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Wild--Urban Earl (Class of 1913)

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1 Urban Earl Wild
Alumnus 37:1, p.25
2/1/1953 Died on August 14, 1952 in Honolulu, T. H.
2 U. Earl Wild
Alumnus 22:3, p.21
7/1/1938 Received the L. L. B. degree from Harvard in 1917 and now practices law in Honolulu, Hawaii.
3 Ninety-two alumni live, work in foreign fields
Alumnus 21:1, p.7
1/1/1937 Roster of alumni in US possessions or foreign countries.
4 Urban Earl Wild
Alumnus 20:1, p.17
1/1/1936 President of the Hawaii Bar Association and practices law there in Hawaii.
5 Romanzo C. Adams, Mrs. Herbert Halsey, Urban Earl Wild, and Mrs. Irving Pulus
Alumnus 14:4, p.28
10/1/1930 Four graduates living on the Hawaiian Islands include Adams, professor of sociology at University of Hawaii; the former Emma Hoebel wife of Herbert Halsey; Attorney Urban Earl Wild of Honolulu; Clara Kary Pulus who is sixth grade teacher at Kahului, Maui.
6 Greatest Homecoming is colorful event
Alumnus 14:1, p.7
1/1/1930 Celebration includes floats and parade; music; football win over Simpson, 7-0; dance in West Gymnasium.
7 Hawaiian residents come longest distance to attend Homecoming
College Eye 21:6, p.6
10/17/1929 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wild take honors.
8 Urban Earl Wild
Alumni News Letter 6:1, p.5
1/1/1922 Urban Earl Wild of Honolulu, Hawaii addresses the Educational Club.
9 U. Earl Wild
College Eye 3:14, p.246
1/8/1914 Spent his vacation at home in Cedar Falls.
10 Affirmative team Ames debate
Old Gold 0:0, p.105
6/1/1912 Photos of debaters.
11 Old Gold staff
Old Gold 0:0, p.204
6/1/1912 Roster of staff and contributors.
12 Seniors
Old Gold 0:0, p.59
6/1/1912 Photos of senior students.
13 Untitled
Ceperley--William A. (Student--1909)
Old Gold 0:0, p.206
6/1/1912 Cartoon of the Old Gold staff at work.
14 Erickson wins oratorical; contest was not up to usual standard. Condit given second honors, Wild third
College Eye 1:19, p.1
2/21/1912 Attendance and performance down; Carl Erickson took first place, Brian Condit second, and Earl Wild third.
15 Final oratorical comes next Thursday evening; representatives of I. S. T. C. in interstate contest will be chosen
College Eye 1:17, p.1
2/7/1912 Roster of speakers and their topics.
16 The debate at Ames
College Eye 1:11, p.1
11/22/1911 Recount of the debate at Ames.
17 Ames-Teachers debate
College Eye 1:10, p.5
11/15/1911 Sixteenth annual debate coming up; brief history of the series; will debate government control over strikes.
18 Ames debaters are busy; annual debate will be held November 17
College Eye 1:6, p.2
10/18/1911 Men will debate whether or not Canadian Industrial Disputes Investigation Acts of 1907 should be employed in the US.
19 Cap and Gown Club organize
College Eye 1:2, p.1
9/20/1911 All seniors who will be graduating this year with a B. A. degree are invited to become members of the Cap and Gown Club.
20 Senior class organizes; Class of 1912 promises to be largest in the history of the institution; annual staff elected at first regular meeting
College Eye 1:1, p.1
9/13/1911 Officers announced; committees have been formed.
21 Cliorio oratorical contest
Normal Eyte 21:16, p.281
1/18/1911 An oratorical contest was held by the Cliorio Alumni Association; Glenn Davis won first prize; roster of speakers and their topics.
22 The Kansas debating teams white-washed; Teachers College debaters win two unanimous decisions in annual dual debate with Kansas Normal teams
Normal Eyte 20:33, p.546
5/18/1910 Lengthy recap of the debate; photo.
23 Jayhawkers and Teachers to meet in debate; big dual debate between Kansas Normal and Teachers College will occur on Friday evening
Normal Eyte 20:32, p.527
5/11/1910 Will debate establishment of parcel post.
24 Many events planned; spring months filled with many important school events
Normal Eyte 20:27, p.445
4/6/1910 A look ahead at spring term events.
25 Kansas debaters chosen; Debating League authorize advisory committee to select teams
Normal Eyte 20:23, p.381
3/2/1910 Committee selects Paul Hager, Fred Vorhies, Russell Glasener, Sydney Maiden, Earl Wild, and Chauncey Houstman.
26 Philos make clean sweep; secure six points in Triangular Debate; Orios take three points
Normal Eyte 20:22, p.363
2/23/1910 Recap of the debates.
27 Editorial
Normal Eyte 20:21, p.343
2/16/1910 Classes should be dismissed more promptly when the fifty-five minute period ends; attend Triangular Debate on Thursday; Normal Eyte elections this week.
28 School orator chosen; oratorical contest won by Miss Dryden; second place in oratorical contest goes to Miss Sharts; third to Earl Wild
Normal Eyte 20:21, p.346
2/16/1910 Recap of the competition; judges' scorecards; Ethel Dryden wins; photo.
29 Orators draw places for contest
Normal Eyte 20:20, p.331
2/9/1910 Schedule of speakers and topics.
30 Prepare for annual contest; interstate preliminary orators send orations to judges; seven contestants announced
Normal Eyte 20:18, p.298
1/26/1910 Roster of speakers and their topics.

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