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601 Shades of Aristotle
College Eye 17:23, p.5
11/18/1925 Quick quips on politics.
602 "Bob" La Follette's opponent Mrs. Hooper will speak Monday; noted politician and lecturer to deliver address on world peace in auditorium
College Eye 16:27, p.1
3/25/1925 Mrs. Ben Hooper of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, to speak in college auditorium.
603 Child Amendment defeated by 13 states; adverse action renders impossible ratification unless some states vote to reconsider
College Eye 16:20, p.3
2/4/1925 Child labor law defeated.
604 Election--political party clubs
College Eye 16:3, p.4
9/17/1924 Speaks on belief that campus political organizations can get people interested in politics and voting.
605 Editorially speaking; politics--and political clubs
College Eye 15:28, p.4
3/26/1924 Encourages students to get involved in politics.
606 The new topic
College Eye 15:20, p.8
1/30/1924 Will be 'political responsibility of women' for the intrastate extempore contest.
607 Correspondence
College Eye 14:40, p.4
4/11/1923 Claims that a national publication should be established to confront issues of American foreign policy.
608 German comment on present condition
College Eye 14:34, p.1
2/28/1923 Complains about terms of Versailles Treaty.
609 The shipping bill
College Eye 14:22, p.4
11/15/1922 Does not support the Ship Subsidy Bill, now being considered in Congress.
610 Fred B. Smith
College Eye 14:21, p.1
11/8/1922 Believes that the US must lead the world.
611 The battle of the windmills
College Eye 14:18, p.1
10/18/1922 Sarcastic review of debate between Smith Brookhart and Clyde Herring.
612 What is Americanism?
College Eye 14:18, p.4
10/18/1922 Wonders about the definition of "Americanism," which was quoted in a recent political speech.
613 What of the state superintendency?
Campbell--Lee H. (Class of 1924)
College Eye 14:16, p.1
10/4/1922 Gives opinions on the political race for the office of State Superintendent of Schools.
614 Will Iowa place a Socialist
College Eye 14:16, p.4
10/4/1922 Says that voters should rely on information, not faith, to make their decisions.
615 Clyde L. Herring
Alumni News Letter 6:4, p.2
10/1/1922 Democratic candidate for office in the U. S. Senate speaks in the auditorium. Professor John B. Knoepfler presides over the event.
616 Col. Smith W. Brookhart
Alumni News Letter 6:4, p.1
10/1/1922 Colonel Smith Brookhart, candidate for the U. S. Senate, speaks on key political issues in the auditorium.
617 J. P. Daughton
Alumni News Letter 6:4, p.3
10/1/1922 James P. Daughton campaigns as a candidate for Congress from the 8th Congressional District of Iowa.
618 Eugene J. Fenling
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.4
7/1/1922 Eugene J. Fenling, editor of the New Hampton Tribune, serves as the Democratic Central Committeeman from the 4th Congressional District.
619 Shaking them up
College Eye 13:32, p.3
4/26/1922 Critical of government employee work ethic.
620 Establishment of women's national headquarters
College Eye 13:30, p.5
4/12/1922 Women's National Party finds home.
621 Meeting new demands
Trinidad--Venancio (Class of 1922)
College Eye 13:22, p.4
2/15/1922 Discusses the role of college students in national and international affairs.
622 Noted speaker here Saturday
College Eye 12:8, p.1
10/20/1920 Former Governor of Pennsylvania Martin G. Brumbaugh will speak.
623 Politics this year
Alumni News Letter 4:4, p.3
10/1/1920 Students organizing political party clubs so they are represented in elections. A Republican group organized first.
624 G. O. P. club to be organized
College Eye 12:3, p.1
9/15/1920 Many have shown interest in joining; support Warren Harding and Calvin Coolidge.
625 Women's forum meets
College Eye 11:33, p.1
5/19/1920 Order of Republican National conventions was observed during meeting.
626 Women's forum organized
College Eye 11:32, p.1
5/12/1920 Non-partisan women's group will discuss political issues.
627 Editorially Speaking
Riggs--Sara May (Classes of 1882 and 1885; History Faculty
College Eye 11:15, p.4
1/14/1920 College Eye staff elections will take place; College Eye encourages readers to submit news; Sara M. Riggs gives details of conference in Cleveland, Ohio.
628 The Smith-Towner educational bill
Riggs--Sara May (Classes of 1882 and 1885; History Faculty
College Eye 11:4, p.1
10/8/1919 Encourages support for bill that would create a federal Department of Education.
629 Will suffrage give a higher tone to political discussions?
College Eye 7:31, p.5
5/24/1916 Thinks women will act more like men if they are allowed to be involved in politics.
630 If the women of our state
College Eye 7:20, p.4
3/1/1916 Wants women to be granted suffrage as long as they do not take over politics.
631 In our criticism of the present administration
College Eye 7:20, p.4
3/1/1916 Believes those who are critical of the current administration should try to be more fair in their accusations.
632 Senator Kenyon
College Eye 7:20, p.4
3/1/1916 Agrees that members of Congress should be focused completely on improving this country.
633 That anyone would favor
College Eye 7:20, p.4
3/1/1916 Disagrees with people who support political candidates only because they were raised in Iowa.
634 1916 thinking
Schluter--William Charles (Class of 1915)
College Eye 7:14, p.4
1/19/1916 Essay regarding American society, civilization, and progress.
635 State Teachers College men in politics
College Eye 3:30, p.494
5/14/1914 Roster of alumni who hold or are running for public office.
636 If Harvey Ingham
Normal Eyte 18:26, p.403
4/15/1908 Normal Eyte appreciates editorial stand on Iowa senatorial succession controversy.
637 At a Scotch-Irish dinner
Normal Eyte 18:22, p.338
3/4/1908 Looks at the idea of broadening the Constitution.
638 The Charles City Intelligencer
Normal Eyte 18:20, p.305
2/19/1908 Surveys state of Republican party; believes attention should be given to Woodrow Wilson as a possible candidate for President of the United States.
639 Who is a victor in truth?
Normal Eyte 13:33, p.514
640 In general
Normal Eyte 9:11, p.254
11/25/1899 Appeal from Paul Kruger for assistance to the Boers in South Africa in their fight against Great Britain.
641 Faculty and students might flatter themselves
Normal Eyte 7:6, p.61
10/18/1897 Students are apathetic toward politics.
642 Despite her small size
Normal Eyte 5:15, p.125
1/18/1896 Comments on Venezuela crisis.
643 For some time
Normal Eyte 5:2, p.9
9/28/1895 Some students desire to establish a school for practical politics; will present political arguments..
644 The Neos rendered a political program
Normal Eyte 4:9, p.139
11/10/1894 Women show that they are well-informed about politics.
645 Black bows cover the hearts
Normal Eyte 3:11, p.87
11/18/1893 Some are pleased with the recent election results; others mourn.
646 Election results indicate
Normal Eyte 3:10, p.74
11/11/1893 Voters seem to be blaming the Democrats for the Panic of 1893; speculations on the relationship of cause and effect.
647 The student vote
Normal Eyte 3:9, p.65
11/4/1893 Unhappy with custom of political parties furnishing transportation costs to college students so that they may go home to vote.
648 Politics
Normal Eyte 3:5, p.33
10/7/1893 Recent orations during chapel exercises have taken a partisan political turn; believes expression of political beliefs among students in entirely appropriate.
649 The country is in a fair way
Normal Eyte 3:5, p.40
10/7/1893 Finds that partisan chapel orations keep students' attention.
650 Clio world
Normal Eyte 2:25, p.195
3/18/1893 Clios put on political program.


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