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League of Nations

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Title Date Summary
1 League needs human element, Sage avers
College Eye 26:44, p.133
5/24/1935 Leland Sage spoke about reforms he believes should be made in the League of Nations.
2 League of Nations question discussed in student talks
College Eye 26:40, p.4
4/26/1935 Informal discussion of international relations.
3 Tutors debate with British team
Alumnus 18:1, p.17
1/1/1934 Debate question regarding the League of Nations.
4 Grant, Curtiss are chosen to debate Britons; English debater is boxer and also up for Parliament
College Eye 25:15, p.1
10/6/1933 Will debate value of League of Nations.
5 Mary Woolverton to lead discussion on peace question
College Eye 24:12, p.3
11/28/1932 Meetings will start December 1, and will convene once a month.
6 Prof. Kenneth W. Colegrove
Alumnus 14:1, p.29
1/1/1930 Professor of Political Science at Northwestern University is spending the year abroad. He is editing the European Economic and Political Survey put out by the Library of Paris. Colegrove will attend meetings at the League of Nations and the World Court.
7 College questionnaire shows league interest
College Eye 20:4, p.4
8 Students to have "League of Nations"
College Eye 18:38, p.1
4/13/1927 Will hold mock convention in New York.
9 Discussions wax warm in Evanston church conference
College Eye 17:28, p.1
1/13/1926 Also consider World Court and war; several ISTC delegates attend.
10 Results of the World Court poll
College Eye 17:27, p.5
12/16/1925 Students favor the World Court in national poll.
11 The inquiring reporter
College Eye 17:26, p.5
12/9/1925 Asks students and faculty if they favor the World Court.
12 The World Court question
College Eye 17:26, p.5
12/9/1925 Current status of the legislation.
13 On the World Court
College Eye 17:25, p.7
12/2/1925 Over one hundred students attended discussion sessions on the subject.
14 American colleges discuss World Court
College Eye 17:20, p.1
10/28/1925 Professor Robinson led discussion at YMCA meeting.
15 Y. W. C. A. delegates return
College Eye 15:35, p.3
5/14/1924 Convention voted in favor of League of Nations.
16 Teachers win and lose in Parsons debate; T. C. wins at Cedar Falls and loses at Fairfield; affirmative from both schools get judges' decisions
College Eye 15:28, p.1
3/26/1924 Review of results.
17 Teachers-Parsons women's debate here Friday; rival institutions will discuss U. S. entry in League; U. of Iowa and T. C. to clash next week
College Eye 15:27, p.1
3/19/1924 Prospects for the debate.
18 Bok $100,000 prize peace plan chosen; advocates membership in world court; nationwide referendum held on new plan
College Eye 15:19, p.1
1/23/1924 United States will cooperate with the League of Nations without joining it.
19 Everett Colby World Ct. expert delivers address; declares partisanship kept us out of League; predicts U. S. member of court in short time
College Eye 15:16, p.1
12/19/1923 Summary of remarks.
20 State Teachers wins dual debate from Simpson; Prof. Short turns out winning group of debaters; both affirmative and negative teams win decision;
College Eye 15:16, p.1
12/19/1923 Re-cap on the debate.
21 Simpson-Teachers debate Friday; both teams ready for forensic contest; Simpson comes here with team of experienced speakers; will discuss U. S. entry
College Eye 15:15, p.1
12/12/1923 Teams are ready for competition.
22 Professor Wright
College Eye 14:51, p.2
7/13/1923 Contemplates the feasibility of a League of Nations.
23 News and comments
College Eye 14:21, p.1
11/8/1922 News from on and off campus.
24 Morningside-Teachers debate Friday
College Eye 12:29, p.1
4/13/1921 Debate topic is the League of Nations.
25 Editorially speaking; lest we forget
Anderson--Hans Holst (Class of 1923)
College Eye 12:15, p.4
12/8/1920 Laments that the recent election depended heavily on the League of Nations.
26 Clawson Hall echoes
College Eye 12:12, p.8
11/17/1920 Topic of debate is League of Nations.
27 The League of Nations
Wester--Charles W. (Mathematics Faculty)
College Eye 12:8, p.4
10/20/1920 Professor Wester hopes opposing viewpoint will respond.
28 Colleges for reservations
College Eye 11:20, p.2
2/18/1920 Results of the vote on the Intercollegiate Peace Treaty Referendum were announced in the U. S. Senate.
29 Editorially Speaking
College Eye 11:16, p.4
1/21/1920 Review of the results of vote on Intercollegiate Peace Treaty Referendum; encourages participation in College Eye election; criticizes students for lack of school spirit.
30 See Yourself in the Funny Column
College Eye 11:16, p.6
1/21/1920 Humorous quotes and anecdotes heard on campus.
31 Treaty referendum returns at I. S. T. C.
College Eye 11:15, p.2
1/14/1920 Results of the campus vote on the Intercollegiate Peace Treaty Referendum.
32 Editorially Speaking
College Eye 11:14, p.4
1/7/1920 Encourages students to educate themselves about the issue before voting on the Intercollegiate Peace Treaty Referendum.
33 Vote on League next Tuesday; ballots to be cast in special chapel session; be prepared to vote intelligently
College Eye 11:14, p.1
1/7/1920 Students and faculty will take part in vote on Intercollegiate Peace Treaty Referendum; propositions of referendum are posted.
34 Colleges to vote on treaty; be prepared
College Eye 11:13, p.1
12/31/1919 Students and faculty will vote on the Intercollegiate Peace Treaty Referendum on January 13.
35 Remaking the map of the world; Sir John Foster Fraser speaks
College Eye 11:12, p.1
12/3/1919 Summary of his remarks.
36 Social Science
College Eye 11:8, p.3
11/5/1919 Social Science Club discusses League of Nations.
37 Good opportunities offered English writers; prize essay and second annual short story and poetry contest are now open to competition
College Eye 10:11, p.4
1/22/1919 Subject is the League of Nations.

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