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    • USD vs. Northern Colorado

    • Athletics.; Football.; Universities and colleges.; University of South Dakota
    • The Dakota Day game in 1996 featured the University of South Dakota Coyote football team against the Bears from the University of Northern Colorado. USD won the D-Day battle against the fifth-ranked Bears 27-24 in overtime.
    • Interviewing Dave Brubeck

    • Brubeck, Dave; Dave Brubeck Quartet
    • Dave Brubeck, famous jazz pianist, presented a concert on October 14, 1956, at the Yankton High School Auditorium, organized by the Yankton College Student Association. Brubeck and his band, Paul Desmond, Norman Bates, and Joe Morello, played to a...
    • Costume design

    • Costume design.; Theater.; Universities and colleges.; Universities and colleges--Departments.; University of South Dakota; University of South Dakota. College of Fine Arts
    • Hallie Morris, left, and Joyce Jacobsen Wyant, right, consider final alterations on the costumes they are making for their dolls.
    • Dean Belbas

    • Students.; Universities and colleges.; University of South Dakota
    • Dean Belbas, a 1956 graduate of the University of South Dakota, was involved in several activities during his University career. Some of these activities included: Marketing Club, baseball, tennis, Coyote, Volante, and sports publicity director....
    • Grace Beede, medical Greek and Latin roots

    • Beede, Grace Lucile, 1905-; Classrooms.; Students.; Universities and colleges.; Universities and colleges--Faculty.; Universities and colleges--Departments.; University of South Dakota; University of South Dakota. College of Arts and Sciences
    • Grace Beede received her undergraduate degree from the University of South Dakota in 1926 and went on to become professor of Greek and Latin languages in literature in 1928. Although she formally retired in 1960, she served as the director of...
    • Audiological assessment

    • Audiology.; Students.; Universities and colleges.; Universities and colleges--Departments.; University of South Dakota; University of South Dakota. College of Arts and Sciences
    • The examiner and examinee no doubt posed for this photograph. The instrument shown is probably a Maico H-1. This type of audiometer was popular in the 1950s.
    • KUSD studio

    • Students.; Universities and colleges.; Universities and colleges--Departments.; University of South Dakota; University of South Dakota. College of Arts and Sciences
    • Student broadcaster Bill Knutsen tries out a television camera while program director of KUSD, Mort Miller, supervises.
    • Jimmie and Clifton Daniels

    • Athletics.; Basketball.; Universities and colleges.; University of South Dakota
    • Jimmie Daniels, left, and Cliff Daniels, right, were members of the USD Coyote basketball team from 1956 to 1958. According to the 1957 Coyote, “Jim Daniels identified himself by means of his deadly jump shot, a much-feared drive-in shot, and his...
    • Midsummer night’s dream

    • Theater.; Universities and colleges.; Universities and colleges--Departments.; University of South Dakota; University of South Dakota. College of Fine Arts
    • Leah Authier, shown left, and Janice Hildebrand, shown in the middle, prepare for the USD Theatre production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, which was presented January 14-16, 1954. Authier played the part of Mustard-seed, and Hildebrand played the...
    • Research into radiation

    • Professor; Universities and colleges.; Universities and colleges--Departments.; Universities and colleges--Faculty.; University of South Dakota; University of South Dakota. School of Medicine
    • Shown here is one of the monkeys used by the USD medical school for research on the effects of radiation. During the early 1950s, defense-related studies were also being conducted in the math, physics, and psychology departments. In 1951, Dr....
    • Summer camp for children with special needs

    • Special education; Universities and colleges.; University of South Dakota; University of South Dakota. School of Education
    • This photograph documents the June 1957 session of the annual summer school for children with special needs. In 1956, the school was named as the only one of its kind in the United States. The summer school was under the direction of Dr. H. V....
    • Fred Borsch and Tootsie

    • Universities and colleges.; University of South Dakota
    • Deadwood businessman and promoter of South Dakota tourism, Fred Borsch, and his coyote Tootsie graced the University of South Dakota with their presence at Dakota Day in 1953. In 1947, Fred Borsch and his wife Esther were given a coyote pup...
    • Voice lesson with Professor A. L. Wilson

    • Students.; Music.; Professor; Universities and colleges.; Universities and colleges--Faculty.; University of South Dakota; University of South Dakota. College of Fine Arts
    • An unidentified student sings under the direction of A. L. Wilson, professor of music at the University of South Dakota from 1915-1968.
    • Apartment 38, Cypress Court

    • Buildings.; Universities and colleges.; University of South Dakota
    • In 1958, the University of South Dakota received a substantial loan to build Cypress Court and an addition to Julian Hall. Cypress Court consisted of forty small apartments and was inhabited by married students. Redwood Court joined the...
    • CPR training

    • Buildings.; CPR (First aid); Physical education and training; Students.; Universities and colleges.; University of South Dakota
    • CPR training was an instrumental part of physical education coursework. Physical education for women took place in the Old Armory, which is now the Belbas Center.
    • Creative Arts Festival

    • Art.; Buildings.; Universities and colleges.; Universities and colleges--Departments.; University of South Dakota; University of South Dakota. College of Fine Arts
    • “Invitation to Adventure” was the theme for the Creative Arts Festival held in Vermillion on May 12-14, 1961. Oscar Howe was named the Honorary Host for the event. The outdoor exhibition, which is shown in this photograph, was a component of...
    • Mobile x-ray unit

    • Universities and colleges.; University of South Dakota
    • Beginning in the fall of 1948, a mobile chest x-ray unit was brought to the University of South Dakota campus. The primary purpose for bringing the x-ray to campus was to detect tuberculosis, but the x-ray pointed out various other conditions as...

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