Index to The Record, 1933 (November)-1934 (March)

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November 1, 1933 JV Football Article Gridsters Rally in 4th Period To Tie Profs, 6-6 
November 1, 1933 Grant "Butch" Whipple Sports Whipple Lands Varsity Grid Position After Season's Play 
November 1, 1933 JV Football Sports DeKalb 'B' Squad to Battle Jay-vee Grid Team, Nov. 4 
November 1, 1933 Football Sports Orange to Meet Downstate Team Next Saturday 
November 1, 1933 Homecoming Soccer Sports Sophs Make Clean Sweep; Win Soccer Tilt, Flag Rush 
November 8, 1933 City Councile Approves New Target Site at Monday Night's Meeting News Rifle Club Prepares to Open Range 
November 8, 1933 Missionary from Kenya Information Rev. W. J. Guilding, African Missionary, To Address Students 
November 8, 1933 Intercollegiate Debate in Wheaton News LaGrange Debate Squad to Contest Here, To-morrow 
November 8, 1933 Salvatore De Nuprio Entertains With Varied Program Last Night Music Famous Harpist Presents Concert 
November 8, 1933 Representatives of the American Legion Information Local Legion Post to Hold Chapel, Friday 
November 8, 1933 Dorthy McCrory to Teach Girls Equestrian Art at Glen ellyn Stables Information Coeds Form New Riding Club Plans 
November 8, 1933 Homecomings Were Approved Information Council Votes to Continue Present Alumni Program 
November 8, 1933 Most Successful of Seasons Occurs in 1923, with Six Wins in Seven Contests Information Numerous Victories Mark Wheaton Debate History 
November 8, 1933 Publicity Organization to Set up Bulletin Board of Interesting Clippings News Lines Plans Display of News Items 
November 8, 1933 Wheaton Will Take the Responsibility Short Comment Training Leaders Is Wheaton's Job for Temperance Fight 
November 8, 1933 Homecoming Infomation Six Weeks' Period Is Important Time of Semester 
November 8, 1933 The Deepest Joy Found in God Short Comment Belief in God Brings Joy, Peace to Christian Hearts 
November 8, 1933 A Prayer Literature Helicon 
November 8, 1933 Alice Wallendorf Music Men Singers to Hold Annual Party, Nov. 11 
November 8, 1933 Archie is Expostulating about Women Again Short Comment Scribblin's 
November 8, 1933 Prof. Enock C. Dyrness News Enock Dyrness Attends Registrar's Convention 
November 8, 1933 The Castilian Music Club Music Castilian Students of Academy Give Program of Songs 
November 8, 1933 Features of Humor and Song to Chracterize Presentation of Men's Glee Club, Nov. 11 News Busch to Guide Men Choristers' Party, Saturday 
November 8, 1933 All Around Athlete Hails From Badger State; Am Proud of It, He Says Sports Three Letter Man Calls Football Favorite Sport 
November 8, 1933 Jayvee Gridsters Sports Dekalb Teachers Defeat Crusaders 13 to 0, Saturday 
November 8, 1933 Present Champions favored Win Cross Country Event, Saturday News Normal to Defend Conference Crown in Distance Run 
November 8, 1933 Wheaton's Best Efforts Failed News Hope of Honors Fades as Squad Comes in Fifth 
November 15, 1933 Registrar's Office Sends out Statment on Grades of First Six Weeks News Twenty-four Reported as Probationers 
November 15, 1933 Bernice Ruth Music  Music Box to Have Modernistic Theme At Nov. 20 Meeting 
November 15, 1933 President Buswell News  Dr.Buswell to Address Swedish Rally in Chicago 
November 15, 1933 Amos Dresser News No Lasting Hurt Report Following Dresser Accident 
November 15, 1933 Faculty Adds Cobb, Moule As Coaches; Teams Make 6500 Miles Western Trip News New Coaches, Distant Trips Make Recent Debate History 
November 15, 1933 Snapshot Contest News Tower Sponsors Snapshot Contest 
November 15, 1933 Sylvia Oiness News Glee Club Plans Winter Travels 
November 15, 1933 Dr.Elsie Storrs Dow News Miss Dow to Return Home From Elmhurst hospital 
November 15, 1933 Marion Isel News Freshmen Choose Class Officers, Elect Seume President 
November 15, 1933 Dr.Kenneth S. Wuest Music Local League Group To Furnish Music at Institute Meeting 
November 15, 1933 Pauline Eppley News Four Members to Present Miniature Oratorical 
November 15, 1933 Dr.Moule News Photoplay to Portray Life Of Reformer 
November 15, 1933 Mrs.Katherine C. Shapleigh Information Dean of Women to Talk On Unoccupied Fields 
November 15, 1933 Library Information Keep Continuity of Study Hours By Ten O Clock Library Closing 
November 15, 1933 Literary Society News And Why Not Every Wheatonite a Society Member 
November 15, 1933 Solitude and Prayer Article Spiritual Blessings May be Had in Solitude and Prayer 
November 15, 1933 Chapel, Roller Skating, Orion Literature HELICON 
November 15, 1933 Alice Wallendorf Literature Literary Associations Choose Varied Themes 
November 15, 1933 Internationals Short Information Internationals to Meet in Japanese Setting, Nov 18 
November 15, 1933 Richard Kjelstad News Arrows to Deal With Letters 
November 15, 1933 Clayton Howard Information Academy Students Present Literary programs To-day 
November 15, 1933 John Frame News SEVEN NAME FOR SCHOLASTIC HONORS 
November 15, 1933 Ovella Utley News SOPHOMORES WIN DEBATE TROPHY 
November 15, 1933 Dorthy Horton Sports GIRL ATHLETES NAME HETRICK LEADER 
November 15, 1933 John Frame Information SENIOR LEAD CHAPEL SERVICE, MONDAY 
November 15, 1933 The News Flash Short Information JUNIOR ACADEMY TURNS JOURNALISTIC 
November 15, 1933 Mrs.Adele E.Mortenson News Mrs.Adelle Mortenson Spends Vacation in East 
November 15, 1933 Dr.Schofield Forms Music Conservatory in Orient; Studies in U.S.,Paris Information Music Department Head Has Varied Background 
November 15, 1933 Lowell Thomas News National Spends Week Appreciating Books 
November 15, 1933 Prof. Heydenburk  News Prof. Heydenburk to Play Two Recitals This Week 
November 15, 1933 Henry Phillips Information Henry Phillips to Lead C.E.,Sunday, Nov. 20 
November 15, 1933 Washtubs in Dormitory Basement Operated by Ten Students in Laundering of Goods News Student Laundry Whitens 200 Lbs. Clothes Each Day 
November 15, 1933 Dr. Lena K. Sadler News Dr., Mrs., Sadler to Talk before Students 
November 15, 1933 State Normal Grabs First; Napervillians Nose Out Orange by 4 Points Sports Harriermen Come Third at Normal 
November 15, 1933 Newly Organized Coed Riding Club Spends First Outing at Glen Ellyn Stables Sports Equestrians go on Hour's Ride 
November 15, 1933 Coach Hale Short Comments on Sports Flying Tackles 
November 15, 1933 Coach Coray's Men to Leave Dec. 29 for Extended Trip Sports Basketeers to Journey East; Eight Teams Compose Card 
November 15, 1933 Andrew Losier Sports Losier, Sywulka, Four-Year Backs, Conclude Careers 
November 15, 1933 Martha Paley Sports W. A. A. Hears Paley on Soccer Review; Sport Page Offered 
November 15, 1933 Wrestlers to Try for Places in University of Illinois Meet, Monday, Nov. 20 Sports 'W' Club to Sponsor Mat Tournament 
November 15, 1933 Former Upper Darby Star Serves as Leader of Cross Country Two Years Sports Hanna Runs Four Years On Varsity 
November 15, 1933 The Class of '35 Information Juniors to Combine Two Player Meetings 
November 15, 1933 Capt. Olander Sports Gridsters Bow to Teacher's Passing Attack by 25-0 
November 15, 1933 Betty Weeks News Peter Proves Loyal Pet of Wheatonites 
November 15, 1933 Ten Letter Men Return to Form Nucleus for Wheaton's '33-'34 Basket-Tossing Quintet Sports Eight Freshmen Escape from Cut of Cage Squad 
November 15, 1933 Only Three Regulars to Run in Distance Meet; Tryouts for Places Held today Sports Thin-Clads will Invade Loyola Course Nov. 18 
November 15, 1933 Adeline Allison Sports Bow-Ael Game Claims Women's Athletic Interest 
November 22, 1933 Bows Have 30 Proposals; 17 Choose Arrows; 23 Pick Phils; Celts Receive 16 News Ninety-Nine Ask Society Membership 
November 22, 1933 Wallace Emerson News Two-Thirds of Men Earn Own Way Through School 
November 22, 1933 Paul Wright News Sigma Pi Sigma Imitates Five at Regular Meeting 
November 22, 1933 Gospel Team to Make Appearance Before Seven Audiences in Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin News Quintet Gives Advance Plans 
November 22, 1933 Miss McDuffie Announces Dinner for Faculty, Students who Remain in School News Hostess Plans for Holiday Dinner 
November 22, 1933 Mary Hosler Music Ensemble Classes to Give Recital with Two Pianos 
November 22, 1933 Automobile Crash Brings Neck Injury after Performance; Cancels Date here Information Seder, Organist, is Seriously Hurt 
November 22, 1933 Radio Minister Speaks 555 Consecutive Sundays on Station WOW, Omaha News R. R. Brown Condemns Lack of True Knowledge of Bible 
November 22, 1933 117 Students Information Dr. Welsh Injects 450 Antitoxin Shots 
November 22, 1933 Miss Cobb to Present Alumni, Seniors in First Expression Presentation News Graduates to Participate in Recital  
November 22, 1933 Dr. Glenn Gates Cole News Economic Classes to Survey Student Personal Expenses 
November 22, 1933 The Rev. John Neuenschwander News Dr. Buswell to Journey to Endeavor Convention 
November 22, 1933 The Inter-Society Council Articles Keep the Orange 'W' Peculiar to Athletics 
November 22, 1933 Prof. Weyer Short Comments The Gay Gargoyle 
November 22, 1933 Sports Slants Opinion The Student Opines 
November 22, 1933 Zacchaeus Article Christ was Never Too Busy to be Kind--Our Example 
November 22, 1933 Clinton Scollard Literature Helicon 
November 22, 1933 Helen Grabner News Football Men, Harriers will Attend Banquets 
November 22, 1933 Dean Emerson News Harriers to have Banquet to End Running Season 
November 22, 1933 Schauffele to Act as Toastmaster as Freshmen Honor Coach Custafson's 1933 Gridders News Freshmen to Hold Football Banquet 
November 22, 1933 Prof. Clarence B. Hale Information French Class Attends Unusual Session, Friday 
November 22, 1933 Betty Buckbee News Personally 
November 22, 1933 William J. Jones News Bill Jones Receives Call to Columbia Bible School 
November 22, 1933 Ella Gernhardt News Ella Gernhardt Returns on Furlough from China 
November 22, 1933 Snowballing, Skating Mark Hike Last Saturday; Peter At News Freshmen Hike to Castle Lake for Fall Outing 
November 22, 1933 The Stony Brook Preparatory School News Stony Brook Men Organize Club as Thomas Presides 
November 22, 1933 Lillian Prindle News Dr. Cole is Lecturer on Social, Physical Sciences 
November 22, 1933 Coed Choristers Group contains 43 Members, Five Instrumental Soloists News Mrs. Mackenzie Announces Glee Club Personnel 
November 22, 1933 Former Philippine Missionary Presens Views on Mission Work in Islands News Dr. Raleigh Thomas Expresses Wish to Send Philippine Boys to Wheaton 
November 22, 1933 The Ecology Class Information Botany Class Makes Plant Experiments 
November 22, 1933 James McKellin News Twelve Men to Organize New Riding Club, Nov. 25 
November 22, 1933 John D. Nutting News Forty-Six Volumes of Record Appear in Forty-eight Years 
November 22, 1933 Pi Kappa Delta News Last of Features on Debate Tells of '31-'33 History 
November 22, 1933 Victors of Tryouts Held on Monday Evening to Compose 1933-34 Team Sports 30 Grapplers Wrestle for Mat Berths 
November 22, 1933 Martha Colgan Sports Riding Club Coeds take Second Outing 
November 22, 1933 Elbert Hadley Short Comments on Sports Hoop'n Mat 
November 22, 1933 Amy Seidenspinner News Miss Seidenspinner, Head of Coed Athletics, Enjoys Work 
November 22, 1933 Coach Hale Runs Sports Harriers Trounce Loyola, 24-31 in Post-season Race 
November 22, 1933 All Last Season's Team Returns to Bolster Hopes Four Successful Campaign Sports Coray Cuts Cage Squad to Eighteen 
November 22, 1933 Eighteen Football, Six Harrier Names Meet with Approval at Meeting' Monday News Council Grants Sport Awards to Twenty-Four 
November 22, 1933 Vannie Morey Short Comments W. A. A. Wail 
November 22, 1933 Five Girls-Compose PErsonnel of Group Entitled 'Messengers of Christ' News Academy Classes, Latin Club, New Gospel Team are Active 
November 22, 1933 Archie and Maude Article Scribblin's 
November 22, 1933 Mr. Hunt News Bargains Found in Pittsford's Men's Section 
November 22, 1933 Williston Hall News Wheaton Plates are Now Ready for Purchasers 
November 22, 1933 North Central Sports McKendree Wins Football Crown 
November 29, 1933 Trustees Request Congregations to Discontinue Services on Campus News Churches to Move from Buildings 
November 29, 1933 Chi Sigma Theta Pledges 13 New Members; Total Roll Reaches 26 News Education Group Holds Initiation 
November 29, 1933 Sixth Annual Presentation of Handel's "Messiah" News Dr. R.L. Schofield To Lead Handel's "Messiah", Dec. 5 
November 29, 1933 Student Volunteers Short Comment Volunteers to Meet in Prayer Group, To-night 
November 29, 1933 Extension Work Advances Steadily Since Beginning Two Years Ago News 52 Wheatonites Teach in Four Rural Sunday Schools 
November 29, 1933 Dr. Robert Lee Short Comment Dr. Robert Lee to Lead Chapel Service on Dec. 5 
November 29, 1933 Dr. Buswell to Speak at Bible Conference in Connecticut During Thanksgiving Period News President to Go On Eastern Trip 
November 29, 1933 Special Thanksgiving Offering  Short Comment Administration Asks Friends of Wheaton For Thank Offering 
November 29, 1933 President of Beltionian to Occupy Chair at Program on Dec. 8 News "Christmasse in Englande" Is Open Meeting Theme 
November 29, 1933 Professor Mixter Short Comment Professor Mixter to Speak To-morrow 
November 29, 1933 Storage Facilities of College Dining Hall To Be Increased NEws Mr. Hale Plans to Build Dining Hall Store Room 
November 29, 1933 Thanksgiving Article Thanksgiving, and What It Means to the Christian 
November 29, 1933 Christinanity Resisting The Authority Of An Unsympathetic German Government Article Withstanding Hitler's Iron Hand--- Germany's Militant Church 
November 29, 1933 Humor Column The Gay Gargoyle 
November 29, 1933 Thank-Offering Article Thanks Should Be Given to God for Parental Devotion 
November 29, 1933 Thanksgiving, Sonnet Literature H.E.L.I.C.O.N 
November 29, 1933 Literary Society Meetings News Joint Meetings to Be Thanksgiving Feature 
November 29, 1933 Miss McDuffie News Dining Hall Hostess Announces Plans for Thanksgiving Dinner 
November 29, 1933 Willard M. Aldrich, '30 News Aldrich, Former Editor, Writes Theological Paper 
November 29, 1933 Virginia Faith Dyrness Short Comment Virginia Dyrness Operated Upon 
November 29, 1933 Deans to Go to Convention of Illinois Association Held at DeKalb, Dec. 8,9 News Mrs. Shapleigh, Mrs. Smith to Attend Meeting 
November 29, 1933 Semi-Annual Record Party Short Comment Journalists to Sponsor Record Party, Dec. 9 
November 29, 1933 Rev. Paul S. James, '30 Short Comment Rev. Paul James Succeeds Father as Auburn Pastor 
November 29, 1933 Vivien Pfudstein, '33 and Paul Pain, ex-'34 Short Comment Vivien Pfudstein, Paul Pain Are Married 
November 29, 1933 Personal Comments Information Personally Speaking 
November 29, 1933 English Professor is Head of Class that Initiates Freshman Dinks News Miss Wheeler Narrates Student Pranks Back in '19 
November 29, 1933 Other Psychology, Education Courses are Phases of Department Head's Work News Personnel Bureau Is Favourite Work Of Dr. C.B. Eavey 
November 29, 1933 Archie and Maude Article Scribblin's 
November 29, 1933 Eps to Discuss Dictators; Kreits, "First Christmas" In Lits, Wednesday News Faculty to Entertain Preps At Thanksgiving Fete, Fri.  
November 29, 1933 Oak Park "Y" to Be First Trial of Coraymen in Practice Tilt, Saturday Sports Basketeers Will Begin Card, Dec. 2 
November 29, 1933 Beg Your Pardon News W.A.A. Wail 
November 29, 1933 Bob Glover Sports Robert Glover to Captain Gridsters In Season of 1934 
November 29, 1933 Sports Comments Sports Hoop 'n Mat 
November 29, 1933 Winner of Associated Press Basketball Medal Plays Football; Is Track Star Sports Captain "Moose" Lawrence To Start Third Cage Season 
November 29, 1933 Cross Country Men Dine Friday; Dean Emerson Presides as Professor Eavey Speaks Sports Harriers Choose Frank Rejmer to 1934 Captaincy 
November 29, 1933 Three Veterans Form Nucleus Of Team to Face Christian High, Dec. 8 Sports Academy Basket Throwers Point To Initial Game 
November 29, 1933 Louise White, '32 Short Comment Louse White Leads Community Center 
November 29, 1933 Fundamentals of Riding Short Comment Evans, McKellin Instruct Riders in Fundamentals 
November 29, 1933 Other News News Beyond The Campus 
December 13, 1933 DeLuxe Artists-Singers to be Featured in Tower Concert after Holidays Music Voice Group will Appear Here, Jan. 13 
December 13, 1933 Blanche Boyer News Rayburn, Luckman to Get Snapshot Prizes 
December 13, 1933 Dorothy Horton Information Student Groups to Hold Chapel 
December 13, 1933 35 Glee Club Members to Sing in Six Cities During Winter Concert Tour News Men Choristers to Make Trip 
December 13, 1933 Five Departments Affected by Changes in Curriculum for Second Semester News Office Releases News of Seven Class Changes 
December 13, 1933 Dolly Reimer News Sigma Pi Sigma to Meet Tomorrow Evening at 8 
December 13, 1933 Enock C. Dyrness News Faculty Approves Plans for Survey of College Funds 
December 13, 1933 Waldo Tiezen News Two Debates Scheduled on Dates after Vacation 
December 13, 1933 Group to be Composed of Six Officers, to Supersede Inter-Society Committee News Society Presidents Form New Board of Control 
December 13, 1933 Miss Florence McDuffie Information 'Dining Hall to be Open over Holidays,' Says Miss McDuffie 
December 13, 1933 The Use of English in the Diplomas instead of Latin Information Seniors Favor English Diplomas, Ask Folders 
December 13, 1933 The Messiah's Nativity Articles Christmas is Mockery without Message of Gospel 
December 13, 1933 Brave Knight Short Comments The Gay Gargoyle 
December 13, 1933 Economic Systems Article Christmas Message to Come Again to Discouraged World 
December 13, 1933 Dead Books Literature Helicon 
December 13, 1933 Bartlett Hall News Winter Recess Looms Upon College Horizon 
December 13, 1933 Archie and Maude Opinion Scribblin's 
December 13, 1933 Reviewer Judges by Applause Preference for Berg's Solo; Likes Theme Portrayal News Dorothy Horton's Reading is Rated Best at Open Lit 
December 13, 1933 Irene Saunders Information Juniors to Hold First Party, Jan. 6 
December 13, 1933 Margaret Matson News Personals 
December 13, 1933 The Monthly Meetings News Internationals Plan Semester's Meetings 
December 13, 1933 Expression Students Appear in Recital Last Night; Miss Cobb Directs News Christmas is Featured in Presentation 
December 13, 1933 Dr. Robert G. Lee News Dr. Robert G. Lee Calls Soul Winning, 'Biggest Business' 
December 13, 1933 The College Christian Endeavor Information No C. E. during Vacation 
December 13, 1933 Dr. de Blois Believes Field, Formerly Closed, Now Open for Mission Work News 'Recognition of Russia Good Thing,' Says Seminary Head 
December 13, 1933 Nicholas Werdell News Student Sells 100 Tickets, Wins Free Music Course 
December 13, 1933 Avery Johnson News Chicago Club Holds Annual Banquet in Allerton; 93 Attend 
December 13, 1933 Dr. F. A. Moss News Ten Wheaton Men Plan to Enter Medical Schools 
December 13, 1933 Marj Isel News Marity Isel is Campus Leader 
December 13, 1933 Yuletide to be Presented in Many Languages; Club to Sing Carols News Music Group to have Christmas Theme Tonight 
December 13, 1933 Mr. Hunt Article Xmas Spirit is Rampant At Pittsford's 
December 13, 1933 Northern Illinois College of Optomertry Succmbs to Coraymen, Monday Sports Orange Five Whips City Squad, 52-32 
December 13, 1933 James Couper News James McKellin Heads New Men's Riding Club 
December 13, 1933 James Millikin News Hoop'n Mat 
December 13, 1933 Basketball Squad to Meet Nine College Teams on cage Floor During Mi-Winter Trip Sports Ten Players will Go on Eastern Journey, Dec. 29 
December 13, 1933 John Brobeck Sports Brobeck to Observe Work of Tower Staff 
December 13, 1933 The Coraymen Sports Orange and Blue to Play Elmhurst Five in Conference Tilt 
December 13, 1933 The George Williams College Sports Crusaders Swamp George Williams with 42-28 Score 
December 13, 1933 Coaches of Opposing Squads are Former Team Mates; Illini Have Edge Sports Mat Men to Meet Illinois December 12 
December 13, 1933 League Officials Decide on Places, Dates for Conference Tournaments Sports League Meet to be Held Here, Mar. 3 
December 13, 1933 Martha Brobeck Sports W. A. A. Wail 
December 13, 1933 Coach Jack Evans Sports Gymnasts to Give Exhibit, March 25 at Wheaton High 
December 13, 1933 Wheaton Jayvees Sports Junior Team Beats Local '40' Club, 26-10 
December 13, 1933 Cagers Lose to Christian High, 53-16; Debaters Fall to DesPlaines, 2-1 News Academy Students to Attend Castilian Club, Eps, Kriets 
December 13, 1933 Dorothy Johnston to Preside as Toastmistress; Athletic Awards to be Given News W. A. A. to hold Dinner Tomorrow 
January 10, 1934 Professor Heydenburk  News Piano Class To Appear In Recital 
January 10, 1934 Oratorical Association to Sponsor Tourney for Purpose of Choosing Representative News Orators to Hold Contest, Jan.17 
January 10, 1934 Sylvia Oiness News Plan for Women's Glee Club Journey Nears Completion 
January 10, 1934 To-morrow, Monday Times Set by Coaches for Forensic Battles News Two Debate Tourneys to Begin Jan.11 
January 10, 1934 President' Office Releases Itinerary of Two Weeks' Tour through New York News Dr. Buswell to Make Trip To East, Starting Jan. 18 
January 10, 1934 Peter Stam News Union, BookStore Unite Under Stam 
January 10, 1934 Dr. Schofield Information Original Compositions to Feature Musical Program 
January 10, 1934 Five Soloists to Appear in Second Tower Concert, Saturday News Deluxe Artist Group is Outstanding, Say Critics 
January 10, 1934 Dr. Simons Information Little Symphony to Give Annual Winter Concert Next Month 
January 10, 1934 Essence of Chapel News Do Away with Chapel Applause To Maintain Spirit of Worship 
January 10, 1934 Legal Liquor News 1934 Promises Great Things For World and Campus 
January 10, 1934 Poetry Contest Literature The Gaygarggoyle 
January 10, 1934 Student Union News The Student O.P.I.N.E.S 
January 10, 1934 Woodrow Wilson Article Vision of service Comes to one from Self Realization 
January 10, 1934 Grace Sanderson Literature H.E.L.I.C.O.N 
January 10, 1934 Alice Wallendorf Article New Members to Bow in Friday's Program 
January 10, 1934 William Ritchie News New Arrows to Appear In National Hook-up 
January 10, 1934 Baby Bow Information Old Bows o "Listen in" To New Member 
January 10, 1934 Eleanor King Information Aels to Observe Winter's "Hexagons" 
January 10, 1934 Just Around the Corner News Celt to Look "Around the Corner" 
January 10, 1934 Getrude Tomlin News Eastern Bound Students Hold Society on Bus 
January 10, 1934 Dinner Party Information Literature Class to Give  
January 10, 1934 Virginia Smith Article Personally Speaking 
January 10, 1934 He Comes to Wheaton from Advisory War Position in New Mexico News Dr. Highley is Versatile in Science Field 
January 10, 1934 Preparatory Team to Meet Chicago School in First League Match This Year News Academy Debaters to Contest with Y. M. C. A. Tomorrow 
January 10, 1934 Archie and Maudie Article Scibblin's 
January 10, 1934 Brings Total to Two Wins, Three Losses in Eastern Invasion Sports Hoop Squad Triumphs in Fifth Game 
January 10, 1934 Thirteen Coeds Win Awards for Athletic Achievement; Fourteen Girls Join Club Sports Helene Rossing Receives 'W' at W. A. A. Banquet 
January 10, 1934 The Oschkosk Teachers' College Sports Orange Ekes out 31-30 Victory over Oshkosh Teachers 
January 10, 1934 Aels will play Bows Short Comments W. A. A. Wail 
January 10, 1934 The Ianky Taylor University Short Comments Hoop'n Mat 
January 10, 1934 Works into Varsity Berth after Playing in Three Sports at Haverford Sports Dick Gray Show Fight in Football, Basketball 
January 10, 1934 Captain Doricki Sports Central Y. M. C. A. wins from Academy Cagers, 31-15, Jan. 5 
January 10, 1934 Seven Grapplers to Go to Chicago for Third Tilt Tonight Sports Mat Squad to Wrestle at Armour 
January 10, 1934 Ed Kellogg Earns Respect of Fellow Classmates, Literary Society News Wrestling Equips for Life', Says Captain of 1934 Squad 
January 10, 1934 Dr. L. Allen Higley News Geologists will Go to Museum, Saturday 
January 17, 1934 Nine Expression Students to Give Humorous, Serious Numbers In Recital News Miss Cobb Will Direct Presentation 
January 17, 1934 Presentation of First Semester Students in Recital News Conservatory Pupils Give Varied Program 
January 17, 1934 Committee on Student Contacts News Council Approves Plan to Promote Alumni Support 
January 17, 1934 Dr. L. Allen Higley Short Comment Dr. L. Allen Higley To Speak Before Combined Leagues 
January 17, 1934 Busch Reveals Itinerary for Mid-Winter Concert Trip News Club Announces Plans for Tour 
January 17, 1934 Debate Union News Debate Prizes Go To Ten Disputers In Local Tourney 
January 17, 1934 R.R. Brown to Lead First Meetings; Houghton Will Arrive Monday, Feb. 5 News Will H. Houghton to Speak Feb.5, in Mid-Year Services 
January 17, 1934 The Student Union News Union Reveals Plans for New Student Services 
January 17, 1934 New Editor-in-Chief Worked On News, Managing Staffs Of Paper News C. Willard Fetter Elected Record Head by Council 
January 17, 1934 Wheaton's First Radio Debate Short Comment Debaters to Meet Chicago Law School in Broadcast 
January 17, 1934 Student Volunteer Short Comment Deyneka to Address Volunteers, To-night 
January 17, 1934 Revivals Article Spirit-Guided Prayer Will Bring Revival 
January 17, 1934 "Sign-Lifting" Article Ingratitude of Those Who "Lift" Signs 
January 17, 1934 Humor Column The Gay Gargoyle 
January 17, 1934 George V. Kirk Column The Student O.P.I.N.E.S 
January 17, 1934 "Thrice Blest Whose Lives Are Faithful Prayers, Whose Loves In Higher Love Endure" Article True Greatness Is Found In Life's Humbler Duties 
January 17, 1934 For Christ and His Kingdom; Lover's Hope Realized Literature H.E.L.I.C.O.N 
January 17, 1934 Crusaders Will Open Home Stand To-morrow Night Against Techmen Sports Armour Five To Oppose Local Squad 
January 17, 1934 Inter-Class Volleyball Tournament Sports Upperclassmen Win Volleyball Tourney 
January 17, 1934 Sport's Comments Sports W.A.A. Wail 
January 17, 1934 Basketball Sports Hoop 'n Mat 
January 17, 1934 "Hard Luck Quintet" Relates Thrilling Experiences in Disabled Car Sports Basketball Squad Returns to School after Trip in East 
January 17, 1934 Annual Intramural Basketball Tournament Sports Annual Basketball Tourney Will Open Early Next Semester 
January 17, 1934 Coach Player's Trained Seals Sports Playermen Defeat Armour Matmen With 18-14 Count 
January 17, 1934 Inter-Society Volleyball Game Sports Phils Flay Aels in First Society Volleyball Contest 
January 17, 1934 Captain Lawrence Recovers From Ankle Injury; to Start Against Redbirds Sports Crusader Five to Meet Cardinals Next Saturday 
January 17, 1934 Series of Orations on Life Of Jonathan Blancharh To Feature Reunion News Academy Graduates to Hold "Founders Banquet", Jan. 27 
January 17, 1934 Eugene Paul Short Comment Good! 
January 17, 1934 History Club Short Comment Historical Group to Give Two Pictures 
January 17, 1934 Sigma Pi Sigma Short Comment Sigma Pi Sigma to Meet At Grad's Home, Jan. 18 
January 17, 1934 Personal Updates Column Personally Speaking 
January 24, 1934 Frank "Samson" News Notorious 'oop Splash Crashes In  
January 24, 1934 Alice K. Spaulding News Couple Of juicy Faculty Notes  
January 24, 1934 David Heydenburk News Students Riot at Formation of Wheaton Opera (WFOT) Club  
January 24, 1934 Prof. Proof, Candy Wrapper Joke Stupid onion Introduces 'Prof. Proof, Candy Wraper 
January 24, 1934 Paul DeCamp News Prexy Denies Charges!! Calms Riot With Wise Refutations 
January 24, 1934 The Record Column Editorial  
January 24, 1934 Staff Column This Is Really Rerious! 
January 24, 1934 G. G. IX Joke Obituary Notice Tea joke Died Dead 
January 24, 1934 Tiddledy Winks News W. A. A. Wimper 
January 24, 1934 Frances McCaw News Very Personally Speaking 
January 24, 1934 W. Jehoshaphat News Archie and Maude Disgustedly Quit; Reveal Identity  
January 24, 1934 The Fourth Floor News Altic Rats Plan lousy Party For Their G. F. s 
January 24, 1934 Dean E. R. Schell Information Academy Enrollement Shrinks To Paltry 459 
January 24, 1934 Dick Derby News Children Throw Vater At Tea-Party 
January 24, 1934 Benjamin Coleman  Sports Can't Wait for Fall practice; Floric in Snow  
January 24, 1934 Spoof 'n Spat News Fairy Story  
January 24, 1934 Freshmen  News Freshies gripe to Reporter; Want Changes in Rag Flush  
January 24, 1934 Mr. Hunt News Birds Are In Full bloom At Pittford's Store  
January 31, 1934 Glee Club Article Coeds Take Mid-Winter Vocal Trip 
January 31, 1934 Chi Sigma Theta Article Initiation Papers Read Before Educational Society 
January 31, 1934 Expression Readings Article Eight Expression Students Give Readings in Recital 
January 31, 1934 Student Car Crash Article Students Receive Injuries in Crash of Autos, Sunday 
January 31, 1934 Oratorical Contest Article Amy Deck, Rayburn To Go to Peoria as Orators in Tourney 
January 31, 1934 Forensic Team Article Forensic Squads Win in Practice Meet, Jan. 25-27 
January 31, 1934 Houghton, Radio Evangelist Article Will Houghton to Lead Music, Preach, Feb. 4-11 
January 31, 1934 Men's Glee Article Men's Glee Club Tours Illinois in Six Appearances 
January 31, 1934 Record Newspaper Staff Article Editor Selects New Staff for Semester 
January 31, 1934 International Student Association Article Cosmopolites to Hold 'Indian' Meeting, Feb. 3 
January 31, 1934 Symphony Orchestra Article Dr. Simons to Conduct Symphony 
January 31, 1934 Vesper Service Article Prayer Day to Close with Vespers, To-day 
January 31, 1934 Chapel Services Article R.R. Brown to Conduct Christian Endeavor, Feb. 4 
January 31, 1934 Student Policy for Opinions Article To Crystalize Student Opinion--- Announcement of Policy 
January 31, 1934 US Mental Age Article Figures Reveal High Mental Age for Adults 
January 31, 1934 Poetry Column The Gay Gargoyle 
January 31, 1934 Holy Spirit at Wheaton Column Student Opines 
January 31, 1934 World Challenges Article Unrest of World Challenges Testimony to Christ's Peace 
January 31, 1934 Poetry Column Helicon 
January 31, 1934 Literary Socities Recap Article Newly-Elected Society Heads to Take Office 
January 31, 1934 Academy Banquet Article Academy Alumni, Students Banquet 
January 31, 1934 Fudge Party Article Helen Ostlund Entertains Friends 
January 31, 1934 Politeness Column Helping Along 
January 31, 1934 News 20, 10, 5 years ago Article "In Days of Yore" 
January 31, 1934 Literary Society Leaders Article Society Heads Await Installation 
January 31, 1934 Academy News Academy 
January 31, 1934 Wrestling Sports Mat Squad to Wrestle Cardinals 
January 31, 1934 Basketball Sports Maroon Quintet Whips Local Five 34-23, Saturday 
January 31, 1934 Basketball and Wrestling Sports Hoop 'n Mat 
January 31, 1934 Wrestler Profile Sports Liberman Displays Versatile Ability in Various Fields 
January 31, 1934 Basketball Sports Local Basketeers Beat Armour; Lose to North Central 
January 31, 1934 Men's Riding Club Article Equestrians Organize as Boot, Saddle Club 
January 31, 1934 Wrestling Sports Purple Grapplers Trounce Wheaton; Austin Gets Fall 
January 31, 1934 News News W.A.A. Wail 
January 31, 1934 Basketball Sports Profs' Squad to Contest with Locals 
February 7, 1934 Collage Avenue Association Makes a Proposal of New Thoroughfare to Council News Group Plans Extension of Front Street 
February 7, 1934 Thomas P.Kellogg News City Councilmen To Discuss Liquor Bill To-morrow 
February 7, 1934 Men's debates Information Carroll, La Grange To oppose Wheaton Men forensic Teams 
February 7, 1934 Erma Stevens Article Will Houghton Comes with Varied Experience in Work 
February 7, 1934 Basketball Game Information A challenge 
February 7, 1934 Dr.L .Allen Higley Information Chemistry Students To Visit Three City Industries, Saturday 
February 7, 1934 Publicity Group to Sponsor High School Entertainment To-morrow as First in Series Information Students Will Give Program In Bensenville 
February 7, 1934 Dr.Will H. Houghton Article Dr. Houghton States Two Objectives 
February 7, 1934 Dr. John Welsh Information Neurology Class to Meet with Dr.Welsh 
February 7, 1934 Hall Dautel  Information Hall Dautel to Lead C.E. Meeting, Sunday Night 
February 7, 1934 Evangelism and Prayer Article Saving of Souls Must Be Preceded by Prayer 
February 7, 1934 Campus Drive Ways Article Action Should Be Taken To Repair Campus Drives 
February 7, 1934 Letter to the Editor Column The Student O.P.I.N.E.S 
February 7, 1934 Modern Skepticism Article Religion, Like All Else, Faces Modern Skepticism 
February 7, 1934 Alice Wallendorf Information Evangelistic Services Hold Sway on Campus 
February 7, 1934 Aelioian Literary Society News Aels Entertain New Students 
February 7, 1934 Chalmers Hatch News Class of '37 Plans Skating Party 
February 7, 1934 Open House News Dunlaps Hold Open House 
February 7, 1934 Washington Banquet Information Helping Along 
February 7, 1934 Roberta Leaf Infromation Roberta Leaf to Read Tennyson "Enoch Arden" 
February 7, 1934 Prof. John W.Leedy Information 'Men of Vision' Is Theme For Washington Banquet 
February 7, 1934 Stacy Woods  News Stacy Woods to Preside Over International Club 
February 7, 1934 Earle Looker Article "The White House Gang" 
February 7, 1934 Grades Above 90 News Eight Attain to First Semester's Prep Honor Roll 
February 7, 1934 Betty Weeks Article Reporter Views Machinery of Bust News Department 
February 7, 1934 Dr. Orrin Edward Tiffany Information Dr. Tiffany Lectures on World Politics 
February 7, 1934 Compulsory Gym Training Introduced in 1931; Evans Trains Gym Team Article Jack Evans Views Gym Development 
February 7, 1934 Wheaton to Meet Evanston Grapplers; Teachers to Come To-morrow Sports Purple Team To Wrestle Local Squad 
February 7, 1934 Varsity Volley Ball Team Sports W.A.A.Wail 
February 7, 1934 Basketball Sports Junior Varsity Defeats DeKalb'B' Squad,22-20 
February 7, 1934 Wheaton' play in Final Stanza Matches Teachers; 15 to 8 Is Score at Half  Sports Teachers Trounce Orange Five, 25-22 
February 7, 1934 Wrestling Meet  Sports Player Smother Naperville Grapplers By 31-5 Count, Feb.1 
February 7, 1934 Cagers to Oppose Armor To-morrow; To Meet George Williams, Feb.10 Sports Crusaders to Engage Two City Teams 
February 7, 1934 Arusiag Stephanian Article 'Joy' Stephanian Awaits Passport Back to Syria 
February 7, 1934 President Ralph Cooper Hutchison News Well! 
February 7, 1934 Finds Menagerie of College Students On Extensive Exploration Article Reporter Visits Buswell Day' at Chicago Museum 
February 7, 1934 Bird Egg Collection News  Get Museum Collection  
February 14, 1934 Mcquilken Ironside to preach Here Information Coming Evangelist 
February 14, 1934 Gerald Ford News Publicity Service Gives Program at St. Charles 
February 14, 1934 Mrs Wesley Kosin Information A new first aid class 
February 14, 1934 Thomas P. Kellog News Councl Bars Sale of Intoxicants in City of Wheaton 
February 14, 1934 Robert Rayburn News  Amy Deck Reaches Finals in Oratorical Meet, Loses Friday 
February 14, 1934 Miss Martha Loud Information Student Volunteers To Hear Miss Loud 
February 14, 1934 Metting Cancelled Information Bulletin 
February 7, 1934 Intramural Basketball Sports Ten Cage Teams Begin Shedule in Intramural  
February 14, 1934 College Christian Endeavor Information Young People to have Union meeting 
February 14, 1934 Esther Gelatt News Music, Books, Furniture Among Gifts to Library 
February 14, 1934 Cyril Luckman News Mary Allison, Anderson Win in Snapshot Contest 
February 7, 1934 New Physics Apparatus Column Beyond the Campus 
February 14, 1934 Daniel F. Weyer Information Plan for Anual Washintong Banquet 
February 14, 1934 Dr. H. O Taylor News Physical Department Establishes Meridian On College Campus 
February 14, 1934 Chicago Christaian High School Information Academy to Debate Christians 
February 14, 1934 National Scholarstic Physical Science fraternity  Information Zetterrholm to receieve Sigma Pi Sigma Honors 
February 14, 1934 Sermon of Dr. Houghton Article Blessings of Last Week Need not Cease 
February 14, 1934 Cheerleaders are not entertainers Article Cheerleaders Deserve Cooperation At Athlethic Contests 
February 14, 1934 Campus Organizations Article Publicity Service Promotes Name of Wheaton 
February 14, 1934 An Oyster met an Oyster Article The Gay Gargoxe 
February 14, 1934 The Editor Letter The Student OPINES 
February 14, 1934 Beauty, Honey, Universe, Poem Article HELICON 
February 14, 1934 Alice Wallendorf News  Love Themes Furnish Topics for Societies 
February 14, 1934 Jane McArthur Information New Aels to Tell of Love at First Sight  
February 14, 1934 Josephine Bonney Information 'Heroes' to Feature Phil Meeting 
February 14, 1934 Paul DeCamp Information Arrows to Have Valentine Theme 
February 14, 1934 Jevne Rhenisch News Belt to Present New Men in First 
February 14, 1934 John Sanderson Information Celts to Roam 'Mid Polar Snows' 
February 14, 1934 Dr. George Smith News  1909 
February 14, 1934 Woodrow Wilson News  1924 
February 14, 1934 Annual Girls Dorm Party News  1929 
February 14, 1934 Bows and Arrows Information Personally Speaking  
February 14, 1934 Washintong Banquet Article Helping Along 
February 14, 1934 William Evans  Information Books to Meet Your needs 
February 14, 1934 Mr. LeRoy Hamp News Elizabeth Green to Appear With Former Instructor 
February 14, 1934 Wheaton Lost a hard Fought Wrestling match News Purple Mat Squad Wins Meet, 22-10 
February 14, 1934 Iren Saunders News W.AA. Wail 
February 14, 1934 Dave Watson News Jayvee Five Defeats Man's Shop, 37-25 
February 14, 1934 Charles Seidenspinner Article  True Seekers may Know Verity Of Christian Truths 
February 14, 1934 Wheaton Cagers Sports City Hoop Squad To Face Orange Team, Tomorrow 
February 14, 1934 Ten Wins and Ten Loses Sports Hoop 'n Mat 
February 14, 1934 Alvon Wonnacott Sports Academy Beats Harris 36-11; :eads at half,17-5 
February 14, 1934 George Williams Sports Coraymen Defeat George Williams College, Saturday 
February 14, 1934 Naperville Hoopsters to Face Wheatonites in Return Game, Saturday Sports Orange Five Will Engage Cardinals 
February 21, 1934 Dr. Buswell To Preside At Banquet Information Twenty-fifth Annual Event To Feature 'Men of vision' in Speeches 
February 21, 1934 Rev.James Mallis Informations  Rev. James Student Volunteers To-night at 7 
February 21, 1934 Carl Schauffele News Student Council To Sponsor Two Campus Services 
February 21, 1934 James Oliver Buswell News President to Receive Decoration of Honor In Chapel, March 17 
February 21, 1934 Federal Relief Association Announces Allotment For Needy Collegians News Government Grants Aid To Students 
February 21, 1934 Miss.Effie Jane Wheeler News National Journalistic Club Institutes Local Chapter 
February 21, 1934 Local Liquor Dealers Resume Business Under StateControl Board's Orders News Illinois Council Overrules Local Police Decision 
February 21, 1934 Kymograph Information Department of Physiology Installs new Kymograph 
February 21, 1934 Arthur Konrad News Five Wheatonites To Attend League Meet in Boston 
February 21, 1934 Kenneth Masteller Information Foundations of Life Is Topic for College C.E 
February 21, 1934 A.W.Tozer Information Glee Club to Sing Two Chicago concerts, Feb 25 
February 21, 1934 Eight Students Recieve 95 Averages; seniors win class Honars News 102 Receive High Grade Distinction 
February 21, 1934 Olivet College Debating Team Information Olivet Debate Squad To Oppose Wheaton 
February 21, 1934 Earl R. Buell Article Start Writing Your Short-Story Now 
February 21, 1934 North Central Game Article Students Should Receive True values. 
February 21, 1934 Valentines Day Literature THE GAYGARGOYLE 
February 21, 1934 Father Forgive them- Luke 23:34 Article Words of Christ on Cross Hold Two-Fold Signifigance 
February 21, 1934 LOVE SERENE Literature HELICON 
February 21, 1934 Men of Visions Article Society Folk Await Washington Banquet 
February 21, 1934 Martha Brobeck Information Four Women Request Bow Membership 
February 21, 1934 Dr.Elsie Storrs Dow News Dr. Dow Entertains At Valentine Dinner 
February 21, 1934 Emily Post News Helping Along 
February 21, 1934 Helen Grabner News Helen Grabner Receives Scholarship 
February 21, 1934 Frances McCaw News 'Hearts' is Theme of Valentine Party 
February 21, 1934 Rev. Morgan Williams News Mallis Takes Rood's Place at C. E. Rally; Williams Gives Talks 
February 21, 1934 Dr. Elsie Storrs Dow News Dr. Dow Speaks in Glen Ellyn 
February 21, 1934 College Chapel Information Short-Story Contest Apr. 20 
February 21, 1934 Mary Hosler News Publicity Service Sponsors Program at West Chicago 
February 21, 1934 President of Fundamentalist Association Thinks Youth will Respond to Appeal News Rood Says Young People Tend to Go to Extremes 
February 21, 1934 Dr. Taylor News Wheaton Sigma Pi Sigma Issues Annual Scientific Publication 
February 21, 1934 Kalamazoo College News Greenville Debate Squad to Appear in Fischer Chapel 
February 21, 1934 Make-up Editor Takes Frequent Trips; Decides Typography, Location of Stories, Cuts News Managing Editors has Varied Jobs 
February 21, 1934 Dorothy Hoogenboom News Women's League Announces New Meeting Schedule 
February 21, 1934 Mary Worsham News "warwhoops," Orient Provide Academy Literary Themes 
February 21, 1934 Stan Olson News S.D.S. Plans to Send Out 10,000 Books 
February 21, 1934 Sam Orvis Sports Crusaders to Engage in Two Games, Tomorrow, Saturday 
February 21, 1934 Coach Johnny Player Sports Matmen to Meet Armour Tonight on Wheaton Mats 
February 21, 1934 North Central Sports Mat Squads to Compete in Tourney 
February 21, 1934 Dr. Paul M. Wright Sports College Faculty Deadlocks High School Teachers 
February 21, 1934 North Central's Hoopsters Lead at Half, 20-10 Sports Crusaders Down Cardinals, 42-38, in Overtime Fracas; Trail During Whole Game 
February 21, 1934 Earl Lindberg Information Hoop'n Mat 
February 21, 1934 The American College of Physical Education Sports City Five Loses by 42-33 Score to Crusader Quintet 
February 21, 1934 The Boot and Saddle Club Sports Men Riders Plan to Buy Uniforms 
February 21, 1934 Ben Coleman Sports Ben Coleman to Announce at Gym show 
February 21, 1934 Miss Lillian Laven Sports Miss Laven to Show Slides, Tell Leagues about Work, Feb. 26 
February 21, 1934 The North Central Jayvees Sports Naperville Second String Trounces Orange Five, 21-19 
February 21, 1934 Del Jorgensen Sports Delburt Jorgensen Says Wrestling is of Great Benefit 
February 21, 1934 Alvon Wonnacott Sports Academy Five Loses Fast Game to North Park 
February 28, 1934 Needy Collegians Gain Help Through Repairing, Jobs In Dining Hall News 65 Students Seek Work Through Aid 
February 28, 1934 Piano Recital Music Allerton Hotel Musicians To Play in Piano Recital 
February 28, 1934 Music Box Music Members of Music Box Elect Officers 
February 28, 1934 First League Debate News Shurtleff to Come For First League Debate, March 8 
February 28, 1934 Biola Quartette Music Quartette to Lead Chapel Tomorrow; Class of '34, Friday 
February 28, 1934 Student Supply Store News College Decides on Supply Store as Union's New Name 
February 28, 1934 Third Annual Gymnasium Exhibit News Evans Selects Six Students to Sing At Gym Exhibit 
February 28, 1934 The College Band Music Band to Present Concert, March 16 
February 28, 1934 A Great Event News Lost, Found Articles To Go on Block as Result of "Honesty" 
February 28, 1934 Efficiency Survey Group Sees Various Campus Buildings In Inspection, Feb. 22 News Committee Views Units Of College 
February 28, 1934 College Dining Hall Workers' Roller-Skating Party Short Comment Workers in Dining Hall To Hold PArty at Elgin 
February 28, 1934 The Challenge of Change Article Changing World Brings Challenge to Students 
February 28, 1934 Humor Column The Gay Gargoyle 
February 28, 1934 Student Opinion Column The Student O.P.I.N.E.S 
February 28, 1934 "This Day Shalt Thou Be With Me in Paradise" Article Faith Alone Assures One Of Eternity in Paradise 
February 28, 1934 "The Fifth Symphony" Literature H.E.L.I.C.O.N 
February 28, 1934 Literature Societies Literature Revolts, Music Mark Society Themes Range 
February 28, 1934 Personal Events Information Personals 
February 28, 1934 Mr. Peter Stam, Jr. News Scribes to Attend Dinner, March 31; P. Stam to Speak 
February 28, 1934 Through the Years Column In Ye Goode Olde Dayes 
February 28, 1934 Classes to Convene Today; Debate Team to Meet Chicago Y.M.C.A. News Academy to Play Harris Hoop Squad 
February 28, 1934 Illinois Normal, DeKalb, Elmhurst, Wesleyan to Compete Sports "Little Nineteen" Matmen To Vie for Championship 
February 28, 1934 Wheaton's Wrestling Team Sports Wrestlers Defeat DeKalb Grapplers, 33-0, Friday 
February 28, 1934 Elmhurst vs. Wheaton Sports Elmhurst Five Defeats Crusaders, 39-36, Feb. 20 
February 28, 1934 Sam Orvis, '32 Sports Sam Orvis' Team Succumbs, 49-23, To Orange Five 
February 28, 1934 Men's Intramural Basketball Tournament Sports Jayvees Trim Pirates, 29-16; Stop Boosters 
February 28, 1934 Varsity News Sports Hoop 'n Mat 
February 28, 1934 Record Basketball Team To Meet Faculty Team Sports Spirit Runs High As Scribes, Profs Prepare for Tilt 
February 28, 1934 Orange and Blue Team Sports Crusader Matmen Down Armour by 28-6 Count 
February 28, 1934 Poem Literature The Tie That Blinds 
February 28, 1934 "Little Nineteen" Champions Defeat North Central in Former Meet Sports Redbirds to Tangle with Mat Squad 
March 7, 1934 Elisabeth green Music Music Club to Present Enternainers  
March 7, 1934 Amaerican Legio News Legio To Present Medals, March 17 
March 7, 1934 Lake Forest Literature Foresters, Augustana To Debate Wheaton  
March 7, 1934 Stratton Shufelt, News Quintet to Lead Rockford Services Saturday, Sunday 
March 7, 1934 Rosary College Literature Debate Card Lists Three Contestants  
March 7, 1934 Leonard Smith Music Orchestra, Instrumental Solos to Feature Show 
March 7, 1934 Chicago Union Of Student volunteers news Volunteers To hold Discussion on Name  
March 7, 1934 "Romance Of Rayon" News Biology Classes To view Pictures Reels, March 12, 13 
March 7, 1934 National Convetion of the League of Evangelical Students  News Convetion Delegates to Speak to League  
March 7, 1934 Harold Bachman Music Band Director  
March 7, 1934 The Wheaton Record News Record to Present Two Free tickets To Campus Concerts 
March 7, 1934 St. Patrick's Day News Oratical Association Hold Lunceon, March 17 
March 7, 1934 Annual Spring Concert music Band Plans Consert for Next Week  
March 7, 1934 Coach Edward A. Coray  Sports Council Approves Athletic Managers  
March 7, 1934 The Wheaton Record Column Annual game Strengthens Student, Faculty Relation  
March 7, 1934 The Wheaton Record Column Congratulations, Wreslers, That Was Great Work 
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