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The Stanford Daily 100 Years of Headlines
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Summaries and Reviews description: Product Description: Through nearly 200 previously unavailable front pages from The Stanford Daily student newspaper, 100 YEARS OF HEADLINES tells a rich, vibrant story of Big Games, wars, student protests, Nobel prizes, NCAA championships, construction, university politics, and other events both major and minor that have shaped campus life.

Handsomely produced, this large format, hardcover book contains over a century of Stanford Daily front pages (most of which haven't been seen since they were first published). Each front page has been digitally imaged from the original bound volumes in the University's archives and is presented in its entirely, exactly as it ran. Organized chronologically, each page includes all the headlines, stories, photos, weather reports, ads, and that made up the day's news.

No other publication can match the impact and immediacy of The Daily's front page. Through headlines, articles, and photographs, these pages provide a "rough draft" of history as it occurred. Told from a student's point of view, The Daily's coverage is straightforward and exciting.

100 YEARS OF HEADLINES covers the broad sweep of Stanford history from its founding to the present day. Re-live top stories, including:

Evidence that Mrs. Stanford Was The Victim of Poison (1905); University in Path of Disastrous Earthquake (1906); Herbert Hoover Carries Nation by Safe Margin in Record Vote (1928); Axe Regained: Cards Seize Historic Weapon at U.C. Rally Through Clever Rouse (1930); Sororities Abolished (1944); Hoover Opens Russian Secret Police Files (1957); National Suspends Kappa Sigma Amid Negro Pledge Controversy (1967); Violent Fights Erupt After Sit-In; Students Battle Police for 4 Hours (1970); Indians Stun Buckeyes, 27-17: Underdog Offense, Defense Spark First Rose Bowl Win in 30 Years (1971); Band Admits Women into Ranks; Adjusts to Indian Theme Ouster (1972; Big Game 1982: A Disastrous Weekend (1982); Stanford Loses Reagan Library (1987); 7.0 Quake Rocks Stanford (1989); The Best! Stanford Fulfills Dream, Outguns Auburn 88-81 for NCAA Title (1990); Chelsea Clinton Accepts Place in Class of '01 (1997); It's Official: President Hennessy (2000); And Many, Many More.

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