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Tennis Courts

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Title Date Summary
51 My, how it's changed!
Alumnus 21:4, p.12
10/1/1937 Survey of recent changes on campus for those who will visit during Homecoming; photo.
52 Campus-wide improvements move forward; seven separate projects approximating $60,000 under way
College Eye 27:11, p.1
8/7/1936 Survey of construction projects and improvements.
53 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.
54 Women's sports
College Eye 27:6, p.4
7/3/1936 Discusses kittenball players, comments that the new canoeing pool will open soon.
55 Many changes to greet returning summer students
College Eye 27:2, p.3
6/3/1936 Summary of campus changes and improvements.
56 Workers apply campus make-up
College Eye 27:43, p.2
5/15/1936 Lots of landscaping and repair work going on.
57 New tennis courts soon to be ready
College Eye 27:20, p.6
11/8/1935 Awaiting installation of nets.
58 Progress; college grows during past seven years, offices, buildings, campus improved
College Eye 27:20, p.2
11/8/1935 Quick survey of campus construction over the last few years.
59 Sport Shorts
College Eye 27:20, p.6
11/8/1935 Briefly comments on the football team, school spirit, and the new tennis courts and suggests a women's football team.
60 New tennis courts nearing completion; plan skating rink
College Eye 27:14, p.4
9/27/1935 Women's courts should be completed in October; will build putting green; hope to pave men's courts in several years.
61 Sport Shorts
College Eye 27:14, p.6
9/27/1935 Briefly comments on the football team and upcoming game, the new tennis courts, and recreational swimming.
62 The new Laykold net courts being rapidly completed
College Eye 27:12, p.4
9/9/1935 Will provide good all-weather conditions.
63 Construction of ten new Laykold net courts begun
College Eye 27:53, p.4
8/23/1935 To be built southwest of the Women's Gym; will be primarily for use of women's classes; should be complete by October 1.
64 Plan sidewalks, driveways and hockey field
College Eye 25:14, p.1
9/29/1933 Area around Commons will be landscaped and sidewalks and drives will be constructed; parking lot north of Training School will be cleaned up and seeded.
65 Bartlett Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.17
6/1/1930 Photo.
66 West Campus
Old Gold 0:0, p.16
6/1/1930 Photo.
67 Women's Gymnasium
Old Gold 0:0, p.15
6/1/1930 Photo.
68 The garbage can
College Eye 20:44, p.3
8/1/1929 Almost given up on cannonball search; wants to find true identity of K. Louis; tennis courts marked only for women are not enforced; encourages students to be more respectful during musical performances.
69 1929 tennis team up to students
College Eye 19:32, p.6
4/25/1928 Encourages students to start tennis team; push for new clay courts.
70 To hold tennis tourney next week
College Eye 18:8, p.1
7/30/1926 Will use new tennis courts.
71 New tennis courts completed
College Eye 18:4, p.6
7/2/1926 Eight new courts located north of new gym; work also progressing on new track and football field; part of new west campus project.
72 New tennis court to be built
College Eye 16:26, p.3
3/18/1925 In back of Wesley Foundation.
73 Editorially speaking; more tennis courts
College Eye 15:34, p.4
5/7/1924 Students getting up early to play tennis signifies more tennis courts are needed.
74 New buildings for Teachers College
College Eye 14:11, p.7
5/24/1922 Plans include an addition to Bartlett Hall, a men's dormitory, a natural science building, a new power plant, tennis courts, and an athletic field.
75 A request
College Eye 7:29, p.4
5/10/1916 Wants more tennis courts on campus.
76 Need for more tennis courts; four courts at present are inadequate to meet needs of followers of the fence game
College Eye 4:8, p.5
10/29/1914 Physical training department has applied for funding to build six more tennis courts.
77 Untitled
College Eye 4:6, p.4
10/15/1914 Tennis courts are in a deplorable condition due to heavy rains.
78 Men's class in games
Old Gold 0:0, p.279
6/1/1911 Physical education class demonstrations.
79 Official Notes
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Normal Eyte 21:4, p.55
9/28/1910 Changes in faculty appointments and assignments; new tennis courts and sewing machines added; many faculty on program for upcoming teacher association meeting; hope to extend millage tax; new classification scheme for colleges.
80 State board will meet; governing board of Teachers College plans to meet here some time in May
Normal Eyte 20:30, p.494
4/27/1910 Will be first time Board of Education has met in Cedar Falls; will look at ISTC needs, including buildings for manual arts, training school, fine arts, college hospital, power house, greenhouse, tennis courts, and athletics seating.
81 Local improvements; grounds and old buildings repaired; new buildings constructed.
Normal Eyte 20:4, p.57
9/29/1909 Library Building progressing; steam tunnel being dug; hope to complete work by September 1910; President's House nearing completion; aquarium in greenhouse enlarged; two new tennis courts.
82 Tennis at Normal
Seymour--Roy F. (Physical Education Faculty)
Normal Eyte 19:1, p.10
9/9/1908 Eleven clay and dirt tennis courts are ready for the fall season.
83 Women's Department of Physical Training
Vinall--Ethel M. (Class of 1906; Physical Education Faculty)
Normal Eyte 18:28, p.445
4/29/1908 Tennis courts ready to use.
84 The boy's tennis-courts
Normal Eyte 18:4, p.59
10/2/1907 Taken out to make a road to the new library; expanded women's courts, which will now be used for both men's and women's tennis matches.
85 Men's tennis at Normal, 1906
Old Gold 0:0, p.235
6/1/1907 Tennis is becoming more popular, photo of new courts.
86 Tennis
Normal Eyte 14:31, p.484
4/30/1904 Old courts will be repaired; new courts will be built.
87 Perhaps one of the saddest things if not the saddest
Normal Eyte 13:28, p.445
4/18/1903 Student trips on wire.
88 Tennis
Joy--A. C. (Class of 1903)
Normal Eyte 13:28, p.437
4/18/1903 Rules for using the tennis courts; will feature tournaments.
89 The tennis courts
Normal Eyte 13:2, p.22
9/13/1902 Now in good shape; should pay the $.50 Athletic Association fee.
90 When one sees the couples coming
Normal Eyte 12:30, p.474
5/3/1902 Wonders exactly what students have been doing when they come from the tennis courts long after dark.
91 Many persons are violating the regulations
Normal Eyte 12:28, p.433
4/19/1902 Those who use the tennis courts should pay their dues and wear appropriate footwear.
92 Athletic
Normal Eyte 7:24, p.17
3/19/1898 Prospects for baseball and track look good; Tennis Association has two courts in good shape; Athletic Association must keep debts under control.
93 Athletic Department
Normal Eyte 7:9, p.103
11/6/1897 Tennis court prepared; football team defeats Waterloo high school.
94 Athletic Department
Normal Eyte 7:4, p.43
10/2/1897 Tennis courts being renovated; basketball team practicing; football team practicing; field meet to be held.
95 Mr. Seerley
Normal Eyte 6:30, p.355
5/15/1897 Laid out tennis court south of his home.
96 The tennis season is now full upon us
Normal Eyte 6:24, p.277
4/3/1897 Courts just about ready.
97 Tennis is the favorite of all sports
Normal Eyte 4:28, p.442
4/20/1895 Hardly enough court space for those who wish to play.
98 The tennis courts
Normal Eyte 4:15, p.234
1/12/1895 Training School children play fox and geese there.
99 Athletic
Normal Eyte 4:6, p.91
10/20/1894 Tennis courts available; need new gym equipment; more men should be using the gym.
100 Now is a good time for tennis playing
Normal Eyte 4:3, p.44
9/29/1894 Weather good but few are playing.


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