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Displaying 101 - 147 of 147
Title Date Summary
101 Rebuilding of ruined grandstand starts
College Eye 28:1, p.1
9/8/1936 Excavation work for new stadium has begun; photo.
102 Further damage told of storm
College Eye 27:10, p.4
7/31/1936 Several campus workers injured in storm.
103 Serene it stands, after the storm
College Eye 27:10, p.1
7/31/1936 Elm tree west of Gilchrist Hall survives storm; many other trees damaged; photo.
104 Editors tossed about like straws in storm
College Eye 27:9, p.1
7/24/1936 Paul Weaver and Gwen Wescott were blown around by the storm.
105 High winds hit branch school
College Eye 27:9, p.4
7/24/1936 Trees and wires down.
106 Tornado demolishes football stadium; Wednesday night twister causes much damage to buildings and trees on Hill
College Eye 27:9, p.1
7/24/1936 Football grandstand splintered; had been blown down before in 1927; Baker Hall windows broken; roofing and windows damaged in other buildings.
107 Spring weather interrupted by devastating windstorm; plays havoc in employees' restroom and on campus
College Eye 26:39, p.1
4/19/1935 Winds damage trees and buildings.
108 Faculty members get marooned at filling station and orphanage
College Eye 22:25, p.1
4/3/1931 Faculty members get stuck in various location during weekend blizzard.
109 The I. C. extends its line
Old Gold 0:0, p.223
6/1/1928 Campus; soldiers marching; students leaving for Christmas break; bleacher demolition; photo.
110 Heroism in the teaching service
College Eye 18:45, p.4
6/15/1927 Finds teachers are prepared for just about anything.
111 When Jack Frost lowers the curtain
College Eye 17:28, p.4
1/13/1926 Champions the telegraph linemen who keep the telegraph lines open no matter what.
112 Miss Nancy Marie Ferguson
College Eye 17:26, p.3
12/9/1925 Nancy Ferguson judged declamatory contest in Tama; runs into bad weather.
113 Student is almost killed by lightning
College Eye 17:1, p.1
6/3/1925 Peg Fullerton slightly injured by near strike of lightning.
114 The trees of Cedar Falls
College Eye 14:56, p.1
8/17/1923 Trees damaged during recent storm.
115 Grace Gaarder
College Eye 14:37, p.4
3/21/1923 Snowbound on a train near Shell Rock.
116 Usual blizzard sure to greet the returned
College Eye 10:9, p.10
1/8/1919 A storm greets students as they return to campus.
117 Untitled
College Eye 7:14, p.5
1/19/1916 Meeting postponed due to a storm.
118 Editorial
Normal Eyte 20:27, p.443
4/6/1910 Normal Eyte delayed because of storm.
119 Lightning struck
Normal Eyte 18:5, p.66
10/9/1907 President Seerley's chimney was damaged when lightning struck; soot was scattered throughout the house.
120 Last Monday morning
Normal Eyte 18:3, p.44
9/25/1907 Lightning struck Mina Martin's house.
121 Oriphiristo meeting
Normal Eyte 17:17, p.261
1/23/1907 Storm brings societies together.
122 Wednesday evening
Normal Eyte 13:34, p.539
5/30/1903 Flood on Wiler Creek.
123 The storm Wednesday
Normal Eyte 13:32, p.507
5/16/1903 Students surprised by sudden strong storm.
124 The crowd that assembled last Saturday afternoon
Normal Eyte 13:5, p.76
10/4/1902 Game against Grinnell cancelled due to storm.
125 Crash! Bang! Scatter
Normal Eyte 12:35, p.556
6/14/1902 Storm breaks windows and damages material in Grace Knudsen's classroom.
126 O what a joy
Normal Eyte 12:35, p.557
6/14/1902 Storm made it difficult for people to get home.
127 Hailstones two inches in diameter
Normal Eyte 12:33, p.520
5/24/1902 Fell on the Hill.
128 The rain Saturday evening caused considerable excitement
Normal Eyte 12:31, p.491
5/10/1902 Heavy rains washed out the bridge over Dry Run Creek while a dozen students were on it; no one was injured.
129 It was feared by friends
Normal Eyte 10:2, p.34
9/22/1900 Charles Quigley had left Galveston, Texas, before the storm.
130 The snowstorm
Normal Eyte 9:13, p.307
12/16/1899 Blocked the street railway.
131 On account of the heavy snowfall
Normal Eyte 7:23, p.12
2/26/1898 Many students unable to reach campus.
132 The State Executive Council
Normal Eyte 6:5, p.50
10/10/1896 Allowed expenses incurred following August storm.
133 Notwithstanding the fact
Normal Eyte 6:1, p.2
9/12/1896 Storm swept across campus on August 21, 1896; several buildings damaged with a loss of $1000.
134 On account of the blizzard
Normal Eyte 4:17, p.267
1/26/1895 Some students who board in town could not get to campus.
135 The last snow storm of the season
Normal Eyte 2:30, p.233
4/29/1893 About three inches of snow fell a few days ago; students went sledding for last time.
136 This part of the country
Normal Eyte 1:19, p.149
5/24/1892 Snowstorm on May 20.
137 Those lofty breezes
Normal Eyte 1:19, p.150
5/24/1892 Winds blew down baseball backstop.
138 A new large Normal flag staff
Normal Eyte 1:18, p.141
5/17/1892 New staff replaces old staff damaged in windstorm.
139 The high wind of last Friday
Normal Eyte 1:12, p.92
4/5/1892 Topples one of the Central Hall chimneys.
140 The Normal flag staff
Normal Eyte 1:12, p.93
4/5/1892 Damaged in high winds.
141 Mr. Showers' hack
Normal Eyte 1:10, p.77
3/15/1892 Overturned in high winds.
142 The blizzard of last Wednesday and Thursday
Normal Eyte 1:10, p.73
3/15/1892 Humorous account of recent blizzard.
143 Grace Winne
Students' Offering 5:17, p.6
3/1/1881 Goes home to visit; forced by snow to stay there several more days.
144 The members of the Board
Students' Offering 5:17, p.6
3/1/1881 Directors visit; heavy snow delays their departure.
145 During the late unpleasantness in the weather
Students' Offering 5:16, p.6
2/1/1881 Professor Gilchrist held up by snow in Parkersburg; Professor Bartlett fills in; students enjoy sledding.
146 On Sunday afternoon
Students' Offering 4:12, p.6
5/1/1880 Storm blows chimney off Central Hall, chimneys from laundry, and windmill; damage is $50-$60.
147 March barely escaped
Students' Offering 4:11, p.6
3/1/1880 Blizzard two days before turn of calendar.


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