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Philippine Islands

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51 George W. Satterthwait
Alumni News Letter 4:4, p.4
10/1/1920 Is in charge of Division of Sorsogon, Philippine Islands.
52 George W. Satterthwait
College Eye 12:5, p.6
9/29/1920 Now supervising teachers in the Philippine Islands.
53 Salient features of the Philippine educational system
Trinidad--Venancio (Class of 1922)
College Eye 12:5, p.6
9/29/1920 Venancio Trinidad compares American education to that of the Philippines.
54 Philippino enters school
College Eye 11:2, p.6
9/24/1919 Brief profile of Venancio Trinidad.
55 Military Column
College Eye 9:19, p.6
2/20/1918 Absences from drill practice must be excused; profile of Major Sheppard Philpot.
56 Forensics
College Eye 7:7, p.2
11/3/1915 Will debate Highland Park in the fall about the permanent retention of the Philippine Islands.
57 Teams chosen for Highland Park debate
College Eye 7:1, p.5
6/1/1915 Will debate continued possession of the Philippine Islands by the US.
58 Highland debaters are chosen; six men to represent Teachers College selected in hotly contested tryout Tuesday evening; Elmer Erickson wins first
College Eye 4:30, p.1
5/15/1915 "Permanent Retention of Philippines" will be topic of debate with Highland Park.
59 Highland preliminaries May 7; several experienced and many new men will enter tryout; intercollegiate compact same as formerly
College Eye 4:24, p.2
4/1/1915 Topic for Highland Park preliminary will be whether or not the United States should retain possession of the Philippines.
60 Intersociety triangular; Philippine question will also be discussed among men's literary societies; the teams are preparing
College Eye 4:24, p.2
4/1/1915 Literary societies will hold preliminaries to choose representatives for intersociety debate.
61 Leslie A. J. Chapman
College Eye 4:23, p.6
3/25/1915 Is major of Philadelphia Scouts and is stationed in the Philippines.
62 Miss Emma Yule
College Eye 3:1, p.23
6/12/1913 Is a successful teacher in the high school in the Philippine Islands.
63 Jesse McLaughlin
College Eye 2:12, p.6
11/21/1912 He is a missionary in the Philippine Islands conducted chapel exercises on campus.
64 Official Notes
College Eye 1:4, p.3
10/4/1911 News of alumni, faculty, the Board of Education, and possible job opportunities in the Philippines for I. S. T. C. graduates.
65 Want teachers
Normal Eyte 21:18, p.311
2/1/1911 The United States Civil Service Commission announces an examination for placement of teachers in the Philippines.
66 Capt. Leslie I. Chapman
Normal Eyte 21:6, p.100
10/12/1910 Leaves to join his regiment in the Philippines; has been helping care for Professor Page.
67 George N. Briggs
Normal Eyte 21:6, p.100
10/12/1910 In Washington, D. C., to appoint teachers to work in the Philippines.
68 Official Notes
Normal Eyte 21:6, p.90
10/12/1910 National educational news; opportunities to teach in the Philippine Islands.
69 Below we print
Normal Eyte 20:32, p.536
5/11/1910 A. E. Veline and his wife Lillian (Faint) are living in the Philippine Islands; they write about their living and working conditions.
70 A letter which will interest all alumni
Normal Eyte 20:22, p.375
2/23/1910 Josephine Bunce is living in the Philippines where her husband is stationed.
71 C. F. Schweiker
Normal Eyte 20:16, p.277
1/12/1910 Will take a position as a stenographer in the Philippines in February.
72 A. E. Veline
Normal Eyte 20:13, p.229
12/8/1909 Married Lillian Faint.
73 E. C. Miller
Normal Eyte 20:2, p.34
9/15/1909 Is supervising schools in the Philippine Islands.
74 Lillian Faint
Normal Eyte 20:2, p.36
9/15/1909 Is going to marry A. E. Veline in the Philippines.
75 Carl D. Behrens
Normal Eyte 19:27, p.429
4/28/1909 Working in Philippine Islands.
76 A. E. Veline
Normal Eyte 19:25, p.394
4/14/1909 Supervises school in Cebu, Philippine Islands.
77 Mary Kleinfelter
Normal Eyte 19:25, p.394
4/14/1909 Teaching in the Philippines.
78 The following
Veline--Albin E. (Classes of 1906 and 1907)
Normal Eyte 19:18, p.280
2/10/1909 A. E. Veline writes of his experiences in the Philippine Islands.
79 Mrs. W. A. Dinwiddie
Normal Eyte 19:4, p.62
9/30/1908 Now in Seattle; has been in the Philippine Islands and on Pacific Coast.
80 Taft lauds teachers; presidential candidate express greatest respect for moulders of character
Normal Eyte 19:4, p.52
9/30/1908 Text of remarks made by Vice President Taft during a visit to Cedar Falls.
81 A. E. Veline
Normal Eyte 18:24, p.379
4/1/1908 Will teach in the Philippine Islands.
82 Sunday morning in a Filipino town
Smith--Arthur L. (Student--1907)
Normal Eyte 18:9, p.129
11/6/1907 Story describing a typical Sunday morning in a Philippine village.
83 Mr. C. A. Peterson
Normal Eyte 18:4, p.61
10/2/1907 Enlisted in the Marine Corps; currently serving in the Philippines.
84 J. H. Phelps
Normal Eyte 17:33, p.524
5/22/1907 Sent currency from the Philippine Islands to organ fund.
85 J. H. Phelps
Normal Eyte 17:29, p.461
4/24/1907 Teaching in the Philippine Islands.
86 Prof. M. F. Arey
Normal Eyte 17:12, p.186
12/6/1906 Mrs. W. W. Weston, the former Emma Evans, sent a collection of botanical specimens from the Philippine Islands to Professor Arey; former students, including George N. Briggs, are doing well there.
87 The general election is past
Normal Eyte 17:9, p.129
11/7/1906 ISNS and Ames will discuss Philippine tariffs.
88 D. R. Perkins
Normal Eyte 17:7, p.105
10/24/1906 Served as teacher in the Philippine Islands; now has law degree and is practicing law.
89 Mamie Klinefelter
Normal Eyte 17:6, p.88
10/17/1906 Will go to Philippine Islands where her brother is a missionary; sister Margaret is in India.
90 From football to debate
Normal Eyte 17:4, p.49
10/3/1906 Urges students to switch their loyalty from football to debate, especially since there will be no football this year; preliminary debate for Ames competition coming up; will consider Philippine Islands.
91 Rev. J. L. McLaughlin
Normal Eyte 16:34, p.545
5/30/1906 Talks about his work in the Philippine Islands.
92 Glenn M. Zerbe
Normal Eyte 16:30, p.478
5/2/1906 Reports on his work in the Philippine Islands.
93 J. H. Phelps
Normal Eyte 16:26, p.410
4/4/1906 Teaching in the Philippine Islands.
94 George N. Briggs
Normal Eyte 16:21, p.333
2/21/1906 Superintendent in the Philippine Islands.
95 Rev. J. L. McLaughlin
Normal Eyte 16:9, p.137
11/8/1905 Spending a year in the US after his work in the Philippine Islands.
96 Y. W. C. A. notes
Normal Eyte 16:7, p.106
10/25/1905 Roster of officers; hear presentation on mission work.
97 E. M. Wilcox
Normal Eyte 16:4, p.56
10/4/1905 Has returned from the Philippines to become principal at Garwin.
98 It is expected
Normal Eyte 15:34, p.534
6/3/1905 Jesse L. McLaughlin will preach in Cedar Falls; has been in the Philippines Islands for five years.
99 Glenn M. Zerbe
Normal Eyte 15:31, p.488
5/10/1905 Is working in the Philippines.
100 D. R. Perkins
Normal Eyte 15:22, p.343
3/1/1905 Has returned from the Philippines and now attends Iowa University.


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