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Title Date Summary
351 Student attitude on war resented by Chicago Tribune
College Eye 17:31, p.1
2/3/1926 Tribune believes some students' patriotism is questionable.
352 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.
353 Kirby Page says modern war has become suicidal; claims it is unnecessary
College Eye 17:24, p.1
11/25/1925 Lengthy excerpts from address on need for peace in the world.
354 Margaret Quayle says that double standard is going; must base relation on truth
College Eye 17:24, p.1
11/25/1925 Excerpts from address on war and morality.
355 Armistice Day program
College Eye 17:23, p.7
11/18/1925 Includes talk on cruelty of war and addresses by veterans.
356 Kirby Page, noted pacifist to speak Sunday on nation's peace policy; his methods for getting world peace called radical
College Eye 17:23, p.1
11/18/1925 Speaker profile.
357 Armistice Day anniversary
Punke--Edward G. (Social Science Faculty)
College Eye 16:11, p.4
11/11/1924 Present generation given the task of abolishing war.
358 Prof. Fullerton answers critics; says that "a difference in understanding the teachings of Jesus is at the base of the controversy"
Fullerton--Charles Alexander (Class of 1890; Music Faculty)
College Eye 14:55, p.1
8/10/1923 C. A. Fullerton defends statements made during chapel concerning militarism and pacifism.
359 Teachers need no warning against peace
McKinnon--Nettie J. (Class of 1925; Training School Faculty)
College Eye 14:55, p.2
8/10/1923 Disagrees with statements made by Professor Fullerton concerning those who strive for peace.
360 A new alliance
Young--Walter A. (Social Science Faculty)
College Eye 14:54, p.1
8/3/1923 Criticizes statements made by C. A. Fullerton concerning pacifists and militarists.
361 Attack chapel talk; professors and students disagree with Fullerton; a lost opportunity
Barnes--John (English Faculty)
College Eye 14:54, p.1
8/3/1923 Professor Barnes disagrees with statements made by chapel speaker concerning pacifism.
362 In this issue appears a series
College Eye 14:54, p.2
8/3/1923 Claims that Professor Fullerton should have given clear reasons for his judgments about pamphlets issued by the National Council for Prevention of War.
363 Our major obligation
Campbell--Lee H. (Class of 1924)
College Eye 14:54, p.1
8/3/1923 Disagrees with C. A. Fullerton's speech concerning opinions for peace.
364 Teaching truth in history
McElhinney--Elsie Z. (Class of 1924)
College Eye 14:54, p.1
8/3/1923 Disagrees with C. A. Fullerton's statements claiming that textbooks with a militaristic style are the only ones that should be used.
365 What good did the war do
College Eye 14:54, p.3
8/3/1923 Movie will question outcome of World War I.
366 Untitled
College Eye 14:52, p.1
7/20/1923 Anti-war movement is sweeping the nation.
367 It is our task to end war; Mr. Libby pleads for League of Nations in address at Teachers College
College Eye 14:51, p.1
7/13/1923 Frederick J. Libby's campus speech, printed in full.
368 Vesper service next Sunday; Mr. Frederick J. Libby to speak
College Eye 14:49, p.1
6/29/1923 Speaker profile.
369 War is destroying our civilization
College Eye 14:42, p.3
4/25/1923 Speaks against war.
370 An undefended frontier
College Eye 14:38, p.4
3/28/1923 Claims that United States international relationships are positively affected by the fortunately isolated location of the Americas.
371 In retrospect
College Eye 14:18, p.7
10/18/1922 Believes the writing of personal experiences during World War I is vital to American history.
372 Hon. C. W. Ramsey
Alumni News Letter 6:4, p.3
10/1/1922 C. W. Ramsey pushes a bill in Congress requiring all young men to join the armed forces, and for all citizens to give up their private resources to the war effort should the nation be attacked.
373 Students hear foreign views on disarmament; four speakers give expert opinion on problems of the Arms conference; audience composed of two thousand
College Eye 13:21, p.1
374 The Washington Conference prospect
College Eye 13:21, p.6
2/8/1922 Comments on disarmament conference.
375 National student movement opens in New York
College Eye 13:19, p.1
1/25/1922 Calls for armament limitation.
376 What will constitute success at the Washington Conference
Lucas--John (Classes of 1922 and 1924)
College Eye 13:16, p.4
12/14/1921 Representatives at the Washington Conference need to work together to try to prevent future wars.
377 National Convocation of Universities and College on International Department
College Eye 13:15, p.7
12/7/1921 Text of resolutions.
378 Science Club discuss problem of disarmament
College Eye 13:13, p.1
11/23/1921 Students prepare papers relating to disarmament.
379 Sociology Club
College Eye 13:13, p.2
11/23/1921 Group considers disarmament.
380 The problem of today
Lucas--John (Classes of 1922 and 1924)
College Eye 13:12, p.4
11/16/1921 Considers the importance of an international disarmament conference being held in Washington, D. C.
381 Social Science Club meets
College Eye 12:22, p.3
2/16/1921 Discussed disarmament.
382 Anna Cordts wins oratorical; Methfessel took second and Todd third place
College Eye 12:17, p.1
1/12/1921 Spoke for abolition of all wars; will represent T. C. in Interstate Normal School Oratorical Contest.
383 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.
384 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.
385 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.
386 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.
387 Remaking the map of the world; Sir John Foster Fraser speaks
College Eye 11:12, p.1
12/3/1919 Summary of his remarks.
388 Reserve Officers Training Corps military ball voted for May twenty-four
College Eye 10:1, p.6
389 Reserve Corps peace measure
College Eye 10:22, p.1
4/9/1919 Objectives of ROTC.
390 March on!
College Eye 10:21, p.2
4/2/1919 Women do not need to stand behind men and in their shadows; they can be their own persons and stand on their own.
391 Classical Club at home of Doctor Merchant
College Eye 10:19, p.5
3/19/1919 Program for the meeting.
392 Miss Burney to stage Cecilian operetta
College Eye 10:18, p.1
3/12/1919 Will present "Feast of Lanterns"; proceeds will benefit orphans.
393 Committee obtains special war films
College Eye 10:16, p.1
2/26/1919 Schedule of four upcoming films.
394 Gold star heroes to have a group portrait
College Eye 10:15, p.1
2/19/1919 Faculty decide on group portrait of the eight ISTC men who died in World War I.
395 "The Real Thing" at Camp Dodge; presented in Y. M. C. A. building
Justesen--Axel E. (Classes of 1912 and 1916)
College Eye 9:20, p.1
2/27/1918 Review of the play "The Real Thing".
396 Women's war work
College Eye 9:20, p.6
2/27/1918 Women must be emotionally and mentally prepared for the time when their husbands return from war.
397 Dr. Cadman presents facts of crisis; "We haven't begun to sacrifice yet"
College Eye 9:18, p.1
2/12/1918 Though Dr. Cadman was not a perfect speaker, he was interesting and the students enjoyed his speech.
398 When it's over "over there"
College Eye 9:17, p.4
2/6/1918 Believes war brings out the real characteristics of men.
399 Y. W. C. A.; The American College and the Great War
College Eye 9:17, p.6
2/6/1918 Government wants educated soldiers; encourages at least one year in college before enlistment.
400 Is it right?
College Eye 9:12, p.4
12/19/1917 Student believes that if citizens enjoy the liberty of this country, they should serve in the armed forces regardless of their religious convictions.


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