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World War II

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Title Date Summary
351 Watching the World
Gray--Basil D. (Class of 1944)
College Eye 35:8, p.2
10/29/1943 Gives opinion on events of the war, emphasizing the need to attack Japan.
352 A new social life
College Eye 35:7, p.2
10/22/1943 Talks about the social life of students during wartime.
353 Gilchrist chapel provides setting for first Navy wedding on T. C. campus
College Eye 35:7, p.5
10/22/1943 Mary Elizabeth Switzer married Emile A. Beaumier; photo.
354 Home ec. students find difficulty in obtaining materials for projects
College Eye 35:7, p.6
10/22/1943 Due to war shortages.
355 Miss Hankamp talks on post-war problems
College Eye 35:7, p.1
10/22/1943 Reports conference highlights to faculty.
356 Teddy Roosevelt's birthday now national Navy day
College Eye 35:7, p.5
10/22/1943
357 Women's Reserve hears hero tell war experiences
College Eye 35:7, p.5
10/22/1943 Lieutenant John Walsh speaks about his military service.
358 Watching the World
Gray--Basil D. (Class of 1944)
College Eye 35:6, p.2
10/14/1943 Asks where all the money from our efforts is going, and why they are not seeing the results.
359 Men get tough for battle with Hitler
College Eye 35:5, p.1
10/8/1943 Men undergo rigorous physical training in class.
360 Watching the World
Gray--Basil D. (Class of 1944)
College Eye 35:5, p.2
10/8/1943 Gives his opinion of how the U.S. Treasury is being used, and how it should be used.
361 Alumni in service
Alumnus 27:4, p.Inside back cover
10/1/1943 Statistical summary of men and women in various branches of military service, including POWs, missing, and killed.
362 Civilian soldiers
Alumnus 27:4, p.21
10/1/1943 Brief notes on ISTC alumni and former students who are contributing to the war effort outside of military service.
363 Football is dropped for the duration at TC
Alumnus 27:4, p.4
10/1/1943 North Central Conference disbands; many men drafted; faculty in service or teaching military subjects; football discontinued.
364 From Tunisia to Texas come letters to the editor
Alumnus 27:4, p.6
10/1/1943 Selections from letters sent to the editor of the Alumnus; most of the letters relate to the writers' war experiences.
365 Keep faith with Salerno heroes
College Eye 35:4, p.2
10/1/1943 Plea goes out to students as the Third War Loan drive starts, to help with the war effort.
366 School attendance until graduation best contribution student can make
College Eye 35:4, p.4
10/1/1943
367 Teachers College instructors serve U.S. war effort
College Eye 35:4, p.1
10/1/1943 Thirteen ISTC faculty are in military service.
368 Watching the World
Gray--Basil D. (Class of 1944)
College Eye 35:4, p.2
10/1/1943 Describes how the world is not ready for peace, and how democracy should come before it.
369 Rendezvous
Wentland--Jane (Class of 1946)
College Eye 35:3, p.3
9/24/1943 Sororities give plans for the war effort.
370 War time campus
College Eye 35:3, p.2
9/24/1943 Talks about the campus without the presence of the men who are off fighting.
371 Watching the World
Gray--Basil D. (Class of 1944)
College Eye 35:3, p.2
9/24/1943 Gives his opinion on national debt in the post war world.
372 Bigger job than ever for Dean Reed
College Eye 35:2, p.1
9/17/1943 Dean Reed is still in charge of men's dorm facilities even though they are now occupied by military personnel; located rooming house facilities for the few men who are enrolled; fraternities not active this year.
373 Panthers drop grid sport; coaching staff goes all-out for wartime service
College Eye 35:2, p.1
9/17/1943 For the second time in the history of the college, football has been suspended because of the war effort; some coaches are in military service; others are teaching the Army Air Corps unit on campus; photo.
374 Watching the world
Gray--Basil D. (Class of 1944)
College Eye 35:2, p.2
9/17/1943 Gives his opinion on events of the war.
375 Cogitations
Lyon--Bernadette A. (Student--1943)
College Eye 35:1, p.4
9/9/1943 Talks about ways in which the campus and the College Eye will be handling the war effort.
376 College Eye saves paper for Uncle Sam
College Eye 35:1, p.1
9/9/1943 Will save paper for the war effort by offering a smaller, more compact format.
377 Cure for jitters is hard work
College Eye 35:1, p.4
9/9/1943 Miss Campbell says that women can ease their worry about men in the service by getting down to work.
378 Sounds of marching feet will soon be familiar to freshmen
College Eye 35:1, p.1
9/9/1943 A look at the differences in a war-time campus; one big difference is the presence of the WAVES.
379 We women
Fairlie--Val Jeanne (Class of 1945)
College Eye 35:1, p.7
9/9/1943 Discusses ways to cope with wartime difficulties.
380 Committees discussing plans for coming college years
College Eye 34:41, p.1
8/13/1943 A look at the ways that war will change campus.
381 Lawther Hall goes over top in war stamp drive
College Eye 34:41, p.4
8/13/1943 Raises over $400.
382 Skar states need for business skill
College Eye 34:41, p.4
8/13/1943 In war effort.
383 Watching the World
Gray--Basil D. (Class of 1944)
College Eye 34:41, p.2
8/13/1943 Discusses the schemes corporations use to increase their profits.
384 Campus Speaks
College Eye 34:40, p.2
8/6/1943 Students and faculty respond to the question: what effect will the war have upon the post war physical training program?
385 Pulpwood demands drain resources
College Eye 34:40, p.2
8/6/1943
386 Watching the World
Gray--Basil D. (Class of 1944)
College Eye 34:40, p.2
8/6/1943 Comments on Vice-President Wallace, and a report by the War Production board.
387 Navy grads told war to be harder
College Eye 34:39, p.1
7/30/1943 Remarks from Captain E. A. Lofquist.
388 Watching the World
Gray--Basil D. (Class of 1944)
College Eye 34:39, p.2
7/30/1943 Discusses the possibility of widespread military training after the war.
389 Campus Speaks
College Eye 34:38, p.2
7/23/1943 Students respond to the question: when will the war end?
390 Watching the World
Gray--Basil D. (Class of 1944)
College Eye 34:38, p.2
7/23/1943 Comments on what Japan will look like after the war.
391 Watching the World
Gray--Basil D. (Class of 1944)
College Eye 34:37, p.2
7/16/1943 Discusses the preparation to invade Sicily.
392 'Model house' girls must plan points then their budget
College Eye 34:36, p.1
7/9/1943 Work hard to manage meals under rationing plan.
393 Campus Speaks
College Eye 34:36, p.2
7/9/1943 Professor Sage responds to the question: what must be done with Germany after her ultimate defeat?
394 Last year's grid stars now fight for nation
College Eye 34:36, p.1
7/9/1943 List of former football players who are now in military service.
395 Watching the World
Gray--Basil D. (Class of 1944)
College Eye 34:36, p.2
7/9/1943 Discusses the recent events of World War II.
396 Campus School plants own victory garden for tomato preserves
College Eye 34:35, p.6
7/2/1943 Students and faculty cooperate to grow a garden.
397 The Campus Speaks
College Eye 34:35, p.2
7/2/1943 Professor Thompson responds to the question: When and where will the second front materialize, or will the Allies depend on aerial bombardment to break the back of the Nazi military machine?
398 The President's message to a college at war
Price--Malcolm Poyer (President of ISTC)
College Eye 34:35, p.4
7/2/1943 President Malcolm Price claims that it is vital to continue to educate and train teachers during the war.
399 Two parachutes stamp drive goal
College Eye 34:35, p.2
7/2/1943 Goal for Lawther Hall fund drive is $300.
400 Watching the World
Gray--Basil D. (Class of 1944)
College Eye 34:35, p.2
7/2/1943 Discusses the possible invasion of Italy, and the fighting spirit of the Chinese.

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