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Reeves--Stanley butler (Class of 1937)

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1 Two UNI graduate students receive Stanley Butler Reeves Readings Scholarships.
Public Relations News Release 1988:201, p.1
12/7/1988 Alice Holdiman and Sandra Baade received the scholarship and both are master's candidates I reading education. Reeves, a retired school administrator and teacher from Clinton School District.
2 Alumni reunion
Alumnus 52:3, p.8
9/1/1967 275 meet; highlights of meeting; photo.
3 Staley, '37, named to presidency of Alumni Association
Alumnus 46:3, p.11
9/1/1961 Walter E. Brown elected vice president; Stanley Reeves elected to Board; photo.
4 Old Gold 1948
Old Gold 0:0, p.3
6/1/1948 Title page for this issue of the Old Gold, listing the editors as Harold E. Sturm and Ben Rodamar and the business manager as Stanley Reeves, with Travis Smiley photographer.
5 Blue Key
Old Gold 0:0, p.146
6/1/1937 Description, activities, officers, and members; promotes leadership among men; photos.
6 Seniors, 1936-'37
Old Gold 0:0, p.243
6/1/1937 Senior portraits; photos.
7 Single veteran on tennis squad
Old Gold 0:0, p.213
6/1/1937 Coach Homer C. Haddox started the tennis season with only one veteran; photos.
8 The College Eye staff
Old Gold 0:0, p.226
6/1/1937 Members put in hours of work to make the newspaper the best; photos.
9 Who's Who
Old Gold 0:0, p.180
6/1/1937 Profiles of prominent students; photos.
10 Tennis squad to miss Reeves-McNabb combination
Alumnus 21:2, p.18
4/1/1937 1937 tennis season preview.
11 College Eye staff exchanges places for present issue
College Eye 28:21, p.1
2/19/1937 Staff changes assignments.
12 The Line
College Eye 28:12, p.2
12/4/1936 Campus gossip; how not to study.
13 Reeves wins first in statue contest
College Eye 28:10, p.5
11/13/1936 Stanley Reeves wins Professor Horns' sculpture.
14 Board elects ten to Eye; Stanley Reeves is named as managing editor for present
College Eye 28:6, p.1
10/16/1936 Roster of College Eye staff members.
15 White, Blanchard named most valuable by board, coaches
Alumnus 20:4, p.20
10/1/1936 Roster of letter-winners, including first major letters in tennis.
16 Spring sport letter winners are announced; awards given 36 sportsmen; Champlin, De Spain earn special merit
College Eye 27:6, p.4
7/3/1936 Letters were awarded to tennis men for the first time in ISTC history; photo.
17 Racqueteers win in conference
Alumnus 20:3, p.20
7/1/1936 Tennis team wins conference singles and doubles titles for second year in row; season wrap-up.
18 Reeves annexes honors in North Central singles tilt
College Eye 27:3, p.4
6/12/1936 Stanley Reeves won three out of four matches against Bill McNabb.
19 Tennis team
Old Gold 0:0, p.209
6/1/1936 Season highlights; photos.
20 Reeves, McNabb to defend loop net titles today
College Eye 27:1, p.4
5/22/1936 Two ISTC men travel to Brookings, South Dakota, to meet in the North Central Conference championships.
21 Number one man
College Eye 27:41, p.4
5/1/1936 Senior Stanley Reeves plays tennis; photo.
22 Haddox has veterans for tennis
Alumnus 20:2, p.14
4/1/1936 Season preview.
23 Net tourney finals may be next spring
College Eye 27:20, p.6
11/8/1935 The final match of the Haddox tennis tournament between Stanley Reeves and Harry Johnson has been delayed because of inclement weather.
24 Reeves to meet Ed Trefzger in net meet finals
College Eye 27:19, p.4
11/1/1935 Stanley Reeves will compete against freshman Ed Trefzger in the final match of the Haddox tennis tournament.
25 Trefzger in finals of Haddox tourney
College Eye 27:18, p.4
10/25/1935 Freshman Ed Trefzger will compete against the winner of the match between Stanley Reeves and Harry Johnson.
26 McNabb upset in Haddox tourney
College Eye 27:16, p.6
10/11/1935 Lloyd Ruby defeated Bill McNabb in the men's tennis tourney; Stanley Reeves will face Harry Johnson in the semi-finals.
27 Reeves, McNabb win in Haddox tourney
College Eye 27:14, p.6
9/27/1935 The men's tennis tournament continues.
28 Stanley Reeves is seeded number one in Haddox tourney
College Eye 27:13, p.4
9/20/1935 Partnerships have been drawn for the fourth annual Haddox tennis tournament.
29 Reeves to defend his title in annual fall tennis tourney
College Eye 27:12, p.4
9/9/1935 Discusses those who will compete in this men's annual fall tennis tournament.
30 Teachers College well represented on city net team
College Eye 27:50, p.4
7/26/1935 Students participate in city-wide tennis tournament.
31 Reeves wins net title
Alumnus 19:3, p.15
7/1/1935 Stanley Reeves wins conference singles; teams with Bill McNabb to win doubles; season wrap-up.
32 Earle Meikle and Everett Scott were voted to be the men of greatest value
Public Relations News Release 1934:1108, p.1
6/16/1935 Letters and numerals for tennis, track, and baseball were announced by S. A. Lynch.
33 Tennis
Old Gold 0:0, p.247
6/1/1935 1935 schedule and team members; photos.
34 Ainley triumphs in loop net tourney
College Eye 26:44, p.136
5/24/1935 Bruce Ainley of Simpson College won the conference tennis meet.
35 The tennis team will enter the North Central tennis tournament
Public Relations News Release 1934:1080, p.1
5/24/1935 Reeves and McNabb will play singles and team up for doubles.
36 Track, tennis teams leave for Brookings; will compete for North Central loop titles
College Eye 26:44, p.136
5/24/1935 Teams head to South Dakota in pursuit of conference titles.
37 The annual Iowa Intercollegiate conference tennis meet will be held Friday and Saturday
Public Relations News Release 1934:1067, p.1
5/16/1935 Each school is allowed two men in singles and one doubles pair.
38 The Teachers College tennis team will swing into action this afternoon
Public Relations News Release 1934:1053, p.1
5/8/1935 The panthers will meet Carleton College for the second time this week.
39 The Teachers College baseball and tennis teams will both be in action twice this week
Public Relations News Release 1934:1036, p.1
4/28/1935 The track team will be attending the Dakota relays.
40 Using the same four men who lost Monday, the tennis team is planning to reverse that decision
Public Relations News Release 1934:1031, p.1
4/26/1935 Coach Haddox hopes to gain an edge in doubles play by pairing veterans Reeves and McNabb.
41 The Teachers College tennis team hopes to upset its conqueror tomorrow in a return engagement
Public Relations News Release 1934:1037, p.1
4/25/1935 Starting lineup for the match against Grinnell.
42 Teachers College athletes will be in action four days this week
Public Relations News Release 1934:1026, p.1
4/21/1935 The tennis team has two meets, the baseball team one, and the track team will compete in the Drake Relays.
43 Haddox names tennis lineup
College Eye 26:39, p.4
4/19/1935 Cutler, Reeves, and McNabb will take three of the four starting spots.
44 The Teachers College tennis players will finish preliminary workouts this week
Public Relations News Release 1934:1011, p.1
4/15/1935 Season schedule.
45 Reeves clinches Haddox cup by beating Hinson
College Eye 26:18, p.4
10/26/1934 A long final was played for the Haddox Cup; Reeves proves himself victorious.
46 Players approach quarter final of tennis tournament
College Eye 26:15, p.4
10/5/1934 Stanley Reeves still remains the favorite in the annual fall tennis tournament.
47 Many third round matches have been played in the third annual Haddox tennis tournament
Public Relations News Release 1934:615, p.2
9/30/1934 Summary of completed matches.
48 Reeves advances to third round of fall tennis meet
College Eye 26:14, p.4
9/28/1934 Reeves was the winner of the tournament in 1932 and this year had no problem defeating his competitor to advance to the next round.
49 All four seeded players drew byes
Public Relations News Release 1934:605, p.1
9/9/1934 Program for the third annual Haddox Trophy tennis tournament.
50 Panther aces enter record's city net meet; Stanley Reeves is seeded number one spot in tourney
College Eye 26:11, p.4
8/17/1934 Twenty-three compete in tournament.


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