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401 State conservation officers were caught using illegal practices recently in Springbrook State park, near Guthrie Center. But it was part of the game
Public Relations News Release 1950:413, p.1
7/5/1951 The officers staged the setup so 52 teachers could distinguish unlawful methods of fishing, trapping, and hunting, said G. W. Mouser, director of the Teachers Conservation camp being held in the park. Teachers listed.
402 The student ratio at the college this summer is two women for every man
Public Relations News Release 1950:395, p.1
6/14/1951 Registrar Marshall R. Beard said Thursday morning's registration count included 850 women and 410 men, for a total of 1,260. Officials at the college's branch summer school at Missouri Valley reported an enrollment of 77. Registration was held Monday.
403 A United Nations flag will be presented to the college at the summer convocation assembly
Public Relations News Release 1950:389, p.1
6/5/1951 The flag will be a gift of the Cedar Falls chapter of United World Federalists, according to Frank Hill of the convocations committee. President J. W. Maucker will address the assembly on "Mid-Century Perspective."
404 Oh! What a horrible memory
Old Gold 0:0, p.22
6/1/1951 Photo.
405 Registration set for fall quarter
College Eye 42:32, p.1
406 A three-day art workshop will be a special feature of this summer's Summer school at Missouri Valley
Public Relations News Release 1950:382, p.1
5/26/1951 Violet M. Eckhoff of Binney & Smith company, art suppliers, will conduct the workshop, which will be open to all teachers in the Missouri Valley area. William H. Dreier is director of the summer school.
407 Summer registration to be May 11 and 12
College Eye 42:29, p.1
408 Advanced registration set for May 11, 12
College Eye 42:28, p.6
409 Preliminary spring quarter registration figures at the college had reached a total of 2270 Thursday according to Marshall R. Beard, registrar
Public Relations News Release 1950:276, p.1
3/23/1951 This figure represents a drop of 7.4 per cent from the winter quarter enrollment of 2456. Nine hundred sixteen men are registered for this quarter and 1354 women as compared to the 1008 men and 1448 women of the winter quarter.
410 Do's, don'ts are offered to relieve change of registration heartaches
Davis--Shirlee (Student--1951)
College Eye 42:23, p.1
3/15/1951 A look at registration procedures; photo.
411 Tuesday is last day for spring registering
College Eye 42:23, p.3
412 Spring quarter starts March 20 at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1950:255, p.1
3/6/1951 Spring quarter registration will be completed Tuesday for new students and others who were unable to register in advance about two weeks ago. Eighteen hundred and seventy students have registered in advance.
413 ISTC's "Hay Day" delayed a week
Public Relations News Release 1950:223, p.1
2/19/1951 Last Friday's paralyzing ice storm set the "Hay Day" back a week. The special day for women athletes will be held this Saturday according to Shirley Winsberg of the athletic department. Schools listed.
414 Advance registration set for Feb. 20, 21
College Eye 42:18, p.1
415 ISTC enlistments easing some
Public Relations News Release 1950:181, p.1
1/18/1951 The male enrollment drop for the two weeks following registration was only 28 and most of those were service enlistments between Jan. 2 and 6. Over 40 men cancelled winter quarter registration for military reasons during winter vacation.
416 Enlistment fever hits campus; 61 men cancel registrations
College Eye 42:14, p.1
1/12/1951 List of those who cancelled registration for military reasons.
417 2488 Register at ISTC, Military drain felt
Public Relations News Release 1950:168, p.1
1/4/1951 Registrar Marshall R. Beard announced a registration total of 2488 including 1036 men and 1452 women. About forty men, up to Thursday noon, had cancelled winter quarter registrations "for military reasons."
418 Registration day dance
College Eye 42:9, p.1
419 Latest teachers College Enrollment is 2675
Public Relations News Release 1950:44, p.1
9/25/1950 This fall's enrollment of 2675 students at the College includes 79 percent more men and 25 percent more women than the four prewar fall averages. Last year's fall count totaled 2947 students.
420 The freshman program will begin Sunday evening, September 10
Public Relations News Release 1950:14, p.1
9/8/1950 Convocations will be in the main auditorium for new women students and Gilchrist chapel for the new men. The activities scheduled for the rest of the week include registration, placement tests, open house at the library. New Students listed.
421 Set advanced registration for July 26, 27: raise students fees slightly for thirteen week quarter
College Eye 41:36, p.1
7/21/1950 Fees for the fall quarter have been set at a total of $188; $36 tuition fees, $36 room rent, and $116 for food service.
422 Important events
Old Gold 0:0, p.16
6/1/1950 Activities at the beginning of the school year; photo.
423 A look back through the 1949-1950 year reveals changes, championships
Wittmer--Berta (Class of 1954)
College Eye 41:30, p.2
5/12/1950 The year in review.
424 Pre-registration held this week
College Eye 41:29, p.3
5/5/1950 Cost for summer session will be $160 which includes tuition, room, and board.
425 Improve registration procedure
College Eye 41:18, p.1
2/3/1950 Juniors will have their registration cards checked at the place of advising to alleviate last quarter's difficulties.
426 Registration for winter quarter starts Tuesday
College Eye 41:8, p.1
11/4/1949 Classes will not be held on Wednesday of next week so that all juniors, sophomores, and freshmen can register. Seniors will register on the preceding Tuesday.
427 Advance registration for fall term is high
College Eye 40:40, p.3
8/12/1949 1048 have registered.
428 Juniors and seniors will register Wed.
College Eye 40:38, p.1
7/29/1949 Registration procedures.
429 Registration and first fall classes
Old Gold 0:0, p.51
6/1/1949 Photos.
430 Old students may register; new students June 1
College Eye 40:28, p.1
4/29/1949 Registration procedures.
431 Students will register on Tuesday
College Eye 40:17, p.1
1/28/1949 Registration schedule and procedures.
432 Spring schedules
College Eye 40:16, p.1
1/21/1949 Are now available.
433 Registration to start again on November 29
College Eye 40:10, p.8
434 Tutor Timetable
College Eye 40:10, p.1
11/19/1948 Campus events.
435 2661 students register for winter quarter
College Eye 40:9, p.4
11/12/1948 In a procedural change, women began their registration in their dorms rather than in the office of the Dean of Women.
436 Registration schedule is announced
College Eye 40:7, p.1
10/29/1948 Registration procedures.
437 Winter schedule books
Lamke--Tom A.(Class of 1937; Coordinator of Research)
College Eye 40:6, p.1
10/22/1948 Are available.
438 Registration set for August 5-6; Registrar has schedules for students
College Eye 39:40, p.1
7/30/1948 Registration procedures.
439 Students sign up for summer
College Eye 39:33, p.1
6/11/1948 Students register for the summer quarter; photo.
440 College Services in Action
Old Gold 0:0, p.29
6/1/1948 Scenes from the extension office, registration, and business office; photo.
441 Advanced registration set for May 6, 7, 8
College Eye 39:29, p.1
442 Around the Campus
Blake--Roger O. (Class of 1948)
College Eye 39:19, p.3
2/13/1948 Comments on recent dramatic productions, registration procedures, and intercollegiate basketball games.
443 Give advance registration details
College Eye 39:17, p.8
1/30/1948 Schedules and regulations for registration.
444 Advisement found highly efficient says Registrar
College Eye 39:8, p.3
11/7/1947 Registrar Beard reports on a recent meeting.
445 Time out for thinking . . .
Smith--Warren Allen (Class of 1948)
College Eye 39:8, p.2
11/7/1947 Discusses registration and criticizes the forms that ask for race and nationality.
446 Schedule for advance registration next week
College Eye 39:7, p.1
10/31/1947 Procedures and schedule.
447 Beard announces dates for registration
College Eye 39:6, p.1
448 Dr. Beard, Registrar, reports heaviest of advance registration
College Eye 38:43, p.5
8/15/1947 Twice as many of pre-registered as ever before; housing situation very difficult.
449 Lamke to return to assist Beard
College Eye 38:43, p.1
8/15/1947 Will supervise registration and veterans activities.
450 August 5-8 set for registration
College Eye 38:40, p.1
7/25/1947 Brief summary of procedures.


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