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World War II

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51 Cause of original cut days far from present Homecoming motive
Smith--Barbara Jean (Class of 1955)
College Eye 45:9, p.3
11/6/1953 Explains that first Cut Day was during World War II; everyone helped by raking leaves.
52 Twenty-five American French teachers will attend an eight weeks' seminar in France under the U. S. Educational Exchange program
Public Relations News Release 1952:382, p.1
1/29/1952 Included in the seminar's activities are refresher courses aboard ship taught by a French professor; three days of lectures and excursions in Paris; and ten days at the International Cultural Centr at Royaumont for courses in French conversation.
53 War in the east: Harvard
College Eye 43:14, p.2
1/18/1952 Discusses the inclusion of a German chaplain on a recent WWII memorial at Harvard.
54 Dr. Andre Trocme, pastor of the Eglise Reforme de France, will be the guest speaker at Dad's Day chapel services
Public Relations News Release 1951:85, p.1
10/18/1951 Trocme was interned for five weeks in a French concentration camp and subsequently forced into hiding to avoid death at the hands of the Gestapo. Hiding for ten months in the mountains, he directed the Le Chambon church and school "underground."
55 Installation of a new basketball floor in the Men's gym has required a change in summer Commencement week plans
Public Relations News Release 1950:426, p.1
7/23/1951 The new floor won't be completed in time for Baccalaureate, August 12, or Commencement, August 16. Both events were to be held in the gym. President J. W. Maucker will address the candidates and present the awards, diplomas, and degrees to 179 students.
56 Four-Quarter rural program, 1943
Hart--Irving Harlow (Extension Faculty and Archivist)
First 75 Years 0:0, p.120
7/1/1951 President Price puts renewed emphasis on elementary education; four quarter curriculum seen as move toward increasing standards in rural teaching.
57 WAVES once were billeted in halls while TC acted as a training center
Sage--Beverly (Student--1950)
College Eye 41:37, p.5
7/28/1950 Brief history of the WAVES on campus.
58 A. Laats, DP student, likes history, Iowa's cold weather
College Eye 41:23, p.1
3/24/1950 Armilda Laats discusses her life now at Teachers College; photo.
59 Elaine Krumweide chosen to lead DP solicitation
College Eye 41:10, p.3
11/18/1949 Will be in charge of the 150 assigned to the displaced person fundraising project.
60 DP committee begins drive for $1000 fund
College Eye 41:9, p.1
11/11/1949 Fund slogan is "Help Bring a D. P. to T. C."; plan to raise $1000 for displaced person.
61 Estonian DP may be brought here; need to raise $1000 for year's stay
Meyer--Carol Irene (Class of 1950)
College Eye 41:8, p.1
11/4/1949 Plans are underway to bring Armilda Laats, a displaced person from Estonia, to campus.
62 A challenge
College Eye 41:6, p.2
10/21/1949 Feels people on campus have a responsibility to assist in bringing displaced persons from the war to America.
63 Fraternities aren't what they used to be; war has changed 'Hell Week'
Grummer--Arnold E. (Class of 1949)
College Eye 40:39, p.1
8/5/1949 Points out trends that have influenced fraternities in recent years.
64 War surplus building to be constructed for new classroom
College Eye 39:35, p.4
6/25/1948 Sioux City air base building will be constructed north of Vocational Building; will house biology classes.
65 College gets new building; to provide more room for classes
College Eye 39:4, p.1
10/10/1947 Will get surplus temporary building; may be located between the Vocational Building and the Women's Gym; was used as nurses' quarters at an air base.
66 Vets recall day two years ago; reporter learns of elation when peace declared
College Eye 38:43, p.2
8/15/1947 Veterans are asked what they were doing when they found out that World War II was officially over.
67 English, Irish, Scottish girls wed Yanks, find home here
Salisbury--Ralph (Student--1946-1948)
College Eye 38:41, p.1
8/1/1947 Profiles of women who married American servicemen; photo.
68 Lawther women donate clothes for French
College Eye 38:24, p.1
3/21/1947 Donate fifteen packages of clothing and shoes to families in Riems, whom Warren Smith had known during the war.
69 Commerce, biology, arts get classrooms, shops
College Eye 38:19, p.1
2/7/1947 College will get four surplus buildings to be erected south of 27th Street; description of the buildings.
70 Hess ate peanuts at trial for life, Petersen says; tells of Balkan Jaunt
College Eye 38:19, p.6
2/7/1947 Harold Petersen talks about his observation of the Nuremberg trials.
71 David William Holley - Honor Roll
Alumnus 31:1, p.24
1/1/1947 Son of D. L. Holley, of Waterloo, was killed in action March 17, 1945, at Kobe, Japan, during a B-29 raid. While overseas he was stationed on Saipan. His wife, Dorothea, and daughter, Janice, live with his parents, H. Kibbie of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
72 Robert Stanley Adams - Honor Roll
Alumnus 31:1, p.24
1/1/1947 Was reported killed in the crash of a B-24 at Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, Arizona, during the summer of 1942.
73 Christmases last year show variety
College Eye 38:14, p.3
12/20/1946 Students recall where they were on Christmas during the war.
74 Our newest student; Norwegian, served 30 months in Nazi camp, is now T.C. student
College Eye 38:5, p.1
10/11/1946 Lengthy profile of Olav Brakstad; photo.
75 Survey of campus opinion
Smith--Warren Allen (Class of 1948)
College Eye 38:5, p.4
10/11/1946 Majority of the students opinion was that Goering should be hanged; summary of opinions on punishment for Germans.
76 Lord Hee Haw ends career
Alumnus 30:4, p.26
10/1/1946 Fred W. Kaltenbach, ISTC alumnus and Nazi propagandist, died in a Soviet prison camp in October 1945.
77 Signs of a big year
Alumnus 30:4, p.1
10/1/1946 Fall enrollment is 2477 made up of 1227 men and 1259 women; unprecedented male-female balance; housing stretched to limits.
78 Well done, says Navy
Alumnus 30:3, p.18
7/1/1946 Government sends college certificate of thanks for hosting WAVES.
79 Dedication
Old Gold 0:0, p.6
6/1/1946 The Old Gold staff dedicates the yearbook to veterans; picture.
80 Foreword
Old Gold 0:0, p.4
6/1/1946 A new year brings back veterans and all students to the doors of ISTC; photo.
81 Veterans' opinions on college work viewed after war
College Eye 37:28, p.2
4/12/1946 Men and women veterans were asked how their views on education differ now compared to before going into the service.
82 Enrollment continues upward trend
Alumnus 30:2, p.1
4/1/1946 Spring term enrollment is 1497, of whom 555 are men; 447 are veterans; 46 students completed special six week session for veterans.
83 President Price explains housing, food
College Eye 37:22, p.1
2/22/1946 Some dorm rooms will be double-decked; Commons food service must be self-supporting; President Price asks everyone to work together, as they did during the war.
84 Apartment hunting is stressful for returning veterans
Public Relations News Release 1946:47, p.1
2/18/1946 Returning to college life under the GI Bill has difficult, especially finding a place to live. Apartment demand exceeds supply. Veterans are happy to be home and living in one room with kitchen privileges is ok.
85 Cutline for Cedar Falls Daily Record story on housing and veterans.
Public Relations News Release 1946:48, p.1
2/18/1946 Landlady has to turn down a veteran and his wife because their home is not completed. They are remodeling and planning on renting to those returning to college following World War II.
86 Ex-underground agent from Norway speaks for service fund drive
College Eye 37:19, p.3
2/1/1946 Knut Johansen will speak.
87 German girls made American flag given to college by former student
College Eye 37:15, p.1
1/4/1946 Flag was made to help convince Germans that the Allies were victorious.
88 Jack Shelly and E. Stanley Jones speak
Alumnus 30:1, p.2
1/1/1946 Speak on post-war world.
89 More men enroll for winter quarter
Alumnus 30:1, p.2
1/1/1946 Winter term enrollment is 1261, including 297 men; 170 of the men are veterans; sixty-five of the men are married.
90 Special Service held Armistice Day
Alumnus 30:1, p.1
1/1/1946 American Legion retires flag at ceremony.
91 Veterans return to alma mater
Benoit--Mary (Student--1945)
Alumnus 30:1, p.3
1/1/1946 Experiences of veterans returning to college; vets organize group as Pan-Vets (Panther Veterans) to deal with readjustments and to promote their interests.
92 Athletes'' Footnotes
College Eye 37:13, p.4
12/7/1945 A look at athletics in the postwar world.
93 Bill Eells, caricature man, even chalk talked his wife
College Eye 37:13, p.6
12/7/1945 Bill Eells shows some of his work.
94 Clues to the News
Porter--Donald L. (Class of 1946)
College Eye 37:13, p.2
12/7/1945 World and national events.
95 'Atomic bomb blasted military security', Dr. Bodein stressed
College Eye 37:11, p.1
11/16/1945 Believes that questions on use of force now are social rather than strictly military in nature.
96 Faculty men active in War
College Eye 37:7, p.2
10/19/1945 Fifteen faculty took an active role in service; eight are still serving.
97 Japs know defeat now, says Shelley
College Eye 37:7, p.1
10/19/1945 Jack Shelley talks about his observations in Japan.
98 T. C. graduate of '40 works on atomic bomb
College Eye 37:7, p.5
10/19/1945 Dorothea Feisner Sacher worked in Chicago lab.
99 Emil W. Bock returns to Iowa State Teachers College
Public Relations News Release 1945:256, p.1
10/16/1945 Following a three year leave of absence, Mr. Bock has returned as instructor of viiolin. He served with the 345th infantry regiment of the 87th division.
100 To the Dads
Price--Malcolm Poyer (President of ISTC)
College Eye 37:6, p.1
10/12/1945 President Price welcomes the Dad's to campus as first postwar guests.


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