Index to The Record, 1936 (September)-1937 (January)

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September 26, 1936 Frosh Insurgents News Sophs Enforce Rules As Barrel Staves Act 
September 26, 1936 Forty-Seven States, Fourteen Countries Included In Roster News Enrollment Reaches 1073; Sets Record 
September 26, 1936 James A. Sutherland, D.D. News Dr. Sutherland Is Made Field Agent 
September 26, 1936 Answers to Frosh Bible Exam Questions Information Brilliancy 
September 26, 1936 Hazes News Frosh of '90 Faced Hazes From He-Men 
September 26, 1936 Hill Folk Rode for Miles to attend "Harp" Sings; Negro's Singing "It Is Well With My Soul" Made Early Impression News Homer Hammontree Recalls Inspiration of Mount'n Sings 
September 26, 1936 Fischer Chapel News Two Story Stacks Rise Under Glass In Altered Library 
September 26, 1936 $70,000 Section Forms Center Of Georgian Colonial Structure News Women's Dormitory Reachers Third Story; Sixty-Five Girls to Enter, November 25 
September 26, 1936 Coach M. Wendel Smith Short Comment Ex-Coach Smith To Teach At California High School 
September 26, 1936 Literary Groups Make Ready for Annual Fall Informals News New Students Attend Early Social Events 
September 26, 1936 Sixty-nine Wheatonites Join In Penna. Conference Banquet News Wheaton Reunion Meets at Montrose 
September 26, 1936 Del Nelson, Florence Gessing Join Teachers News Academy Adds Two Profs; Organize Football Team 
September 26, 1936 Eleanor Allen, ex-'35 and John Allen Knapp Short Comment Eleanor Allen ex-'35 Weds John Knapp 
September 26, 1936 Four Regulation Football Fields Short Comment McKellin lists Four Grid Fields 
September 26, 1936 Revival Article Spiritual Responsibility 
September 26, 1936 Presidential Election Article Americana 
September 26, 1936 Perennial Sophomore Meditation Article An Autumn Meditation 
September 26, 1936 Welcome Incoming Freshmen Article To The Freshmen 
September 26, 1936 By Rev. Will H. Houghton D.D. Literature Not I, But Christ 
September 26, 1936 "I Will Instruct Thee" Psalm 32:8 Article The Message For Today 
September 26, 1936 Poetry Literature The Gay Gargoyle 
September 26, 1936 By Ed McCausland Column Along The Sidelines 
September 26, 1936 Women's Athletic Association News W.A.A. Sponsors Hay Party, New Girls Sleep In Stable 
September 26, 1936 Team Out to Avenge Last Year's Defeat of 7 to 0 Sports Eleven Meets Adrian; Coach Is Optimistic 
September 26, 1936 Frosh Football Team Sports Frosh Team Opens With St. Procopius Tomorrow at 3p.m. 
September 26, 1936 Coach Eliot Putman to Build Team Around Lone Veteran Campbell Sports Graduation, Injury Takes Harrier Toll 
September 26, 1936 By Lois Nixon Short Comment Nix-Nax 
September 26, 1936 Varsity Soccer Sports Veteran Orange Booters Set For Mooseheart Tuesday 
September 30, 1936 Senator Speaks Article Senator Lewis Will Address College Oct. 17 
September 30, 1936 Radio Music Article Male Trio Begins Broadcast Series for Third Year 
September 30, 1936 Moody Professor Speaks Article Dr. Benson to Speak in Chapel Tomorrow 
September 30, 1936 Black Hills Field Trip Article Backward Glances Reflect Worth of Black Hills Trip 
September 30, 1936 Presidential Campaign Article Party Lines Fade in Campaign 
September 30, 1936 Leage of Evangelical Students Article Mission Head Greets League Next Monday 
September 30, 1936 College Band Article John F. Fletcher Announces Plans for Band Work 
September 30, 1936 Homecoming Head Article Council Picks Lewis as Head 
September 30, 1936 Organ Recital Information Professor Berger Will Inaugurate Organ Recital 
September 30, 1936 Art Department Schedule Information Jayne Reorganizes Art Class Schedules 
September 30, 1936 Expression Department Speaker Article Noted Reader Will Appear Next Tuesday 
September 30, 1936 Yearbook Contracts Article Moffett Announces Tower Contracts; Plans Outlined 
September 30, 1936 President Speaking Engagement Article President to Speak to Cicero Church 
September 30, 1936 Late Week Record Informatino An Explanation 
September 30, 1936 Leage of Evangelical Students Article Your Responsibility 
September 30, 1936 Stirrings of Revival Article Evangelism 
September 30, 1936 Football Victory Opinion Victory at Wheaton 
September 30, 1936 Lit Societies Opinion Literary Societies 
September 30, 1936 Printing Shop Article Phillips Print Shop is Awarded Record Publication This Year 
September 30, 1936 Sanctuary Message Article The Message for Today 
September 30, 1936 Typist Competition Information Typists, Ahoy! 
September 30, 1936 Poetry Column The Gay Gargoyle 
September 30, 1936 Literary Societies Article Bows, Arrows, Introduce Informals; Societies Elect 
September 30, 1936 Toccoa Falls Institute Faculty Article Helen Dornhoefer Weds Chrisman 
September 30, 1936 Engagement Information Dining Hall Manager Announces Betrothal 
September 30, 1936 Engagement Information Beatrice Weeks '35, Sands '35 to Wed 
September 30, 1936 Academy Class Meetings Article Preps Elect Class Officers; Gridders Prime for Harvard 
September 30, 1936 Senior Rings Informatino Thirday Gold Rings Arrive for Seniors 
September 30, 1936 Football Team Article Along the Sidelines 
September 30, 1936 Cross Country Sports Harriers Point to Cardinal Meet; Berghouse Stars 
September 30, 1936 Football Sports Orange Takes Adrian 19-0 in Grid Opener as Eleven Shows All Around Ability 
September 30, 1936 Little 19 Football Sports This is How Football Looks in Little 19 
September 30, 1936 Football Coaching Sports Profs Invade Lawson Field; Veteran Team 
September 30, 1936 Gun Glub Article Gun Club Assembles for First Practice; Have New Coaches 
October 8, 1936 Affiliated Network Will Provide Outlet for New Series News Dr. Grigolia, President to Speak, Oct. 12 
October 8, 1936 Roger McShane News Howard Moffett, McShane Edit Grid Booklet 
October 8, 1936 D.L. Foster News Moody Professor to Speak Monday 
October 8, 1936 Art Teacher Renovates Old Pictures; Finds Portrait Information College Places Pictures by Jayne in Fischer Library 
October 8, 1936 Choral Group to Inaugurate Music Artists' Series in Chapel Music Northwestern University Choir to Sing Here Sunday Afternoon 
October 8, 1936 Roger McShane  Information Democrates Stand for Nationalism 
October 8, 1936 John Walter Information Roberts Assures "Plenty of Zip" at Homecoming 
October 8, 1936 Campus Republicans News Campus Republicans Organize Tomorrow 
October 8, 1936 Ninety-eight Students receive Recongnition in Chapel Sports Class of '36 Wins Trophy; Average 85.16 
October 8, 1936 Dr. Henry Information Christian Endeavor Hears Dr. Thiessen 
October 8, 1936 Lawrence Souder Presides Temporarily as Debate Waxes Hot Information Debaters, Orators Join; Form Forensic Union 
October 8, 1936 Lights! Camera! Action! News Camera Club Selects Carlton White Prexy 
October 8, 1936 Arrangements with the Wheaton News Journalism Student Work for Journal 
October 8, 1936 The History Club Information Historians Present Seven reel Movie Saturday Evening 
October 8, 1936 Increased Staff Organizes to Handle Larger Enrollment News Library Desks Arrive Lately 
October 8, 1936 Art, Speech, and Music Classes News Lower Chapel Used to Serve Hungry Pupils 
October 8, 1936 Final Chapel Program News Phils, celts Have Chapel on Friday 
October 8, 1936 The Vasity Soccer Team Sports Soccerites Take Mooseheart 6-0; Mc-Causland Hurt 
October 8, 1936 Walker Primes Team  News Orange to Oppose Redbirds on Grid, Track, Oct.10 Hope to Continue Streak 
October 8, 1936 Beltionian News Belts Go Greek Tomorrow Eve 
October 8, 1936 George Olson Relates Experience on Gridiron Sports Star Lineman Coaches Frosh 
October 8, 1936 rainy Weather Postpones Tournament; 44 Men Entered Sports Intra-Mural Tennis Fans Wait Courts 
October 8, 1936 Crusaders March Fifty Yards for Touchtown in First Half Sports Wheaton Beats Teachers 6-0 in Little 19 Opener 
October 8, 1936 Charles Miller Sports Louie Gehr' 35 Returns to Coach Gym, Swim Teams 
October 8, 1936 Twenty Girls Out For Sport; Frosh Well Represented Sports Girls' Hockey Makes Debut at Wheaton 
October 21, 1936 roberts Describes Annual Homecoming With Superlatives News Homecoming Plans Near Completion  
October 21, 1936 Edward Fisch News Ex-Record Printer Arrives in China On Mission Work 
October 21, 1936 Enock C. Dyrness Information Dyrness Represents College at Meeting 
October 21, 1936 Professor Nordin Begins Work on Anuual Presentation Information Start Tryouts For "Messiah" 
October 21, 1936 College-Sponsored Sunday Information College to Present Combined Sunday Evening Services 
October 21, 1936 Professor E.H. Gault Will Discuss Disputed Question Information Advertising Is Visiting Prof's Lecture Topic 
October 21, 1936 Landon Minute Men News Landonites Meet; Elect MacMillan 
October 21, 1936 Emmett Logan Information Dr. Grigolia reveals Varied Life Spent in Many Lands 
October 21, 1936 University Group to Come With Wide Press Acclaim Music fisk Jubilee Group to Sing Negro Spirituals at Concert 
October 21, 1936 City Preacher Will Address League Monday Information Tower Business Head 
October 21, 1936 Adverse Weather News New Dorm Delayed by Rain; Finished End of November 
October 21, 1936 DeWitt Jayne News  Library Increases Stock of Art Books 
October 21, 1936 Dr. Orrin E. Tiffany News  Dr. Tiffany to Visit Greenville College 
October 21, 1936 Malcolm Watson Information Campus Once Cow Pasture, Gives Prof Hale Workout 
October 21, 1936 Dr. John D. Welsh News Welsh Disappointed at Test Turnout  
October 21, 1936 Crew of Santa Maria Frolics at Home of Bible Teacher News Dr. Thiessen Gives Party Sat., Oct. 17 
October 21, 1936 McShane  Information McShane Gives Out Reunion Book Plans 
October 21, 1936 Belts and Aels News Aels, Belts to Conduct Chapel Program, Friday 
October 21, 1936 Freshman and Sophomore Information Underclassmen Open Fall Debate Season 
October 21, 1936 San Francisco, Cal. Information New Coast Lingo Baffles Professors 
October 21, 1936 Societies Turn to Fall Topics as Oldest Lit Groups Entertain News Aelioian and Beltionian Conclude Lit Informals, Friday Evening, Oct. 23 
October 21, 1936 Pep was the Theme  Information Kreits, Eps Hold Literary Meetings; Gridders Lose 8-0 
October 21, 1936 Ladies Take New Women to Desert Scenes Friday News Desert, Night Themes Pervade Ladies', Knights' Informals as Literary Season Continues 
October 21, 1936 Present Roosevelt Short Comment Americanism First  
October 21, 1936 Spiritual Fervor Short Comment Let's Fix This Up 
October 21, 1936 Toledo, O. (ACP) Short Comment Honor System 
October 21, 1936 Wildcats  Short Comment Student Opinions 
October 21, 1936 Zephaniah 3:5 Short Comment The Message for Today 
October 21, 1936 President Buswell News President Buswell to Speak in Iowa  
October 21, 1936 Ed McCausland Sports Along the Sidelines 
October 21, 1936 Men's Tennis Information Six Netmen Left in Fall Tourney 
October 21, 1936 Walkermen Journey to Wisconsin; Teachers Have Good Record Sports Whitewater to Oppose Orange on Home Field, This Saturday 
October 21, 1936 Crusader  Sports Thin-Clads Lose Normal; Less Veteran Runners 
October 21, 1936 Prep Eleven Loses Tough Battle to Dickinson Foe Sports Academy Bows to St. Albans 6-0, Saturday 
October 21, 1936 Bartlett Hall Football Sports Bartlet Hall takes Friars 13-0, Oct. 17 
October 21, 1936 Lois Nixon Sports Girls' Mentor Stresses Game For Every Girl  
October 21, 1936 Bourbonnais--St. Viator Information  With the Little Nineteen Conference 
October 21, 1936 Davis, negro Star, Directs Team to Victory in Close Game  Sports DeKalb Downs Orange, 19 to 0 In First Loss  
October 21, 1936 Patterson Accounts for Lone Touchdown in Tight Encounter Sports Frosh Take North Park Team into Camp 8-0 Last Saturday  
October 21, 1936 Contest Editor reveals Entries; International Rules News  Typing Test Draws Many Applicants 
October 21, 1936 The California Club Entertainment Californians Meet to Orgnize Club 
October 21, 1936 Miss Ruth Berg Sports Miss Berg Tells of Inter-Class Soccer Tourney 
October 21, 1936 Hiatt Hall  News Hiatt Hall Women Select New Officers 
October 21, 1936 Women Athletes Present Talent in Initial Meeting Sports W.A.A. Holds First Meeting For Freshmen 
October 21, 1936 Riding Habit  News Coed Riders Pick Charlotte Buyers 
October 30, 1936 Coach Walker Sports Coach Walker Takes Over Hoop Duties  
October 30, 1936 Colleges and Universities Ranking Information Wheaton College Ranks Third Nationally In Roll Figures  
October 30, 1936 Dr. H. J. Long  News Tiffany Welcomes College President  
October 30, 1936 Martha Brobeck News New Dorm Set For Plumbers; Rooms Listed  
October 30, 1936 Emmett Logan Flashy Uniforms, Bugles Blare And Band Marches Down Field 
October 30, 1936 Roger McShane News Football Game, Tower Concert Monopolize Homecoming Docket  
October 30, 1936 N. C. Association News Rating Group Will Survey College Work  
October 30, 1936 J. S. Woodward  News Wheaton Merchants To Conduct Chapel  
October 30, 1936 Ed McCausland News Close Encounter Is Anticipated  
October 30, 1936 George V. Kirk  News Kirk Purchses Land for Lawson Parking Space  
October 30, 1936 Robert Carbaught News Vesper Recital Features Grads  
October 30, 1936 William Evans Read News J. G. Read's Father Succumbs Tuesday To Heart Attack  
October 30, 1936 Frosh Orator  News Freshamn Delivers Gettysberg Speech  
October 30, 1936 President Buswell Letter Welcome 
October 30, 1936 The Fisk Singers Music The Fisk Singers To Sing In Concert Tomorrow  
October 30, 1936 Men's Dormetry News Fire in Dorm Halted; Cause Is Unknown  
October 30, 1936 Mr. John F. Fletcher  News Band Heads Plan Concert In December  
October 30, 1936 DeWitt Jayne News Jayne Tells Art Classes Progress 
October 30, 1936 Edmund Clowney Information  League Votes to Disband College C.E  
October 30, 1936 William Nordin  News Nordin to Direct Chapel Choir  
October 30, 1936 Dr. Otis Fuller  News Dr. Otis Fuller Speaks in Chapel Sunday Morning  
October 30, 1936 Paul Weatherley  News Dark Room Artistry Revealed by Campus Picture Experts 
October 30, 1936 Wheaton Chamber Of Commerce News Halloween to be observed by Festival  
October 30, 1936 Interclass Debates  News Frosh beat Sophs in Debate, Oct. 28 
October 30, 1936 Harry Stam News Harry Stam, Evan Welsh To Speak, Preside At Meal As Alumni, Friends Dine  
October 30, 1936 Sigma Pi Sigma News Physiscs Group To Invite Eight In Chapel Nov 6 
October 30, 1936 Charleton White News Weatherly Runs Camera Club Salon 
October 30, 1936 Mr. and Mrs. George W. Stephens News Stephens, Murray Engagement Told  
October 30, 1936 Hallowe'en News Class of 1937 Holds Party in Barn, Oct.24 
October 30, 1936 Dr. Henry C. Thiessen  News Juniors Hike to Lagoon, Saturday  
October 30, 1936 President J. Oliver Buswell Jr. News  President Will Attend Dinner In New York  
October 30, 1936 Ve3ra Baumgartner  Music Conservatory Grads Get Good Positions  
October 30, 1936 Camera Club News Camera Club Plans Weekly Pictures  
October 30, 1936 Dr. James B. Mack News Zoology Students Visit Chicago Zoo Saturday  
October 30, 1936 Rev. Percy Crawford Information  Crawford Plans Eastern College; To Open In 1938 
October 30, 1936 Programs For graduates  Information Groups PlanGala Programs For Graduates  
October 30, 1936 Academy Classes News Academy Classes Hold Parties; Poll Rates Landon 12 -1 
October 30, 1936 Sun's Garden News Women Follow Clock Hands Around One Revolution  
October 30, 1936 Dorothy Waterhouse  News Aels, Belts Present Themes of Day's Passage Dream of Love at last of Lit Informal Series  
October 30, 1936 Wheaton College News News Bureau Shows growth; Widens Scope  
October 30, 1936 Black Magic  News Henry To Perform Magic 
October 30, 1936 Wheaton Colege Column Look Here Alumni 
October 30, 1936 Gertrude Column The Gay Gargoyle 
October 30, 1936 Gun Club News Gunners to Meet Lombard, Nov 4 
October 30, 1936 Phil Merritt Sports  Crusader Backfield Primed Ready For Action In Saturday's Elmhust Tilt  
October 30, 1936 Ed McCausland News Along The Sidelines  
October 30, 1936 Pushaball  Sports Frosh Will Meet Sophs in Pushball  
October 30, 1936 Leroy Patterson  Sports Frosh Beat Dekalb 
October 30, 1936 Chass Miller Article With Little "19" 
October 30, 1936 Louis Nixon News Nix - Nax 
October 30, 1936 Soccer Loop  Sports Seniors, Freshmen Take Early Lead in Soccer Loop  
October 30, 1936 Ruth Berg Sports Gym Teacher  
October 30, 1936 Paul Weatherley  News  G.O.P. Group Pleased With poll Results 
October 30, 1936 Fred M. Walker Sports Wheaton  Wheaton Newest Profs 
November 4, 1936 Dyrness in Letter Stresses Strict Observation by Teachers News Faculty Lists Ruling Anent Deferred Tests 
November 4, 1936 Victors in Tomorrow's Meet Debate Underclassmen News Juniors, Seniors in Debate Meet 
November 4, 1936 Record Setting Attendance Features Reunion News 224 Alumni Visit Campus 
November 4, 1936 Robert Carbaugh News League Sponsors Say-So-Meeting 
November 4, 1936 Academy, College Biology Departments Spondor Lecture, Nov. 14 News Naturalist to Show Sea Life in Color Film 
November 4, 1936 Chester Raube News Harriers to Enter Loyola Invitational 
November 4, 1936 Dr. J. C. Cardiff News League Speaker 
November 4, 1936 Assistant Football Coach to Give Life Story News 'Doc' Cardiff Speaks Nov. 9 
November 4, 1936 Grace Vanderpoel News Pi Kappa Delta Lauds Wheaton 
November 4, 1936 Democrat Landslide may Be Greatest in History of Country News F. D. R. Wins with 507 Electoral Votes 
November 4, 1936 Pi Kappa Delta News Wheaton is High In Speech Rating 
November 4, 1936 Hypocrisies Article "and such like" 
November 4, 1936 The Camera Club to Editor Student Opinion 
November 4, 1936 Luke 14:33 Scripture The Message for Today 
November 4, 1936 Sidney Skolsky Short Comments The Gay Gargoyle 
November 4, 1936 Regular Programs Follow Homecoming, Informal Presentations News Post-Informal Season Draws New Students 
November 4, 1936 Malcolm Watson News Three Engagements Told 
November 4, 1936 Wheaton Youths Score Touchdown During 3rd Quarter Sports Elgin Eleven Swamp Local Academy 26-6 
November 4, 1936 Coach Walker Short Comments on Sports Along the Sidelines 
November 4, 1936 Anderson and Marion Hibbard Sports Seniors, Freshmen Win Soccer Tourney 
November 4, 1936 'Pussycats' Find Pirates Easy Pickings in Muddy Grid Game Sports Crusaders Take Elmhurst 12-0; Will Meet Eureka on Saturday 
November 4, 1936 Thomas News Wheaton, Lombard Gun Match Listed 
November 4, 1936 Chas Miller News With the Little '19' 
November 4, 1936 Carol MacCleod Comment Nix-Nax 
November 11, 1936 John Laurence Frost News Faculty Votes New Name for Reading Room 
November 11, 1936 Arthur C. Pillsbury News  Noted Lecturer To Show Films 
November 11, 1936 New Dormitory Article Plan Early Occupation of Dorm; Center Unit to House 65 Co'eds 
November 11, 1936 James N. McKellin Sports McKellin Tells of Bleacher Gift 
November 11, 1936 President J. Oliver Buswell Jr. News President, stam To Attend Church Meetings in East 
November 11, 1936 Second Annual Affair News Town to View College Dec. 1-13 in Open House 
November 11, 1936 Dr William A. Old-father News Philology Professor To Address Students Next Tuesday Night 
November 11, 1936 Fritz Nelson News Midnight Brigade To Conduct League, Week from Monday 
November 11, 1936 Ben-Jamin Coleman Article Lit Council Celts Contend For Program 
November 11, 1936 John S. Woodward News Merchants Award Trophies in Chapel Monday 
November 11, 1936 'Greek Brotherhood' Article Group Agitates for New Classic Forum 
November 11, 1936 Hawley O. Taylor News  Sigma Pi Sigma To Take Eight New Members 
November 11, 1936 Return form the East News  President Buswell Returns from East 
November 11, 1936 Dr. John Leedy News Evolution Class Visits Museum to Examine Remains 
November 11, 1936 Whether to Have Senior Celebrity Section? News  Tower Staff Debates Point of '37 Policy 
November 11, 1936 H. William Nordin Music To Render Messiah 
November 11, 1936 Gunner Defeat Sports Gunners Defeat Lombard 1650-1624 
November 11, 1936 Ada Rury News  Nurse Discloses Health Record 
November 11, 1936 Zoology, Art Classes Join For Advanced Study of Bones Articles Art Volumes Available to Students Now 
November 11, 1936 William R. Elliot News Field Representative Returns From Tour 
November 11, 1936 Bows, Arrows Hold Joint Program; Other Societies Choose Varied Topics News  Societies' Topics Include Armistice, Literature 
November 11, 1936 Margaret Jefferies News  Dorm Women Gives Season's Opening Party 
November 11, 1936 Orlin R. Kohli News Three Selected To Judge Salon 
November 11, 1936 Mr. and Mrs Englesman Chaperoned News  Girls At Engelman's Give House Party; Entertain Twenty 
November 11, 1936 John Baumgart News  German Club Meets For Get-Together; Greet New Members 
November 11, 1936 Jason Walker Sports Academy League Hears Talk On Life In Palestine 
November 11, 1936 Orrin E. Tiffany News  Washington Oregon Groups Hold Party 
November 11, 1936 Lets Do the Right Thing Article  The Message for Today 
November 11, 1936 The Gay Gargoyle Article  Mr Dooley On A Pigskin Battle 
November 11, 1936 First meet Set for December with Twice Defeated Armour Tech Sports Blue Mat Men Will Complete in Big 10 Matches 
November 11, 1936 Captain McShane  Sports Orange Takes Fourth Place; Trails Normal 
November 11, 1936 Robert Scotty Hastings Sports Scotty Hastings Soccer Career Told by Scribe 
November 11, 1936 Ed McCausland Sports Along The Sidelines 
November 11, 1936 Doug Johnston Sports Season Summaries 
November 11, 1936 Roger McShane Sports  Ace Track Team Forecast for '37 By Race Captain 
November 11, 1936 Eureka Breaks Conference Standing of Local Crusaders Sports Wheaton Ties Eureka 13-13 In Home Game 
November 11, 1936 Last Game Of Season Lost to DeKalb "B" Team Friday Sports Frosh Maintain Lead in Junior Grid Standing 
November 11, 1936 H William Nordin Music  Chapel Choir To Broadcast 
November 11, 1936 John F. Fletcher Music Fletcher Revamps For Concert Work 
November 11, 1936 Dr. Titus Johnson News  Premeds to Hear Former Students; To Show Cinema 
November 11, 1936 Miss Ruth Berg Sports  Coeds Train for Volleyball Game With Profs Team 
November 11, 1936 Jackson Park News Test Tube Jugglers To Visit Steel Mill 
November 11, 1936 Elinor Pearson and Rosalyn Hauter News  Knights Will Be Guests of Ladies  
November 11, 1936 Pi Kappa Delta News  Forensic Union To Discus Class Debate, Thursday 
November 11, 1936 Lois Nixon Sports  Nix-Nax 
November 18, 1936 Weekly Gamefests to Take Place on Free Saturday Nights News Coach Coray's Game Class to Give Blowout 
November 18, 1936 Three Journalism Classes News Twenty Writes To Visit Chicago Papers, Nov. 19 
November 18, 1936 Dr. Wheeler P. Davey News Wheeler P. Davey To Speak Tonight 
November 18, 1936 Skating Party Short Comment Tower of '37 Skates 
November 18, 1936 Bill Duncan News Campus Cripple Carries Crafty Crutch 
November 18, 1936 Opening Recital Music Instrumental, Voice Numbers to Feature Recital, Tomorrow 
November 18, 1936 Wheaton College Represented Short Comment Three Coeds to Play 
November 18, 1936 Freshmen News Frehsmen Average 19 Years; Have 6 1/2 Brothers and Sisters 
November 18, 1936 Presbyterian Church in America Selects President for Year News Church Group Elects Buswell As Moderator 
November 18, 1936 Pre-Medical Society News Thirty Pre-Meds To Visit Hospital 
November 18, 1936 Student Foreign Mission Fellowship News Mission Fellowship Organizes, Nov. 12 
November 18, 1936 Russ Powell to Lead Veteran Team Against Maroons News Walker Preps Hoopsters for Chicago, Dec. 2 
November 18, 1936 Debaters Short Comment Senior Debaters Beat Class of '38 
November 18, 1936 Administrative Heads will Confer on Building Plans Soon; Scope is Widened; Rough Draft Indicates Increase in Equipment, Scope News Salisbury Submits Tenative Plans for Physical Education Building; Awaits Approval 
November 18, 1936 Orchestra Music Orchestra Begins Weekly Rehearsals 
November 18, 1936 E201 and E401 Short Comment Rooms Named 
November 18, 1936 Thanksgiving Season Article Let's Be Thankful 
November 18, 1936 Choice of Literary Society Article Do This Right 
November 18, 1936 Short Story Contest Article Comments Appreciated 
November 18, 1936 Guidance and Prayer Article "Under His Wings" 
November 18, 1936 Opinion of Students Column Student Opinion 
November 18, 1936 What Penitence Is; Sin Bars Peace; Salvation Necessary; Hope For All Article The Message For Today 
November 18, 1936 Humor Column The Gay Gargoyle 
November 18, 1936 Autumn, Travel, Music, Mythology, Famous Girls Form Themes in Meetings News Societies Plan Usual Programs Despite Thanksgiving Holiday 
November 18, 1936 Football Captain Short Comment Academy Gridders 
November 18, 1936 Party Directed by Margaret Jefferies News Fifteen Women at Williston Entertain Saturday, Nov. 14 
November 18, 1936 Girls' Athletic Association Gives Banquet for Team Sports Academy Grid Squad Selects Hammer, Foster as Captains 
November 18, 1936 Soccer Team Sports Soccer Team Triumphs, 2-1, Over Rockford 
November 18, 1936 Basketball Sports Along the Sidelines 
November 18, 1936 Berghouse Takes Fifth Place Medal; McShane Limps In Twelfth Sports Harriers Cop Third Place In Annual I.I.A.C. Meet 
November 18, 1936 Women's Soccer Tournament Sports Ladies Win Soccer Laurels in Society Meet, Last Week 
November 18, 1936 Jimmy Mc Donald Sports New Captain 
November 18, 1936 Annex Party Short Comment Annex Hold Party 
November 18, 1936 Women's Athletic Association Sports Nix-Nax 
November 25,1936 The Bible College President will Return for Campaign News R.C McQuilkin To Lead Services February 7 to 14 
November 25,1936 Mrs Lauren A. King  News  Infirmary List Includes Three 
November 25,1936 Peter Stam Jr. News  Conservatory Gives Recital, Sunday 
November 25,1936 Martha and Lucia Meter Music Wheaton Students to Give Thanksgiving Day Broadcast Over WMBI 
November 25,1936 Dean of The School of Music , Augustana College Music Wilbur F. Swanson Brings Chorus to Chicago Churches 
November 25,1936 William Beeby Music Band Plans Work In Concert Field 
November 25,1936 Speech Clinic News  Speech Department Inaugurates Clinic 
November 25,1936 String Quartet Music Chicago Civic Orchestra Will Give Artist Series Program In Chapel Dec.3 
November 25,1936 Students to Listen to Broadcast of Goood Music Music Radio Room Opened 
November 25,1936 Pastor College Church To Address Union of Churches  News  Evan Welsh To Speak at Church Service 
November 25,1936 Canadian Sunday School Suprintendent To Address League News  Lloyd Hunter Speaks Nov. 30 
November 25,1936 Mrs Anne Howard  News  Foreigners Elect Elizabeth Reeby 
November 25,1936 Grace Vanderpoel News  Junior Women Take Sophs to Clinch Title 
November 25,1936 Annual Event News  Special Meetings, Programs To Feature Annual Event Next Week 
November 25,1936 Sam Campbell News  Movie Program Will Initiate Celebration 
November 25,1936 House Of Congress  G. Washington Proclamation A National Thanksgiving  
November 25,1936 And They See Red Article  And They See Red 
November 25,1936 Ernest Young  Article  Student Opinion 
November 25,1936 Luke 8:11 Article  The Message for Today 
November 25,1936 Don Marquis  Article  The Gay Gargoyle 
November 25,1936 Phils, Celts Skate Tonight; Pinebrookers to Meet On Friday News  Two Parties Planned for Vacationers  
November 25,1936 Dr. Gordon H. Clark News  Phi Phi Deltas Frolic, November 21 
November 25,1936 Jean Wright  News  Williston Guest Board Dorm Train 
November 25,1936 Skate at Elgin Rink News  Dinning Hall Workers Skate at Elgin Rink 
November 25,1936 Benjamin Coleman '36 News  Camera Club Will Show Travel, Humor Films, Nov. 27 
November 25,1936 Dwight Schultz  Sports  24 Receive Awards For Prep Football 
November 25,1936 Jane Buswell News  Prep Students To Celebrate Thanksgiving  
November 25,1936 Mildred Schliemann News  Dunton Coeds Have China Party November 21 
November 25,1936 Ben Colman '35 News  Coleman to Give Readings, Friday For All Societies  
November 25,1936 Pinebrrok Bible Conference  News  Pinebrrokers Meet; Organize as Club 
November 25,1936 Edward Crum News  Arctic Antics Feature Party 
November 25,1936 McCarrell Stars as Walker-men show Spirit to Win Sports  Cagers Beat Church Team Last Evening  
November 25,1936 Edward A. Coray Sports  Game Blowout Proves Success  
November 25,1936 Mrs Mary Louise Harrison Sports  NIX-NAX 
November 25,1936 Learned by Experience  Sports  New Track Coach Holds Records In Mile , 880: Predicts Good Season 
November 25,1936 Herb Heilman  Sports  With The Title "19" 
December 2, 1936 J Oliver Buswell Jr News  Dr. Buswell Is Awarded L.L.D. Degree 
December 2, 1936 Mrs Cornelia Dalenburg News  League to Hear Nurse to Arabia 
December 2, 1936 John F. Fletcher Music Band Will Make a Joyful Noise 
December 2, 1936 Dr Frederick Stock Music Chicago Civic String quartet To Present Conservatory Concert 
December 2, 1936 Florence Cobb Music Mariam Chapman Will Give Senior Speech Recital 
December 2, 1936 H William Nordin Music Handel's Messiah To Close Festivity 
December 2, 1936 Gene Vickers Sports  Orange Booters To Play Peru, In Fourth Game 
December 2, 1936 Frank Wood  News  All College Groups Join In Reception 
December 2, 1936 Blanche Anderson News  Faculty Women Entertain City Groups, Dec 9 
December 2, 1936 Edward Crum News  Lions to Dine as Guests of College 
December 2, 1936 Fred M. Walker Sports  Maroons Play Host to Orange Tonight at 8 
December 2, 1936 Mrs Vivian Kretz Amsler Sports  Mrs Amsler, Trio To Give WMBI Hours, Tomorrow 
December 2, 1936 Sam Campbell News  College, Town See Colored Pictures 
December 2, 1936 Literary Societies Discuss Current Problems in Meeting Sports  Prep Hoopsters to Meet St. Albins Here Saturday 
December 2, 1936 Varied Lit Program Greet New Members of Society News  Lit Societies Hear Proposals of Membership 
December 2, 1936 Ed McCausland  Sports  Along The Sidelines 
December 9, 1936 Many things Come to Light as Four Record Reporters Report News Tower Heads Keep Secrets; Reveal Plot 
December 9, 1936 John Abernathy News John Abernathy, Friend of Frost Inspects College 
December 9, 1936 Leonard H. Bewick Information Jamaica Missionary Will Tell of Work at League Meeting 
December 9, 1936 Columbia Bible College Information Mission Group Plans Extension, Weekly Meetings 
December 9, 1936 Clint Youle News Frank Pickering Tells of Success in South American Mission  
December 9, 1936 Memebers of the Debate News Team Completes Round robin Debate, Today 
December 9, 1936 Charles Woodbridge Information Charles Woodbridge to Speak in Chapel 
December 9, 1936 Wheaton College W-M-B-I  Sports Three men to Play  
December 9, 1936 Ed Clowney News Sixty-Two Women Enter New Dormitory, Saturday  
December 9, 1936 Open House News Messiah Program to Conclude Open House Festivals 
December 9, 1936 College Entertains Lions Clubs  Entertainment Clubs Convene as Open House Events Proceed 
December 9, 1936 Bartlett Hall  Music  Bartlett Hall Drain Goes Out in Burst of Reversed Water  
December 9, 1936 The Wheaton College Expressions Music  Expression Classes to Present Recital 
December 9, 1936 Harold Lindsell Information  Two Train Loads of Students to Travel East for Holidays 
December 9, 1936 Student Council  News Student Council Passes Five Plans 
December 9, 1936 Miss Florence Music Miriam Chapman to Give Recital 
December 9, 1936 William Shakepeare Literature  Shakepeare Writes with Wheaton Campus as Locate 
December 9, 1936 Students Ask Questions News One Hundred, Forty Students Ask Membership in Societies 
December 9, 1936 Biola University  News Biola Students Hold Reunion, Last Saturday 
December 9, 1936 A Capella Chapel Choir Music  A Capella Choir Skate at Elgin, Saturday 
December 9, 1936 Paul Miller  Information Open Meeting Theme Secret; Knights Lead 
December 9, 1936 King Merriment Entertainment Friars Entertain at Betty's Tea Room  
December 9, 1936 Dr. Issch Shaur Information Premeds to Hear Dr. Isaac Schaur 
December 9, 1936 Christmas Party Entertainment Easgate Women Frolic in First Christmas Party 
December 9, 1936 Cooper's, 216 E. Union Entertainment Men at Cooper's Hold Party, Dec.5 
December 9, 1936 Coach Del nelson Sports Prep Hoopsters beat St. Albins In First Game  
December 9, 1936 President Buswell News President Buswell Visits Nearby States 
December 9, 1936 Spiritual Revival Short Comment  Let's Pray  
December 9, 1936 Basketball Season Sports Basketball Tickets 
December 9, 1936 The Record Information Opportunity 
December 9, 1936 Misunderstanding  Information An Explanation 
December 9, 1936 The Sentiment in This Country Short Comment Cosmic Significance 
December 9, 1936 A Hopeful View Short Comment The Message for Today 
December 9, 1936 A Tentative Constitution News Classic Forum to Ratify Laws 
December 9, 1936 Ed McCausland Information  Along the Sidelines 
December 9, 1936 Coach Louis News Frosh Matmen Hold Daily Workouts in Celt Hall; Need Men 
December 9, 1936 Pirates to test Walkermen Tomorrow Night in Gym News Orange Meets Elmhurst Here in league Opener 
December 9, 1936 John Thomas Sports Intramural Teams Play First Games; Profs Enter Team 
December 9, 1936 Three Returning Lettermen  Sports Orange Test Chicago Meet team, Dec. 12 
December 9, 1936 Gordon Timyan Sports Maroons Beat Orange on Midway Court 
December 9, 1936 Crusaders Start Early Sports Powell Leads Orange to Victory in First of Home Encounters 
December 9, 1936 Lewis, Beaver News Wenzel's Potato Pilers Vanquish Green Swishers 
December 9, 1936 future College Plans Might Include New Housing Idea Information Ohio States' Plan Suggests Development 
December 9, 1936 Women's Gym Coaches Pick All Star Soccer Team Sports All-Star Players Announced for Women Soccer 
December 9, 1936 Athletes Sports Nix-Nax 
December 9, 1936 Camera Club Short Comment Osborne to Show Pictures to Club 
December 9, 1936 Basketball Captain Tells Reporter of Long, Varied Athletic Career Sports Powell Advocates Plenty of Front, Bluff, Cuts 
December 16, 1936 Samuel Hugh, Moffett, Editor, Tells of New Sections, Economy Plans News Tower Heads Send Plates, Ponder Cover 
December 16, 1936 Professor Enock C. Dyrness and Mrs. Dyrness Short Comment Registrar Visits Southern Clime 
December 16, 1936 Brain Power Not Affected by Loss of Sleep News Scientific Tests Require No Sleep 
December 16, 1936 Airplane, Train, Car Are Available; Frohock, Lindsell Hold Debate with Debatter as Winner News Apporach of Christmas Vacation Finds College Agog Over Transportation Facilities and Grades 
December 16, 1936 Railroad Offer Attracts Students; Only One-Fourth Sign Up On Personnel List As Leaving News Approach of Christmas Vacation Finds College Agog Over Transportation Facilities and Grades 
December 16, 1936 League of Evangelical Students News League Officials Ponder Difficulty Of Teacher Lack 
December 16, 1936 Conservatory of Music Music Conservatory to Provide Classics 
December 16, 1936 james Rowland Angell Holds Change is Necessary to Save Republic News College President Advocates Replanning of Philantrophy 
December 16, 1936 Radio Messages, Nearby Chruches Occupy Dr. Buswell's Time News President to Travel, Speak 
December 16, 1936 Vesper Services News Conservatory, League Will Sponsor Recitals Sunday Afternoons 
December 16, 1936 Land of Our Lord News Dr. Free to Show Palestine Movies 
December 16, 1936 Charles J. Woodbridge Short Comment Missionary, Sing On Chapel List 
December 16, 1936 Social Science Group Invites New Members in Chapel News Pi Gamma Mu Invites New Membership 
December 16, 1936 Post Election Gossip News Department for Social Welfare is Capital Rumor 
December 16, 1936 Earnest Students Receive Approbation of Teachers; Law Course Most Popular News Capitol Night Students Include All Ages, Classes 
December 16, 1936 School Editors News School Editors Get Tips From Winthrop President 
December 16, 1936 Thomas Lindsay, Beltionian, Give Best Number of Evening's Entertainment as Audience Prefers Professor's Critique Literary Societies Open Meeting Portrays Yule Scene With English Motif For Pre-holiday Gathering 
December 16, 1936 Dr. Wallace Emerson Short Comment Dean to Write Two Books in California 
December 16, 1936 Williston Hall News Williston Hall Girls Entertain at Christmas Party 
December 16, 1936 Dr. Orrin E. Tiffany Short Comment Dr. Tiffany to Go To Historical Meet 
December 16, 1936 April Fool Article April Fool-- New Club 
December 16, 1936 Debaters Meet Morton in Non Decision Match News Academy to Hold Joint Lit Society meeting; Glee Club Sings 
December 16, 1936 Wheaton College Literary Society News Students from East Plan Lit Society Meeting on Train 
December 16, 1936 Soccer, Cross Country, Frosh Football Awards to Be Given Tomorrow Sports Twenty-eight Get Football Awards for '36 
December 16, 1936 Audience of Fourteen Hundred Attends Program; Anticipate Another News Record Crowd Hears Annual Messiah Sing 
December 16, 1936 Visit to "Toil Land" is Party for Women Guests News Bartlett Men Frolic, Dec. 12 
December 16, 1936 Students' Foreign Missions News Dorothy Walker Discloses Plans of Mission Group 
December 16, 1936 "Gus" News Gus Is Dead 
December 16, 1936 Wheaton College Broadcast News Academy Glee Club to give WMBI Hour Tomorrow, 3.30pm 
December 16, 1936 Co-Eds at Utah Defy Men But Kiss and Make Up News Kissing May Be Dangerous But Men Win 
December 16, 1936 Edited by Clint Youle Article Mostly Filler 
December 16, 1936 Walker's Wildcats Lead As Competition Drops In Finals Sports Four Unbeaten Teams Left in Intramurals 
December 16, 1936 Crusaders Sports Crusaders to Meet Milton Tonight 
December 16, 1936 Annual Round Robin Debate Tournament News 6 Students Take Debate Honors in Round-Robin 
December 16, 1936 Academy Basketballers Sports Academy Cagers Defeat St. Albin's In Return Game 
December 16, 1936 Women's Rifle Squad Sports Girls' Rifle Team Defeats Knox R.O.T.C 
December 16, 1936 Basketball Sports Oak Park Y.M.C.A Defeats Crusaders 29-23 on Saturday 
December 16, 1936 Volleyball Game Sports Nix-Nax 
December 16, 1936 Danish Gymnastics Sports W.A.A. Give Danish Gymnastic Program On Monday Evening 
December 16, 1936 True Worth of Christmas Article Christmas Spirit 
December 16, 1936 Missionary Stories Article A Missionary Message 
December 16, 1936 War In Spain, Wheaton's New Dorm, Crusaders Article The Student's Part 
December 16, 1936 Opinion of students Column Student Opinion 
December 16, 1936 John 16:24 Article The Message For Today 
December 16, 1936 Poetry Literature The Gay Gargoyle 
December 16, 1936 Sports News Sports Along the Sidelines 
December 16, 1936 Cultural Olympics Sports State University Sponsors College Culture Olympics 
December 16, 1936 Four Time Advantages, Forfeit Give Crusaders Advantage; Clader Shows Class; Captain Leads Team to Well Earned Victory over Big Ten Squad Sports Grapplers Trounce Chicago 17-15 Before Large Audience 
December 16, 1936 McCarrell, Nelson Star to Lead team to Initial League Win Sports Crusaders Beat Elmhurst, 35-24 
December 16, 1936 Spurt at Close Give Yearlings Game in Tight Encounter Sports Freshmen Top Sophs; Win Close Battle 
January 6, 1937 Harriet Northrop Music Conservatory League begin Vesper Service 
January 6, 1937 The Motor Book Bindery News  Motor Bindery Returns After Wisconsin Trip 
January 6, 1937 Mr Delburt Nelson News  Tower Head Works on Cut Layouts, Coming Concert 
January 6, 1937 J. Gresham Machen News  Scholar, Churchman Dies of Pneumonia 
January 6, 1937 Emily Miller, John Shearer, Prof. William Boldt Are Stars in Performance  News  Psyc Class's Frivolities Give Head Writer Another Headache 
January 6, 1937 Dr. George H. Smith Article  Grand Old Man of Wheaton Athlethics' Passes Peacefully 
January 6, 1937 Mr. Robert P. Doremus Article Does Courtesy Pay? 
January 6, 1937 Hebrews 1:1 Article  The Message for Today 
January 6, 1937 Altlas Gets Benefit Of Morden Improvement Article  The Gay Gargoyle 
January 6, 1937 Carl F. H Henry Poetry 'Call of East' Is Topic For Eastern Trip 
January 6, 1937 George Dasch Music  Recitals, Concert Rounds Out Music Card For January 
January 6, 1937 Eleanor Gustafson News  Centonian Lit Has 'Hash' for theme  
January 6, 1937 Cy Luckman News  College Students Hold Party For Grove Proteges 
January 6, 1937 Chicago Blackhawks versus The Detriot Redwing Sports Hockey Contest Draws Students to Chicago 
January 6, 1937 Peter Stam Music Seven Conservatory Profs Attend Meet 
January 6, 1937 Carl F. H Henry News  Tower Observes Lay Plans For Staff, Art work  
January 6, 1937 President Buswell, Mr Stam Defeat Mr. Kilby, Dr. Eavey, at Party News  College, Conservatory Heads Vanquish Personnel Officers  
January 6, 1937 Newest College Building Is Scene of Festivity Over Holidays  News  New Domers Hold Parties In Vacation 
January 6, 1937 Ed McCausland  Sports  Along The Sidelines  
January 6, 1937 Frances Witlock Music  Coed Trio To Play Over WMBI In College Program 
January 6, 1937 Stanley Hrudka  News  Two Smashups Mar Holidays  
January 6, 1937 Orange Seeks To Avenge Former Defeat By Powerful Oak Parkers In Local Gymnasium Sports  Crusaders Meet Oak Park 'Y' Saturday, Shurtleff Monday 
January 6, 1937 Gordon Timyan Sports  Wheaton's Hoop Team Beats Milton 50-12 
January 6, 1937 Jim McDonald  Sports  Crusaders Win Fourth Game From Milwaukee 
January 6, 1937 Gordon Timyan  Sports  With The Little "19" 
January 6, 1937 Louie Gehr Sports  Orange Matmen To Try Chicago Saturday Night  
January 6, 1937 Blanche Anderson Sports  NIX-Nax 
January 13, 1937 Tower of '38 Will Present Artist in Second of Concerts News Alberto Salvi, Famed harpist, To Play, Feb. 6 
January 13, 1937 Dean Wallace Emerson News Dean Emerson Tells Of Rules Infractions In Other Colleges 
January 13, 1937 The Forensic Union News Forensic Union Plans Coed Trip 
January 13, 1937 Chalmers Sherwin News Sherwin to Direct League Activities In Next Semester 
January 13, 1937 Campus Literary Societies News Journalistic Group To Publish Booklet Of Best Lit Numbers 
January 13, 1937 Chicago Art Institute News Art Classes to See Foreign Paintings 
January 13, 1937 Wheaton College Conservatory Music Conservatory Will Present Program 
January 13, 1937 League of Evangelical Students News Nebraska League Chapter Tells of Growth, Inspiration 
January 13, 1937 Dining Hall of the New Dormitory News Maple Table Resist Heat in New Hall 
January 13, 1937 New Member of King's Witness Gospel Team News William Forbes Chosen by Team 
January 13, 1937 Roger McShane, Thomas Lindsay, Kenneth Taylor News Three Men Speakers Tour Middle States 
January 13, 1937 Program of City Business Men to Include College Students News Radio Rally Will Attract Wheatonites 
January 13, 1937 Newly Purchased White House News College Purchases House for Speech, Art Departments 
January 13, 1937 12 New Courses News College to Offer 12 New Courses 
January 13, 1937 Alpha Delta Journalistic Society Article Literary Publication 
January 13, 1937 Weekly Vesper Services Article Vesper Services 
January 13, 1937 Any Contact In Which A Student May Have With A Professor, Outside of Necessity Article Apple Polishing 
January 13, 1937 Opinion of Students Column Student Opinion 
January 13, 1937 God's Work, Blessing From Calamity, A Flower Revives, Without Carefulness Article The Message For Today 
January 13, 1937 Humor, Religious, Quips, Friendship, Daily Walk Section Column The Gay Gargoyle 
January 13, 1937 Women Content Selves at Home as Men Institute Innovation News Men's Societies Exchange Lit Programs, This Friday 
January 13, 1937 Ann Beckley, Barbare Boyes Direct Activities of 56 Juniors News Juniors Flop, Feast at Rink Last Saturday 
January 13, 1937 Little Symphony Orchestra Music Dasch to Direct Orchestra Debut Tomorrow Night 
January 13, 1937 Sports From The Sidelines News Along The Sidelines 
January 13, 1937 Orange Cagers Defeat Oak Park Y.M.C.A. 45-26 Saturday; Shurtleff Beats Crusaders 36-33 in Fast Game; Yearlings Trounce Oak Park "Y" Scrubs Sports Wheaton Has .625 Average Following Oak Park Win, Shurtleff Overtime Defeat 
January 13, 1937 Wrestling Sports U. of Chicago Beats Wheaton Grapplers To Avenge Defeat 
January 13, 1937 Crusader Matmen Sports Crusaders to Meet Third Big 10 Team Saturday, at Home 
January 13, 1937 Wheaton Matmen Sports Orange Grapplers Try North Central In Gym Tonight 
January 13, 1937 Annual Football "Stag" Banquet Sports Stag to Hear One Half of "Me and Paul" 
January 20, 1937 Sportsmanship Sports Sportsmanship 
January 20, 1937 Griping  Article  Eloquence of Griping 
January 20, 1937 Robert Mulligan  Article  A Message for Today 
January 20, 1937 Roger Mc Shane  Article  As I see it 
January 20, 1937 Carl F. H. Henry Article  The Gay Gargoyle 
January 20, 1937 Lit Reveal More Additions To Rolls News  Societies to Elect Officers Friday 
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