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World War II

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451 War activities directory
College Eye 34:24, p.2
4/2/1943 Schedule of war-related activities.
452 Watching the World
Cleveland--Shirley L. (Class of 1943)
College Eye 34:24, p.2
4/2/1943 Explores the role women must play during the war.
453 1943 alumni dinner and reunion are cancelled
Alumnus 27:2, p.7
4/1/1943 Food rationing and presence of military on campus forces cancellation.
454 Air Corps soldiers march on campus
Alumnus 27:2, p.9
4/1/1943 Four hundred aviation cadets on campus for five months of training; students and military shuffle dorm arrangements again; outline of training program.
455 Army instructors now
Alumnus 27:2, p.6
4/1/1943 Twenty faculty teaching Army Air Corps students.
456 Army khaki and Navy blue
Alumnus 27:2, p.5
4/1/1943 Four hundred men arrived on campus in March for aviation training.
457 Machine guns for the Axis
Alumnus 27:2, p.6
4/1/1943 Special campaign raises $500, enough to buy two machine guns.
458 Spring sports sharply curtailed at Teachers College
Alumnus 27:2, p.8
4/1/1943 Baseball, tennis, and golf will not be held as competitive sports this spring; track will run shortened schedule; due to transportation difficulties and increased use of campus facilities by military services.
459 Teachers College wages war on home front
Alumnus 27:2, p.16
4/1/1943 Survey of college efforts on campus to train, serve, and raise money to aid in the war effort includes military drilling, Red Cross work, bond drives, and keeping up morale; curriculum turned to war effort; photo.
460 The classroom is a post of duty
Price--Malcolm Poyer (President of ISTC)
Alumnus 27:2, p.Inside Front Cover
4/1/1943 President Price states that teaching is never trivial, even during war; photo.
461 Women in war
Alumnus 27:2, p.13
4/1/1943 Survey and list of ISTC women involved in the war effort; photo.
462 ?Continue physical fitness?
College Eye 34:23, p.4
3/26/1943 Discusses the pros and cons of continuing the physical fitness program at TC.
463 Teachers grad relates battle thrills in Pacific
College Eye 34:23, p.1
3/26/1943 Russ Guster writes about his time on the USS Hornet.
464 War activities directory
College Eye 34:23, p.3
3/26/1943 Schedule of war-related activities.
465 'Alumnus' reveals former students as war casualties
College Eye 34:22, p.1
3/19/1943 Six former students reported killed.
466 Behind Your Front Page
Birenbaum--William M. (Student--1942-1946)
College Eye 34:22, p.2
3/19/1943 Compares the peace-making proposals in Washington, D. C. with the smoking of a peace pipe.
467 Loss of members forces Purple to cut cinder sport
College Eye 34:22, p.4
3/19/1943 Arthur Dickinson announced that no track team will be formed this year, due to the loss of athletes to the military.
468 Tutor squads lose athletes
College Eye 34:22, p.4
3/19/1943 More men from TC athletic teams are called to serve in the military.
469 War activities directory
College Eye 34:22, p.2
3/19/1943 Schedule of war-related activities.
470 World map shows where 977 Tutors are now fighting
College Eye 34:22, p.1
3/19/1943 Bureau of Alumni Affairs keeps track of alumni in service.
471 Behind Your Front Page
Birenbaum--William M. (Student--1942-1946)
College Eye 34:21, p.2
3/12/1943 Claims that the 'post-war aspirations' of the Soviet Union, Britain, and even the United States are unclear.
472 Hail to the chiefs'
College Eye 34:21, p.1
3/12/1943 Malcolm Price, Capt. Ransom K. Davis, and Capt. Julian T. Leonard discuss plans for the success of the college and the army and navy training programs; photo.
473 Playwriting event open to Teachers College students
College Eye 34:21, p.3
3/12/1943 Professor Strayer will assist students who wish to enter national contest.
474 Tutor athletic staff forced to cancel competitive sports
College Eye 34:21, p.4
3/12/1943 Although men's track and field will still compete this spring, the golf, baseball, and tennis teams will not because of the limited enrollment of men at TC.
475 War activities directory
College Eye 34:21, p.1
3/12/1943 Schedule of war-related activities.
476 Army and Navy
College Eye 34:20, p.4
3/3/1943 Welcome service personnel to community.
477 Behind Your Front Page
Birenbaum--William M. (Student--1942-1946)
College Eye 34:20, p.2
3/3/1943 Discusses the tension in America aimed toward Japanese-Americans.
478 Let's talk it over with the editor
College Eye 34:20, p.2
3/3/1943 Discusses the bond drive organized by the Student War Council, and education after the war.
479 Point rationing will have slight effect on student eating
College Eye 34:20, p.3
3/3/1943 Quick look at philosophy of food rationing.
480 Behind Your Front Page
Birenbaum--William M. (Student--1942-1946)
College Eye 34:19, p.2
2/19/1943 Speaks on the typical 'Western' view of the war.
481 Thirty-seven men leaving for armed forces this week
College Eye 34:19, p.1
2/19/1943 List of those who were called to duty.
482 Behind Your Front Page
Birenbaum--William M. (Student--1942-1946)
College Eye 34:18, p.2
2/12/1943 Discusses recent developments in the war.
483 President's talk dispels rumors; college wartime objectives restated--aid war effort, continue to train teachers
College Eye 34:18, p.1
2/12/1943 President Price says that the college will continue to help in the war effort, but that it will also continue to train teaches; photo.
484 Behind Your Front Page
Birenbaum--William M. (Student--1942-1946)
College Eye 34:17, p.2
2/5/1943 Discusses recent happenings on the war front.
485 Deans comment on student attitude in time of war
College Eye 34:17, p.3
2/5/1943 Deans believe students are showing a cooperative attitude toward all the campus changes.
486 Let's talk it over with the editor
College Eye 34:17, p.2
2/5/1943 Comments on women teachers who have left for more high-paying jobs in the war effort.
487 Set is being built despite war shortage
College Eye 34:17, p.1
2/5/1943 Crew is improvising and using old materials for set of "Arsenic and Old Lace.
488 Behind Your Front Page
Birenbaum--William M. (Student--1942-1946)
College Eye 34:16, p.2
1/29/1943 Comments on recent occurrences on the war front.
489 Resolution creates Student War Council; new council will coordinate war effort on campus
College Eye 34:16, p.1
1/29/1943 New group is actually the Student Council acting in special session.
490 Spar recruit knows Japs from 1939 Orient trip
College Eye 34:16, p.1
1/29/1943 Gives impressions of trip to Japan, Korea, and China.
491 Behind Your Front Page
Birenbaum--William M. (Student--1942-1946)
College Eye 34:15, p.2
1/22/1943 Comments on recent happenings in Congress and in the war.
492 Solutions for war, peace problems sought by students
College Eye 34:15, p.1
1/22/1943 Students from thirty schools meet in Minnesota.
493 We were embarrassed
College Eye 34:15, p.2
1/22/1943 Claims that students at TC have done nothing to aid the war effort.
494 Ah, rubber!
College Eye 34:14, p.2
1/15/1943 Discusses tire rationing.
495 Psychology expert predicts Hitler's death by suicide
College Eye 34:14, p.3
1/15/1943 Ernest L. Talbert offers analysis of Hitler's personality.
496 Status of reservists clarified; manpower chief urges men to stay in school until called
College Eye 34:13, p.1
1/8/1943 H. A. Riebe explains current policy.
497 Dr. Beard is Registrar
Alumnus 27:1, p.6
1/1/1943 Replacing Selmer Larson, who is teaching math and science courses required by war emergency; photo.
498 Students bunk four in a room
Alumnus 27:1, p.16
1/1/1943 With WAVES in Bartlett Hall, students are crowded into other facilities; women now use Seerley Hall for Men; photo.
499 Teachers College makes way for WAVES
Alumnus 27:1, p.1
1/1/1943 WAVES basic training school opens December 15, 1942; over one thousand trainees will be on campus; description of training and daily activities; photo.
500 Bedspring bottleneck
College Eye 34:12, p.2
12/18/1942 Talks about a bedspring he tried unsuccessfully to bring down from the attic for the scrap metal drive.

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