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1 Are we ready for smallpox?
Public Relations News Release 2002:242, p.1
12/9/2002 Threat of bioterrorism and smallpox will be discussed.
2 63 percent of T. C. need vaccination
College Eye 32:11, p.4
11/22/1940 Breakdown on those who need small pox vaccination.
3 Many given vaccinations
College Eye 31:27, p.2
4/13/1940 About half of those eligible took the small pox inoculation; description of other services available at the Health Center.
4 Dr. Durfee reports students are interested in immunization
College Eye 31:17, p.1
1/26/1940 Believes immunization against small pox is important.
5 "Bean" Hutchison says rumor isn't so
College Eye 29:19, p.1
2/4/1938 Lambda Gamma Nu house quarantined for small pox.
6 Bartlett residents schedule for inoculations
College Eye 29:13, p.5
12/10/1937 For diphtheria and smallpox.
7 Everett Ludley
Alumnus 21:1, p.23
1/1/1937 Met alumna Josephine Phillips, the former Josephine Noble, through the Wearever Aluminum Company, where he works.
8 The condition of Clyde Leeds
College Eye 21:27, p.2
4/11/1930 Recovering from an operation for appendicitis; other students in the hospital.
9 Max Clark
College Eye 16:18, p.8
1/21/1925 Confined to hospital due to his reaction to a small pox vaccination.
10 Sport summary
College Eye 16:18, p.6
1/21/1925 Upcoming basketball games have been postponed due to small pox outbreaks; varsity and freshmen basketball squads previewed.
11 Nearly 600 vaccinated during past week; all are urged to cooperate in prevention of epidemic
College Eye 16:17, p.1
1/14/1925 For small pox.
12 Flossie Allsup
College Eye 12:23, p.8
2/23/1921 Recovering from small pox; hope to return to school soon.
13 Hospital notes
College Eye 12:18, p.8
1/19/1921 Vera Duncan has had rheumatism; several students have had small pox.
14 Miss Swanhild Pederson
College Eye 9:5, p.8
10/17/1917 Returned home after a small pox scare.
15 Miss Marie Mullarky
College Eye 3:26, p.438
4/16/1914 Home from Algona after her school closed due to small pox.
16 Miss Josephine Dodge
College Eye 3:25, p.422
4/9/1914 Confined to the hospital with serious complications resulting from a vaccination.
17 Mr. W. J. Knobbs
College Eye 3:20, p.342
2/19/1914 Recovered from an attack of small pox and has taken up his school work again.
18 Small pox nevermore
Old Gold 0:0, p.253
6/1/1911 A poem about vaccination for small pox.
19 Miss Vera De Seelhorst
College Eye 1:6, p.103
4/26/1911 Went home after reaction to vaccination.
20 Miss Kathryn Heddens
College Eye 1:5, p.85
4/19/1911 Left for Charles City because of a serious indisposition brought on by her vaccination.
21 Editorial
College Eye 1:4, p.57
4/12/1911 Editorial encourages the enforcement of a thirty day quarantine for people sick with small pox or scarlet fever.
22 Official Notes
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Normal Eyte 21:13, p.216
12/14/1910 Discusses the meeting of the Educational Board of Examiners, the need for small pox vaccines, and the increasing number of Americans who drink alcohol and smoke.
23 It is now some time
Normal Eyte 18:21, p.327
2/26/1908 Lengthy obituary for Susie Young, who died while doing missionary work in India.
24 Abigail Shumway
Normal Eyte 18:12, p.192
12/11/1907 Has small pox; intended to return to school for the winter term.
25 Dr. Gist's family
Normal Eyte 16:28, p.446
4/18/1906 Now out of quarantine.
26 The Cramer family
Normal Eyte 15:19, p.303
2/8/1905 Have been released from quarantine.
27 Etta Thomas
Normal Eyte 15:18, p.286
2/1/1905 Is sick with small pox.
28 Etta Thomas
Normal Eyte 15:17, p.269
1/25/1905 Is quarantined to her home due to small pox.
29 David Patten
Normal Eyte 12:23, p.364
3/15/1902 Will substitute as principal in Pomeroy.
30 G. W. Randlett
Normal Eyte 12:23, p.361
3/15/1902 Home quarantined for small pox.
31 Lottie Green
Normal Eyte 12:22, p.348
3/1/1902 Brother quarantined for small pox.
32 H. B. Lizer
Normal Eyte 12:21, p.328
2/22/1902 Teaching at Mt. Auburn; George Cleveland is recovering from small pox.
33 In spite of the precautions
Normal Eyte 12:21, p.331
2/22/1902 Des Moines schools closed due to small pox; ISNS students urged to be cautious.
34 George Cleveland
Normal Eyte 12:20, p.314
2/15/1902 Quarantined by small pox.
35 Three of the Porter Hall girls
Normal Eyte 12:20, p.315
2/15/1902 Gave a ghost party; endure small pox vaccinations.
36 Word has been received
Normal Eyte 12:18, p.278
2/1/1902 Doing well in Parker, South Dakota.
37 Carrie Erickson and Blanche Kleeb
Normal Eyte 12:17, p.268
1/25/1902 Absent from class.
38 Ida Strawn
Normal Eyte 12:15, p.235
1/11/1902 On vacation due to small pox in her school.
39 Student quarantined
Normal Eyte 11:34, p.833
6/1/1901 Joseph Johnson may have small pox; quarantined on northwest corner of campus.
40 J. A. Boyle's school
Normal Eyte 11:29, p.714
4/27/1901 Closed due to small pox.
41 Nearly all of the faculty
Normal Eyte 10:19, p.463
2/9/1901 Have been vaccinated for small pox.
42 Sawyer's Club
Normal Eyte 10:19, p.463
2/9/1901 Has small pox scare; twenty-two vaccinated.
43 Our friend says
Students' Offering 7:29, p.5
3/1/1883 Arm recovered from vaccination.
44 Now let the ubiquitous small pox fiend appear
Students' Offering 6:22, p.6
2/1/1882 Students have been vaccinated.

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