File F 112.17 - "Early Days At Ryerson"*

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"Early Days At Ryerson"*

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F 112.17

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  • 1956 (Creation)

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2 8mm films. 400 ft.

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Two copies of an 8mm colour film of Ryerson activities taken by Journalism instructor Ted Schrader. An approximate list of scenes, in rough sequential order, is as follows : Ryerson Hall and St. James Square grounds; students in cars; orientation and initiation; a visit to the Ottawa Press Gallery (Earl Beattie); the Ryersonian newsroom (Ted Schrader); the cafeteria; an "away" football game (student supporters, parade, cheerleaders, band, Al Sauro); ROW/RIOT(?) rehearsals; the front of Ryerson Hall; the temporary buildings and quonset huts; a young Paul Nowack; Earl Beattie; a TTC chartered bus(?); students at the Ryerson Hall entrance; a reference to the Eisenhower U.S. election. Duration time: 25 minutes. See collection record 112-17 for other Schrader film and UM114 for additional Schrader films and documentation (from Earl Beattie Family). This film is not to be confused with "The Ryerson Story", a promotional film on Ryerson, and "Career College", an NFB production, which were both done at about this time. See The Ryersonian, November 21, 1957, for an article on Schrader's film.

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