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114326 MARTHA CENFIELD RECEIVES SECOND HIGHEST HONORS 32 14 1 1 YES
114327 CAMPUS TREES ARE "DOCTORED" BY DAVEY MEN 32 14 1 1 YES
114333 ASA M. ROYCE GIVES GRADS GOOD ADVICE ABOUT LIFE 32 14 4 1 YES
114337 HOWARD CLEMONS TO TAKE OVER DEYOE'S WORK NEXT YEAR 32 14 5 1 NO
114338 PHOTOGRAPHS 32 14 6 1 YES
114340 AG DEPARTMENT SPONSORS HIGH SCHOOL CONTEST 33 1 1 1 NO
114341 STATISTICS SHOW SLIGHT INCREASE IN REGISTRATION 33 1 1 1 NO
114350 APPLE CROP OF COLLEGE ORCHARD UNUSUALLY FINE 33 1 3 1 NO
114357 COLLEGE DIRECTORY FOR 1932-1933 33 1 4 1 NO
114360 PIONEERS LOSE TO LACROSSE 12-0 IN SEASON'S FIRST CONFERENCE 33 1 6 1 YES
114361 LARGEST NUMBER IN EIGHT YEARS OUT FOR MUSIC 33 2 1 1 NO
114367 FORMER PLATTEVILLE ART INSTRUCTOR EXHIBITS PICTURES 33 2 3 1 NO
114369 SCHOOLMASTERS CLUB ORGANIZES FOR YEAR 1932-33 33 3 1 1 NO
114370 SCHOOLS, COLLEGE UNITE TO OBSERVE EDUCATION WEEK 33 3 1 1 NO
114380 FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA MEET TO ORGANIZE CLUB 33 3 3 1 NO
114381 RUTH FLANERY TO WORK FOR EDWARD HINDS CO. 33 3 3 1 NO
114383 J. A. WILGUS TELLS HISTORY OF REGION BEFORE ASSEMBLY 33 4 1 1 NO
114384 NEW IMPROVEMENTS MADE IN COLLEGE BUILDINGS LATELY 33 4 1 1 NO
114391 COLLEGE ORCHESTRA PLAYS AT ASSEMBLY 33 4 3 1 NO
114392 YWCA HOLDS WAFFLE SUPPER AND BAZAAR DECEMBER 8 33 4 3 1 NO
114398 FACULTY MEMBERS EXPRESS OPINIONS ON TECHNOCRACY 33 5 1 1 NO
114399 DR. RILEY'S WIFE AND SON, EDGAR, INJURED IN CRASH 33 5 1 1 NO
114406 KIWANIS APPOINT E. J. STONEMAN AS AG CHAIRMAN 33 5 3 1 NO
114414 ELAINE WEBSTER STARS IN MYSTERY, "THE FOURTH WALL" 33 6 1 1 NO
114415 JESSIE RAE TAYLOR PRESENTS PROGRAM BEFORE STUDENTS 33 6 1 1 NO
114422 PTC ALUMNI SUCCESSFUL STATES PRESIDENT ROYCE 33 6 3 1 NO
114424 DR. SUHRIE PLEADS FOR FRIENDLINESS AND HUMANENESS 33 7 1 1 NO
114435 PLATTEVILLE WINS SECOND PLACE IN STATE DEBATE TOURNAMENT 33 8 1 1 NO
114444 FUNERAL SERVICES HELD FOR MRS. R. DUGDALE 33 8 3 1 NO
114445 YWCA CHOOSES NEXT YEAR'S OFFICERS 33 8 3 1 NO
114450 BLAKESLEE DISCUSSES "NEWS OF THE STARS" IN ASSEMBLY ADDRESS 33 9 1 1 NO
114451 MUSICAL ORGANIZATIONS PRESENT CONCERT IN CIVIC AUDITORIUM 33 9 1 1 YES
114455 STAFF ADDS FINAL TOUCHES TO MATERIAL FOR 1933 YEARBOOK 33 9 3 1 NO
114467 LIVE UP TO TRADITION 33 10 2 1 NO
114468 H. EDQUIST STRESSES NECESSITY OF MUSIC FOR WORLD OF TODAY 33 10 3 1 YES
114473 MADDEN & MYERS RETAIN TITLES IN TUESDAY'S BOXING TOURNAMENT 33 10 4 1 NO
114475 PATRIOTIC ORGANIZATIONS WILL RECEIVE HONOR MEMORIAL PROGRAM 33 11 1 1 NO
114476 BETTY A BENNETT WILL TAKE LEAD IN CLASS PLAY 33 11 1 1 NO
114483 AG STUDENTS SET OUT ONE THOUSAND TREES FOR FORESTRY PROJECT 33 11 3 1 NO
114484 PLANS ARE UNDERWAY FOR SUMMER SESSION STATES W. H. WILLIAMS 33 11 3 1 NO
114491 MISS A. O. BRIGHAM GIVES ATHLETIC AWARDS TO THIRTY-FOUR 33 12 1 1 NO
114492 TRAINING SCHOOL PRESENTS MUSIC FESTIVAL MAY 23 33 12 1 1 NO
114502 FIFTY STUDENTS RECEIVE MONEY FROM LOAN FUNDS THIS YEAR 33 12 3 1 NO
114503 I COME FROM HAUNTS ... BROOK ON COLLEGE FARM 33 12 3 1 YES
114507 DR. EDGAR F. RILEY ANSWERS, `WHAT'S TRAINING SCHOOL?' 33 12 4 1 NO
114510 V. BOWDEN WILL BE NEW PRESIDENT FOR DRAMATIC SOCIETY 33 12 5 1 NO
114520 ALUMNI HOLD REUNION; DWIGHT F. STEPHENS OF CUBA CITY SPEAKS 33 13 1 1 NO
114521 M. JOHNSON WINS HIGHEST STANDINGS IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 33 13 1 1 YES
114528 ALUMNUS WRITES ON FINANCE 33 13 2 1 NO
114531 ROY HEFTY OBTAINS HIGHEST SCHOLARSHIP IN AG DEPARTMENT 33 13 3 1 YES

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