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Telephone System

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Title Date Summary
151 Number, please?
Picht--Barbara Lucile (Class of 1949)
College Eye 39:27, p.2
4/16/1948 Response to a previous letter about the courtesy of the telephone operators.
152 Complains of telephone service
College Eye 39:25, p.2
4/2/1948 Comments on courtesy of telephone operators; believes change is needed.
153 They've got your number . . .
Torry--Richard D. (Student--1947)
College Eye 39:17, p.7
1/30/1948 Campus telephone operators talk about their work; handle three or four thousand calls a day; photo.
154 Campus phone system better with change
College Eye 38:21, p.1
2/21/1947 In the process of combining campus switchboards into one central switchboard.
155 Doodlers 'do' phone booths
College Eye 34:36, p.4
7/9/1943 Lots of graffiti around telephones.
156 Switchboard operator aids budding romances
College Eye 33:43, p.3
8/7/1942 A look at the work of the operator as she attempts to make connections.
157 West Hall has efficient plan
College Eye 31:36, p.4
6/21/1940 Explanation of the buzzer system in Lawther Hall.
158 Do you know . . .
College Eye 29:2, p.3
9/17/1937 Campus trivia.
159 Baker Hall installs telephone system
College Eye 28:4, p.4
10/2/1936 Phones available in offices during day.
160 Amusing incidents entertain girls who work at Commons switchboard; men apparently indifferent to whom they talk, it seems
College Eye 27:5, p.1
6/26/1936 Switchboard staff tell about unusual calls that they receive; calls limited to three minutes.
161 Switchboard has full-time operators
College Eye 27:2, p.4
6/3/1936 Jean Sloan and Genevieve Ostergard will work for the summer.
162 Co-ed held captive in telephone booth
College Eye 27:43, p.3
5/15/1936 Beverly Donegan gets locked into telephone booth.
163 Operator gives "inside" dope on college phone connections; Mrs. Severin tells about what happens at the switchboard
College Eye 27:29, p.1
1/31/1936 Description of the campus phone system and how it works.
164 Wrong number, please
College Eye 26:26, p.2
1/11/1935 Annoyed with frustrating wrong numbers.
165 Commons switchboard girls do have their experiences; know all of the answers and a few questions besides
College Eye 26:3, p.1
6/22/1934 Switchboard operators tell of the unusual questions that they receive.
166 Cheer up! Fraternity man has found use for 'Phony' nickels; rush trouble call puzzles telephone repairman until----
College Eye 25:2, p.1
6/16/1933 Someone used slugs in the pay phone.
167 "No Admittance" entrance is open
College Eye 23:53, p.3
8/5/1932 Telephone system control room is off limits.
168 Bartlett Hall is newly equipped with modern branch phone exchange
College Eye 23:25, p.1
1/8/1932 New system should mean shorter waits for someone to be summoned to the phone.
169 A co-ed who lives in Bartlett Hall
Public Relations News Release 1931:160, p.1
1/1/1932 Telephone system for the dormitory has been updated.
170 Telephone ring brings blushes and giggles
College Eye 21:12, p.7
12/6/1929 How students and faculty react to the ringing of the telephone.
171 Editorially speaking
College Eye 19:40, p.2
6/21/1928 Disagrees with Congressmen who believe that wire-tapping is appropriate and acceptable.
172 Reminiscences of our senior professor
College Eye 19:35, p.2
5/16/1928 Professor Wright recalls ISTC history.
173 Mr. Condit now suffering from shock.
College Eye 19:30, p.5
4/11/1928 Head of Mathematics department in Sartori Hospital; humor.
174 Telephone service at Bartlett Hall?
College Eye 18:46, p.8
6/22/1927 Currier Hall at University of Iowa will have telephones in student rooms; hopes that ISTC will follow the practice for Bartlett Hall.
175 The line is busy
College Eye 18:28, p.4
2/2/1927 Comments on limited telephone service on campus; suggests that students should be thankful for what they have and for what the school provides for them.
176 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.
177 Editorially speaking; a Christmas present for the "dorm"
College Eye 15:16, p.4
12/19/1923 Bartlett Hall women want more phone lines.
178 The announcement that on Sunday evening, January 14
College Eye 14:30, p.4
1/24/1923 Wireless telephone service established between England and the United States.
179 Bachelor Hall-Bartlett
Old Gold 0:0, p.321
6/1/1921 Humorous look at a telephone conversation.
180 A reply to H. Sheldon
College Eye 11:22, p.2
3/3/1920 Poem expressing agreement with Harold Sheldon concerning the scarcity of telephones in Bartlett Hall.
181 Why dormitory girls don't get more dates
Sheldon--Harold (Student--1919-1921)
College Eye 11:20, p.6
2/18/1920 Complains that it is nearly impossible to call girls in the dormitory, because the line is always busy.
182 It has been rumored
College Eye 4:21, p.10
3/11/1915 Confusion over telephone.
183 Irene Simpson reporting
College Eye 4:7, p.5
10/22/1914 Quote from Irene Simpson's report given in municipal government class.
184 President moves into new house; residence is complete in every way; home fitted with all modern conveniences.
Normal Eyte 20:5, p.90
10/6/1909 Description of the new house and its arrangement; James E. Robinson designed, planned, and supervised construction of the building.
185 Official
Normal Eyte 18:4, p.51
10/2/1907 Faculty considering the role of Latin in the curriculum; debaters will receive college credit; physical examinations of students about done; ISNS infrastructure in good shape; band being reorganized; considering recognition of work done at ISNS.
186 A telephone in the Gymnasium
Normal Eyte 15:21, p.321
2/22/1905 Discusses the need for a telephone in the Gymnasium to be able to communicate with faculty and staff located there.
187 Wednesday afternoon
Normal Eyte 13:5, p.75
10/4/1902 Streetcar and telephone wires cross; wires broke and electrocuted horse.
188 The teacher problem
Normal Eyte 12:17, p.258
1/25/1902 Assessment of providing enough high quality teachers for Iowa.
189 A private telephone line
Normal Eyte 11:25, p.607
3/30/1901 Installed between President Seerley's office and the contractor's office in the new building.
190 Poles are being put up on 22nd and Normal Streets
Normal Eyte 9:27, p.643
4/21/1900 For Cedar Valley Telephone Company.
191 Tonight occurs the last triangular debate of the year
Normal Eyte 7:31, p.13
5/7/1898 Will debate government control of telegraph and telephone lines.
192 One of the railroads
Normal Eyte 7:21, p.9
2/12/1898 Finds that use of telephones may reduce railroad travel.
193 Always noted for courtesy
Normal Eyte 5:15, p.133
1/18/1896 C. A. Wise Store will allow students to use telephone.
194 Telephones
Normal Eyte 5:12, p.105
12/7/1895 Have been installed in several College Hill homes.
195 Another telephone
Normal Eyte 5:10, p.77
11/23/1895 Added to the office.
196 The new regime
Comstock--Albert L. (Class of 1893)
Normal Eyte 2:30, p.228
4/29/1893 A. L. Comstock looks at the progress of the nineteenth century.
197 On and after October 20, 1892
Normal Eyte 2:8, p.61
11/1/1892 Outlines weather conditions that will be relayed by telegraph or telephone.
198 Still another advancement
Normal Eyte 1:4, p.25
2/2/1892 Considers "theaterphone", which transmits operas in London from theaters to nearby homes via telephone lines; predicts that there will come a time when both sights and sounds of distant events will be delivered to homes.
199 A certain lady
Students' Offering 8:35, p.8
3/1/1884 Student talks to "father" on the phone.
200 Col. P., through the telephone
Students' Offering 8:34, p.9
2/1/1884

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