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World War II

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Title Date Summary
501 Behind Your Front Page
Birenbaum--William M. (Student--1942-1946)
College Eye 34:12, p.2
12/18/1942 Discusses Winston Churchill and his participation in the war effort.
502 Let's talk it over with the editor
College Eye 34:12, p.2
12/18/1942 Comments on traveling home for the holidays, women participating in the war effort, the men who eat their lunch in the Auditorium hallway, and an old editorial by a man who refused to sacrifice his life for the war effort.
503 All hands on 'desks'
College Eye 34:42, p.1
12/11/1942 Naval men will be on campus helping train women.
504 All reserve programs halted by government
College Eye 34:42, p.6
12/11/1942 Only students who registered before December 5 will be approved for reserve units.
505 Behind Your Front Page
Birenbaum--William M. (Student--1942-1946)
College Eye 34:42, p.2
12/11/1942 Discusses Allied progress in Europe.
506 G. C. Loomer commissioned second lieut.
College Eye 34:42, p.6
12/11/1942 photo.
507 Here's low-down on government rationing
College Eye 34:42, p.2
12/11/1942 Lists everything that is rationed and explains why silk is not rationed.
508 Let's talk it over with the editor
College Eye 34:42, p.2
12/11/1942 Welcomes WAVES to campus; assures college draftees that the government will help them find jobs after the war; encourages students to buy Christmas seals.
509 Men 18 since June 30 register for draft this month
College Eye 34:42, p.1
12/11/1942 Freshmen who have turned 18 must register for the draft this month.
510 Navy blue comes to Teachers
College Eye 34:42, p.1
12/11/1942 WAVE recruits.
511 Prepare campus for WAVES; 1,050 trainees will arrive next Tuesday
College Eye 34:42, p.1
12/11/1942 WAVES will occupy Bartlett Hall starting next week.
512 President greets the navy
Price--Malcolm Poyer (President of ISTC)
College Eye 34:42, p.1
12/11/1942 President Price hopes the WAVES will enjoy being in Cedar Falls; photo.
513 Seven former T. C. students reported lost
College Eye 34:42, p.5
12/11/1942 Have passed away or been reported missing in action.
514 We should all do something
College Eye 34:42, p.6
12/11/1942 Everyone can do something to help the war effort.
515 Behind Your Front Page
Birenbaum--William M. (Student--1942-1946)
College Eye 34:11, p.2
11/20/1942 Discusses the recent events of World War II.
516 Nine instructors have special war classes now
College Eye 34:11, p.1
11/20/1942 Nine are teaching classes associated with the war effort.
517 T. C. commuters affected by gas rationing
College Eye 34:11, p.2
11/20/1942 About 150 commuting students trying to figure out what to do about transportation.
518 Thanksgiving means more than being thankful
College Eye 34:11, p.2
11/20/1942 Discusses the effect of the war on our feelings at Thanksgiving.
519 War activities play vital role at Teachers College
College Eye 34:11, p.1
11/20/1942 I. H. Hart presents flag, representing the 624 students and alumni now in service; listing of other war-related activities.
520 Behind Your Front Page
Birenbaum--William M. (Student--1942-1946)
College Eye 34:10, p.2
11/13/1942 Discusses recent events in Africa and Russia, and talks about the Republicans.
521 Hickenlooper emphasizes home front
College Eye 34:10, p.1
11/13/1942
522 Revised military survey course offered for credit
College Eye 34:10, p.1
11/13/1942 Art Dickinson describes new course.
523 Should we be regimented? Yes!!
Turner--William Edward (Class of 1943)
College Eye 34:10, p.2
11/13/1942 Discusses the recent labor shortage.
524 Beard replaces Larson as new Registrar
College Eye 34:9, p.1
11/6/1942 Selmer Larson will teach courses in mathematics and science.
525 Behind Your Front Page
Birenbaum--William M. (Student--1942-1946)
College Eye 34:9, p.2
11/6/1942 Comments on the recent developments in the war.
526 Prize to best war bond, stamp purchaser
College Eye 34:9, p.1
11/6/1942
527 The academic college must go on vacation
Turner--William Edward (Class of 1943)
College Eye 34:9, p.2
11/6/1942 Draft may be extended to 18- and 19-year old men; colleges may change.
528 Vacation will extend from Nov. 24-Dec. 8
College Eye 34:9, p.1
11/6/1942 Break between fall and winter terms will allow time for installation of new equipment for military personnel.
529 Behind Your Front Page
Birenbaum--William M. (Student--1942-1946)
College Eye 34:8, p.2
10/30/1942 Discusses the recent developments in the war.
530 Girls pitch in to help make planes
College Eye 34:8, p.1
10/30/1942 Hazel Gustafson and Jean Paul help build model airplanes; photo.
531 Lt. Gov. Hickenlooper to speak here November 11
College Eye 34:8, p.1
10/30/1942 Description of the ceremonies; highlight will be presentation of service flag.
532 Navy sets up new officer training plan
College Eye 34:8, p.2
10/30/1942 Announces accelerated commissioning program.
533 No definite news on vacations yet
College Eye 34:8, p.1
10/30/1942 Will need extra time at Thanksgiving to install equipment in dormitories for military personnel.
534 War stamps, bonds on sale at tomorrow's football game
College Eye 34:8, p.1
10/30/1942
535 Behind Your Front Page
Birenbaum--William M. (Student--1942-1946)
College Eye 34:7, p.2
10/23/1942 Discusses the progress of the war.
536 Bulletin board features alumni in services
College Eye 34:7, p.5
10/23/1942 Names of all who are in the service will be posted on a bulleting board in the Commons.
537 Men enter service after cure of color blindness
College Eye 34:7, p.1
10/23/1942 Seven ISTC students take treatment from Dr. L. C. Holman.
538 Open letter to grads: campus war-minded
College Eye 34:7, p.2
10/23/1942 Writes to those who are not able to return to TC due to their jobs in the military.
539 Committee will inform public on price control
College Eye 34:6, p.1
10/16/1942 Will urge cooperation with Office of Price Administration.
540 Eighty couples come to matinee tea dance
College Eye 34:6, p.1
10/16/1942 105 keys collected for scrap drive.
541 From distrust to confidence--our attitude towards Russia
Turner--William Edward (Class of 1943)
College Eye 34:6, p.2
10/16/1942 Comments on relations with Soviet Union.
542 Notice men!
College Eye 34:6, p.1
10/16/1942 Men asked to fill out questionnaire on military service.
543 Quiz shows students' views about helping in war effort
College Eye 34:6, p.2
10/16/1942 Most believe that they should stay in college.
544 Watching the World
Birenbaum--William M. (Student--1942-1946)
College Eye 34:6, p.2
10/16/1942 Comments on the progress of the war, relations with Chile, and the emptying treasury.
545 12 girls report to build model planes
College Eye 34:5, p.1
10/9/1942
546 Avoid weekend trips ODT asks students
College Eye 34:5, p.4
10/9/1942 Seeks to avoid bus and train congestion on weekends.
547 Conferences limited this year by tire, gas shortages
College Eye 34:5, p.5
10/9/1942 ISTC will reduce the number of campus conferences.
548 Keys admit students to matinee dance
College Eye 34:5, p.3
10/9/1942 Extra keys will be collected for scrap drive.
549 Outlook of boys in service changes, says former editor
Riebe--Harland A. (Class of 1941)
College Eye 34:5, p.2
10/9/1942 Discusses how his outlook on life changed with just a few months of service in the army.
550 Pre-navigators find campus by celestial bodies
College Eye 34:5, p.5
10/9/1942 Professor Trimble is teaching a course in navigation.

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