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Sage--Leland Livingston (History Faculty)

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151 Mother daughter guest recital
Public Relations News Release 1946:201, p.1
6/22/1946 Virginai Bosworth, a young singing star from St. Paul, Minnesota, will be accompanied by her mother, Genevieve Bosworth, herself a well known concert singer. Recital is free and open to the public.
152 Special summer events announced by Dr. Sage
College Eye 37:34, p.3
6/7/1946 Will make use of college faculty.
153 45-46 Lectures and Concerts Calendar
Old Gold 0:0, p.236
6/1/1946 Many Lectures and Concerts come to ISTC through the Lecture-Concert committee lead by Professor Leland L. Sage; photo.
154 Board in Control of Student Publications
Old Gold 0:0, p.33
6/1/1946 The Board in Control of Student Publications will work with the Director of Publications to supervise student publications; photo.
155 Faculty
Old Gold 0:0, p.62
6/1/1946 Photos of the faculty.
156 Lecture-Concert artists chosen for next season
College Eye 37:33, p.3
5/17/1946 Professor Sage describes the events of the 1946-1947 program.
157 Ticket sales ahead of schedule
Public Relations News Release 1946:56, p.1
2/26/1946 Over half the tickets available for the Minnesota Symphony and the St. Olaf choir have been sold. The concerts are scheduled for April 25 and May 9.
158 Social science survey lists Pearson as most interesting
College Eye 37:22, p.4
2/22/1946 Social Science faculty talk about their favorite new commentators and columnists.
159 Music staff member to perform as soloist
Public Relations News Release 1946:21, p.1
1/29/1946 The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra will feature Henry Harris, pianist, during its concert in the Men's Gymnasium.
160 Lecture-Concert programs aided by $500 donation
College Eye 37:18, p.1
1/25/1946 George Wyth family continues its tradition of contributing to the program.
161 George Wyth family presents $500 to Iowa State Teachers College
Public Relations News Release 1946:16, p.1
1/23/1946 Money is to be used to bring nationally know artists to the college.
162 Igor Gorin, baritone, to sing at Iowa State Teachers College
Public Relations News Release 1946:8, p.1
1/14/1946 Gorin became a naturalized citizen in 1940 in Los Angeles.
163 Teachers College of the Air
Alumnus 30:1, p.8
1/1/1946 New programming includes music by college faculty; photo.
164 Speech contest results announced
Public Relations News Release 1945:301, p.1
12/4/1945 All students in the two day contest received ratings of good or higher. This was the first competition for all the I. S. T. C. students.
165 Three speakers added to series for winter
College Eye 37:11, p.1
11/16/1945 Roster of additions to Lecture-Concert Series.
166 Sage to speak at coffee hour
College Eye 37:4, p.1
9/28/1945
167 Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra to perform
Public Relations News Release 1945:231, p.1
9/17/1945 College Lecture Concert Committee to host a symphony concert.
168 Men's Gym to host an exhibit and demonstration of Army Air Force equipment
Public Relations News Release 1945:180, p.1
7/12/1945 The exhibit will be one of seven to be held in Iowa. Large quantities of air craft, parts, and materials will soon be available for insturctional use in schools and colleges.
169 Break-in artists force illegal entry; result satisfactory
College Eye 36:38, p.1
7/6/1945 Faculty members "break into" house to receive keys.
170 Faculty
Old Gold 0:0, p.54
6/1/1945 Faculty listed; photo.
171 Highlights
Old Gold 0:0, p.170
6/1/1945 Dr. Sockman's visit and lecture; photo.
172 Pi Gamma Mu
Old Gold 0:0, p.89
6/1/1945 The Pi Gamma Mu honorary society meets to discuss Russian and Chinese politics, discuss contemporary affairs, and initiate new members; photo.
173 Algona Branch Summer school to open June 5
Public Relations News Release 1945:140, p.1
5/28/1945 Advance enrollments are already in excess of advance enrollments for the past year. Frank W. Hill and Myron Russell will present the first concert.
174 Director of Red Oak Branch Summer School announces increased advanced registrations
Public Relations News Release 1945:142, p.1
5/28/1945 Lou A. Shepherd reveals the first scheduled series of lectures and entertainment for the Red Oak school. Advance enrollements are ahead of past years.
175 Missouri Valley Branch Summer school announces June 5 as opening day
Public Relations News Release 1945:141, p.1
5/28/1945 Program of music and lectures announced for summer school.
176 New members elected to Faculty Senate
College Eye 36:32, p.1
5/11/1945 Roster of new members.
177 V-E Day feelings
College Eye 36:32, p.2
5/11/1945 Students and faculty expresses their opinions.
178 College faculty senate announces results of election
Public Relations News Release 1945:112, p.1
5/2/1945 Seven new members named to faculty senate. The senate is made up of twenty eight members with half being elected for two year terms and the other half being ex-officio.
179 President of the Iowa Farm Bureau to address an assembly
Public Relations News Release 1945:80, p.1
4/2/1945 Allan B. Kline's address is entitled, "The Relation of Iowa's Agricultural Welfare to the Nation's Welfare".
180 Sage to conduct forum
College Eye 36:19, p.4
2/2/1945 On France.
181 Sage to lecture at Park College
College Eye 36:18, p.1
1/26/1945 On American post-war aims.
182 Dr. Leland L. Sage to speak at Park College
Public Relations News Release 1945:33, p.1
1/24/1945 "American War Aims" will be Dr. Sage's topic in Missouri.
183 'Men of the Ken' rate R. G. Swing best newscaster
College Eye 36:16, p.3
1/12/1945 Professors Sage, Thompson, and Erbe rate radio news broadcasters.
184 Westminister Choir to present concert
Public Relations News Release 1945:11, p.1
1/5/1945 As a part of the western tour, the Westminister Choir from Princeton University will sing works of Brahms, and Bach, contemporary composers and American Negro spirituals.
185 Westminster Choir, Brailowsky, and Budapest Quartet appear in February
College Eye 36:15, p.1
12/22/1944 Professor Sage describes the performers in the Lecture-Concert Series.
186 Lecture concert series
Alumnus 28:4, p.1
10/1/1944 Schedule of season performers; will include Eleanor Streber, Ralph W. Sockman, Isaac Stern, Alexander Brailowsky, and the Budapest String Quartet.
187 Correspondent to speak; David Nichol, noted writer, here Tuesday
College Eye 36:4, p.1
9/29/1944
188 College plans V-Day service upon surrender
College Eye 36:1, p.1
9/8/1944 Believe end may be in sight in Germany, but much work remains to defeat Japan.
189 Dr. Leland Sage addresses Atlantic branch student body
College Eye 35:36, p.4
6/30/1944 News from the branch summer schools.
190 Atlantic branch summer school has largest enrollment
College Eye 35:34, p.4
6/16/1944 News from the branch summer schools.
191 Assemblies
Old Gold 0:0, p.72
6/1/1944 During the summer term of 1943 several assemblies were held and very well received by a majority of the student body. The Assemblies Committee is responsible for such programs are the piano recitals and the talks; photo.
192 Assemblies
Old Gold 0:0, p.73
6/1/1944 A letter to Hilda Beal inviting her to speak at an assembly in October from Leland Sage; photo.
193 Faculty
Old Gold 0:0, p.58
6/1/1944 Faculty; photo.
194 Social Science Honors
Old Gold 0:0, p.99
6/1/1944 Brief description of the group; photo.
195 Mona Paulee guest star on campus; soprano gives concert for T. C. audience
College Eye 35:28, p.1
4/21/1944 Description of Miss Paulee's stay on campus and her performance.
196 Educational Policies Commission to consider vital campus problems
Hansen--Gladene (Class of 1945)
College Eye 35:24, p.1
3/24/1944 Faculty Philosophy Committee establishes EPC; will consider vital problems.
197 Student forum helps meet campus demand
College Eye 35:19, p.5
2/4/1944 Group discusses Soviet Union.
198 Dial Dope
College Eye 35:8, p.6
10/29/1943 Announces upcoming broadcasts on KXEL.
199 Only few tickets are unsold for concert series
College Eye 35:8, p.1
10/29/1943 Season preview.
200 Professor Sage turns chef
College Eye 35:8, p.2
10/29/1943 Professor gives out food to hungry students on Cut Day; photo.

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