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Northrup--Paul (Student--1916)

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1 "Tom" Brown, Vivian Johnson, and Paul Northrup
College Eye 8:24, p.8
4/11/1917 Are studying in Minnesota and visited Cedar Falls.
2 Northrup wins spring oratorical; S. C. Jacobsen captures second place
College Eye 8:1, p.1
6/14/1916 Paul Northrup wins contest with speech entitled "Slaves of Tradition."
3 Announcements
College Eye 7:17, p.8
2/9/1916 Students announce their candidacy for College Eye positions for the coming year.
4 Intercollegiate debaters for 1914-15
Old Gold 0:0, p.237
6/1/1915 Photo.
5 Orio
Old Gold 0:0, p.151
6/1/1915 Illustration of a castle on a hill; brief overview of the society past and present; winter triangular team; photo.
6 Teachers lose in triangular; Coe carries off honors on Teachers floor by a score of 2 to 1; Morningside wins unanimous decision
College Eye 4:23, p.1
3/25/1915 I. S. T. C. lost both sides of debate; includes excerpt from Collegian Reporter.
7 Triangular debate Friday evening; Teachers will meet Coe representatives on home floor; negative team will debate Morningside at Sioux City
College Eye 4:22, p.1
3/18/1915 Debate team will discuss whether or not the government should own and operate all interstate railroads.
8 What? When? Where?
College Eye 4:20, p.7
2/18/1915 I. S. T. C. will face Coe College in debate.
9 Debating team is chosen; men are selected who will present the Teachers in the Coe-Morningside-I. S. T. C. triangular
College Eye 4:14, p.2
1/7/1915 Field narrowed to six men who will compete in intercollegiate debate in March.
10 Philos win Sage trophy; place six men on intercollegiate debate; Aristos four, Orios 2; Orios hold trophy at present
College Eye 4:14, p.1
1/7/1915 Painting donated by Dr. Sage of Waterloo will hang in the Philomathean Hall.
11 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.

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