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Mrs. Frank L. Long
Alumnus 36:2, p.22
|5/1/1952||The former Marion Shillinglaw died on January 25, 1952.|
Mrs. Emma Shillinglaw
Alumnus 28:4, p.20
|10/1/1944||Mother of six ISTC graduates and students died May 2, 1944.|
Mr. Ralph Shillinglaw
College Eye 1:9, p.5
|11/8/1911||Has returned from Canada to spend the winter.|
Old Gold 0:0, p.146
Minnesingers will give concert
Normal Eyte 21:22, p.392
|3/1/1911||As part of their concert, the Minnesingers Glee Club will perform three songs to help select a school song; winning song will be chosen as the I. S. T. C. song.|
Football review for 1909; victorious season gives team high rank; twelve players receive emblems; 1910 prospects good; Boatman is captain
Normal Eyte 20:12, p.205
|12/4/1909||Teachers go undefeated; review of the 1909 season and prospects for the 1910 season; photo.|
Athletics; Teachers defeat Lenox; football game proves an easy victory; score of 36 to 0 tells tale; game played on heavy field.
Normal Eyte 20:6, p.115
|10/13/1909||George Vinall makes first touchdown.|
Athletics; Teachers win football game; Charles City College is defeated; score, 28-0; twenty-two men give a try-out.
Normal Eyte 20:5, p.98
|10/6/1909||Quarterback George Vinall keeps team moving fast.|
Athletics; football season opens Saturday; team is in good shape for game with Charles City College.
Normal Eyte 20:4, p.64
|9/29/1909||Game starts at 3:00 Saturday.|
A daily football practice; Coach Simmons is giving the candidates stiff workouts.
Normal Eyte 20:2, p.29
|9/15/1909||A closer look at football practice.|
Athletics; prospects for football season are good.
Normal Eyte 20:1, p.13
|9/8/1909||Nine returnees for this year's team; schedule of games.|
Old Gold 0:0, p.161
|6/1/1909||Brief history; photo.|
Normal Eyte 19:4, p.56
|9/30/1908||Schedule being arranged; the potential benefits of being able to coach football; Russell Glasener injured.|
Old Gold 0:0, p.148
|6/1/1908||Troubadours formed in 1899 to prepare members for Minnesingers. Membership hit a record level in 1908 with forty members; photo.|