Index to The Record, 1932 (April)-1932 (November)


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April 6, 1932 Interclass Field Meet to Feature Annual Campus Day Sports Classes to Meet In Track Events 
April 6, 1932 Girls' Inter-Society Games Sports bows, Aels to Clash Tonight in Second Inter-Society Game 
April 6, 1932 Coach Evans' Gymnasts Sports Fifty Performers Have Part in First Gymnastic Show 
April 6, 1932 Opinion Column Solid Socks 
April 6, 1932 Intramural Series Sports Elmhurst Champs Trip Local "Wildcats" With 34-23 Margin 
April 6, 1932 Team to Meet with Five Schools on Southern Journey Sports Racquetmen to Leave on Trip 
April 6, 1932 Record Ping-Pong Sports Bob Glover Wins Ping-Pong Crown In Close Battle 
April 6, 1932 Wheaton College Baseball Team Sports Baseball Squad to Start Season with Aurora Encounter 
April 6, 1932 Intercollegiate News News News of Other Colleges 
April 6, 1932 Annual Short Story Contest News "Mutation" by Louise White Receives First Mention in Contest 
April 6, 1932 Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Eicher News Missionaries to Give Stereoptican Talk To Volunteer Group 
April 6, 1932 Finney Realizes Mistake, Then Come Blue Slips News Alarm Clocks, Fake Blue Slips Usher in First Day of April 
April 6, 1932 Wheaton Track Team Sports Track Team to Open Outdoor Season with Naperville, April 30 
April 27, 1932 Forsberg, Penheiter Arrange Plans For Meeting on May 7- Duncan-Clark Is Speaker- Group Will Go to Naperville for Banquet, Hold Business Session News I.C.P.A. to Meet Here for Convention 
April 27, 1932 Jean Williams News Bus Agent Salchli Reverses Procedure, Starts Passenger from Destination 
April 27, 1932 Regional Conference of the League of Evangelical Students News League Conferences Attracts Delegates From Eleven Schools 
April 27, 1932 Nationwide Sophomore Testing Program News Sophomores To Take Examination 
April 27, 1932 Expression Department News Expression Students Give Recital of Plays, Monologues, Music 
April 27, 1932 Pi Gamma Mu News Pi Gamma Mu Meets To Discuss Current Events at Open Gate 
April 27, 1932 Dr. Elsie S. Dow News Doctor Dow Entertains Senior English majors With Informal Party 
April 27, 1932 Finney, Heydenburk to Play organ Duet; Quartet Will Sing Four Numbers- Will Show Films of Tour- Glenn Smith Will Play Trombone Solo; Octet to Sing "Sea Tale" Music Men's Glee Club to Give Concert, May 2 
April 27, 1932  "Rabbitinitis" News Ed. Frazier, Dorm Girls Adopt Family Of Baby Rabbits Found on Campus Day 
April 27, 1932 Physical Education Article Value of Physical Ed 
April 27, 1932 "The Aurora Borealis" Article Congratulations, Aurora 
April 27, 1932 New Acquaintances, Going up!, The Goddess of Liberty Article What Other Editors Say 
April 27, 1932 Poetry Literature The Gay Gargoyle 
April 27, 1932 Problems of Prayer Article Prayer Problems 
April 27, 1932 My Seaside Garden, The Garden of No Delight Literature Driftwood 
April 27, 1932 Girls' Glee Club Music Glee Club Co-Eds Tell Experiences Of Eastern Trip 
April 27, 1932 Illinois Normal Sports Round the Conference 
April 27, 1932 Fifteenth Annual Convention  News Missionary Alliance To Open Conference In Chapel Tonight 
April 27, 1932 Negative Debate Team News Negative Debate Team to Compete At Dekalb, Friday 
April 27, 1932 Sigma Pi Sigma News Next Meeting of Sigma Pi Sigma Will Be Banquet 
April 27, 1932 Chemistry Classes News Classes in Chemistry Plan Trip to Chicago Stockyards, Saturday 
April 27, 1932 Ministerial Banquet News Ministers to Dine At Open Gate Tea Room on April 30 
April 27, 1932 Belts To Discuss Own History, Arrows To Have Indian Program, Mr. And Mrs. McKee To Live In Wheaton, "See America First" Is Ael Admonition, Music Box Holds Program, Celts To Meet "In Sunny Climes", Dr. Dow Holds Afternoon Tea Information The Family Album 
April 27, 1932 News from The Academy News Academy News 
April 27, 1932 Alvin Morris, Nancy Lanier Information Senior Biographies 
April 27, 1932 A Capella Chorus Music A Capella Chorus Spends Vacation Touring Wisconsin 
April 27, 1932 General Al O'Brien and His Staff News Campus Day "Army" Emerges Victorious In Postponed Battle 
April 27, 1932 Coraymen Fall to Armour With 6-2 Count Against Them Sports Batmen Lose League Game 
April 27, 1932 Letter Awards for Winter Sports Sports Dr. Taylor Presides As Athletes Receive Letters, Numerals 
April 27, 1932 Tennis Squad Sports Racquetmen Win Two, Lose Two Matches on Southern Spring Trip 
April 27, 1932 Wheaton College Baseball Team Sports Crusaders Capture First Win of Year In Dekalb Contest 
April 27, 1932 Snippets of Sport Events Sports Solid Socks 
April 27, 1932 Baseball Men Will Face "Slugging" Mt. Morris Aggregation Sports Diamond Squad To Play Today 
April 27, 1932 Tennis Squad Sports Netmen to Battle Elmhurst Tomorrow On Wheaton Campus 
April 27, 1932 Frosh and Soph Track Meet Sports Freshmen Capture Campus Day Honors With Large Margin 
April 27, 1932 Track Squad Sports Track Squad Is Third In Triangular Meet; North Central Leads 
April 27, 1932 Howard Skopec Information Veteran Mound Star 
April 27, 1932 Ael Basketball Team Sports Aels Win Cage Crown By Defeating Bows In Pre-Vacation Clash 
April 27, 1932 Paul Brown, '34 Information Paul Brown To Be Out Friday 
April 27, 1932 Baseball, Archery, Track and Tennis Sports Co-eds Turn Attention To Spring Attractions; Schedule Tournaments 
April 27, 1932 Wheaton Baseball Team Sports Locals Lose Opener To Aurora Cohorts With Score of 10-6 
April 27, 1932 A Gentleman Article Makin' Breaks 
April 27, 1932 Tennis Squad Sports Tennis Squad Defeats North Central by 6-0 Score on Campus Day 
April 27, 1932 Women's Varsity Tennis Squad Sports Women's Tennis Squad Practices to Maintain Past Brilliant Record 
May 4, 1932 Journalists to Meet for Discussion Groups, Banquet, Addresses; To See Exhibits- To Banquet at Naperville- Professor R.R. barlow of Illinois University Will Act As Advisor News S.J. Duncan-Clark, of the Daily News, To Speak to I.C.P.A. Delegates Saturday 
May 4, 1932 Christian Missionary Alliance Conference News Missionary Alliance Completes Conference; Brown Explains Work 
May 4, 1932 Application For The Position of Gay Gargoyle Information Humorists, Attention! 
May 4, 1932 Little Symphony Orchestra of Wheaton College News Little Symphony Orchestra to Give Concert May 16 
May 4, 1932 Miss Edith C. Torrey Information Miss Torrey Returns 
May 4, 1932 Mrs. Katherine C. Shapleigh News Mrs. Shapleigh, Three Alliance Men Speak Before Chapel Group 
May 4, 1932 Women's Glee Club Music Women's Glee Club Travels to Milwaukee For Closing Concert 
May 4, 1932 Alexander Wilson, Fern Lindblad Are to Be Officers Of Evening- Choose "Travel" as Theme- Affair to Be Held in Lower Chapel; Miss Verna Lindblad to Give Critique News Academy Literary Societies to Conduct Annual Open Meeting Saturday Night 
May 4, 1932 Girl's Inter-Society Picnic News Inter-Society Girls To Picnic Saturday At Geneva Island 
May 4, 1932 Evelyn Barris Crowned Queen of May News Fairyland Comes to Wheaton as Co-eds Crown Evelyn Barris May Queen at Women's Open Meeting in Fischer Chapel 
May 4, 1932 High School Day News Council Entertains Visitors on Annual High School Day 
May 4, 1932 Illinois College Press Association Article Welcome, Journalists 
May 4, 1932 Word of Encouragement for Spring Atheletes Article Championships? 
May 4, 1932 Women's Debate Team Article Continuing An Excellent Record 
May 4, 1932 In The Spring- Column What Other Editors Say 
May 4, 1932 Humor Column The Gay Gargoyle 
May 4, 1932 Real Purpose of Prayer Article Prayer Problems 
May 4, 1932 Music, A Loving Heart, Thy Hope Literature Driftwood 
May 4, 1932 Budding Ornithologists Claim that Spring has Come News Feathered Songsters Stir Student Interest 
May 4, 1932 Reverend Dr. J. Gresham Machen News Chapel Programs Include Well-Known Men as Speakers 
May 4, 1932 The Student Volunteer Picnic News Student Volunteers Sponsor Picnic to Take Place Tonight 
May 4, 1932 The Oratorical Society News George Helle, Arthur Konrad Give Orations Before Forensic Club 
May 4, 1932 Little Nineteen Conference Sports Round The Conference 
May 4, 1932 20th Annual Convention of The American Association of Collegiate Registrars News Registrars, Assistants Attend Convention; Dyrness Reads Paper 
May 4, 1932 Annual Election of Officers News Student Volunteers Choose Wayne Amsler For New President 
May 4, 1932 Physics Case News Photo-Electric Cell Is Latest Addition To Physics Case 
May 4, 1932 John Culver Married To Miss Gertrude Johnson Short Comment John Culver Marries 
May 4, 1932 Temple University Information Temple Has Etiquette Course 
May 4, 1932 Phils To Study "Olympics"; "Rock Gardens" To Be Bow Theme; Belt Seniors To Be In Charge; Celts To Study "Our Homes"; Arrows To Hear Poetry; Kathleen Hockman, Paul Friederichsen Married; Mrs. Waseham Conducts "Trip"; International Club Meets Literary Societies The Family Album 
May 4, 1932 News of Alumni News Alumni News 
May 4, 1932 News from Academy News Academy News 
May 4, 1932 Kenneth Amsler, Annie Howard Information Senior Biographies 
May 4, 1932 Fiol Hits Homer in Final Frame with Three Men on Base Sports Crusaders Beat Lake Forest, 7-3 
May 4, 1932 College Track Team Sports Tracksters Lose Second Triangular Meet at Elmhurst 
May 4, 1932 Baseball Competition Sports Philips Complie First Two Weeks' Diamond Statistics 
May 4, 1932 W.A.A. Meeting Sports W.A.A. Members Postpone Play Day Until Next Fall 
May 4, 1932 Snippets on Sport Events Sports Solid Socks 
May 4, 1932 Wheaton College Tennis Team Sports Net Team to Travel To North Central for State Tourney Play 
May 4, 1932 Wheaton Academy Squad Sports Academy Court Men Conquer Pullman With 3-0 Victory 
May 4, 1932 Crusaders Aim to Unknot Tie for Lead in Today's Game Sports Coraymen Face Naperville Squad 
May 4, 1932 Wheaton Crusaders Sports Crusaders Administer Drubbing to "Slugging" Mt. Morris Ball Club 
May 4, 1932 Women's Tennis Squad Sports Women Racqueteers Take First Victory of Season by 5-2 Win 
May 4, 1932 Illinois Intercollegiate Debate League Sports Co-ed Debaters Are Illinois Intercollegiate Champions by Decision 
May 4, 1932 Wheaton Tennis Team Sports Wheaton Netmen Vanquish Oak Park Team by 5-1 Score 
May 4, 1932 The Correct Way to Introduce People Column Makin' Breaks 
May 11, 1932 Final Concert of Tower of '33 to Be Presentation of Swiss Yodlers- Date Is Set for May 26- Yearbook Officials Announce Cut In Admission Charge News Tower to Present Fiechtl's Yodlers 
May 11, 1932 Young Women's Christian Association News Miss E.H. Steyrer Speaks to Y.W.C.A. On Austrian Missions 
May 11, 1932 Illinois College Press Association News I.C.P.A. Convention Attracts Seventy-Five Delegates to Wheaton 
May 11, 1932 Leroy Urseth Music urseth to Present Vesper Organ Recital On Sunday Afternoon 
May 11, 1932 Outside Girls to Turn Lower Chapel Into Forest Scene News Co-eds Complete Plans for Party 
May 11, 1932 The Little Symphony Music Dr. Simons to Direct Orchestra Concert; Soloists on Program 
May 11, 1932 Mt. Morris College Unite with North Manchester Short Comment Mt. Morris College Votes to Unite with North Manchester 
May 11, 1932 President J. Oliver Buswell News Pneumonia Forces President Buswell To Remain in East 
May 11, 1932 Wheaton College Debate Team News "Finest Debate Team I Ever Heard", Opinion of Debate Authority 
May 11, 1932 Student Volunteeers  News Student Volunteers Install President At Outdoor Meeting 
May 11, 1932 National Press Association Judges Paper, Makes Awards- Wins Three Firsts in State- State Contest Critics Give Three First Places for Features News Record Receives First Class Score 
May 11, 1932 Freshman's Women Debate Team News Freshman Women's Debate Team Defeats Men's Junior Varsity 
May 11, 1932 The Music Box Music Music Box Fetets Town Musicians at Student Tea Party 
May 11, 1932 Men's Glee Club Dinner Short Comment Male Choristers to End Season with Farewell Banquet 
May 11, 1932 Console The Seniors Article To The Seniors 
May 11, 1932 Summary of Annual Convention Article Successful Convention 
May 11, 1932 Pi Kappa Delta Championship Article Honor For Debaters 
May 11, 1932 I Didn't Have Time, Perspective Article What Other Editors Say 
May 11, 1932 Humor Column The Gay Gargoyle 
May 11, 1932 How Long Should A Child of God Pray For The Same Request Article How Long Should We Pray? 
May 11, 1932 A Friend Literature Driftwood 
May 11, 1932 World's Fair- A Century of Progress News World Fair President Definitely Discounts Postponement Rumor 
May 11, 1932 Frederick Stock, Herbert Witherspoon News Temple of Music for Chicago's 1933 Exposition 
May 11, 1932 Intercollegiate News News News Of Other Colleges 
May 11, 1932 "Modern Societie's Contribution to the Understanding of the Alcohol Problem" News jean Mackenzie's Essay Wins First in Prohibition Contest 
May 11, 1932 Spring Open Meeting of tje Literary Societies News Engle to Occupy Chair at Open Meeting, May 20 
May 11, 1932 News from The Academy News Academy News 
May 11, 1932 News of Alumni News Alumni News 
May 11, 1932 Martha Harris, George Moody Information Senior Biographies 
May 11, 1932 Coraymen Will Battle to Maintain League Leadership Sports Crusaders Face Mt. Morris Today 
May 11, 1932 Publicity Bureau News Bureau of Publicity Succeeds in "Crashing" Daily News Column 
May 11, 1932 Snippets on Sports Events Sports Solid Socks 
May 11, 1932 State Tennis Meet Sports Carlson, Van Artsen Qualify to Enter in State Tennis Meet 
May 11, 1932 Little Nineteen Conference Sports Round The Conference 
May 11, 1932 Team to Encounter Five Squads from Illinois Colleges Sports Cindermen to Go To Elmhurst Meet 
May 11, 1932 Crusaders vs. North Central Sports Hard Hitting Ball Team Whips North Central by 7-3 Score 
May 11, 1932 Baseball Sports Batmen Win Fourth League Game with Victory Over Pirates 
May 11, 1932 Triangle Meet at Dekalb Sports Lawrence's Jump Breaks Record at Dekalb Triangular 
May 11, 1932 Baseball Sports Week's Tabulations Show Improvement In Batting, Fielding 
May 11, 1932 Prof. Herbert Moule Short Comment Dr. Moule Preaches At Freeport 
May 11, 1932 Mrs. J.O. Buswell's Absence Short Comment Miss Spaulding Manages Buswell Home 
May 11, 1932 Who Goes Down The Aisle First Article Makin' Breaks 
May 11, 1932 Three Girl's Literary Societies News Girls Hold Inter-Society Picnic 
May 11, 1932 Expression Department News Expression Students To Present Recital Tomorrow Evening 
May 18, 1932 Former Rivals to Mingle in Lower Chapel Saturday News Juniors to Fete Seniors at Party 
May 18, 1932 The Geology Students News Geology Students Study Rocks, Hunt Fossils on Field Trip 
May 18, 1932 Officers for Next Year  Information Oratorical Association Chooses Seidenspinner Next Year's President 
May 18, 1932 The Wheaton College Quintet News College Quintet Broadcast Program over Station WMBI 
May 18, 1932 The Annual Banquet Information Debate Union Elects Harvey McArthur as New President 
May 18, 1932 Viola Hinshaw Music Viola Hinshaw to Present Recital: Orchestra to Play 
May 18, 1932 Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Eicher News Missionaries to Show Lantern Slides to Volunteers Tonight 
May 18, 1932 Malcolm Forsberg Literature Forsberg is Winner of Belt Poetry Contest 
May 18, 1932 Fiechtl's Swiss Yodlers Are Coming to Wheaton News Tower's Last Program Will Feature Famous Fiechtl's Swiss Yodlers 
May 18, 1932 Sigma Pi Sigma News Sigma Pi Sigma PLan to Hold Banquet for Next Meeting 
May 18, 1932 Mrs. Gordon I News Mrs. Mackenzie to Return to School 
May 18, 1932 Wheaton VS. Luther Sports Academy News 
May 18, 1932 The Student Council Will Take Charge Information Council to Officiate 
May 18, 1932 Winona Lake Information Winona Lake to Be Scene of Traditional Senior Outing, May 27 
May 18, 1932 The Last Meeting of the History Club Information History Club to Hold Supper-Meeting in Honor of Earl Winsor 
May 18, 1932 Kenneth A. Amsler Information Kenneth Amsler Accepts Call to Baptist Church in Chicago 
May 18, 1932 The Women's Varsity Tennis Team Sports Coed Varsity Tennis Team Defeats North Central, Chicago Team 
May 18, 1932 Amidst the Perfume of the May Tulips Music Glee Club Honors Finney, Cording at Farewell Banquet 
May 18, 1932 The Aelioians Information Aels Meet by Rock Garden for Program 
May 18, 1932 Alfred Engle to Preside at Society Open Meeting News SwordandSabre is Meeting Theme 
May 18, 1932 Geneva Van Dyke's Oration Sports Geneva Van Dyke's Oration Wins First 
May 18, 1932 German Club News  "Tony" Ochs' Short Story Wins First at German Club Meet 
May 18, 1932 Miss Elsie M. McDonald News Alumni News 
May 18, 1932 a Good Substitute Short Comment Is There a Substitute? 
May 18, 1932 Full-Time Winning Souls for Christ Short Comment Plurimum Posse 
May 18, 1932 Wheaton Record Short Comment Editorial Plural 
May 18, 1932 The Weapons of Our Warfare Short Comment Spiritual Warfare 
May 18, 1932 Ball Club to Face North Central Armour This Week Sports Crusaders Fight to maintain Lead 
May 18, 1932 Lake Forest's League Champions Sports Orvis Bests Skopec as Coraymen Defeat Lake Forest by 7-6 
May 18, 1932 North Central's thinclads Sports Tracksters Chalk up 43 Points in Sectional Little Nineteen meet 
May 25, 1932 Week of Events to Start With Expression Recital Information Commencement Plans Completed 
May 25, 1932 The Tower Staff News Tower of '33 Stan Announces Yearbook Presentation on Friday 
May 25, 1932 Pres. J. Oliver Buswell Information President Buswell's Condition Improves; To Come Home Soon 
May 25, 1932 The Academy  News Rev. Walter Edmonds To Speak at Academy Graduation Exercises 
May 25, 1932 By Florence Manley Information Chrestomathean, Philadelphian Literacy Societies Held First Open Meeting in 1876 
May 25, 1932 College Chapel Will be Scence of Unique Entertainment News Fiechtl's Swiss Yodlers to Appear on Final Tower Program Tomorrow 
May 25, 1932 By Erma Stevens Information Campus Takes on Summer Apperance Although "Tis Spring 
May 25, 1932 a Record Enrollment Information Indications Point To Record Summer School Enrollment 
May 25, 1932 Harvey McArthur  News Geneva Van Dyke, Harvey McArthur Win Cook Prizes 
May 25, 1932 Alfred Engle Music  Alfred Engle to Read Kyne's "Cappy Ricks" At Graduation Recital 
May 25, 1932 Pre-Medic Society  Information Pre-Medic Society Enlects New Officers; Klokke Is President 
May 25, 1932 1931-1932 News Last Issue of the Record 
May 25, 1932 Summer School Short Comment Spend the Summer Profitably 
May 25, 1932 The Second Consecutive Year Short Comment Can the Record Raise Its Rating? 
May 25, 1932 Dr, D. A. Straw Information We Bed Your Pardon 
May 25, 1932 God's People Short Comment The Spirit of Revival 
May 25, 1932 The Crusaders Sports Orangemen Lose Second encounter to Armour Tech, 5-3 
May 25, 1932 Wheaton College Glee Club News Eastern Paper tells of Urseth's Playing on Wanamaker Organ 
May 25, 1932 Baccalaureate Sunday Information Final Sunday Vesper Service of Semester To Be Held June 12 
May 25, 1932 Phils Beat the Bows in Baseball 22-5 Sports Phils Trim Bows 22-5 In Diamond-Ball 
May 25, 1932 Sigma Pi Sigma News Ella Horness' Paper Receives First Prize from Sigma Pi Sigma 
May 25, 1932 Mrs. Gordon I. Mackenzie Music Women's Glee Club Cabinet Nominates Next Year's Officers 
May 25, 1932 The Crusaders  Sports North Central Stops Wheaton's Five Game Win Record by 5-2 Score 
May 25, 1932 Haydn's Oratorio Music  Community Chorus To Present Haydn's "Creation" on June 2 
May 25, 1932 A Second Conservatory Recital Music Conservatory Students to Give Recital in Chapel, Monday 
May 25, 1932 Singing Tower News "Singing Tower" To Be Phil Theme 
May 25, 1932 Spring House Cleaning News Bows to Have Spring House Cleaning 
May 25, 1932 Missions Information Belts to Visit "Missions" 
May 25, 1932 The Theme of the Excelsior Meeting News Celts To Study Scientists  
May 25, 1932 Academy Nine Upsets Team from Racine News Academy News 
May 25, 1932 Today's Game Will Deciede Necessity of Triple Tie for Lead Information Orvis, Potter to Handle Pitching 
May 25, 1932 Wheaton Team Sports Racquet Team Takes First Defeat of Year From Milwaukee Squad 
May 25, 1932 The Class Team  News Coeds To Hold First Inter-Class Archery Tourney, Tuesday 
May 25, 1932 Bass Leads Wheaton Squad in Point Gathering News Normal Wins State Crown 
May 25, 1932 Monmouth and Illoins Colleges News Round the Conference 
May 25, 1932 The Freshman Class News Frosh Convene to Appoint Nominees For New Officers 
May 25, 1932 The Forensic Banquet News Forensic Groups to Hold Banquet at Gate Tonight 
May 25, 1932 The Melodious Messengers News Melodious Messengers to Conduct Meetings in Central Illinois Towns 
May 25, 1932 The honorable Arial Kok Information Hon. Arial Kok-Speaks In Fischer Chapel about China Mission Problem 
September 28, 1932 Sergei Sokoloff to Direct Choral Singers October 8 in First Yearbook Concert News Tower of '34 Signs Russian Choral Group 
September 28, 1932 C.E., On Own Initiative, Gives Dr. Biederwolf $200 to Aid Lepers News Hundreds Respond to Plea of Evangelist as Meetings Close 
September 28, 1932 The Record Journalism Class Information Attention Staff Members 
September 28, 1932 Mr. Rathje News Burial Service Held for Senior Trustee 
September 28, 1932 Professor Emerson Wants Students to Remember His Office as Place for Help News Dean Tells of Life in Ranch Country 
September 28, 1932 Crusaders to Battle Against Elmhurst; Relations Better Between Two Schools News Council Heads Set New Date for Grad Day 
September 28, 1932 Leon Hayes News Alfred Conant to Head History Club 
September 28, 1932 Dr. Biederwolf Article A Glorious Week, Evenly Matched Debates, The Cream 
September 28, 1932 A Campus Booster Opinion Student Opinion 
September 28, 1932 Robert M. Liberman Short Comments The Gay Gargoyle 
September 28, 1932 Irma Stevens News Aels, Belts to Entertain at Informals on Friday 
September 28, 1932 Otto De Camp News Arrows Elect Raymond Horton as Vice President 
September 28, 1932 Clarence Weyer News Freindship to be Theme of Excelsior Meeting 
September 28, 1932 Elsie McDonald and Russel Or News Graduate Students Wed Over Summer 
September 28, 1932 Louise Williams News  Philalathean Informal Under way 
September 28, 1932 Miss Mabel Emery of East Weymouth News Mabel Emery Visits Expression-Class 
September 28, 1932 Raymond House News Academy News 
September 28, 1932 The Scripture Distributing Society News S.D.S. Commences Distribution of Gospels 
September 28, 1932 Mrs. Gordon I. Mackenzie News Director Selects Women Singers 
September 28, 1932 The Mid-West Debate Conference News Men Debaters Plan to Have Active Year 
September 28, 1932 William Bay News Prof. George C. Blakeslee of Yerkes to Speak Here 
September 28, 1932 God Uses Their Message to Bring Many to Saving Knowledge of Christ News Gospel Team Has Successful Season 
September 28, 1932 Dr. W. E. Biederwolf News Ministerial Association Holds Initial Meeting 
September 28, 1932 "Cliffdwellers" Take New Boys in Hand; Endeavor to Prevent Loneliness News Fourth Floor Gang Formulates "Rules" for Green Newcomers 
September 28, 1932 Alfred Conant News Conant Succeeds to Business Head of Record Staff 
September 28, 1932 Illinois Normal Sports Cross Country Schedule 
September 28, 1932 No Financial Obligation News League Students Sponsor Teacher-Training Classes 
September 28, 1932 Tilt Gives Couach Idea of Team's Strength; New Men Show Skill in Ball Carrying Sports Junior Varsity Trounces Elgin Academy 33-6 
September 28, 1932 The Loyola Invitational at Chicago Sports Coaches Postpone Cross Country Meet until November 5 
September 28, 1932 North Central Short Comments: Sports Tipping em Off 
September 28, 1932 Differences in Eligibility Rules Cause Break in Conferance News Plan to Divide Little Nineteen 
September 28, 1932 Mary McKelvey News Students Astonished as Dorm Shines Out 
September 28, 1932 Dr. H. O. Taylor News Sigma Pi Sigma to Meet at Home of Dr. Taylor 
September 28, 1932 Evans Sports College Orders New Gymnasium Equipment 
September 28, 1932 W. A. A.  Sports Women's Athletics to Commence Saturday 
September 28, 1932 Ralph Dreger News Fireman Folled as "Y" House Lights Up 
October 5, 1932 Four Continents Resound in Prause of Sergei Sokoloff; Moscow is City of His Birth News Famous Russian Director to Appear in Return Engagement 
October 5, 1932 The Cooperation Information Attention Readers 
October 5, 1932 Miss Gladys M. Puckey News  School Nurse Combines First Aid Classes 
October 5, 1932 Sophomore Class to Do Spanking; Upper Classmen to Supervise News Council Passes Plan to Spank Capleess Frosh 
October 5, 1932 Handicap Increases Mary Helen Brook's Interest In People News Blind Girl's Life is Bright Since Coming to Wheaton 
October 5, 1932 A Pep Meeting Information Pep Rally 
October 5, 1932 New Freshman Officer is Graduate of Glendale Calif., High School News Student Council Elects Page Freshmen Chairman 
October 5, 1932 The Mid-West Debate News Seven Coeds Make Debate Team Nucleus 
October 5, 1932 Arthur Konrad News League President Tells of Need of Two Bible Classes 
October 5, 1932 The Contest Starts Oct. 5. Information Tower of '34 to Give Prizes for Snapshots 
October 5, 1932 Women Debates Receive No Less Interest Because of Last Year's Record News All Classes Plan Action for Debates 
October 5, 1932 Prof. Dora M. Soldner Information German Classes to Present Film 
October 5, 1932 The Journalistic Standards of the paper Articles A Vital Problem, The Secret of High Scholarship?, Music in Chapel, Compensation, Root for Victory 
October 5, 1932 Green Caps Opinion Student Opinion 
October 5, 1932 Anne Onimous Literature Driftwood 
October 5, 1932 The Voice of the Young Folks Article Commendation, Criticism Comment 
October 5, 1932 The Legend of the Soap Short Comments The Gay Gargoyle 
October 5, 1932 Erman Stevens Article Bows, Arrows to Offer Fairies, Romance Friday 
October 5, 1932 Bows Entertain in Lower Chapel Friday Evening News One Hundred at Y. W. C. A. Party 
October 5, 1932 New Students News Stella 
October 5, 1932 President Karl Klokke News Pre-Medic Students Hear Dr. A. B. Jones 
October 5, 1932 Mr. Bachman News Sousa's Former Piccolo Player to Help in Band 
October 5, 1932 Mrs. Fatherine C. Shapleigh News Dorm Enforces Rules on Frosh 
October 5, 1932 Elizabeth Howard News Internationals Hold Association Meeting 
October 5, 1932 Harriet Atkinson News Volunteer Band Opens Season 
October 5, 1932 The Oxford System of Education News Frosh-Sophs Debate R.O.T.C. Question 
October 5, 1932 Innumerable Keys Act as Watch Dogs; Tower bell is Closely Watched News Building Custodian's "Keys" Play Leading Roll on Wheaton Campus 
October 5, 1932 Dr. L. A. Higley News College Men Aid in Removating Campus 
October 5, 1932 The Northwestern-Missouri Football Sports Many Students Answer Invitation of S.D.S. 
October 5, 1932 Wayne Amsler News Seniors Flock into Chapel as "Blue Birds" 
October 5, 1932 Dots of Light Seen News Dr. Taylor Tells of Viewing Sun's Eclipse 
October 5, 1932 American College of Physical Education to Bring Veteran Team Sports Crusaders to Draw First BloodSaturday 
October 5, 1932 Captain Willard Bell Sports Captain Bell to Begin Third Year With Varsity 
October 5, 1932 Wheaton High School, N.U., Are Stepping Stones in Coache's Success Sports Coach Gustafson Climbs to Grid Fame 
October 5, 1932 W. A. A. Activities Short Comments- Sports Tipping em Off 
October 5, 1932 DeCamp, Westphal, Both New Men, Place; Interclass Cross Country Mret Sat. Sports Harriers Defeat Elmhurst Team in First Meet 
October 5, 1932 Academy Alumnus Does Christain Work News Academy Hikes to Glen Ellyn for Treasure Hunt, Picnic 
October 5, 1932 Dr. John Welsh News Underclassmen Take Physical Exam 
October 5, 1932 Lawrence Keyes News College Tennis Tourny Opens 
October 5, 1932 Harvey McArthur News Oratory Group Palns Schedule 
October 12, 1932 Cancellations of Former Students Proves That New Ones Are Registered News Enrollment Shows Gain of Twenty-Three 
October 12, 1932 Old Grads News Grads to Register on October 21 
October 12, 1932 Wheaton College Little Symphony Music Little Symphony Plans Concert 
October 12, 1932 Inter-collegiate Debate News Freshman Girls Stage First Inter-Collegiate Debate in 1914 
October 12, 1932 Juniors Rank Second, Sophs Third, Freshmen Last Dr. Tiffany Addresses Students News Class of '32 Leads College In Scholarship 
October 12, 1932 "Columbus" News History Society Offers "Columbus" 
October 12, 1932 Dr. William E. Biederwulf News Dr. Biederwulf Presents Works 
October 12, 1932 Flames Covered Roadway In The Rear of Blanchard Hall News Chem Students Witness Fires 
October 12, 1932 Women Will Debate on Oxford School System; Men, R.O.T.C. Question News Frosh-Soph Debate Takes Place Tonight 
October 12, 1932 Biology Department News Friends Donate Rare Bird's Eggs 
October 12, 1932 Dr. O.E. Tiffany News Dr. Tiffany Flys Grand Canyon During Travels in Western States 
October 12, 1932 Wheaton College Article Wheaton's Reputation 
October 12, 1932 Inquiries by Readers Article Who Prints The Record? Why? 
October 12, 1932 Football Team Sports On To Naperville 
October 12, 1932 Duty of The Record Article Selfish Organizations 
October 12, 1932 Interclass Debates, Inconsistency?, Defense of Record Column Student Opinion 
October 12, 1932 Humor Column The Gay Gargoyle 
October 12, 1932 "Brethren Pray For Us" Article In Dedication 
October 12, 1932 The Halo On The Commonplace Literature Driftwood 
October 12, 1932 Aels Install New Officers; Belts Propose New Names; Freshman Class Elects Temporary Secretary; Arrows present "Fishy" Program; Fourth Floor Party to Be Given November 12; President Buswell Speaks In Wayne, Nebraska; Vice-President of College Takes Trip Literary Societies U. of C. Physician Addresses New Men at Celts Friday 
October 12, 1932 Problems or Suggestions Column Stella 
October 12, 1932 Roymond Petersen News Sigma Pi's Elects Peterson to Office 
October 12, 1932 The Commuters Short Comment Commuters Attend Party 
October 12, 1932 Snapshot Cantests News Tower Snapshots Due October 24 
October 12, 1932 Questions Column Can You Answer These Questions? 
October 12, 1932 Strikers Halt Travelers "Red" Evan Gives Them A Gospel Message Music Quintet Tours Through Some Western States 
October 12, 1932 News of Alumni News Alumni News 
October 12, 1932 Robert Harkness Music Robert Harkness To Give Concert 
October 12, 1932 David Cowie and Fred Jewett News Cowie, Jewett Chosen To Conduct Meeting 
October 12, 1932 Larger Enrollment in Biology Department News Biology Department Reports 120 Students 
October 12, 1932 Green Caps Short Comment Dinks 
October 12, 1932 New Scharr Balance Short Comment Chemistry Department Houses New Balance 
October 12, 1932 Mr. Kenneth P. Landon News Missionary Speaks To Volunteer Band 
October 12, 1932 Crusaders Pile Up 30 Points To Opponents 0; Team Scores in Every Period Sports Grids Down Physical Eds In First Game 
October 12, 1932 James Hanna Sports Hanna Makes Name in Cross Country Service 
October 12, 1932 Wheaton-North Central Sports Wheaton Renews Age-Old Feud 
October 12, 1932 Moody Auxiliary News Moody Auxiliary Hikes to Glen Ellyn 
October 12, 1932 Snippets of Sport Events Sports Tipping Em Off 
October 12, 1932 Frosh Place Second; Seniors Third; Sophomores Are Disqualified Sports Juniors Outdo Other Classes 
October 12, 1932 Coach Gustafon's Men Hope To Avenge Last Year's Defeat; Reserves to help Crusaders Go to Naperville For Annual Gridiron Battle  
October 12, 1932 Football Team Loses to Junior High Boys; Student Council Holds Meeting News Dean Schell Receives Gift On Birthday 
October 12, 1932 Wes Carlson and Stuart Newsom Sports Wes Carlson Wins Tennis Tourney 
October 12, 1932 Annual Inter-class Tournament Sports Soccer Team Prepares For Interclass Tourney 
October 12, 1932 The Bows News Bows to Gather 'Round Campfire 
October 19, 1932 Bureau to Present College Activities to Ourside Public Via Advertising Channels News Council Elects Oluf Jensen to Head Publicity 
October 19, 1932 The Cook County Young People's Association of the Swedish Evangelical Free Church Information President Buswell to be Present at Homecoming 
October 19, 1932 Men to Debate on Banking; Girls Argue Compensation for Record Heads News Juniors, Seniors Clash Thursday 
October 19, 1932 Mr. Harold Bachman News College Band Director Starts Conducting Class 
October 19, 1932 Intercollegiate Sport Interest Grows as Varsity Football Team Battles North Central Sports Sixty-Five Grads Present at First Homecoming 
October 19, 1932 Mr. D. L. Cook News Five Students Enroll in Radio-Activity Class 
October 19, 1932 Miss Puckey News Accident Case Contest to Take Place in Spring 
October 19, 1932 The Annual Frosh-Soph Flag News Sophs to Grease Pole Only Once 
October 19, 1932 Australian Composer Plays before Students Sunday, In Chapel Program News Robert Harkness Gives Concerts 
October 19, 1932 Mr. Nordin News Men's Glee Club Makes Progress Under Nordin 
October 19, 1932 Mayor Harvy V. Caldwell to Present Float Prizes During Chapel Tuesday News Committee Plans Gala Celebration for Week End 
October 19, 1932 Homecoming, Too Much is Too Much! Articles Are you Voting? Are we Downhearted? Where to Send Contributions 
October 19, 1932 Mr. Jerry Ford Opinion Student Opinion 
October 19, 1932 The Academy Hike Short Comments The Gay Gargoyle 
October 19, 1932 Dorothy Horton '34 Literature Driftwood 
October 19, 1932 Harriet Barr News Societies Announce Special Programs for Homecomers 
October 19, 1932 Dr. Cole Information Dr. Glenn Gates Cole Addresses League Men 
October 19, 1932 Miss Gladys Puckey News Victims Receive Clinic Sentence 
October 19, 1932 Elmhurst News Junior Sweaters to Appear Soon 
October 19, 1932 Anna Rodgers News Alumni News 
October 19, 1932 Francis A. Sheriff News Students Perform Duties on Campus 
October 19, 1932 George Elliot News Mrs. Northrup Presents Collection to Library 
October 19, 1932 Cardinals Score in Closing Minute; Crusaders Lack Reserve Strength Sports Orange Loses 7-6 in Battle with Cards 
October 19, 1932 Runners to Face Conquers of Loyola in Homecoming Race Saturday Afternoon Sports Harriers to Meet Pirates, Cardinals 
October 19, 1932 "Pat" O'Brien Short Comment on Sports Tipping em Off 
October 19, 1932 Coach Coray Orders Early Practice for Basketball Candidates Sports Cagemen to Start Practice Monday 
October 19, 1932 The JuniorVarsity Sports DeKalb Downs Junior Varsity Gridders, 14-0 
October 19, 1932 Orange and Blue to Renew Grid Contests with Pirates After Three Year Lapse Sports Crusaders to Face Elmhurst Homecoming 
October 19, 1932 Faxon, Lindblad, Leach to Attend College Music Box Club to Obtain Pointers News Academy to Form Music Association 
October 19, 1932 The Wheaton Record News Students to Cast Straw Vote in Chapel Thursday 
October 19, 1932 Senior Class Information Directory of Organizations 
October 19, 1932 Olson Short Comment Star Dust 
October 19, 1932 The Normal Team Sports Cross Country Men Fall Before Normal Harriers 
October 19, 1932 The Orangemen Information Jayvees to Meet North Central Reserves 
October 26, 1932 Junior Men to Meet Frosh; Junior Women to debate Sophomores News Interclass Debaters to Stage Finals 
October 26, 1932 Carl Schauffele News S.D.S. Envelopes 20,000 Gospels for Distribution 
October 26, 1932 Bow-Arrow Float Receives First Prize in Homecoming Parade News Mayor Presents Parade Awards 
October 26, 1932 Former Literary Editor of Record is Co-Author of "Marko, the Kings Son" News Muriel Fuller Helps Write Slavic Novel 
October 26, 1932 Dr. H. O. Taylor News Astronomists to Motor to Yerkes Observatory 
October 26, 1932 Mary Jocobus News College Welcomes Alumni From 12 States, 2 Nations 
October 26, 1932 Abigail Wetherby News Snake Takes Life in Dorm While Calling on Women 
October 26, 1932 Students to Record Evening Engagements Daily; Slips Distributed Monthly News Deans Introduce New Check Rules 
October 26, 1932 President James Oliver Buswell, Jr., News President Buswell Talks Before Chicago Youth 
October 26, 1932 President Polls 544 Votes, Roosevelt 39, Thomas 32, Upshaw 22, Foster 4 News Record Straw Vote Gives Hoover Five-Sixths Plurality 
October 26, 1932 Homecoming is Greatest in School's History; Events Run Smoothly News Wheaton Resumes Normal Activities 
October 26, 1932 "This Store Advertises In the Wheaton Record" Material Compensation the Record Articles Straw Votes 
October 26, 1932 In Podunk Center Opinion  Student Opinion 
October 26, 1932 The Gargoyle's Constitutional Diabolical Workbox Short Comments The Gay Gargoyle 
October 26, 1932 R. M. J. '33 Literature Driftwood 
October 26, 1932 Harriet Barr News Sophs to Entertain Frosh in Goblinland Saturday 
October 26, 1932 Virginia Squires News Ministerials, Volunteers Conduct Church Service 
October 26, 1932 Perspiration Opinion Stella 
October 26, 1932 Hilma Johnson News Alumni News 
October 26, 1932 New Lawson Field News Sophs Withstand Frosh in Annual Flag Pole Tilt 
October 26, 1932 The Columbus Film Information History Club to Back Drys in Chapel, Friday 
October 26, 1932 Harriet Atkinson Information Mrs. Guilding to Speak at Volunteer Meeting 
October 26, 1932 Laura Gates News Juniors Defeat Senior Debaters 
October 26, 1932 Donald Carlson News Little Symphony Elects Don Carlson President 
October 26, 1932 Theodore Suckau News Former Wheaton 'Math Shark' Writes Article 
October 26, 1932 Katherine Rediger News Sigma Pi Sigma Names Eligibles 
October 26, 1932 Olander Carries Ball Over Goal in 35 Year Run in Last Minutes Sports Grids Defeat Elmhurst 7-0 in Last Half 
October 26, 1932 Lee Ogan Short Comments on Sports Tipping em Off 
October 26, 1932 Badger Teachers to Travel to Wheaton Saturday for Meet with Orange and Blue Sports Harriers to Meet Milwaukee Squad 
October 26, 1932 Mckendree Sports Shurtleff, State Normal Share Conference Lead 
October 26, 1932 Aurora to Feature Passing Game; Wheaton to Depend on Veteran Defense Sports Orangemen Oppose Blue on Saturday 
October 26, 1932 Junior Academy Organizes Literary Society; Robert Edelberg Elected President News Prep Students to Debate on Revenue 
October 26, 1932 The College Sports Sports W.A.A. Holds Interclass Archery Tournament 
October 26, 1932 Mrs. Charles A. Blanchard News Wheaton Biology Dept. Receives Indian Curios 
October 26, 1932 Negro Spirituals News Music Box Club Studies 'New World Symphony' 
October 26, 1932 The Junior Varsity Sports Junior Varsity Defeats North Central B Team 
November 2, 1932 Juniors Have Possible Chance at Interclass Cup News Junior Men's Debate Team Floors Frosh 
November 2, 1932 Attendance Shows Extent of Spiritual Interest Presence on Wheaton Campus Information Decamp to Lead Prayer Meeting 
November 2, 1932 Everett de Velde  News DeVelde '27 to Speak To Ministerial Students 
November 2, 1932 Anti-Saloon League Leader Says President Hoover Will be Elected News Stafford Foretells Hoover Victory 
November 2, 1932 By Abigail Wetherby News Frosh Flags Wave In Spirit of Sophs 
November 2, 1932 N.S.P.A. Praises Design Mechanical Work; Business Staff Earns "Bonus" Information Tower of '33 Merits First Class rating 
November 2, 1932 Dr. Buswell to be in Buffalo Sunday; Publishing Bureau Leads Chapel Tomorrow News President Speaks In Four Villages 
November 2, 1932 Writers to Visit Publishing Firms; Plan to Leave 1:19 PM News Journalism Class Plans Chicago Trip 
November 2, 1932 Wheaton registrar Presides at State Association Con-vention at Bradley Institute News Dryness Conducts Registrar's Meet 
November 2, 1932 By Francis Sheriff News Cat Causes Prexy to Turn Prowler  
November 2, 1932 Lines, Conant, Derby Leave Today for N.S.P.A. Annual Convention Information Record Sends Three Envoys to Cincinnati 
November 2, 1932 Group Elects Ralph Dreger Junior Manager at Oct. 26 Meeting; Plans Debates News Debaters' Union Admits Fourteen 
November 2, 1932 Sixty Students Have Been Invited to a Party News English Department To Give Party Nov. 5 
November 2, 1932 Write to the Student Opinion Column Information Instructions to Writers of Student Opinion 
November 2, 1932 You Are What You Think Short Comment What Think Ye? 
November 2, 1932 By harriet Baar News Aels Drop Dignity To Hold "Goofy" Meeting in Belt Hall 
November 2, 1932 On Bromides Short Comment Stella  
November 2, 1932 a Hallowen'en Supper News Witches, Spooks, Strange People at William's Party 
November 2, 1932 Miss Florence E. Cobb News Advanced Speech Students to Present Initial Recital 
November 2, 1932 "Goblinland" Party News Elmer Lampett Wins First Prize at Frosh-Soph Frolic 
November 2, 1932 By Erma Stevens News Mystery Enshrouds Whereabouts of Ekvall '31 
November 2, 1932 Peter Deyneka News Peter Deyneka to Talk to Student Volunteers  
November 2, 1932 George Moody News Alumni 
November 2, 1932 "Studies in Romans" Information David Wesley Soper Writes Book on Romans 
November 2, 1932 Miss Alice, Instructor of Bible News Miss Alice K. Spaulding Speaks to Local B.Y.P.U. 
November 2, 1932 The Trip of the Astronomy Class News Astronomy Class Trip to Yerkes to be Friday 
November 2, 1932 Giving Thoughts of Food for the Innerman Short Comment Food for Thought 
November 2, 1932 Crusaders Win Third Victory on Home Field; Aurora Scores in Last Period Sports Gridders Pile up 58 Points to Aurora's 6 
November 2, 1932 The Freshman Gilrs Will be Matched Sports Frosh Play Sophs in First Soccer Contest on Nov. 7 
November 2, 1932 The State Normal Football Team Sports State Normal Leads Little Nineteen with Five Wins 
November 2, 1932 Flayers Swim in Practice Field Mud Holes; Hammond Brothers Excell in Diving News Mud Baths Prove Inviting to Varsity 
November 2, 1932 Foresters to Enter Fracas with Record of Win Over North Central Team  Information Orange Squad To Journey to Lake Forest 
November 2, 1932 The Wheaton College Cross Country Team Sports Harrier Men Score Win Over Milwaukee Team 
November 2, 1932 Epinoians, Juniors, Sophomores, Freshmen Convene During Week Information Kaye-Smiths Give Program For Academy  
November 2, 1932 The German Club News Deutsche Verein Elects New Officers 
November 2, 1932 International Students Association News 25 Foreign Students Hold Monthly Meeting 
November 2, 1932 Wheaton jayvees and North Central Varsity Sports Jayvees Defeat North Central 8-7 
November 2, 1932 Batavia Christian Church Sports Football Squad Holds Service in Batavia III. 
November 2, 1932 Dr. Will H. Houghton of the Calvary Baptist Church Information Dr. Will H. Houghton Speaks in College Chapel 
November 2, 1932 National Physics Honor Society News Sigma Pi Sigma Eligibles Accept Club Membership 
November 2, 1932 Oratorical Society Information Enock Dyrness to Speak Before Oratorical Club 
November 2, 1932 Pi Kappa Delta Information Forensic Club to Debate War Debt Cancellation 
November 9, 1932 Ida Claypoole, Laura Gates Grace Sorensen Trimph In Interclass Tourney News Junior Co-eds Defeat Sophs In Debate, 2-1 
November 9, 1932 22 members of Miss Effie Jane Wheeler's Classes Information Journalism Classes In Chicago To-night 
November 9, 1932 The Wheaton College Publicity Service Information Publicity Bureau Appears in Chapel For First Time 
November 9, 1932 Committee Decides to Wait Until End of twelve Weeks Before Dropping Students News Office Grants Probation to 31 Students 
November 9, 1932 President James Oliver Buswell Jr. Information College to Offer Bible Philosophy Next Semester 
November 9, 1932 Legion to Have Entire Time; Students to Parade after Chapel Information J.F. Conley to Give Address on Nov. 11 
November 9, 1932 Group Approves Campaign For Artistic Gateways, Attractive Building Lights Short Comment Council Plans New Beauty For Campus 
November 9, 1932 President James Oliver Buswell Jr. News Dr. Buswell to Begin Speaking Tour Sunday 
November 9, 1932 The First Vesper Prayer Hour of This Year Information S.D.S. Sponsors First Vesper Prayer Service 
November 9, 1932 the Spirit of the Campus Short Comment Student Opinion 
November 9, 1932 To Do All to the Glory of God Short Comment Hypocrites? 
November 9, 1932 By Harriet Barr Literature Judge Herrick to Present Two Poetry Books to Belts 
November 9, 1932 Promote Etiquette Information Stella 
November 9, 1932 Willand Aldrich' 31 and Carl Anderson '31 News Almni 
November 9, 1932 Overseas Educational Institute of Hanover News Educational Institute Offers Twenty-Five Scholorships 
November 9, 1932 Rev. Clearance Benson News Clearance Benson of Moody Talks to Students in Chapel 
November 9, 1932 Lauri Erskine, Vicki Baum, Sir Norman Angell Speak at N.S. P.A. Conclave News Staff Heads Visit Press Convention 
November 9, 1932 Rev. Robert  Information Letters Tell How Violin Aids Alumnus Win Souls 
November 9, 1932 School Newspaper Receives Recognition at Hoover's St Paul Address Information Wheaton Record Officially Noticed 
November 9, 1932 Wheaton Chapters of the League of Evangelical Students Information League Plans to Attend Conferance Nov. 18--20 
November 9, 1932 Professor Blakslee Welcomed the Wheaton Group News Astronomy Students View Heavens at William Bay 
November 9, 1932 Non-decision Debate Information Debate Squad Clashes with Lagrange on Electric Power 
November 9, 1932 A Distinguished Visitor, Mr. A. Spider Information Mr. A. Spider Economist Pays Cole's Classes Visit 
November 9, 1932 Wheaton Scores 11 First Downs to Foresters 8; Two Passes Defeat Crusaders Sports Orange Falls Before Gold Coasters, 7-6 
November 9, 1932 By Louis Gehr  Information Evans trains Leader's Corps for Gym Work 
November 9, 1932 Pace, Nori, Skogland, Clark Feature Teachers Lineup, Profs Use Passes Sports Wheaton to Battle De Kalb In Last Conference Game 
November 9, 1932 The Wheaton Hill Sports Harriers trim North Central Team, 32-23 
November 9, 1932 The Women's Inter-Class Soccer Tournament Sports Women Play Intramural Soccer on Back Campus 
November 9, 1932 Teams Debate Pension Issue For Old People; Juniors to Face Sophomores Next Information Academy Juniors Defeat Seniors in Debate Contest 
November 9, 1932 The Annual Oratorical and Extempore Contest News Oratorical Association Directs Contest Nov. 14 
November 9, 1932 By Erma Stevens Literature Button, Button, Who's Got The Tiny Red Button 
November 9, 1932 Wheaton College Publicity Service News Mrs. James Oliver Buswell Corrects Prexy's Cat Storv 
November 9, 1932 The Requirements of a Pre-med Information Dr. James B. Mack Talks to Pre-Medics 
November 9, 1932 State Normal News State Normal Continues Lead in "Little Nineteen" 
November 9, 1932 Wheaton Junior Varsity Football Team Sports Jurnior Varsity to Play North "B" Team 
November 16, 1932 Arthur Konrad, President, Names Wheaton Delegates to Regional Conference News Six Members of League to Attend Parley 
November 16, 1932 Harvey McArthur News Debaters to Begin First Trip Dec. 8 
November 16, 1932 Lois Dickason News Freshman Elect Harold Mackenzie Class President 
November 16, 1932 Wayne Amsler News Arthur E. L. Pain to Talk on Cuba 
November 16, 1932 Dr. O. E. Tiffany News Representative Shows Movie Gear in Chapel 
November 16, 1932 Edward Matson, President, to Officiate at Formal Sigma Pi Sigma Ceremony News Physica Club will Initiate Nine Nov. 17 
November 16, 1932 Eleanor Robson News Siren Disturbs Dorm Sleepers 
November 16, 1932 Dean Wallace Emerson News 'Hostess Reports Due Now,' says Dean Emerson 
November 16, 1932 Head of History Department Presents College at Maine Township 'College Day' News Dr. Tiffany Talks to Prep Students 
November 16, 1932 Carl Schauffele News Howard Allen Wins Tower Photo Contest 
November 16, 1932 Vice President States that Appreciative Attitude of Wheaton is Increasing News Geo. V. Kirk Tells of Auto Trip in South 
November 16, 1932 Mrs. Elsie W. Schofield News Spanish Club Officers Meet at Mrs. Schofield's 
November 16, 1932 Faculty members Articles Courtesy, The Race in On! 
November 16, 1932 Mr. Hake Opinions Student Opinion 
November 16, 1932 Carl schauffle Short Comments The Gay Gargoyle 
November 16, 1932 Peg Schmitthenner '33 Literature Driftwood 
November 16, 1932 Harriet Barr News Co-ed Societies to Join in "Good Will" Meeting 
November 16, 1932 Erma Stevens News Rapid Growth of Literary Societies May Cause Break 
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