Index to The Record, 1932 (November)-1933 (March)


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November 16, 1932 R. S. V. P.  Opinion STELLA 
November 16, 1932 Rev. Earl Windsor Information Past Wheaton Professor Leads Chapel Service 
November 16, 1932 Edward Eigenschenk Information E. Eigenschenk Presents Recital in College Chapel 
November 16, 1932 Ann Salisbury News Sophs Pull Down Frosh Flags; Greenies Plan New Attack 
November 16, 1932 Remuneration Information Wanted 
November 16, 1932 Judges Award First Prizes to Geneva Van Dyke, Donald Graham News Phils, Celts Win Intersociety Oratorical, Extempore Contest 
November 16, 1932 Miss Effie Jane Wheeler News Journalism Class Take Chicago Trip 
November 16, 1932 The Extemporanous Program Information Oratorical Society Plans Round Table Discussion  
November 16, 1932 De Kalb Scores in Last Two Minutes on Recovery Behind Goal Sports Gridders Lose 6-0 to De Kalb State Teachers 
November 16, 1932 Willard Bell Sports Bell, O'Brien, Wight Play Last Grame Saturday 
November 16, 1932 Merold Westphal Sports Wheaton Harriers Defeat Loyola Team 
November 16, 1932 Petersen Sports Coach Coray Drills Cagers in Essentials 
November 16, 1932 Lawson Field  Sports Arrows, Outsiders Play Scoreless game 
November 16, 1932 James Hanna Sports Grapplers Start Practice Monday 
November 16, 1932 Johnny Gray Short Comment on Sports Tipping em Off 
November 16, 1932 Crusaders Paln to Avenge Defeats of Past Two Years; Orangemen Favorites Sports Crane to End 1932 Orange Grid Season 
November 16, 1932 Academy Forms Math, Music, French, Nature Groups; Elect Officers News Prep Students Organize Clubs 
November 16, 1932 Paul Allen News Alumni News 
November 16, 1932 The Wheaton Junior Varsity Football Team Sports Naperville Seconds Fall Before Jayvee's, 6-0 
November 16, 1932 Margaret Duff News Snow Postpones Women's Interclass Soccer Tourney 
November 16, 1932 McKendree Wins News Illinois Wesleyan Leads Conference 
November 16, 1932 Donald Graham News Quintet To Broadcast Sunday Over WMBI 
November 16, 1932 Leland Howard News Student Volunteers Send Deputation to Highland Park Church 
November 23, 1932 Mrs. Gordon I, Mackenzie to Direct Woman's Chorus in Cantata, Dec. 11 News Club to Offer Sacred Music on Christmas 
November 23, 1932 Mr, Clarence A. Benson News League to Begin Pedagogy Course 
November 23, 1932 Miss Phoads News Chicago Alumni to Hold Meeting at Hotel LaSalle 
November 23, 1932 Former Managing Editor of Record Receives Injuries to Head and Body News Robert Lancaster Injured in Crash 
November 23, 1932 Dr, Harold Simons to Lead, Hale Phares; Flutist, to Assist in Program Dec. 5 News Musicians Plan Annual Concert 
November 23, 1932 President James Oliver Buswell Jr.,  News President to Begin Thanksgiving Early 
November 23, 1932 Dr. L. Allen Higley Information Dr. Higley Announces Two December Chemistry Trips 
November 23, 1932 Dr. C. Benton Eavey News 'Best Scholastic Students Live in Dormitories' 
November 23, 1932 Wheaton Group to Sing in Rader Tabernacle Nov. 26; Trip covers Week End News Quintet to Appear in Milwaukee 
November 23, 1932 Forensic Board Transfers South Shore Debate Funds to Oratorical Group News Dr. H. Moule Reports End of S. S. F. L.  
November 23, 1932 Erma Stevens News Presidents with Proclamations Yearly Renew Pilgrim Custom 
November 23, 1932 The Hold Spirit Articles Snowflakes, Cafeteria 
November 23, 1932 "Apple Polisher" Opinions Student Opinion 
November 23, 1932 Thankfulness Short Comments  The Gay Gargoyle 
November 23, 1932 Redeemed Literature Driftwood 
November 23, 1932 Beulah Mae Heaton News Bows, Arrows to Hold Joint Meeting Nov. 25 
November 23, 1932 Miss Carmen Carpenter News Miss C. Carpenter Marries William Claassen, Tuesday 
November 23, 1932 Ruth Brown News Y. W. C. A. to Send Gifts to Kentucky 
November 23, 1932 On Going Home Opinion STELLA 
November 23, 1932 Albert Lea News Sylvia Oiness Resting After Acute Operation 
November 23, 1932 Viva Rainey News Spanish Club Elects Officers; Constance Richmond Head 
November 23, 1932 Adelaide Houghton News Music Box Proposes Five Names for Membership 
November 23, 1932 Evangelicals Student Group Attend Regional Meeting, at Minneapolis News League Members Return from Trip 
November 23, 1932 Dr. L. Allen Higley Information Geology Classes to Make All Day Trip on Dec. 3 
November 23, 1932 Mrs. Katharine C. Shapleigh News Dean Shapleigh, Mrs. Smith Plan to Attend Conference 
November 23, 1932 Francis Sheriff News Sunanimalculae Murder Stentor 
November 23, 1932 Rev. Issac Lehman News Students Sing Welcome to "Prexy" in Chapel 
November 23, 1932 Miss Gladys Puckey News City Red Cross Instuctor to Speak to All Class 
November 23, 1932 Willard Fetter News Record Reveals Changes in Staff 
November 23, 1932 Paul DeCamp Information Volunteers Elect Ida McSparrow President 
November 23, 1932 Mrs. C. Benton Eavey News Faculty Women's Society Gives Annual Hostess Tea 
November 23, 1932 The Cook County Hospital in Chicago News Pre Medic Students Visit County Hospital 
November 23, 1932 Charles Troutman News Bartlett Men Form Needy Clothes Mission 
November 23, 1932 The List of Money Makers  Information New York Times' Survey Shows Value of Study, Play 
November 23, 1932 Wheaton Coaches Represent School at Annual Little Nineteen Conference News Coaches Coray, Gustafson to Attend Meet 
November 23, 1932 Jervis Sports Celts Defeat Arrows in Touch-Football Game 
November 23, 1932 John Player Sports Wrestling Coach to Enter Second Year at Wheaton 
November 23, 1932 Kraber News Belts, Celts Struggle to 12-12 Tie, Nov. 18 
November 23, 1932 The Practice Schedule Information Women's Volley Ball Drill Begins, Nov. 28 
November 23, 1932 Crusaders Score Twice in Last Quarter; Thompson, Olander, Glover Tally Sports Wheaton Defeats Crane Squad, 32-0 
November 23, 1932 Lawrence Short Comments on Sports Tipping em Off 
November 23, 1932 Dorothy Johnston Sports Seniors Victorious in Interclass Tourney 
November 23, 1932 Cross Country Team at State Normal Today; Normal Strongest Contestant News Harriers Try for Title at State Meet 
November 23, 1932 Dorothy McCrone Sports Miss Seidenspinner Names All-Star 1932 Soccer Team 
November 23, 1932 Eps See World in Globe Trotting Program; Faculty Members Entertain News Kriets Discuss Outdoor Sports 
November 23, 1932 Charles Troutman News Bartlet Hall to Give Annual Banquet Dec. 3 
November 23, 1932 Dr. Schroeder News Wheaton Represented at Chicago Banquet 
November 23, 1932 J. Gray News Cagers Drill Hard for 'Y' Game Nov. 21 
November 23, 1932 Steward Gunsell '30 News Two Wheaton Grads Ready for Mongolia 
November 23, 1932 Illinois Wesleyan conquers Shurtleff 33-0; McKendree Defeats Normal 7-0 Sports Wesleyan Retains Conference Lead 
November 23, 1932 Mrs. Katharine C. Shapleigh News Infirmary Kept Busy Caring for Students 
November 23, 1932 The New Enteratainment Program News Faculty Members Meet at Round Table Nov. 21 
November 23, 1932 The Golden Rule Foundation of New York News Foundation Plans Golden Rule Week 
November 23, 1932 Luyola University News Collegiate Chatter 
December 7, 1932 Affirmative Squad to Travel to Milwaukee; Negative Opens Season Thursday News Wheaton Men, Marquette to Debate Banks 
December 7, 1932 Dorothy McCrory News 'Flu is now Epidemic' States College Nurse 
December 7, 1932 Carl Sauffele News Ministerial Association to Help S.D.S. Thursdays 
December 7, 1932 Betty Baker News Glee Club Offers 'First Christmas' 
December 7, 1932 Conservatory Notified of Miss H. Northrup's Election to Mu Phi Epsilon News Sorority Honors Miss H. Northrup 
December 7, 1932 Mr. Hale Phares News Bachman to Lead Band in Chapel Concert Friday 
December 7, 1932 Information Concerning Fate of Henry Ekvall Seen in Chicago Paper News Bandit Confesses Murder of Three 
December 7, 1932 Sunday School Teachers News College Announces Two New Courses 
December 7, 1932 Ann Salisbury News Wheaton Record Constant Sponsor of Literary Effort 
December 7, 1932 The Union Stock Yards News Chemistry, Geography Classes to See Stockyards 
December 7, 1932 Mary C. Doyle Information St. Paul English Teacher Passes 'Silver Trumpet' 
December 7, 1932 3 Men, 2 Women Will Comprise Musical Group News Jubilee Singers to Appear in Tower Concert, Dec. 15 
December 7, 1932 President James Olvier Buswell Jr.  News President Buswell Talks to Chicagoland Alumni 
December 7, 1932 John Warning, President of Association News Ministerial Association Plans Work for Campus Men 
December 7, 1932 France Articles Russian's Future Dream, News Versus "Re-Hash" 
December 7, 1932 Asinine Braying, "Stuck Up" Opinions Student Opinion 
December 7, 1932 Claribel King Short Comments The Gay Gargoyle 
December 7, 1932 Snowflakes Literature Driftwood 
December 7, 1932 Erma Stevens News Staff Party, Open Meeting Feature Campus Week-End 
December 7, 1932 Reve. Charles Bole News Miss Chrystal Bole Marries Mr. W. Dutton, Thanksgiving 
December 7, 1932 Dorothy Kellogg News E. Mortenson to Lead Tuesday Prayer Meeting 
December 7, 1932 Thumb Down Opinion Stella 
December 7, 1932 Elizabeth Wiggs News W. A. A. Receives 22 New Members at Nov. 30 Meeting 
December 7, 1932 Miss Alice Trthewy '25 News Alumni 
December 7, 1932 Erma Stevens News Wheaton College Born as Illinois Institute in 1843 
December 7, 1932 The W. E. Boeing Master Pilot Ground and Flying Course News Aviation Leader Offers $7500 in Scholarships 
December 7, 1932 Dr. O. E. Tiffany News Dr. Tiffany Discusses Student's Rights, Status 
December 7, 1932 Pearl Grigg News Y. W. C. A. Prepares Gifts for Kentucky Children 
December 7, 1932 Dr. Dow and Dr. Straw News Students Compile Wheaton Anthology 
December 7, 1932 Miss Effie Jane Wheeler News Miss Wheeler to Speak to Oratorical Society 
December 7, 1932 "Campus Uses 61 Chocolate Milk Bottles Daily," Says Kenneth Muck News Students Consume 61 Bottles of Milk 
December 7, 1932 Moody Bible Institute News Margaret Hunt Speaks Before Evangelical League 
December 7, 1932 22 Cross Countrymen Given Honors at the Open Gate Tea Room, Dec. 2 Sports Coaches Laud Harriermen at Open Gate 
December 7, 1932 The Normal Team Sports Cross Country Takes Second Place in State 
December 7, 1932 Captain Lawrence Bell Sports Banquet to Officially Close Football Season 
December 7, 1932 Grid Season Successful from Standpoint of Manner Team Played on Field Sports 'Season a Success,' Says Vic Gustafson 
December 7, 1932 Louis Gehr Sports O'Brien Starts Fourth Season as Varsity Wrestler 
December 7, 1932 The Oak Park Y. M. C. A.  Sports Coray Scimmages Varsity Basketeers 
December 7, 1932 Elden Allain Short Comments on Sports Tipping 'em Off 
December 7, 1932 Bradley Tech of Peoria News Big Ten vs Little '19 
December 7, 1932 Both Basketball Teams to Match Shots with Powerful Oak Park Quintet Sports Senior, Junior Varsities Start '32-'33 Season 
December 7, 1932 Hutton of Normal  News Harriers Follow State Normal for Second Place 
December 7, 1932 Eps Give Athletics Program; Kreits Present India; Frosh, Sophs have Party News Academy Seniors wear New Jackets 
December 7, 1932 The Western Passenger Association News Western Passenger Group Reduces Railraod Rates 
December 7, 1932 Grace DeCamp Sports Bows Defeat Phils, Aels, to Win Soccer Title 
December 7, 1932 Student's Tour Short Comments Collegiate Chatter 
December 7, 1932 "Wheaton College Holds its own and Increases its Student Body," Stowell News Depression Fails to Hold College Back 
December 7, 1932 Largest Squad in History Reports for Workout; Sic Lettermen Back News Wrestlers Grapple Daily for Places 
December 14, 1932 Head of Columbia College to Preach at Mid-Winter Evangelistic Meetings News R. McQuilkin to come to School Feb. 5 
December 14, 1932 Rev. John Bellingham News President to Speak at Nebraska College 
December 14, 1932 Mr. H. William Nordin News Sophomore Class to Offer Chapel Music Program 
December 14, 1932 Prof. Russel Mixter News Debaters Defeat Marquette, 180-20 at Concordia 
December 14, 1932 Wallace Emerson News Students to Organize College Chess Club 
December 14, 1932 Florence Manley News 'Wear Rubbers, Think of Others,' Warning of Nurse 
December 14, 1932 Negroes to Offer Character Presentation in Costume Thursday Evening News Tower of '34 to Present 5 Songsters 
December 14, 1932 The Wheaton Anthology News Anthology Sent to Press; Delivery Tomorrow 
December 14, 1932 What is Christimas? Articles Introducing the "Reviewer" 
December 14, 1932 An Act of Courtesy Opinions Student Opinion 
December 14, 1932 Zoology Short Comments The Gay Gargoyle 
December 14, 1932 Christmas Literature Driftwood 
December 14, 1932 Harriet Barr News Faculty to Dine Thursday Evening in Lower Chapel 
December 14, 1932 Orchestra Selection Below Par Music Zetterhome, McArthur Win Critic's Praise 
December 14, 1932 On Gifts Opinion Stella 
December 14, 1932 The City Park News 'Ice is Smoother than Ever Before' Town Board 
December 14, 1932 Pauline Rader News Pauline Rader to Address Student Volunteers Tonight 
December 14, 1932 Christmas Music, Poetry, and Discussion News Music Box Club Offers Christmas Program, Dec. 7 
December 14, 1932 Dr. L. Allen Higley News Dr. Higley to Lead World's Fair Tour 
December 14, 1932 Dorothy Verkuyl News Reading Feature Expression Recital 
December 14, 1932 David Staub News 'Cold Snap Checks Flu,' Reports Miss Puckey 
December 14, 1932 Arthur Valuable Debate Man News Harvey McArthur Enters Wheaton as Junior Rises; Rapidly to Leadership 
December 14, 1932 Ornage and Blue Wreslers to Hold Practice Meet with Y. W. C. A. Sports Grapplers to Open Season with Joliet 
December 14, 1932 Wheaton Ahead During First Half Sports Crusaders Drop First Cage Tilt to Oak Park 
December 14, 1932 Bass Important Cog Sports Captain Will Bass Beings Third Year as Varsity Dribble 
December 14, 1932 Captain Will Bass Short Comments on Sports Tipping 'em Off 
December 14, 1932 R. Gray Sports Football Team Elects Olander 1933 Captain 
December 14, 1932 Coach Civ Gustafson Sports Freshman Class Gives Football Men Banquet 
December 14, 1932 Crusaders to Meet Teachers on Home Floor for Conferance Opener Dec. 15 Sports DeKalb Team Faces Orange in Cage Meet 
December 14, 1932 Laurane Benson, Mary Weyer Dorothy Sutherland Win Cheerleading Honors Sports Academy Elects 3 Cheerleaders 
December 14, 1932 Shirley Peterson News Women Enroll in Apparatus Class 
December 14, 1932 David Wesley Soper News College Anthology divides Poems into Five Classifications 
December 14, 1932 Dr. R. L. Schofield News Dr. Schofield to Direct Chorus of 150 Voices  
December 14, 1932 Knox Gets Golf, Track Meet News Little '19' Rejects Plan for Division 
January 11, 1933 H. William Nordin to Direct Men Singers on Minneapolis Winter Concert Trip News Glee Club Begins Mid-Winter Tour On Friday, Jan. 27 
January 11, 1933 Earl Zetterholm News Juniors Elect Zetterholm To Assist Soerhide 
January 11, 1933 President James Oliver Buswell Short Comment Dr. Buswell Addresses Students at Arizona U.  
January 11, 1933 Helen Baskin News Buffalo Alumni Organize Club 
January 11, 1933 Food Chemistry Short Comment Wheaton College To Offer Course In Food Chemistry 
January 11, 1933 Teams to Hold First Contest At Manchester College at North Manchester, Ind. News Debaters Arrange Two Tourneys For Near Future 
January 11, 1933 Professor L. Allen Higley Short Comment Geology Classes Plan Journey to Chicago 
January 11, 1933 League of Evangelical Students News League to Hold Annual Rally 
January 11, 1933 Women's Debate Team news Women Debaters Strive for Positions On Debate Teams 
January 11, 1933 College Singers, Church Choirs Combine to Present Handel's Messiah Music Dr. Schofield To Conduct 3 Choruses 
January 11, 1933 History Club News History Club Obtains Moving Picture Outfit 
January 11, 1933 Books Rebound by Motor Book Bindery Short Comment Book Bindery Rebinds 250 Library Copies 
January 11, 1933 President Dr. Buswell Article President Enjoys Shopping For First Time in His Life 
January 11, 1933 Hall Dautell's Reorganized "Melodious Messengers" Short Comment Melodious Messengers to Broadcast Over WEHS 
January 11, 1933 "Magic Slates" Short Comment Staff of Tower Place "Magic Slates" on Sale 
January 11, 1933 One of The Greatest Americans of Modern Times Article Calvin Coolidge 
January 11, 1933 A New Year Article 1933 
January 11, 1933 In Memory of Henry Ekvall Article Henry Ekvall 
January 11, 1933 Friendship Column Student Opinion 
January 11, 1933 Humor Column The Gay Gargoyle 
January 11, 1933 Evangelistic Meetings Article Revival 
January 11, 1933 Winter Literature Driftwood 
January 11, 1933 Literary Societies Information Varied Programs Open Literary Society Year 
January 11, 1933 Mrs. Kathrine Tiffany  News 18th Century English Literature Class to Hold Banquet Jan. 13 
January 11, 1933 News of Alumni News Alumni 
January 11, 1933 Yes? No! Column Stella 
January 11, 1933 David Wesley Soper Short Comment Scarlet Fever Confines David Wesley Soper 
January 11, 1933 "Cootie" Party Short Comment Seventy Juniors Meet In Arrow Hall for "Cootie" Party Jan. 7 
January 11, 1933 People From The Country Short Comment One-Fourth of Ruralists Attend School Now 
January 11, 1933 Mrs. Elsie W. Schofield Short Comment Mrs. Elsie W. Schofield to Speak to Y.W.C.A. Jan. 16 
January 11, 1933 Ruth James News "Christ Never Changes Even Though Things Around Us Do," Says Ruth James, Philalethean President 
January 11, 1933 Wheaton Progressive Short Comment Wheaton Progressive Gives Weekly Copy to Library 
January 11, 1933 Coach Coray Article Coach Coray Plays Basketball With Clothes Pin on Corner of Street 
January 11, 1933 Thirteenth Newspaper Critical Service Information N.S.P.A. Contest Closes on Jan. 15 
January 11, 1933 Martha Paley News Depression Lifts For Martha Paley 
January 11, 1933 Arthur Kuschke News "Come Over Here Instantly! ... There's a Prowler in the Yard" Frosh Astrologist Fools Town Police 
January 11, 1933 College Buildings News College Buildings Given Mid-Year Repairing 
January 11, 1933 News of Alumni News Alumni Notes 
January 11, 1933 All But One of 21 Colleges in Conference to Play Games; Carbondale Inactive Sports  20 Little Nineteen Teams Engage in Battles This Week 
January 11, 1933 Jack Evans Information Evans Announces Training Table 
January 11, 1933 Women's Interclass Volleyball Tournament Sports Women Stage Tourney In Volley Ball at Gym 
January 11, 1933 Snippets of Sports Event Sports Tipping 'Em Off 
January 11, 1933 Undefeated Chicagoans to Place Best Team in Years Against Crusaders Sports Crane to Play Wheaton Cagers Here on Friday 
January 11, 1933 Wheaton's Varsity Wrestlers Sports Wheaton Wrestlers To Grapple at Cicero 
January 11, 1933 Intramural Basketball League Information Attention Intramural Basketeers 
January 11, 1933 Junior Varsity Sports Junior Varsity Crushes Glen Ellyn Bears, 39-28 
January 11, 1933 Wheaton College versus Chicago Technical College Sports Wheaton Defeats Chicago Tech. 48-26 
January 11, 1933 Wheaton Knights to Attack Elmhurst Pirates Thursday Jan. 12 Sports Basketeers to Play Elmhurst In Cage Fray 
January 11, 1933 Basketball Team Sports Alumni Fall Before Orange and Blue, 33-23 
January 11, 1933 Cyril Luckman Heads Music Club Program with "Life of Bach" News Academy Cagres To Play North park on Jan. 13 
January 11, 1933 News from the Academy News Junior Academy 
January 11, 1933 Intercollegiate News News Collegiate Chatter 
January 11, 1933 Exam Schedule Information Schedule of Examinations 
January 18, 1933 Debate Article Debate Team to Start Tour January 30 
January 18, 1933 League of Evangelical Students Article Evangelical League Accepts Report 
January 18, 1933 Volunteers Speaker Article Rev. D Gillespie to Address Volunteers at 7 To-night 
January 18, 1933 Semester Registration Information Second Semester to Open Jan. 30 
January 18, 1933 Bible College President Speaker Article Bible College Head to Lead Meetings 
January 18, 1933 History Society Article History Society Presents Two Reels of Pictures 
January 18, 1933 Dr. Samuel Johnson Speaking Article Eighteenth Century Characters Gather to Hear Dr. Johnson Discourse at Dinner 
January 18, 1933 Historic Watch Article Frosh Carries 'Old Chronometer' 
January 18, 1933 Banquet Garb Article Senior Class Says 'No' On Cap, Gown Query for Feb. 12 Banquet 
January 18, 1933 Women's Debate Article Women to Debate at Normal Jan. 19 
January 18, 1933 Faculty Meeting Article Faculty Attempts Two-Fold Goal 
January 18, 1933 Returning Student Article Wayne Amsler Returns to College after Absence 
January 18, 1933 Newspaper Editor Article Council Elects Marvin Derby Editor in Chief 
January 18, 1933 Juniors Article 5 Junior House Co-Eds Try Art of Home Making 
January 18, 1933 Art Exhibit Article Student Council to Sponsor Art Exhibit Jan. 27-Feb. 3 
January 18, 1933 Goodbye to Editor Article Farewell 
January 18, 1933 Basketball Sports Armour Tech and North Central 
January 18, 1933 Opinion Article Bridge? 
January 18, 1933 Poetry Column The Gay Gargoyle 
January 18, 1933 Poetry Column Driftwood 
January 18, 1933 Special Bulletin Information Editor Not Approved by Faculty 
January 18, 1933 Literary Societies Article 'Lights', Dinners, Election to Attrach Society Folk 
January 18, 1933 Opinion Article Stella 
January 18, 1933 Mary Louise Harrison Article Mary Louise Harrison Meets Life's Problems with Determination 
January 18, 1933 JV Debate Article Junior Varsity Faces Workout 
January 18, 1933 Debate Article Academy Places Six Students on Committee 
January 18, 1933 Basketball Sports Quintet Crushes Crane 55-52 in Fast Floor Game 
January 18, 1933 Wrestling Sports Player's Grapplers Defeat Morton, 21-11 
January 18, 1933 Basketball Sports Cagers to Play Armour Tomorrow 
January 18, 1933 Volleyball Sports Junior Women Win Volley Ball Laurels 
January 18, 1933 JV Basketball Sports Jayvee's Swamp Batavia Team, 71-17 
January 18, 1933 Basketball Team Sports Timming 'Em Off 
January 18, 1933 Basketball Sports Wheaton Dribblers to Meet Traditional Rivals Saturday 
January 18, 1933 Basketball Sports North Central to Invade Gym on January 21 
January 25, 1933 Students Obtains Winner of Aurora Preakness News President Buys Race Horse 
January 25, 1933 The Gay Gorgoyle Has a Past Information Gay Gargoyle Born in Hamburg; Normal Child 
January 25, 1933 A Recent Beauty Contest Entertainment Claribel King Wins County Beauty Contest 
January 25, 1933 A Sporty Student News Approach Exams With Sporting Ziel' Says Dean 
January 25, 1933 New Light Cast on Buswell's Voting News Interview Discloses Fact Prexy Voted for Rosenfeltz 
January 25, 1933 P.T.B. Removes Red Castle Girls, Bachelor's Club News 125 Kicked Out---P.T.B. 
February 1, 1933 New Newspaper Chief Assumes Official Position Infomation Edward Matson Begins Term as Record Chief 
February 1, 1933 Two Former Students Returned to Wheaton Information Two Former, Nine New Students Matriculate 
February 1, 1933 Work on the Tower Information Tower Work Progessing Rapidly, Reports Stauffer 
February 1, 1933 President James Oliver Buswell Information President Speaks in South Carolina 
February 1, 1933 Rev. titus Johnson of Gospel Tabernacle Unites Pair in Marriage News Rachel E. Weaver, Carl Olander Wed 
February 1, 1933 New Plans Information Editorial 
February 1, 1933 Student Council Heads Prayer Day. Hold Afternoon Services in College Chapel Information Day of Prayer Ends with Vesper Hour 
February 1, 1933 Wheaton Chapter of the Student Volunteer Band Information Student Volunteers to Attend Parley 
February 1, 1933 by Alberta Hansen Information First Annual Washington Banquet Called "Lincoln Banquet" Way back in 1909 
February 1, 1933 Vice-President, Dr. S. P. Young Campaign for Funds in South; to Go to West Coast News G. Kirk, S. Young to Carry Money Drive to West 
February 1, 1933 The Scripture Distribution Society News Wisconsin Students to Recieve Gospels 
February 1, 1933 College Christian Endeavor Sunday Information Freshmen to Lead C.E. on Sunday, February 5 
February 1, 1933 A Word of Explanation Information In Explanation 
February 1, 1933 The New Staff News Editorial Standards 
February 1, 1933 We Are Approaching a Week of Blessing or Defeat Short Comment Revival 
February 1, 1933 News Gathering and Editing is Primarily Hard Work Information Work on the Record 
February 1, 1933 The Second Chronicles Short Comment The Cost of Unbelief 
February 1, 1933 By Harriet Barr Short Comment Women to Install Officers; Men to Discuss, Strike, War 
February 1, 1933 Women Choose "Town Girls" For Pilots; Men Select Stowell, Fiol, Matson News literary Societies Elect New Heads 
February 1, 1933 The Sophomores Held a Class Meeting Thursday News Academy Sophs Elect J. Sawyer to Lead Class 
February 1, 1933 Campus Leader Graduates From Duluth High School To Matriculate at College Information College Rules Not too Stric, Says O' Brien 
February 1, 1933 a Decided Victory Sports Aels Win Inter-Society Volley Ball Tourney 
February 1, 1933 By The Reviewer Information "Art Exhibit Adds to Library,' Says Chicago Artist 
February 1, 1933 By Frank Lawerence News Intra-Mural Cagers In Opening To-Day 
February 1, 1933 Coach Coray to Send Men Against Strong Aurora Team; Not Set up Sports Dribblers to Face Aurora Thursday 
February 8, 1933 'America Awaits Christ-Centered College,' is Challenge of Evangelist News Dr, McQuilkin Asks Students to Yield Lives 
February 8, 1933 Harvey McArthur News McArthur, A. Deck to Give Orations at Augustana, Feb. 9, 10 
February 8, 1933 Alice Wallendorf News McQuilkin Urges 'Spirit-Filled Life' at First Meetings 
February 8, 1933 Harold Mackenzie News Junior Varsity Men to Debate N. U. Frosh at Evanston 
February 8, 1933 The Publicity Bureau News Council Votes to Levy Twenty Cent Tax 
February 8, 1933 Lawrence Bell News Laboratory Methods Aid Dr. Wright in Conforming 'Newcomer' to Chart 
February 8, 1933 Carleton Symphony Band to be Third Tower Feature; to Appear Feb. 14 Music Tower of '34 Signs Noted Concert Band 
February 8, 1933 Christian Culture Articles A Muddled World, Vesper 
February 8, 1933 Just a Word Short Comments The Gay Gargoyle 
February 8, 1933 Louise Rice '33 Literature Driftwood 
February 8, 1933 Harriet Barr News Entire Interclass Dating to Feature Banquet 
February 8, 1933 Stratton Shufelt Music James R. Gillette is Widely Known in Music Circles 
February 8, 1933 The Washington Banquet Opinion Stella 
February 8, 1933 Marion Isel News Academy Seniors Elect F. Lindbland Class President 
February 8, 1933 36 Wheaton Men under Nordin Tour Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa in Trip News Glee Club Visits Northwest Cities in Winter Tour 
February 8, 1933 Dr. C. Benton Eavery News Three Professors Offer New Courses 
February 8, 1933 David Wesley Soper News Ralph Wight Talks of Engineering Amidst Preachers, Evangelists 
February 8, 1933 Williston Hall News Ping-Pong, Corn Popping Take Leisure Hours of 'Dorm Girls' 
February 8, 1933 The Washington Banquet News Seniors to Wear Gowns in Chapel Friday, Feb. 17 
February 8, 1933 Wheaton's Green Wrestlers Overcome Experienced Group from Next County Sports Grapplers Defeat DeKalb Teachers in Difficult Match 
February 8, 1933 Delbert Nelson Sports Tuffies, Fourth Floor Open Intra-Murals 
February 8, 1933 Dorothy McCrone Sports Aels Win Inter-Society Volley Ball Contest 
February 8, 1933 Frank Lawrence Sports E. A. Coray to Finish Eighth Year Here 
February 8, 1933 Crusaders to 'Even Up' 7-6 Reverse; Both are Fast Teams Sports Cagers Gird for Forester Tilt Saturday 
February 8, 1933 Cautious Play Characterizes Opening, Wheatonites Show Scoring Ability Sports Y. College Quintet Falls Before Local by 38-27 Score 
February 8, 1933 Aurora Basketeers Fall Before Crusader Onslaught on Wheaton Court Sports Wheaton Varsity Defeats Aurora Cagers, 34-20 
February 15, 1933 Y.W.C.A., Leagues Delegates To Represent Wheaton at Eighth Convention News Calvin College Plays Host for League Meet 
February 15, 1933 Junior Varsity Debaters News Junior Varsity Debaters Meet Morton, Feb. 15 
February 15, 1933 Woman's Varsity Negative Team News Coed Debaters Plan Trip Through State To Leave Feb. 20 
February 15, 1933 First Aid Course Short Comment Miss Puckey Offers First Aid Course 
February 15, 1933 Students Evidence Working of Holy Spirit at 'Say-So' Meeting, Altar Call Response News Week of Meetings Proves to Be Season Of Spiritual Refreshment, Surrender 
February 15, 1933 Harold Bachman Music Local Band to Give Concert on March 7 
February 15, 1933 Rev. J.R. Hunter Short Comment Rev. J.R.Hunter to Address Volunteers on Canada Field 
February 15, 1933 Harvey McArthur News Banquet Committee Chooses McArthur For Toastmaster 
February 15, 1933 Student Union Short Comment "Union Business is Better"--- Dyrness 
February 15, 1933 Scripture Distribution Group Sends Gospel of John To Head off Buchmanism News S.D.S. Appeals For Financial Aid, Prayers 
February 15, 1933 Mr. M.W. Hale News "Best People in World Are Janitors,"--- Morton Hale 
February 15, 1933 Holy Spirit Article As The Spirit Leadeth 
February 15, 1933 The Achieving Painter Article Art Exhibit 
February 15, 1933 Create A Good Story Information Short Story Contest 
February 15, 1933 The Bond Of Human Fellowship Article Fellowship 
February 15, 1933 Humor Column The Gay Gargoyle 
February 15, 1933 The Spirit Filled Life Article Spirit Filled 
February 15, 1933 Live In Hope Literature Driftwood 
February 15, 1933 Literary Societies News Party, Literary Activities To Attract Society Folk 
February 15, 1933 David H. Heydenburk Music David Heydenburk To Present Recital 
February 15, 1933 The Washington Banquet Article Stella 
February 15, 1933 Epinonian Literary Society Literature Eps Meet In Academy Today, Art Is Theme 
February 15, 1933 Stewart Couper Short Comment Grad Studies in Edinburgh University 
February 15, 1933 Harvey McArthur and Amy Deck News Harvey McArthur, Amy Deck Return From Augustana 
February 15, 1933 Student Volunteer Organization News Volunteers Review Missionary Conference 
February 15, 1933 Men's Varsity Debate Team News Men Debaters Travel 2700 Miles; Participate In Twelve Contests 
February 15, 1933 Royal Society of Flunkers News Flunkers Organize Royal Society; Challenge Ninety-Fivers to Game 
February 15, 1933 The Men's Glee Club Music Men's Glee Club Sings In LaGrange Monday 
February 15, 1933 News of Alumni News Alumni Notes 
February 15, 1933 Fighting Orangemen Subdue Smooth Lake Forest Team In Hard Fought Battle Sports Cagers Take Foresters by 44-40 Victory 
February 15, 1933 Happenings Column Thru The Hoop 
February 15, 1933 Round-Robin Intramural Tournament Sports Round-Robin Meet Swings Into Action 
February 15, 1933 Wheaton Comets Sports Meteoric JayVees Bump "Comets" to Tune of 28-26 
February 15, 1933 Amy Seidenspinner Article Miss Seidenspinner Enjoys Work, Girls 
February 15, 1933 Crusaders Set to Trim Elmhurst, Wipe Out 27-26 Defeat by Naperville News Pirates, Cards Form Lineup For Week 
February 15, 1933 Basketball Sports Co-eds Turn Attention To House Basketball 
February 15, 1933 Organizational Directory Information Directory of Organizations 
February 15, 1933 Wheaton Varsity Sports Varsity Bows to Tech In 43-19 Defeat 
February 15, 1933 Geneva Van Dyke News "Youth Has Faith To Attain Success," Observes Debater 
February 15, 1933 George V. Kirk and S. P. Young News Kirk, Young Visit Texas In Financial Campaign 
February 15, 1933 Coach Player's Trained Seals News Coach Player's Seals Win Third Straight 
February 15, 1933 Wheaton Grapplers Sports Grapplers Defeat DeKalb Monday 
February 22, 1933 Theologian Speaker Article J.G. Machen To Talk Here on Feb. 26, 27 
February 22, 1933 Fraternity Mailing Article Sigma Pi Sigma Mails 'Wheaton Radiations' 
February 22, 1933 Engagement Article Jean Elliot, Class of '33, Announces Engagement 
February 22, 1933 Colonial Photos Article History Club to Give Colonial Pictures, Mar. 2 
February 22, 1933 Faculty Basketball Challenge Article Challenge 
February 22, 1933 Debate Article Professor Moule to Send Debate Teams to Indiana 
February 22, 1933 Volunteers Article Shauffele, Kahle to Review Conference Before Volunteers 
February 22, 1933 Short Story Contest Article First Record Short Story Contest Held in 1909; Won by T. Kennedy 
February 22, 1933 Scholastics Article Juniors, with 83.58 Average, Receive Scholastic Trophy 
February 22, 1933 Manners Article Manners 
February 22, 1933 Prison Singers Article Wheaton and Sing Sing 
February 22, 1933 Humor Questioned Article Questionable Humor 
February 22, 1933 Poem Article Found in a Station 
February 22, 1933 Poetry Column The Gay Gargoyle 
February 22, 1933 Poetry Column Driftwood 
February 22, 1933 Washington Banquet Article Speakers, Committees Complete Banquet Plans 
February 22, 1933 When Dining Column Stella 
February 22, 1933 Organ Recital Article Mildred Smith to Play Vespers 
February 22, 1933 Kreitonian Meeting Article Election of Officers, Music Features Kreitonian Meeting 
February 22, 1933 Fourth Floor Men Article Cliffdwellers Hold Prominent Positions in Campus Affairs 
February 22, 1933 Evangelical Theology Students Visit Article Men from Evangelical College Visit Campus 
February 22, 1933 Intercollegiate News Collegiate Chatter 
February 22, 1933 Campus Visitors Article Carleton Students Marvel at 'The Spirit of Wheaton' 
February 22, 1933 Debate Article Women's Debate Team Visits Illinois Colleges 
February 22, 1933 Basketball Sports Cagers Loses to N. Central by 29-40 Score 
February 22, 1933 Women Basketball Challenge Article Challenge 
February 22, 1933 Seals Article Player's Seals Chalk Up Seventh Victory 
February 22, 1933 Sports Commentary Sports Thru the Hoop 
February 22, 1933 Rifle Club Article Rifle Club Opens Tourney, Feb. 20; Hockman Directs 
February 22, 1933 Gym Class Article 100 Wheaton Men Take Gym; To Have Outing 
February 22, 1933 Basketball Sports Cagers Fall Before Elmhurst; 3rd Loss 
February 22, 1933 Basketball Sports Varsity Team Faces De Kalb in Return Tilt 
February 22, 1933 JV Basketball Sports Elmhurt Trounces Junior Varsity, 36-26 
February 22, 1933 New Book  Article 'After Mother India' Added to Library 
February 22, 1933 Physics Equipment Article Physics Department Receives Equipment for Lab. Research 
February 22, 1933 Evangelical Convention Article Fourteen Wheaton Students Attend League Parley 
February 22, 1933 Glee Club Soprano Article Betty Baker, Prominent Senior Once Considered Wellsley; Sister May Come Here 
February 22, 1933 Chess Tourney Article Moule and Much Begin Chess Tourney by Draw 
February 22, 1933 Debate Article Burt, Kirkland Fall Before North Park in Debate 
February 22, 1933 Inter-House Basketball Article Mills to Meet 'Owls' in Co-Ed Series Opener 
February 22, 1933 JV Basketball Sports Scrubs Succumb to Naperville JV's Watson Scores 
March 1, 1933 Donations of Friends Make Possible Distribution of Gospels of John  News S.D.S. Recieves Money to Meet Postage Needs 
March 1, 1933 Mrs. James Oliver Buswell News Dr., Mrs. Buswell go to Rockfor Banquet 
March 1, 1933 Oluf Jensen News Publicity Service to Hold Assembly in Downer Park 
March 1, 1933 Harold W. Bachman News Bachman to Present Woodwind Ensemble 
March 1, 1933 The Grando Indian Mission News Mr. C. H. Troutman to Show Slides to Volunteers tonight 
March 1, 1933 Group to Leave Mar. 31 on Visit to Large Cities of East; Schedule is not Complete News Women's Glee Club Plans on Eastern Trip 
March 1, 1933 Registrar Enock C. Dyrness Announces Names of Student Applicants News College to Confer 136 Degrees in June 
March 1, 1933 Clarence Stauffer News "Tower of '34 to be Best Annual Yet Put Out,'- Stauffer 
March 1, 1933 'Jamestown,' 4 Reel Movie, is Presentation; Dr. Tiffany to Speak News  History Group to Show Yale Play Thursday 
March 1, 1933 Registration Information Summer School to Have Two Terms, Bulletin Announces 
March 1, 1933 Raymond Horton News Men's Debate Team Finishes with Leaders at Manchester 
March 1, 1933 J. Oliver Buswell Articles They Deserve Praise, In Reply 
March 1, 1933 A Believer in Reform Opinions Student Opinion 
March 1, 1933 Dedication Short Comments The Gay Gargoyle 
March 1, 1933 Ruth M. James '33 Literature Driftwood 
March 1, 1933 Alice Wallendorf News Societies Resume Regular Activities After Banquet 
March 1, 1933 Red Lights Lend Festive Air News Banquet Justifies Position in Social Life, Says Critic 
March 1, 1933 Ray Kahle News Students Healthy, Infirmary Reports 
March 1, 1933 Clifford Von Riesen News Von Riesen Writes First Prize Essay in Legion Contest 
March 1, 1933 Harold W. Bachman Has Had Active Life in Musical Work in America News College Band Conductor is Well Known in Music Circles 
March 1, 1933 Mrs. G. J. Curran News St. Paul's Lutheran Sponsers Concert by Symphony 
March 1, 1933 Lester Harnish News College Workmen Raze Stack on Main Building 
March 1, 1933 Mrs. Leander T. Barnes News "Floating Assets' Claim Musicans, Meuagerie, Sleeping-out Privileges 
March 1, 1933 Graham is victim of Sliding Whipped Cream; Ballard Emerges Vitorious News Cream Cakes Prove Menace to Students' Hands, Clothing 
March 1, 1933 Aurora to Play Host Tonight as Hoopsters Enter Last Game of Season News Cagers Face Spartans in Final Battle 
March 1, 1933 The Gold Coasters Court Sports Lake Forest Cage Men Get Revenge by Winning 48-36 
March 1, 1933 Lake Forest Cartoon Thru the Hoop 
March 1, 1933 Mar. 11 is date set for Opening Rounds; Fred Stair to Act as Manager News Paddlewielders Again to Disturb Peace of Library in Record Ping Pong Meet 
March 1, 1933 Johnson Sports Hoopsters Fall before League Leading DeKalb Quintet 
March 1, 1933 Jorgenson Sports Crane Wreslters Topple Crusaders for First Defeat 
March 1, 1933 Profs Determined to Avenge Defeat of Last Year; Tilt to take Place Mar. 9 Sports Coray Grooms Faculty Cage stars for Game with Scribes 
March 1, 1933 Stanley Ray Sports 'W' Club Chooses Ray for New President 
March 1, 1933 Mr. Paderewski News The World Rolls On 
March 1, 1933 Jenkins Sports Jayvees Close Season by defeating DeKalb 
March 1, 1933 Dr. Machen News Professor Machen Leads Open Forum Sunday Afternoon 
March 1, 1933 Otto DeCamp, Former Li President, Presents Views for College Betterment News 'Social Room is Greatest Need on Campus' says DeCamp 
March 1, 1933 Elizabeth Howard News Volunteer Band Conducts Service 
March 8, 1933 Pi Kappa Delta News Wheaton Chapter Invites Students Of Two Hundred Institutions Here Mar. 31 
March 8, 1933 Geneva Van Dyke News Varsity Speakers Face Two Debates To-night  
March 8, 1933 Alice Wallendorf News Yearlings Name Frosh Editors  
March 8, 1933 Malcom Moule  Sports Moule Leads Chess Fans In Tournment  
March 8, 1933 Meal Tickets  Information  Office To Honor Checks As Payment On Meal Tickets  
March 8, 1933 H. William Nodin  Music Men Singers Schedule Trip Through East  
March 8, 1933 Miss Florence Todhunter  News Volunteers To Hear Of Boat Mission Work  
March 8, 1933 President James Oliver Buswell News President Buswell Speaks Before Lions Club, Legion  
March 8, 1933 Dr. Robert L. Schofield  Music Academy Mucic Club to Perform  
March 8, 1933 Dr. C. B. Eavey News Wheaton Eins 69th Place In Sophomore English Test  
March 8, 1933 Porter Heaps Music Music Box To Present Noted Organist in Recital, Mar 13 
March 8, 1933 Charles W Gordon  News Canadian Is Writer, Minister, Social Worker, War Veteran, Author of 28 Novels 
March 8, 1933 The Record Column  Worthy 
March 8, 1933 The Record  Column Fire 
March 8, 1933 The Record Column Unanswering Purpose 
March 8, 1933 The Record Column Student Opinion 
March 8, 1933 The Gay Gargoyle Column  Dedication  
March 8, 1933 Alice Wallendorf News Short Story Contests To Feature Programs 
March 8, 1933 Edgar Hoyt Smith News Elsie Reid, Smith Suprise Guests  
March 8, 1933 Dr. Kenneth Wuest News Moody Auxiliary Meets With Dr. Wuest  
March 8, 1933 Business and Professional Life News Stella 
March 8, 1933 George V. Kirk News Mr. Kirk, Dr. Young Arrive In Los Angeles  
March 8, 1933 French Club News Academy French Club Choose Officers, Friday  
March 8, 1933 Connor News The World Rols On  
March 8, 1933 Miss Cobb Music Musicals Feature Social Calendar  
March 8, 1933 El Militarismo Mejicano News Dewey Decimal System Used On Library Books  
March 8, 1933 David Wesley Soper News Frank Fiol, Celt President, Is Great Lover Of Fishing  
March 8, 1933 "Pat" O'Brien  News 'Y' House Men Hold Meetings By Fireside  
March 8, 1933 Mr. Jensen News Jensen Puts Lost, Found Articles On Auctioneer's Block  
March 8, 1933 Mat Maulers Sports Matmen take Armour Tech In Final Bout 
March 8, 1933 F. Lawrence  Sports Lawrence Captures Scoring Honors  
March 8, 1933 Mrs. Tiffany Sports Faculty Women prime For Game With Dots Tomorrow 
March 8, 1933 Vic Gustafson Sports Crusaders To Take Part In Naperville Indoor Track Meet 
March 8, 1933 Johnny Reimer  Sports Wresler to Meet U. Of C. Saturday  
March 8, 1933 Coray Sports Teachers To Use New Style Of Attack; Coaches Pick Probable Starring Lineup 
March 8, 1933 Cagers Sports Cagers Close Season With 8th Victory  
March 8, 1933 The Smiths News Directory Of Students Discloses Many Curious Facts About Names  
March 8, 1933 Jayvees Sports American Can Co. Noses out Jayvees 
March 8, 1933 Millard Cleveland  News Barbour, Wright, Hockman, Heiss Win Rifle Meet  
March 15, 1933 Humor, Tragedy, Adventure, Romance Characterize Winning Creations News Short Stories Show Various Fiction Styles 
March 15, 1933 Dr. Robert L. Schofield News Alumni of Academy to Present Musical Program Tomorrow 
March 15, 1933 David Brown News Chess Team to Play Illinois Normal 
March 15, 1933 Article in Last Week's Record Incites Imagination of Statistically Minded Journalist News Reporter Burrows Deeper into Name Question, Emerges with Fisch Storey 
March 15, 1933 Amy Deck  Information Aufustana Women Debaters to Meet Wheaton, Mar. 20 
March 15, 1933 Ann Salisbury News Students Study by Light of 395 Windows in Main Hall 
March 15, 1933 Dr. J. B. Mack News Biology Department to Study at Museum 
March 15, 1933 Dr. S. P. Young News Kirk, Young Unharmed in California Earthquake 
March 15, 1933 Noted Musicians of School to Assist Tumblers on High School Stage News Music, Brawn to Collaborate in Gym Show 
March 15, 1933 Mr. William Portier News Portier to Show Slides of African Missions 
March 15, 1933 Democracy Articles Personal Problems 
March 15, 1933 Life is that Way Short Comments The Gay Gargoyle 
March 15, 1933 Dorothy McDonald Literature Driftwood 
March 15, 1933 Alice Wallendorf News Boethallians to Celebrate Birthday Anniversary 
March 15, 1933 Vesper Organ News Claribel King to Give Organ Recital 
March 15, 1933 Miss Elizabeth Spooner News Pre-Medics See First Aid as Used in Practise 
March 15, 1933 Miss Alice Emmert News Alice Emmert, Don Brown become Engaged 
March 15, 1933 Goethe and Schiller News German Club to give Busts to Department 
March 15, 1933 Edward Carl Knechtel Information Alumni Notes 
March 15, 1933 Chicago's Mayor Opinion Stella 
March 15, 1933 DeWitt Jayne News Howard to Occupy Chair of New Art Club This Semester 
March 15, 1933 Dr. H. O. Taylor News Genevieve Van Houtum, Gibson to read Papers 
March 15, 1933 John Page News Page Returns Home After Mastotd Operation 
March 15, 1933 Dr. Eavey Editor Correction 
March 15, 1933 Russell Casler News Academy Musicans Discuss Works of John Phillip Sousa 
March 15, 1933 Savants Draw Ahead with Last Minute Basket at End of Grueling Contest Sports Record Falls to Teachers by 26-25 Tally 
March 15, 1933 Frank Moose Lawrence Sports Lawrence to Captain Basketeers Next Season 
March 15, 1933 C. Olander Sports Olander Wins Hurdle Event at Naperville 
March 15, 1933 Los Angeles Junior College News Women Bow and Arrow Squad to Enter Intercollegiate Meet 
March 15, 1933 The Dorothy-Faculty Game Sports Faculty Holds Dorothys to Tie 
March 15, 1933 The Junior- Senior Game Sports Women Plan to Start Interclass Basketball 
March 15, 1933 Edward Kellogg News Grapplers Elect Kellogg Captain of 1934 Team 
March 15, 1933 Men's Literary Associations to Play Tomorrow and Saturday Sports Inter-Society Basketball Tourney Rages This Week 
March 15, 1933 D. Gray Cartoon Thru the Hoop 
March 22, 1933 Wilbur Russell Mixter News Prof., Mrs. Russell Mixter Announce Birth of Son 
March 22, 1933 Faculty Approves New Requirements for Degrees, Regroup Departments News New Catalog To Announce Many Revises 
March 22, 1933 Vice President Writes Letter To Office Describing Recent Tremor News Mr. Kirk Tells of Experiences During California Earthquake 
March 22, 1933 Wheaton Publicity News Publicity Group Gives Program at Geneva 
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