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Reed--Leslie I. (Class of 1900; Dean of Men)

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201 Kappa Theta Psi
Old Gold 0:0, p.239
6/1/1933 Officers, history, members, and pledges; campus Beta chapter organized in 1906; photos.
202 Lambda Gamma Nu
Old Gold 0:0, p.231
6/1/1933 Officers, history, aims, members, and pledges; organized in 1923; photos.
203 Rutherford Rogers establishes a record of scholarship
Public Relations News Release 1932:324, p.1
6/1/1933 Rogers achieved A grades in all of his studies throughout the fall, winter, and spring terms. He also participated in various extra curricular activities.
204 Fifty-seventh annual commencement exercises
Public Relations News Release 1932:317, p.1
5/22/1933 Approximately 370 students are expected to receive diplomas and degrees on Monday May 29, 1933.
205 Prom queen's identity will be kept secret, throne has been erected in gymnasium for ceremony
College Eye 24:31, p.1
5/5/1933 Election results to be revealed at dance.
206 Kappa Theta Psi will dance at Sunnyside
College Eye 24:30, p.3
4/28/1933
207 Debate is theme of Hamilton Club spring banquet program
College Eye 24:29, p.1
4/21/1933 Roster of speakers who will talk about debate.
208 Speaking of shipwrecks, deserted islands, books; What's your idea?; Bible, Shakespeare favored by members of faculty
College Eye 24:27, p.1
4/7/1933 Faculty select the books that they would take to a deserted island.
209 Eight men will be initiated into Blue Key on Thursday
College Eye 24:26, p.1
3/31/1933 List of officers and candidates.
210 Charles completes study of reactions to Mid-Term 'Ds'
College Eye 24:25, p.1
3/24/1933 Men offer reasons for receiving low grades.
211 Local man makes good, as it were
College Eye 24:25, p.1
3/24/1933 Professor Reed is the only one to respond to a mailing.
212 Dr. Latham to address winter term graduates; commencement exercises are set for March 2; dinner March 1
College Eye 24:19, p.1
2/10/1933 Preview of the ceremony.
213 Failure in college courses proves expensive according to survey; a five-hour course costs student nearly forty dollars
College Eye 24:19, p.1
2/10/1933 Dean Reed has calculated the cost of failing a course.
214 Fewer men get mid-term D's; ten percent decrease due to reduction in enrollment
College Eye 24:18, p.1
2/3/1933 Dean Reed will speak with men who received low grades.
215 45 candidates to be announced as "Well Known Tutors"
Public Relations News Release 1932:218, p.1
1/27/1933 A list of the names of 45 students selected by the Old Gold as candidates for "Well Known Tutors", will be given places of honor in a special feature section of the annual.
216 Mystery hovers round choice of 'Campus Tutors'
College Eye 24:17, p.1
1/27/1933 Trying to figure out who will be selected " Well-Known Tutors" in the Old Gold.
217 Mrs. Reed, wife of dean, dies following pneumonia attack
College Eye 24:15, p.1
1/13/1933 Died December 18, 1932; brief obituary.
218 Fraternity leads in scholarship
Public Relations News Release 1932:367, p.1
1/6/1933 Alpha Chi Epsilon had the highest average G.P.A. over the other fraternities in the fall semester.
219 Death takes Mrs. Reed
Alumnus 17:1, p.10
1/1/1933 Frances Birdsall Grouell Reed died December 18, 1932, of pneumonia.
220 Fraternity men at the Iowa State Teachers College
Public Relations News Release 1932:194, p.1
1/1/1933 Those living in fraternities have slightly lower grade point averages than non-fraternity men.
221 Funeral services were to be held
Public Relations News Release 1932:191, p.1
12/20/1932 Leslie Reed's wife, Frances, died after a bout of pneumonia.
222 This campus et al.
College Eye 24:14, p.2
12/16/1932 News from ISTC and other campuses.
223 David Grant, Oelwein
Public Relations News Release 1932:145, p.1
12/10/1932 David Grant earned straight A's for the fall term; roster of other men who made the honor roll.
224 Grant, Rogers, each earn sixty grade points; eighteen men are included on fall term Honor Roll
College Eye 24:13, p.1
12/9/1932 Honor Roll for men announced.
225 "Straight A" grades in all subjects
Public Relations News Release 1932:142, p.1
12/5/1932 List of students who made the honor roll during the fall term; two men and four women earned all A grades.
226 Athletes at the Iowa State Teachers College
Public Relations News Release 1932:123, p.1
11/21/1932 Grade point averages for each of the varsity teams released; tennis is the highest and basketball is the lowest.
227 Approximately five hundred "dads"
Public Relations News Release 1932:114, p.1
11/12/1932 Fourth annual Dad's Day celebration is this weekend.
228 Fathers of students
Public Relations News Release 1932:109, p.1
11/12/1932 Dad's Day is Novemver 12.
229 Dad's Day will feature Ypsilanti game tomorrow
College Eye 24:10, p.1
11/11/1932 Schedule of activities.
230 Twenty-eight to be graduated; Commencement dinner to be in Bartlett Hall dining room
College Eye 24:10, p.1
11/11/1932 Description of Commencement ceremony; photo.
231 Fourth annual Dad's Day will be celebrated next weekend; luncheon, football game, show included in program
College Eye 24:9, p.1
11/4/1932 Short description of the program.
232 Committee issues invitations for annual Dad's Day
College Eye 24:8, p.1
10/28/1932 Schedule of activities for the two day event.
233 Dr. Lambertson will give commencement address November 22
College Eye 24:8, p.1
10/28/1932 Detailed plans for ceremony not yet known.
234 College men get fewer D letters this fall quarter
College Eye 24:7, p.1
10/21/1932 Forty-one percent of men received grade warnings; comparison with previous years.
235 Lambda Delta Lambda has picnic Thursday
College Eye 24:7, p.3
10/21/1932 At Professor Begeman's cabin.
236 Panther heads will serve for dance programs
College Eye 24:7, p.1
10/21/1932 Panther will be theme of decorations.
237 Permits to operate autos to be issued
College Eye 24:6, p.2
10/14/1932 Out of state students must register.
238 The fourth annual Dad's Day
Public Relations News Release 1932:26, p.1
10/5/1932 Committees organize Dad's Day activities, which will be held November 12;
239 Blue Key elects eleven pledges at Friday lunch; honor group will initiate pledges at banquet tonight
College Eye 24:3, p.1
9/23/1932 Roster of new members; purposes and plans for the group.
240 Circulation of good form book will be completed Tuesday
College Eye 24:3, p.1
9/23/1932 Off-campus women will receive their copies; will help students solve questions involving etiquette.
241 Doctor Latham urges quality in journalism
College Eye 24:3, p.1
9/23/1932 Addressed student publications staff; notes difficulties brought on by the Depression.
242 Fraternity council elects Wendell Dunn, of Xanho's, president
College Eye 24:3, p.1
9/23/1932 Roster of Interfraternity Council officers.
243 The girls in attendance
Public Relations News Release 1932:4, p.1
9/21/1932 List of men and women who made the Honor Roll.
244 Annual dinner for alumni will be at November meeting
College Eye 24:1, p.6
9/6/1932 Will meet in Des Moines.
245 Dean Reed will talk at meeting of frosh
College Eye 24:1, p.8
9/6/1932 Part of orientation series.
246 Eleven junior and senior men students
Public Relations News Release 1932:6, p.1
9/5/1932 Blue Key initiates new members.
247 Committee makes plans for summer graduates' dinner
College Eye 23:53, p.1
8/5/1932
248 Dean Reed witnesses earthquake during visit in Washington
College Eye 23:52, p.1
7/29/1932
249 First issue of dean's magazine is received in office of L. I. Reed
College Eye 23:51, p.1
7/21/1932 Considers problems of deans of men.
250 New committee on freshman day will meet today
College Eye 23:51, p.1
7/21/1932 Will be in charge of program on day when freshmen arrive on campus.

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