Index to The Record, 1935 (September)-1935 (December)


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September 18, 1935 Enrollment of Minnesota Man Brings Total to 925 News Student Enrollment Gains New Peak; 18 Join Faculty 
September 18, 1935 Mr. Hammontree Short Comment Chorister to LEad College CE, at 5:45 Sunday, Sept. 23 
September 18, 1935 Wheaton College Lays Claim To An All Time Record for Liberal Arts Colleges News Faculty Additions, Enrollment Set All Time Record for Colleges 
September 18, 1935 Three Cabins Make Room For 28 Science Students Near Hisega News Mrs. Shapleigh Gets Degree As Finale to Summer Camp 
September 18, 1935 Dr. Wm. H. Wrighton News Christ's Challenge Presented in State University Classes 
September 18, 1935 Soph Cop Organization News "Button Frosh" Is Slogan of Soph Cop Organization 
September 18, 1935 Student Supply Store News Mr. Stam Announces Supply Store Addition 
September 18, 1935 Presdient to be Arraigned Before Judicial Commission of Presbytery News Dr. BUswell to Combat Insubordination Charge 
September 18, 1935 Hammontree to Speak and Sing in Chapel Hour Tomorrow Morning News Wrighton Urges Student Prayer 
September 18, 1935 Conservatory of Music News LArge Enrollment Necessitates Music Staff Additions 
September 18, 1935 Sunday School Work Calls Attention of Combined Religious Groups News Troutman Outlines Plans For League Contact Work 
September 18, 1935 Greetings Short Comment Greetings from J. Oliver Buswell Jr. 
September 18, 1935 Raymond Peterson, '33 Short Comment Raymond Peterson '33 Meets Death In Iowa 
September 18, 1935 Schoomaker Plans Large Evangelistic, Social Program for Year News Cosmopolites Plan Program 
September 18, 1935 Literary Societies News Stag, Hay Party Open College Social Season 
September 18, 1935 Largest Registration In Five Years; 25 Per Cent Greater Than Last Year News Academy Has Enrolled 105, Says Schell 
September 18, 1935 Student Council News Student Council Plans Greater Campus Service 
September 18, 1935 League of Evangelical Students Short Comment Games Feature Party As League Entertains 
September 18, 1935 Eight Wheaton Graduates Are Missionaries In War-Threatened Ethiopia News War in Ethiopia Threatens Eight Former Students 
September 18, 1935 Christian Battle Front Article A Challenge To Truth 
September 18, 1935 Soph Greeting to Frosh Article With Regards, Frosh, For Your Future 
September 18, 1935 Humor Column The Gay Gargoyle 
September 18, 1935 By Dr. William H, Wrighton Article Thy Brother's Blood 
September 18, 1935 Welcome Address Delivered By Dr. Darien A. Straw Article Professor Cites Cooperation as Asset to College 
September 18, 1935 Wheaton Eleven To Face Strong Team in Opener Sports South Side Junior Gridders To Test Crusaders, Saturday 
September 18, 1935 Physical Education Department Query Sports Coaches to Offer Greater Variety In Gym Program 
September 18, 1935 "Confidence in System of Play Necessary to Success" Says Coach Smith Sports Alertness, High Hopes Mark New Grid Coach 
September 18, 1935 Football Schedule Information '35 Football Schedule 
September 18, 1935 Coach Putnam Holds High Expectations for Successful Running Season Sports Veteran Harriers Turn out For Cross-Country Rambles 
September 18, 1935 Wheaton College Gun Club Sports Gun Club Movies Shown at First Regular Meeting 
September 18, 1935 Annual Hay Party Sports Coed Athletes Lose Sleep on Hay Ride 
September 18, 1935 Intercollegiate Soccer Sports Soccer Enthusiasts Report for Start Of Promising Year 
September 18, 1935 Fall Baseball Practice Sports Coach Coray Inaugrates Autumn Baseball Practice 
September 18, 1935 Jim McDonald, Johnny Gray Sports ...Spotting the Sports... 
September 25, 1935 Mr. Sibley's Lecture News Sibley Will Show Movies of Stars Tomorrow 
September 25, 1935 George V. Kirk  News Kirk Names Changes in Halls, Roads 
September 25, 1935 Evangelism News Four Gospel Teams Conduct Meetings Before Over 50,000 
September 25, 1935 John Shearer News Council Selects Shearer As Freshman Chairman  
September 25, 1935 Dr. James M. Gray News Houghton Leads Funeral Service For Dr. J. Gray  
September 25, 1935 Barracks News "Come On In" Say 20 Occupants As Barracks Near Completion  
September 25, 1935 Dr. James M.Gray  News Dies At 84 
September 25, 1935 Balconies News College Plans For Balconies  
September 25, 1935 Dr. William H. Wrington  News Wrington Empasizes Joy, Faith in Christ 
September 25, 1935 James Oliver Buswell Jr.  News Renewal Of Buswell Case Expected, Oct. 7 
September 25, 1935 Charles Troutman Information Council Names Group Heads; Approves Rules  
September 25, 1935 Walter Taylor  News Mr. Walter Taylor Will Speak Before League In Rally For Christians 
September 25, 1935 Men's Glee Club News Nordin Anticipates good Season As Newcomers Complete Keenly  
September 25, 1935 Dr. Clarence Benson News Isaac Page, C. Benson To Speak in Chapel  
September 25, 1935 Dr. Henry C. Thiessen  News Dr. Thiessen Offers Help to Freshmen  
September 25, 1935 Chalmers Hatch News Hatch to Have Charge Of Homecoming Plans  
September 25, 1935 Six Societies Hold Thei First Meetings Academy Belts, Aels to Open Lit Informational Season  
September 25, 1935 Charlotte Stephens News Academy Classes Elect Officers, September 19 
September 25, 1935 Earle Stevens News Stevens Announces Plans For Annual With Larger Scope  
September 25, 1935 The Wheaton Record Column  It's Up to US To Carry On, Now 
September 25, 1935 Wheaton College News Expansion Means Responsibility  
September 25, 1935 Dr Straw News The Gay Gargoyle 
September 25, 1935 S. Column Student Opinion 
September 25, 1935 John Brobeck News Wheaton students hold sunday classes for Mooseheart Orphanage 
September 25, 1935 William H. Wrighton information Self=Neglect 
September 25, 1935 Coach Wendell Smith News Gridmen Seek second Win, face Adrian Here, Saturday 
September 25, 1935 Luke Rhoad News South side falls , 9-0 In first Grid Game 
September 25, 1935 Tom Field Information Spotting the Sports 
September 25, 1935 Dorothy Neal Information Rifle Club Plans New Coed Team 
September 25, 1935 Delburt Nelson News Miss Berg likes Archery, skiing 
September 25, 1935 Dr. J. Oliver Buswell Jr. News 'Wheaton takes Definite Anti-Red Stand'-Buswell 
September 25, 1935 Captain Delburt Nelson Information Statistics Point to Crack Grid Squad in Future 
September 25, 1935 Coach Eliot Putnam News Thinclads Prepare to Avenge Former Defeat 
September 25, 1935 Webster Muck News Muck, Norton Choose Staffs 
October 2, 1935 Dormitory Property Article College Secures Hiatt Estate; To Use Home for Dormitory 
October 2, 1935 Glee Club Article Glee Club Adds 23 Coeds; 60 Try for Membership 
October 2, 1935 Soccer Sports Leads Booters 
October 2, 1935 Christian Business Men Article Buswell to Address City Business Men 
October 2, 1935 Gospel Team Article Ambassador Gospel Team Reports Successful Tour 
October 2, 1935 College Christian Endeavor Society Article Thiessen to Speak on Christian's Philosophy 
October 2, 1935 Student Council Article Council Inaugurates Receiving Committee for Visiting Teams 
October 2, 1935 Biola Quartet Article Biola Quartet to Visit Chapel, Oct. 7 
October 2, 1935 Zoology Class Article Zoology Classes See Brookfield Exhibits 
October 2, 1935 New Business Instructor Article Versatile 'Barracks' Proctor is Fond of Journalism, Bicycling 
October 2, 1935 Synod Trial Article Stam May make Appeal to Pennsylvania Synod 
October 2, 1935 Debate League Article Illinois Forensic Coaches Name Moule as President 
October 2, 1935 Football Fans Article Yea, (First Name) . . .Yea, (Last Name), . . . Yea, (Whole Name) 
October 2, 1935 Superintendent of Buildings Article 'Buddy' Hails from Shady Family but Heels for Hale 
October 2, 1935 Freshman Recovering Information Chester Easton Returns from Geneva Hospital 
October 2, 1935 Literary Associations Article Academy Literary Associations Swing into Autumn Schedule 
October 2, 1935 Alumni Article 'Slings and Arrows of an Outrageous Fortune' and of Cupid--Assail Grads 
October 2, 1935 Literary Society Open Meeting Article Bows, Arrows to Hold Open Meetings Friday 
October 2, 1935 Literary Open Informal Article 250 Attend Opening Informal as Aels Play host, Sept. 27 
October 2, 1935 Birthday Party Article Coeds Entertain Seume at Birthday Celebration 
October 2, 1935 Men's Informal Meeting Article 'Beltonian Open' Begins Fall Season of Men's Informals 
October 2, 1935 Alumi Wedding Article Lawrence Hadley, '34, Weds Niece of Prexy 
October 2, 1935 Drinking Article No Half Way Measures Will Do 
October 2, 1935 Extracurriculars Article Extracurricular Activities Should Not Be Extra 
October 2, 1935 Building Balconies in Chapel Article College Advancements Require Student Help 
October 2, 1935 Poetry Column The Gay Gargoyle 
October 2, 1935 Zoo Trips Opinion Student Opinion 
October 2, 1935 League Sunday School Article Leauge Organizes Eola Sunday School 
October 2, 1935 English Head Birthday Article Dr. Elsie Down Celebrates Sevent-Sixth Birthday 
October 2, 1935 Christian Living Article Close Out the Little Foxes 
October 2, 1935 League of Evangelicals Article League to Supervise and Cooperate with Different Branches of Christian Activity 
October 2, 1935 Football Sports Wheaton Gridders, Ramblers to Oppose Milwaukee Profs 
October 2, 1935 Intramural Tennis Information Coach Coray Announces Openings of Intramurals; Tennis Attracts Many 
October 2, 1935 Football Sports Adrian Downs Crusaders 7-0, on Pass Play 
October 2, 1935 Cross Country Sports Five Veterans to Meet Pedagogues 
October 2, 1935 Woman's Athletic Association Article W.A.A. to Lead Chapel, Tuesday 
October 2, 1935 Sports Shorts Sports Spotting the Sports 
October 2, 1935 Gun Club Article Gun Club Changes Time of Shooting Practice 
October 2, 1935 Soccer Sports Soccer Team to Meet University of Illinois 
October 2, 1935 Football JV Sports Jayvees Fall Before Attack of St. Procopius Squad, 7-0 
October 2, 1935 Aeloioian Article Aels Recall Early History, Look for Promising Future 
October 2, 1935 Anniversary of English Bible Article Celebrate Birth of English Bible 
October 2, 1935 Campus Sports Article Tower, Record to Feud, Oct. 5 in Touch Football 
October 2, 1935 Beltonian Literary Society Article Belt Heritage Dates to 1855 
October 2, 1935 Boethallian Literary Society Article Bows See End of 'Growing Pains' 
October 2, 1935 Aristonian Literary Society Article 'For the Best' Is Motto of Arrows For Eight Years 
October 16, 1935 Schoff' 36, Stone' 37, and frame '38 Receive Honor Scholarships News Nine Earn Perfect Honors; Awarded in Chapel Today 
October 16, 1935 Leading all American Colleges in increased enrollment Information Wheaton Leads in College Enrollment  
October 16, 1935 Dr. Rowland V. Bingham News Dr. R.V. Bingham to Address League on Monday, Oct. 21 
October 16, 1935 Clair Omar Musser to Lead Famed Group in Program Here Oct. 26 Music Marimba Band to Give First Tower Concert 
October 16, 1935 Class of '39 News Frosh Name Heads of Contest Groups 
October 16, 1935 Venture Starts in Fall of 1933 With Meager Equipment Information Student Laundry Shows Pride in Growth 
October 16, 1935 Dr. Oldfather Contrasts Ancient With Modern Levels of Culture Before Capacity Crowd News Philologist Curries Dump Harps Searching for Cultural Mosaic 
October 16, 1935 Student Clinic Has Enlarged to 15 room Capacity; To be Ready Soon Information Renovated Infirmary Adds New Personnel 
October 16, 1935 The Oratorical Society News Oratorical Society Plans Intersociety Meet This Winter 
October 16, 1935 Mr.Cook Aids in Planning Present System of Business Administration News Profs Honor Mr. J.B. Cook With Dinner 
October 16, 1935 Varied Backgrounds Blend Into Rich Union as New Men Orgnize Information No Heritage, But Promises of Future Beckon Societies 
October 16, 1935 Glee Club Organization Shows Fair Balance Except for Lack of Tenors Music Nordin Gives Roll of Choir, Including 70 
October 16, 1935 Lower Chapel and Fischer Chapel News New Societies to Open First Season This Friday 
October 16, 1935 Lady of the Lake Affords Topic For Phil Informal; Gather in Lodge Music Phils Reenact Scotch Classic 
October 16, 1935 A Saxophone Solo Music Friars to Feature Music at Open House, Oct 19 
October 16, 1935 Wheaton Marched on Parade News  Excelsior Reviews Campus Activities at 53rd Informal 
October 16, 1935 Phi Phi Delta Information Fourth Floor Fellows to Hold Open House 
October 16, 1935 The Minor Sports at Wheaton Sports Do We Want A Whirlwin Soccer Team? 
October 16, 1935 A Casual Visitor Information Super-Enforcement, We Call it 
October 16, 1935 Moral Victory Short Comment We Can Because We Think We Can 
October 16, 1935 Evangelical League Sports Committee to Found Prep Chapter of National League  
October 16, 1935 Six Gospel Teams Organized by the League News Gospel Teams to Work Near Area 
October 16, 1935 William Wrighton Sports The Georgia Seven, Soul Winners, Orgazined for Service at GA. U. 
October 16, 1935 Smithmen Hope to Ruin Homecoming Sports Crusaders to Buck Elmhurst in Grid Contest Saturday 
October 16, 1935 Hult, Constable Sink Two Swabos to Give U. of Illinois Second Victory Sports Soccer Rookies Hold Illini To 2-1 Score in Long Fight 
October 16, 1935 Homecoming Sports Spotting the Sports 
October 16, 1935 Wheaton Scored a Victory over North Central Sports Thinclads Outrun Redbirds 23 to 32 Over Local Course 
October 16, 1935 North Central Eleven Piles up 16-0 Score Against Crusaders Last Week Sports Redbirds Swamp Eleven With End Runs, Passes 
October 16, 1935 The Library News Library Announces Enlarged Capacity, Increased Personnel 
October 16, 1935 Rain Last Wednesday Night Aproved Disastrous News Rain Retards Completion of Tennis Tourney 
October 16, 1935 Wheaton College Gun Club Information Gun Club to Stage Handicap Contest 
October 16, 1935 Wheaton's Junior Varsity Football Team Information Jayvee Eleven to Meet Deklab Profs 
October 16, 1935 Cross-Countrymen to Embelish Pirate Homecoming Festivals, Saturday Sports Harriers Plan Pirate Victory For Saturday 
October 25, 1935 Gymnasium Is First in $500,000 Building Drive News Faculty Initiates Drive for One Million Dollars 
October 25, 1935 Don Boardman Information Tower of '37 Sponsors Photo Contest Featuring Homecoming Week-end 
October 25, 1935 Marion J. Pittsford News Merchants to give prize for Parade 
October 25, 1935 Miss Josephine Peterson Information Miss Peterson '23 Exhibits Art Work 
October 25, 1935 Mary Hellen Jones Article Students Clinic Near Completion, Easily Accommodates 17 Patients 
October 25, 1935 Jevne Rhenisch Announces New Personel, Arrangements for Buraeu Article New Bureau Adds to Staff, Tells of Plans 
October 25, 1935 Tim Hatch Information Homecomings Boss 
October 25, 1935 President J. Oliver Buswell Jr. Article Buswell Trial To Continue 
October 25, 1935 Peter Stam News Stam to Present Special Concert 
October 25, 1935 Council Plans Colorful Homecoming  News Hatch in Charge of Program for Grads 
October 25, 1935 Soccer Article Wisconsin Soccer 
October 25, 1935 Wendell Smith Information To Play Whitewater 
October 25, 1935 Dr. Darien A. Straw Information Straw to Speak 
October 25, 1935 Program to Include Selections from Dvorak, Wagner, Rubenstein News Marimba Orchestra to Entertain With Varied Classical Program 
October 25, 1935 Fred McElroy News 3 Representatives To Cover South, Corn Territory 
October 25, 1935 Professor Kenneth Osborne borne to Act as Adviser For Newly Formed Club News Huey to Lead Camera Club 
October 25, 1935 John Brobeck News NSPA Gives Tower First Class Rating, Uses Stricter System 
October 25, 1935 Donald Davis News Band to figure In Pep Rallies Street Parades 
October 25, 1935 Ted Kennedy Sports Battling Crusaders Eleven Fights Blue And White To Scoreless Tie 
October 25, 1935 Lorrayne Benson Information Co-eds to Tussle In Annual Soph Frosh Tug-O'-war 
October 25, 1935 Wheaton Gridmen Sports Hold That Line, Crusaders  
October 25, 1935 Push-Ball Comments Opinions on Push-Ball Seem Hopeful 
October 25, 1935 Flag-Rush Article Class Rivalry Recalls Rush 
October 25, 1935 Coaches Smith, Coray, Ball, Gustafson to Imbibe As-Pirins Article Contest to Give Headaches To Referees; Classes Boast 
October 25, 1935 Al Chrouser Sports Chrouser Kicks Goal As DeKalb Wins, 7-3 
October 25, 1935 Rev. Eddings of Venezuela to Speak at Evening Service; Quintet to Sing News Dr. Straw is Homecoming Speaker at Sunday Service 
October 25, 1935 Wallie Howard Article 'Doc' Straw Is Still Learning 
October 25, 1935 Literary Societies News Society Interest Centers On Returning Alumni 
October 25, 1935 Blanche Boyer News Ladoceans Present Harvest Program 
October 25, 1935 Robert Holmes Information Naitermian Turns To Military Facism 
October 25, 1935 Getrude Harrison Information Aelioians Plan Suprise Program 
October 25, 1935 Howard Fischer Article Beltionians Review Varsity History 
October 25, 1935 Helen Grabner News Schoolhouse Still Awaits Boethallian Alumni 
October 25, 1935 Willard Wellman Information Celts to Follow Pioneer Trail 
October 25, 1935 Marjorie Isel Information Phils to Present President 
October 25, 1935 Jack Croup Information Arrows to Discuss 'Pioneer Days' 
October 25, 1935 Gertrude Tomlin News Here's The Start Of Ladosian 
October 25, 1935 Society Presents College Plaque to Eleanor Stephens, Social Chairman News Ladosian Informal Presents 'Rh psody in Silver, Blue' 
October 25, 1935 Dorothy Kellogg Information Librarians Plan Skate at Elgin, I11. Saturday, Nov.2 
October 25, 1935 Alumni to Dive Under The Lighted Tower; Carl Scheuffele to Preside Information John Walvoard to Speak to Banqueteers Tomorrow 
October 25, 1935 Lois Dickason Information Women's Glee Singers Makes Arrangements For Mid-Term Tour 
October 25, 1935 Elizabeth Hall News Barnard Co-ed Cops $100 Prize for Story 
October 25, 1935 Dr. Hawley O. Taylor Article Class Observes Heaven, Oct.19 
October 25, 1935 Betty Mortenson News Amsler Marries Betty Mortenson 
October 25, 1935 Julia May Bordeaux News Sandbox Men Hold Annual Open House 
October 25, 1935 Distinctive Procedure Features First Naitermain Informal, Oct. 18 Article Charter Knights Present 'Trail Blazing', Friday. Oct. 18 
October 25, 1935 Miss. Florence E. Cobb Information Expression Pupils Will Present First Of Speech Series 
October 25, 1935 The Wheaton Record Column Modernization Does Not Mean Modernism 
October 25, 1935 The Wheaton Record Column Record Presents Souvenir Booklet For Game 
October 25, 1935 The Wheaton Record Column In Defense of The Newspaper 
October 25, 1935 The Wheaton Record  Column et's Get This Terminology Straight  
October 25, 1935 Sallong, Gang Column The Gay Gargoyle 
October 25, 1935 Delburt Nelson Information Utopia Rates among League's Most Sucessful Achievements  
October 25, 1935 Dayton Roberts  News Council Arranges Disposal Auction  
October 25, 1935 Dorothy Kellog Music Chruch Trio Performs over WMBI Program 
October 25, 1935 Delburt Nelson News Utopia Rates Among League's Most Successful Achievements  
October 25, 1935 William H. Wrington Article The Troublesome Philosopher  
October 25, 1935 Bob Johnson Column Student Opinion  
October 25, 1935 Charlotte Stephens  News Debate, Gun Club Hold Interest of Prep Students  
October 25, 1935 Wendel P. Loveless  News  W. Loveless to Adress League at Next Meeting  
October 25, 1935 George Dash News Delighted - Dasch  
October 25, 1935 Professor John W. Leedy News Leedy Speaks At C.C.C. Meeting  
October 25, 1935 Rifle team News Jo Batchelder Is Gun Club President  
October 25, 1935 New Lawson Field  News Old Graduate Will Reenact grid Scenes  
October 25, 1935 Touch Football Sports 'Super - Schells's Lead Mural Touch Football; Fixing Handball Court 
October 25, 1935 Wheaton College  Information Record Pages Reveal Wheaton's Growtrh During 1935 
October 25, 1935 Wheaton Team Sports Purpule Wave Threatens Crusaders  
October 25, 1935 Plunging Swede  Sports Tow - headed Swede Is Orange Captain  
October 25, 1935 Homecoming Sports Harriers Vie With Pirates  
October 25, 1935 Elwin Mayeu Sports Captain Mayeau Is Steady Runner  
October 25, 1935 Roger McShane Sports Normal Wins at Elmhust Meet  
October 25, 1935 John H. Kampp Letter Greetings, Young Folks! 
October 25, 1935 Charlie Robinson Sports Soccer Players Will Oppose U. of Wisconsin at 3:00 p.m 
October 25, 1935 Tennis Sports Tennis Stars Approach Semi-Finals in Tourney  
October 25, 1935 Charlie Robinson Sports Soccerites Win 3-1 over Mooseheart  
October 25, 1935 Homecoming Sports tradition Indicates Crusaders victory In tomorrow's Gridon Encounter  
October 30, 1935 Stevens Announces Additions to yearbook Staff; Soph Observers Named News Tower Picks Six Seniors for Book Honors 
October 30, 1935 J. Oliver Buswell News Bible's Influence To be Discussed by President Buswell 
October 30, 1935 Dr. James B. Mack News Dr. Mack Announces Medical Aptitude Test Set on Dec. 6 
October 30, 1935 E.T.Geddes News Alumni Give Trophy As Prize for Contest 
October 30, 1935 Professor Kenneth Wuest News Wuest to Address College CE Sunday 
October 30, 1935 Dr. J. Mac Allister Griffiths News THEY PLAN THEIR DEFENSE 
October 30, 1935 Clair Omar Musser's marimba symphony orcherstra News Contrasts Feature Marimba Concert, Reviewer's Thoughts 
October 30, 1935 Dr. Thomas C. Poulter News Antarctic Explorer To Speak Saturday 
October 30, 1935 Grace Vanderpoel News Sophs Take Two, 2 to 1, in Debate From Freshmen 
October 30, 1935 Paul Martin News Three Wheatonites To Give Broadcast On Station WMBI 
October 30, 1935 Dr. Thomas C. Poulter News Dr. Poulter, Second in Command of Byrd Expedition, to Show Pictures 
October 30, 1935 President J. Oliver Buswell News NewYork - Buffalo Alumni to Listen To Dr. Buswell 
October 30, 1935 Commission Trying President Buswell Adjourns to Consider Its Power of Procedure News  DEFENSE DEBATES LEGALITY OF COURT 
October 30, 1935 Bradley and Eureka Sports Grid Race Is Hot In Little Nineteen 
October 30, 1935 Football  Sports Coray's Jay Vees to Play North Park College for First Time on Saturday 
October 30, 1935 Frank Wood Sports Players Approach Culmination of Tennis Tourney 
October 30, 1935 Elmhurst Buccaneers  Sports Cross-Countrymen Outstrip Elmhurst 23-33 in Home Til 
October 30, 1935 Homecoming Short News Campus Plans Parties As Homecoming Passes 
October 30, 1935 Alice Gates News Seniors Arrange Halloween Party Tomorrow Night 
October 30, 1935 Charles Stanton  Short News  Stanton 36 Announces Engagement to F.Kimmel 
October 30, 1935 Mr. and Mrs. Hammond E. Wilson Short News Wheaton Graduates to Wed In College Chapel, Nov. 9 
October 30, 1935 An Ideal Day in Ideal Attire Article Phils to Review Ideal Day 
October 30, 1935 Wilbur F. Swanson  Music Musicians to Hear Swanson. Tonight 
October 30, 1935 Howard Moffett Sports Sophs Walk Off With Homecoming Honors in Pushball, Tug-o'-war 
October 30. 1935 Dr. J. Wilbur Smith Short News J.W. Smith to Address League at Next Meeting 
October 30. 1935 Faculty Committee Article Want to Help ? Here's How 
October 30. 1935 Record Article Just by the Way of Suggestion 
October 30. 1935 Library Short Article An Explanation And an Apology 
October 30. 1935 Homecoming  Literature The GAYGARGOYLE 
October 30. 1935 Clyde S. Kilby  Article Prof. Kilby Gives Talk On Objective Exams 
October 30, 1935 Book of Revelation Article Revelation, Although Neglected, Contains Many Great Truths 
October 30, 1935 Annual Froshsoph Pushball Short News Wild Gees Salute Wheaton Rooters 
October 30, 1935 Frank Lehman News Eps Plan to Go 'Leafing;' kriets Will Become Spooky 
October 30, 1935 Crusaders in Fine Shape to Approach Climax of Fall Football Season Sports DEKALB IS FAVORITE IN WHEATON TILT 
October 30, 1935 Jim Mc Kellin Sports Wheaton Team Work Conquers in Badger Soccer Match, 2-1 
October 30, 1935 Super Schells Sports  Super Schells Lead Field In Football Tourney 
October 30, 1935 Captain Elwin Mayeau Sports Wheaton Harriers to Enter Loyola Invitational Meet 
October 30, 1935 Merritt and Nelson Score Wheaton Touchdowns in First and Last Quarters Sports Whitewater Teachers Win, 20-13 On Long Passes, Blocked Kick 
October 30, 1935 Jay Vee Team Sports Jayvees Hold grads To Scoreless Tie 
October 30, 1935 Harold Peterson Article Spotting the Sports 
November 13, 1935 Dyrness Tells of Possible Purchase of Talkie Projector for Classwork News Profs Discuss Installation of New Machine 
November 6, 1935 Pittsford  News The Arrow Shirt Stays Spic and Span All Day 
November 6, 1935 Edward A Coray Sports Jayvees Hold North Park To 6-6 Count 
November 6, 1935 Six Teams In Little Nineteen Conference Sports Millikin Takes First Place In Little Nineteen 
November 6, 1935 McShane Leads Crusaders Sports Wheaton Places Fifth in Layola Invitational Meet 
November 6, 1935 Phil Merritt Sports  Spotting The Sports 
November 6, 1935 Charlie Robinson Sports Hope To Duplicate Previous Victory 
November 6, 1935 Coray Cager Sports Co-Captains Romein and Gray With Seven Lette-men Returns for Practice 
November 6, 1935 Reino Nori Sports Short Shot From Conference Files 
November 6, 1935 Girls Interclass Soccer Championship Sports The Amazon 
November 6, 1935 Luke Rhoad Sports Gridders Drop Tilt 13-20 to DeKalb 
November 6, 1935 Crusadwe Jay Vees Sports Jayvees to Oppose Naperville There Next Monday 
November 6, 1935 Paul Miller Article 'Not a Thing ' she Says 
November 6, 1935 Wheaton Crusaders Sports Eureka Tilt Ends Current Grid Card 
November 6, 1935 W. H Wrighton Article Love With Blessing Signifies no Misuse 
November 6, 1935 Dr. Lauren A. King Article Dr. King Advocates Use of Comprehensive Exams 
November 6, 1935 Out In the World  Article Student Opinion 
November 6, 1935 The Gay Gargoyle Article The Gay Gargoyle 
November 6, 1935 Chicago Sunday Tribune News Success Always brings recognition 
November 6, 1935 Henrietta Henderson News Four Women Societies Sponser Tea, Nov. 2, For Freshman Coeds 
November 6, 1935 Williston Hall News Red Castle to Hold Hard Times Party; 15 Men to Visit Mills 
November 6, 1935 Brewers Open House News Brewers Entertain 10 Coeds, Nov. 2 
November 6, 1935 Charlotte Stephens News Mrs W. Hockman Speaks On Italo- Ethiopian Conditions 
November 6, 1935 Amy Deck News Seniors Celebrate With Masquerade; Miller Wins Prize 
November 6, 1935 Williston Hall Information House Party Vary Usual Social Calender 
November 6, 1935 Dr. Thomas C. Poulter Article Antartica Described By Poulter 
November 6, 1935 H. Chuck Yoder Sports Enter Quater Finals Bracket as Weather Shows Play 
November 6, 1935 Deutscher Verein, College German Club Music German Club Meeting Features Singing; New Teacher to Lead 
November 6, 1935 Dr. W . C. Spencer News Collegiate Chatter 
November 6, 1935 Hjalmer Berg News Historians Reelect Berg, Discuss Statute Changes 
November 6, 1935 Wilbert Norton News Norton Announces Subscription Drive 
November 6, 1935 Wilbur F. Swanson Music Swanson Directs Messiah Chorus ; Present Oratorio In Chapel Monday, Dec. 16 
November 6, 1935 College Christian Endeavor News William Moore to Speak At College C.E., Nov. 10 
November 6, 1935 Wilbur F. Swanson Music Organist to Feature Bach Numbers In Second of Monthly Series 
November 6, 1935 Frank Cassel News Auction Nets 17.17 dollars For Needy Students 
November 6, 1935 Enock C, Dyrness News Three From The Office of The Registrar Go to Annual Convention 
November 6, 1935 Increase College Tuition Rate News Action Would Also Add to Student Loan Fund, Says Enock C. Dyrness 
November 6, 1935 H William Norden News Intensive Practice Begins as Nordin Picks Thirty Seven 
November 6, 1935 Hiat Hall News  Miss Frances Fredrickson is The Housemother for Latest College Dorm 
November 6, 1935 Miss Helen Catherwod News Coed To Sing , Play on WMBI 
November 6, 1935 J. Oliver Buswell  News  Pres Buswell To Talk, Nov. 7 
November 6, 1935 Dr. Lewis S. Chafer News  Anderson to Address Students In Chapel Service 
November 6, 1935 Rev John Hermann News  League to Hear Rev. Hermann Next Monday 
November 6, 1935 John Brobeck News Alpha Delta Chooses Eight New Members 
November 6, 1935 John Brobeck News Alpha Delta Chooses Eight New Members 
November 6, 1935 Charlotte Stephens News Committee Selects Academy Celebrity 
November 6, 1935 Seniors Win Over Juniors 3-0 Yesterday News Defending Champions Get Interclass Debate from Revals Last Night 
November 13, 1935 Miss Christopherson News Kirk's Secretary Sails for India 
November 13, 1935 F. D. Whitesell Th. D.,  News President Buswell Opens Meetings in South Side Church 
November 13, 1935 Dr. Orrin E. Tiffany News C. E. Will Listen to Dr. Tiffany, Sunday 
November 13, 1935 Moody Institute Faculty Member to Appear at League Meeting, Nov. 18 News Dr. Page will Speak, Monday 
November 13, 1935 Seniors to Defend Cup in Tilt with Sophomores; Co-ed Clash Postponed News Men will Settle Debate Championship, Nov. 14 
November 13, 1935 Chalmers Hatch News Animated Talk Involves Council 
November 13, 1935 Concurs with Nine Illinois Institutions News Faculty Committee Adopts Freshman Athletic Ruling 
November 13, 1935 Underclassmen Flunk, are Dismissed; 47 More Placed on Probation News Dyrness Lists Probationers 
November 13, 1935 Robert Hastings News Cosmops to Choose Officers, Thursday 
November 13, 1935 Henry C. Thiessen News Dr. Thiessen, Choir to Lead Chapel Services 
November 13, 1935 The North Central Association News Kirk Seeks Data Favoring Plan for Faculty Pensions 
November 13, 1935 Adjourns to Meet Dec. 6 to Render Decision on Demurrer of Defense News Commission Defers Buswell Case Again 
November 13, 1935 Walton MacMillan News Sophs Issue Ultimatum Regarding Frosh Dinks 
November 13, 1935 Twenty-Eight Students in Newly Organized Department Study Art News Miss Baker Guides Pupils in Statuary, Painting Art 
November 13, 1935 Mrs. A. Barton Hepburn News Panhellenic House Announces Contest 
November 13, 1935 Charles J. Bulliet News Christmas Exhibit Art Classes Plan 
November 13, 1935 George W. Bleecker News Miss F. Bleecker Mourns Father's Death, Tuesday 
November 13, 1935 Defense Attorny Shows Law Ability News Griffiths Attacks Surprise Argument at Buswell Trial 
November 13, 1935 Belts to Review Sage and Saga News Underclassman Frolic to be Staged Saturday 
November 13, 1935 The German Club Information German Students Meet for First Time, Nov. 7 
November 13, 1935 Intersociety Group to Meet Today to Plan Fall Social Function, Dec. 13 News Walden Howard, is Open Meeting Committee Head 
November 13, 1935 Margaret Bailley News Sophs' to Entertain Hobo Frosh, Nov. 15 
November 13, 1935 Hjalmer Berg News Dr. C. B. Eavey Attends Teacher's Conference 
November 13, 1935 Men Singers Frolic in Lower Chapel as Future Trips Are Outlined News Glee Club Sees Pictures of Tour at Party, Nov. 9 
November 13, 1935 Can Youth Take Advice?  Articles Our Loss- But It's of the Lord 
November 13, 1935 The Men's Glee Club Party Short Comments The Gay Gargoyle 
November 13, 1935 Harry McKnight Information Orators will Welcom Initiates, Tomorrow 
November 13, 1935 Judas Priest To Editor Student Opinion 
November 13, 1935 John Brobeck Article 7 Wheaton Coeds Teach at Genenva 
November 13, 1935 Luke 23:15 Short Comments  On a Hymn of Prayer 
November 13, 1935 Charlotte Stphens News Juniors, Seniors Frolic, W. A. A. Goes Swimming 
November 13, 1935 George V. Kirk News Don Boardman Speaks to New Camera Club 
November 13, 1935 Squad of Forty Reports; to Open Against Oak Park "Y" on Dec. 7 Sports Hoopsters Drill On Fundamentals 
November 13, 1935 Chuck Roberts Sports Jayvees Lose to North Central by a Touchdown 
November 13, 1935 Is Hoop Co-Captain Sports Romein Merits Athletic Esteem 
November 13, 1935 8 Veterans Among Grappling Aspirants; Light-Weights Crowd in  Sports Crusaders Being Practice Seesions for Stiff Hardwood, Mat Schedules 
November 13, 1935 Barbara Coughlin Sports Frosh Win 3-0 to Take Honors 
November 13, 1935 Hockman Shoots Highest Score with 197 Points; Return Match Planned Sports Marksmen Outshoot Lombard in Match Here Last Friday 
November 13, 1935 By the Amazon Reviewer Sports Frosh Win 3-0 to Take Honors 
November 13, 1935 Harold Smith Sports Loyloa Men Bow to Wheaton 37-18 in Harrier Meet 
November 13, 1935 Nelson Ends Last Grid Season with 2 Touchdowns in Second, Fourth Periods Sports Eleven Wins Final Tilt in Mud Battle 
November 13, 1935 Crusaders Hope to Avenge Former Defeat in Last Home Game; Nov. 23 Sports Veteran Town Team to Match Kicks Here 
November 13, 1935 Substitute Wiemer Boots Winning Goal After Shot Ties Score Sports Soccermen Beat Wisconsin; To Meet Joliet Saturday 
November 13, 1935 Mayeau to Lead Team Against 'Little 19' Competition at Bloomington Sports Harriers will Run in State Meet Nov. 16 
November 13, 1935 Nelson Captains Fighting Grid Team Through 8 Contests; Frosh Good Sports Consistent Improvement Marks 1935 Football Season Under New Mentor 
November 20, 1935 Trustees Vote Almost Unanimously in Raise, Loans To Students News Board Votes Raise in Fee For Tuition 
November 20, 1935 Good News Service News Class of '39 To Hold Good News Meeting Tomorrow at 7.30pm 
November 20, 1935 Comprehensive Examinations News Committee Discusses Comprehensive Exams, Utility At Wheaton 
November 20, 1935 History Club News Historians Plan Visit to Chicago Museum, Nov. 21 
November 20, 1935 Harry Stam, '23 News Harry Stam '23 Returns From belgian Congo; To Visit Here Soon 
November 20, 1935 2,500 Attend Fundamentalist Meeting Sponsored by Dr. Ironside News Buswell Speaks, Glee Club Sings at Moody Church Rally 
November 20, 1935 Mrs. William H. Hockman News Mrs. Hockman To Address CE On Missions 
November 20, 1935 Miss Frances Fredrickson News Frances Fredrickson To Sing Over WMBI From Studio at Addison, Ill. 
November 20, 1935 Enock C. Dyrness News Dyrness to Head April Convention For Registrars 
November 20, 1935 Men's Interclass Debate Honors News Seniors Retain Debate Honors by Defeating Sophs 3-0, Nov. 14 
November 20, 1935 Today's Payment Closes Deal; Bible Church Requests Extension News College Church to Vacate Chapel, Saturday, Nov. 23 
November 20, 1935 President J. Oliver Buswell Jr. NEws President J.O. Buswell To Address Meeting Of Church Educators 
November 20, 1935 League of Evangelical Students News Robert Eckvall '20 To Address League 
November 20, 1935 Literary Societies News Sectional Gatherings Head Social Calendar 
November 20, 1935 Three Hundred Underclassmen Attend Annual Frolic; Dr., Mrs. Free Chaperone News Class of '38 Entertains Frosh With Hobo Party, Saturday 
November 20, 1935 Easterners To Visit Elgin Rink, Saturday, Nov. 23; Louise Crawford Leads News Tower Staff Skates, Nov. 16; Californians to Frolic 
November 20, 1935 Conservatory Head Learns That Fundamental Presbytery Tables Case News Narbeth Group Votes To Delay Stam Trial 
November 20, 1935 National Youth Administration News NYA Announces Aid For College Students; Wheaton Rates High 
November 20, 1935 Frank W. VanDusen Considers Conservatory One of Country's Finest News Organ Teacher to Play, Friday 
November 20, 1935 Prayer Room Short Comment Student Committee Plans Prayer Room 
November 20, 1935 Science and Social Science Departments Short Comment Exchequer Deficiency Halts Movie Purchase 
November 20, 1935 English Students, Kriets, A Capella Choir News Mark Twain, Spelling Hold Academy Interest 
November 20, 1935 Oratorical Association News Speech Group Inducts Seven New Members 
November 20, 1935 Officers to Induct 15 New Members Sometimes in December News Music Box Varies Type Of Meeting 
November 20, 1935 Annual High School Conference Short Comment Dr. Eavey Will Address High School Conference 
November 20, 1935 A Proposal of The International Students Article A Good Idea- Let's Do It 
November 20, 1935 Andrew Carnegie Article Commemorating A Great Educator 
November 20, 1935 Interest in Extra-Curricular Activities Article Indicating A Healthy Trend 
November 20, 1935 Humor Column The Gay Gargoyle 
November 20, 1935 Improvement in College Instruction News Dr. Emerson Talks About Improving Teaching Methods 
November 20, 1935 Re-enthronement of the Person, Spirit Grace and Authority of Christ in The Hearts and Consciousness of Men News Re-enthrone Person, Spirit, Grace, Authority of Christ 
November 20, 1935 Sidney P. Marcy ex-'37 Short Comment Sidney Marcy, Wife Arrive at Mission In Central America 
November 20, 1935 Booters to Take 800-Mile Trip; Oberlin, Wooster Games are Scheduled; Muskingum or Ohio Tentative Sports Soccer Team to Invade Ohio, Thanksgiving; Face Batavia Here, Saturday 
November 20, 1935 Won Over Team 2-1, Last Year; Crusader Booters Expect Easy Victory Over City Squad in Home Game Sports Soccer Team to Invade Ohio, Thanksgiving; Face Batavia Here, Saturday 
November 20, 1935 "W" Club Members Sports Wearers of "W" Plan Program For Tomorrow 
November 20, 1935 Wheaton Soccerites Sports Joliet Bows, 5-3, To Crusader Team 
November 20, 1935 Freshmen Rule Sports North Central Adopts Ruling Against Frosh 
November 20, 1935 Intra-Mural Tournament Sports Hoop Tournament Is Being Arranged 
November 20, 1935 Wheaton College Gun Club Sports Chicago Gun Club Wins Over Orange By Eight Point Lead 
November 20, 1935 Illinois Intercollegiate Football Championship Sports Monmouth May Take Conference Gridiron Honors 
November 20, 1935 Co-Captain Gray, Nelson, MacDonald Report as Hoopsters Work Out Sports Coray Cuts Cagers; Gridmen Come Out 
November 20, 1935 League Battles Sports Monmouth Favored For League Honors 
November 20, 1935 Various Sports Sports Sporting the Sports 
November 20, 1935 Johnny Gray Sports Senior Co-Captains Hardwood Cagers 
November 20, 1935 Little 19 Conference Cross-Country Honors Sports Team Takes Fourth As Normal Holds Conference Honors 
November 20, 1935 Grapplers to Meet Illinois Wesleyan, Normal, DeKalb, and North Central Sports Four League Teams Carded 
November 27, 1935 Enock C. Dryness Information  Changes For Second Term Classes Told  
November 27, 1935 Arthur Lindquist News A. Lindquist, '23 To Give Chapel Talk On Monday  
November 27, 1935 Dr. Henry C. Thiessen  News Dr. Henry C. Thiessen To Speak On Sunday  
November 27, 1935 Dr. Lauren A King Short Story Short Story Pleriminaries To Be Held On Jan. 10 
November 27, 1935 Ruth Hoisington News Women to Debate On Dec. 6; Men Open Forenics Dec. 12 
November 27, 1935 A. Paul Frye News MBI Operator At Control Station  
November 27, 1935 Dr. Herbert Moule News Quad To Vie In Intramural Meet  
November 27, 1935 Frosh Head  News John Shearer Chosen Head Of Freshmen 
November 27, 1935 Clyde S. Kibly News Kibly to Speak To CE on Sunday About Psalm 23 
November 27, 1935 Literary Societies News Societies Receive Requests For Membership From 123 Students  
November 27, 1935 The Record Contest News Preliminaries Contest To Be Held Jan. 10  
November 27, 1935 Ohio State News Perhaps Ohio State Is Not The Only Place  
November 27, 1935 The Record Short Story Contest News Story Award  
November 27, 1935 Guglielmo Marconi News Harvard Discounts Report Of Weapon Made by Marconi  
November 27, 1935 Rev. George Curran  News Curran to Speak At Union Service In College Church  
November 27, 1935 Dr. J. Greshman Machan  News Dr. Machen Says Study Classical Greek For Basis  
November 27, 1935 Don Davies News 'Italio - Ethiopian Fight To Be Short' Says Don Davies  
November 27, 1935 Harold Mackenzie News H. Mackenzie Speaks Nov. 22  
November 27, 1935 Thanksgiving Holidays News Join Meetings Enliven Holiday Lit Calendar  
November 27, 1935 Women's Interclass Debate News Senior Women Win Over juniors In Inter Class Debate  
November 27, 1935 Dr. Merwin A. Stone News Stone Improves; To Return Soon  
November 27, 1935 Charlotte Stephens  Information Graduates, Bible Class Conduct Academy Chapter  
November 27, 1935 Dr. Orrin E. Tiffany  News History Group Examines Chicago Museum, Nov 21 
November 27, 1935 International Students Information Cosmopolite Elect New Officers in Past Week: Hastings Will Preside  
November 27, 1935 The Wheaton Record Column Why We Are Thankful 
November 27, 1935 The Wheaton Record  Column Is Unity What We Need? 
November 27, 1935 g g x i i  Column The Gay Gargoyle 
November 27, 1935 M. H. M.  Comment  Student Opinion  
November 27, 1935 WMBI Information Radio Broadcast Reach Millions Throughout World  
November 27, 1935 William H. Wrington  Article Christ's Four Fold Gift Calls Forth Thanksgiving  
November 27, 1935 Dick Test Information Ada Rury Announces Dick Test Discoveries; To Give Treatments  
November 27, 1935 Applications Late News Plans For Soccer Trip Fall Through As Arrangements In Ohio Fail  
November 27, 1935 Captain Reino Nori Sports Nori Of Dekalb Scores 77 points, leads 'Little 19' 
November 27, 1935 Crusader Soccer Team Sports Korea's Gift to the Soccer Team 
November 27, 1935 Captain Charlie Robinson Sports Booters Drop Last Contest To Nickeloid Squad, 2-0, Nov 23 
November 27, 1935 Wyllys Terry News Yale Records Longest Run From Scrimmage  
November 27, 1935 Bill Baker Sports Hawaiians Play Novelty Football With Bare Feet  
November 27, 1935 Johnny Page Sports Spotting The Sports 
November 27, 1935 W. A. A. Members News W. A. A. Receives 25 Coeds; Miss Berg Picks All Stars  
November 27, 1935 Coach Ball  Sports  Coach Ball Introduces Jay-vee Wrestling, Cuts mat Squad  
November 27, 1935 Coach Coray Sports Fourteen Pick-up Teams Begin in Intramural Play  
November 27, 1935 Wheaton College Gun Club Sports Gun Club Wins Second Contest  
November 27, 1935 Arthur Poe Sports Freak Plays Help Win Historic Tiger Games  
November 27, 1935 Delburt Nelson  Sports  He's a Champ: 23 Victories in 26 Matches  
November 27, 1935 Coach Coray  Sports Injury Benches Romein, Russ Powell Reports As Season Approaches  
November 27, 1935 Dr. C. Benton  Information  Schools Adopting Freshman Ruling To meet, Nov. 30 
November 27, 1935 M. C. A. Team  Sports Coray Polishes Offense For Opener of Hardwood Card  
December 11, 1935 Student Council Article Council Urges Credit System for Activities 
December 11, 1935 Christian Endeavor Article CE Plans Rally For Missionaries 
December 11, 1935 Chapel Speaker Article Dr. Harry A. Ironside Will Conclude Series on Bible, Thursday 
December 11, 1935 Speech Contest Article Howard Takes Speech Crown 
December 11, 1935 Men's Debate Article Twenty Will Speak in Debate Tourney; To Give 4 Prizes 
December 11, 1935 College Concert Article Swanson Announces 'Messiah' Rendition; and Tells of Soloists 
December 11, 1935 Campus Debate Article Soph Co-Eds Cop Debating Laurels from Seniors, 2-1 
December 11, 1935 League of Evangelical Students Article Dr. John Frame Addresses League on Iraq Missions 
December 11, 1935 Christmas Recital Article Speech Group Will Perform 
December 11, 1935 Christmas Service Article Conservatory to Present Christmas Music Service 
December 11, 1935 Wheaton Winter Program Article College Acts as Host to Many Townspeople 
December 11, 1935 Buswell Trial Proceedings Article Prosecution Presents Witnesses, Documents 
December 11, 1935 Cook County Hospital Visit Article Pre-Meds Visit County Hospital 
December 11, 1935 Buswell Trial Article 'Four Horsemen' Is Name Applied to Buswell Defenders 
December 11, 1935 Student Council Article Council Sets Aside Room as a Lobby 
December 11, 1935 Open Society Meeting Article Societies to Portray Metropolitan Modes 
December 11, 1935 German Club Article German Club Gets Colorful Glimpses of Collegiate Life 
December 11, 1935 Y House Dinner Informatino Y House To Entertain Twenty Girls, Saturday 
December 11, 1935 Planetarium Field Trip Article Astronomy Class Will Inspect Planetarium in Chicago, Saturday 
December 11, 1935 Barrack's Boys Article Barrack Dwellers to Chase Corners Saturday, Oct. 14 
December 11, 1935 Volleyball on Campus Article Volleyball Tournament, Parties to Interest Preps 
December 11, 1935 New Members of Literary Society Article Phils, Aels Hold Lead of Forty-Six More Join Lits 
December 11, 1935 Chi Sigma Theta Members Article Chi Sigma Thetas Choose 9 Initiates 
December 11, 1935 Credit Where Credit is Due Articles Let's Do This Right, Wheaton 
December 11, 1935 Little Miss Muffet Short Comments The Gay Gargyole 
December 11, 1935 Miss Blaine To Editor Student Opinion 
December 11, 1935 William H. Wrighton Article The Unveiled Christ 
December 11, 1935 Walden Howard News Sunday School at Castle's Lake Has Proved Successful 
December 11, 1935 Same Five that Beat Oak Parkers will Probably Start, Tomorrow Sports Armour to be Foe, Tuesday 
December 11, 1935 James McKellin Sports To Flood Athletic Field for Skating 
December 11, 1935 Luke Rhoad Information Satch 
December 11, 1935 Jack Hamilton Sports Jayvee Cagers Hand Oak Park 39-28 Drubbing 
December 11, 1935 Crusaders to Seek to Avenge 46-29 Loss at U. of Chicago, Saturday Sports Orange Squad to Clash With Maroon Team 
December 11, 1935 Football, Basketball, Journalism are Luke Rhoad's Recognized Interests Sports "Pennsylvania Dutch" Jumps Center for Cagers This Year 
December 11, 1935 Coach M. Wendell Smith Information Coach Smith to Treat Tonight 
December 11, 1935 Windy City is Scene of Tussle Sports Veteran Team to Meet Tech in Initial Mat encounter 
December 11, 1935 Burton Jones News Roberts, Moffett to Lead Booters 
December 11, 1935 Russ Powell News "Y" House, Scrubs Lead Intra-murals 
December 11, 1935 Tunie Romein Short Comments on Sports Spotting, the Sports 
December 11, 1935 V. F. Swain of Bradley Sports Little 19 to Wrestle at Wheaton Again 
December 11, 1935 J. Page is High as Locals Take Villagers for Second Time in 14 Years Sports Crusaders Down Oak Parkers 25-22 in Fast Game Saturday 
December 18, 1935 Nationally Known Vitamin Authority to Address Group, Jan. 16 Information Dr. C. Farmer To Address Pre-Medics 
December 18, 1935 Sigma Pi Sigma, national Science Honor Society News Physics Fraternity to Initiate Sherwin Thursday, Dec. 19 
December 18, 1935 Douglas Eadie Information Faculty Decides to Table Council Grade Point Rule 
December 18, 1935 Bulletin Information Academy Student's Condition Reported Serious Last Night 
December 18, 1935 Philip Irabon, Chairman of the College Christian Endeavor News irabon Lists Speakers For Future Christian Endeavor Meetings 
December 18, 1935 Dr. L. Allen Higley Information Dr. Higley Will Head Association 
December 18, 1935 Wilbur F. Swanson to Direct four Soloists, Large Group in Handle's Work Information Oratorio to Climax Open Week, Tonight 
December 18, 1935 Dr. Will H. Houghton News Moody Dismisses Classes as Scarlet Fever Increases 
December 18, 1935 The Tower of '37 Threw All Available Copy  Information Tower Editors Dispatch Initial Batch of Copy 
December 18, 1935 Thomas Lidsay, Sophomore, Places Second in Third Annual Tourney Sports Harold Mackenzie Wins Intramural Tournament 
December 18, 1935 The Class of '37 News Class of '37 Hears Gift Suggestions 
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