IndexUNI: Database of University Articles

Military Service

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Title Date Summary
401 A. E. Justesen former editor writes from S. C.; Mr. Justesen describes interesting life of Jackie
Justesen--Axel E. (Classes of 1912 and 1916)
College Eye 9:27, p.1
4/24/1918 Writes of experience in training camp.
402 Alvin S. Tostlebe
College Eye 9:27, p.8
4/24/1918 Will soon be out at sea.
403 Athletes' service stars
College Eye 9:27, p.4
4/24/1918 Over one hundred men who participated in the Drake Relays last year are currently in military service.
404 Lieut. Ostergaard writes Pres. Seerley; not located at Ft. Sill, Okla.
Ostergaard--Hjalmar (Class of 1914; Extension Faculty)
College Eye 9:27, p.1
4/24/1918 Writes of war experiences.
405 Manford Kint, former football man rises in the service
College Eye 9:27, p.7
4/24/1918 Passed a series of tests to serve on a submarine.
406 Sergeant Milton Tostlebe
College Eye 9:27, p.8
4/24/1918 Has to return to Waco, Texas, after his furlough.
407 Corporal E. N. Spafford
College Eye 9:26, p.8
4/17/1918 Is based at Camp Dodge; spent Sunday in Cedar Falls.
408 Franklin Green
College Eye 9:26, p.8
4/17/1918 Came home from Camp Perry on a furlough.
409 Sgt. Tostlebe lectures to chemistry classes
College Eye 9:26, p.1
4/17/1918 Spoke about medical and aviation work relating to the war.
410 Military column
College Eye 9:25, p.5
4/10/1918 News from military camps; Martin Wilson wrote a letter.
411 Verle Reed writes to men
Reed--Verle (Student--1917)
College Eye 9:25, p.5
4/10/1918 Writes of experiences in training camps.
412 Military column
College Eye 9:24, p.6
4/3/1918 Students and faculty who have left the college to serve in military training camps.
413 Professor Gist
College Eye 9:24, p.8
4/3/1918 Update on the Gist men who are in military service.
414 Victor Peterson
College Eye 9:24, p.8
4/3/1918 Is at Fort Leavenworth in the medical corps.
415 Army and Navy
Alumni News Letter 2:2, p.1
4/1/1918 Supplement to issue 2 lists former ISTC students in military.
416 Faculty, graduates, former students in the U.S.A., U.S.N., National Army and other service
Alumni News Letter 2:2, p.Supplement
4/1/1918 Assignments and addresses of alumni, faculty, and former students who are in the military service.
417 Dwight Davis
College Eye 9:23, p.8
3/27/1918 Is to report to Fort Jay in New York.
418 Prof. Peterson
College Eye 9:23, p.8
3/27/1918 Has enlisted and will be at Camp Funston.
419 Battalion tactics for Spring Term; Major Mead plans heavy schedule
College Eye 9:22, p.1
3/20/1918 Working toward drill uniformity in local and national training units; photo.
420 Burnell, Porter, and Anderson
College Eye 9:22, p.8
3/20/1918 Will be furthering their Signal Corps work at the Carnegie Institute.
421 Howard Lanckton
College Eye 9:22, p.8
3/20/1918 Is entering the medical department of military service.
422 Lieut. Clarke
College Eye 9:22, p.8
3/20/1918 Is now at Fort Riley.
423 Martin Wilson entered service
College Eye 9:22, p.3
3/20/1918 Martin Wilson enlisted; Harold Sheldon entertained visitors last weekend.
424 Men and our college
College Eye 9:22, p.4
3/20/1918 Believes that not all the "good men" are in the army.
425 Paul Warttman
College Eye 9:22, p.8
3/20/1918 Recently entered military service.
426 Scott Throckmorton
College Eye 9:22, p.8
3/20/1918 Is visiting from the Great Lakes Naval Training Station.
427 Slackers
College Eye 9:22, p.4
3/20/1918 Encourages men to stay in college instead of enlisting to make themselves better citizens.
428 War studies
College Eye 9:22, p.4
3/20/1918 Every man going into military service should study science and mathematics.
429 Alvin Tostlebe
College Eye 9:20, p.8
2/27/1918 Has left for training in the Navy Reserve.
430 Are I. S. T. C. students slackers? Answer your country's call
College Eye 9:20, p.2
2/27/1918 Encourages students to enlist in military service.
431 Frank Jewell
College Eye 9:20, p.8
2/27/1918 Has been called to military duty at Camp Dodge.
432 John Partington
College Eye 9:20, p.8
2/27/1918 Was superintendent in Swea City but was called to duty at Camp Dodge.
433 Clarence Brown
College Eye 9:19, p.7
2/20/1918 Clarence Brown is home on a ten day furlough from Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
434 Military Column
College Eye 9:19, p.6
2/20/1918 Absences from drill practice must be excused; profile of Major Sheppard Philpot.
435 The making of an airman; his status, salary, medical examination, etc.
College Eye 9:19, p.2
2/20/1918 The steps an Air Corps candidate must go through to get into the Air Service.
436 Andrew Sorenson
College Eye 9:18, p.8
2/12/1918 Passed two tests to enter the Aviation Corps.
437 Class I A
College Eye 9:18, p.4
2/12/1918 Men who have no direct dependents are being called to do dangerous work for the armed services.
438 Lloyd W. Barnes
College Eye 9:18, p.7
2/12/1918 Has applied to join the army.
439 Military Column
Rich--Walter D. (Class of 1917)
College Eye 9:18, p.5
2/12/1918 Walter Rich writes of his experiences at Camp Joseph in Jacksonville, Florida.
440 Students enlist
College Eye 9:18, p.8
2/12/1918 Harold Mitze, Doyle Woodward, and Stanley Frisby have enlisted.
441 "Over the Top" fourteen times and lives
College Eye 9:17, p.1
2/6/1918 Sergeant B. A. Andrews, soldier for the British army, spoke at Camp Dodge.
442 A letter to the students of the United States
College Eye 9:17, p.2
2/6/1918 United States War Department encourages students to join the armed forces and help in reconstruction efforts.
443 Camp Dodge Notes
College Eye 9:17, p.3
2/6/1918 Educational classes are being held in French, English, and typewriting; taught by W. Witte.
444 Capt. Seymour speaks to the battalion
College Eye 9:17, p.5
2/6/1918 Will train the soldiers in machine gun warfare.
445 Miller Christiansen who just received his Naturalization Papers before enlistment writes to the College Eye from Camp Funston, Kansas
Christensen--Miller (Class of 1921)
College Eye 9:17, p.3
2/6/1918 In a company of 179 men; is glad to have Y. M. C. A. meetings in Camp.
446 Rex Haight
College Eye 9:17, p.7
2/6/1918 Has enlisted in the Navy and has been visiting friends here.
447 Tern Sharp
College Eye 9:17, p.7
2/6/1918 Has enlisted in the Army and is at Camp Dodge.
448 The Navy and the college man
College Eye 9:17, p.4
2/6/1918 Josephus Daniels, Secretary of the Navy, calls for educated men in the Navy.
449 U. S. wants men for Air Service; its place in warfare and the kind of men who alone can qualify for it
College Eye 9:17, p.1
2/6/1918 Encourages students to join.
450 Wants government to furnish officers with uniforms at cost price
College Eye 9:17, p.3
2/6/1918 Advocates same quality and price for any officer, regardless of his rank.

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