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451 Interstate contest tryouts to be held March 13
College Eye 16:24, p.1
3/4/1925 Two winners will represent ISTC in Missouri contest.
452 Notice
College Eye 16:23, p.8
2/25/1925 Potential competitors for interstate contest should report.
453 Contestants selected for dramatic contest; work has been under supervision of Miss Knapp
College Eye 16:22, p.1
2/18/1925 Roster of those who will compete.
454 Little Tutors
College Eye 16:19, p.2
1/28/1925 Training School news.
455 Miss Knickerbocker wins women's extemp. contest; another women's contest will be held on Feb. 5
College Eye 15:20, p.1
1/30/1924 Continue debate and discussion on Prohibition.
456 Original and extempore speaking contest on Jan. 18
College Eye 15:16, p.6
457 The mystery and power of speech; address by Pres. Seerley at the National convention of Zeta Kappa Psi
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
College Eye 14:24, p.3
11/29/1922 Text of the address.
458 Merle A. Thompson
Alumni News Letter 6:4, p.7
10/1/1922 Merle A. Thompson leaves her teaching position in Omaha, Nebraska to work as an assistant at a speech correction clinic in Boston, Massachusetts.
459 Homer Veatch
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.5
4/1/1922 Homer Veatch acts as head of the Department of Public Speaking at the Dakota Wesleyan University. His team of students placed first in the triangular debate with Yankton and Morningside Colleges.
460 Teachers send representatives to enter contest; these were the third annual contests in oratory and public speaking
College Eye 13:23, p.1
2/22/1922 Frances Wheeler finishes second in public speaking; Lulu Porter wins fifth in oratory.
461 Have extempore speaking contest; the topic is to be a phase of the industrial condition
College Eye 13:9, p.1
10/28/1921 Rules for competition.
462 Training School News
College Eye 12:31, p.3
4/27/1921 Doris Clough will represent T. C. H. S. for a declamatory contest in Independence.
463 Home Oratorical Contest
Alumni News Letter 5:1, p.3
1/1/1921 Students participated in Home Oratorical Contest December 16, 1920.
464 Three ups
Lynch--Samuel Adams (English Faculty)
College Eye 10:23, p.3
4/16/1919 Advice on how to speak effectively.
465 Participation
College Eye 9:27, p.4
4/24/1918 Students should participate in public speaking.
466 Delta Sigma Rho. National honorary fraternity
College Eye 9:22, p.2
3/20/1918 Men who earn honors in public speaking are eligible to join this fraternity.
467 Winter dramatic preliminary to be held soon
College Eye 9:18, p.3
2/12/1918 Students wishing to enter the contest must sign up soon.
468 Extempore speaking contest
College Eye 9:10, p.5
11/28/1917 Extemporaneous speaking contest has been added to the Inter-State League of Normal Schools.
469 Kappa Rho
Alumni News Letter 1:1, p.1
7/1/1917 Women organized honor society Kappa Rho to increase interest in public speaking and debate among women.
470 Delta Sigma Rho dinner
College Eye 8:20, p.1
2/28/1917 National forensic fraternity meets over dinner to discuss speech and debate issues.
471 Who said crab?
College Eye 8:17, p.6
2/7/1917 Speaks out against those complaining about I. S. T. C.'s status in athletics and forensics.
472 College calendar
College Eye 8:12, p.8
12/13/1916 Meetings and events planned.
473 The value of public speaking
College Eye 7:26, p.4
4/19/1916 Speeches at the Northeastern Iowa Teachers Association conference could have been both more informative and more effectively presented.
474 Debating report for fall term
Quarterly News Letter to the Alumni 0:0, p.1
12/1/1915 Men's Debating League had contest with Highland Park December 3. Literary societies organized the Forensic League to be in charge of debate, oratory, and other literary contests.
475 Mrs. Imlay wins declamatory contest; Elmer Erickson second; Walter Koester third
College Eye 7:7, p.1
11/3/1915 Seven students participated; encourages students to use constructive criticism when reading the College Eye.
476 Declamatory try-out; competition keen; Ruth Egbert Imlay wins first, J. C. Jacobsen second
College Eye 7:5, p.1
10/20/1915 For the first year, contestants were not aided by the elocution department.
477 Oratorical declamatory
College Eye 7:1, p.3
6/1/1915 Procedures for competition.
478 Debating and oratory
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Quarterly News Letter to the Alumni 0:0, p.1
4/1/1915 In the triangular compact with Coe and Morningside covering three years, Teachers College won the first year, Morningside second, and Coe third. In oratory under the Normal School League, Teachers College has won four successive years.
479 The Dramatic Declamatory Contest
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Quarterly News Letter to the Alumni 0:0, p.1
4/1/1915 Seven students participated in the final contest on March 5. Ruth Egbert Imlay winning first, J. H. Boatman second, and George Zimmerman third.
480 Declamatory contest will be held Jan. 23
College Eye 3:13, p.222
12/18/1913 Students can choose selections from a drama or dramatic poem; prizes are $25, $15, and $10 for first, second, and third places.
481 Hazel Strayer wins declamatory contest
Gist--William Wesley (English Faculty)
College Eye 3:7, p.119
10/16/1913 Analyzes speech contest participants.
482 Hazel Strayer wins first place
College Eye 3:5, p.88
10/2/1913 Nine contestants delivered preliminary declamatory speeches.
483 Debate and oratory
College Eye 3:3, p.60
9/17/1913 Encourages students to be involved in speech meets.
484 Declamatory Friday evening contest; students in public speaking will interpret great poems
College Eye 1:20, p.5
2/28/1912 Nine students will perform.
485 Department of Public Speaking and English combined
Old Gold 0:0, p.30
6/1/1911 Describes the importance of public speaking training; photo.
486 Repertoire Club
Pedagog 0:0, p.102
6/1/1906 Organization attempts to provide opportunities for advanced speech and public reading work; photo.
487 An increasing number of students
Normal Eyte 16:28, p.433
4/18/1906 Many students are training themselves in public speaking.
488 Objects to be attained by the study of speech arts
Normal Eyte 16:9, p.130
11/8/1905 An essay by Professor Ott.
489 Repertoire Club
Muhs--Winifred (Class fo 1906)
Normal Eyte Annual 0:0, p.72
6/1/1905 For students with three or more terms of elocution; photo.
490 Miss Pierce
Normal Eyte 10:18, p.438
2/2/1901 Preparing advanced elocution class.
491 A revised theory
Normal Eyte 2:4, p.27
10/4/1892 Considers possibilities of speech in monkeys.
492 One of the choicest accomplishments
Normal Eyte 1:13, p.97
4/12/1892 Believes extemporaneous speaking is an essential part of education.
493 Rhetorical exercises
Kraiger--Eleanor Florence (Class of 1886)
Students' Offering 8:35, p.3
3/1/1884 The benefits of public speaking.
494 Voice
Rand--Edward M.
Students' Offering 1:3, p.7
6/1/1878 Offers advice for good, persuasive speech.


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