Index to The Record, 1934 (September)-1934 (December)


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September 19, 1934 Many Departments Reveal Innocations; infirmanry, Dining Hall Affected News Changes in Faculty Go into Effect 
September 19, 1934 The Alma Mater, the Laureta and College Yells News Class of '38 Accepts Sophomore Regulations 
September 19, 1934 Marvin Derby News Council Selects Marvin Derby to Edit Newspaper 
September 19, 1934 John Ballbach News John Ballbach to Act as Chairman of Class of '38 
September 19, 1934 Approximately 275 Freshmen, 100 Other New Students Matriculate Here News Over 764 Enroll, to Shatter All Former Records 
September 19, 1934 Touring Wheatonites Hold Over 500 Services During Summer Vacation News Five Gospel Teams Travel to All Sections of Country 
September 19, 1934 Mrs. Kenneth A. Amsler News Mrs. Amsler Begins Gospel Song Course for Piano Players 
September 19, 1934 Homer Hammontree, Paul Beck with Conduct Song Service News Dr. H. A. Ironside Again Leads Campus Meetings 
September 19, 1934 De Witt Jayne News Tower of '36 to Emphasize Art, Features, Says Editor 
September 19, 1934 Alice Wallendorf News Charles Troutman to Direct Annual Fall Homecoming 
September 19, 1934 Record Enrollment Confirms Wheaton's Popularity Articles Frosh, You Add The Finishing Touch 
September 19, 1934 Poultry Short Comments The Gay Gargoyle 
September 19, 1934 Values Literature Hellicon 
September 19, 1934 The North Central Association Article Search for Wisdom Should Transcend Quest for Facts 
September 19, 1934 Mary Helen Jones News Societies Make Plans for Annual Informals 
September 19, 1934 Miss Stefania Thorlakson Will Study for Degree at Urbana; Miss Lindblad Replaces Her News Academy Roster Shows Increase; Over 90 Enroll 
September 19, 1934 Wesley Burnham News Summer Literary Society, Therizonian, Closes Year with Meeting on Beach 
September 19, 1934 Director Nordin Hears 61 in Tryouts for Men's Glee Club, Sep. 12, 13 News Vocal Tests Draw Many Applicants 
September 19, 1934 Miss Brown News Miss Brown is Versatile in Many College Athletics 
September 19, 1934 Robert Crawford News Alumni 
September 19, 1934 Fifty-Five Players Report at First Call; Six Regulars Return from '33 Squad Sports Gustafson Face Season with Green Grid Squad 
September 19, 1934 Women's Athletic Association Information Co-ed Soccer Teams to Practice, Sept. 22 
September 19, 1934 Cross Country Runners Sports Six Veterans Get Harrier Outfits for 1934 Season 
September 19, 1934 Miss Brown Article on Sports Flying Tackle 
September 19, 1934 W. A. A. Stages Party for Freshman Girls at Stanton Stables Sports Minnesota Alumna Feels Unique Wheaton Spirit 
September 19, 1934 Will Norton News Miss Brown, New Women's Athletic Instructor Plans to Introduce Quoitennis 
September 19, 1934 New Nurse Receives Training in Chicago Hospitals; Works with Practitioner News Miss Ada Rury, Graduate, Takes Infirmary Position 
September 19, 1934 Edwin Stanley Seder News Students Applaud Professor Seder During Reception 
September 19, 1934 Stanley Ray News Stanley I. Ray Leads Men in Stag, Sept. 13 
September 26, 1934 Muck, Howard will Have High Positions on Staff; New Job Initiated News Personnel of News Staff Announced 
September 26, 1934 Men's Glee Club Music Director Adds Seventeen Newcomers to Increase Men's Glee Club Roster 
September 26, 1934 Auxiliary Dining Hall News Economy Menu Is Likely Plan For Dining Auxiliary 
September 26, 1934 Stephen Childs to Be President, Heaton Is Manager; Membership Jumps from 44 to 60 News Larger Orchestra Being Organized 
September 26, 1934 Clarence H. Benson News Dr. Clarence Benson To Speak in Chapel 
September 26, 1934 Criticisms of Record Paper News "Taxation Without Representation" 
September 26, 1934 Elaborate Disarray--- More Elaborate, the Better, Seems Order of the Day News Sophomore Rulings Explain Apathetic Frosh Appearance 
September 26, 1934 Charles Wakefield Cadman, Composer and Quartet to Be Here at Homecoming News Tower Asks Cadman for 1st Concert 
September 26, 1934 Presidnet J. Oliver Buswell Jr. Short Comment President to Speak in Many Bible Groups 
September 26, 1934 Formal Education Must Not Be Disparaged Article Study of the Word Provides Education 
September 26, 1934 Forsaking the Church Services In Favor Of The Dining Hall Article "Sacrilegeous Greed--" Away With It-- 
September 26, 1934 Humor Column The Gay Gargoyle 
September 26, 1934 Devotion to God Article Daily Time for Devotions Leads to Peace, Happiness 
September 26, 1934 "The Seat of the Muses" Literature Helicon 
September 26, 1934 Literature Societies Literature Phils, Celts to Hold Informals Friday 
September 26, 1934 Dow House Short Comment College Acquires House To Room Eleven Women 
September 26, 1934 League of Evangelical Students Short Comment Women League Members Hold Dorm Sing, Sunday 
September 26, 1934 Virginia Stough Excells in Many Phases of College Lite; Is Silent on Age News Phil President Praises Friendships in Society 
September 26, 1934 Attributes "Wheaton Spirit" to Strict Adherence to Teachings of Word News Ironside Commends Stand On Basic Faith Questions 
September 26, 1934 The Missionary Volunteer News Mrs. Campbell to Address Volunteer Meeting, Tonight 
September 26, 1934 Grace E. Wilson and John E. Strabel Short Comment Grace Wilson, '31, John Strabel Become Engaged 
September 26, 1934 League of Evangelical Students News Religious League Officers Sponsor Services, Classes 
September 26, 1934 Dr. H.A. Ironside News Ironside Speaks To Ministerial Group, Sept. 20 
September 26, 1934 "Hudson Taylor's Passion for China's Millions" News C.E. to Discuss China Theme in Meeting, Sunday 
September 26, 1934 Singer-Evangelist Meets Few Lukewarm Folks-- All for Or Against Christ News "Young Folks Everywhere on Fire for God"-- Hammontree 
September 26, 1934 Harley Barnes NEws Barnes to Preside In Class Debates 
September 26, 1934 Barnes, Magistrate, Sentences 9 Yearling Offenders to From 4 to 16 Swats News Nine Frosh Sentenced at Soph Court 
September 26, 1934 "New York Times History of the World War" News Library Receives New Volumes as Gifts of Friends 
September 26, 1934 Little Known of Strength of Foe; Coach Gustafason Will Send Untried Eleven Against New Opponent Sports Gridmen to Meet Milwaukee In First Game Here, Saturday 
September 26, 1934 Women's Riding Club Sports Women Riders Plan Weekly Trips Under McCrory's Leadership 
September 26, 1934 College Gun Club Sports Gunmen Secure Experts To Instruct on Range 
September 26, 1934 Three Freshman Candidates to Bid for Positions Left by Graduating Regulars Sports Tennis Tourney Discloses Talent for '35 Season 
September 26, 1934 Coach Putnam to Pick Squad From Tryouts Today; Veterans to Form Team Nucleus Sports Runner to Meet Milwaukee Profs 
September 26, 1934 Soccer Sports Soccer Practice Periods Open Co-Ed Sport Season 
September 26, 1934 Junior Varsity Football Squad Sports Jayvee Football Squad to battle At Lisle, Friday 
September 26, 1934 Half Back Positions Claim Three Aspirants; Others Are Linemen Sports Eight Freshmen Grid Stars Compete for VArsity Berths 
September 26, 1934 Football Sports Goal to Go 
September 26, 1934 Dorothy Waterhouse, Grace Gibson, Nicholas Earn Honor Scholarships News Class of '34 Wins Trophy; Sophomores Take Second 
September 26, 1934 New Literary Column News Edith Hollingsworth to Revamp Old Column 
September 26, 1934 College Efficiency Survey Committee News Faculty Considers Report of Survey By Chicago Men 
September 26, 1934 A Series of Features on Wheaton Seniors Short Comment Senior Interviews Again To Run in Record Page 
September 26, 1934 Commuters Short Comment Glen Ellyn to Be Scene of Hike in Commuters' Plans 
September 26, 1934 Alumni News News Alumni 
September 26, 1934 Six Transfer Students Enter in Class of '35; Registration Facts Reveal News Eleven Seniors Fail to Return To Class Ranks 
October 3, 1934 Collective Bargaining  News Subjects for Debate Are Determined 
October 3, 1934 Lawrence Anderson News Council Votes on Appropriation at Monday Meeting 
October 3, 1934 Robert Nicholas Information Charles Brooks Tells Need Of Navajo Evangelization 
October 3, 1934 Dr. Wallace Emerson News Emerson, dyrness Have New Titles  
October 3, 1934 Ministerial Association  News Ministerial Association to Hold Chapel Tomorrow; Aels-Belts to Lead Friday  
October 3, 1934 Stanley Hrudka News Business Manager Appoints Hrudka Advertising Head  
October 3, 1934 Literary Societies News Society Council Submits By - Law 
October 3, 1934 Presisdent J. Oliver Buswell Jr. News President Announces Political Candidacy  
October 3, 1934 Prof. Enock Dyrness News Acting Faculty Committees, Extra - Curricular Duties to Come Under New Headings 
October 3, 1934 The Wheaton Record Column Wheat Wheaton College Thinks Of Wheaton College Rules 
October 3, 1934 The Wheaton Record Column A team That's Going Places -- Talk It Up! 
October 3, 1934 Eddie Torr Column The Gay Gargoyle 
October 3, 1934 Who? Me? Literature Service Is Humble, Unified Devotion to One Master 
October 3, 1934 Edith Hollingsworth Literature Helicon 
October 3, 1934 H. I. B. '36 Literature Surrender  
October 3, 1934 Betty Weeks Literature Aels, Belts to Continue Informal Season, Oct 5 
October 3, 1934 Phils Show News Reviewer Lauds Simplicity, Cleverness of Presentation, Friday  
October 3, 1934 Amy Deck Information Amy Deck, president of Aeolian, Receives High Honor in Forensics 
October 3, 1934 Dr. Dow News Dr. Dow Celebrates Anniversary at Home  
October 3, 1934 Mary Kestner News May We Present - - - From the Class of '35 
October 3, 1934 John Duff  News Hungry Diners May Soon Eat Without Delay 
October 3, 1934 Mike Cleverland News Scenes from Soph Court Reveal Deliquent Frosh  
October 3, 1934 Soph Courts News Six Yearlings Found Guilty of Major, Minor offences At Session, Oct. 1 
October 3, 1934 Wheaton College Information College Will Give Weekly Half - hour Feature on WMBI 
October 3, 1934 Coach Vic Gustavson  Sports team Holds Night Practices in Preparation for Game Under Lights 
October 3, 1934 Captain Rejmer  Sports Harriers lose to Milwaukee Squad  
October 3, 1934 Jack Evans News Evans Announces $250 purchase of Gym Equipment  
October 3, 1934 Soccer Sports ... W. A. A. Wail ...  
October 3, 1934 Captain Glover Sports Goal to Go 
October 3, 1934 St. Procopius Sports Jayvees Fall to Lisle Gridsters 
October 3, 1934 Major Joseph Duner News Major J. Duner to Serve as Coach of College Gun Club  
October 3, 1934 Glover Sports Grid Team Wins From Milwaukee 
October 3, 1934 Albert Miller News Daughters of Ex - '64 man Recall Wheaton Stories  
October 3, 1934 Student Council News Council Minutes  
October 3, 1934 Epinonian Literary Literature Eps ro Seek 'School Spirit' 
October 3, 1934 Hudson Taylor News C. E to Study Sketch At Livingstone  
October 3, 1934 Academy Glee Club news Academy Students Join Contest; Try Out in Glee Club 
October 3, 1934 Helga Bender News German Student Elect Helga Bender to Preside  
October 3, 1934 Kreitonian News Kreits to Eat 'Traffic Jam' 
October 3, 1934 Miss Alice Ringland News Miss Alice Ringland to Adress Band of Volunteers, Tonight  
October 3, 1934 Soccer Sports Coeds Hold Soccer Practice in Gym 
October 3, 1934 Men's Riding Club News Men Riders Convene For First time, Oct. 1 
October 3, 1934 President J. Oliver Buswell Jr.  news Speaking System To be Permanent in Near Future  
October 3, 1934 Student Directory  Information Office to Publish Students Directory  
October 3, 1934 Rowen Tingley News Correction  
October 10, 1934 Thomas P. Crofts News T.P Crofts Appointed As Trustee 
October 10, 1934 Webster Muck News Four Record men to Attend Press Meet 
October 10, 1934 Freshmen Class News Freshmen Discuss Plans For Program at Homecoming  
October 10, 1934 Mrs. Catharine C. Shapleigh News Permission Slips to Replace Coeds' Hostess Report 
October 10, 1934 Louis Gehr News Publicity Bureau Disloses Personnel 
October 10, 1934 Missionary Volunteers News Miss Martha Loud to Speak to Missionary Volunteers Tonight 
October 10, 1934 President J. Oliver  News President To Go East, To Fly Back for homecoming  
October 10, 1934 Charles Wakefield Cadman Music Cadman To Give original Musical Story at Concert 
October 10, 1934 Stanley Gambell Literature Oratorical Club to Hold Initial Meeting Monday 
October 10, 1934 Dr. Taylor News Astronomers Go To Williams Bay  
October 10, 1934 Millard Cleverland News Berg to Head History Club; Officers Chosen  
October 10, 1934 Homecoming News President to Preach at Sunday Services; Grid Men Oppose Elmhust  
October 10, 1934 The Wheaton Record Column Worship In Chapel --- Just a Warning 
October 10, 1934 The Wheaton Record  Column New Committee System is Simplified 
October 10, 1934 Eddie Torr Column The Gay Gargoyle 
October 10, 1934 Huma Heart Artcle Human Heart Is Stirred at Through of Christ's Agony 
October 10, 1934 Edith Hollingsworth Literature Helicon 
October 10, 1934 Betty Weeks Literature Infomals Will Reveal Bow, Arrow Abilities 
October 10, 1934 Irene Aunders News Bow Leader Reveals Her Pet Hobbies  
October 10, 1934 Elgin Skating News Juniors Plan To Skate at Elgin Roller Rink 
October 10, 1934 Mrs. Corinne Smith  News Mrs. Smith Plans Informal Socials to Meet Women  
October 10, 1934 Lawrence Paxson News Tower Bell Rings for Paxson, Eastern Girl  
October 10, 1934 Amy Seidenspinner News Amy Seidespinner to Wed Steinhaus Tonight 
October 10, 1934 Amy Deck News Muses Visit Among Aels With Music  
October 10, 1934 Grace Sanderscn News May We Present --- From The Class Of '35 
October 10, 1934 Enock C. Dyrness Information Registrar Gives Enrollement Faces  
October 10, 1934 Chicago Fair News Two groupd From Campus pay Visit To Chicago's Fair  
October 10, 1934 Dean Edward Schell Academy Academy Classes Pick Heads, Visit 'ACentury Progress" 
October 10, 1934 Miss Effie Jane Wheeler Literature Miss Wheeler Criticises For 'Literary Workshop' 
October 10, 1934 Robert Glover News Fourth Floor Inmates to Hold Party  
October 10, 1934 Dr. L. Allen Higley  News Drs. Higley, Taylor to Go to National Physuics Meet 
October 10, 1934 Football Sports Crusaders to Oppose Cardinals In grid, Cross-Country Meet  
October 10, 1934 DeKalb Sports Crusader Jayvees Drop 18-0 Contest to DeKalb Srubs 
October 10, 1934 James N. McKellin news Autumn Weather Promises Frequent Horseback Rides  
October 10, 1934 Women Activities News ... W. A. A. Wail ... 
October 10, 1934 Captain Frank Rejmer Sports Harriers to Run In Half, Oct 13 
October 10, 1934 Women Soccer Sports Soccer Practices Hold Attention of Women Athletes  
October 10, 1934 Bob Maxant News Goal to Go 
October 10, 1934 Vic Gustavson Sports Millikin Romps Over Crusaders With 41 - 0 Tally 
October 10, 1934 Ben Coleman News Coleman, Fischer, Sterrett Continue Tennis Victories  
October 10, 1934 Mrs. Hill Literature Writer Completes Book At Eleven Years Of Age  
October 10, 1934 Philip Irabon News Irabon, C. Dodd to Head Internationals  
October 10, 1934 Mrs. Gordon News Three Women Performers To Broadcast over WMBI 
October 10, 1934 President Buswell Information President Buswell's Reply to Presbytery 
October 17, 1934 Kelly Barnes,'27, to Act at Anlumni Banquet as Toastmasters, Oct.27 Information ' Latchstrings' To Be Theme of Dinner 
October 17, 1934 George V. Kirk  News Kirk to Leave Today For Trip to Southern States 
October 17, 1934 Musical Pioneer Aims to Secure Development of Indian Melodies Article Cadman, Tower Artist, Has Strong Musical Background 
October 17, 1934 Professor Seder to Play as High-light of Schedule for Sunday Afternoon Information Organ Recital Is Homecoming Plan 
October 17, 1934 Dr. R.V. Bingham Information Dr. Bingham to speak to Volunteer Group Tonight 
October 17, 1934 Football Sports A Matter of Course 
October 17, 1934 Rule Committee to Limit Area to 30 Feet From Pole: Grease Allowed Information Rush Area Restricted 
October 17, 1934 Miss. Florence E. Cobb Information Oct. 30 Date Set For First Recital 
October 17, 1934 Robert Rayburn Information Trio to Sing , Play Over Station WMBI, Tomorrow 
October 17, 1934 Mr. George V.Kirk Article $3.75 Per Week Is the price Of new Cafeteria Menu 
October 17, 1934 James Couper Information Couper to Speak to CE on 'Life of William Carey' 
October 17, 1934 Faculty Women to Sponsor Game Insturction at Novel Function Information Open House Will Start On Saturday 
October 17, 1934 'Not a Gnat' Is Plaint of Tiny Rhopalosiphum Pruniforaae Article Insect Answers Inquiries of Reporter as to His Identity 
October 17, 1934 "All School" Dinning Hall Article A 'Cultural Opportuinty' 
October 17, 1934 The Bible Article Danger in Study Of the Bible 
October 17, 1934 Flat Rejection Article Indifference to Atonement Amounts to Flat Rejection 
October 17, 1934 Betty Weeks Article Friars, Phi Phi Delta, 'Y' House to Entertain 
October 17, 1934 Men at 323 Lincoln Will Give Music Program at Formal Frolic, Oct.20 Information Friars Plan For party 
October 17, 1934 Irene Saunders  Article Bows present Delegates From Star at Informal 
October 17, 1934 Robert Glover Information Southern Spirit To Pervade Fall Phi Delta Party 
October 17, 1934 Mrs. Emerson to Preside At Annual Affair, Miss McDuffie to Serve Infromation Faculty Tea To Be Held Tomorrow 
October 17, 1934 Chalmers Sherwin Information Blind Dates will Meet Frosh at Barlett Party 
October 17, 1934 Betty Weeks Infromation Betty Weeks, Dorothy Horton, H. Berg, Sick  
October 17, 1934 Eleanor Robson Article May We Present ---From the class of'35 
October 17, 1934 Homecoming Information Frosh Again to Form Letters at Homecoming 
October 17, 1934 Other Organizations Assemble as Prep Activites get Under Way Information Academy Castilian Club Plans Musical Concert 
October 17, 1934 Lorrayne Benson Information G.A.A Plan Party For Oct.19 
October 17, 1934 Kin Handley News Academy Atheletes Form 'W' Club 
October 17, 1934 Miss. Dorothy Brown News Academy Coeds Organize Gymnasium Class 
October 17, 1934 Miss Stefania Thorlakson News Stefania Thorlakson Passes Illinios Test 
October 17, 1934 George Willis News SDS Members Pick Willis as Director 
October 17, 1934 Hatch, Troutman to Give Famous Orations at Meeting on Nov.5 Article Program for Orators Is Presented 
October 17, 1934 Rolf Jacobsen Information Jacobsen will Recount Southern Summer Trip 
October 17, 1934 Five Runners will Journey Downstate for Contest With State Champions Sports Harriers to Face Normal In Third Test, Saturday 
October 17, 1934 Fifty Men Sign to Play Soccer; Competition to Begin Some-time this week Sports Gehr Names Four Captains to Lead Intramural Teams 
October 17, 1934 Football Sports Cardinals Score Eight Touchdowns To Down Orange 
October 17, 1934 Capt. Frank Rejmer Sports Wheaton Harriers Outrun Redbirds For 19-36 Victory 
October 17, 1934 Riding Habit Sports ...W.A.A. Wail...  
October 17, 1934 Edwin S.Seder Information Professor Seder to Play Elmhurst Bach Program 
October 17, 1934 Mr.Peter Stam Jr. News Wheaton Musicians Plays In Loop Gospel Meeting 
October 17, 1934 Muck, Howard, Hrudka Attend National Press Convention Discuss News Problems News Newspaper Men Hear Notables 
October 17, 1934 Eliot Putnam News League Plans New Chapter 
October 17, 1934 Mr. Clarence Dickson News Nine of Conservatory Go To Northwestern Recital 
October 17, 1934 Paul M. Wright Information Pysicisists Will Elect New Members, Oct. 18 
October 17, 1934 Professor H. William Nordin Article Professor Nordin To Introduce New A Capella Choir 
October 26, 1934 Miss McDuffie States 127 Students Will Benefit By New Eating Rates News New Dining Hall to Open Next Sunday 
October 26, 1934 Admission Price News Special Alumni Rates in Effect 
October 26, 1934 The Crusaders Short Comment C.E. to Have Topic on Homecoming, Sunday 
October 26, 1934 Yearlings Triumph in Both Men's, Women's Contests At Meet Last Night News Frosh Win in Both Debates 
October 26, 1934 Representatives from Many Classe to Register for Homecoming Festivities News Over 150 Alumni Scheduled To Return to Campus Today 
October 26, 1934 Pirates Prove Formidable; Orangemen Drop But 2 Buc Tilts Since 1921; Recent Scores Close Sports Homecoming Begins Today; Gridmen Face Elmhurst Team 
October 26, 1934 Year Is One of Progress In Campus Alterations of All Kinds News Many Changes Greet Alumni 
October 26, 1934 President J. Oliver Buswell, Jr. Short Comment President to Fly From Washington 
October 26, 1934 Registration Starts at 3p.m.; Elaborate Program Will Carry Visitors Up to Sunday Night News Homecoming Begins Today; Gridmen Face Elmhurst Team 
October 26, 1934 Famous Composer, Quartet To Appear in First of Tower Presentation Music Cadman Will Make Personal Appearance Here, Tomorrow 
October 26, 1934 Dr. Emerson, Mr. Philips Outline New System at meeting With Student Officers News Clubs to Adopt Finance System 
October 26, 1934 Mrs. Corinne R. Smith Short Comment Mrs. Corinne R. Smith Entertains Coeds in Her Suite, Yesterday 
October 26, 1934 Organists Comes with National Reputation as Head of Two Chicago Artist's Groups News Prof. Seder Enjoys New Work Here 
October 26, 1934 Annual Rates High Score In Each part; Judges Commen Snapshots News Tower of '35 Gets Honor Rating from Press Group 
October 26, 1934 Departments of Expression and of Music News Speech Students To Initiate Year's Recitals, Tuesday 
October 26, 1934 Flag Rush News Frosh, Soph Men Confident of Easy Victory in Annual Rush, Tomorrow 
October 26, 1934 Groups Plan Elaborate Floats To Enter Annual Spectacle; Order Announced News Paraders to Convene at One O'Clock 
October 26, 1934 Firm Foundation on The Solid Rock Article Wheaton's "Unshakeables" Remain Unchanged 
October 26, 1934 The Record's Viewpoint Article In Which a Policy Is Delineated 
October 26, 1934 Humor Column The Gay Gargoyle 
October 26, 1934 Student Opinion Column The Student Opines 
October 26, 1934 Respect of Faith Article Two Kinds of Faith--- Their Methods and Their Results 
October 26, 1934 Imagination Literature HELICON 
October 26, 1934 Literature Societies News Societies to Welcome Returning Graduates 
October 26, 1934 Homecoming Alumni News Homecoming Alumni Notes 
October 26, 1934 International Students Short Comment Internationals Meet for Chinese Dinner at Muirs 
October 26, 1934 Milton Hale, Bernice Killam, Ward Hyslop, Clement Jervis Information May We Present--- From the Class of '35 
October 26, 1934 Mrs. J. Oliver Buswell Jr. Will Be Hostess as Women Meet To Work Together, Oct. 29 Short Comment League Women to Fix Holiday Box 
October 26, 1934 Reporter Discloses Previous Emphasis Upon Blackboard Drawing, Penmanship News Perusal of 1890-91 Register Recalls Art, Commerce Study 
October 26, 1934 Spanish Club Short Comment Spaniards Select Wills For Semester President 
October 26, 1934 President to Preach; men's Glee Club to Sing; Trio to Play News Homecomers to Have Union Church Service 
October 26, 1934 Intersociety News News Society, Debates, Will Feature Academy Week 
October 26, 1934 Variety of Games Features Innovation in Social Affairs Held by Faculty Women News "Open House" to Be Permanent Feature 
October 26, 1934 Tug-of-War News Coeds to Fight In "Tug of War" Early Tomorrow 
October 26, 1934 Carolyn Barr News University Graudate Will Paesent dramatic Reading 
October 26, 1934 Director Nordin Announces Itinerary for Northern Eastern Journeys News Singers to Make Two Wide Hours 
October 26, 1934 Badminton Sports Women of Faculty Open Gym Periods With Badminton 
October 26, 1934 Conservatory Director Is Formerly Advertising Representative News Executive Ability Gains Position as Conservatory Director for Mr. Stam 
October 26, 1934 Women's Glee Club Short Comment Three Represent College In Broadcast, Yesterday 
October 26, 1934 Wheaton College Band News Band will Figure Prominently in Week's Activities 
October 26, 1934 Chi Sigma Theta Short Comment Education Group Will Hold Chapel Service, Thursday 
October 26, 1934 Eight Members to be Featured In Program of Appreciation of Foreign Works, Nov. 4 News Music Box Plans Russian Program 
October 26, 1934 Rejmer, Mayeau, Souder, Malmquist, McShane, Hays Run Tomorrow News Harriers will Face Elmhurst, Tomorrow 
October 26, 1934 Junior Varsity Men Sports Morgan Park to Oppose Jayvees Here, Tomorrow 
October 26, 1934 Five-Letter Man Hails From East; Is Son of China Mission Head Sports Glover to Captain Crusaders In Elmhurst Tilt, Tomorrow 
October 26, 1934 Wheaton Athletes News Goal to Go 
October 26, 1934 Five Victories, One Tie Mark Homecoming Grid History Since 1927 Defeat News History Discloses Winning Streak At Homecomings 
October 26, 1934 Welch Scores for Orange On Kick; Nori Counts After 35-Yard Run News Profs Win 7 to 6 Game At Wheaton 
October 26, 1934 Cross-Country Team Sports Normal Whitewashes Crusaders, Saturday 
October 26, 1934 Wide Range of Activities Claims Attention of Slim New Yorker News Harrier Captain Is Versatile Athlete 
October 26, 1934 Soccer Sports Women's Interclass Soccer To See Action Next Week 
October 26, 1934 Two Expert Marksmen Coach Club of 30 in Preliminary Contests to Select Team Sports Gunners Name Hockman Prexy 
October 26, 1934 Illinois Collegiate Conference Football Race Sports Grid Conference Stands in Five School Deadlock 
October 26, 1934 Soccer Sports ...W.A.A. Wail... 
October 26, 1934 Elmhurst Homecoming Gives Inspiration; Crusaders Get Same Help Tomorrow Sports Pirates Tie Orange Last Year 6 to 6 
October 26, 1934 The Music Box Short Comment Music Box Presents Organists in Chapel 
October 26, 1934 Student Council Sets Date of North Central Game For First Homecoming News Alumni Day Now Eleven Years Old 
October 26, 1934 Homecoming Encounter Sports Varsity Grid Men Set for Buc Tilt Tomorrow 
November 7, 1934 Election News Election Is Dependent on Campus popularity, Chracter, Testimony 
November 7, 1934 Class Debate Literature Class Debate to Come to Climax, Thursday Night 
November 7, 1934 Mrs. A. F. Tylee News Famous South American Missionary to Adress Volunteer Band this Evening  
November 7, 1934 Alexander Kaminsky Music Academy Music Club Will Bring Famed Russian Musician for Concert  
November 7, 1934 Nat Wilson News Meals Served in Family Style; Hosts Supply Student Desires 
November 7, 1934 New Dormitories News Discuss New Finance Plan  
November 7, 1934 Concervatory Music Music Students to Begin Series Nov. 12 
November 7, 1934 Dr. Wallace Emerson  News Substitute for Contest to Be Decided On  
November 7, 1934 Dr. Walter L. Wilson  News Dr. W. Wilson to Direct Series of Meetings, Chapel  
November 7, 1934 The Wheaton Record Column  A Plan For An Arbitration Board 
November 7, 1934 The Wheaton Record Column A Word on Choosing A Literary Society  
November 7, 1934 Eddie Torr Column The Gay Gargorle  
November 7, 1934 Anonimous Article` Christians Must Apply Rules Of Safe Conduct in Living  
November 7, 1934 Hjalmer Berg. Column HELICON 
November 7, 1934 Alice Walendorf Literature Groups Fete Hallowe'en With Social Function  
November 7, 1934 Chester Brockway News Nine Men Hold Farewell Party For Brockway 
November 7, 1934 Bill Ven Huizen News Freshmen Frolic at Hallowe'en Function  
November 7, 1934 College Enrollment  Information College Enrollment Totals 762 Students  
November 7, 1934 Ann Ekings News Ann Ekings Appointed Record Alumni Editor  
November 7, 1934 Marguerite Turnbull News Alumni 
November 7, 1934 Miss Marion J. Downey  Literature Literature Students To Hear music Of Eighteen Century  
November 7, 1934 Miss Doroty M. Brown  News Miss Brown Visits Uncle, Dean Harno From U. of Illinois 
November 7, 1934 Open House News Puzzles to Feature 'Open House', Saturday, Nov. 10 
November 7, 1934 Music Box Music Music Box Informal to Occur Tomorrow Night 
November 7, 1934 Muir Home News Muir Residents Entertain Amid Rustic Setting  
November 7, 1934 Immunazation Information Nurse Says Ninety Undergo Dick Test  
November 7, 1934 Elsie Findlay News Elsie Findlay to Return Soon, After Operation  
November 7, 1934 Robert Nocholas News Five Religious Organizations Provide Spritual Opportunities  
November 7, 1934 Class of '35 Information May We Present --- From the Class Of '35 
November 7, 1934 Basketball Sports Academy Hopefuls Strive For Honors in Athletics  
November 7, 1934 Amy Deck News Amy Deck, Tucker To Attend Meeting 
November 7, 1934 Wrestling Sports Player Resigns Wrestling Position Ball to Succeed to Coaches Post  
November 7, 1934 Women's Soccer Sports Sophs Victorious A Women Knot Soccer Tournement  
November 7, 1934 "Little Nineteen" Sports Thinclads Race In 'Little 19' Meet 
November 7, 1934 Orville Eckberg News Eckberg's Career Varies in School - to - School Wanderings 
November 7, 1934 Army Defeated Navy Sports Cadets Sink Middies, 2 to 1; Lead in Soccer Tournement  
November 7, 1934 Donald Hockuan Sports Gun Club Plans Future meets for Saturdays Succumb to Lombard Team  
November 7, 1934 Coach Coray  Sports Gridders Fall by 20 -0 Score to Profs  
November 7, 1934 Football Season  Sports Crusaders to Meet N.U 'B' Gridmen  
November 7, 1934 Crusaders Spoers Orange Squad, Eureka Battle to Scoreless Tie  
November 7, 1934 "Know Your Campus" Column How Many Do You Know?  
November 7, 1934 Captain Frank Rejmer  Sports Harriers Fifth in Loyola Meet As Michigan Comes in First  
November 7, 1934 Edwin Stanley Seder  News Seder to Play With American Quartet At Hotel in Iowa 
November 7, 1934 Charles Troutman  News Council to Aid Relief For Needy College Students  
November 7, 1934 Flag Rush News Faculty Votes That Flag Rush be Abolished  
November 7, 1934 Soccer News ... W. A. A. Wail ... 
November 7, 1934 Mrs. Gordon I. Mackenzie News Trio to Sing Over WMBI 
November 7, 1934 Evangelical Students  News League to Hear News Of Chapters, Monday  
November 7, 1934 John Agnew News Student Council Minutes  
November 14, 1934 Oratorical Contest Article Orators Will Hold Tryouts for Delegate 
November 14, 1934 Debate  Article Yearlings, Juniors to Clash Tonight in Debate Finals 
November 14, 1934 Tower Concerts at Homecoming Information Tower Concerts will be Continued at Homecoming 
November 14, 1934 Walter Wilson Article Dr. W. Wilson Likes Wheaton 
November 14, 1934 Forensic Organization Leader Article Charles Troutman to Head Pi Kappa Delta 
November 14, 1934 League of Evangelical Students Article Dr. Buswell to Speak at League Meet on Nov. 16 
November 14, 1934 Music Recitals Article Recitals are Inaugurated 
November 14, 1934 College Christian Endeavor Information Virginia Stough Will Speak in CE, Sunday 
November 14, 1934 Student Opinions Article Students Want Flag Rush, Vote Reveals 
November 14, 1934 Dramatic Reading Information Chicago Graduate to Give Readings, 'Wild Decembers' 
November 14, 1934 Physical Science Honor Society Information Five Physicists Will be Initiated in Honor Group 
November 14, 1934 Federal Emergency Relief Administration Article F.E.R.A. Means 'College' To Multitude of Undergraduates 
November 14, 1934 Flag Rush Opinion Not Abolished Yet . . . A Further Chance 
November 14, 1934 Wrestling Coach Resigns Article A Statement on Player's Resignation 
November 14, 1934 Poetry Column The Gay Gargoyle 
November 14, 1934 Opinion Column The Student Opines 
November 14, 1934 Christian Reflection Article Christian Ought to Keep Working after Success 
November 14, 1934 Poetry Column Helicon- 'The Seat of the Muses' 
November 14, 1934 Basketball Sports Coray Whips Cage Squad into Action 
November 14, 1934 Campus Sports Article W.A.A. Wail 
November 14, 1934 Wrestling Meetings Sports Class for Matmen Draws 35 Aspirants; O. Austin is Leader 
November 14, 1934 Wrestling Coach Sports Coach Herbert Ball to Start Task Here This Afternoon 
November 14, 1934 Intramural Soccer Article 'All-Stars' to Exit Campus 
November 14, 1934 Campus Soccer Article Aels Upset Bows in Initial Soccer Play, 1-0, Yesterday 
November 14, 1934 Football Sports Goal To Go 
November 14, 1934 Wrestling Sports Thirty Matmen to Come to Practice 
November 14, 1934 Football Sports N.U. Wins in Season's Final Start 
November 14, 1934 Faculty Building a Trailer Article Trailer Soon to be Seen 'Round Here 
November 14, 1934 Alumni Correspondence Article Mrs. Lewis, '82, Writes Letter to Dr. D. Straw, '81 
November 14, 1934 Men's Glee Article Nordin to Direct Musical Pageant 
November 14, 1934 Piano Ensemble Article Ensemble, Speech Groups to Perform 
November 14, 1934 Radio Performance Article E. Spooner, L. Harnish To Perform on WMBI 
November 14, 1934 Flag Rush Article Returns from Faculty Questionnaire 
November 21, 1934 Aristonian Society Article 155 Ask for Membership in Societies 
November 21, 1934 Debate Article Debaters' Plans Near Completion 
November 21, 1934 Stams Broadcast Article Mr., Mrs. Stam, two Coeds to Give Broadcast 
November 21, 1934 Class Officers Article Yearlings Select John Ballbach for Class Presidency 
November 21, 1934 Chapel Balloting Article Mr. Stam Sums Up Findings of Recent Chapel Balloting 
November 21, 1934 Gospel Teams Article Office Makes Plan to Help Gospel Work 
November 21, 1934 President Speech Article President to Talk in Michigan, Nov. 25 
November 21, 1934 Music Recitals Article 2nd Recital 7:30 Tonight 
November 21, 1934 Russion Violinist Article Kaminsky to Play Violin, Tomorrow 
November 21, 1934 Literary Society Meeting Article 'Judean Plains' to be Open Meeting Theme 
November 21, 1934 Alumni Rings Article Alumni Take Stand on Wearing of the Class Rings, Decide Design 
November 21, 1934 Debate Finals Article Two Junior Teams Upset Frosh in Forensic Finals 
November 21, 1934 Opinions on Flag Rush Article An Attempt to Meet an Objection 
November 21, 1934 Recital Series Article Nothing but Praise for the New Recital Series 
November 21, 1934 Poetry Column The Gay Gargoyle 
November 21, 1934 Student Opinions- Library Reports Article The Student Opines 
November 21, 1934 Christian Reflection Article Prayer Expresses Yearning of Hungry Soul Toward God 
November 21, 1934 Poetry Column Helicon 
November 21, 1934 Basketball Tryouts Sports 24 Cagers Remain for Squad; To Take Cut 
November 21, 1934 Varsity Letters Sports 14 Gridders, Six Harriers to Get Major Letters 
November 21, 1934 Gymnastics Sports Nine Men Report at Gymnast's Call; To Give Exhibition 
November 21, 1934 Schedule Information Basketball Schedule 
November 21, 1934 Gun Club Information Gun Team to Meet Oak Park, Nov. 24 
November 21, 1934 Sports Comments Sports Goal to Go 
November 21, 1934 Intramural Soccer Article Soccer All Stars Beat Mooseheart 
November 21, 1934 Wrestling Sports Matmen to Face Two Big Ten Schools, Maybe Four 
November 21, 1934 Football Sports League Ends Grid Work; Cage Practices Commence 
November 21, 1934 Women's Soccer Article Miss Brown Selects All-Star Women 
November 21, 1934 Society Soccer Article Aels Defeat Phils in Second Contest; Bows Play Today 
November 21, 1934 Student Council Information Minutes of Council Meeting, Nov. 19 
November 21, 1934 Poll about Flag Rush Article Further Returns from the Recent Chapel Poll on Campus Activities 
November 21, 1934 Sports Update Article W.A.A. Wail 
November 28, 1934 Entire Proceeds of Little Symphony Concert on Dec.6 to Go for Relief News Orchestra to Give Aid to Needy Fund 
November 28, 1934 Mr., Mrs. Simons, Mr. Heyden-burk Play Violin, Cello, Piano on Thanksgiving Broadcast Information Faculty Schedules WMBI Broadcast 
November 28, 1934 Dr. Will H. Houghton Information Orchestra to Play In Chapel Dec.4 
November 28, 1934 Edwin Stanley Seder Information Hundred to sing 'Messiah,'Dec.13; Seder to Conduct 
November 28, 1934 Miss Effie Jane Wheeler Information Miss Wheeler to Talk to CE, Sunday, Dec.2 
November 28, 1934 Open House Organized as Form of Recreation on Saturday Nights Article Students Tell of Reaction to Open house; Suggest Permanent Equipment Be Added 
November 28, 1934 ' Self-Government' Is Keynote of Mrs. Shapleigh's Plan for Women Article To Link Up Dormitories 
November 28, 1934 Willard Claassen News Willard Claasen To Speak, Dec.10, In Peace Contest 
November 28, 1934 Wheaton man Named One of Six Best in After- Dinner Speaking News State Judges Laud Tucker 
November 28, 1934 President J. Oliver Buswell Jr. Information Dr. Buswell Will Speak Thanksgiving 
November 28, 1934 Dr. Emerson Gives tentative Plans for Handling of Men's House Problems Information To Increase In Efficiency 
November 28, 1934 Helen Dornhoefer Is Chairman For Program to Renew Frolic In Lower Chapel, Dec.8 Information Recess Cancels Open House Fun 
November 28, 1934 Dr. Howard Kelly Information Dr.Kelly of Johns Hopkins to Address Chapel Dec.10-12 
November 28, 1934 Thanksgiving  Article Thanks Should Come From Heart, Not in Formal Way 
November 28, 1934 Suzanne Article Thanksgiving Vacation Breaks College 'Grind' 
November 28, 1934 The Boethalian and Aristonian Societies Information Bows, Arrows to Discuss " Sons and Daughters' 
November 28, 1934 Helen Dobbins Information 'Totem and Tepee' To Draw Aels, Belts 
November 28, 1934 Musicians to Meet Monday , Dec.3 in Program of French Pieces Information Music Club Plans Music From France 
November 28, 1934 Oliver Austin Article Gospel team From W Club Leads in Elmhurst Service 
November 28, 1934 Phils and Celts News Phils , Celts Keep Theme Secret 
November 28, 1934 Mary Kestner and Calvin Busch  News Tower Bell Rings For Mary Kester, Busch 
November 28, 1934 Chalmers Sherwin Information Bartlett Hall to Entertain Guests At Party on Dec 8 
November 28, 1934 Yearlings Take Outing to Castle Lake, Nov.24; Engage in Treasure Hunt Article Frosh Enjoy Annual Hike 
November 28, 1934 Professor Weyer Is Toast-master as Cross-Country-men Hold Celebration Article Dean Speaks To Harriers 
November 28, 1934 Calvin Busch News May we Present From the Class of '35 
November 28, 1934 Dr. C. Benton Eavey News Dr.Eavey Visits Teachers' Meet 
November 28, 1934 Mrs. Gordon I. Mackenzie News Selection Given By Mrs. Mackenzie 
November 28, 1934 Elizabeth Warner News Elizabeth Warner, Mary Kestner Go Through Operations 
November 28, 1934 Mrs. Shapleigh, Mrs. Smith To Discuss Deans' Work At Chicago Palmer House Article Dean to Go To Meeting On Dec. 7,8 
November 28, 1934 Harold Mackenzie News Harold Mackenzie Returns to Classes 
November 28, 1934 Edwin Mayeau News Cage Season to Open on Dec.3; harriers Elect Mayeau Captain 
November 28, 1934 Seveten men Remain on Squad After Coray Makes Final Cut Sports Milton to Be Intial Foe 
November 28, 1934 Soccer Tournament  Sports Aels Win Soccer Title From Bows 
November 28, 1934 Rudy Tillman Sports ...W.A.A.Wail... 
November 28, 1934 West Suburban Club Is Also Newly- Organized; Karstens, Beer Lead Sport Gunners Take First Victory 
November 28, 1934 Fred McGuidwin Sports Goal to Go 
November 28, 1934 Ed. Note: This May Be Heard Any Evening About Six O'Clock Sports One Lung Reechoes Howl and Wails of Cagers A la Showers 
November 28, 1934 Wrestling Sports Coach Ball Puts Matmen in Shape For Heavy Season 
November 28, 1934 Lewis, Gotch, Santel, Prove 'The LongerYou Grapple The Better You Wrestle Sports Dumb Bruisers are Excluded From Healthful Wrestling 
November 28, 1934 Schedule to Begin Sometime before Christmas Holiday According to Gustason Sports Coach Gives Intramural Cage Plans 
November 28, 1934 WClub, W.A.A., Gun Club, Riding Groups Invite Activities in Sports Sports Campus Organizations Encourage Athletics 
November 28, 1934 Mr.Stam Article 'Dinks', 'Buttoning' Proved Beneficial By Chapel Ballot 
November 28, 1934 World News News In This Wide World 
December 12, 1934 Mellard Cleveland Literature Joint Meeting To Be Held Friday Night 
December 12, 1934 Miss Florence E. Cobb News Speech Students Recite, Dec.17 
December 12, 1934 Edwin Stanley Seder  News Seder to Lead 112 In messiah Chorus Tomorrow Night  
December 12, 1934 Walden Howard News Debaters Will Speak Twice  
December 12, 1934 Jack Hillis News Council to Hold Mothly Service 
December 12, 1934 Dr. Wallace Emerson News Oganizations Discuss Union 
December 12, 1934 Rev. Kenneth Wuest News Rev. Wuest to Adress Ministerial, Dec. 17 
December 12, 1934 Gordon I. Mackenzie News Campus Skating Anticipated As Soccer Firld is Flooded  
December 12, 1934 Ralph Dreger News Dreger to Adress Honor Faternity  
December 12, 1934 Dr. Robert McQuilkian News Dr. McQuilkin Will Lead Winter Services  
December 12, 1934 President J. Oliver Buswell Jr. News  President Is Noon Speaker  
December 12, 1934 Mary Emma Fewell news Chi Sigma Theta Inducts Nine as Members, Dec 6 
December 12, 1934 The Tower Information Tower to Limit Group Pictures  
December 12, 1934 The Wheaton Record Column 'Gossip' An Awful And Ugly Word 
December 12, 1934 The Wheaton Record Information Come Out Skating Thrills 
December 12, 1934 Kannee Kennee Column The Gay Gargoyle 
December 12, 1934 D. W Short Comment The Student Opines 
December 12, 1934 Christ Article Christ's Return Should be Hope of Every Christian  
December 12, 1934 Edna R. Suskau, '34 Literature HELICON  
December 12, 1934 Mildred Graveson Information  May We Present --- From The Class of '35 
December 12, 1934 Humor Book News Publication Containing Exerps From ten Gay Gargoyles to Be Published  
December 12, 1934 Harold Bachman  Music H. Bachman Speaks At Annual Clinic Of Band Directors 
December 12, 1934 Clayton Howard Alumni Class Of '32 Alumni Adress Students in Academy Chapel  
December 12, 1934 Suzanne News Christmas Will Be Theme Of Open Meetings, Friday  
December 12, 1934 Edward Crum News Bertlett Men Entertain with Lights, Music  
December 12, 1934 Southern Students  News Seven States Are Represented With 30 Southerners Present at Frolic, Saturday  
December 12, 1934 Biola Students  News Biola Group Has Party, Sunday  
December 12, 1934 Erma Stevens  news Senior Gives Christmas Readings in Expression Recital  
December 12, 1934 Mr. Allen T. Bennett News Buffalo Alumni Notes  
December 12, 1934 Enid Dresser News Engagement Of Three Couples Announced  
December 12, 1934 Lake Erie News Lake Erie Grads To Hold Meeting During Holidays  
December 12, 1934 De Kalb News Hoopmen to Play Twice This Week  
December 12, 1934 Basket Sports Chicago Wins Over Orange 
December 12, 1934 Milton College  News Here And There On Court And Mat 
December 12, 1934 W Club News Mat Tourney Will Begin  
December 12, 1934 Coach Herbert Ball Sports Grapplers Prepare to Wresle With Armor, Wisconsin  
December 12, 1934 Milton College Sports Coraymen Open Season With 28-15 Vixtory Over Milton Tri-State Champs Last Year  
December 12, 1934 Intamural Cagers News Intramural Cagers Will Start Play Later This Week  
December 12, 1934 Edward A. Coray  Sports Matmen Are Hosts Again For Tourney  
December 12, 1934 Dr. Howard A. Kelly  News Kelly Says Evolution IS No Dead Issue at All 
December 12, 1934 Pre- Med News 20 Pre Med Take Exam On Aptitude  
December 12, 1934 Mrs. Catherine C. Shapleigh News Three Faculty Women Attend Dean's Meeting  
December 12, 1934 Alberta Dickman  News Quartet to Play Over WMBI For College Feature  
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