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  • Recollections from the Archives: Case vs. Reserve 1912 Thanksgiving Day game
    half In the second half Case showed a flash of form and almost tied the score but Reserve came back strong with another touchdown and a safety Thus Reserve had by a score of 24 to 13 defeated Case Reserve the underdog had by spirit and fight defeated Case for the first time since 1908 Cartoon from The Reserve 1914 The account in the Case yearbook Differential had a different tone Then came the regrettable Reserve game There is no doubt but that Case was handicapped by the inch or two of snow on the field for every one knows that we would have played a better game on a dry field Whether or not we would have won is hard to tell but as it was the team was merely defeated not disgraced by the combination of snow and hard luck Scoreboard from the November 28 1912 game Case finished the season with a 4 6 record Reserve finished with a 5 4 record Enjoy more stories of the traditional Thanksgiving Day Case Reserve game from 2010 and 2011 blog entries Posted by hxy2 at November 21 2012 09 34 PM Trackback Pings TrackBack URL for this entry http blog case edu archives mt tb cgi 26670 Comments Post a comment Name Email Address URL Remember Me Yes No Comments you may use HTML tags for style In Recollections the University Archives explores the people traditions programs and milestones that have shaped Case Western Reserve University Search Contact archives case edu subscribe RSS Feed for this Blog Categories Events and Activities People Places Things Archives October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014

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  • Recollections from the Archives: 60th Anniversary of Last Case vs. WRU Thanksgiving Day Football Game
    McCarter kicked the extra point for Reserve s final point of the season McCarter finished the season with 16 points after touchdown in 16 tries End of third quarter Reserve 35 Case 13 The only score in the fourth quarter was a Pavlick touchdown from the seven Final Reserve 35 Case 19 Reserve finished the season with a 5 3 1 record the best in a decade Case finished the season with a 1 7 record Less than 2 months later on 1 8 1954 President Glennan announced that Case would drop football from Case s intercollegiate sports program This ended the traditional Thanksgiving Day football game Though Case resumed intercollegiate football in the fall of 1955 and rekindled the rivalry with Reserve they no longer played on Thanksgiving Day After Glennan s announcement the Case students staged a mock funeral for football According to the 1 15 1954 Case Tech A flower car hearse and students assembled at Van Horn Field proceeded over Adelbert and Euclid to the front entrance and from there to the final resting place across from Tomlinson Hall With football players as pall bearers to the strains of a dirge Mr Touchdown was laid in state and finally to rest A drum roll sounded and a flight of cadets saluted as the ball was lowered to the grave All was again silent A harsh command of the flight officer dismissed the honor guard Funeral for Case football You can read accounts of the season and this game in the Reserve 1954 yearbook Eos and the Case 1954 yearbook Differential Both yearbooks are available as fully searchable PDF files via Digital Case We advise downloading the PDF file and then opening it Enjoy more stories of the traditional Thanksgiving Day Case Reserve game from 2010 2011

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  • Recollections from the Archives: University convocation in memory of John F. Kennedy
    Clubs gave the benediction Music was performed by the University Singers under the direction of Donald Joseph Shetler Associate Professor of Music Walter Blodgett Curator of Musical Arts at the Cleveland Museum of Art provided the organ music It was highly unusual for the university to hold a convocation in honor of a non university individual The next such event was in 1968 after the assassination of Rev Martin Luther King Jr The Reserve Tribune student newspaper in the 12 5 1963 edition published this editorial JFK a doer It is hoped the tragic death of John F Kennedy will not end the recognition given the the New Frontier to American cultural arts The Kennedys during their three years in the White House focused national attention on poetry art music dance literature and theatre John Kennedy expanded the concept of presidential leadership to include the creativity of the American man in the areas of the Liberal Arts In doing so he has set a precedent which must be continued if the office of the President of the United States is to be truly representative of the nation Posted by hxy2 at November 22 2013 02 59 PM Trackback Pings TrackBack URL for this entry http blog case edu archives mt tb cgi 27114 Comments Post a comment Name Email Address URL Remember Me Yes No Comments you may use HTML tags for style In Recollections the University Archives explores the people traditions programs and milestones that have shaped Case Western Reserve University Search Contact archives case edu subscribe RSS Feed for this Blog Categories Events and Activities People Places Things Archives October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August

    Original URL path: http://blog.case.edu/archives/2013/11/22/university_convocation_in_memory_of_john_f_kennedy (2015-11-11)
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  • Recollections from the Archives: The Flood of 1975
    Wickenden was 90 000 Physics laboratory and stairwell in Wickenden Water ran over the loading dock of Tomlinson and flooded the basement and utility tunnel The transformers in the subbasement were completely flooded resulting in their loss The cafeterias and kitchen areas one flight up were less affected as the water crested at that floor level Food service was suspended The greatest monetary damage happened in Sears Library where the ground floor stack area and work areas were flooded The area damaged was 100 long 35 feet wide and 16 feet high with stacks of books running floor to ceiling Damaged were 50 000 volumes and 50 000 maps The university hired 2 experts Willman Spawn Conservator of the American Philosophical Society and Peter Waters Restoration Officer at the Library of Congress to direct the salvage operation Ten thousand volumes were permanently lost with the remainder restored The damage to the building was 10 000 while the collection was 800 000 Stack area and work area in Sears Library The Crawford ground floor was covered with 6 7 inches of water In Glennan water came through the mechanical steam room door flooding the corridor with 2 3 inches Damage in White and Olin was kept to a minimum because the sump pump in Olin continued to pump after being submerged The first floor of both buildings received 2 3 inches while the structures laboratory and electron microscope which were at a lower elevation received 1 2 feet resulting in 10 000 in damage The basement of Adelbert Hall suffered flooding from a backed up sewer A complete study was done to determine how the water entered each building and how to minimize loss from flooding The losses from the 1975 flood totaled over 1 1 million Posted by hxy2 at

    Original URL path: http://blog.case.edu/archives/2013/10/30/the_flood_of_1975 (2015-11-11)
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  • Recollections from the Archives: Travelling Behind the Iron Curtain
    Nassau was much in demand as a speaker He described his travels to groups ranging from the Cleveland City Club to church groups school groups and Case alumni gatherings Accounts of his trip appeared in such diverse publications as the Cleveland Plain Dealer Sky and Telescope and the Case Alumnus Nassau s travel journal and mementoes of the trip are part of the exhibit Around the World in 80 Books in Hatch Reading Room Kelvin Smith Library through December 20 The exhibit includes first hand travel accounts in diaries postcards letters and published travelogues Also on display are travel as the subject of literary classics works of satire science fiction and fantasy from the 17th through the 20th centuries Journeys of scientific and personal discovery are represented by accounts of explorers from the 17th century and the Case study abroad program from the 21st century Also exhibited are travel guides including maps recommended attractions hotel and restaurant reviews from Boston Paris Egypt Palestine and Cleveland Ohio Posted by jmt3 at October 21 2013 08 44 PM Trackback Pings TrackBack URL for this entry http blog case edu archives mt tb cgi 27070 Comments Post a comment Name Email Address URL Remember Me Yes No Comments you may use HTML tags for style In Recollections the University Archives explores the people traditions programs and milestones that have shaped Case Western Reserve University Search Contact archives case edu subscribe RSS Feed for this Blog Categories Events and Activities People Places Things Archives October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 December 2013 November 2013 October 2013

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  • Recollections from the Archives: Medicine and Natural History
    courses in botany and zoology natural history philosophy of natural history anatomy physiology and conchology Cassels was a member of the Medical faculty from 1843 1873 and twice served as Dean 1843 44 and 1961 73 He taught courses in geology mineralogy and botany Kirtland served on the Medical faculty from 1843 1863 and also served as Dean in 1846 While his teaching was not in natural history but theory and practice of medicine Kirtland was a famous naturalist He founded the Cleveland Academy of Natural Science predecessor of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History He participated in the 1837 geological survey of Ohio producing a report cataloging the state s mammals birds reptiles fishes and mollusks His horticultural experiments developed improved varieties of serveral fruits Dr Kirtland also served three terms in the Ohio House of Representatives The papers of this remarkable man are held by the Kelvin Smith Library s Special Collections and a finding aid is available The exhibit in Kelvin Smith Library s Special Collections Hatch Reading Room is open Monday through Friday 9 00 a m till 4 30 p m through September 27 Posted by jmt3 at September 18 2013 06 12 PM Trackback Pings TrackBack URL for this entry http blog case edu archives mt tb cgi 27027 Comments Post a comment Name Email Address URL Remember Me Yes No Comments you may use HTML tags for style In Recollections the University Archives explores the people traditions programs and milestones that have shaped Case Western Reserve University Search Contact archives case edu subscribe RSS Feed for this Blog Categories Events and Activities People Places Things Archives October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September

    Original URL path: http://blog.case.edu/archives/2013/09/18/medicine_and_natural_history (2015-11-11)
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  • Recollections from the Archives: Francis Hobart Herrick: Founder of CWRU’s Biology Department
    lantern slides the early 20th century s equivalent of PowerPoint In his field research Herrick was a pioneer in the use of photography to record bird behavior The tent blind he developed for his eagle observations allowed close study of behavior and was widely copied As early as 1890 Herrick advocated for establishment of a local museum of natural history He was one of the founders of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History in 1920 The indefatigable Herrick also designed WRU s Biology Building now DeGrace Hall and many of its laboratory furnishings Examples of Herrick s work are included in Observing the Natural World The Art and Science of Natural History The exhibit of rare books artwork manuscripts and archives illustrates developments in the field of natural history from the 16th through the 19th centuries The exhibit explores both local initiatives and broader developments including increasing specialization and professionalization innovations in recording field observations changing patterns of scholarly communication The exhibit in Kelvin Smith Library s Special Collections Hatch Reading Room is open Monday through Friday 9 00 a m till 4 30 p m through September 27 Posted by jmt3 at August 9 2013 12 14 AM Trackback Pings TrackBack URL for this entry http blog case edu archives mt tb cgi 26979 Comments Post a comment Name Email Address URL Remember Me Yes No Comments you may use HTML tags for style In Recollections the University Archives explores the people traditions programs and milestones that have shaped Case Western Reserve University Search Contact archives case edu subscribe RSS Feed for this Blog Categories Events and Activities People Places Things Archives October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September

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  • Recollections from the Archives: Teaching of Natural History at Western Reserve College
    of Francis Hobart Herrick He taught his first class General Biology to 3 women and 1 man Laboratory teaching began December 1 1888 Originally the department was housed in the Ford House but by December it had occupied 2 rooms in Adelbert Main Private laboratory and preparation room in Adelbert Main 1889 Within 10 years enrollment had soared and the Biology Department had sorely outgrown its space and planning for a new building began The new Biological Laboratory now known as DeGrace Hall was dedicated June 13 1899 Sources Frederick C Waite Natural History and Biology in the Undergraduate Colleges of Western Reserve University Western Reserve Univeristy Bulletin New Series Vol XXXII No 13 July 1 1929 pp 21 48 and Western Reserve University Catalogs The teaching of Natural History at WRC is part of an exhibit Observing the Natural World The Art and Science of Natural History The exhibit of rare books artwork manuscripts and archives illustrates developments in the field of natural history from the 16th through the 19th centuries The exhibit explores both local initiatives and broader developments including increasing specialization and professionalization innovations in recording field observations changing patterns of scholarly communication The exhibit in Kelvin Smith Library s Special Collections Hatch Reading Room is open Monday through Friday 9 00 a m till 4 30 p m through September 27 2013 Posted by hxy2 at August 30 2013 08 01 PM Trackback Pings TrackBack URL for this entry http blog case edu archives mt tb cgi 27000 Comments Post a comment Name Email Address URL Remember Me Yes No Comments you may use HTML tags for style In Recollections the University Archives explores the people traditions programs and milestones that have shaped Case Western Reserve University Search Contact archives case edu subscribe RSS Feed for

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