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Wick--Robert H. (Class of 1934)

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1 Dr. Wick named president of St. Cloud State College
Alumnus 51:3, p.9
9/1/1966 Robert H. Wick selected; photo.
2 Corp. Robert H. Wick
Alumnus 27:1, p.19
1/1/1943 With the army at Camp Carson, Colorado.
3 Handbook is dedicated to new freshman
College Eye 32:37, p.1
6/27/1941 Roland Wick and Mona Van Duyn will edit orientation handbook.
4 Robert H. Wick
Alumnus 22:2, p.27
4/1/1938 Teaches at Newton High School in Newton, Iowa.
5 Robert Wick
Alumnus 19:1, p.29
1/1/1935 Principal in Andrew, Iowa.
6 News briefs
College Eye 26:8, p.3
7/27/1934 Information on students, alumni, and faculty.
7 Blue Key
Old Gold 0:0, p.174
6/1/1934 The Blue Key was established in 1932; purpose, officers, and members; photos.
8 Graduates
Old Gold 0:0, p.83
6/1/1934 Graduate photos.
9 Hamilton Club
Old Gold 0:0, p.150
6/1/1934 Description, purposes, and officers; photo.
10 Minnesingers Glee Club
Old Gold 0:0, p.193
6/1/1934 Organized in 1889; officers, history, and members; photo.
11 Phi Mu Alpha
Old Gold 0:0, p.180
6/1/1934 Founded on this campus in 1931; aims, purpose, officers, and members; photos.
12 Theta Alpha Phi
Old Gold 0:0, p.185
6/1/1934 Founded in 1922; officers, description, and members; photos.
13 Commencement week activities begin with a reception for graduates, alumni, and faculty
Public Relations News Release 1934:506, p.3
5/27/1934 Programs for various events happening throughout the week.
14 Hays will present Richardson, Wick in recital Monday
College Eye 25:44, p.3
5/25/1934 Performance programs.
15 The drama division will present A. A. Milne's play, "The Perfect Alibi"
Public Relations News Release 1934:505, p.1
5/20/1934 Cast and crew of the play.
16 Twelve students will be initiated into Kappa Delta Pi on Monday, May 21.
Public Relations News Release 1934:478, p.1
5/12/1934 Kappa Delta Pi is open to juniors and seniors in the upper ten percent of their class, who have had ten hours of study in education, and who have been active in two outside activities. Names of new members. Theta Alpha Phi also initiated tree new members.
17 Three students are new Theta Alpha's
College Eye 25:42, p.3
18 The first Recognition Day ceremonies for men and women
Public Relations News Release 1932:440, p.1
4/23/1934 Men and Women honor students will be presented to the student body on May 16 in the first Recognition Day ceremonies for both men and women at the school. The first recognition day was in 1933 and for women only.
19 Drama students present "Peace on Earth"
Public Relations News Release 1932:412, p.1
4/18/1934 The anti-war play will run on April 19, 20, and 21. Forty two drama students play characters while an additional twenty take part in the mob scenes.
20 Student officers and members
Public Relations News Release 1932:399, p.1
4/2/1934 This week the students elected as officers or pledged membership by campus organizations were announced.
21 Formal initiation held by Blue Key
College Eye 25:36, p.1
3/30/1934 List of new members.
22 Blue Key to initiate eight; candidates include men from three upper classes
College Eye 25:33, p.1
3/2/1934 Brief profiles of new members.
23 Christmas is theme of all college dance
College Eye 25:24, p.1
12/15/1933 Will include dance and quartette.
24 Music fraternity appoints officers, forms frosh club
College Eye 25:15, p.3
10/6/1933 List of Phi Mu Alpha officers.
25 Hamilton Club
Old Gold 0:0, p.180
6/1/1933 Officers, purpose, and members of group that offers opportunities for public speaking; photos.
26 Oratory
Old Gold 0:0, p.164
6/1/1933 Schedule and results of contests; photos.
27 Phi Mu Alpha
Old Gold 0:0, p.226
6/1/1933 Officers, history, members, and pledges; Beta Nu chapter of music group installed May 25, 1931; photos.
28 Playcraft Club
Old Gold 0:0, p.184
6/1/1933 Officers, history, purpose, active members, and candidates; organized January 13, 1925, to give greater opportunities for acting and directing; photos.
29 A light commedy for the annual commencement play
Public Relations News Release 1932:318, p.1
5/22/1933 "The Women Have Their Way" by the Quintero brothers, will be in the college auditorium Thursday and Friday, May 25 and 26, at 8:15 p. m.
30 Phi Mu Alpha gives broadcast at WMT
College Eye 24:32, p.3
5/12/1933 Description of the program.
31 Phi Mu Alpha elects fall term officers
College Eye 24:31, p.3
5/5/1933 Roster of officers.
32 Hamilton Club
College Eye 24:28, p.3
4/14/1933 Roster of officers.
33 Shakespeare will be presented
Public Relations News Release 1932:282, p.1
4/14/1933 "Romeo and Juliet" will be presented for the students April 20 and 24, and on April 22 for the delegates of the third annual state high school drama conference.
34 Debaters go to conference
Public Relations News Release 1932:260, p.1
3/1/1933 Panther debaters go to competition with the leading universities in the country
35 48 winter term graduates expected
Public Relations News Release 1932:258, p.1
2/17/1933 Commencement exercises for winter term graduates to be held Thursday, March 2, in the college auditorium at 7:30 p.m.
36 The annual mid-winter production "Once in Lifetime"
Public Relations News Release 1932:236, p.1
2/1/1933 Approximately fifty drama students will stage the play, "Once in a LIfetime", Thursday and Friday, February 16 and 17, as their annual mid-winter production.
37 Byers, Grant win in speech; Wick and Lawrence place second; women will compete tonight
College Eye 24:14, p.1
12/16/1932 In extemporaneous competition.
38 Music fraternity to broadcast program
College Eye 24:14, p.1
12/16/1932 Phi Mu Alpha will present fifteen minute program.
39 Four students will speak to Ames club
College Eye 24:6, p.1
10/14/1932 Will speak to Rotary Club there.
40 Debate
Old Gold 0:0, p.183
6/1/1932 Overview of the 1932 debate season and names of members.
41 Hamilton Club
Old Gold 0:0, p.182
6/1/1932 Names and photos of members.
42 Minnesingers
Old Gold 0:0, p.192
6/1/1932 Names of officers and members; photos.
43 Oratory
Old Gold 0:0, p.186
6/1/1932 Overview of the speech contests; photos.
44 Sophomore B. A. and B. S.
Old Gold 0:0, p.89
6/1/1932 Photo and roster of the Class of 1934.
45 David Grant wins second place in extemporaneous speech meet in Wisconsin
College Eye 23:41, p.1
5/6/1932 Robert Wick will serve as vice president of the interstate league.
46 Two men represent Teachers College at Wisconsin contests
College Eye 23:40, p.1
4/29/1932 Robert Wick and David Grant will debate.
47 Robert Wick, Mt. Union
Public Relations News Release 1931:290, p.1
4/8/1932 He and David Grant represent ISTC at a speech contest in Stevens Point, Wisconsin.
48 Speakers will compete in inter-state contest at Stevens Point, Wis.
College Eye 23:37, p.1
4/8/1932 Robert Wick and David Grant will represent ISTC.
49 Eighty-two speakers
Public Relations News Release 1931:267, p.1
3/5/1932 Interstate Oratorical, Debate, and Extemporaneous Speaking contest held here March 9-12; twelve colleges represented.
50 Euterpean and Troubadour Glee Clubs
Old Gold 0:0, p.197
6/1/1931 Officers and members; photo.


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