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Sage--Leland Livingston (History Faculty)

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101 The Line
Rohlfs--Nancy (Nan) Margo (Class of 1951)
College Eye 42:11, p.2
12/1/1950 'News' from around the campus.
102 Nadine Conner, Met Star, at ISTC Feb. 1
Public Relations News Release 1950:142, p.1
11/28/1950 Soprano Nadine Conner, star of Metropolitan opera, will be the next artist on the 1950-51 concert course. The California-born singer has had leading roles in at least 12 operas since her 1941 Met debut as Pamina in "The Magic Flute."
103 Violinist Renardy at TC tonight
Public Relations News Release 1950:116, p.1
11/8/1950 Ossy Renardy, young gifted violinist born in Vienna but an American since 1937, will present a concert in the auditorium. Renardy is the owner of a violin made in 1743. The violin, said to have been Paganini's is valued at over $50,000.
104 Violinist Renardy to play at TC
Public Relations News Release 1950:110, p.1
11/2/1950 Ossy Renardy will present the second concert of the 1950-51 Lyceum series. The musician recently acquired a violin which he claims was made in 1743, is valued at over $50,000, and is said to have been Paganini's.
105 Panel featured at first meeting of Pi Gamma Mu
College Eye 42:7, p.6
10/27/1950 Will talk about relationships among social sciences.
106 Baritone Leonard Warren of the Metropolitan Opera company will open the 1950-1951 Concert course at 8:15 p.m., Oct. 12
Public Relations News Release 1950:25, p.1
9/20/1950 Completing the concert course will be Violinist Ossy Renardy, Soprano Nadine Conner, and Pianist Jean Casadesus. Baritone Warren has starred in 22 Metropolitan operas in New York besides appearing in major opera roles in other cities.
107 J. W. Maucker will be inaugurated as fifth president of the college on Friday, September 15, in the Men's Gymnasium
Public Relations News Release 1950:15, p.1
9/12/1950 The inauguration will coincide with the traditional matriculation convocation held every fall. Henry C. Shull, will present Maucker to the faculty and students. Maucker's inaugural address is entitled "The Obligations of Opportunity."
108 Faculty
Old Gold 0:0, p.208
6/1/1950 List of faculty; photo.
109 Pi gamma mu
Old Gold 0:0, p.143
6/1/1950 Brief description of the group; photo.
110 Singher presents finale of series
College Eye 41:22, p.1
3/17/1950 Mr. Singher will replace Brian Sullivan in the final program of the Lecture-Concert Series.
111 Four faculty members attend meeting at SUI
College Eye 41:21, p.3
3/10/1950 Conference was held for teachers of history and social studies.
112 Lecture Concert Committee receives large contribution
College Eye 41:4, p.2
10/7/1949 A $500 contribution has been received from an anonymous Cedar Falls donor; similar gifts received in other years.
113 Film Club to see foreign movies
College Eye 41:2, p.1
9/23/1949 Two hundred students and faculty in attendance for first meeting.
114 Five concert attractions to be given
College Eye 40:32, p.1
6/17/1949 Brief list of performers for 1949-1950 season.
115 Social Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.40
6/1/1949 Brief description of the department; photo.
116 Musical Notes
Harnack--Robert Victor (Class of 1950)
College Eye 40:30, p.6
5/13/1949 Points out the important people in his college career.
117 New schedule of concerts is announced
College Eye 40:30, p.1
5/13/1949 Changes for the 1949-1950 season.
118 Sage discloses next Lecture Concertists
College Eye 40:26, p.1
4/15/1949 Schedule for the 1949-1950 season.
119 Tourel songs offer variety of languages
College Eye 40:7, p.1
10/29/1948 Performance preview.
120 Concert series entertainment is tops, committee reports
Hansen--Dolores Jean (Class of 1949)
College Eye 40:5, p.6
10/15/1948 A look at the effort involved in selecting the performers.
121 Dr. Sage granted leave
Alumnus 32:3, p.2
7/1/1948 Will work on biography of William Boyd Allison.
122 Inspiring Instrumentalists
Old Gold 0:0, p.140
6/1/1948 William Primrose and Robert Goldsand are two musicians that held concerts at Teachers College. Primrose was a Violist and Goldsand a pianist. A photo of both accompany the article, as well as that of Leland Sage, Lecture-Concert Series Chairman; photo.
123 Instructional Staff
Old Gold 0:0, p.58
6/1/1948 This page lists and shows some of the Instructional Staff; photo.
124 Chorus, choir to present extra concert
College Eye 39:31, p.1
5/14/1948 For students and campus visitors.
125 Sage granted leave to work on biography
College Eye 39:31, p.1
5/14/1948 Will be on leave for summer and one quarter of the 1948-1949 school year to complete biography of William Boyd Allison.
126 8 concerts to be given next year
College Eye 39:23, p.1
3/19/1948 Schedule for the 1948-1949 season.
127 Bouquets--Ellington concert handled well
College Eye 39:18, p.2
2/6/1948 Thanks the people who brought Duke Ellington to TC.
128 Duke Ellington to play here
College Eye 39:15, p.1
1/16/1948
129 Guest gives stand on Wallace
Guest--Charles Boyd (English Faculty)
College Eye 39:15, p.2
1/16/1948 Speaks in favor of Henry Wallace's decision to run for President of the United States.
130 Henry Wallace presidential campaign is opposed by members of faculty
College Eye 39:14, p.1
1/9/1948 Faculty express opinions on Henry Wallace's plans.
131 Bampton concert to be March 9
College Eye 39:13, p.5
12/19/1947 Rose Bampton will perform.
132 Two modern dance groups to be here
College Eye 39:12, p.1
12/12/1947 Charles Weidman group and Erick Hawkins Trio will perform.
133 Teachers oppose strict censorship
College Eye 39:7, p.3
10/31/1947 Professors express opinions on proposed governmental regulations.
134 Season tickets now available says Dr. Sage
College Eye 39:1, p.1
9/19/1947 Season ticket costs $2.40 for the six events; brief description of the series.
135 Untitled
College Eye 39:1, p.1
9/19/1947 Verla Schoening, Beverly Brunz, Madelyne Elscott, and Rachel Rinehart play cards at the Polishing Party while Professors Howard, Silvey and Sage watch.
136 Committees
Old Gold 0:0, p.27
6/1/1947 List of names; photo.
137 Faculty
Old Gold 0:0, p.112
6/1/1947 List of faculty; photo.
138 Lecture-concert series 1946-1947
Old Gold 0:0, p.266
6/1/1947 Brief description of the series; photo.
139 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia
Old Gold 0:0, p.171
6/1/1947 Brief description of the group; photo.
140 Pi Gamma Mu
Old Gold 0:0, p.172
6/1/1947 Brief description of the group; photo.
141 Name artists to appear in concerts
College Eye 38:33, p.1
5/23/1947 Preview of the 1947-1948 Lecture-Concert Series.
142 Sage announces Lecture-Concert summer program
College Eye 38:32, p.8
5/16/1947 Will feature ISTC faculty.
143 Campus Commentary
Flanagan--James Martin (Student--1946-1947)
College Eye 38:27, p.3
4/11/1947 Believes that ISTC Greeks are good for campus, praises efforts of Guest and Sage, and names Shirley Ann Nelson as student of the week.
144 A happy committee-man is Dr. Leland Sage
Alumnus 31:2, p.9
4/1/1947 Professor Sage talks about his work in arranging for concerts and lectures; photo.
145 Musical Notes
Smith--Warren Allen (Class of 1948)
College Eye 38:13, p.2
12/13/1946 Announces upcoming music related events on campus.
146 Sage favors music and steak, keeps busy with school, concerts
Cook--Vernetta (Class of 1947)
College Eye 38:12, p.2
12/6/1946 Profile of Leland Sage.
147 Met stars head concert series
Alumnus 30:4, p.1
10/1/1946 Schedule of performers in 1946-1947 Lecture-Concert Series.
148 Campus Commentary
College Eye 37:43, p.2
8/16/1946 Discusses the progress made by the College Players, congratulates the Lecture-Concert committee, the Couples Club, the upcoming football season, and summer term examinations.
149 Lecture on southwestern folklore
Public Relations News Release 1946:265, p.1
8/5/1946 J. Frank Dobie will speak on his latest book, "A Texas in England". Dobie is a professor of creative writing at the University of Texas. He has been teaching and writing for nearly twenty five years.
150 Lecture-Concert series schedule varied programs for coming year
College Eye 37:41, p.1
8/2/1946 A look at the 1946-1947 season.

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