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World War II

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Title Date Summary
201 Price addresses WAVES
College Eye 36:14, p.4
12/15/1944 Reviews history of WAVES on campus.
202 Tutor timetable
College Eye 36:14, p.3
12/15/1944 Campus events and activities.
203 U. S. and Britain need cooperation says W. E. Hall
College Eye 36:14, p.1
12/15/1944 Excerpts from his address.
204 Yeomen school to be discontinued
College Eye 36:14, p.1
12/15/1944 Will close April 30, 1945; Bartlett Hall will be prepared for students again.
205 Folders offering ideas to help war effort on reserve in library
College Eye 36:13, p.1
12/8/1944 Notes other successful projects.
206 Gifts will go to 'Yanks who gave'
College Eye 36:13, p.5
12/8/1944 Program will gather gifts for hospitalized servicemen.
207 Seerley tops stamp sales with 100 percent
College Eye 36:13, p.1
12/8/1944 Overall ISTC goal is 90% participation.
208 $50 in awards to be given contributors to war effort
College Eye 36:12, p.1
12/1/1944 Criteria for judging contributions.
209 Clues to the News
Skillen--Lois P. Jr. (Class of 1945)
College Eye 36:12, p.2
12/1/1944 World and national news.
210 Collective air force must stop future aggressions, says Jackh
College Eye 36:12, p.1
12/1/1944 Ernest Jackh gives views on dealing with aggression in the world; believes nations must unite to deal with it.
211 The Line
College Eye 36:12, p.4
12/1/1944 Campus news and gossip.
212 No intercollegiate basketball held
College Eye 36:11, p.1
11/17/1944 Lack of materials and the induction of several players into military service are reasons; intramurals will be held.
213 What your man wants for Christmas
College Eye 36:11, p.1
11/17/1944 A look at appropriate gifts for those in military service.
214 World authority to speak; Earnest Jackh will lecture November 28
College Eye 36:11, p.1
11/17/1944 Speaker profile; photo.
215 Clues to the News
Skillen--Lois P. Jr. (Class of 1945)
College Eye 36:10, p.2
11/10/1944 World and national news.
216 Clues to the News
Skillen--Lois P. Jr. (Class of 1945)
College Eye 36:9, p.2
11/3/1944 World and national news.
217 Little Tutors sponsor paper collection drive
College Eye 36:9, p.5
11/3/1944
218 Service stars represent 1732 former students
College Eye 36:9, p.4
11/3/1944 Twenty-six alumni and former students have been killed and eight are reported missing.
219 Japanese intern tells experience
College Eye 36:8, p.3
10/27/1944 Mrs. Paul Boren speaks on her experiences.
220 War prisoner receives studies from T. C.
College Eye 36:8, p.3
10/27/1944 Hartley Westbrook is prisoner in Germany; receives calculus outlines from Professor Van Engen.
221 Bananas, meat points, sugar stamps cause nightmares for campus dietician
College Eye 36:7, p.1
10/20/1944 Elizabeth Nyholm talks about meal planning in wartime.
222 Clues to the News
Skillen--Lois P. Jr. (Class of 1945)
College Eye 36:7, p.2
10/20/1944 World and national news.
223 Seventeen men report for first basketball practice since 1942
College Eye 36:7, p.1
10/20/1944 Opponents are still to be determined.
224 Clues to the News
Skillen--Lois P. Jr. (Class of 1945)
College Eye 36:6, p.2
10/13/1944 Summary of world and national events.
225 War stamp big aim of war activities committee
College Eye 36:6, p.1
10/13/1944 Student War Activities Committee outlines their plans.
226 Clues to the News
Skillen--Lois P. Jr. (Class of 1945)
College Eye 36:5, p.2
10/6/1944 News from the world and the nation.
227 Garden furnishes peppers, problems
College Eye 36:5, p.5
10/6/1944 Marna Peterson talks about the work and the produce from the Campus School garden; photo.
228 Russia to fight Japan, says Nichol
College Eye 36:5, p.6
10/6/1944 Excerpts from lecture by David Nichol; photo.
229 $10,000 in war bonds and stamps
Alumnus 28:4, p.2
10/1/1944 Five thousand attend bond show at Stadium on July 4; purchase $10,000 in bonds and stamps; WAVES buy $17,000 in bonds and stamps.
230 Purple Hearts
Alumnus 28:4, p.23
10/1/1944 Three men have recently been awarded Purple Hearts: Maynard Newhouse, Gerald A. Pieres, and James Vaughn.
231 Roll of Honor
Alumnus 28:4, p.13
10/1/1944 Brief accounts of the ISTC men who have died in military service: John R. McElroy, Thorvald Anderson, Robert Hagerstrom, Dale F. Smith, and Robert Gray.
232 Teachers College prepares for G. I. Education
Alumnus 28:4, p.5
10/1/1944 Registrar preparing to deal will college credit earned while in service; college accepted first student under G. I. Bill of Rights last March; three more veterans were enrolled during the summer term.
233 Teachers College receives citation for service
Alumnus 28:4, p.7
10/1/1944 Receives award for meritorious service from Army Air Corps; brief description of Corps training on campus; photo.
234 Women in uniform
Alumnus 28:4, p.20
10/1/1944 Roster of women in military service and their current assignment.
235 $50 check awaits group most active in war effort
College Eye 36:4, p.1
9/29/1944
236 Clues to the News
Skillen--Lois P. Jr. (Class of 1945)
College Eye 36:4, p.2
9/29/1944 World and national news.
237 Clues to the News
Skillen--Lois P. Jr. (Class of 1945)
College Eye 36:3, p.2
9/22/1944 National and world news.
238 Readers' Review
Neff--Grace K. (Library Faculty)
College Eye 36:3, p.2
9/22/1944 Discusses war pamphlets printed by the Smithsonian Institute.
239 Clues to the news
College Eye 36:2, p.2
9/15/1944 National and international events.
240 The road back
College Eye 36:2, p.2
9/15/1944 Discusses a return to normal campus life.
241 A big college year awaits us
College Eye 36:1, p.2
9/8/1944 States the college's general goals for the year
242 Clues to the News
College Eye 36:1, p.2
9/8/1944 National and international events.
243 College plans V-Day service upon surrender
College Eye 36:1, p.1
9/8/1944 Believe end may be in sight in Germany, but much work remains to defeat Japan.
244 Speakers wanted
College Eye 36:1, p.7
9/8/1944 For national war chest drive.
245 Campus radio skit on August 16
College Eye 35:42, p.4
8/11/1944 Will enact imagined deaths of Hitler, Mussolini, and Tojo.
246 Editorial
Patridge--Ruth (Student--1943)
College Eye 35:42, p.2
8/11/1944 Discusses importance of education to war effort.
247 Mary Mark to teach in Jap relocation camp
College Eye 35:42, p.4
8/11/1944 Will teach in Arizona camp.
248 Campanile 'on blink'
College Eye 35:41, p.3
8/4/1944 Part malfunctions; will not be replaced for duration of wartime shortages.
249 Douglas cleans house for current paper drive
College Eye 35:41, p.4
8/4/1944 Professor Douglas cleans out his storeroom.
250 Former three-year lettermen still using Starbeck's football training
College Eye 35:41, p.4
8/4/1944 Fifty-eight former football lettermen are in military service; Coach Starbeck believes that football provided good training; list of those in the service.

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