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


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March 22, 1933 Ruling Calls for Awarding of Letters, Numerals, on New Basis News Council Revises Athletic Ruling 
March 22, 1933 Wheaton College Scholastic Honor Society News Scholastic Honor Society to Award New Membership 
March 22, 1933 Women's Glee Club Music Women's Glee Club To Present Concert 
March 22, 1933 Second Exhibition to Present Five Types of Gynmastics; Merchants Sponsor Show News Evans' Tumblers to Appear At High School, Saturday 
March 22, 1933 The Melodious Messengers Short Comment Messengers to Conduct Meeting in Barrington 
March 22, 1933 Sermon Material Article Watchfulness 
March 22, 1933 Next Week's Wheaton Record Issue to Be Published by The Freshman Class Article Best Wishes 
March 22, 1933 The Banking Situation Article Banks 
March 22, 1933 Opinion Column Student Opinion 
March 22, 1933 Humor Column The Gay Gargoyle 
March 22, 1933 Eternal and Temporal Treasures Article Treasure 
March 22, 1933 God, From Thee Literature Driftwood 
March 22, 1933 Literary Societies News Literary Societies to Have Varied Themes, Friday 
March 22, 1933 Late Bulettin to The Record Information Extra 
March 22, 1933 Academy Boy's Basketball Team News Academy G.A.A. Holds Party for Basketball Men 
March 22, 1933 Academy Alumni Information Academy Alumni Notes 
March 22, 1933 Academy News Short Comment Academy Graduates Lead Chapel Service 
March 22, 1933 Academy News Short Comment Junior Academy Celebrates St. Patrick's Day 
March 22, 1933 "W" Club Presents Captain Lawrence with Glenn Gates Cole Trophy News Arrows Beat Celts to Win Society Crown 
March 22, 1933 Women's Athletic Association News W.A.A. Elects Abby Prendergast New President 
March 22, 1933 Ping Pong Tournament to Close With Men's, Women's Tilts, Saturday Sports 6 Paddle-wielders To Fight for Cup 
March 22, 1933 Baseball Team Short Comment Academy Athletic Assn. Elects Fields, Captain 
March 22, 1933 Abby Prendergast News Abby Prendergast Shows Ability In Many Sports 
March 22, 1933 Thirty-five Aspirants Respond; Team Is Better Balanced This Year Sports Track Coach Issues Call For First Practice 
March 29, 1933 Dr. Orrin E. Tiffany News Society Gives Honor Group Membership 
March 29, 1933 Professor Enoch C. Dyrness News Prexy Presents Diplomas 
March 29, 1933 Glen Smith News Men Singers Visit Moody Institute  
March 29, 1933 Pi Kappa Delta News Debaters to Complete In Forensic Contest  
March 29, 1933 Harvey McArthur News Varsity Debaters Complete Season  
March 29, 1933 The Glee Club News Our Professors Recollect Their Own Freshman Days 
March 29, 1933 Harold Mackenzie News Freshman Have Able Officers  
March 29, 1933 Cafeteria News College to Change Cafeteria Rulings 
March 29, 1933 Malcolm Moule Sports Olander Tops Chess Tourney; Moule Loses 
March 29, 1933 Carl Schauffele News Student Body Tp Celebrate Clean -Up Day  
March 29, 1933 The Record Column  Friendship 
March 29, 1933 The Record Column Activities 
March 29, 1933 The Record Column Chapel Reverence  
March 29, 1933 The Garrulous Gryphon Column Obituary Notice 
March 29, 1933 Harriet Barr News Students to Read Six Short Stories, March 30 
March 29, 1933 President J. Oliver Buswell Jr. News President Buswell Entertains Bible Majors 
March 29, 1933 An Engagement  News Tower bell Rings For Lila Mojonnier, Ken Muck 
March 29, 1933 Elwood Heaton News Elwood Heaton, Ex '34, Passes Away, Saturday  
March 29, 1933 Frank Fiol News Miriam Barber, Alvin Morris Announce Engagement  
March 29, 1933 Clara Wiggs Music Women's Glee Club Presnts Home Concert 
March 29, 1933 Margaret Schmitthenner News Expression Department To Presnt Recital  
March 29, 1933 Dr. Paul m. Wright News Dr. Wright To Sponsor New Rifle Club 
March 29, 1933 Mrs. K. C. Shapleigh News College Sponsors Art Organization  
March 29, 1933 Field Museum In Chicago News Biology Department To Visit Museum  
March 29, 1933 henry J. Burrow News 'A Case of Scarlet Fever' Reports Miss Puckey 
March 29, 1933 Reynolds News English Lit Classes To Visit Chicago 
March 29, 1933 Dr. J. D. Skinner News Student Volunteers Visit Northwestern  
March 29, 1933 The Kreits Sports Eps Face Kreits in Inter-society Cage Tourney  
March 29, 1933 Class of '36 News Freshman Class Shows Ability In Many Collegiate Activities  
March 29, 1933 Freshmen News Freshmen Find Happy Homes  
March 29, 1933 Baseball Men  Sports Local Nine's Card Show 14 Contests  
March 29, 1933 Gene Lind Sports Jack Evans Stages Gymnast Exhibition 
March 29, 1933 DeKalb Sports Spring Sport Spasms 
March 29, 1933 Myrtle McCarrell Sports Sophs Win Cargers Championship Again  
March 29, 1933 Tuffies Sports Tuffies Receive Intramural Crown  
March 29, 1933 Wresling Sports Six Matmen To Wrestle Ill. Normal  
March 29, 1933 The Police News Detectives Prove Clue To Be False  
March 29, 1933 Tuffies News Fourth Floor bows to Tuffies  
March 29, 1933 Ben Coleman  Sports Coleman Beats Chamberlain Annex Tromphy  
March 29, 1933 University Of Wisconsin  News S. D. S. Receives Fifteen Answers From College Men  
March 29, 1933 Dr. Eavy News Dr. Eavey Plans Chi Sigma Theta Education Society  
April 5, 1933 Morton High Team Falls to Champions in Local Tournament Sports Elgin Debate Squad Wins Tourney Cup 
April 5, 1933 The Fifth Central Regional Conference  News League to Hold Fifth Conference at Moody 
April 5, 1933 Sophs Choose Editor, Business Manager at Class Meeting, March 29 News R. Nicholas, Suttie to Head' 35 Tower 
April 5, 1933 Overcrowded Librarian Problem Information Library No Longer Requrres Use of Room E311 for Overflow 
April 5, 1933 edna Suckau News Edna Suckau Wins First Place Award in Story Contest 
April 5, 1933 Department Achives Evident Progress Under Leadership of Dr. Higley Information College Improves Geology Facilities 
April 5, 1933 A.E. Parkerm Head of Woodstock School, to Address Student Volunteers Information Indian Educator to Talk to-night 
April 5, 1933 The Christian and Missionary Alliance News Missionary Alliance to Hold Convention Here 
April 5, 1933 Gary-Wheaton Bank Information College to Help in Freeing Frozen Assets of Gary-Wheaton Bank 
April 5, 1933 The Aquaint Educational Institutions of the Central States Information Teacher Placement Bureau Mails 60 Letters of Approval 
April 5, 1933 Each Individual Life Counts Short Comment Influence 
April 5, 1933 To the Freshman Class News Dedication 
April 5, 1933 God will Take Charge Short Comment His Plan 
April 5, 1933 Alice Wallendorf News Social Spotlight of Week Focuses on Vacation Plans 
April 5, 1933 Freshman Class Entertained News Academy Frosh Entertain Sophs at Party, Friday 
April 5, 1933 Edward Cording News Manger of Glee Club Travels Far for College 
April 5, 1933 Veteran Varsity Star to Lead Promising Team of Experienced Players Sports Chamberlain to Captain Tennis Team 
April 5, 1933 The Tuffies News Bell Leads Tuffies to Championship of Intramural League 
April 5, 1933 Donald Hockman News Hockman, Heiss to Lead Newly Formed Gum Club 
April 5, 1933 Kelogg, Austin Decisively Cop Middleweight, Light-Weight Honors Sports Crusaders Score 19 Points in Meet at Illinois Normal 
April 26, 1933 Sigma Pi Sigma Chooses New Cabinet at Recent Meeting News Fraternity Elects Olson New Leader 
April 26, 1933 The Student Volunteer Band News Student Volunteers to Elect Officers To-night  
April 26, 1933 Wheaton Collge Will Host Christian Conference News Missionary Alliance Meet to Begin in Chapel 
April 26, 1933 Morton W. Hale News Janitor Force Does Unusual Amount of Pre-Easter Work 
April 26, 1933 Evangelical Students Reelect Arthur Konrad President News League, Local Y.W.C.A. to Consolidate  
April 26, 1933 Students of the Geology Class Information Geology Students to Visit Field Museum, Saturday 
April 26, 1933 Scripture Distripution Society  Information S.D.S. President Appeals for Funds to Cover Postage 
April 26, 1933 President of Returned Glee Club Describes Type of Music to be Offered Music Men Singers to Appear in Home Concert  
April 26, 1933 President Buswell Information President Buswell's Calendar Includes Trips to Many States  
April 26, 1933 High Standards Information Liquor 
April 26, 1933 High Mark in Exam News Student Opinion 
April 26, 1933 Editorial News Dedication 
April 26, 1933 Christian as Sheep Short Comment Mulishness 
April 26, 1933 Aliec Wallendorf Information Societies Resume Regular Programs after Vacation 
April 26, 1933 Miss Gudrun Thorlakson Submits Paper to Scholastic Magazine to Receive Award News Academy Teacher Wins $25 Prize 
April 26, 1933 Wheaton College Information Stella 
April 26, 1933 Wallace Emerson News Dean Emerson to Return From Trip This Week 
April 26, 1933 Rhoda Pope News Singers, Directors, Return from 3000 Mile Eastern Trip 
April 26, 1933 DeWitt Jayne Information DeWitt Jayne Directs Weekly Sketch Class 
April 26, 1933 Poetic Theme Is Feature of Ep's Meeting; Women Cragers' Tourney to Finish Soon Information Latin Club Has Forum on Rome 
April 26, 1933 George V. Kirk News Vice-President Kirk Tells Experiences of Recent Trip 
April 26, 1933 Crusaders Swamp Aurorans In First Baseball Victory of Season Sports Diamondmen Trim Aurora Squad, 24-10 
April 26, 1933 Led by Captain Lawrence News Cindermen Take Six First Awards in Dekalb Meet 
April 26, 1933 Wheaton College Girls' Varsity  Sports Coed Tennis Team is Victorious Over Windy City Girls 
April 26, 1933 Wheaton Squad to be Host at Tennis Meet, May 6; Team to Play To-morrow News Local Courts To Be Scene of Sectionals  
May 3, 1933 John Linquist to Serve as President for Next Year; V. Atchinak to Speak News Volunteers to Install New Heads 
May 3, 1933 Iridell Clark News Ministerial Students Plan Work Bureau 
May 3, 1933 Marjorie McShane News Speech Students to Give Recital 
May 3, 1933 N. S. P. A. Rating Sheet Shows Gain Over Last Year; Critic Praises New Headline Type News Record Receives First Class Score 
May 3, 1933 Jonathan B. Cook News Student Orators to Complete In Cook Contest, May 10, 11 
May 3, 1933 Clara Wiggs, L. Williams, Elizabeth Mortenson to Give Readings Soon News Three Coeds Plan Senior Presentations 
May 3, 1933 Chi Sigma Theta to Expand to National Society; Chapter has 30 Charter Members News Educators Form Honor Fraternity 
May 3, 1933 Moody Christian Education Director to Speak on 'Earth-Theater of the Universe' News Mr. C. H. Benson to Lecture Here 
May 3, 1933 Dr. Jack Welch, Jr.  News Rev. Evan Welch, '27, to Take Church Here 
May 3, 1933 Peoria to be Scene of State Convention; Officials to Give Contest Results News Four Scribes to Drive to Press Meet 
May 3, 1933 Mr. R. Kuiper News National President Talks to League, Y. W.  
May 3, 1933 Alf LeRoy Urseth Music Little Symphony Orchestra to Give Concert on May 19 
May 3, 1933 Gleen Gates Cole Articles Communism, Pacifist Organizations 
May 3, 1933 Dedication Short Comments The Gay Gargoyle 
May 3, 1933 Inez Larse, '31 Literature Driftwood 
May 3, 1933 Alice Wallendorf News Coed Societies to Crown Bow May Queen, Friday 
May 3, 1933 The Red Castle News Dorm Girls to Entertain, May 6 
May 3, 1933 Checker Tourney is Feature of Week; Eps Make Study of Etiquette News Academy Kreits will Investigate Realm of Artists 
May 3, 1933 Joseph Stowell News Bulletin Board to Give Missionary Prayer Needs 
May 3, 1933 The Dorm Girls Opinion Stella 
May 3, 1933 Joseph Stowell News Dorothy McDonald to Edit Student Guide Next Year 
May 3, 1933 The Evangelical Theological College of Dallas News Dallas Seminary to Raise Requirements 
May 3, 1933 Music Box Sponsors Return Engagement of Nationaly Known Organist Music Edwin Seder to Present Organ Music 
May 3, 1933 Fred H. Leach News Dallas Teacher Heads Southwestern Alumni 
May 3, 1933 The First Reformed church of Roseland News Women's Glee Club Closes Season in Roseland Church 
May 3, 1933 Wheaton, Elmhurst lose to North Central; L. Ogan Wins Javelin Throw Sports N. C. Emerges Victorious in Cinder Meet 
May 3, 1933 The Maroons Sports Varsity Tennis Squad Bows to Chicago, 6-0 
May 3, 1933 Chaptian Lind Sports Armour Technical Outbats Orangemen in 13-3 Victory 
May 3, 1933 Margaret DeVeny Sports Coed Tennis Players Defeat North Central 
May 3, 1933 Dorothy McDonald Sports Official Announce Campus Day Sports Despite Postponing 
May 3, 1933 The Scripture Distribution News S. D. S. to have Annual Chapel Service Tomorrow 
May 3, 1933 Glee Clubs to help Tumblers in Glenbard High School Performance News Evans' Gym Team to give Second Show 
May 10, 1933 Five Men to Travel Through Middle-Western States, To Conduct Meetings News Ambassadors Plan Summer Gospel Tour 
May 10, 1933 Scripture Distribution Society News Student Body Gives $65 to S.D.S. in Chapel 
May 10, 1933 Chess Team Sports Local Team Beats Armour in First Chess Tourney 
May 10, 1933 Play-day Sports Sports "Play Day" to Take Place Of Annual Campus Day 
May 10, 1933 Wallace Emerson to Receive Doctor of Philosophy Degree from U. of S.C. News Dean of Men To Leave for West Coast 
May 10, 1933 Class of '35 Lists Candidates for Offices of next Year; Group To Hold Party as Planned News Sophs Convene To Name Heads 
May 10, 1933 Original Autographs Display News Library Displays Autographs Of World-Famous Characters 
May 10, 1933 Alpha Delta News Parleys, Speakers Attract Delegates At Press Meeting 
May 10, 1933 Oratorical Society Short Comment Orators to Hold Outdoor Meeting on Campus Slope 
May 10, 1933 Dr. Herbert Moule Short Comment Dr. Moule Announces Course in Renaissance 
May 10, 1933 Tower of '34 Short Comment Tower of '34 Staff to Make Annual Dedication, May 25 
May 10, 1933 Coeds to Give Orations in First Round of Contest; Men Speak To-morrow News Cook Contest Aspiratns to Vie To-night 
May 10, 1933 Ornithology Class Short Comment Ornithologists Make Visit to Arboretum 
May 10, 1933 Gallery Rifle Range Short Comment Gun Club to Open Gallery Rifle Range on Saturday 
May 10, 1933 Knowing Fellow Students Article Friendships 
May 10, 1933 A Mother Article Mother 
May 10, 1933 The Influence of Wheaton College Article Making Wheaton Known 
May 10, 1933 Humor Column The Gay Gargoyle 
May 10, 1933 The Gospel Is Good News Article The Gospel 
May 10, 1933 Musings Literature Driftwood 
May 10, 1933 By Alice Wallendorf News Open Meetings, Parties To Feature Week End 
May 10, 1933 Beauty Column Stella 
May 10, 1933 Zoology Department Short Comment Zoology Department Receives Butterflies 
May 10, 1933 Edith Northrop News Coeds Crown Bow President Queen Of May Activities 
May 10, 1933 Students Read Papers in Club Meeting; Baseball Club Loses 5-1 News L. Urseth Plays Before Academy 
May 10, 1933 Dark Horses Come Through To Upset Favorites; Meet Takes Place at N.C. Sports Elmhurst Team Makes Clean Sweep in Net Tournament 
May 10, 1933 Ball Game Sports Cardinals Outplay Crusaders By 14-4 
May 10, 1933 Dr. Laurence M. Gould Short Comment Laurence Gould Receives Dept. of Geology Chair 
May 10, 1933 Wheaton Track Team Sports Pirate Cindermen Outclass Wheaton In Dual Meet 
May 10, 1933 Second Annual First Aid Contest Short Comment First Aid Classes Compete In Red Cross Meet, May 17 
May 10, 1933 Varsity Team to Leave To-mor-row for Milikan to Compete In State Match Sports Coeds to Enter Tennis Tourney 
May 10, 1933 Northern Illinois Invitational Meet Sports Thin Clads to See Action at Illinois Invitational Meet 
May 10, 1933 Lake Forest, North Central Will Furnish Opposition This Weekend Sports Coraymen's Card Shows Two Barriers 
May 10, 1933 Women's Intersociety Baseball Tournament Sports Women to Begin Ball Tourney Next Week 
May 17, 1933 Orchestra Article Dr. Simons to Direct At Concert 
May 17, 1933 Art Club Article Sketching Club to Exhibit Original Work Next Month 
May 17, 1933 Fraternity Article Richie to Head Chi Sigma Theta 
May 17, 1933 Debate Union Article Forensic Societies to Join in Banquet 
May 17, 1933 Oratorical Society Article Oratorical Club Elects Contest Winner President 
May 17, 1933 Biological Survey Article College Man Bands Birds for United States Biological Survey 
May 17, 1933 Orchestra Recital Article Heydenburk's Classes to Present Recital, Monday 
May 17, 1933 Honor Fraternity Article Staff Members Ask for Chapter of Honor Fraternity 
May 17, 1933 Philosophy Class Article Departments Give Course in History of Philosophy 
May 17, 1933 Student Council Ballot Article White Ballot Cast for Newpapermen; Lines, Kellogg to Lead Publicity Service 
May 17, 1933 Oratoritorical Contest Article Amy Deck, Doyle Brewington Win First Awards in Contest 
May 17, 1933 Advice Column Anti-Procrastinationalism 
May 17, 1933 Chemistry Article Science and Culture 
May 17, 1933 Integration Opinion Frantic Piety 
May 17, 1933 Noise Opinion Student Opinion 
May 17, 1933 Poetry Column The Gay Gargoyle 
May 17, 1933 Poetry Column Driftwood 
May 17, 1933 Girl's Party Article Outsiders to Entertain College Men, Saturday 
May 17, 1933 Parish Party Article Girls to Give Party at Trinity Parish 
May 17, 1933 Literary Socities Article Aels, Arrows, Belts, Celts 
May 17, 1933 Missionary Speaker Article Volunteers to Hear Titus Johnson, '28 
May 17, 1933 Organ Recital Article Senior to Present Closing Musicale on Organ, Sunday 
May 17, 1933 Faculty Women's Club Article Faculty Women Name Officers on May 27 
May 17, 1933 Quintet Concerts Article Quintet to Complete Winter Series, Sunday 
May 17, 1933 Latin Course Article Miss Blaine Announces Beginning Latin Course 
May 17, 1933 Literary Societies Meeting Article Eps, Keits Will Discuss World's Fair, Saturday 
May 17, 1933 Epinoian Society Article Eps Discuss China 
May 17, 1933 Track Team Sports Track Team to Compete in State Meet 
May 17, 1933 CoEd Tennis Sports Coed Tennis Plays Place High in Tourney 
May 17, 1933 Baseball Sports Crusaders Fall Before Elmhurst's Onslaught, 11-5 
May 17, 1933 Sports News Sports Sports Spasms 
May 17, 1933 Track Team Sports Tracksters Break Records; Gain Sixth Place in Meet 
May 17, 1933 Gospel Team Article 'Crusaders' Gospel Team, to Lead Chapel 
May 17, 1933 Tennis Sports Newsom Scores Win in Match 
May 17, 1933 Baseball Sports Local Nine Loses 2 to 1 to League Leaders, Monday 
May 17, 1933 Summer School Information Summer School Arrangement Meets Approval, -- Dryness 
May 17, 1933 Baseball Sports Baseballmen Meet Armour Tech Today 
May 17, 1933 YWCA Article Y.W.C.A. League Adopt Four Proposals 
May 24, 1933 Gymnastic Team Article Gymnasts to Give Second Presentation 
May 24, 1933 Cafeteria Steward Article Miss Florence McDuffy Becomes College Steward 
May 24, 1933 State Peace Contest Article Amy Deck Will Orate at Normal 
May 24, 1933 Record Staff Pins Article 39 Staff Members Become Eligible for Record Pins 
May 24, 1933 Registration Information Registration, Frosh Days to be Sept. 13-15 
May 24, 1933 Yearbook Article Tower of '34 to Dedicate Book, May 25 
May 24, 1933 Exams Article Sophomores Begin Exams 
May 24, 1933 Senior Coats Article Juniors Select Coats for Women, Jackets for Men 
May 24, 1933 Yearbook Staff Article Year Book Editor Announces Tentative Staff for Tower 
May 24, 1933 Volunteers Speaker Article Miss Ella McArthur to Address Volunteer To-night 
May 24, 1933 Commencement Speaker Article J.S. Luckey to Address Class of '33 
May 24, 1933 Commencement Exercises Information Exercises to Open June 8 
May 24, 1933 Commencement Program Information Full Program Sunday 
May 24, 1933 Alumni Article Alumni Voices 
May 24, 1933 Faculty and Student Relations Article Professor and Student 
May 24, 1933 Insurance Article Health Insurance 
May 24, 1933 Opinion Column Student Opinion: Mush 
May 24, 1933 Poetry Column The Gay Gargoyle 
May 24, 1933 Poetry Column Driftwood 
May 24, 1933 Devotion Column Attractiveness 
May 24, 1933 Banquets Article Record, Society Banquets Appear in Near Future 
May 24, 1933 Literary Society Meetings Article Literary Societies 
May 24, 1933 Anonymous Letters Article Stella 
May 24, 1933 Recital Article Third Senior to Present Recital 
May 24, 1933 Newspaper Editor Award Article Editor to Present Quill to Successor at Banquet 
May 24, 1933 Yearbook Banquet Article Tower Staff to Survey Product at Dinner 
May 24, 1933 Organ Recital Article Virginia Squires to Present Recital 
May 24, 1933 Senior Fun Article Seniors to Frolic Over Week End 
May 24, 1933 Scholastic Honor Society Article Scholastic Societies Observe Open House 
May 24, 1933 News Contest Article Two Prep Students Win in Contest 
May 24, 1933 Academy  Article Bushes, Shrubs Beautify Academy 
May 24, 1933 Academy Baseball Article Academy Loses to Crane, Lake Forest 
May 24, 1933 Checkers Article Richard Buffum Wins Checker Tourney 
May 24, 1933 Forensic Societies Article Forensic Societies to Give Dinner at Open Gate 
May 24, 1933 Staff Recovering Article Harold Van Broeckhoven is Recovering after Illness 
May 24, 1933 Journalism Article Former Record Editor Gives Three Goals for Journalism 
May 24, 1933 Dorm Refurbish Information College Dormitories to be Refurnished Next Year 
May 24, 1933 Mills Cottage Article 'Millers' Tell Home Secrets 
May 24, 1933 Summer School Information 'Prospects for Summer School Good', says Head 
May 24, 1933 Senior Recounts Wheaton Article Clara Wiggs Recounts Experiences, Impressions of Wheaton Living 
May 24, 1933 Sales Organization Article Salesmen Plan for Summer in Pennsylvania 
May 24, 1933 Women's Tennis Sports Coeds Down Cardinals in Two Meets 
May 24, 1933 Field Day Games Article Class of '35 Wins Play Day Contests 
May 24, 1933 Senior Sportsmen Sports Departing Seniors Will Leave Gap in Local Lineups 
May 24, 1933 Sports Information Sports Spring Sports Spasms 
May 24, 1933 Track Sports Wheaton College Track Records 
May 24, 1933 Track Sports State Normal Takes Meet; Breaks 880, Mile Records 
May 24, 1933 Baseball Sports League Leaders Defeat Locals 
May 24, 1933 Baseball Club Sports Local Baseball Club Defeats Aurora Nine 
May 24, 1933 Tennis Sports Netmen Lose to Pirates, 4-2, Monday 
May 24, 1933 Baseball Sports Local Nine Loses to Armour, North Central 
May 24, 1933 Honor Society Article Honor Group Nominates 22 Members 
May 24, 1933 Publicity Service Article Publicity Bureau Mails 650 Items 
May 24, 1933 Alumnus Author Article Wheaton Graduate Writes Book on Transcendentalism 
May 24, 1933 Astronomy Article 'Students Are Finding New Meridan Line', says Taylor 
May 24, 1933 Wheaton Distribution Society Article S.D.S. Reports Prayer Answers; Work to be Done 
May 24, 1933 New Major Information Christian Education Major is Available 
September 20, 1933 Homer Hammontree, Paul Beckwith Assist Seminary Professor in Meetings Information  Dr. Van Til Presides as Evangelist 
September 20, 1933 Reduced Charges for Infirmary News Infirmary Decides on Many Changes in Charges, Hours 
September 20, 1933 The Men's Glee Club Music Shufelt, Busch Head Glee Club 
September 20, 1933 The Wheaton College Summer School Information Summer Attendance Shows 25% Increase 
September 20, 1933 Kellogg and His Crew News Wheaton Students Spend Summer in Sales Work 
September 20, 1933 Robert Nicolas News R. nicholas to be Homecomming Head for October 27-29 
September 20, 1933 Student Council Passes Soph Resolutions Governing Conduct of Freshmen News Sophs to Orgnize Court; Name "Cops", Punishments 
September 20, 1933 President and Mrs. Buswell to Accompany English Professor on Trip News Dr. E.S. Dow Will Journey East, Friday 
September 20, 1933 The Expression Department News Thompson to Present Expression Recital 
September 20, 1933 The League of Evangelical Students Information League performs Summer Mission Among Caddies 
September 27, 1933 Dr. Van Til Preaches Final Sermon from Revelation Four News Evangelistic Week Ends Last Sunday 
September 27, 1933 Welcome  Short Comment Welcome Newcomers into the Wheaton Family 
September 27, 1933 Christ's Command Short Comment Helping The Holy Spirit 
September 27, 1933 Consistent Patronage Short Comment Wheaton is against Intoxicating Beverages 
September 20, 1933 Dr. Van Til Short Comment Happy To be Here Declares Dr. Van Til 
September 20, 1933 Alice Wallendorf Information Societies Name leaders; Make Informal Plans 
September 20, 1933 Annual Faculty Reception Information New Students Attend Faculty Party, Friday 
September 20, 1933 Phils Give Treasure Hunt Last Thursday; Bows, Aels to Entertain Friday, Saturday News Women's Societies Give Pre-Informals 
September 20, 1933 Team is Weakend by Graduations; Schedule Shows Two New Opponents Sports Grid Squad Faces Seven Stiff Games 
September 20, 1933 Captain Hanna News Ten Veterans Vie With 20 Freshmen For Track Berths 
September 20, 1933 Logic Professor to Address Morning Congregations in Homecoming Service Infomation D.A. Straw to Preach on October 29 
September 20, 1933 Disraeli, a Historical Drama News Reader to Present Parker's Disraeli' 
September 20, 1933 D. Whistler Jayne  News Art Group Elects Jayne Head Plans Sketch Class 
September 20, 1933  Captain of Cops Elected News Sophmore Class Wins Approval on Freshman Rules 
September 20, 1933 Women Also Choose Question Information State Selects New Topics For Debaters 
September 20, 1933 The Summer Tour of the Wheaton College Quintet News Gospel Team Tours 14 States, Holds One Hundred Meetings 
September 20, 1933 Dr. Robert L. Schofield News Dr. R. Schofield Plans to Present Handel's Messiah 
September 20, 1933 Chicago Photographers to Do Work; Old Glosses May be Used by Upperclassmen News Tower to Begin Taking Pictures, Monday, Oct..2  
September 20, 1933 Everett Nicholas to Occupy Job of Business Manager For Coming Year Information Olson to Be Director of S.D.S. Work 
September 20, 1933 Kellogg News Lines, Kellogg Lead Public Service 
September 20, 1933 The Six Literary Societies Short Comment A Hospitable Gesture 
September 20, 1933 Student Opinion Information About Printing Opinion 
September 20, 1933 Tenting Tonight News Belts to Spend Night in Camp 
September 20, 1933 The So-called "interlectualism" Short Comment  Resume 
September 20, 1933 Lloy Douglas Short Comment To Know Christ is To Become "Obssessed" 
September 20, 1933 The Challenge of the Soul Information The Challenge of Wheaton 
September 20, 1933 Alice Wallendorf Short Comment Bows, Arrows to Begin Informal Season, Friday 
September 20, 1933 Installation of New Officers News Aels to Install New Officers 
September 20, 1933 The Excelsior Program Information Celts to Turn Reviews, Prophets 
September 20, 1933 The Council of the Three Women's Literary Societies News Women's Societies Agree to Cheaper Informals 
September 20, 1933 The New Girls Were Entertained News Y.W.C.A. Holds "Kid" Party 
September 20, 1933 Rev. Dyrness News Rev. and Mrs. Dyrness Vacationing Here 
September 20, 1933 Godly Wheatonites News Wedding Bells Chime for Six Wheaton Pairs 
September 20, 1933 Rolf Jacobson News Three Wheaton Men to Work in West 
September 20, 1933 The Chapel Speaker News Radio Preacher Addresses Students 
September 20, 1933 Bustin out into Print  Information Busting Out 
September 20, 1933 Graduate to Travel for Purpose of Promoting Interests of College Throughout News Cording to Aid Vice-President 
September 20, 1933 Buildings Greatly Improved by Officials During Summer Vacation News Campus Gets Renovation, Equipment 
September 20, 1933 David Allen Was Chosen President News Blanchard Hall Men Elect Allen Prexy for Season 
September 20, 1933 The Student Council Information Carl Schauffele Heads Student Legislators 
September 20, 1933 Mrs. Adelaide A. Bannett News College Friend Presents Clock 
September 20, 1933 Graduate Maintains Perfect Avarage; Winners of Other Honors Listed News Five Undergraduates Receive Scholarships for High Averages 
September 20, 1933 The Irving House on Irving Avenue News Weaver Residence Becomes Rooming House for Women 
September 20, 1933 Professos Benson and Eavey Teach Classes in Sunday School Methods Information League Sponsors Training School 
September 20, 1933 First Grid Tilt of Season to Take Place on Lawson Field Against "B" Team News Orange Faces N.U. Squad On Saturday 
September 20, 1933 Gym Got New Stuff News Gymnasium Receives Equipment, Supplies 
September 20, 1933 Carl "Swede" Olander  Sports Football Captain Plays on Varsity For Three Years 
September 20, 1933 Eight Veterans to Go Into Action in Opening Start Against Elmhurst Sports Harriers to Run in Dual Meet, Oct. 7 
September 20, 1933 Phi Phi Delta's List Rules For Yearling's Conduct, Fix Penalties News P.T.B. of Fourth Floor Inflict Persecution on Five Freshmen 
September 20, 1933 Academy Plans Two World's Fair Visits, Holds Annual Frolic on Athletic Field News Frame, Fields to Lead Prep's Literary Groups 
September 20, 1933 Several Vacancies  News Record Staff Reorgnizes 
October 4, 1933 Glee Club News Co-eds' Glee Club Begins New Season  
October 4, 1933 Wheaton Band  Music Trumpets Feature First Reheasal Of Wheaton Band  
October 4, 1933 Debate  News Interclass Debate To Begin Next Week  
October 4, 1933 Dr. Orrin Edward Tiffany News Professor Tiffany Spraks Before Ravenswood  
October 4, 1933 John Frame  Academy Academy Seniors Selct Frame As Class President  
October 4, 1933 James Couper News James Couper Lead Christian Endevor 
October 4, 1933 Henry Philips News League Decides Work Plans In initial Meeting 
October 4, 1933 W. I. Philips News Member Of Class Of '73 Was Veteran Of Civil War Pastor Of Iowa Church  
October 4, 1933 Chinese Dinner News Lee, Wong Cook Chinese Dinner For College Club  
October 4, 1933 History Club News History Club To Choose Officers Thursday Night  
October 4, 1933 Crusaders Sports Crusaders To Play Against Lake Forest Next Saturday 
October 4, 1933 Robert Dalton News Secretary To Protest Chapter Constitution 
October 4, 1933 Mrs. Mignon Mackenzie News Academy To Sing Over WMBI 
October 4, 1933 The Record Column  A Great Mau 
October 4, 1933 The Record Column Investing On Faith  
October 4, 1933 The Gaygargore Column Wheaton M'love: 
October 4, 1933 The Record News The Student Opines  
October 4, 1933 Dad News He Cares For His Own ... Even In Small Daily Needs  
October 4, 1933 Genevieve Carr Literature  Owls 
October 4, 1933 T. W Literature The Fool Hath Said in His Heart  
October 4, 1933 Alice Wallendorf News Phils, Celt to Present Informal Friday Eve  
October 4, 1933 Grid Team   Sports Orange and Blue Eleven Battles Northwest Second String To Scoreless Deadlock 
October 11, 1933 Saturday Evening, Sunday Morning Events to be Highlights of Weekend  News Program for Alumni Days Announced 
October 11, 1933 Rev. Frank Mangs News S. A. M. Condcts Yearly Conference Oct. 10-14, in City 
October 11, 1933 Alfred Conant News N. S. P. A. to Meet in City; Staff to Have 4 Delegates 
October 11, 1933 Richard Seume News Council Appoints Seume Chairman of Yearling Class 
October 11, 1933 Miss Effie Jane Wheeler News Miss Effie Jane Wheeler to Address Hebron Club 
October 11, 1933 Preliminaries for Interclass Rivalry to Begin with Underclass Clash Tonight News Freshmen to Debate with Sophomores 
October 11, 1933 Dr. Byron Lamson News President Lamson to Talk in Chapel Monday, Oct. 16 
October 11, 1933 Miss Cobb's 'Star Pupil' to Give Program of Own Works Next Week News Radio Star, Poet to Give Reading in Chapel, Oct. 16 
October 11, 1933 Miss Leura Readford News Missionary to Talk in Volunteer Meeting 
October 11, 1933 Clair Omar Musser to Bring Major Unit for Concert Homecoming Saturday News First of Tower Concerts to Feature Marimba Band 
October 11, 1933 Williston Hall News Mrs. Henry Engelsman Starts Campus Laundry 
October 11, 1933 The National Geographic Magazine Articles Essence of Chapel, Getting Acquainted 
October 11, 1933 Carpenter's Serenade Short Comments The Gay Gargoyle 
October 11, 1933 The Authobiography Article "Hound of Heaven" Shows Man's Evasion of Jesus Christ 
October 11, 1933 Mary Helen Jones Literature Helicon 
October 11, 1933 Tour Pronounced 'Highly Successful'; Party Visits Six Principal Cities News President, Dr. Dow Return From Extended Eastern Trip 
October 11, 1933 Robert Rayburn News Forensic Group Looks Forward to State Contest 
October 11, 1933 College Anti-Slavery Principles Commemorated in Monument of Burr News Campus Marker Recalls Position on Slavery Issue 
October 11, 1933 Library Head Adds 700 Books to College Collections; 100 Volumes Donated by Friend News Miss Blanchard Receives Many New Accessions 
October 11, 1933 Miss Julia Blanchard News 'Silver Trumpet' Best Seller in Book Store 
October 11, 1933 Frank Lawrence Information Directory of Organizations 
October 11, 1933 Alice Wallendorf News Aels, Belts to Conclude 1933 Informal Season 
October 11, 1933 Enock C. Dyrness News Professor Dyrness Visits in East 
October 11, 1933 Harry Farr News H. Farr Succeeds Conant as Head of History Club 
October 11, 1933 Clarence Stauffer News Student Union Shows Progress 
October 11, 1933 Mr. Fred Ehle News College Mail Carrier Retires 
October 11, 1933 Robert Cook News Ministerial Club to Conduct Service 
October 11, 1933 Archie and Maude Opinion Scribblin's 
October 11, 1933 Mr. Isabelo M. Pacquing News Former Student Visits Campus 
October 11, 1933 Founder of Alumni Association to Attend Annual Alumni Celebration News Wendell Brooks to be Present at Academy Dinner 
October 11, 1933 Dean E. R. Schell News Students Present Dean with Magazine 
October 11, 1933 Charles Sciangula News Academy Alumni Notes 
October 11, 1933 The Chicagoland Debate News Debate League Chooses Question 
October 11, 1933 Crusaders Finally Bow in Closing Quater of Hard Fought Gridiron Scrap Sports Lake Forest Squad Ekes Out 7-0 Win 
October 11, 1933 Coach Jack Evans Sports Sport Teams to Vie for Academy Medal 
October 11, 1933 North Central Short Comments on Sports Flying Tackles 
October 11, 1933 Former Wheaton High Star Finishes College Football Playing This Season Sports Olson, Veteran Lineman, Has Varied Grid Career 
October 11, 1933 George Olson Sports 7-0 Defeat Falls to Jay-Vees at Lisle on Friday 
October 11, 1933 North Central Sports Cardinals Outrun Pirates, Wheaton in Triangle Race 
October 11, 1933 Orangemen to Try for First Grid Victory of Season on Piraces' Lot, Saturday Sports 'Wallop Wheaton' is Cry of Elmhurst's Returning Grads 
October 11, 1933 Brewington Rediger to Serve as Sub-Officers in Honorary Fraternity News P. G. M. Elects Frank Lawrence New President 
October 11, 1933 Burgess-Parr Oxygenbomb News Chemistry Department Gets New Calorimeter 
October 11, 1933 Logic, Rhetoric Professor Makes No Plans of Own for Future News Dr. Straw Entertains no Thought of Resignation 
October 11, 1933 Doctor Paul M. Wright News Miss Fannie Boyce Secures Leave to Study in Chicago 
October 11, 1933 Penn State College News Beyond the Campus 
October 18, 1933 Office of Dean Sends Out Agreements to Protect Hostesses, Students News News Hostess Contracts Go In Operation 
October 18, 1933 Chapel Services News Students to Take Charge of Three Chapel Programs 
October 18, 1933 Paul Guinness Short Comment Guinness to Conduct Next Prayer Meeting 
October 18, 1933 Debate Teams News Senior, Sophomore Debaters Succeed In Preliminaries 
October 18, 1933 President Buswell Short Comment President Returns Today 
October 18, 1933 Tower Concert Director Is Considered Foremost Percussion Artist in World News Musser, Noted Band Leader, Is Musician Extraordinary 
October 18, 1933 Biology Department News Biology Department Buys New Kodascope 
October 18, 1933 Charles Troutman to Be One of Twelve Marimba Artists in Tower Concert Program Short Comment Student to Play In Musser's Band 
October 18, 1933 Student Volunteers Short Comment Missionary From Kentucky to Talk Here, To-Night 
October 18, 1933 Stuart Newson Short Comment Stuart Newson to Receive Prize for Essay To-morrow 
October 18, 1933 Student Council Sponsors Tenth Annual Homecoming, Busy Program News College Set For Return Of Alumni 
October 18, 1933 National Scholastic Press Article Convention Gives Delegates New Vision of Task 
October 18, 1933 Societies Article Societies Urge New Students To Visit Regular Meetings 
October 18, 1933 Humor Column The Gay Gargoyle 
October 18, 1933 Opinion Column The Student O.P.I.N.E.S 
October 18, 1933 "The spirit of man is the candle of the Lord" Article Life of Philips Brooks Was Like Clear, Flawless Glass 
October 18, 1933 Memories, A Beautiful Moment Literature H.E.L.I.C.O.N 
October 18, 1933 Highlight of Campus Social Calendar News Phi Phi Deltas to Give Party on Saturday Eve 
October 18, 1933 Aelioian Short Comment Aels to Consider Autumn Theme 
October 18, 1933 Philalethean Literary Short Comment Phils to Meet With "Skippy" 
October 18, 1933 Bows Short Comment Bows to Present "October Bride" 
October 18, 1933 Beltionian Short Comment "Pen and Palette" To Be Belt Theme 
October 18, 1933 Celt Hall Short Comment Celts to Call "Signals" 
October 18, 1933 Arrows Short Comment Arrows to Study N.R.A. 
October 18, 1933 Pre-Medic Society Short Comment Russel Mixter Addresses Medical Organization 
October 18, 1933 Maudie and Archie Article Scribblin's 
October 18, 1933 Jacob Faust, '36 Short Comment Sophomore Removed To Geneva Hospital 
October 18, 1933 Lorinne Williams, '33 Short Comment Lorinne Williams Plays Leading Role in Drama 
October 18, 1933 Affair to Be Held Saturday on Dormitory Floor of Main Building News Blanchard Men Plan for Party 
October 18, 1933 Alfred Engle, '33 Short Comment Alfred Engle Receives Pastoral Appointment 
October 18, 1933 Genial Physics Department Head Has Colorful, Rich Background News Dr. Taylor Prefers People To Problems of Research 
October 18, 1933 "Kapoot" News Carveth Wells Tells of Russian Life in "Kapoot" 
October 18, 1933 Evening Business Courses Short Comment Academy Proffers Evening Course In Bookkeeping 
October 18, 1933 Evangelical Theological College Short Comment Many Wheaton Men Go to Texas School 
October 18, 1933 Women's Debating Class News Women Debaters Commence Study Of League Topics 
October 18, 1933 Former Wheaton Student Passes To Reward in Jacksonville, After Long Illness News Harry Strachan Dies in Florida 
October 18, 1933 "Bird Men", "Down South" to Be Themes in Epinioian, Krietonian Societies News Literary Groups To Assemble in Academy To-day 
October 18, 1933 Wheaton Battles Elmhurst Gridders to Standstill in Homecoming Game Sports Pirates Tie Crusaders, 6-6, By Rally in Third Quarter 
October 18, 1933 Gym Team Sports Gymnasts Will Begin Practice, To-morrow 
October 18, 1933 Men's Annual Fall Tennis Tournament News Men's Fall Tennis Tourney Reaches Semi-Final Play 
October 18, 1933 27-28 Cross Country Victory by Milwaukee State Marks First Wheaton Loss in Three Years Sports Thin-clads Lose To Milwaukee 
October 18, 1933 Sport's Comments Column Flying Tackles 
October 18, 1933 Pennsylvanian Occupies End Position in Grid Team, Is Baseball Catcher Sports Stanley Ray Holds Varsity Wing Berth Two Years 
October 18, 1933 Orange and Blue to Try for First Victory Next Saturday at Aurora Sports Crusaders to Meet Aurora On Gridiron 
October 18, 1933 Women's Athletic Association Sports W.A.A. Plans to Present Banquets 
October 18, 1933 Junior College Unleashes Powerful Attack to Overwhelm Wheaton Team Sports Concordia First Squad Subdues Orange Jay-Vees 
October 18, 1933 "Standard Practice in Teaching" Short Comment Faculty Reviews Education Book 
October 18, 1933 Art Club Short Comment Art Club to Visit at World's Fair Exhibit 
October 18, 1933 Taylor Professor Gives Group Of Original Readings Before Enthusiastic Audience News Pogue Reads Verse On "Home" Theme 
October 18, 1933 World's Fair News Various Features Compose Program Of Press Meeting 
October 18, 1933 Faculty Women's Club Short Comment Faculty Women's Group Discusses Plan for Season 
October 27, 1933 Clair Musser Music Band To Play Well Known Selections  
October 27, 1933 Dr. Simmons Music Little Symphony To Make Debut, Sunday  
October 27, 1933 J. Oliver Buswell Jr. Information To The Alumni 
October 27, 1933 World's Fair Exhibits News Class To Inspect Printing Plants 
October 27, 1933 "College Echoes" News First Issue Of Tower makes Appearance In 1921; Is Headed by Class Of 22 
October 27, 1933 Howard Oury Sports Orange To Meet Ancient Rivals In Hard Fracas  
October 27, 1933 Jack Evans  News President gives Report of Meet  
October 27, 1933 Otto DeCamp News Graduates To Conduct C.E Meetings, Sunday  
October 27, 1933 D. A Straw News 'Biggest Parade In History Of College' ... Evans 
October 27, 1933 The Record Column Staff Dedicates Issue To Returning Alumni 
October 27, 1933 The Record Column First Impressions Can Be Wrong ... A Challenge To '37 
October 27, 1933 The Gatgargoyle Column Dear Alumni 
October 27, 1933 F. S News More On Chapel  
October 27, 1933 The Record Literature Eyes Of Faith May Foresee Heavenly Homecoming Now 
October 27, 1933 Inez Larson Literature When My Love Comes Galloping  
October 27, 1933 Alice Wallendorf  News Full Week End Program Will Keep Alumni Busy  
October 27, 1933 Lay Lindquist  News Alumni News 
October 27, 1933 Professor Enock C. Dyrness News Dyrness Returns From Visit With Brother, Alumni  
October 27, 1933 Paul Brown News Jacob Recovers After Second Blood Transfusion  
October 27, 1933 Archie and Maude News Scribblin's  
October 27, 1933 Dorthy Holtan  News Philalethean To Close Its Fortieth Season of Gayety 
October 27, 1933 Lilian Prindle News Aeolian Evaluates Nearly Seventy Years of Existence  
October 27, 1933 President Kellog News Belts' History Begins In 1855 With 30 Men  
October 27, 1933 Mary Hosler News Boethallian Forms From Phils; 'Service For Others' Is Motto 
October 27, 1933 Ben Coleman News Six Decades Of Activities Back Celts  
October 27, 1933 President Buswell News President Buswell's Statement On New Presbyterian Board 
October 27, 1933 Malcom Moule  News Arrows Cling Constantly To Motto, 'For The Best' 
October 27, 1933 Dr. Smith News Greek Professor Anticipates Homecoming Beause Of Numerous Grad Friends  
October 27, 1933 Clayton Howard News Academy 
October 27, 1933 Del Nelson - Right Half Back Sports Veteran orange Backfield Primed For Tilt With North Central  
October 27, 1933 Hanna Sports Cross Country Men Lose To State Normal  
October 27, 1933 Crusaders Sports Crusaders Defeat Aurora Gridmen In Sea Of Mud  
October 27, 1933 Orange "B' Squad Sports Troutman Scores Touchdown After 40 - yard Run in Closing minutes of Fracas  
October 27, 1933 De Kalb Sports De Kalb Juniors To Play Jay-Vee Team To-morrow 
October 27, 1933 Rifle Club Sports City Council To Approve Range  
October 27, 1933 Wheaton Athletes Sports Flying Tacles 
October 27, 1933 Luke Rhoad Sports Tommy Thomas, Veteran of Four Sports, Voices Hope For Victory  
October 27, 1933 Frosh Sports Rules For Annual Flag Rush 
November 1, 1933 Debate Article Interclass Debate Goes into Finals 
November 1, 1933 Education Fraternity Article Chi Sigma Theta Elects 19 Members 
November 1, 1933 Journalism Students Article Journalism Students Spend This Afternoon in Chicago 
November 1, 1933 Oratorical Association Article Oratory Group Meets To-night 
November 1, 1933 Quintet Article College Quintet To Include Berg 
November 1, 1933 Orchestra Article Alberta Dickman Will Head Symphony Orchestra 
November 1, 1933 Homecoming Article Homecoming with 123 Registrations, Acclaimed 'Best Ever Seen' by Fenton 
November 1, 1933 Marimba Concert Article Marimba Concert Reaches Peak in Vibra-harp Solos 
November 1, 1933 Piano Recitals Information Series of Recitals to Start Nov. 2 
November 1, 1933 Homecoming Parade Article Juniors Win First Prize in Homecoming Parade 
November 1, 1933 Dr. Christian T. Dyrness Article Father of Registrar Dies While on Eastern Visit 
November 1, 1933 Football Sports Inspired Crusader Eleven Battles Cardinals to Draw 
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