.78
6/1/1934 Graduate photos.
16 Phi Sigma Epsilon
Old Gold 0:0, p.221
6/1/1934 Founded in 1899; officers; purpose, and members; photos.
17 The College Eye
Old Gold 0:0, p.138
6/1/1934 Description of duties, officers, staff, and awards; photos.
18 Tutor Stars
Old Gold 0:0, p.116
6/1/1934 Photos.
19 Varsity baseball squad
Old Gold 0:0, p.248
6/1/1934 1934 schedule, outstanding players, and team members; photos.
20 Varsity football squad
Old Gold 0:0, p.240
6/1/1934 1933 schedule and season highlights; photos.
21 Eye is rated All-American in national meet; newspaper wins 845 out of possible 1000 points
College Eye 25:44, p.1
5/25/1934 Contest run by National Scholastic Press association.
22 Eye vacancies filled by two; Byerly, Schmidt appointed as summer term officers
College Eye 25:43, p.1
5/18/1934 Helen Byerly will be summer managing editor; Margaret will be summer society editor.
23 Baseball team meets conference foe
Public Relations News Release 1934:457, p.1
5/2/1934 This Wednesday the college baseball team will play against Simpson college of Indianola.
24 Regular workouts have begun
Public Relations News Release 1932:394, p.1
3/1/1934 Coach Whitford has many candidates for positions on the 1934 baseball team; eleven games have already been booked for the season.
25 Varsity men awarded letters
Alumnus 18:1, p.20
1/1/1934 Roster of twenty-two men awarded football letters for 1933.
26 Once upon a time Steiner and McCaffrie centered for Layden; "after a fashion," they say with becoming modesty
College Eye 25:25, p.4
12/21/1933 Two I.S.T.C. students played on the practice field for the new coach at Notre Dame.
27 Varsity football men honored by faculty
College Eye 25:24, p.3
12/15/1933 Faculty Men's Club holds banquet.
28 Baker seeks scoring punch; grills ends and backs on duties; Snyder, Smalling raise hopes
College Eye 25:19, p.4
11/3/1933 Coach Baker remodels Panther team in anticipation of meeting with Simpson; photo.
29 Blue Key, honor fraternity, will initiate six men
College Eye 25:15, p.1
10/6/1933 Roster of new members.
30 Blue Key will initiate pledges; banquet will be held in Commons building October 12
College Eye 25:14, p.1
9/29/1933 Brief profiles of six new initiates.
31 Staff return to publish 'Eye'
College Eye 25:12, p.1
9/11/1933 Short profiles of those who hold major positions on the school paper.
32 The Jones system to be used to decieve opposing teams
Public Relations News Release 1932:356, p.1
8/14/1933 Baker, head football coach, announced that he will teach his team with a well know but seldom solved mixture of football deception and precision. This style he picked while playing in Southern California.
33 New coach has eight lettermen, stiff schedule
Alumnus 17:3, p.21
7/1/1933 1933 football season preview.
34 Five men are elected to Blue Key fraternity
College Eye 25:1, p.1
6/5/1933 Brief profiles of new members.
35 "I" Club
Old Gold 0:0, p.189
6/1/1933 Officers, history, purpose, and members; organized in 1927 when athletic letter changes from TC to I; photos.
36 Phi Sigma Epsilon
Old Gold 0:0, p.232
6/1/1933 Officers, history, purpose, members, and pledges; began as Hoboes in 1899; changed to Alpha Theta Beta in 1924; became Phi Sigma Epsilon in 1931; photos.
37 Varsity football squad
Old Gold 0:0, p.127
6/1/1933 Schedule, team roster, and 1932 season highlights; photos.
38 Spring track program coming to an end soon
Public Relations News Release 1932:312, p.1
5/14/1933 May 19-20, the college will play host to the Iowa conference in their annual track and field meet. This will bring together approximately 200 athletes from the conference schools. Iowa conference tennis tournament will be held the same weekend.
39 New staff edits this issue of 'Eye'
College Eye 24:32, p.1
5/12/1933 Roster of new College Eye staff.
40 Student newspaper will All-American honors
Public Relations News Release 1932:289, p.1
4/24/1933 In a nation-wide contest conducted by the National Scholastic Press, the College Eye won the highest rating attainable. This is the second time that the College Eye has achieved distinction in nation contest.
41 Richard Rickert is chosen editor; Brad Gilson is named business manager; Arthur Coffman is elected new managing editor
College Eye 24:26, p.1
3/31/1933 Roster of College Eye staff for 1933-1934.
42 'I' Club plans carnival night; dancing, swimming, cards, contests to feature program
College Eye 24:24, p.1
3/17/1933 Will include many activities including mixed swimming.
43 Team roster has been cut
Public Relations News Release 1932:273, p.1
3/15/1933 The baseball team has been reduced to twenty-four men, and two more may be cut.
44 Plunging editor
College Eye 24:22, p.4
3/3/1933 John McCaffrie was fullback for the 1932 Panther grid team and now will be sports editor of the College Eye; photo.
45 Varsity men get grid letters
Alumnus 17:1, p.22
1/1/1933 Roster of men who won letters in football for 1932.
46 The Iowa State Teachers College football squad
Public Relations News Release 1932:144, p.1
12/5/1932 Finished the season with five wins, three losses, and one tie.
47 Letter winner are announced; twenty varsity men and eighteen frosh will receive awards
College Eye 24:12, p.4
11/28/1932 Football players will receive their letters.
48 In their final grid encounter of the season
Public Relations News Release 1932:105, p.1
11/12/1932 Football team's last game of the season is against Luther College on Dad's Day.
49 When the Iowa State Teachers College eleven
Public Relations News Release 1932:108, p.1
11/12/1932 Last game of the season is against Luther; collegiate careers over for six men.
50 A victory over Michigan State Normal
Public Relations News Release 1932:99, p.1
11/5/1932 Football team plays the Ypsilanti, Michigan, school this week.


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