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Title Date Summary
251 Untitled
Parsons--Barbara L. (Class of 1958)
College Eye 48:9, p.2
11/9/1956 Responds to a recent article in the College Eye concerning the inevitability of war as long as men walk the earth.
252 War and peace
College Eye 48:8, p.2
11/2/1956 Expresses concern at the idea of war.
253 The young men of the land
Pettit--Tom (Class of 1953)
College Eye 44:32, p.2
5/22/1953 Good luck tribute to young men (soldiers) of the land.
254 Around
Coombs--Don (Student--1950)
College Eye 42:18, p.6
2/9/1951 Cynical attitude toward the values behind war.
255 Germany is topic for coffee hour
College Eye 41:5, p.1
10/14/1949 Gives highlights on the condition of life in Germany since the war.
256 Untitled
Smith--Warren Allen (Class of 1948)
College Eye 39:6, p.2
10/24/1947 Criticizes Clyde Gregersen's article about Robert Blakely's lecture.
257 Blakely warns of World War III, traces streams of democracy
Gregersen--Clyde L. (Student--1947)
College Eye 39:5, p.2
10/17/1947 Excerpts from address by DMR writer Robert J. Blakely.
258 Push-button warfare--a new goal
College Eye 39:2, p.2
9/26/1947 Claims that "push-button warfare" is not a very good goal for the American people.
259 College hails victory; snake dances form as surrender news spreads; Dr. Bodein addresses 550 at victory day convocation in Auditorium
College Eye 36:44, p.1
8/17/1945 Description of V-J Day celebrations; five hundred attend convocation; photo.
260 Hail end of war II, but fear war III
College Eye 36:44, p.1
8/17/1945 Students talk about the end of World War II; speculate on the future.
261 V-J Day service
Public Relations News Release 1945:206, p.1
8/15/1945 "Thank God" seemed to be the theme of the Victory Japan service. President Price uttered those words following the prelude and the singing of "God of Our Fathers".
262 Kampus to Khaki
Old Gold 0:0, p.209
6/1/1945 Brief description of the War Acitivities Council; photo.
263 Service
Old Gold 0:0, p.203
6/1/1945 Brief description of faculty serving in the war; photo.
264 The Navy
Old Gold 0:0, p.208
6/1/1945 Brief description of the navy at the college; photo.
265 The Navy
Old Gold 0:0, p.210
6/1/1945 Brief description of the navy at the college; photo.
266 War activities . . . around the campus
Old Gold 0:0, p.204
6/1/1945 Brief description of the activities; photo.
267 Plans made to celebrate V-E Day
Public Relations News Release 1945:114, p.1
5/3/1945 A meditative program is planned upon the announcement of an official proclamation of victory. The gathering will take place in the college auditorium.
268 Tutor Timetable
College Eye 36:10, p.4
11/10/1944 Campus events and activities.
269 After a Fashion
Abrahamson--Sigrid B. (Student--1944)
College Eye 36:9, p.3
11/3/1944 Discusses foods for health and beauty.
270 Tho history in in the making it's still our college year of '44
Old Gold 0:0, p.226
6/1/1944 Importance of school during time of war; photo.
271 War-time brings victory corps to Campus School
College Eye 35:20, p.6
272 Campus Tours
College Eye 35:13, p.5
12/10/1943 News from other campuses.
273 Watching the World
Lauren--Howard C. (Buck) (Class of 1944)
College Eye 35:13, p.2
12/10/1943 Writes about countries negotiating rather than fighting, but also tells of the inevitability of future wars.
274 Students give varied views about war-time marriages
College Eye 34:8, p.2
275 Today's Hyde Park; what are real war issues?
College Eye 32:18, p.2
1/31/1941 One man's thoughts on how war advocates and pacifists are different.
276 Peace committee appears before campus groups
College Eye 31:41, p.3
8/2/1940 Representatives from Friends participate in a variety of activities.
277 Peace discussions
College Eye 31:41, p.2
8/2/1940 Lawther Hall students will participate.
278 Students give military training views
College Eye 31:40, p.2
7/26/1940 Students respond to statements made by Social Science faculty concerning the training of youth for the military.
279 What do you think?
College Eye 31:39, p.2
7/19/1940 Faculty offer opinions on military draft.
280 How about union?
College Eye 31:38, p.2
7/12/1940 Criticizes statements made in Clarence Streit's book, "Union Now."
281 Religious groups enlist workers
College Eye 31:38, p.2
7/12/1940 American Friends group will help religious groups; will try to spread message of peace.
282 Youth trains for another war
College Eye 31:36, p.2
6/21/1940 Comments on the training proposals offered by President Roosevelt and Kent E. Keller.
283 Fahrney says no more wars if we teach the truth
College Eye 31:15, p.2
284 British say war is challenge to Democracy, faith
College Eye 31:10, p.4
11/17/1939 Two students participate in debate with Englishmen on isolation of U. S.
285 Editorially speaking; the College Eye presents; campus views; significant events; America is preferred
College Eye 30:37, p.2
6/30/1939 Reasons why college students prefer to live in the United States. Many students say that this country offers by far the best opportunities. There are no worries about war scares as in other countries.
286 War referendum
College Eye 30:34, p.1
6/5/1939 Students favor national referendum before a draft.
287 Assembly speaker tells of manufactured panic
College Eye 30:31, p.1
5/5/1939 Excerpts from address by Loyd Worley.
288 Assembly launches Peace Week; substitute for war is subject
College Eye 30:30, p.1
4/28/1939 Loyd F. Worley will speak.
289 Wanted: peace preparation
Gaede--Erwin A. (Class of 1939)
College Eye 30:11, p.2
11/18/1938 Believes we should be preparing for peace and not for war.
290 Students air war opinion
College Eye 30:6, p.1
10/14/1938 Students overwhelming oppose war, except in case of invasion.
291 Student Forum
College Eye 30:4, p.1
9/30/1938 Will discuss roads to peace.
292 Cogitations
Jordan--James R. (Class of 1939)
College Eye 29:27, p.1
4/8/1938 Expresses a need for an International Relations Club on campus.
293 Student meeting
College Eye 29:25, p.2
3/25/1938 Few appear to discuss war profits bill.
294 Students meet
College Eye 29:24, p.1
3/18/1938 Will discuss Sheppard-May bill, which would take away war profits.
295 Hello, frosh
College Eye 29:13, p.8
12/10/1937 The costs of war.
296 "Hope for peace," Hoffman
College Eye 29:11, p.5
11/19/1937 Brief excerpts from Armistice Day address by the Reverend M. M. Hoffman.
297 Attention, Mr. Robinson, Jr.
Hartlieb--Randall Worth (Class of 1938)
College Eye 29:10, p.4
11/12/1937 Responds to a letter in the November 5 edition of the College Eye written by Lee C. Robinson, Jr., on the topic of war.
298 Attention, Mr. Hartlieb
Robinson--Lee C.--Jr. (Student--1937)
College Eye 29:9, p.2
11/5/1937 Discusses the possibility of war; comments on wave of editorials against war.
299 "War is coming; oppose it now!"
Hartlieb--Randall Worth (Class of 1938)
College Eye 29:8, p.2
10/29/1937 Discusses the possibility of an upcoming war.
300 In the face of war--peace
College Eye 29:5, p.2
10/8/1937 Speaks out against war.


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