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Meyerholz--Charles Henry (Class of 1898; Social Science Faculty)

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Title Date Summary
201 Night school is popular; attendance is rapidly increasing
College Eye 4:12, p.2
12/10/1914 Cedar Falls Women's Club has expanded the number of night courses offered.
202 Junior college seniors have social fusing; select "Old Ladies Gymnasium" as most appropriate place for Hard Time party
College Eye 4:11, p.1
12/3/1914 Social gathering held; class officers elected.
203 Philos win triangular debate; pile up a maximum of six points; Orios receive two points; Aristos one; careful study of the question evident
College Eye 4:11, p.2
12/3/1914 Debate was held on whether or not the government should own and operate all railroads.
204 A. B.'s hard time party; new house cross lots, of Lotts is scene of lots revelry
College Eye 4:10, p.1
11/12/1914 Senior class held social gathering.
205 Among the faculty in attendance
College Eye 4:10, p.6
11/12/1914 Roster of the faculty present at the Des Moines Teachers Meeting.
206 Two or three hundred alumni
College Eye 4:10, p.6
11/12/1914 Alumni attended a banquet in the Y. M. C. A. building in Des Moines.
207 A. B.'s pull off first real tirade; the Fell residence fairly radiates senior stunts, senior knowledge and senior magic
College Eye 4:9, p.2
11/5/1914 Seniors held Halloween party.
208 Official Notes
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
College Eye 4:9, p.3
11/5/1914 Notes recent important meetings on campus; faculty on new committees are listed.
209 Philos hold gold medal debate; Elmer Erickson wins medal; triangular team is chosen
College Eye 4:8, p.2
10/29/1914 Preliminary debate was held to determine representatives for the Triangular debate with the Orio and Aristotelian Literary Societies.
210 Prof. Meyerholz addresses N. C. A.; gives interesting talk on "The Man Who Cares"
College Eye 4:8, p.8
10/29/1914 Discussed the importance of perseverance.
211 Campaign is launched for Campanile; big pepperfest is held Monday night; stirring speeches by patrons of the school; students in favor of project
College Eye 4:7, p.1
10/22/1914 Over one thousand students attended booster meeting for the construction of the campus clock tower; expected to cost $12,000; photo.
212 Debating League elects officers
College Eye 4:7, p.1
10/22/1914 Literary societies have chosen their representatives.
213 Alumni day
College Eye 4:1, p.7
6/13/1914 Review of Alumni Day events.
214 Eulalian
Old Gold 0:0, p.255
6/1/1914 Illustration of an elephant; society emblem, motto, colors, flower, and mascot provided; roster of officers and honorary members; Eulalian Society roll given; photos.
215 History, Government, and Economics
Old Gold 0:0, p.40
6/1/1914 Photos of faculty members.
216 The Old Gold Staff
Old Gold 0:0, p.156
6/1/1914 Photos of staff; roster of advisory board.
217 The Sunday school classes of E. J. Cable and C. H. Meyerholz
College Eye 3:31, p.518
5/21/1914 Enjoyed a picnic on the golf links.
218 Miss Oliver, Mr. Meyerholz and President Seerley
College Eye 3:27, p.456
4/23/1914 Represented the faculty at the T. C. dinner given at Iowa City.
219 Regulations governing the men's' literary societies in the Iowa State Teachers College
College Eye 3:25, p.414
4/9/1914 Faculty committee report on literary societies; students must participate in literary society work for their first six terms; must put on two productions per term; societies will be under the administration of the Department of English.
220 Editorial
College Eye 3:21, p.347
2/26/1914 Devised a plan for men's literary society involvement.
221 Twelve Teachers Study Centers
College Eye 3:18, p.312
2/5/1914 Teachers Study Centers have been organized around the state.
222 Official Notes
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
College Eye 3:17, p.286
1/29/1914 Study Center schedule; summary of teaching certificates issued; ISTC students will be granted certificate for two year rural education course of study.
223 Professor Meyerholz
College Eye 3:1, p.21
6/12/1913 Has returned, along with Professor Frampton, to teach the summer term.
224 History, Government and Economics
Old Gold 0:0, p.85
6/1/1913 Faculty with their qualifications; photo.
225 Official notes
College Eye 2:4, p.5
9/26/1912 Professor Meyerholz published a book on government; combined enrollment of college and Training School is about 1500; students from unaccredited high schools tend to enroll in private colleges; Cottage Reading Circle met.
226 The Educational Publishing Co.
College Eye 2:4, p.7
9/26/1912 Published a History and Government of Iowa written by Chas. H. Meyerholz.
227 Milton E. Loomis
College Eye 2:2, p.3
9/12/1912 Appointed as substitute for Professor Meyerholz but will go to University of Wisconsin.
228 Faculty notes
College Eye 2:32, p.6
6/5/1912 News notes on faculty activities.
229 New teachers appointed
College Eye 2:32, p.1
6/5/1912 Brief profiles of new faculty and those whom they will replace.
230 Prof. Milton E. Loomis
College Eye 2:32, p.3
6/5/1912 Visited campus.
231 Dedicated to the faculty
Old Gold 0:0, p.262
6/1/1912 Humorous jokes and poem about the faculty.
232 Department of History, Economics and Politics.
Old Gold 0:0, p.16
6/1/1912 Photos of faculty members.
233 Eulalian
Old Gold 0:0, p.124
6/1/1912 Illustration of Eulalian emblem signed by society members.
234 Schillerverein
Old Gold 0:0, p.232
6/1/1912 Roster of officers and members.
235 Official notes
College Eye 1:29, p.5
5/15/1912 Roster of faculty promotions, appointments, leaves, and resignations; Departments of Physics and Chemistry consolidated with Professor Begeman as head.
236 Official notes
College Eye 1:28, p.5
5/8/1912 Louis Begeman attended annual Iowa Academy of Sciences convention, Professors Meyerholz, Merchant, and Begeman noted for good work organizing lectures and entertainment this year.
237 Noted Harvard man to lecture; Prof. Albert Hart will speak at college auditorium Saturday night
College Eye 1:25, p.1
4/17/1912 Albert Bushnell Hart will speak.
238 The following of our faculty
College Eye 1:23, p.7
4/3/1912 Members of the faculty appeared in connection with the N. E. I. T. A. in Waterloo.
239 Lyceum of politics and economics reorganizes; first meeting will be held next Tuesday night.
College Eye 1:17, p.1
2/7/1912 Group elects officers.
240 Charles H. Meyerholtz
College Eye 1:16, p.2
1/31/1912 Writing a book.
241 Noted Drake University man will visit I. S. T. C.; Rev. C. S. Medbury of Des Moines will be speaker at anniversary of Christian associations
College Eye 1:13, p.1
1/10/1912 Will celebrate 25th anniversary of founding of YMCA and YWCA.
242 Official Notes
College Eye 1:13, p.2
1/10/1912 State and nationwide education news.
243 Miss Hulda Stenwall
College Eye 1:10, p.8
11/15/1911 Many faculty will take part in the upcoming ISTA meeting.
244 Debating League organizes; Frisby elected president of the league
College Eye 1:3, p.7
9/27/1911 All three literary societies are represented in Debating League; plans are being made to schedule intercollegiate debates.
245 How the faculty spent vacation
College Eye 1:1, p.5
9/13/1911 News of how various faculty members spent their time during summer interim.
246 The college lecture course 1911-1912; brilliant talent throughout
College Eye 1:1, p.1
9/13/1911 Summary of events to take place in this year's lecture course.
247 What happened during the summer
College Eye 1:1, p.3
9/13/1911 Highlights events of interest taking place during the summer session.
248 Department of Government
Old Gold 0:0, p.27
6/1/1911 Describes the aim of the department and the courses offered; photo.
249 State Teachers College Debating League
Old Gold 0:0, p.162
6/1/1911 Brief overview of the Debating League and roster of officers; scores from the debates; photo.
250 The Lyceum of Politics and Economics
Old Gold 0:0, p.41
6/1/1911 Provides the objective of the Lyceum; roster of the executives.


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