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Title Date Summary
251 No smoking!
College Eye 39:12, p.3
12/12/1947 SLB supports prohibition of smoking in classrooms.
252 Campus Commentary
Flanagan--James Martin (Student--1946-1947)
College Eye 38:4, p.3
10/4/1946 Discusses the drama shop, the Commons, 'female mashers', Homecoming, and smoking by women in the dorms.
253 Smoking rooms set up in girl's dormitories
College Eye 38:4, p.1
10/4/1946 Smoking will be allowed in the recreation rooms but not in the dorm rooms.
254 League appoints group to study smoking questions
College Eye 37:13, p.1
12/7/1945 Committee will include both students and faculty.
255 Price and Paul speak to league on smoking issue
College Eye 37:11, p.1
11/16/1945 Student League Board gathering information in order to make recommendation to the college administration.
256 'What in your opinion is a possible solution of the smoking situation?' Here are what some students think
College Eye 37:9, p.4
11/2/1945 ISTC students offer opinions on providing women places in which they can smoke.
257 League examines smoking situation
College Eye 37:9, p.1
11/2/1945 Attempting to find appropriate rules and regulatory body with regard to smoking by women in dorms.
258 League should handle smoking issue
College Eye 37:9, p.2
11/2/1945 Lawther Hall women believe that college should provide locations on campus in which smoking is allowed.
259 Dormitory no-smoking rule under new fire
College Eye 37:8, p.1
10/26/1945 Women currently prohibited from smoking in dormitories; Student League Board will hold discussion on the matter.
260 The Line
College Eye 36:23, p.4
3/9/1945 News from around campus.
261 Easy life does not prevent early old age, says Dr. H. Earl Rath
College Eye 36:22, p.3
2/23/1945 Professor Rath presents ideas on ways to enhance and enjoy life.
262 Tobacco in Greenhouse and still no cigarettes
College Eye 36:22, p.3
2/23/1945 Roger Wardin talks about raising tobacco in the Greenhouse.
263 Plan more informality for Commons
College Eye 32:8, p.3
11/1/1940 Hope to make dances and atmosphere less formal.
264 Have You Noticed?
Sampson--Edith M. (Student--1940)
College Eye 31:43, p.4
8/16/1940 Comments on various sights seen on TC campus.
265 Survey shows over half of students smoke
College Eye 31:23, p.4
3/15/1940 National survey results; students state favorite brands of cigarettes.
266 Survey reveals teachers can't
College Eye 31:4, p.1
10/6/1939 Report of an Ohio survey on appropriate behavior for teachers.
267 H. A. Mueller
Alumnus 23:1, p.20
1/1/1939 Now an agent for the Hartford Fire Insurance Company in St. Charles, Iowa; sends in memories called forth by a recent picture in The Alumnus. "You could not smoke on the campus," and asks: "Wonder if the co-eds smoke cigarettes these days there?
268 Douglas likes his pipes; makes unusual collection
College Eye 29:38, p.1
7/1/1938 Professor Douglas talks about his collection of pipes.
269 We may not have long faces but they say we're serious; observers report students as they appear today
College Eye 28:17, p.1
1/22/1937 Campus observers talk about the demeanor and earnestness of college students.
270 Superintendents want teachers under 30, scholastically above average, neat and likeable; study shows some would tolerate smoking, card-playing
Homan--Elaine C. (Class of 1936)
College Eye 27:16, p.1
10/11/1935 Results of survey of superintendents for what they are looking for when they hire a teacher.
271 Irish debaters declare American students take classes too seriously; education is obtained for sake of culture in Ireland
Higby--Sara (Student--1933)
College Eye 24:10, p.1
11/11/1932 Irish debaters contrast British and American college life.
272 Will the Commons be a center?
College Eye 23:49, p.2
7/8/1932 Claims that smoking should be allowed in the new Commons building.
273 Co-ed takes cigarette ads too seriously
College Eye 21:40, p.6
7/25/1930 Student claims lost purse.
274 "Lady Nicotine's" true self revealed Sunday
College Eye 21:24, p.1
3/21/1930 Professor Eells will talk about smoking at CHIC vespers.
275 Prof. smokes in church while citizens gasp
College Eye 21:9, p.1
11/8/1929 Demonstrates deleterious effects of smoking.
276 C's
College Eye 19:19, p.2
1/25/1928 Encourages future teachers not to smoke and help their students to do the same.
277 Campus corners
Old Gold 0:0, p.304
6/1/1926 Pictures from across campus; photo.
278 The Task
College Eye 17:35, p.4
3/10/1926 Demonstrates that teachers will have hard work ahead of them.
279 Smoke survey
College Eye 17:27, p.4
12/16/1925 College presidents react to lifting of smoking rules at Bryn Mawr College.
280 Suggested reforms for T. C.
College Eye 17:26, p.5
12/9/1925 Humorous suggestions to improve life on campus.
281 The inquiring reporter
College Eye 17:16, p.2
9/30/1925 Students asked opinions of smoking on campus.
282 We wanted to say something
College Eye 17:14, p.4
9/16/1925 Urges students not to smoke.
283 Smoking on the campus
College Eye 17:10, p.2
8/5/1925 Discourages smoking on campus; believes it gives bad image.
284 Homan's charts used in mowing down vile weed
College Eye 16:19, p.3
1/28/1925 Professor Homan demonstrates effects of smoking.
285 Prof. Homan will place Lady Nicotine under fire tomorrow; has made survey of sixty-four cigarette smokers on campus
College Eye 16:18, p.1
1/21/1925 Will talk about effects of smoking on physical and mental condition.
286 The Pop Off
College Eye 16:9, p.3
10/29/1924 Author speaks out against anti-smoking literature on campus.
287 Mrs. Walker talks to freshmen girls Monday evening
College Eye 16:5, p.1
10/1/1924 Urges women to copy men's virtues rather than their vices.
288 Beware, men
College Eye 14:25, p.5
12/6/1922 Warning against smoking.
289 Editorially Speaking
College Eye 13:13, p.4
11/23/1921 Discusses the importance of tradition in college life; believes that many traditions were lost during World War I.
290 Inquiring Reporter
College Eye 13:9, p.4
10/28/1921 Students answer the question, "Do you think that the tradition should be revived and that smoking should be prohibited on the campus?"
291 Editorially speaking; cigarette legislation
College Eye 12:25, p.4
3/16/1921 Concerned that young people are smoking more; encourages support of raising fees for tobacco licenses.
292 Another prize essay contest
College Eye 12:20, p.1
2/2/1921 National Women's Christian Temperance Union will accept essays dealing with the eighteenth amendment and the evils of cigarettes.
293 Editorially Speaking
College Eye 11:27, p.4
4/7/1920 Says that teachers should uphold proper and moral behavior in order to set a good example for their students.
294 Editorially Speaking
College Eye 11:22, p.4
3/3/1920 Encourages responsible voting in College Eye staff election; says that women should not smoke in public.
295 Junior college
Old Gold 0:0, p.105
6/1/1916 Baby hood ornament on a car. Class roster, officers, colors, flowers, mascot, will, and jokes; photo.
296 Ames students settle smoking problem
College Eye 2:29, p.7
5/1/1913 Ames students vote to prohibit smoking on campus.
297 Ames is having a fight
College Eye 2:28, p.4
4/24/1913 Urges Iowa State University to restrict smoking on campus.
298 Editorial
College Eye 1:8, p.127
5/10/1911 Editorial encourages students to start to prepare their oratory for next year; states the dislike of tobacco use on campuses.
299 Exchange notes
College Eye 1:3, p.56
4/5/1911 A student at the University of Michigan calculated how many cigars, cigarettes, chocolate bars, and gum the students consumed in the last year.
300 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.


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