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Wagner--Lillian Rose (Speech Faculty)

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1 Student and faculty life at the Teachers College in the Forties
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 2:0, p.165
7/1/1995 Recreation, speech, debate, and drama during the 1940s; photo.
2 Prof earns speech award
Alumnus 65:4, p.10
12/1/1980 Professor Lillian Wagner honored by state group.
3 UNI emeritus prof. (L. Wagner) honored
Public Relations News Release 1980:84, p.1
9/22/1980 Professor Lillian R. Wagner is being honored with a Citation for Leadership and Contribution to the Profession by the Iowa Communication Association.
4 Why we support UNI/AFT
Northern Iowan 73:21, p.10
11/12/1976 Professors offer their opinions.
5 NI-nny award announced; competition stiff
Northern Iowan 72:56, p.2
5/7/1976 The Northern Iowan staff awards the NI-nny "awards."
6 Spelling bee
Northern Iowan 72:49, p.5
4/6/1976 Will choose sides and spell down.
7 CHFA researches for Centennial history
Northern Iowan 72:38, p.7
2/17/1976 Professor Lillian Wagner talks about UNI's history.
8 Martin: faculty constitution void
Milroy--Kevin
Northern Iowan 72:35, p.1
2/6/1976 Regents reject faculty constitution; faculty unsure what to do next.
9 Wagner won't "sail under false colors"
Wagner--Lillian Rose (Speech Faculty)
Northern Iowan 72:18, p.2
10/31/1975 Professor Lillian R. Wagner sets the record straight on the comments she made during the moratorium; only a portion of her remarks were quoted.
10 Classes near normal; speakout successful; over thousand gather in Union
Moravec--Jeff (Class of 1977)
Northern Iowan 72:16, p.1
10/24/1975 Class attendance about normal; students and a few faculty speak and listen at speakout; consider pass/fail option, Dome, and residence hall problems; photo.
11 Regents approve leaves for 12 faculty members
Northern Iowan 68:47, p.7
4/18/1972 List of faculty and their topics of research.
12 Women's Committee confronts Kamerick
Wood--Geraldine
Northern Iowan 67:43, p.12
4/9/1971 Group sends letter to President Kamerick asking for adjustments in salary and rank.
13 Potpourri
Northern Iowan 65:51, p.4
4/18/1969 Activities and meetings.
14 Speech convention
Northern Iowan 65:51, p.4
4/18/1969 Faculty attend regional meeting.
15 Iowa Forensic Association holds tournament at UNI
Northern Iowan 64:38, p.8
3/5/1968 About twenty schools expected to attend.
16 Beard announces 'watch and study' committee
Northern Iowan 64:20, p.1
11/17/1967 Group formed in light of possibility of loyalty oath; list of committee members.
17 Discussion conference to meet
Northern Iowan 64:10, p.8
10/13/1967 Representatives from thirty-seven schools will meet.
18 Tomahawk convention tomorrow
College Eye 59:7, p.4
10/23/1964 Will host national convention.
19 Speech group will meet to plan activities
College Eye 59:2, p.5
9/18/1964 Will hold organizational meeting for forensics activities.
20 Banquet for students active in forensics
College Eye 58:29, p.4
5/15/1964 List of those who will receive awards.
21 Forensic groups to meet Monday
College Eye 57:2, p.5
9/21/1962 Professor Wagner will hold organizational meetings.
22 Organizational meetings for forensics next week
College Eye 56:2, p.3
9/22/1961 Forensics plans for the year.
23 Inter-College debate today
College Eye 52:22, p.2
3/10/1961 Seventeen colleges will attend campus tournament.
24 Iowa college speech tournament to be held at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:248, p.1
3/7/1961 Professor Patricia Townsend acts as faculty judge for the annual Iowa Forensic Association tournament. Debate teams from seventeen state colleges are expected to attend. Participating colleges listed.
25 ISTC debate team to St. Paul
Public Relations News Release 1960:229, p.1
2/22/1961 Professor Lillian Wagner accompanies JoAnn Bamsey, Anita Daniels, Marianne Tureki, and Caroline Dexheimer at the Upper Midwest Tyro Debate Tournament in Minnesota.
26 Student debate scheduled for Monday evening
College Eye 52:18, p.5
2/10/1961 Four of Professor Wagner's students will conduct debate relating to television and censorship.
27 ISTC debate squad to Pella
Public Relations News Release 1960:214, p.1
2/9/1961 Professors Lillian R. Wagner and Patricia Townsend accompany the debate squad on their first tournament trip to Central College in Pella.
28 ISTC Forensic Squad to debate in Chicago
Public Relations News Release 1960:145, p.1
12/7/1960 Professor L. R. Wagner accompanies the debate team in the freshman-sophomore debate tournament at the University of Illinois. Debaters include Caroline Dexheimer, Michael Chison, Carolyn Tietz, and Patricia Powell.
29 ISTC travels to Parsons debate
College Eye 52:8, p.1
11/4/1960 List of team members.
30 ISTC will host discussion conference
College Eye 52:7, p.1
10/28/1960 One hundred high school students will attend four-round discussion.
31 Forensic squad to begin 1960-61 debating season
College Eye 52:6, p.1
10/21/1960 Will consider question of government involvement in health services.
32 ISTC debate team to begin season at Grinnell
Public Relations News Release 1960:77, p.1
10/18/1960 The Forensic Squad attends a one-day conference at Grinnell College, where they will debate the role of the federal government in its citizen's health insurance. The team will be accompanied by Professor Lillian Wagner.
33 AWS Day features faculty panel here
College Eye 52:4, p.1
10/7/1960 Panel will discuss "The Definition of Woman"; program highlights.
34 ISTC professors to conduct panel discussion
Public Relations News Release 1960:59, p.1
10/5/1960 Professor Harold E. Bernhard moderates a panel discussion of the Associated Women Students State Day. Panel members include Professors Erma Plaehn, Agnes Lebeda, Lillian Wagner, and Mrs. Wray Silvey. The discussion will be held in the Commons.
35 Foreign Languages Lab Added by Department of Language, Speech and Literature
Old Gold 0:0, p.99
6/1/1960 The Department of Languages, Speech, and Literature introduced a new Electronic foreign language laboratory. Tapes of Ten different languages will eventually be offered. The department also sponsored the College Players, Speech club, and English Club.
36 Debaters to Chicago
College Eye 51:12, p.1
12/11/1959
37 Chimes, Torch and Tassel Serve College Community
Old Gold 0:0, p.160
6/1/1959 Chimes choose sophomore women who participate in interest honor, religious, and social activities, show leadership ability, and scholastic achievement; senior women of Torch and Tassel are chosen for the same abilities; photo.
38 Interest in Languages Promoted
Old Gold 0:0, p.105
6/1/1959 The Department of Languages, Speech, and Literature has communications classes offering conversational French or German along with the conventional speech and composition. Curriculum include speech correction, forensics, philosopy, religious lit; photo
39 Interest in Languages Promoted
Old Gold 0:0, p.105
6/1/1959 The Department of Languages, Speech, and Literature offer conversational French or German classes, along with conventional speech and composition; the department sponsored the College Players, Speech Club, and Literary Circle; photo.
40 Speech Activities Club Promotes Student Action
Old Gold 0:0, p.188
6/1/1959 The Speech Club program had public discussions, debates, mass meetings, and opportunities for independent and organization affiliated students to be heard; the mass meeting on the bookstore problem was the most notable event; photo.
41 Debate in state meet
College Eye 50:23, p.8
3/13/1959 Four debaters will go to Dubuque.
42 HS discussion on campus today
College Eye 50:8, p.7
10/31/1958 Students from fifteen high schools will be here.
43 Delta Sigma Rho Encourages Forensics
Old Gold 0:0, p.207
6/1/1958 Description of the national honorary fraternity; photo.
44 Languages, Speech, and Literature
Old Gold 0:0, p.105
6/1/1958 Description of the department; photos.
45 Speech activities stimulate interest
Old Gold 0:0, p.243
6/1/1958 The club made fourteen trips to other colleges and universities to compete in debate, extempraneous speaking, discussion, oratory, oral interpretaion, radio speaking, and other phases of forensics; photo.
46 Public Relations leaders chosen
College Eye 48:32, p.3
6/21/1957
47 Delta Sigma Rho Encourages Forensics
Old Gold 0:0, p.207
6/1/1957 The purpose of Delta Sigma Rho is to encourage the highest quality of participation in debate and other forensic activities; the only teacher's college in the whole nation to have a chapter of this fraternity is Iowa State Teachers College; photo.
48 Speech Activities Club Arouses Forensics
Old Gold 0:0, p.241
6/1/1957 The Speech Activities Club is open to any student interested in forensic activitities; in order to participate in debates, they traveled to the Universities of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota; photo.
49 Wagner reveals discussion and debate policy
College Eye 48:2, p.3
9/21/1956 Students interested in debate or forensics should see Professor Wagner.
50 Debate
Old Gold 0:0, p.140
6/1/1956 Brief description of the group; photo.

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