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Memorial Day

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Title Date Summary
1 News Brief/Calendar of Events
Public Relations News Release 2006:0, p.1
5/7/2007 Offices are closed Monday, May 28.
2 Too many holidays for no reason?
Gerling--Taylor R. (Student--2003)
Northern Iowan 102:2, p.9
8/30/2005 America's overabundance of holidays leaves many neglected or with forgotten meaning.
3 Perspective on Memorial Day
Public Relations News Release 2002:546, p.1
5/26/2003 Servicemen and women's perspective on Memorial Day presented.
4 Memorial Day
Public Relations News Release 2000:0, p.1
5/28/2001 Lt. Col. Michael DePuglio discusses the importance of Memorial Day.
5 Remembering America's veterans on Memorial Day
Public Relations News Release 1999:425, p.1
5/30/2000 Lt. Col. Michael DePuglio remembers the sacrifices veterans have made this Memorial Day.
6 War veterans to be remembered through the University of Northern Iowa Interpreters Theatre performance of "Iowa Stories"
Public Relations News Release 1999:427, p.1
5/25/2000 The Interpreters Theatre will present "Iowa Stories: The Vietnam Experience" as part of the weekend long activities planned for Memorial Day.
7 Remembering the dead
Public Relations News Release 1994:480, p.1
5/29/1995 Memorial Day needs to reflect its true meaning.
8 A day to remember
Public Relations News Release 0:593, p.1
5/23/1994 Memorial Day is a chance to remember, according to Robert Neymeyer.
9 T.G.I. Tuesday?
Public Relations News Release 1988:479, p.1
6/27/1988 Twenty years ago today, President Johnson approved a law that shifted the observances of Washington's Birthday, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, and Veterans Day all to Mondays -thus creating a calender year chock-full of three-day holiday weekends.
10 Hopkinton, Iowa among the first in the nation to recognize memorial day.
Public Relations News Release 1988:452, p.1
5/30/1988 Tom Ryan reveals that the Iowa town of Hopkinton is one of a handful of claimants to that first-in-the-nation status, erecting a Memorial Day monument in 1865.
11 UNI Library Hours Change for Spring-Summer Interim
Public Relations News Release 1971:651, p.1
5/26/1971 The library will remain open on Memorial Day.
12 No classes Memorial Day, resume Friday
College Eye 57:31, p.1
13 No classes on Memorial Day
College Eye 56:32, p.1
14 Again, backpatting
College Eye 49:30, p.2
5/2/1958 Administration does take students into consideration; Food Service will be closed only on Memorial Day and not for the whole weekend.
15 Safety defies predictions
College Eye 47:33, p.2
6/15/1956 Safety officials wrongly claimed that out of a predicted 110 deaths for Memorial Day, 10 would be in Iowa.
16 No classes Monday
College Eye 45:32, p.1
17 No classes on Memorial Day
College Eye 43:30, p.1
18 Holiday announcement
College Eye 42:31, p.1
19 Does South observe Memorial Day? Authoritative tomes say yes, no; reporter studies 'volumes' of encyclopedias, to her dismay
College Eye 26:44, p.133
5/24/1935 Each volume contains answers that conflict with the information found in others, so a conclusive answer is not reached.
20 Memorial services held in Auditorium
College Eye 19:38, p.1
6/6/1928 Description of the Memorial Day observances.
21 Memorial Day program will be held Friday; Professor Wallace will speak
College Eye 16:1, p.1
5/28/1924 Program for the event.
22 News and comments
College Eye 14:47, p.1
6/6/1923 News from campus and off-campus.
23 Memorial Day observed by special chapel services
College Eye 15:1, p.3
5/30/1923 Chapel exercises will have patriotic theme.
24 Dr. W. W. Gist
Alumni News Letter 4:3, p.5
7/1/1920 W. W. Gist gave a memorial address May 30 at Plymouth, Iowa.
25 The Baccalaureate
Alumni News Letter 4:3, p.2
7/1/1920 The Baccalaureate Service was held on Memorial Day with President Seerley giving the address.
26 Editorially speaking; lest we forget
College Eye 12:1, p.4
5/26/1920 Reminds students that Memorial Day is approaching; remember those who died in World War I.
27 For those who gave
Todd--William Mamuric (Student--1920)
College Eye 11:29, p.4
4/21/1920 Says veterans should wear their uniforms on Memorial Day, to remember those soldiers who did not come home.
28 Spring Term Commencement 2
Alumni News Letter 3:3, p.3
7/1/1919 Memorial Day Exercises occurred commencement Week. James Brownell Post was a guest. Invocation was by D. S. Wright, soloist was Anna Gertrude Childs, readings were from C. P. Archer, Genevieve Cleary, and George Darsie, adress given by Eugene Allen.
29 Unusual Memorial Day celebration; M. F. Arey presiding officer
College Eye 11:35, p.1
5/28/1919 Civil War veteran M. F. Arey will speak; complete program announced.
30 Dr. W. W. Gist
College Eye 10:27, p.5
5/21/1919 Professor of English and Grand Army Post member will give Memorial Day speech to the G. A. R. in Cedar Rapids.
31 Commencement programs are distributed
College Eye 10:26, p.1
5/14/1919 Schedule of activities.
32 Memorial Day
Alumni News Letter 2:3, p.4
7/1/1918 W. W. Gist in charge of Memorial Day program honoring Clifford Stevens and Henry Booth, students who died in service.
33 School honors Prof. Arey; fitting services held in College Auditorium
College Eye 9:1, p.1
6/6/1917 Recognize Professor Arey's fifty years in educational service; Professor Gist and others spoke in tribute.
34 Memorial service at the college
College Eye 2:32, p.2
6/5/1912 Service includes music, readings, and speeches; about forty members of the GAR attended.
35 Colegrove will be the speaker
College Eye 1:7, p.119
5/3/1911 Professor Colegrove will be the speaker for the Cedar Falls Memorial Day festivities.
36 Special program given; Professor M. F. Arey gives address on Memorial Day to students and old soldiers
Normal Eyte 20:35, p.577
6/1/1910 Program presented in auditorium; Professor Gist in charge; old soldiers attend; Professor Arey spoke on his experiences in the Civil War.
37 A special program will occur
Normal Eyte 20:34, p.570
5/25/1910 On Memorial Day.
38 Memorial Day program
Normal Eyte 18:32, p.511
5/27/1908 Schedule for Memorial Day activities in Cedar Falls.
39 Those who had the privilege
Normal Eyte 17:30, p.466
5/1/1907 Professor Colegrove will deliver his address on George Washington on Memorial Day.
40 On account of the Field meet
Normal Eyte 12:33, p.520
5/24/1902 School cancelled for meet and for Memorial Day.
41 The battalion accepted the invitation
Normal Eyte 9:33, p.788
6/2/1900 GAR asks Student Battalion to participate in Memorial Day activities.
42 Chapel exercises were omitted and school closed
Normal Eyte 8:34, p.486
6/3/1899 So that Student Battalion could take part in Memorial Day ceremonies downtown.
43 G. Percival Hunt and Mamie Hearst
Normal Eyte 8:34, p.484
6/3/1899 Delivered Memorial Day addresses at Iowa City.
44 In spite of the threatening weather
Normal Eyte 8:34, p.486
6/3/1899 Some groups went for picnics on the river.
45 Program of exercises for Memorial Day
Normal Eyte 7:34, p.14
5/28/1898 Exercises will include Student Battalion.
46 Memorial Day exercises
Normal Eyte 6:32, p.380
5/28/1897 Will be held in Cedar Falls on Monday; will be school holiday.
47 Memorial Day
Normal Eyte 6:31, p.368
5/22/1897 School will be closed; Cadet Band will perform.
48 Decoration Day
Normal Eyte 4:34, p.534
6/1/1895 Detailed description of activities; Professor Loughridge gives address.
49 In anticipation of Memorial Day
Normal Eyte 4:33, p.523
5/25/1895 Philos will present special patriotic program.
50 Inspection of the cadet battalion
Normal Eyte 4:33, p.523
5/25/1895 Preparing for Memorial Day program.


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