Argonaut 1927

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The Argonaut - January 7th, 1927 Arboretum (pg 3, c2) | Freshmen directors (pg 1, c3) | Intramural rifle match (pg 1, c5) | Poultry short courses (pg 1, c7)
Arboretum; Freshmen directors; Intramural rifle match; Poultry short courses;
The Argonaut - January 14th, 1927 Intercollegiate Knights (pg 1, c5)
Intercollegiate Knights;
The Argonaut - January 18th, 1927 University of Idaho - History (pg 2, c2) | Varsity team vs. Whitman College (pg 1, c2)
University of Idaho - History; Basketball;
The Argonaut - January 21st, 1927 ASUI-Constitution (pg 1, c7) | Freshmen team vs. Lewiston High School (pg 4, c3) | Varsity team vs. University of Washington (pg 1, c2)
ASUI-Constitution; Basketball;
The Argonaut - February 11th, 1927 Entrance requirements - University of Idaho (pg 1, c2) | Freshmen team vs. Potlatch Athletic club (pg 1, c7) | Hays Hall (pg 1, c4)
Entrance requirements - University of Idaho; Basketball; Hays Hall;
The Argonaut - February 15th, 1927 Debate - U of I vs. WSC (pg 1, c2) | Employment bureau (pg 4, c3) | Kappa Alpha Theta (pg 4, c2) | Pep Band (pg 1, c3) | Pi Beta Phi (pg 4, c2) | R.O.T.C. (pg 1, c5) | The Idaho Argonaut (pg 1, c3) | U of I president, 1946-1954 (pg 1, c5) | University of Idaho - History (pg 2, c4) | University of Idaho - Southern branch (pg 1, c1) | Varsity team vs. Oregon State College, Corvallis (pg 1, c7)
Debate - vs. WSC; Y.M.C.A.; Kappa Alpha Theta; Pep Band; Pi Beta Phi; R.O.T.C.; The Idaho Argonaut; Buchanan, Jesse E.; University of Idaho - History; University of Idaho - Southern branch; Basketball;
The Argonaut - February 18th, 1927 Class of 1931 (pg 1, c7)
Class of 1931;
The Argonaut - February 22nd, 1927 Freshmen team vs. Spokane University (pg 4, c1) | Ninth corps area (pg 1, c6) | Varsity team vs. Montana State University, Bozeman (pg 1, c3)
Basketball; Rifle match; Basketball;
The Argonaut - February 25th, 1927 Class of 1931 (pg 1, c5) | Freshmen team vs. Moscow High School (pg 1, c2) | Freshmen team vs. WSC freshmen (pg 1, c6) | University of Idaho - History (pg 2, c2) | Varsity team vs. Washington State College (pg 1, c7) | Varsity team vs. Whitman College (pg 1, c7)
Class of 1931; Basketball; University of Idaho - History; Basketball;
The Argonaut - March 1st, 1927 English club - University of Idaho (pg 3, c3) | Freshmen team vs. Moscow High School (pg 4, c2) | UI coaches vs. WSU coaches (pg 4, c1) | University of Idaho - Appropriations (pg 1, c3) | Varsity team vs. Ellensburg Normal (pg 4, c4) | Varsity team vs. Gonzaga University (pg 4, c2)
English club - University of Idaho; Basketball; Basketball coach; University of Idaho - Appropriations; Basketball;
The Argonaut - March 4th, 1927 Freshmen directors (pg 1, c2) | Heating plant (pg 4, c1)
Freshmen directors; Heating plant;
The Argonaut - January 25th, 1927 Associated Women Students (pg 1, c3) | Faculty, Dean of faculty, University of Idaho (pg 4, c3) | Freshmen team vs. WSC freshmen (pg 1, c5) | Honor system (pg 3, c3) | Varsity team vs. University of Oregon, Eugene (pg 4, c1) | Varsity team vs. University of Washington (pg 4, c1) | Varsity team vs. Whitman College (pg 4, c1)
Associated Women Students; Eldridge, J.G.; Basketball; Honor system; Basketball;
The Argonaut - March 8th, 1927 Freshmen team vs. Lewiston High School (pg 4, c1) | University of Idaho vs. Washington State College (pg 4, c1)
Basketball; Wrestling;
The Argonaut - March 11th, 1927 UI coaches vs. WSU coaches (pg 4, c3)
Basketball coach;
The Argonaut - March 15th, 1927 Ninth corps area (pg 1, c5)
Rifle match;
The Argonaut - March 18th, 1927 University of Idaho - History (pg 3, c2)
University of Idaho - History;
The Argonaut - March 22nd, 1927 Intramural Swimming (pg 1, c5) | University of Idaho vs. Washington State College (pg 1, c4)
Intramural Swimming; Wrestling;
The Argonaut - March 25th, 1927 Men's rifle team (pg 1, c2) | Rifle Club (pg 1, c7)
Men's rifle team; Rifle Club;
The Argonaut - March 29th, 1927 Photo (pg 1, c0) | Photo (pg 1, c4)
Hays Hall; Hayes, Gertrude, L.;
The Argonaut - April 1st, 1927 Almquist, John A. (pg 2, c3) | Angell, Martin Fuller (pg 1, c2) | Living groups (pg 1, c6) | Pi Sigma Rho (pg 1, c6) | Retherford, J.E. (pg 1, c2) | Scholarship cups - University of Idaho (pg 1, c6) | Tau Kappa Iota (pg 1, c6)
Almquist, John A.; Angell, Martin Fuller; Grade Averages; Pi Sigma Rho; Retherford, J.E.; Scholarship cups - University of Idaho; Tau Kappa Iota;
The Argonaut - April 5th, 1927 Debate - U of I vs. University of Oregon (pg 1, c5) | Debate - U of I vs. University of Washington (pg 1, c5) | Department of Poultry (pg 1, c6) | Experiment station farm of UI (pg 1, c6)
Debate - vs. University of Oregon; Debate - vs. University of Washington; Department of Poultry; Experiment station farm of UI;
The Argonaut - January 28th, 1927 ASUI-Constitution (pg 1, c3) | The Idaho Argonaut (pg 1, c4) | University of Idaho - History (pg 2, c4) | Varsity team vs. University of Oregon, Eugene (pg 1, c5)
ASUI-Constitution; The Idaho Argonaut; University of Idaho - History; Basketball;
The Argonaut - February 8th, 1927 Enrollment - University of Idaho (pg 1, c7) | Freshmen team vs. Potlatch Athletic club (pg 1, c5) | Pep Band (pg 1, c1) | University of Idaho - Southern branch (pg 4, c1) | Varsity team vs. Gonzaga University (pg 1, c1) | Varsity team vs. Washington State College (pg 1, c6)
Enrollment - University of Idaho; Basketball; Pep Band; University of Idaho - Southern branch; Basketball;
The Argonaut - April 8th, 1927 Class of 1927 (pg 1, c7) | Heating plant (pg 3, c2) | Intramural rifle match (pg 1, c2)
Class of 1927; Heating plant; Intramural rifle match;
The Argonaut - April 26th, 1927 Faculty, Dean of Agriculture. U of I (pg 1, c1) | Livestock (pg 3, c2) | Livestock (pg 4, c3) | Varsity team vs. Washington State College (pg 4, c2)
Iddings, E.J.; Little International; Little International; Baseball;
The Argonaut - April 29th, 1927 Alpha PSI (pg 3, c2) | ASUI-Constitution-Amendments and Revision (pg 2, c2) | Intramural Tennis (pg 3, c3) | Little International (pg 1, c7) | Social fraternity (pg 1, c5)
Alpha PSI; ASUI-Constitution-Amendments and Revision; Intramural Tennis; Little International; Lambda Chi Alpha;
The Argonaut - May 3rd, 1927 Little International (pg 4, c3) | Varsity team vs. University of Montana (pg 1, c5)
Little International; Baseball;
The Argonaut - May 6th, 1927 ASUI-Elections (pg 1, c7) | Varsity team vs. University of Montana (pg 4, c1)
ASUI-Elections; Baseball;
The Argonaut - May 10th, 1927 Senior sneak (pg 4, c2) | University of Idaho vs. Montana University (pg 1, c3)
Senior sneak; Track;
The Argonaut - May 13th, 1927 Epsilon Sigma Phi (pg 2, c4) | Faculty, Department of Agriculture, U of I (pg 1, c4) | Fox, Richard (Rich) (pg 1, c7) | Neidig, R.E. (pg 4, c2) | The Idaho Argonaut (pg 1, c1)
Epsilon Sigma Phi; Hungerford, Charles William; Fox, Richard (Rich); Neidig, R.E.; The Idaho Argonaut;
The Argonaut - May 17th, 1927 Campus Day (pg 1, c1) | Campus Day (pg 1, c4) | Faculty, Dean of Agriculture. U of I (pg 4, c3) | Intramural Tennis (pg 1, c1) | May fete (pg 1, c5) | University of Idaho freshmen vs. Washington State College freshmen (pg 2, c4)
Campus Day; Campus Day; Iddings, E.J.; Intramural Tennis; May fete; Track - University of Idaho;
The Argonaut - May 24th, 1927 Alpha Kappa PSI (pg 3, c2) | Song fest (pg 2, c4) | Summer school (pg 1, c3) | University of Idaho vs. University of Washington (pg 4, c1) | Varsity team vs. Whitman College (pg 3, c3) | William Randolph Hearst trophy (pg 4, c1)
Alpha Kappa PSI; Song fest; Summer school; Track; Baseball; Rifle match;
The Argonaut - May 27th, 1927 Class of 1927 (pg 1, c5) | Extension - summer vocation camps (pg 4, c3) | Phi Beta Kappa (pg 1, c3) | Rushing week - rules (pg 1, c6) | Social fraternity (pg 1, c4) | U of I president, 1946-1954 (pg 1, c5)
Class of 1927; Extension - summer vocation camps; Phi Beta Kappa; Rushing week - rules; Lambda Chi Alpha; Buchanan, Jesse E.;
The Argonaut - June 4th, 1927 Gifts to University of Idaho (pg 1, c3) | Hays Hall construction (pg 3, c4) | U of I president, 1946-1954. Photo (pg 1, c4) | Varsity team vs. House of David (pg 4, c3)
Gifts to University of Idaho; Hays Hall construction; Buchanan, Jesse E.; Baseball;
The Argonaut - September 13th, 1927 Memorial gymnasium (pg 1, c4)
Memorial gymnasium;
The Argonaut - April 12th, 1927 Bench and Bar (pg 1, c5) | Davis, Robert McNair (pg 2, c3) | Gill, James John (pg 2, c3) | Harris, Silas A. (pg 2, c3) | Mechem, Frank L. (pg 2, c3) | Phi Alpha Delta (pg 1, c2) | University of Idaho - History (pg 1, c3)
Bench and Bar; Davis, Robert McNair; Gill, James John; Harris, Silas A.; Mechem, Frank L.; Phi Alpha Delta; University of Idaho - History;
The Argonaut - September 20th, 1927 Class of 1931 (pg 3, c3) | Living groups (pg 1, c4) | Number enrolled in the various schools of the university (pg 1, c6)
Class of 1931; Grade Averages; Enrollment - University of Idaho;
The Argonaut - September 27th, 1927 Hulme fight (pg 1, c2) | Photo (pg 1, c4)
Hulme fight; Beam, Steward 'Stew';
The Argonaut - September 30th, 1927 ASUI office (pg 1, c5) | Class of 1929 (pg 3, c4) | Photo (pg 1, c2)
ASUI office; Class of 1929; Erb, Charles E.;
The Argonaut - October 4th, 1927 Class of 1928 (pg 1, c4) | UI vs. Montana State University (pg 1, c3)
Class of 1928; Football;
The Argonaut - October 11th, 1927 Freshmen vs. Spokane University (pg 1, c5) | University of Idaho vs. University of Oregon (pg 1, c1) | University of Idaho vs. University of Oregon (pg 1, c7)
Football;
The Argonaut - April 22nd, 1927 Junior week (pg 1, c2) | MacMillan, David (pg 1, c6) | R.O.T.C. (pg 1, c7) | Varsity team vs. Whitman College (pg 1, c6)
Junior week; MacMillan, David; R.O.T.C.; Baseball;
The Argonaut - November 1st, 1927 Cross-country (pg 1, c3)
Intramural track;
The Argonaut - November 8th, 1927 Freshmen vs. WSC freshmen (pg 2, c2) | Photo (pg 1, c5) | University of Idaho vs. St. Mary's (pg 1, c1) | Washington State College (pg 3, c1)
Football; Jacoby, Glenn J. 'Red'; Track - Cross country;
The Argonaut - November 11th, 1927 Kirkpatrick, Lester (pg 3, c4) | Photo (pg 1, c6) | University of Idaho vs. WSC (pg 1, c7) | Vandal - Cougar football history (pg 2, c4)
Kirkpatrick, Lester; Brimhall, Maurice; Burgher, Darwin; Football; Vandal - Cougar football history;
The Argonaut - October 18th, 1927 University of Idaho vs. Whitman College (pg 1, c1)
Football;
The Argonaut - November 15th, 1927 Freshmen vs. Cheney Normal (pg 1, c1) | Idaho, Oregon, Washington Montana, WSC (pg 4, c4)
Football; Track - Cross country;
The Argonaut - November 18th, 1927 Photo (pg 1, c2) | Photo (pg 1, c4) | Photo (pg 1, c6)
Kershisnik, (Bill); Jacoby, Glenn J. 'Red'; Diehl, Charles;
The Argonaut - November 22nd, 1927 Intramural volleyball (pg 1, c6) | Photo (pg 1, c2) | University of Idaho vs. Oregon State College (pg 1, c7)
Intramural volleyball; Bryan, William C.; Football;
The Argonaut - November 29th, 1927 Debate, Intramural (pg 1, c1) | Livestock judging - Butter, Apple, grains (pg 1, c5) | UI vs. Gonzaga (pg 1, c3)
Debate, Intramural; Livestock judging - Butter, Apple, grains; Football;
The Argonaut - December 2nd, 1927 Debate - Varsity team, University of British Columbia, University of Montana (pg 1, c5) | Intramural volleyball (pg 1, c7)
Debate - Varsity team, University of British Columbia, University of Montana; Intramural volleyball;
The Argonaut - December 6th, 1927 Basketball (pg 1, c5) | Livestock judging - Butter, Apple, grains (pg 1, c7)
Basketball; Livestock judging - Butter, Apple, grains;
The Argonaut - December 13th, 1927 Construction (pg 1, c7)
Memorial gymnasium;
The Argonaut - December 16th, 1927 Debate - Women - U of I vs. WSC (pg 1, c7) | Intramural volleyball (pg 1, c3)
Debate - Women - vs. WSC; Intramural volleyball;
The Argonaut - December 20th, 1927 Freshmen team vs. Moscow High School (pg 1, c4) | U of I vs. WSU - history (pg 1, c5) | University of Idaho vs. Potlatch Athletic Club (pg 1, c6) | University of Idaho vs. University of Washington (pg 4, c2) | Varsity team vs. Lewiston Normal (pg 1, c2) | Y.W.C.A. (pg 3, c5)
Basketball; Women's rifle team; Basketball; Y.W.C.A.;
The Argonaut - October 21st, 1927 ASUI-Officers (pg 1, c6)
ASUI-Officers;
The Argonaut - October 25th, 1927 Debate - U of I vs. WSC (pg 1, c3) | Freshmen vs. University of Montana (pg 4, c3) | University of Idaho vs. University of Montana (pg 1, c1)
Debate - vs. WSC; Football;
The Argonaut - August 12th, 1927 Forney, Mary E. (pg 5, c2) | Heating plant (pg 1, c4) | Idaho Agricultural Experiment Station. Home Economist 1927-1951. Photo (pg 2, c5) | Photo (pg 1, c1) | Photo (pg 2, c2) | Photo (pg 2, c3) | Photo (pg 2, c4) | Photo (pg 2, c5) | Photo (pg 3, c2) | Photo (pg 6, c2) | Photo (pg 7, c4) | R.O.T.C. (pg 5, c1) | Ridenbaugh Hall (pg 1, c2) | Sketch (pg 1, c3) | University of Idaho - Expansion (pg 4, c3) | University of Idaho - Expansion (pg 7, c3)
Forney, Mary E.; Heating plant; Woods, Ella; Kratt, Theodore; Ingalls, Ida; Johnson, Elizabeth; Howard, John; Orians, G. Harrison; Diettert, R.A.; Crawford, Agnes E.; Beall, Leonard; Brimhall, Maurice; Burgher, Darwin; Dean, Kenneth; Dewey, William C. Jr.; Diehl, Charles; Hjort, George; Hughes, Hugh; Hutchinson, Carl; Jacoby, Glenn J. 'Red'; Perrine, Melvin; Starke, Lyle; Bryan, William C.; R.O.T.C.; Ridenbaugh Hall; Memorial gymnasium; University of Idaho - Expansion; University of Idaho - Expansion;
September 23rd, 1927 Sousa will play numbers suitable to audience here: Program Tuesday afternoon has been arranged for University people; Many frosh make split of lecture groups necessary: Dean Thomson announces new plan to accommodate 750 freshmen; One-third pass english test: 489 students take uniform examination, 274 on Probation; Coach must pick team for first game of year: Host of experienced men have reported for practice; Pep band gets under way, nine new men named: Tryouts held during week, eleven old members are appointed; Dean Crawford in air mapping work: Predetermined sections of Camp Lewis mapped by engineering head; Executive board opens sessions: A.S.U.I. may manage Intramural Sports, Vandal Club is Okehed; Montana state is looking for bear: Bobats want Vandal hide in first game here; Foresters must utilize timber: Huntington Taylor addresses Idaho students, compliments school of Forestry on work; Railways offer rates for Derby: Special train and Low rates incentive to go to Spokane; Music staff gets two new men: A.F. Howe and Carl W. Hoisington become band instructors; Frosh have first signal sessions: Seventy turn out under Tutelage of Fox and Hausen; Committee quits artists program: Lack of support by students makes step necessary Avers chairman; Forty turn out for Gem work: General form of yearbook outlined during summer; Frosh outwit Sophs in edict tassels, then outfight them (p3); New rule added to save football: Big Ten improve on rules of National Committee (p4); Dorms reflect big enrollment: Ted Turner, Assistant proctor declares that new mens halls are filled (p4);Hall men plan fall activities (p4)
Football; Basketball; Engineering; Mapping; Music
October 7th, 1927 Vandal eleven is enroute to fight Oregon at Eugene: Expect tough competition in Oregon’s fast backfield and pass system; Home EC grads in good demand: Twelve of the sixteen Smith-Hughes positions held by Idaho grads; Harvard praises standards here prexy is advised: Recognition by noted school is greatest compliment to University; Frosh ready for morrow’s scrap with Spokane U.: Former high school stars learn college tricks in short time; Alpha Kappa Psi holds meeting: Leroy Long reports on National Convention in Chicago; Special elections due on October 19 for two positions: Will select junior representative and associate editor of Blue Bucket; Invitation plays to be given soon: Department will give benefit presentations and special show songs; Gridgraph will show Oregon Game: Will receive results of webfoot game by direct wire; Varsity debaters chosen from over sixty applicants: Record turnout of both men and women for all positions; Taylor tells of Eagle attack; Nat taken over by University: Swimming classes begin next week, faculty may buy tickets; Students must report illness: Infirmary to be notified first of all cases of sickness on campus; Tennis courts finished soon: Rainy weather delays completion of new $4,000 courts; Phone service is smoother manager: Changes and additions to automatic system are being made daily; Idaho worrying Oregon emerald: Vandals called a ‘Mysterious Element’ in season’s conference; Home EC Club meets at Forney: Miss Jensen Gives welcome talk to fifty girls; Idaho to honor Professor Gill: Memorial services to be held Saturday Morning; Argonaut Board election held: Virginia grant and Elmer Berglund chosen by staff; Engineers meet to plan for year; Blue Bucket staff plans fall issue: Artist needed to Illustrate literacy book of Idaho; Howard Admitted to John Hopkins; Make appointments say photographers: Avoid last minute rush by having pictures taken early; Chinks, Dons, Maids meet at co-ed prom (p3); Psych results announced soon: Mentality of 602 new students rated in psychology test (p4); Assembly speaker expert on Tibet: Major W. M. Cross tells of habits of little known country (p4); Phi Beta Manager to assist pledges with new ponies (p4)
Greek life; Swimming classes; Tennis courts; Football; Prom; Psychology; Tibet
October 14th, 1927 “Turkey Run” will be opening event on group program: Men’s teams are eligible to first race of kind on campus; Concrete pouring progresses fast on new Idaho Gym: One carload of cement has been used in work since Monday; Cannon heads junior mixers: Ethel Lafferty and Alice Waldrop complete committee to outline social activities; Walker selected on Blue Bucket manager staff: Named assistant business manager by executive board Tuesday; Different line of attack for Whitman game: Vandal reserve material to be used against Missionaries; Register car or suffer penalty: File data Saturday or Operation privilege will be revoked; Debate season to open here Oct. 24: Idaho men meet W.S.C. on war question before Kiwanis Club; Air Derby banquet staged by faculty: Annual affair held at Elks Temple Tuesday evening; Offer new course for air engineers: Preliminary aviation study follows possibility of airdrome here; Mines enrollment school’s largest: More than fifty this year, 25 percent out of this state; Dean of women on state tour: Miss French will return from Southern Idaho next week; Psych class visits insane hospital: See various types of Insanity at Medical Lake Institution; Pianists to play at first vesper: Nine pupils will appear at Sunday recital; Clubs to meet at Chicago soon: 4-H Boys and girls given prize by railroad; Nominate Harmon for A.S.U.I. board: Associated students name junior candidates at assembly Wednesday; Sophs sues gardner for auto injuries: Dorothy Keinholz wants $1,000 for damage suffered through glass cuts; Senior hats are selected at O.A.C.: Pick useful and ornamental headgear from assortment of over 20; Athletic ball to be November 11: Climax of Idaho-W.S.C. homecoming game announced; Silver Lance will meet every week: Honorary senior men’s fraternity to have social luncheons; Oldest greek pin in U.S. is found (p3); All Saints’ Eve at co-ed Prom soon: Spirit of Halloween to be carried out at dance (p4)
Home economics; 4-H; Homecoming; Halloween prom; Hunting; History
October 28th, 1927 Luvaas appointed Cadet Colonel of Idaho R.O.T.C. unit: Regimental Staff appointments announced by Colonel Chrisman; Pledges taken by town group: Seventeen Girls picked by Daleth Teth Gimel, plan tea in November; Greatest entries in history are due in cross country: Turkeys and Cup will be first place awards to Winning Group; Weather causes walkout delay: All women students to Participate is annual get-to-gether; Thirteen groups remain in race for debate cup: Second rounds will be hello next Tuesday and Thursday evenings; Plans are made for senior ball: Committee are named at special meeting Thursday; Conference fans focus attention on Trojan game: California and U.S.C. meet at Los Angeles, both teams undefeated; Burton L. French reviews R.O.T.C. in Navy Day Program: Idaho congressman, University graduate, speaks to cadet Wednesday; Idaho vs. St. MAry’s will be no setup: Vandals will have tough game at San Francisco November 5; S.A.I. entertains national officers: Members of Chapter give Musical at Delta Gamma House; Gem bids up before board: Four printing firms submit bids, contract not yet awarded; Hold first meet discipline board: Student and faculty members meet for organization Wednesday; Men’s rifle team to start practice: Have Nucleus for 1927-1928 team returning, announce schedule; Gem pictures finished soon: Open campaign to get photos taken before Christmas; Judging teams go to Portland: Seventeen men left Thursday, to compete in livestock exposition contests; Girls start golf instruction class: Sixteen enrolled under Tutelage of Fred Auger, five sessions; Big Bill leads in touchdowns: One of leading scorers in conference this season; Military group chooses officer: Scabbard and Blade plans dinner dance November 4; Register students planning to teach: Prospective teachers for next fall must report to Miss McCoy; Journalist will speak to club: Dr. W. D. Howe, New York, to address English Club and assembly November 15,16; Big attendance at Engineers’ smoker: Music, Eats, Wrestling, Boxing feature at annual event; First junior mixer next Tuesday night: Expect 200 juniors out, Calendar committee to attend; Foreign speakers American contest (p3); Postpone date for Forsters Dance: Annual all-college affair to be held in Gymnasium (p3); Vandal gridsters end first half of season even: Tie with Oregon and Montana win keep slate clean (p4); Formal opening new hall Nov. 6: Reception for Lena Shoup, housemother of Hays Hall, open (p4); Student files damage suit: Aldon Hatch asks $15,000 against Sheriff and corporation (p4); Killed in fall from red (p4)
ROTC; Golf; Football; Dances; Lawsuits
November 4th, 1927 Vandals depart Tuesday to play saints at Frisco: Students brave rain and snow at rally as train leaves; Two Students hit by autos: Cars at Intersection of Elm and University strikes pedestrians; Pep band will go to Portland for O.S.C. game: Executive board authorizes trip, plan concert for Portland people; Clinic has more cases this fall: 1,003 students went to Infirmary during October; Plans complete for Homecoming entertainment: Decorations of group houses and special train to Pullman stressed; Junior mixer well attended: First affair of year of year by held Tuesday evening, dancing and talks feature; AG Judging teams wins high honors at livestock show: Return Thursday from Portland, every team places in contests; Portland train is disapproved: Special to O.S.C. game not authorized, townspeople take up plan; Banes of editors are chief topics for meeting here: Editorial association will be guest of Delta Sigma Saturday; Crippled frosh to meet Cougar kits: Peterson and Miller leave school, Redmon, Owens injured; Idaho stock wins at Portland show: University records unequalled during 15-year period of competition; Two group debate teams eliminated: Delta Chi, Tau Mem Aleph defeat T.K.I. and Sigma Chi; Open Hays hall Sunday, Nov. 6; Kershisnik in second place: Has total of 36 points, Carroll, Washington, Lends conference with 61 points; Cross country men will run Saturday: Idaho Squad to Race W.S.C. between halves of Frosh game; Chinese educator assembly speaker: Dr. T. T. Lew says ‘China will never go back’; Parsons completes South Idaho trip: Executive secretary visits Ag. Experiment Stations; Gridgraph will be run Saturday: Pep band to play between halves, start at 2:45 o’clock; English Club to meet Tuesday: Dr. W. B. Howe, New York journalist, will address first meeting; Biker will edit Idaho Forester: Foresters plan for dance at Gymnasium November 19; Pems meeting is held Wednesday: Decide to have recreational and Social meetings; Repairing roof of Engineer building; Members of Gem board elected: Allen Janssen and Goldie Smith chosen from editorial staff; W.A.A. sponsors tennis tourney: Free-for-all tournament staged during coming weeks; Paper on rats to be read Monday: Sigma Xi will hold regular meeting November 7; Crowd sees group of one-act plays: Casts give unique presentation, will be held again tonight (p2); Many enroll in Public speaking: Hundred and fifty take courses this year says Prof. H. C. Davidson (p2); Cougars to get a live mascot: Cat measuring eight foot to be presenters to Washington State (p2); Groups faced hard problems: Owning of houses proved to be keystone in fraternity life (p3); UI. of W. Stanford game will have titular bearing: Both elevens rely on Power, only important conference battle (p4); Interior decorating has new note in Hays Hall (p4); Porter pans big pep rally: Yell Kings expect unusual bonfire, speeches will feature evening’s entertainment (p4)
Football; Greek life; Engineering; China; Public speaking
November 9th, 1927 Five conference games signed for Idaho next year: Stanford, U.S.C., Montana Washington State and U.C.L.A on schedule; Women to meet W.S.C Thursday: First Women’s debate of season to be held Thursday, December 15; Two contests will settle intramural volleyball crown: Clashes this week payed way for semi-finals Tuesday as final tilts; Twelve-weeks Tests revive old customs of ‘Red Appleing’; One act plays make big hit in presentation: Collegiate thespians show ability in three farces and one drama; Hungerford to talk at show; Idaho men make good records as Rhodes scholars: Idaho’s first scholar sent in 1904, Fifteenth one this year; Eighty men report for rifle practice: Squad will be cut before first telegraphic matches are held; Debaters split even with W.S.C.: Win negative and lose affirmative in Tuesday night’s debates; Announce rates for Christmas special train: Fare and a half will be charge for round trips, sleepers extra; Few crack shots on varsity squad: Not enough accurate shots on basketball team, says Coach Fox; Rifle team has seven challenges: Women will shoot first match with U. of W. next week; Idaho chemist named on staff: Dr. Walter Bollen appointed to editorial staff of Scientific Abstracts, National Scientific Publication; Art honorary to present exhibit: Will show work of students and faculty members at U Hut Studio; Grapplers get group series:Wrestling will be on slate of Intramural Competition, after Christmas vacation; Christmas carols to be sung soon: Old tradition of singing carols will take place week from Sunday; Morrill Hall to get trophy case: Fifteen cups new in possession of the Agricultural College; Engineers’ Day will be in May: held for first time since Spring of 1924, Beebe appointed Chairman; Tryouts ended for Glee Club: Students not selected for varsity may do choral work; Psych department buys lie detector: Psych-galvanic response apparatus resemble ordinary radio receiving set; Action delayed on grid awards: Board defers approving list submitted, must interpret constitution; To make special stop for students; Claus and Clark to give recital: Will be assisted by Miss Jennie F. W. Johnson, contralto; Art studio at Hut is renovated: Studio in U Hut repainted, prepare for Art Exhibit next week (p3); Student from India breaks into movie lot, is thrown out (p4)
Volleyball; Basketball; Science; Lie detector; Glee club
January 11st, 1927 Pep band to make South Idaho tour early in February: Organization will be under direction of David Nyvall, Jr., conductor; “Should collegians marry!” “Sure.” “No!” are answers; “Twelfth night” to be all-college play this year: Modernized version of Shakespeare’s drama to be given in Spring; Senior Formal set for Friday: Blue Bucket will be decorated is Balck and White; Vandals open 1927 conference hoop year here Friday: Montana Grizzlies first on Pacific Coast schedule for this year; Photos must be taken by Feb. 1: Student picture have to be ready for “Gem of Mountains”; Long Bow Club to petition soon: Will ask recognition campus organization, officers named; Ramblers back from long tour to open season: Vandals take twelve games out of Sixteen on schedule; Law school student is hard working: Goes to school by day and serves as night editor; Frosh win from All-stars 43 to 23: Clever work displayed by yearlings in Downing Lewiston Quintet; Athletes will get letter awards at general assembly: Varsity and freshman football and Cross Country men to be honored; Work on third group of plays: One-act productions will be presented January 20 and 21; Change seating system in gym: New arrangement Practically abolishes waiting before Basketball games; U. of I. student takes PH.D work: Clement Slovers receives M.A., New enrolled in Stanford; Reserved seats to go on sales Thurs.: Tickets are good for only one night, cost ten cents; Filipino students tell of traditions: Cosmopolitan Club hears of Phillippine Island Saturday; T.M.A. to stage smoker Saturday: Wrestling, Boxing and Music is on the program; Pledge emblems keeps girls right: Chemistry Honorary has small distilling tubes for buttons; Candidates taking ranger’s course: Seven states and Canada represented  in February short course; Gather and publish stories of Whitman: Works of famous author to come off press soon; Students ordered to stop grid trips: University of Chicago forbids attendance at out of town games; Executive board meeting tonight: Commencement ‘Pageant’ will be considered at regular session; Report violations honor code at U.W.: Senior Cornell takes action on students found guilty; Notre Dame to have modern dining hall: Huge “Beanery” to be constructed in near future at South Bend; Nebraska students like grade system; Texas adds Czech to its curriculum: Germanic language department has new course for winter term; Show installs new pipe organ: First selections were played at Kenworthy Saturday; Misdemeanors cause dismissal: Seven “University Afloat” Students sent home for breaking laws; Upham speaks at Moscow meet: Moscow Public School heads held meeting last night; Football pays for Princeton deficits; Coach Erb returns from California; “Free Speech in Universities” is discussed by Jenks of New York U. (p2); Professor turns Sherlock Holmes: Scientific Detective work results to conviction of Game Law Violators (p2); Dutch Bible, published 254 years ago, is given to University of South Dakota Museum (p3); Students “Queer” in olden days: “Gownboys” was term applied to college men (p3); Average student is chief problem at Northwest, declares Howard (p4); Russian Ballet last number of artist’s course: Mikhail Mordkin and his famous Troupe to appear Feb.3 (p4); Piano artist please audience: Maier and Pattison present concert for Two Pianos Friday (p4); Texas U. has large oil well revenue: One and one half million dollars yielded by land (p4); Police find collegiate souvenirs when conduct raid on Berkeley group houses (p4)
Football; Basketball; Greek life; Crime; Music; Ballet