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Sickness

Displaying 101 - 115 of 115
Title Date Summary
101 We regret very much
Normal Eyte 4:9, p.138
11/10/1894 Some students still have the mumps.
102 Owing to the illness of certain parties
Normal Eyte 3:21, p.168
2/17/1894 Oratorical contest postponed.
103 The dreaded foe
Normal Eyte 3:21, p.167
2/17/1894 Many have the measles, but none has taken a serious turn.
104 Misses Cora Patterson, Ethelyn Davies, Kittie Maher, and others
Normal Eyte 3:20, p.159
2/10/1894 Many have been sick.
105 Aside from examinations
Normal Eyte 3:14, p.112
12/9/1893 Examinations, dismissals, and sickness have been the most common events.
106 Considering the state of health
Normal Eyte 3:13, p.103
12/2/1893 Need new salutation in light of recent sickness.
107 Why is it thus?
Normal Eyte 3:5, p.40
10/7/1893 Quite a number of students are sick again this year.
108 Commencement '93
Normal Eyte 2:37, p.281
6/17/1893 120 graduate; all faculty except Prof. Parish attend; last term plagued with sickness.
109 Wednesday afternoon, June 7th, George Wright
Normal Eyte 2:36, p.275
6/10/1893 Died of bowel trouble; third student to die of this problem this year.
110 But a few weeks were allowed Prof. Parish to enjoy his health
Normal Eyte 2:35, p.267
6/3/1893 Quite seriously ill again; Mr. Chapman will close work in the chemistry classes; three faculty absent due to illness.
111 Professors Parish and Page
Normal Eyte 2:28, p.217
4/15/1893 Still sick and unable to return to class.
112 A sudden gleam of joy
Normal Eyte 2:25, p.201
3/18/1893 School will close one week early because of sickness among students and faculty.
113 The jest and joys of another delightful term of study
Normal Eyte 2:25, p.195
3/18/1893 Students and faculty have experienced a great deal of sickness; advanced work in Latin and the sciences has made great progress; military drill extended during winter term.
114 The sickness along Normal Street
Normal Eyte 2:25, p.200
3/18/1893 Landlords and landladies have been sick; boarders have found meals elsewhere.
115 The rage of cholera
Normal Eyte 2:2, p.13
9/20/1892 Advice on dealing with the disease.

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