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Speech

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201 Students must communicate
College Eye 49:17, p.1
1/31/1958 Faculty now have option to refer students whom they perceive to have difficulty with writing, speech, or reading.
202 Special To: Argus and Dispatch
Public Relations News Release 1951:609, p.1
4/9/1952 Dolores Beckmann, Moline, Illinois is a member of the property crew for the spring play. The production, Richard Sheridan's "The Rivals", will be presented in the college auditorium. Beckmann is a sophomore student majoring in speech and drama.
203 Special To: Boone News-Republican
Public Relations News Release 1951:576, p.1
4/9/1952 Kay Honohan, Boone, is a member of the property crew for the spring play. The production, Richard Sheridan's "The Rivals", will be presented April 23, 24, 25, and 26 in the college auditorium. Honohan is a freshman student majoring in speech.
204 Special To: Cedar Falls Daily Record
Public Relations News Release 1951:579, p.1
4/9/1952 Kathryn Reninger and Kenneth Butzier, both of Cedar Falls, are members of the costume and scenery crews, respectively for the spring play. Reninger is a sophomore drama major, and Butzier is a senior student majoring in business education and speech.
205 Special To: Cedar Rapids Gazette
Public Relations News Release 1951:586, p.1
4/9/1952 Bill Hauseman, Cedar Rapids, is a member of the scenery crew for the spring play. The production, Richard Sheridan's "The Rivals", will be presented in the college auditorium. Hauseman is a freshman student majoring in speech and English.
206 Special To: Marengo Pioneer-Republican
Public Relations News Release 1951:583, p.1
4/9/1952 Carl Albert, Amana, is a member of the costume crew for the spring play. The production, Richard Sheridan's "The Rivals", will be presented in the college auditorium. Albert is a sophomore student majoring in speech and English.
207 Special To: Oelwein Register
Public Relations News Release 1951:580, p.1
4/9/1952 Gresdna Doty, Oelwein, is a member of the costume crew for the spring play, "The Rivals." Doty is a junior student majoring in speech and English.
208 Special To: Rock Well City Advocate
Public Relations News Release 1951:581, p.1
4/9/1952 Norman Potts, Rockwell City, is a member of the costume crew for the spring play. The production, Richard Sheridan's "The Rivals", will be presented in the college auditorium. Potts is a junior student majoring in speech and English.
209 Special To: Ruthven Free Pressn
Public Relations News Release 1951:587, p.1
4/9/1952 Linda Lee, Ruthven, is a member of the scenery crew for the spring play. The production, Richard Sheridan's "The Rivals", will be presented in the college auditorium. Lee is a sophomore student majoring in speech.
210 Special To: Waterloo Daily Courier
Public Relations News Release 1952:590, p.1
4/9/1952 Joe Holdiman and Robert Dennigan, both of Waterloo, are members of the scenery crew for the spring play, "The Rivals." Holdiman is a junior speech major and Dennigan is a sophomore student majoring in art and drama.
211 Special To: Ruthven Free Press
Public Relations News Release 1952:475, p.1
3/28/1952 Linda Lee, Ruthven, has been elected marshall of Kappa Theta Psi, a local social sorority. Lee is a sophomore student majoring in speech.
212 Students Joan Welle and Don Moskowitz will attend the sixth Student United Nations conference at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, March 28-30 as
Public Relations News Release 1952:502, p.1
3/24/1952 Welle and Moskowitz were selected by the Student League board, student governing body at the college. Each member will choose a country which he would like to represent and will attend council meetings according to seating of the members.
213 Special To: Burlington Hawkeye-Gazette
Public Relations News Release 1952:521, p.1
3/13/1952 Bob Davis, Burlington, has been elected alumni secretary of Sigma Tau Gamma, a national social fraternity. Davis is a junior student majoring in speech.
214 Special To: Sioux City Journal
Public Relations News Release 1952:520, p.1
3/13/1952 Gordon Henry, Sioux City, has been elected corresponding secretary of Sigma Tau Gamma, a national social fraternity. Henry is a junior student majoring in speech.
215 Special To: Ames Tribune
Public Relations News Release 1952:401, p.1
2/26/1952 Ken Rowe, Ames, has been elected corresponding secretary of Sigma Theta Epsilon, Methodist fraternity. Rowe is a freshman student majoring in speech.
216 Special To: Cedar Falls Record
Public Relations News Release 1951:268, p.1
12/14/1951 Liane Burbridge, Cedar Falls, has been initiated into Theta Alpha Phi, national honorary dramatics fraternity at the college. Burbridge is a senior student majoring in speech.
217 Special to: Council Bluffs Nonpareil
Public Relations News Release 1951:270, p.1
12/14/1951 June Keeline, Council Bluffs, has been initiated into Theta Alpha Phi, national honorary dramatics fraternity at the college. Keeling is a senior student majoring in speech and English.
218 Special to: Grand Mound
Public Relations News Release 1951:269, p.1
12/14/1951 Joe Voss, Grand Mound, has been initiated into Theta Alpha Phi, national honorary dramatics fraternity at the college. Voss is a senior student majoring in speech.
219 Cedar Falls
Public Relations News Release 1951:162, p.1
11/14/1951 Two students from Waterloo were among the 21 college students accepted for recognition in the 1951-52 edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges." The publication is one national basis of recognition for college students.
220 Waterloo
Public Relations News Release 1951:161, p.1
11/14/1951 Two students from Waterloo were among 21 college students accepted for recognition in the 1951-52 edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges." The publication is one national basis of recognition for college students.
221 The second annual retail sales training clinic sponsored by the business education department will be held October 10, 17, 24, and 31
Public Relations News Release 1951:65, p.1
10/4/1951 L. V. Douglas, head of the business education department, said the clinic will be held in cooperation with the Cedar Falls and Waterloo chambers of commerce. Topics to be discussed include the methods of developing good public relations for the store.
222 The Campus school playground at the College won't be deserted this summer.
Public Relations News Release 1950:283, p.1
3/29/1951 An eight-week elementary school term starting Monday, June 18, and a nine-week high school term starting Wednesday, June 13, were announced today by Dwight Curtis, head of the college's teaching department. The terms will end August 10 and 15, respectivel
223 April 5-7 to be full weekend at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1950:277, p.1
3/26/1951 Conferences on Science, special education, hearing and speech and a national wrestling tourney will share the spotlight. Iowa's needs for special education, the education of handicapped and gifted children, will be a topic at Friday's one-day conference.
224 Specialists are of little value unless consulted in their specialty
Public Relations News Release 1950:266, p.1
3/15/1951 Dwight Curtis, head of the teaching department is partly responsible for a unique position created last Fall in the laboratory schools. The position was designed primarily to help student teachers in the five branch schools gain valuable experience.
225 Jim Kopel, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Kopel, Waterloo, is a reporter covering the Advisory council beat for the College Eye
Public Relations News Release 1950:125, p.1
11/13/1950 Kopel graduated from West high school, Waterloo in 1949. At the college he is a sophomore majoring in English wih minors in speech and physical education. His other collegiate activities include the golf team.
226 Statewide High School Meet at Teacher College
Public Relations News Release 1950:101, p.1
10/31/1950 The fifth annual Iowa High School Invitation Discussion meet will be held Nov. 10 and 11 at the College.Orville Hitchcock, professor of speech at the State Universityof Iowa, will open the meet with a one-hour program on discussion methods and techniques.
227 Coach, Band Instructor "Equally Important"
Public Relations News Release 1950:94, p.1
10/27/1950 If beginning teacher salaries are any index they both rank equally and both rank higher than science teachers. Coaches and instrumentalists had the same range of pay, from $2,900 to $3,600 while science teachers settled for $2,700 to $3,100.
228 Iowans visit reorganized school districts in Illinois
Public Relations News Release 1950:77, p.1
10/19/1950 Eighteen Iowans included representatives from the Farm Bureau federation, Farmer union, a women's club, state public instruction department, I.S.T.C., and county boards of education and county school superintendents. They visited school district #271.
229 Television on Teachers College of Air
Public Relations News Release 1950:27, p.1
9/21/1950 Herbert V. Hake, Teachers College radio program director, estimated early October for the first showing, which will be a 15-minute film program televised Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. over WOI-TV (Channel 4, Ames).
230 Wischmeier receives top rating in extemp
College Eye 41:23, p.3
3/24/1950 A superior rating was received by Dick Wischmeier at the Annual State Tournament of the Iowa Forensic Association.
231 SUI group demonstrates stuttering
College Eye 41:19, p.3
2/10/1950 Student and faculty from the State University of Iowa show how stuttering can be cured.
232 Eleven schools to participate in annual speech tournament
College Eye 41:16, p.1
1/20/1950 The top three speakers will receive four year scholarships.
233 Ten students to attend Ill. speech tournament
College Eye 39:14, p.4
1/9/1948 List of contestants.
234 TC annual speech meet here today
College Eye 39:12, p.8
12/12/1947
235 Four students win honors at speech tournament
College Eye 39:10, p.1
11/21/1947
236 Association for speech correction is formed
College Eye 39:7, p.1
10/31/1947 Iowa Speech Correction Association formed at conference at University of Iowa.
237 Need trained speech teachers
College Eye 39:7, p.7
10/31/1947 Professor Fossum gives prescription for a good foundation in speech.
238 'Lack of affection and understanding causes speech defects,' says Fossum
College Eye 39:4, p.7
10/10/1947 Believes that most articulation problems are related to "personality disturbances".
239 Speech teachers needed: Ednay
College Eye 39:4, p.4
10/10/1947
240 Speech group to meet Saturday
College Eye 39:3, p.6
10/3/1947
241 Speech students talk on labor at city clubs
College Eye 38:26, p.8
4/4/1947 Groups will speak to Amvets and Rotary Club.
242 Discussion activities to be held on campus
College Eye 38:25, p.6
3/28/1947
243 Five I. S. T. C. students compete in Chicago
Public Relations News Release 1946:55, p.1
2/26/1946 Debate and discussion groups will compete at Northwestern University and the University of Chicago.
244 Speech five back; Birenbaum rates debate superior
College Eye 37:22, p.1
2/22/1946 Results of Denver debate; photo.
245 Bill Birenbaum receives "superior rating" in debate
Public Relations News Release 1946:45, p.1
2/18/1946 The Iowa State Teachers College representative was one of only three debaters to achieve this ranking. Over six hundred students participated in the contest.
246 Speech five hits Denver; discussions, debates head 3-day parley
College Eye 37:21, p.1
2/15/1946 Description of competition for five-member team.
247 Solomn Simonson will serve as critic-speaker
Public Relations News Release 1946:24, p.1
1/28/1946 North Central region of Iowa will hear Dr. Simonson.
248 'My Grandfather' is dead! Long live Arthur the rat!
College Eye 37:15, p.1
1/4/1946
249 Teachers College students place in speech conference
College Eye 37:13, p.1
12/7/1945 Results of meet in Iowa City.
250 Speech contest results announced
Public Relations News Release 1945:301, p.1
12/4/1945 All students in the two day contest received ratings of good or higher. This was the first competition for all the I. S. T. C. students.

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