IndexUNI: Database of University Articles

World War II

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Title Date Summary
251 Campanile 'on blink'
College Eye 35:41, p.3
8/4/1944 Part malfunctions; will not be replaced for duration of wartime shortages.
252 Douglas cleans house for current paper drive
College Eye 35:41, p.4
8/4/1944 Professor Douglas cleans out his storeroom.
253 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.
254 Three R's thrive as garden grows
College Eye 35:41, p.1
8/4/1944 Campus School students enjoy their Victory Garden.
255 Bean pickers get sunburns, stiff backs
College Eye 35:39, p.4
7/21/1944 Students pick green beans.
256 Students in blackout convoy as part of safety conference at WAC center
College Eye 35:38, p.1
7/14/1944 Students attend WAC demonstration in Des Moines.
257 Emergency teachers want more courses
College Eye 35:37, p.4
7/7/1944 According to survey, teachers pressed into service by the war would like to take more classes.
258 There is a war on
Patridge--Ruth (Student--1943)
College Eye 35:37, p.2
7/7/1944 Describes the life and feelings of women on campus during the war.
259 Campus publications tend the home fires
Alumnus 28:3, p.10
7/1/1944 Purple Pen, College Eye, Old Gold continue but reflect spirit of nation at war; photo.
260 Podemski awarded Silver Star
Alumnus 28:3, p.19
7/1/1944 James Podemski earns decoration for gallantry in battle.
261 Prisoners of war
Alumnus 28:3, p.20
7/1/1944 Lloyd Oliver Haefs, Nichols Field, Ned C. White, and Hartley Westbrook are prisoners of war.
262 Roll of Honor
Alumnus 28:3, p.19
7/1/1944 Paul M. Adkins, Dorance S. Grange, John W. Lichty, and Ward S. Williams have been killed in active military service.
263 Students combine war work, studies
Alumnus 28:3, p.2
7/1/1944 Some students work in local plants and offices as well as campus jobs.
264 They keep in touch
Alumnus 28:3, p.8
7/1/1944 Professor Riebe and Bob Brindley edit "Kampus to Khaki", a newsletter about campus activities; photo.
265 Don't wait too long for jobs says Riebe
College Eye 35:36, p.3
6/30/1944 Some teachers may be returning from war jobs.
266 I. S. T. C. football star wins 'silver star'
College Eye 35:36, p.1
6/30/1944 James Podemski honored for gallantry in action in South Pacific.
267 Stadium site of bond show; Navy bond performers here on July 4
College Eye 35:36, p.1
268 Letter to the editor; what the invasion has meant to me
Krensky--Josephine (Student--1944)
College Eye 35:34, p.2
6/16/1944 Letter to the editor explaining the effects that D-Day has had on her.
269 Stars on flag honor alumni
College Eye 35:34, p.1
6/16/1944 Twenty-one have lost their lives in World War II military service; about eight were killed in World War I.
270 T. C. helps on "Town hall"; I. S. T. C. joint sponsor of town meeting
College Eye 35:34, p.1
6/16/1944 Following D-Day, the discussion centers on recognition of the French government.
271 Boys do "Can-Can" in campus shop
College Eye 35:33, p.1
6/9/1944 Students recycle cans.
272 D-Day service well attended by entire campus
College Eye 35:33, p.1
6/9/1944 Large number attended service in Auditorium on June 6.
273 Soldier's sentiments to all folks back home
College Eye 35:33, p.5
6/9/1944 Former T. C. student, now soldier, writes in about war.
274 Teachers College summer students to observe D-Day
College Eye 35:32, p.5
6/2/1944 Will hold assembly at 11AM on the day of the invasion; state offices will also observe the event.
275 I got your letter just today.
Old Gold 0:0, p.4
6/1/1944 Excerpts from servicemen's letters. Talks about the importance of corresponding; photo.
276 Mathematics
Old Gold 0:0, p.41
6/1/1944 War has effected the math department since most majors are men. Although mathematics still remains important and professors are busy; photo.
277 Science
Old Gold 0:0, p.45
6/1/1944 The Science Department has felt the impact of the war; more girls are taking the courses. The fifteen laboratories are busy with either students or air cadets; photo.
278 Watching the World
Lauren--Howard C. (Buck) (Class of 1944)
College Eye 35:31, p.2
5/12/1944 Anticipates the end of the war, and gives opinion on the effects of the war on the home front.
279 Intellectual century
College Eye 35:30, p.2
5/5/1944 Opinions on United States position in the post-war world.
280 Watching the World
Lauren--Howard C. (Buck) (Class of 1944)
College Eye 35:30, p.2
5/5/1944 Gives opinion on government interference during times of war.
281 College program at Danish war relief
College Eye 35:29, p.2
4/28/1944 Faculty will take part in program.
282 Iowa post-war planning group discuss problems
College Eye 35:28, p.1
4/21/1944 Group considers certification, vocational education, and credit for returning veterans.
283 Watching the World
Lauren--Howard C. (Buck) (Class of 1944)
College Eye 35:28, p.2
4/21/1944 Gives opinion on various events occurring in the United States as well as overseas.
284 Women replace men in industrial arts field
College Eye 35:28, p.6
4/21/1944 Professor Palmer reports on Cedar Rapids convention.
285 Emergency face to face
College Eye 35:27, p.2
4/14/1944 Speculates on how long the expenditure of energy devoted to the war emergency can be maintained
286 Iowa schools make post-war plans; teachers college represented in state conference
College Eye 35:27, p.1
4/14/1944 DPI sponsors conference; several ISTC administrators make presentations on dealing with the post-war campus.
287 Library Notes; from one reader to the next
College Eye 35:27, p.4
4/14/1944 Talks about the effects of radio.
288 Watching the World
Lauren--Howard C. (Buck) (Class of 1944)
College Eye 35:27, p.2
4/14/1944 Gives opinion on recent events of the war.
289 Wing Tips
College Eye 35:26, p.3
4/7/1944 News articles from the military units on campus.
290 Keep democracy alive!
Alumnus 28:2, p.Inside Front Cover
4/1/1944 Donald Galbreath in flight training; photo.
291 Missing pilot is home
Alumnus 28:2, p.15
4/1/1944 Robert McCowen returns home after being shot down.
292 Old Gold annual dance is flavored with khaki
Alumnus 28:2, p.16
4/1/1944 Cadets, and many others, enjoy dance; Old Gold Beauties named; photo.
293 Prof. M. L. Grant leaves to hunt quinine in South America
Alumnus 28:2, p.4
4/1/1944 Accepts position as field botanist in Foreign Economic Administration.
294 Untitled
Alumnus 28:2, p.Front Cover
4/1/1944 Jean Bertram has Coke with Marine Alex Nielson; photo.
295 Kappa Pi Beta Alpha discuss war problems
College Eye 35:25, p.6
296 Watching the World
Lauren--Howard C. (Buck) (Class of 1944)
College Eye 35:25, p.4
3/31/1944 Gives opinion on post-war economics.
297 Wing Tips
College Eye 35:25, p.5
3/31/1944 News articles from military units on campus.
298 "T. C.' ers" help to relieve labor shortage
College Eye 35:24, p.1
3/24/1944 Many students have jobs on or off campus; photo.
299 Navy authorizes use of honorable discharge buttons
College Eye 35:24, p.6
300 Stamp sales
College Eye 35:24, p.2
3/24/1944 58% of students participate.


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