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Title Date Summary
1 Foundation receives grant
Alumnus 52:3, p.23
9/1/1967 To be used by accounting faculty for advanced study.
2 Alumni telefund drive pays for 11 new bells
College Eye 63:42, p.12
3/21/1967 Hope to raise enough money for 32 bells.
3 SCI Foundation receives $1000 gift for Campanile
Alumnus 52:1, p.06
2/1/1967 C. B. McDonald Trust is benefactor.
4 SCI Foundation reports on 'telefund' campaign
Alumnus 52:1, p.05
2/1/1967 Eighteen percent of $32,000 Campanile campaign raised.
5 Church bequests $10,841 to SCI foundation
College Eye 63:26, p.3
1/6/1967 College Hill Interdenominational Church suggests that income from the bequest be used to bring speakers to campus or to support religious activities.
6 Contact area alumni for telefund drive
College Eye 63:21, p.8
12/2/1966 Will attempt to raise money for additional Campanile bells.
7 Anthony assumes new post
Alumnus 51:4, p.4
12/1/1966 William V. Anthony will assist Milo Lawton; will be responsible for fund-raising and Foundation projects; photo.
8 Pledges for Campanile project over $5000
Alumnus 51:4, p.12
12/1/1966 Foundation board endorses project to buy new bells and keyboard.
9 SCI Foundation appointees
Alumnus 51:4, p.12
12/1/1966 Appoint investment advisors.
10 Former student names SCI Fund in estate
College Eye 63:8, p.3
10/11/1966 Mary Schackelford, formerly Mary Jensen, left estate money to the SCI Foundation Alumni Scholarship Fund.
11 Four Iowans appointed to SCI Foundation
College Eye 63:5, p.8
9/30/1966 Fred Koch, LeRoy Redfern, Hoyt Messerer, and James Barron appointed.
12 Assistant of Alumni Affairs is appointed
College Eye 63:1, p.4
9/16/1966 William V. Anthony will be in charge of fundraising for the SCI Foundation.
13 Three profs receive grants for research
College Eye 60:58, p.3
6/17/1966 Professors Sage, Goss, and Grant receive grants from the SCI Foundation for summer work.
14 Art Dickinson memorial fund established
College Eye 60:54, p.4
5/10/1966 Foundation will build and use funds for athletic scholarships.
15 An EYE in-depth report: alumni give $110,000for student aid, esthetic projects
Hartong--Mary Anne (Class of 1967)
College Eye 60:35, p.2
2/22/1966 Discusses the SCI Foundation and its purpose and projects to provide scholarships to students through donations from alumni.
16 An editor's note: Use 'ballot' for Campanile's $25,000 tintinnabulations
College Eye 60:28, p.2
1/11/1966 Questions whether or not the new bells for the Campanile is the best project that the Foundation could undertake.
17 SCI Foundation report
Alumnus 49:1, p.12
2/1/1964 1962-1963 financial report.
18 SCI Foundation to purchase tract of land for biological project
College Eye 57:16, p.3
1/25/1963 Will purchase 75 acre tract along Snag Creek north of Cedar Falls for $6500; will use Matala memorial funds.
19 Japanese music instruments displayed in Music Building
College Eye 57:13, p.10
12/14/1962 Professor Bock assisted in SCI Foundation purchase.
20 Musical instruments from Japan have been ordered
College Eye 56:39, p.4
7/27/1962 SCI Foundation will pay for Japanese instruments.
21 Contributions for class fund encompass 87% of seniors
College Eye 56:32, p.1
5/25/1962 Class will decide later how to use the money.
22 SCI's first seniors to begin soliciting for 25-year fund
College Eye 56:29, p.6
5/4/1962 Hope to secure pledges for the future.
23 Consider the College
Lawton--Milo L. (Class of 1937; Alumni Services Staff)
Alumnus 47:1, p.1
2/1/1962 Outlines needs and uses of gifts to College.
24 College foundation purchases land
College Eye 56:15, p.6
1/12/1962 SCI Foundation purchases two-acre prairie near Butler Center Cemetery.
25 SCI Foundation purchases tract of Iowa prairie
Alumnus 46:4, p.10
12/1/1961 Two acres north of Parkersburg near Butler Center Cemetery will be named after Joseph Clay; photo.

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