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Rogers--Rutherford D. (Class of 1936)

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51 Returning alumni will find the sixteenth annual Homecoming a busy one
Public Relations News Release 1935:130, p.3
10/14/1935 Schedule of events.
52 Songs and plays in French, Spanish, and German will feature the conference on languages
Public Relations News Release 1935:84, p.2
10/5/1935 Schedule of events.
53 Dr. Vio Mae Powell names the production staff for the Homecoming play
Public Relations News Release 1935:76, p.1
10/2/1935 Staff members.
54 Sigma Tau Delta
Public Relations News Release 1935:33, p.1
9/20/1935 Fraternity and Purple Pen officers were elected.
55 Invitations sent for conference on languages
College Eye 27:53, p.1
8/23/1935 Highlights of the October conference.
56 Eight students make 'A' record in Spring term; seventy-one named with grade point average over 3.33
College Eye 27:48, p.1
7/12/1935 List of those honored; photo.
57 Perfect grades were earned by two students during the spring term
Public Relations News Release 1934:1114, p.2
7/1/1935 Honor roll students.
58 Blue Key
Old Gold 0:0, p.167
6/1/1935 The Blue Key was founded in 1931; purpose, advisors, officers, and members; photos.
59 Kappa Delta Pi
Old Gold 0:0, p.170
6/1/1935 The local chapter was established in 1923; advisor, officers, and members; photos.
60 Lambda Gamma Nu
Old Gold 0:0, p.214
6/1/1935 Organized in 1923; aims, advisors, officers, and members; photos.
61 Literary Workshop
Old Gold 0:0, p.180
6/1/1935 Organized in 1929; purpose, advisor, officers, and members; photos.
62 Sigma Tau Delta
Old Gold 0:0, p.177
6/1/1935 Organized in 1928; purpose, advisor, officers, and members; photos.
63 Drama students will present the first amateur production of "The Distaff Side" on May 29
Public Relations News Release 1934:1086, p.2
5/24/1935 Description of the play and cast and crew members.
64 Dramatists initiate eight at ceremony
College Eye 26:44, p.135
5/24/1935 Theta Alpha Phi welcomed eight new members and hosted a dinner.
65 Rogers elected head of Romance Language Club Tuesday evening
College Eye 26:43, p.3
5/17/1935 Roster of officers; Professor Ruegnitz speaks on Mexico.
66 Scholarship given to Strong, Rogers by Kappa Delta Pi
College Eye 26:43, p.3
67 Mothers are to be honored by campus organizations tomorrow
College Eye 26:42, p.3
5/10/1935 Schedule of organizational plans.
68 Hazel B. Strayer and H. Darkes Albright will be speakers at the Play Production Conference
Public Relations News Release 1934:1029, p.2
4/21/1935 Program for the event, and profiles of Miss Strayer and Mr. Albright.
69 Hazel B. Strayer and H. Darkes Albright will be speakers at the Teachers College Conference on Play Production
Public Relations News Release 1934:1028, p.1
4/21/1935 Program for the event.
70 Beebe elected new leader of Student Council; chosen as new president at Council meeting Wednesday
College Eye 26:39, p.1
4/19/1935 Brief profiles of Council officers.
71 Perfect grades in eighteen hours of work were earned by Hilda Miller
Public Relations News Release 1934:1017, p.2
4/18/1935 Honor roll students.
72 Telleen and Rogers elected to council
College Eye 26:38, p.1
73 Six students were named as candidates for membership on the Student Council
Public Relations News Release 1934:991, p.1
4/4/1935 Elections for the board of control of student publications will be held at the same time.
74 Selections from popular Broadway presentations and a one-act play will be presented
Public Relations News Release 1934:931, p.1
2/23/1935 Program for the event.
75 Honor fraternity initiates six men
College Eye 26:32, p.3
2/22/1935 Roster of new Blue Key members.
76 Inter-sorority squabble and drama slated for weekend entertainment
College Eye 26:31, p.3
2/15/1935 Campus social calendar.
77 Three students took the pledge oath to Sigma Tau Delta
Public Relations News Release 1934:911, p.1
2/13/1935 Miss Rench and Mr. Rogers were initiated full members, and Mr Rider will become an associate member.
78 Leroy Furry was chosen editor-in-chief
Public Relations News Release 1934:883, p.1
2/11/1935 The editorial board will evaluate manuscripts of members of the Writer's Club
79 Board of editors named by writers
College Eye 26:30, p.1
2/8/1935 Part of plan to become a chapter of the Literary Workshop.
80 Blue Key bids six campus men to membership
College Eye 26:28, p.1
1/25/1935 Brief profiles of new members.
81 The Teachers College chapter of the Blue Key has voted six men to membership
Public Relations News Release 1934:829, p.1
1/20/1935 The men will be initiated at a dinner meeting in the middle of February.
82 Romance Language Club hears talk on Paris student life
College Eye 26:27, p.3
1/18/1935 Professor Lillehei speaks of student life.
83 Sigma Tau Delta elects candidates
College Eye 26:27, p.3
1/18/1935 Roster of new candidates.
84 Four women and three men earned straight A grades during the fall term
Public Relations News Release 1934:789, p.2
1/12/1935 Overall the honor roll contained fifty-seven women and twenty-three men.
85 Four plays will be presented on December 13
Public Relations News Release 1934:741, p.2
12/10/1934 The plays are a project of the fall term play production I class and scene construction class.
86 Thirteen students elected into Kappa Delta Pi
Public Relations News Release 1934:685, p.1
11/11/1934 Kappa Delta Pi will initiate the new members at a dinner on November 20.
87 The play, "Criminal at Large," will be presented as part of the Homecoming festivities
Public Relations News Release 1934:654, p.1
10/21/1934 Cast and crew of the play.
88 Two on honor roll for four terms
Alumnus 18:4, p.10
10/1/1934 John Smith and Katherine Olsen achieve distinction for four terms; Rutherford Rogers has straight As for six consecutive terms.
89 Two students have been named to the Honor Roll for the past four consecutive terms
Public Relations News Release 1934:532, p.1
7/1/1934 Many other students have also achieved high marks, and were named to the Honor Roll also.
90 Rogers leads Honor Roll of men in spring
College Eye 26:4, p.1
6/29/1934 List of those honored for a GPA over 3.33.
91 Concert Band
Old Gold 0:0, p.201
6/1/1934 Purpose, description, and members; photo.
92 English Club
Old Gold 0:0, p.147
6/1/1934 The English Club was organized in 1910; officers and members; photo.
93 Marching Band
Old Gold 0:0, p.200
6/1/1934 Officers, description, and members; photo.
94 Rutherford Rogers has completed his second year at the college with no grade below an A
Public Relations News Release 1934:525, p.1
6/1/1934 Other students also reveived straight A's, or were placed on the Honor Roll for the spring semester.
95 Writers' Club
Old Gold 0:0, p.160
6/1/1934 The Writers' Club was formed in 1929; officers and photo.
96 Drama students present "Peace on Earth"
Public Relations News Release 1932:412, p.1
4/18/1934 The anti-war play will run on April 19, 20, and 21. Forty two drama students play characters while an additional twenty take part in the mob scenes.
97 Five men head new Honor Roll; William Hinson heads list; Burch, Corton, Rogers, next in line
College Eye 25:36, p.1
3/30/1934 List of those honored.
98 Winter term honor roll achievers
Public Relations News Release 1932:398, p.1
3/28/1934 Fifty-one girls and twenty-seven men students were listed on the honor roll for the winter term.
99 Writers' Club hears talk, poetry, prose, at meeting Tuesday
College Eye 25:20, p.3
11/10/1933 Members present work.
100 Sorority rushing to start next week; societies have meetings
College Eye 25:17, p.3
10/20/1933 Campus social calendar.


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