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Title Date Summary
301 News
College Eye 28:42, p.1
7/23/1937 Franco proclaims victory in Spain.
302 "Bury the Dead", Homecoming play, shows corpses who refuse burial
College Eye 28:10, p.1
11/13/1936 Review of the play.
303 Dead men walk in anti-war play for Homecoming
College Eye 28:9, p.1
11/6/1936 Preview of "Bury the Dead".
304 Dr. Burris Jenkins voices approval of younger generation
College Eye 28:8, p.1
10/30/1936 Excerpts from chapel address; believes that young people would respond to patriotic challenge.
305 Oh, yes, dead men do tell tales this time
College Eye 28:7, p.1
10/23/1936 Will complete casting for "Bury the Dead" soon.
306 Dr. Coe speaks on war question
College Eye 27:41, p.2
5/1/1936 Questions value of war.
307 Veterans of Future Wars meeting ends in a riot; no heads broken but some fun; Ray Sorensen leads opposition, McCabe absconds with insignia
Moore--Lynniel A. (Class of 1938)
College Eye 27:37, p.3
4/3/1936 Students outline purposes of new group; thirty join group.
308 Here's a student's idea of war
Pritchard--Norris T. (Class of 1939)
College Eye 27:36, p.2
3/27/1936 Believes that a student strike is not the best way to promote peace, and offers suggestions for demonstrations that would be supported by faculty and officials.
309 Does American youth want war?
College Eye 27:35, p.2
3/20/1936 Claims that ISTC should have a peace rally to protest another war.
310 Students strike against war
College Eye 27:34, p.2
3/13/1936 Description of nationwide protest.
311 Abbott flays war in chapel address
College Eye 27:32, p.1
2/21/1936 Excerpts from Professor Abbott's address.
312 Importance of art in promoting peace described by Conlon
College Eye 27:29, p.3
1/31/1936 Believes that art is an inspiration for mankind.
313 Wellborn discusses war situation
College Eye 27:21, p.5
11/15/1935 At International Relations Club meeting.
314 Reality's coming to visit us
College Eye 27:13, p.2
9/20/1935 Claims that what students want to find out from Senator Gerald Nye, is what they can do to help prevent war.
315 Peterson reviews 'Peace with honor'
College Eye 27:51, p.1
316 Lambertson sees Hitler sapping peace of world
College Eye 26:42, p.1
317 Peace movements succumbing to war, Hoffman declares
College Eye 26:40, p.1
4/26/1935 Brief excerpts from address by Charles Hoffman.
318 Cause of war, peace analyzed by M. de Lanux
College Eye 26:37, p.1
319 Extra! World declares peace!
College Eye 26:37, p.2
4/5/1935 Believes newspapers do not give enough attention to the cause of peace.
320 Excuse me for thinking
College Eye 26:35, p.2
3/21/1935 Editor of American Legion journal believes college newspapers should not contain editorials.
321 Hey, Mr. Hearst!
College Eye 26:32, p.2
2/22/1935 Comments on University of Iowa group that allegedly promotes war and dictatorship.
322 World could not wage good war, says Hutchinson
College Eye 26:31, p.3
2/15/1935 Paul Hutchinson states views on war.
323 La-dees and gentlemen! In this shell-hole the tattooed soldier
College Eye 26:22, p.2
11/23/1934 Comments on proposal to tattoo soldiers to aid in identifying them.
324 The wonders of science
College Eye 26:10, p.2
8/10/1934 New electric ray developed by Nikola Tesla for America's defense.
325 An old question
College Eye 25:26, p.2
1/12/1934 Suggests offering military training as an elective alternative to physical education.
326 Editorials; how would you vote it?
College Eye 24:31, p.2
5/5/1933 Iowa State College has a questionnaire for people to fill out regarding militarism in education and personal pacifism.
327 Women's debate team will argue
Public Relations News Release 1932:231, p.1
2/1/1933 Women's debate team will argue the question, "Resolved: That the United States, should agree to the cancellation of inter-allied war debts", Monday February 6th.
328 College peace group chooses war debts for discussion topic
College Eye 24:13, p.1
12/9/1932 Group divides into two sections.
329 Paul Harris will lead discussions on world affairs
College Eye 24:9, p.1
11/4/1932 Lengthy profile of the speaker.
330 Paul Harris, Jr. visits campus in November
College Eye 24:6, p.3
10/14/1932 Will speak on behalf of anti-war group.
331 Dr. Crowder declares Christianity is only remedy for militarism; band plays concert at campus observance of Armistice Day
College Eye 22:10, p.8
11/14/1930 Highlights of Armistice Day program.
332 Miss Seay returns after conference in Washington; over 500 delegates and many visitors attend annual meeting
College Eye 21:16, p.1
1/24/1930 Meeting on cause and cure of war.
333 "Continue Xmas spirit throughout year" says Miss Winder
College Eye 21:13, p.8
12/13/1929 Mary I. Winder speaks on war and peace.
334 Dr. Morrison's address proved very interesting
College Eye 20:20, p.1
2/14/1929 Charles Clayton Morrison spoke on prospects of world peace.
335 Open forum to discuss Kellog Peace Pact
College Eye 20:15, p.1
1/10/1929 Sponsored by literary societies; hope to duplicate good earlier discussion on Prohibition.
336 Women urged by Mrs. Hooper to unite for peace
College Eye 20:11, p.1
11/22/1928 Mrs. Ben Hooper speaks to women.
337 Mrs. Ben Hooper coming Nov. 16
College Eye 20:10, p.1
11/15/1928 Will speak on war.
338 A plea decrying war; an appreciation of Armistice
College Eye 20:9, p.3
11/8/1928 Description of the ravages of war.
339 Schedule of proposals at Geneva arms parley
College Eye 18:48, p.2
7/6/1927 Guidelines for naval tonnage.
340 "Peace on Earth" as sung by the United States
College Eye 18:25, p.4
1/12/1927 Gives the author's point of view on recent military actions by the United States.
341 Homerian
Old Gold 0:0, p.257
6/1/1926 Officers, colors, motto, members; photo.
342 A Washington fable
College Eye 17:42, p.4
4/28/1926 Symbolic anti-war piece.
343 A communication
College Eye 17:38, p.2
3/31/1926 Professor Robinson gives reasons for military training.
344 Ought we obey our consciences?
College Eye 17:38, p.3
3/31/1926 Asserts that one should be allowed to follow his own conscience and make his own decision about military service.
345 Something to do
College Eye 17:38, p.4
3/31/1926 Argues for less military spending and for peace.
346 Keep the home pot boiling
College Eye 17:37, p.3
3/24/1926 Faculty give their viewpoints on war and peace.
347 Official Notice
College Eye 17:36, p.2
3/17/1926 A. E. Winship will speak; faculty committee explains circumstances of invitation to American Legion speaker.
348 Student opinion
Ludley--Felix (Student--1926)
College Eye 17:36, p.5
3/17/1926 Felix Ludley believes Thomas Harrison deserves a fair hearing.
349 American or Christian!
College Eye 17:35, p.4
3/3/1926 Asks if one can be a patriotic citizen and a Christian.
350 Student Opinion
Pattee--Steven M. (Classes of 1925 and 1926)
College Eye 17:34, p.2
2/24/1926 Urges respect for freedom of speech of pacifists.


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