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Seymour--Roy F. (Physical Education Faculty)

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1 Institutional growth; transfer of governance to the State Board of Education (1906 through June, 1909)
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.255
7/1/1990 Organization of the school into formal departments; Dean of Women Walker develops guidelines for rooming houses; photo.
2 Boy Scout executive visits college
College Eye 15:35, p.6
5/14/1924 Roy Seymour spoke to Rotary Club.
3 R. F. Seymour
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.7
7/1/1922 R. F. Seymour, former head of the Department of Physical Education, visits Cedar Falls after attending the National Meeting of Boy Scout Managers in Chicago.
4 R. F. Seymour
Alumni News Letter 5:4, p.3
10/1/1921 R. F. Seymour is appointed Regional Executive of the Boy Scouts of America for Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, and District of Columbia.
5 Seymour becomes Boy Scout leader
College Eye 13:2, p.1
9/7/1921 Roy F. Seymour is regional executive of organization.
6 R. F. Seymour
Alumni News Letter 5:3, p.4
7/1/1921 Professor R. F. Seymour, former physical education director, is named physical education specialist of the State Department of Education at Albany, New York.
7 Roy F. Seymour
Alumni News Letter 5:1, p.4
1/1/1921 Seymour offered supervisorship of Physical Education in Pennsylvania, but declined.
8 R. F. Seymour
Alumni News Letter 4:3, p.4
7/1/1920 R. F. Seymour has been appointed Assistant Inspector in Physical Education in the State Department of Education of New York.
9 Seymour gets good position
College Eye 11:31, p.1
5/5/1920 R. F. Seymour took position as Assistant Inspector in Physical Education for New York.
10 Major R.F. Seymour
Alumni News Letter 4:1, p.3
1/1/1920 R. F. Seymour gave a lecture while in Cedar Falls. He is in charge of Russian prisons near Danzig.
11 Major R. F. Seymour
College Eye 11:11, p.8
11/26/1919 Visited friends in Cedar Falls after being released from the service.
12 R. F. Seymour
Alumni News Letter 3:4, p.3
10/1/1919 Seymour wrote from New York City on his fifteen day leave.
13 Major Roy F. Seymour
Alumni News Letter 3:3, p.4
7/1/1919 Roy F. Seymour working to help Russian prisoners of war held by Germany.
14 Faculty notes 6
Alumni News Letter 3:1, p.2
1/1/1919 Roy F. Seymour, Commanding Officer, is a member of the 337th Machine Gun Battalion. Was motorized when Armistice was signed.
15 Major R. F. Seymour
College Eye 10:5, p.4
11/13/1918 Now in A. E. F. in France; letter; news and movements of his division.
16 Seymour now a major
College Eye 10:2, p.4
10/23/1918 Professor Seymour is serving as an officer in a machine gun battalion in France.
17 Liberty day, 1918
Alumni News Letter 2:3, p.4
7/1/1918 Cedar Falls celebrated Third Liberty Loan Friday with parade and public meeting.
18 The 1918 student May holiday
Alumni News Letter 2:3, p.4
7/1/1918 Program, picnic, international dances, machine gun demonstration, and band concert were held to celebrate annual May Fete.
19 Captain Seymour
College Eye 9:18, p.8
2/12/1918 Has left for Camp Dodge.
20 Capt. Seymour speaks to the battalion
College Eye 9:17, p.5
2/6/1918 Will train the soldiers in machine gun warfare.
21 Captain Seymour goes to School of Arms at Ft. Still, Oklahoma
College Eye 9:6, p.1
10/24/1917 Will learn how to operate a machine gun.
22 Capt. Seymour
College Eye 9:5, p.8
10/17/1917 Visited on Sunday.
23 Benjamin Robinson
College Eye 9:4, p.7
10/10/1917 Visited his parents over the weekend.
24 Capt. Seymour may go to France soon
College Eye 9:4, p.1
10/10/1917 R. F. Seymour is a former professor at T. C.
25 My daddy--the captain of the Army
College Eye 9:4, p.1
10/10/1917 Poem dedicated to Captain R. F. Seymour.
26 Seymour manager of Army eleven at Camp Dodge
College Eye 9:3, p.2
10/3/1917 Team will be made up of players from around the country.
27 Military instruction
Alumni News Letter 1:1, p.1
7/1/1917 Military instruction has taken the place of physical education for men. F. N. Mead and Major Holland are in charge of the instruction.
28 Baseball
Old Gold 0:0, p.189
6/1/1917 Group photo, schedule and conference results for the 1916 baseball team.
29 Department of Physical Education
Old Gold 0:0, p.68
6/1/1917 Profile and creative works on the professors in the department; photo.
30 Wearers of the TC
Old Gold 0:0, p.181
6/1/1917 Letter winners of 1917; members of the Athletic Board.
31 Editorial
College Eye 8:31, p.4
5/30/1917 Briefly discusses blue laws, Commencement activities, the activities of Vern Roderick, College Eye business, prohibition, false pretenses for visitors, calling on members of the opposite sex, chapel services, and Professor Seymour.
32 Letter from Professor Seymour
Seymour--Roy F. (Physical Education Faculty)
College Eye 8:31, p.3
5/30/1917 Describes his experiences at Fort Snelling, Minnesota, in officer training for the war.
33 Leaves of absence
College Eye 8:28, p.5
5/9/1917 Professors Seymour and Arey to take leaves of absence.
34 Mr. Seymour
College Eye 8:28, p.8
5/9/1917 Leaves May 14 to join the officers' corps.
35 Faculty asks for military training; to begin work Mon., April 30th
Hart--Irving Harlow (Extension Faculty and Archivist)
College Eye 8:25, p.1
4/18/1917 Committee on Military Training for Faculty Members outlines proposal for military education.
36 I. S. T. C. faculty members on program at Des Moines
College Eye 8:7, p.8
11/1/1916 Faculty members will be part of teaching convention.
37 Iowa Day chapel address, Oct. 20, 1916
Seymour--Roy F. (Physical Education Faculty)
College Eye 8:6, p.4
10/25/1916 Publication of address by R. F. Seymour.
38 The Spark Plug
College Eye 8:3, p.5
10/4/1916 Jokes and commentary on campus life.
39 Football in 1915
Old Gold 0:0, p.246
6/1/1916 Instruction in football given to all students without regard for making the team. Team members, schedule, and summary of the season; photo.
40 Heads of departments
Old Gold 0:0, p.15
6/1/1916 Photo.
41 The basketball team
Old Gold 0:0, p.249
6/1/1916 Team members and highlights of the 1915-1916 season; photo.
42 The team
Old Gold 0:0, p.250
6/1/1916 1915 baseball team highlights and team members; photo.
43 Seymour's nine break even; lose to Dubuque, win from Platteville
College Eye 7:30, p.1
5/17/1916 Lost baseball game due to too many errors to Dubuque, 7-3; won against Platteville.
44 Traffic committee banquet
College Eye 7:27, p.2
4/26/1916 The traffic sub-committee held a banquet for the commercial club traffic board.
45 First game Thursday, April 25
College Eye 7:26, p.1
4/19/1916 The first baseball game will be against Ellsworth College.
46 Basketball tickets
College Eye 7:12, p.7
12/15/1915 Students should present their receipt at the door for free admission to the basketball game.
47 Gridiron practice
College Eye 7:12, p.7
12/15/1915 Margaret Oliver cooked breakfast for the football players.
48 Shake-Aristos entertain team
College Eye 7:11, p.1
12/1/1915 Held an informal supper for football team.
49 Mr. R. F. Seymour
College Eye 7:7, p.8
11/3/1915 Refereed a game in Sioux City.
50 Football given educational value
College Eye 7:3, p.1
10/6/1915 Football classes will be set up and men will be required to take them; college will make some funds available for the sport; photo.


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