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Army Air Corps

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Title Date Summary
151 Army to hold open house for young men of area
College Eye 34:35, p.5
152 Army trains future flyers on the campus
Alumnus 27:3, p.16
7/1/1943 Survey of activities and objectives of 80th College Training Detachment; many ISTC faculty teach their classes; students seek recreational opportunities; photo.
153 Hup, two three, four!
Alumnus 27:3, p.1
7/1/1943 Military training units bring changes to campus.
154 Private Gene Kirgis
Alumnus 27:3, p.1
7/1/1943 Army Air Corps cadet salutes; photo.
155 Seerley joins the service
Alumnus 27:3, p.Outside back cover
7/1/1943 Entrance to Seerley Hall, now headquarters of Army training detachment; photo.
156 Today's soldiers
Holmes--George Henry (Public Relations Director)
Alumnus 27:3, p.Outside front cover
7/1/1943 A student, a WAVE, and an aviation cadet; photo.
157 Today's soldiers
Alumnus 27:3, p.1
7/1/1943 Army Air Corps cadet, WAVE, and student pose in front of the Campanile; photo.
158 Recruits answer call
College Eye 34:34, p.4
6/25/1943 Several candidates respond to recent College Eye article.
159 Squadron A takes high honors at meet
College Eye 34:34, p.1
160 Capt. Leonard issues call for air recruits
College Eye 34:33, p.4
6/18/1943 Procedures and training program explained.
161 New Air Crew arrives
College Eye 34:33, p.4
162 Dial Dope 1540
College Eye 34:32, p.2
6/11/1943 Announces upcoming broadcasts on KXEL.
163 Evening classes for Air students
College Eye 34:32, p.3
6/11/1943 Several faculty provide tutoring service.
164 Scene of open house Friday
College Eye 34:32, p.3
6/11/1943 New students and the men of the Army Air Corps will be invited to the dance in Commons; photo.
165 A salute from the Army Air Corps
College Eye 34:31, p.1
6/4/1943 An Army Air Corps soldier salutes; photo.
166 Air crew 'Cadets' entertain at 'Capers' Wednesday night
College Eye 34:31, p.1
167 Newcomers see campus at war; Army, Waves mingle among T.C. students
College Eye 34:31, p.1
6/4/1943 Brief history of the service units on campus; a look at how campus has changed.
168 Waves now blush at "innocent" courtesy
College Eye 34:31, p.6
169 Army and Navy invade Men's Gym
Old Gold 0:0, p.47
6/1/1943 View of the Men's Gym and grounds; photo.
170 "Free" hours precious for joe-soldier college man
Old Gold 0:0, p.17
6/1/1943 Activities that the army air crew student may do on their free time, including going to the corner drug store for a coke, relax at the commons, take a stroll around campus or attend dances on weekends; photo.
171 Administration
Old Gold 0:0, p.18
6/1/1943 The challenges of the campus of hosting the Army Air Corps and Waves students, the number of students on campus (1000), Waves (1000) and Army Air Corps (400); photo
172 Air students busy crew from reveille to taps
Old Gold 0:0, p.15
6/1/1943 The daily routine for the air crew students, with reveille at 5:30 a.m., with four to a room work could be divided among the men for inspection, busy schedule for the future pilots with their day ending at 9:15 p.m.; photo.
173 Baker Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.114
6/1/1943 Mrs. Bock is truly a well-liked house mother for the men who live in Baker, with pingpong, billiards, radios, and non-fiction books used for recreation; photo.
174 Department of English
Old Gold 0:0, p.60
6/1/1943 One of the most extensive departments at the college, it is directed by Dr. H. Williard Reninger. The department covers speech, debate, and drama in addition to grammer and literature; photo.
175 Department of Music
Old Gold 0:0, p.68
6/1/1943 The department sponsors the weekly student recital, as well as other recitals and concerts throughout the year, members have played for school and civic funtions and have taught some of the air crew students; photo.
176 Department of Physical Education for Men
Old Gold 0:0, p.70
6/1/1943 Physical education at Teachers College has had some changes due to the war, many men who were majoring in phys. Ed. Or now part of the air crew training on campus and competive sports have reflected that; photo.
177 Determined men in khaki tackle "rugged" courses
Old Gold 0:0, p.16
6/1/1943 Courses the air crew students take including up to five hours of physics a day, to help eliminate wash-outs and how the learning from these courses can translate into their careers as pilots; photo.
178 Dormitories
Old Gold 0:0, p.107
6/1/1943 There is between 2300 and 2500 people living in the dormitories, including air crew cadets and WAVES with people living four to a room; photo.
179 Home of esquire, petty pin-ups resounds to call-to-arms
Old Gold 0:0, p.14
6/1/1943 The transition of Baker and Seerley from dorms to barracks, how the army air corps uses the rooms in the barracks; photo.
180 Junior Commandos Get Tough for War
Old Gold 0:0, p.183
6/1/1943 A tough obsacle course is the true test for these men, who look forward to win they graduate to enter the Senior Commandos. The course includes a nine footwall to go over and a five foot bar to jump over; photo.
181 Let us train for freedom while we fight to save it
Old Gold 0:0, p.2
6/1/1943 Student, Army Air Force trainee, and WAVES trainee in front of Campanile; photo.
182 Masters of the Argument
Old Gold 0:0, p.155
6/1/1943 The debate team on campus has had to come to a halt with the arrival of the Army Air Corps and with rationing restricting travel for inter-school debates. Dr. Lambertson taught English and speech to the air crew students; photo.
183 My Thanks to..
Old Gold 0:0, p.187
6/1/1943 The editor thanks all who helped out with this issue of the Old Gold, including Mr. George Holmes, who was faculty advisor.
184 Outstanding Library is Advantage of Every Student
Old Gold 0:0, p.151
6/1/1943 The library or "libe" as students called it, is not only a place to go to study, but also a gathering place for students to meet up for various reasons; photo.
185 Right past the campanile
Old Gold 0:0, p.37
6/1/1943 Baker Hall; photo
186 Science Department
Old Gold 0:0, p.73
6/1/1943 During ordinary times, a student has the choice of sixty-eight separate courses, but at this time, most of the department is training the air crews on campus, Dr. Emmet Cable is the head of the department; photo.
187 Scrappy Cagers are Jinxed by "Gremlins"
Old Gold 0:0, p.173
6/1/1943 Close losses in games and players leaving for the military have jinxed the Panther team, players mentioned are Bob Titsworth, who left for the Naval Air Corps and Dick Deidler, who for the Army Air Corps; photo.
188 Seerley Hall
Old Gold 0:0, p.112
6/1/1943 Seerley is a dorm that students liked for it was new and homey. Three groups of students called Seerley home in as many semesters-men, women, and then the Army Air Crew; photo.
189 Social Science Department
Old Gold 0:0, p.76
6/1/1943 Shake-ups resulting from the war has become familiar to the department with some of the instructors now teaching the air crew and the WAVES using some of the classrooms; photo.
190 The 1943 Old Gold
Old Gold 0:0, p.162
6/1/1943 With long hours, rationing of equipment, and male staff members being called to the war, the staff of the Old Gold put together a story through pictures of life on campus during the year; photo.
191 The College Eye
Old Gold 0:0, p.160
6/1/1943 The College Eye took the hurdles of wartime journalism by dealing with male members being called to service and being the first with the news of the arrival of Waves and Army Air Corps; photo.
192 There Have Been Some Changes Made
Old Gold 0:0, p.113
6/1/1943 The three gorups of students that have called Seerley home, including Mulka and Wiley, and Foster and Reimer, and also the army; photo.
193 They're in the Service Now
Old Gold 0:0, p.106
6/1/1943 The military on campus; photo.
194 We salute the campus trainees
Old Gold 0:0, p.8
6/1/1943 A salute to the Army Air Corps and WAVES trained on campus; photo.
195 Dial Dope 1540
College Eye 34:30, p.2
5/14/1943 Announces upcoming broadcasts on KXEL.
196 Air Crew students enjoying stay on college campus
Milversted--Dorothy Margaret (Class of 1943)
College Eye 34:28, p.1
4/30/1943 Service men give their impressions of campus.
197 Many star college athletes now roam campus in khaki
College Eye 34:28, p.4
4/30/1943 Many former athletes are on campus in the Army Air Corps training detachments.
198 Lounge provides comforts of home for air students
College Eye 34:27, p.3
4/23/1943 Enjoy service men's lounge.
199 Public address system installed above Seerley Hall
College Eye 34:27, p.3
4/23/1943 Will be used in association with military drill and formations.
200 Air Crew students invited to Art League
College Eye 34:26, p.1


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