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Ranney--Leo (Class of 1905)

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1 Leo Ranney, '05, dies in California
Alumnus 34:4, p.5
12/1/1950 Inventor held three thousand patents.
2 Progress of the chapel fund
Alumnus 34:2, p.2
4/1/1950 Fund now approaching $8000.
3 Dickinson is cover girl for Alumnus
College Eye 40:27, p.7
4 Alumnus Leo Ranney recovers lost oil by new invention
Alumnus 33:2, p.15
4/1/1949 Invents system for horizontal oil drilling; biographical sketch.
5 Alumnus invents drilling method
College Eye 39:4, p.8
10/10/1947 Leo Ranney acclaimed by Fortune magazine for his work on well-drilling.
6 Alumni attend their first post-war reunion
Alumnus 30:3, p.3
7/1/1946 Over three hundred alumni attend first reunion since 1942; description of program; photo.
7 Alumni reunion
Public Relations News Release 1946:170, p.1
5/27/1946 Over three hundred alumni gathered for the sixty third reunion. Ten members of the class of 1896 attended.
8 Alumni famous around world
College Eye 34:36, p.2
7/9/1943 Quick profiles of famous alumni.
9 Leo Ranney
Alumnus 25:4, p.27
10/1/1941 Is playing an unusual role in America's defense of democracy. He is now in Australia recovering partially depleted oil supplies for the Standard Oil Company; headquarters in New York City. Previously he had been in London, England, and Lisbon, Portugal.
10 Leo Ranney
Alumnus 19:3, p.18
7/1/1935 Works with other countries to see that they have good drinking water.
11 Seerley Foundation re-elects officers for three year term
College Eye 24:32, p.1
5/12/1933 Roster of officers.
12 The following item appeared in "Who's who in Engineering"
Alumnus 16:1, p.25
1/1/1932 Biographical profile of Leo Ranney.
13 Leo Ranney
Alumnus 15:3, p.29
7/1/1931 President of the Ranney Oil Mining Company, in New York; author of an article entitled "Oil Mining for the Pennsylvania Fields," which was printed in the bulletin of the Pennsylvania Engineering Society.
14 Leo Ranney
Alumnus 15:2, p.24
4/1/1931 President of the Oil Mining Company at New York City, Ranney and his brother in California were called to Waterloo, Iowa, the middle of January due to the death of their father. Mrs. Ranney will reside in California the rest of the winter.
15 Alumnus invents new coal process
Alumnus 14:1, p.8
1/1/1930 Leo Ranney applies for patents involving the burning of coal in mines to generate electricity.
16 Dinner program broadcast thro W. S. U. I. at 8:00 p. m.; Program to be received in college auditorium.
College Eye 19:37, p.1
5/30/1928 Professors at T. C. to participate in radio broadcast to honor President Seerley.
17 New project to be proposed at Alumni Ass'n meeting
College Eye 19:36, p.1
5/23/1928 Alumni will be encouraged to give monetary gifts to the soon-to-be established Seerley Foundation; to be used student loans.
18 Former student discovers process for refining oil
College Eye 18:24, p.1
1/5/1927 Leo Ranney developed process to recover waste oil.
19 Leo Ranney
College Eye 4:8, p.6
10/29/1914 Visited friends in Cedar Falls.
20 Chicago Iowa State Teachers College Club
Old Gold 0:0, p.237
6/1/1910 Provides names of officers and those who attended the First Annual Banquet Program for this alumni association.
21 Banquet was enjoyed; Teachers College club banquet proved great success; many alumni present
Gist--Julian Hurlburt (Classes of 1906 and 1907; English Faculty)
Normal Eyte 20:29, p.476
4/20/1910 Many attend alumni meeting in Chicago.
22 Alumni Association meets; Teachers College club at Chicago holds its first annual banquet
Normal Eyte 20:28, p.462
4/13/1910 About sixty-five attended.
23 Leo Ranney
Normal Eyte 20:25, p.424
3/23/1910 Is enrolled at Northwestern University and did well at a recent oratorical contest.
24 Leo Ranney
Normal Eyte 20:10, p.182
11/10/1909 Is attending Northwestern University in Illinois.
25 Leo Ranney
Normal Eyte 20:2, p.21
9/15/1909 Visited on the Hill last week.
26 Leo Ranney
Normal Eyte 19:4, p.58
9/30/1908 Will study at Northwestern University.
27 Leo Ranney
Normal Eyte 18:8, p.126
10/30/1907 Is teaching in Alaska.
28 Leo Ranney
Normal Eyte 17:33, p.527
5/22/1907 Principal in Seattle.
29 Leo Ranney
Normal Eyte 16:9, p.137
11/8/1905 Principal at Woodward.
30 Normal's Young Men's Christian Association
Hougland--Earl B.(Class of 1906)
Normal Eyte Annual 0:0, p.60
6/1/1905 YMCA has grown from ten to over two hundred members; photo.
31 The Orio Society
Colegrove--Kenneth W. (Class of 1905)
Normal Eyte Annual 0:0, p.42
6/1/1905 Group formed from overflowing societies; excels in literary work; photo.
32 Normal students who have lately been placed
Normal Eyte 15:33, p.526
5/24/1905 Roster of students who have found teaching positions.
33 Triangular Debate; the societies break even, each winning three points
Normal Eyte 15:31, p.483
5/10/1905 In the intersociety debate, the three men's societies each earned three points.
34 At Ames
Normal Eyte 15:27, p.431
4/12/1905 Men enjoy banquet.
35 Oratorical contest
Hayes--Harry Gordon (Class of 1905)
Normal Eyte 15:24, p.369
3/22/1905 In the recent oratorical contest, Macy Campbell won first, John Cherny second, and Jay Colegrove third.
36 Track athletics boil; much strong new material in sight--training has begun with a vim that promises much.
Normal Eyte 15:24, p.371
3/22/1905 Prospects for the 1905 team.
37 Last Saturday evening
Normal Eyte 15:20, p.320
2/15/1905 Clios host banquet for Orios.
38 Last Saturday evening the Clios gave a banquet
Normal Eyte 15:20, p.320
2/15/1905 The Clios gave a banquet to their brother Orios.
39 Orios
Normal Eyte 15:19, p.301
2/8/1905 Describes the events of the recent Orio meeting.
40 Leo Ranney
Normal Eyte 14:25, p.393
3/19/1904 Teaching near New Hartford.
41 Society
Normal Eyte 13:34, p.533
5/30/1903 Neos enjoy money program; Orios present music and drama; Zetas enjoy music; Aristos present music and debate.
42 Society
Normal Eyte 13:33, p.522
5/23/1903 Philos enjoy music and papers; Aristos hear papers; Chrestos enjoy Scotch program; Shakes hear Shakespearean program; Orios presented mail program.
43 Society
Normal Eyte 13:30, p.474
5/2/1903 Orios hear papers; Philos enjoy music; Ossolis hold literary program; Neos give athletics program; Chrestos hold debate; Aristos give agricultural program.
44 Society
Normal Eyte 13:28, p.439
4/18/1903 Philos present soldier program; Clios present spring program; Shakes present college program; Zetas present war program.
45 Society
Normal Eyte 13:16, p.250
1/17/1903 Zetas enjoy women's program; Aristos hear papers and debate; Chrestos hold New Year's program; Ossolis give Eugene Field program.

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