Index to The Record, 1943 (December)-1944 (May)


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December 9 , 1943 Poll Survey  News Poll survey recital Friday; Lits Entertain 
December 30 , 1943 New Year Watch night service News School Prays New Year In At Watchnight Service  
December 30 , 1943 Rev. Mr. Christian L. Eicher News FMF sees movies; C.L. Eicher Speaks 
December 30 , 1943 Pvt. Arthur Pierce Information Barracks Notes 
December 30 , 1943 Warner Brown  News Chewer Chastened for needless expense to remove " Rubber" 
December 30 , 1943 Who's Who Information Who's Who places Twenty - Four Wheatonites 
December 30 , 1943 Dr. Edman  News Edman Speaks during Holiday 
December 30 , 1943 Chicago Hebrew Mission News Group provides program for neighboring church  
December 30 , 1943 Class Jackets News Juniors pick Brown for class jackets  
December 30 , 1943 Mildred Pearson News Collegiates avoid bent; soldiers are patients. 
December 30 , 1943 Military Christmas party  News Campus has civilian, military christmas party 
December 30 , 1943 Pattern of peace Article Peace or Pieces? ..... 
December 30 , 1943 Moser, ex- ' 46 Column Gas Attack .... 
December 30 , 1943 Service Stars Column Bright rays from services stars... 
December 30 , 1943 Note to editor Column From the Mailbox.... 
December 30 , 1943 Baseball team Sports Cagers conquer cards, 46-43; quint seeks second Joliet trim 
December 30 , 1943 Harry Albus News Guiana pre- medic Hankers for snow; to enroll on Feb.  
December 30 , 1943 Baseball team Sports Coraymen Trek to J.C. campus for Promising Crowd - Thriller 
December 30 , 1943 Elisabeth Fletcher News Wheatonites regularly stand by for starting signal, " on the Air"  
January 6 , 1944 Chaplian Gearge S. Harper  News Chaplain Harper speaks of work with prisoners 
January 6 , 1944 Mary Curtis  News Interview reveals opinion on is students - ASTP Board 
January 6 , 1944 Prayer Meeting  Announcement Jean Maxwell leads Jan.11 prayer meet 
January 6 , 1944 Watchnight prayer News Quartette sings for watchnight at Buffalo tab 
January 6 , 1944 Bill Raws News Sophs Elect Raws President  
January 6 , 1944 Professor Dyrness  News Housing worries swamp registrar 
January 6 , 1944 Marjorie Jones News Council Consider New Social Board 
January 6 , 1944 Mr. Charles H. Troutman News Trustee dies; college mourns Charles Troutman 
January 6 , 1944 Margaret Tallakson  News Concert to features Coloratura soloist 
January 6 , 1944 President V. Raymond Edman  Information Dr. Edman journeys to Indiana , Ohio 
January 6 , 1944 Mildred Pearson  News Going, Going, Gone; Auction to rid lost articles  
January 6 , 1944 Basketball Sports Crusaders score over Rams; Paynter leads 46- 37 Win  
January 6 , 1944 Wrestling Team News Matmen face heavy schedule  
January 6 , 1944 Basket ball team Sports ASTP Cagers play other services teams in ensuing Month  
January 6 , 1944 Hand ball team Sports Men May enter handball contest  
January 6 , 1944 Basketball team Sports Hoopsters to play four matches next week 
January 6 , 1944 Bowling Tourney Sports School to have Bowling tourney  
January 6 , 1944 Hi- Skool Article Reminders of Hi- Skool..... 
January 6 , 1944 Faye Schwitters  Column Do you remember? 
January 6 , 1944 World news News Exchanges ..... 
January 6 , 1944 Frances Ridley Havergal Column Another milestone..... 
January 6 , 1944 Myron Wheeler Column Communique  
January 6 , 1944 Sally Rogers Article  A Glimpse at the Lits  
January 6 , 1944 Vacation Column Vacation Recuperation..... 
January 6 , 1944 Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Morris  News MBI group plans progressive meal at four homes  
January 6 , 1944 Dr. Groom  News Recital opens 1944 series for conservatory  
January 6 , 1944 Prep Talk  News Prep Talk  
January 6 , 1944 Mr. R. Sheldon Toon News Toon discusses civil service 
January 6 , 1944 Mrs. Mignon B. Mackenzie  News Luncheon to welcome new faculty women 
January 6 , 1944 Basketball team  Sports  ASTP Cagers sink Wheaton Hardware  
January 6 , 1944 Relaxation  Information Internationals plan outdoor relaxation  
January 6 , 1944 Miss Lois Theissen  Sports  Poineer Guides meet commander Thiessen  
January 13 , 1944 Inter American affairs  News Wheaton enters National Contest on Pan - America 
January 13 , 1944 Mrs. Smith and Miss Cowan News Delegates seek remedy for housing problem  
January 13 , 1944 H. William Nordin  Information Sing " Creation" on Palm Sunday  
January 13 , 1944 Building goal at $ 20,000 News  Student pledges open fund drive  
January 13 , 1944 Stanley Taylor  News Need Volunteers to fill prayer wheel 
January 13 , 1944 Christian Council News Council sponsors Gospel Meetings 
January 13 , 1944 LaVerne Rutschman & Howie Hendricks Information Rutschman, Hendricks Lead Praise and Prayer 
January 13 , 1944 Palm Sunday Information Sing "Creation" On Palm Sunday 
January 13 , 1944 Vocal Music Program Information Afternoon Interlude Stars Music Students 
January 13 , 1944 Plumb Studios Information Building Goal at $ 20,000 To Be Promised by Jan, 21 
January 13 , 1944 Public Affairs Forum Information Feature "India" In Student Forum 
January 13 , 1944 Upper Chapel After-Lit Concert Information Orchestra Takes Spotlight Friday In After-Lit 
January 13 , 1944 Cam Paining Again ...  Column Cam Paining Again 
January 13 , 1944 Letter to The Stantor Column Exchange 
January 13 , 1944 M. Geiger Column Chicago White 
January 13 , 1944 Bobbe Hackman Column No Man's Land 
January 13 , 1944 Sally Rogers Column Lit Hi-Lites ... 
January 13 , 1944 Social Misfits Column Social Misfits, Take Heed! 
January 13 , 1944 Myron Wheeler Column Communique 
January 13 , 1944 Don Johnson Column Wheaton Bows To DeKalb; North Central Loses, 57-31 
January 13 , 1944 Academy, North Park, Ice Nets Sports Academy Loses Fourth; NorthPark Wins 29-25; Ice Nets 10 Points 
January 13 , 1944 Wrestling Sports Grapplers Invade Big Ten Realm; Meet Bloomington, Purdue 
January 13 , 1944 Football Sports Crusaders Play Three Contests 
January 13 , 1944 Wrestling Sports Wheaton Matmen Yield Meet, 17-15 
January 13 , 1944 Student Opinions on New Lits Column More Lits For Wheaton? Consensus Says "NO!" 
January 13 , 1944 Prep Talk ...  Column Prep Talk ... 
January 13 , 1944 V. Raymond Edman Column Prexy Treks; Guests Speak 
January 20 , 1944 Wheaton College Academy Service Flag News College Adds Four New Stars To Chapel Flag 
January 20 , 1944 Jim Burgess Information Burgess Leads Service; Vocalists Provide Duet 
January 20 , 1944 Florence Beabout Column Students Use Graphic Displays To Teach Bible 
January 20 , 1944 Bookstore Screen Information New Bookstore Screens Signify "Get Out!" 
January 20 , 1944 Fae Vipond News College Honors Memory of Classmate Fae Vipond 
January 20 , 1944 Swell Folks Column South Classes Grads As "Swell" 
January 20 , 1944 Sherman Roddy News Tower Receives Order To Reduce Production 
January 20 , 1944 Duo Recital Information Pianists Present Varied Numbers in Duo Recital 
January 20 , 1944 Finals Column Rover Unearths Cramming Styles For Final Daze 
January 20 , 1944 What is the Point of Education? Column Disinterest? Disaster! Condition of Times Challenges Wheaton 
January 20 , 1944 M.G. Tribute to Fae Vipond Column Tribute 
January 20 , 1944 Exam Period Column Have You Lost Something? Well, What About It? 
January 20 , 1944 Communique ... Column Communique ...  
January 20 , 1944  Football Sports Crusaders Top Jays, 55-35; Paynter Continues To Score 
January 20 , 1944 Wrestling Sports Wheaton Matmen Fight Indiana State, Purdue; Brooks Wins Two Bouts 
January 20 , 1944 Fifth game Sports Academy Loses; Todd Wins Games: Scott, Hansen High 
January 20 , 1944 Intramural Basketball season Sports Intramurals Open; Cagers Play Ball 
January 20 , 1944 A Wheaton couple Information Severe Opposition Faces Missionaries In Columbia 
January 20 , 1944 Academy W Club News Prep Notes ... 
January 20 , 1944 Met a strong team Sports Boilermakers Prove Tough Mat Opponents (Continued from page 3) 
January 20 , 1944 Lots of sleep Information Don't Cram, Sleep! Say Wheaton Students (Continued from front page) 
January 27 , 1944 Listened to Cecil Dye News Request Prayer For Dye Party Lost In Bolivia 
January 27 , 1944 Exhibit is on display News Exhibit Portrays Nature Speciments In Local Window (Continued on page 2) 
January 27 , 1944 Editorial  Column Editorial ... 
January 27 , 1944 Dinner to be held Announcement Annual Faculty Dinner Takes 'Unity' Theme 
January 27 , 1944 Banquet will be held Announcement Banquet Honors Undefeated Team At Aurora, ILL 
January 27 , 1944 Elected new officers News Lits Acquire New Officers For Next Semester 
January 27 , 1944 Prayer meeting Information Peter McKnight Leads Student Prayer Meeting 
January 27 , 1944 Mid-Year Convocation in January Announcement College, Army, Academy, Grant Certificates 
January 27 , 1944 Sophmore Class Party Announcement Sophs To Celebrate With Class Festivities 
January 27 , 1944 Oral interpretation students (with Miss Florence E. Cobb) recital tonight Announcement Humor Brings Exam Diversion In Oral Recital 
January 27 , 1944 Crusaders lose against University of Illinois 28-10 Sports Illinois Deals Crusaders Third Big Ten Defeat 
January 27 , 1944 Gerhard Poppinga scored 8 points for Wildcats, Wheaton outplayed Sports Latin Swamps Wildcats 45-20 
January 27 , 1944 Sophs To Celebrate With Class Festivities Announcement Business To Close Soph Class Party (continued from front page) 
January 27 , 1944 Exhibit Portrays Nature Specimens In Local Window News Display Includes Human Torso; Students Prepare Cloth Charts (continued from front page) 
January 27 , 1944 Poem by Margaret J. McNaughton Column Influenza Appreciated 
January 27 , 1944 Civilian-Army Committee Prepares to Function News Civilian-Army Board (continued from front page) 
January 27 , 1944 Wheaton Civilian-ASTP board preparations News Civilian-Army Committee Prepares to Function (Continued on page 2) 
February 3 , 1944 Film showing the victory of the British Eighth Army at El Alamein Announcement War Board Film "Desert Victory" Shown After Lit 
February 3 , 1944 Harold Fiess '39 joins the faculty News Alumnus Fiess Returns As Chem Instructor 
February 3 , 1944 Third Tower concert postponed Announcement Curtis Quartet Concert Changed to March 11 
February 3 , 1944 Miss Mildred Reeby to marry Dunkin M. Thomson Announcement Miss Reeby Goes West To Marry 
February 3 , 1944 Dr. Clarence L. Nystrom and debaters go to Northwestern for practice matches News Forensic Team To Northwestern 
February 3 , 1944 Miss Ada Rury reports no hospitalized influenza cases News Infirmary Business Slim; Flu Epidemic Abated 
February 3 , 1944 Washington Banquet to be held off-campus Announcement Annual Banquet Commemorates Father of Nation 
February 3 , 1944 Foreign Missions Fellowship elects second semester officers and has missionary speak News Madeira Heads Official FMF Slate; Author Speaks 
February 3 , 1944 Samuel Louis Whitten Obituary In Memoriam 
February 3 , 1944 Wheaton's semi-annual evangelistic service Announcement Dr. Paul Rees To Speak At Evangelistic Services 
February 3 , 1944 Glee clubs on mid-semster tour News Choristers Tour Adjacent States Mid-Semester 
February 3 , 1944 Dr. O Fritiof Ander will lecture this Saturday on "The Future of Scandanavia" Announcement Forum Lecturer Predicts Future of Native Sweden 
February 3 , 1944 Need for students to be involved in student government Column Cutting Remarks 
February 3 , 1944 Study by Kenneth M. Peterson (Ohio State University) shows students can do more than is required of them Column They're Doing It 
February 3 , 1944 Selected quotations from Mary Beth Engstrom and Charles G. Finney Column Is Prayer Your Garden? 
February 3 , 1944 Lucille Knotts Column Lit Hi-Lights ... 
February 3 , 1944 Bobbie Hackman Column No Man's Land 
February 3 , 1944 Communique Column Communique ... 
February 3 , 1944 Improvement Information On Unlimited Cuts ... 
February 3 , 1944 Bill Cordes Column Matmen Beat Normal 36-0 In Initial Wheaton Victory 
February 3 , 1944 Wheaton Crusaders Sports Navy Succumbs To Cager Siege Under Paynter 
February 3 , 1944 The Academy Wildcat Sports Wildcats 'B' Team Defeats Christians For First Victory 
February 3 , 1944 Academy Alumni Sports Alumni Down Prep Varsity; Play Sailors 
February 3 , 1944 Academy varsity Wildcats Sports Academy Seeks Scalps From Parker Quints 
February 3 , 1944 Wrestling team Sports Return Match Disastrous In Tech Bouts 
February 3 , 1944 Leap Year Poem Leap Year 
February 3 , 1944 Wheaton team Sports Norbeck Injured; Paynter Awaits Call From Navy (Continued from page 3) 
February 3 , 1944 Replaced Miss Myrra Koppin News Miss Koppin Becomes Next Secretarial Head 
February 3 , 1944  Ebersole Sports Ebersole Wins Laurels Bucketing 13 points (Continued from page 3) 
February 3 , 1944 New Students News Prep Talk ... 
February 10,1944 Rees Picture Rees divulges life story  
February 10,1944 Dr. Paul Rees News Evangelist stirs campus with challenging messages  
February 10,1944 Freshman class party  News " Frosh Frolic" entertainment headed by Lewis  
February 10,1944 Army- Navy Tests  News Army- Navy tests qualify men 
February 10,1944 Glee Club  News Glee Club awaits Canadian Trip Fun, friends 
February 10,1944 Mr. John Johnson Rogers News Promise perfect evening to Washington banqueters 
February 10,1944 Bonnie McCulloch  News Recital features varied program 
February 10,1944 Wheaton cadet traning corps News Cadets resume basical training, take Rifle course 
February 10,1944 Prof. Clarence L. Nystrom  News Nystrom, White Convoy eight Wheaton Debators to Wisconsin Tourney  
February 10,1944 Kenneth Brand  Information Prayer Meeting  
February 10,1944 Annual Faculty Banquet News Pot- Luck replaces annual faculty banquet  
February 10,1944 What Price Quality ..... Article  What Price Quality ...... 
February 10,1944 Student council presentation Article  All Out for unlimited cuts, says Wheaton consensus 
February 10,1944 Katherine Chase Shapleigh Poem Adoration 
February 10,1944 Seynt Valentyne  Information Seynt Valentyne says time to love 
February 10,1944 Sports article  Sports No Man's Land  
February 10,1944 Prep Talk  News Prep Talk  
February 10,1944 Communique  News Communique 
February 10,1944 Corky to Herb Column A Lady Slipper 
February 10,1944 Basket ball team Sports Crusaders Contest Lutherans Navy Boys Lead 33- 28  
February 10,1944 Basket ball team Sports  Academy Yields 24 - 20; Parkers takes victory ; co- captains score 
February 10,1944 Wrestling team Sports Grapplers Bow; Navy Pier Wins  
February 10,1944 Heavy Weight Championship Sports Matmen Trounced 22- 8 meet George Williams in coming Bout  
February 10,1944 Basket ball team Sports Teachers Visits Wheaton Cagers 
February 10,1944 Margaret Geiger and Twaila Doutt News Bandits, Savages, Japs met by Evangelist on World 1 our 
February 10,1944 Dr. Wilbur M. Smith News Smith discussed new Apologetics  
February 10,1944 Dr. Effie Jane  Information Choose Advisor at Frosh Meet  
February 10,1944 Jean Dryden News Jean Dryden Wins recital contest in Hymn Playing 
February 17,1944 Campus Talent News " Martha's Memoirs" highlights weekend  
February 17,1944 Wheaton Enrollment  News Girls lead men in enrollment  
February 17,1944 St. Andrew's Country club News Soft Lights, Music in elegant style for banqueteers  
February 17,1944 Dr.V. Raymond Edman News  Reveal pledge for building fund 
February 17,1944 Dean Corinne R. Smith  News 60 New Girls meet campus leaders at Tea 
February 17,1944 Inter - Church council News Cite advantage if attending Sunday school 
February 17,1944 Verne Fletcher  Information Fletcher leads songs for prayer meeting  
February 17,1944 Barbara Lewis  Article Know Josephine? " Griggy's" pet on Anthropology  
February 17,1944 Paul S. Hayward News Grad Killed in crash twelfth Gold star 
February 17,1944 Studes highlighted Chapel News Studes highlighted chapel with Musical talent 
February 17,1944 Washington's Honesty Column Washington's Honesty Harasses Modern Girls 
February 17,1944 Philalethean literary society Information Ambitious Phils glorify chapel with clean walls 
February 17,1944 Dr. S. Richey Kamm  News Kamm addresses Pi Gamma Meet 
February 17,1944 Frances Frates News Spanish Students Organize Club  
February 17,1944 Lucille Knotts  Information Backward Glance reveals Banquet not so traditional  
February 17,1944 Student War Board News SWB aims to speed Victory by weekly sale  
February 17,1944 Washington Banquet  Column Always Wheaton 
February 17,1944 Marie James Article  Symbolism 
February 17,1944 Old Shoe Poem For Better or For Verse  
February 17,1944 Prep Talk  Information Prep Talk...... 
February 17,1944 War Minded Schools  Column Exchange  
February 17,1944 Westmont Opinions  Column Exchange  
February 17,1944 Linguistics problem Column Exchange  
February 17,1944 Prescott Williams  Column They Who are scattered  
February 17,1944 Daniel  Column From there  
February 17,1944 Wally Frost  Poem The Tower Bell's A Ringin' 
February 17,1944 Dr. Paul Rees  Information Chapel Games 
February 17,1944 Communique  News Communique  
February 17,1944 Basket ball team Sports Wildcats seek Weekend Wins In Final Stage  
February 17,1944 Basket ball league  Sports  Freshman Trail Gridder's Game in intermurals  
February 17,1944 Coach Bob Foster Sports Academy Blazes new trails to victory  
February 17,1944 Soccer Team  Sports Soccer team elects captain, Managers  
February 17,1944 Dick Hills and Bill Ward Sports Crusaders Swamp Teachers Paynter Maintains Average  
February 17,1944 Captain Dave Paynter  Sports Expect close tilt in North Shore Meet  
February 17,1944 Rifle team Sports Rifling attracts Frosh, W. C. T. C  
February 17,1944 Elaine Chesnut  Information Orchestra Hall Beckons; Music lovers attend  
February 17,1944 Lee Lewis  Information  Frosh Festivate with First Party  
February 17,1944 Martha Loock  News WAA Initiates Face Blitz 
February 17,1944 Basket ball team Sports Payntner paces Hoop Season, Breaks Records 
February 24, 1944 John Babian Information Prayer Meeting 
February 24,1944 Organ Recitals Information Sunday Organ Vespers Star Groom As Soloist 
February 24,1944 Washingon Banquet News Festive Program Stirs Patriotic Response 
February 24,1944 Charles P. Colver & Myers Harrison Information Chapel Speakers Hail From Foreign Lands 
February 24,1944 Lew Sarett Information Lew Sarett To Read Original Poetry Here 
February 24,1944 Howard Z. Cleveland Information Cleveland Discusses Council of Churches 
February 24,1944 Tower of '44 Information 'No Book' Rumors False, Says Roddy 
February 24,1944 Student Council Column Council Proposal 
February 24,1944 Bill Standridge Column Exiled Senator Pleads Cause of Fatherland 
February 24,1944 Conservatory Music Information Music Pupils Present Evening Chapel Recital 
February 24,1944 Monthly Recital Information Speech Program Offers Drama, Humor, Verse 
February 24,1944 Revision of Attendance System News Students, Faculty Concur On Upperclassmen Cuts 
February 24,1944 Civilian ASTP Information ASTP, Students Unite For Spree 
February 24,1944 Post Office Information P.O. Service Gets Plenty of Gripes 
February 24,1944 Sunday Upper Chapel Information Plan Singspiration For College Family 
February 24,1944 Student War Board Information Movie Release Portrays Munda, Rendova Battles 
February 24,1944 Illinois Collegiate Press Association Convention Information Journalists To Attend Weekend Conference 
February 24,1944 Daniel Column And The Cuts Came ... 
February 24,1944 From Here ...  Column From Here ...  
February 24,1944 Carol Echo Column Quotes .... 
February 24,1944 Howard Philips Column Missing .... 
February 24,1944 WAA News No Man's Land 
February 24,1944 Raymond H. Saxe Column Editor's Mailbox 
February 24,1944 Final Exams Grades Column Grades Overemphasized? 
February 24,1944 Communique Column Communique 
February 24,1944 Marian Bulander Column Friday Features ...  
February 24,1944 Football Sports Crusaders Defeat chefs, 39-36, End Home Season 
February 24,1944 Basketball Sports Paynter, Team Set New Markets In Game 
February 24,1944 Carl De Vries Sports Shadduck Pilots '44 Track Team 
February 24,1944 Elmer Dingfield Column Through The Sportroscope 
February 24,1944 Wildcats Vs Concordia Sports Wildcats Lose In Tournament 
February 24,1944 Basketball Sports Wheaton Cagers Face Concordia 
February 24,1944 Paul G. Culley News Culley Visualizes Practical Training For Missionaries 
February 24,1944 Prep Talk ...  Column Prep Talk ...  
March 2, 1944 Official releases form the publicity department News New Plan Increases Tuition Abolishes Activity Free 
March 2, 1944 Paul Stam Information Wheatonites Enter Moody Quiz Contest 
March 2, 1944 Mary Lou Loomis News Organize New Club In Home Economics 
March 2, 1944 Professor Fred B. Gerstung Sports Hoopsters Dine In Dorm Style 
March 2, 1944 Dr. A. B. Jones News Dr. A. B. Jones Named College Physician 
March 2, 1944 Gospel Teams Information Gospel Teams Travel To Evanston, Chicago For Church Services 
March 2, 1944 Patricia Cristy News RECORD Heads See Illinois U. At Press Meet 
March 2, 1944 Curtis String Quartette News Draft Catches Quartet; Gordon Four Saves Day 
March 2, 1944 Irene Totten Information Prayer Meeting... 
March 2, 1944 Lew Sarett News Artist Paints Oral Pictures From Unique Background 
March 2, 1944 John E. Mitchell Jr. News Trustees Elect Texan To Board 
March 2, 1944 All-School Party News Discontinue Plans For All-School Party 
March 2, 1944 ASTP News ASTP Disbandment Remains Speculative 
March 2, 1944 Alma Mater Information Forward, March! . . .  
March 2, 1944 G.G. Information Aftermath. . . 
March 2, 1944 Marian Bulander Column Friday Features . . . 
March 2, 1944 Howard Phillips Poem Dost Limit The Power Of God? 
March 2, 1944 T. M. B. Information Editors Mailbox . . . 
March 2, 1944 Mt. Pleasant News Communique . . 
March 2, 1944 Bobbe Hackman Column No Man's Land 
March 2, 1944 Harry Albus Column Personasketch . . 
March 2, 1944 Daniel Column From Here . . . 
March 2, 1944 Basketball team  Sports Crusaders down Concordia, 51-46 for 16th win 
March 2, 1944 Elmer Springfield  Sports Through the Sportroscope 
March 2, 1944 Baseball season Sports Four vets vie for '44 Nine  
March 2, 1944 Baseball team Sports Cagers conclude record season 
March 2, 1944 Track Squad  Sports Thinclads Vie at Napeville 
March 2, 1944  Margaret McNaughton  News Wheatonites get " running " view of hospital 
March 2, 1944 Fred Atkinson Information Prep Talk . . . 
March 9, 1944 The Student War Board News Moon's Colored Movies Depict Spiritual Side Of World Conflict 
March 9, 1944 Wheaton Women's Christian Temperance Union News Orators To Compete For WCTU Medal 
March 9, 1944 The Women's Glee Club  Information Glee Club To Sing For Wheaton Day 
March 9, 1944 Senior Scholars News Senior Scholars Win Class Cup 
March 9, 1944 Mrs. Harold News Lois Bodle To Present "Smilin' Through" 
March 9, 1944 Moody Quiz contest Information Wheaton Rates Second In Quiz Contest 
March 9, 1944 Prayer Meeting Information Prayer Meeting . . . 
March 9, 1944 Pi Kappa Delta News Debaters Compete In State Tourney 
March 9, 1944 ASTP Information Army Inaugurates ASTP For 17-year Olds 
March 9, 1944 Miss Mildred C. Reeby Information Miss Reeby Becomes Bride Of Cpl. Thompson 
March 9, 1944 The Gordon String Quartet News Ensemble Concert Features Popular Chamber Music 
March 9, 1944 Paul Stam Information Council Sponsors Panel To Consider Activities 
March 9, 1944 Chicago Christian High School News Program To Feature Chicago Choral Group 
March 9, 1944 Dr. Fritiof Ander lectures on Sweden's International Status Editorial Who's Blind?... 
March 9, 1944 Marian Bulander Editorial Friday Features... 
March 9, 1944 M. Geiger Editorial  I ask you... 
March 9, 1944 School Senior reecalls war times Editorial Desterhaft Describes two years spent in Japanese Concentration camp. 
March 9, 1944 Ruth E. Mall Editorial Rovy... 
March 9, 1944 School Improvements and news Editorial From Here... 
March 9, 1944 Dr. V. Raymond Edman Editorial Communique... 
March 9, 1944 Judge Frank Earl Herrick Editorial Lew Sarret 
March 9, 1944 Wheaton Track-men ceded. Sports Redbird thinclads down Crusaders 
March 9, 1944 Elmer Dingfield Sports Through the... Sportroscope 
March 9, 1944 Hoopsmen win final apperance of the season. Sports ASTP Hoopsmen Win Two Tilts 
March 9, 1944 Double-header basketball. Sports Lit Basketball teams meet Tuesday night. 
March 9, 1944 Standings to date Sports Gridders, Frosh Lead Intramural Loop 
March 9, 1944 Basketball team annual banquet News Ward To Captain '44 - '45 Cagers 
March 9, 1944 Sarett argues beauty in nature makes life worthwhile News Sarett Protests Cynical Trends In Literature 
March 9, 1944 Christian council tries to stimulate prayer News Encourages Prayer With New Calendar 
March 9, 1944 Dr. Darien A. Straw, former prof. of rhetoric and logic, remembered on his birthday for service Column Dr. Straw Completes 87 Years Of Living To Serve Mankind 
March 9, 1944 Choir To Make 1000 Mile Tour In Four States Announcement Chapel Choir 
March 9, 1944 Mrs. H. William Nordin Announcement Choir To Make 1000 Mile Tour In Four States 
March 9, 1944 Annual Stunt [sic] Night features impersonations News Prep Talk 
March 9, 1944 Dr. A. B. Jones is acting physician to the ASTP and has not been named college physician as was stated in last week's RECORD Information Correction 
March 9, 1944 Rev. Harold P. Warren to come for evangelistic service Announcement Evangelist Returns For Special Services 
March 16, 1944 Rev. Cecil R. Thomas  News Missionary rally begins today  
March 16, 1944 Captain Andrew B. Esser  News ASTP awaits further orders for liqudation 
March 16, 1944 Lillian Knautz News Lillian Knantz to give concert  
March 16, 1944 Al Shadduck  News Shadduck takes over as tower observer 
March 16, 1944 Vivienne Bloomquist  Announcement  Prayer Meeting  
March 16, 1944 Dorothy Rensch  News Debaters earn tourney honors 
March 16, 1944 Roy Riviere  Announcement  College family gathers for Sunday Hymns sing  
March 16, 1944 Marjorie Jacobson News Literary societies plan joint chapel program  
March 16, 1944 Mrs. Harold Bodle  News Lois Bodle to read witty play for Senior speech recital  
March 16, 1944 Prayer Day  News Wednesday set for prayer day 
March 16, 1944 Alexander Kerensky  News Democratic champion to speak on Russia  
March 16, 1944 Annual Home Concert News Chapel choir returns to sing for Wheaton  
March 16, 1944 Student War Board  News SWB urges students to join Red Cross  
March 16, 1944 News reels  Editorial  Reeling News 
March 16, 1944 Marian Bulander  Editorial  Friday Features 
March 16, 1944 Marian Bulander  Poem  Fear Dispelled  
March 16, 1944 Gwen Gardner  Editorial  Voice of Candor  
March 16, 1944 Elisabeth Fletcher  Editorial  Personasketch  
March 16, 1944  Tower Concert management  News String Quartet brings diversity  
March 16, 1944 Faye Schwitters  Editorial  Communique  
March 16, 1944 Lt. Wayne Crawford  Editorial  In Memoriam  
March 16, 1944 Elmer Dingfield  Sports  Through the Sportroscope  
March 16, 1944 Daniel  Editorial  From Here.... 
March 16, 1944 Wrestling Team Sports  Wrestlers Dine at North Hall  
March 16, 1944 Basketball team  Sports Belts, celts win Lit cage Tilts 
March 16, 1944 Vesper Recital  Announcement  Musicians Give Vesper Recital  
March 16, 1944 Elwood Wylie  Information Students travel to Youth rallies  
March 16, 1944 Dr. V. Raymond Edman  News Welcome Edman for sunday meetings  
March 16, 1944 P.K's - Preachers Kids  News " P. K's" unite for fellowship  
March 16, 1944 Miss Florence E. Cobb News 17- year old bows celebrate with food  
March 16, 1944 Dr. Harold Feis  News Chemists hear Fiess discuss research topic 
March 16, 1944 Dr. H.C. Thiessen  News Theissen to preach for former students  
March 23, 1944 Post-War Buildings News Evolve Plan For Quadrangle of Post-War Buildings 
March 23, 1944 Samuel A. Yoder News Dr. Yoder To Aid War Refugees 
March 23, 1944 Mrs Ethel Marshall Information Home Ec. Club Hears County Home Adviser 
March 23, 1944 Palm Sunday Information Community Chorus Presents "The Creation" 
March 23, 1944 Pi Kappa Delta Information Pi Kappa To Compete For Oratorical Honors 
March 23, 1944 Paul Stam Information Prayer Meeting ... 
March 23, 1944 Junior Recital Information Junior Pianists Unite To Give Organ-Piano Duo 
March 23, 1944 Recitals, Speech Department Information Seniors To Fill Oral Calendar 
March 23, 1944 Alexander Kerensky Information Russian Statesman Kerensky Comes For Lecture Series 
March 23, 1944 American Red Cross Tabulations Information Red Cross Drive Falls Short Of Expectations 
March 23, 1944 Lester W. Groom Information Groom Presents Second Organ Vesper 
March 23, 1944 Chapel Choir Information Ensembles, Solos Add Variety To Concert 
March 23, 1944 Eleanor Anne Soltau News Miss Soltau Graduates From Medical School 
March 23, 1944 Daniel Column From Here ...  
March 23, 1944 Long-Range View ... Column Long-Range View ...  
March 23, 1944 Katharine Chase Shapleigh Column Devotional 
March 23, 1944 Memorial Student Center Column Voice of Candor 
March 23, 1944 Reverse Day Information Shift Gears ...  
March 23, 1944 Student Reporters Column When In Doubt Twirl That Dial To College 67 
March 23, 1944 Bulander Column Friday Features 
March 23, 1944 Schwitters Column Communique ...  
March 23, 1944 Game Fight Sports Faculty Accepts Record Challenge; Predict Victory 
March 23, 1944 Helmuth Bekowies Column Through The Sportroscope 
March 23, 1944 Wheaton Faculty Team Sports Wheaton Record 
March 23, 1944 Wrestling Tournament Sports A.A.U. Beckons Wheaton Matmen 
March 23, 1944  Annual Faculty Volleyball game against Moody Faculty News Await Moodyites 
March 23, 1944 Intramural Basketball Sports Gridders Lead Hoop League 
March 23, 1944 New captain for Matmen Sports Elect "Ding"  
March 23, 1944 Deciding Who is who. Sports Femantics... 
March 23, 1944 Al Shudduck Sports Harriers Run Dual Meet 
March 23, 1944 Cook Oratorical Contest News Cook Contest Open to Students 
March 23, 1944 Norma Bloomquist missionary in West Africa News Norma Bloomquist Tells of Life in Liberia. 
March 23, 1944 Rev. R. M. Jackson News Prep Talk... 
March 23, 1944 Spanish Club trip News "Los Estudiantes" Plan Chicago Trip. 
March 23, 1944 Conservcatory Recital News Four Teachers present pupils in recital. 
March 23, 1944 New set of plans for Quadrangle News Quadrangle... (continued from front page). 
March 23, 1944 Student Christuian Council sent to testify in Churches. News Council Groups serve in nearby churches. 
March 30, 1944 Miss Frances Whitlock News  Spring Orchestra Concert Features Rudolph Reiners as guest Soloist  
March 30, 1944 Miss Dorothy Wagner  News Miss Wagner to leave for missionary training  
March 30, 1944 Christian Education News Tell Why, What of Christian Education 
March 30, 1944 Student War Board  News  Chapel Terminates Bible Fund Drive  
March 30, 1944 Charles Troutman III News Wheaton Boosters add Charles III to Clan  
March 30, 1944 Muriel Taylor  Announcement  Prayer Meeting 
March 30, 1944 Dorothy Jane Rensch News Win silver trophy at debate tourney  
March 30, 1944 Christian Council Information Gospel teams Active in nearby Churches  
March 30, 1944 Dr. S. Richey Kamm  News Pi Gamma Welcome Six New Members  
March 30, 1944 Nancy Showalter News Williston Belles Hold Formal On Campus  
March 30, 1944 H. William Nordin  News Nordin to direct chorus in Haydn masterpiece  
March 30, 1944 Coaches S.K. Vorres and E.A. Coray  News Winter Athletes to receive awards  
March 30, 1944 Bill Cordes  News  Bill Cordes presents Anthropology Seminar  
March 30, 1944 Good Friday Service  News No Good Friday Chapel  
March 30, 1944 Margaret Tallakson News Soprano Climaxes Study In Recital  
March 30, 1944 Chapel Choir  Information School Sing In charge of Chapel Choir Quartet  
March 30, 1944 Comatose Comments  Editorial  Comatose Comments... 
March 30, 1944 Bulander  Editorial  Friday Features 
March 30, 1944 Reciprocity  Editorial  Reciprocity....  
March 30, 1944 Katherine Chase Shapleigh  Poem  Meditation In A Garden  
March 30, 1944 Gwen Gardner  Editorial  Voice of Candor  
March 30, 1944 Note to Editor  Editorial  Editor's mailbox  
March 30, 1944 Warner Brown  Editorial  They Have Gone..... 
March 30, 1944 Daniel  Column From Here..... 
March 30, 1944 Schwitters  Editorial  Communique  
March 30, 1944 Basket Ball  Sports Thrills Mark Lit Finals  
March 30, 1944 Helmuth Bekowies  Sports Through the SPORTROSCOPE  
March 30, 1944 Basket ball team  Sports  Festivities Features Moody - wheaton Tilt; Faculties Skirmish  
March 30, 1944 Track Team  Sports Harriers show well Despite Handicaps  
March 30, 1944 Basket Ball Team Sports Femantics......Bobbe Hackman  
March 30, 1944 Barbara Beck  News Russian Leader Deems Wheaton Intellectual 
March 30, 1944 Elisabeth Fletcher  News Chaplain Tells of Pacific Fight  
March 30, 1944 World Athletic Alliance  Sports WAA Party Themes World Athletic Alliance 
March 30, 1944 Dr. Earl Cairns  News Forum Representaives to Attend Conferences 
April 27 , 1944 Dr.V. Rayomnd Edman News Combine Talents in May Festival  
April 27 , 1944 Lawrence Johnson  Information Prayer Meeting  
April 27 , 1944 Dr. Jean Jacobus  News Alumna Becomes college Physician  
April 27 , 1944 Harold Lehman  News Lehman to lead Sunday Singspiration  
April 27 , 1944 Miss Sara Hammerschmidt  Announcement  Artist Soloist Concludes Series of Organ Vespers 
April 27 , 1944 May Festival Information Combine Talents In May Festival 
April 27 , 1944 Grovener Rust Information Prayer Meeting 
April 27 , 1944 Jean Jacobus Austin News Alumna Becomes College Physician 
April 27 , 1944 Harold Lehman Information Lehman To Lead Sunday Singspiration 
April 27 , 1944 Student Council News Council Acts On Letter Suggesting Improvements 
April 27 , 1944 Sara Hammerschmidt News Artist Soloist Concludes Series Of Organ Vespers 
April 27 , 1944 Expression Recital Information Interpretation Students Present Varied Recital 
April 27 , 1944 Phil Saint and Peter Boyko Information Saint, Boyko Bring Chalk Talks, Music 
April 27 , 1944 Women's Glee Club  Information "Sophistication" To Mark Unique Glee Club Concert 
April 27 , 1944 Student War Board Information Movies Depict War Hardships 
April 27 , 1944 H.C. Thiessen News Theology Dept. To Be Revised 
April 27 , 1944 Logan Square First Baptist Church Information Prexy Favors Illinois With Final April Trips 
April 27 , 1944 Open Lit Information Lits To Stage Mock Banquet 
April 27 , 1944 `Votes Column Ballotho ... 
April 27 , 1944 M. Geiger Column Prayer 
April 27 , 1944 G. Gardner Column Voice of Candor 
April 27 , 1944 Editor's Mailbox Column Editor's Mailbox 
April 27 , 1944 Men's Glee Club News Cowboys Return From Song Tour 
April 27 , 1944 Daniel Column From Here ...  
April 27 , 1944 F. Schwitters Column Communique ...  
April 27 , 1944 Earl Winsor & J. C. Massee Column Chapel Nuggets 
April 27 , 1944 Baseball Sports Nine Subdues Dekalb 18-2 
April 27 , 1944 Lit Basketball Tournament Sports Ladies Attain Lit Hoop Honors 
April 27 , 1944 Football Sports Tracksters Overpower N.C.; Edgar Stars For Locals 
April 27 , 1944 Bobbe Hackman Column Femantics ... 
April 27 , 1944 Wheaton Racqueteers Hit a Winning Sports Netmen Blank Bluejays 6-0 
April 27 , 1944 Conservatory Recital Information Students Present Evening Concert 
April 27 , 1944 Anthropology Seminar Information Vital Seminar Considers Africa 
April 27 , 1944 Bill Mull Information Union Station House Plans River Party 
April 27 , 1944 Spring House Party and Picnic Column Prep Talk ...  
April 27 , 1944 Ann Dewar News Roman Setting Adds Color To Recital 
April 27 , 1944 Joseph P. Free News Dr. Free's Mother Dies; Funeral To Be Here 
April 27 , 1944 Clifford Lewis & Charles H. Koller Information Chapel Speakers ...  
May 4 , 1944 Louise's program News Widely-Traveled Junior To Sing Recital In Three Languages 
May 4 , 1944 The weekend retreat Information Dow Girls Plan Lake Retreat 
May 4 , 1944 House party Adverticement Wishing Well House Holds Lagoon Party 
May 4 , 1944 Meeting at the home Information New Members Presents Papers 
May 4 , 1944 Gospel teams Information Students Visit Winconsin Rally 
May 4 , 1944 An Art Club News Artists Form Club Under Bessie Walters 
May 4 , 1944 Will lead prayer meeting Information Prayer meeting 
May 4 , 1944 The alumni are in favor News Alumni Tackle Building Project 
May 4 , 1944 The freshman class Information Standridge, Russel Head Frosh RECORD 
May 4 , 1944 Mr. Albert C.Grimes Obituary Former Dept. Head Dies Suddenly 
May 4 , 1944 The home concert Information Cowboys Corral Energies For Glee Club Concert 
May 4 , 1944 Hostesses for Play Day Information "Spring Fever" Themes Women's Play Day 
May 4 , 1944 Changes in the college staff Information College Welcomes Staff Members 
May 4 , 1944 Rollercade Skating Rink Information "PK's" Reveal Details Of Skating Party 
May 4 , 1944 Cook Oratorical contest Information Six To Compete In Speech Finals 
May 4 , 1944 A joint meeting News FTA Members Meet With Education Group 
May 4 , 1944 Party Parley Column Party Parley ... 
May 4 , 1944  Bulander  Column Friday Features ... 
May 4 , 1944 Chapel Nuggets Column Chapel Nuggets ... 
May 4 , 1944 M. G Poem Destiny  
May 4 , 1944  G. Gardner Column Voice Of Candor ... 
May 4 , 1944 Editor's Mailbox Column Editor's Mailbox ... 
May 4 , 1944 Daniel's Spook Writer Column From Here 
May 4 , 1944 F. Schwitters Column Communique ... 
May 4 , 1944 Wheaton's baseball team Sports Crusaders Nine Proves Tough Going For Invaders 
May 4 , 1944 The sports situation Sports Through The Sportroscope ... (Continued on page 4) 
May 4 , 1944 The Wheaton track team Sports Bluejays Vanguished As Wheaton Sweeps 12 of 15 Events 
May 4 , 1944 Track squad continued Sports Thinclads Annex Third Victory  
May 4 , 1944 Bobbe Hackman Column Femantics ... 
May 4 , 1944 Rural Bible Crusade needs workers Announcement Midwest Needs Summer Teachers For Rural Work 
May 4 , 1944 Recent happenings at the college News Prep Talks 
May 4 , 1944 Editor's Mailbox Letters to the Editor Editor's Mailbox (continued from page 2) 
May 4 , 1944 Bluejays Vanquished As Wheaton Sweeps 12 of 15 Events Sports Concordia (continued from page 3) 
May 4 , 1944 Alumni Tackle Building Project News Alumni Project (continued from front page) 
May 4 , 1944 Through The Sportroscope Sports Sportroscope (continue from page 3) 
May 4 , 1944 Thinclads Annex Third Victory Sports Elmhurst (continued from page 3) 
May 11, 1944 Robert Lackock to lead prayer meeting next week with special music Announcement Prayer Meeting 
May 11, 1944 Allerton K. Barnes appointed business manager of the freshman Record News Barnes Appointed Frosh Business Head 
May 11, 1944 Rev. M. H. Reynolds, Rev. Frank C. Torrey and President V. R. Edman guest speaking in coming chapel services Announcement Los Angeles Pastor, FMF Man To Speak 
May 11, 1944 Arnold Tweten's oration won in men's division News Juniors Awarded Oratorial Honors 
May 11, 1944 Ruth Holland is leaving Wheaton for missions work in Africa News Infirmary Nurse Goes To Mision Work 
May 11, 1944 Duties of the President of the Student Christian Council Information Food For Pre-Election Thought 
May 11, 1944 Paul Beals, Harold Lehman and Eguene Train are candidates for the Christian Council presidency News Christian Council Suggests Beals, Lehman, Train 
May 11, 1944 Mrs. Valeria Hill Brown to present a program of music for two pianists Announcement Duo Artists give Piano Recital 
May 11, 1944 The Student Christian Council was represented by three groups this past week end News Gospel Teams Minister In Three States 
May 11, 1944 Last Monday's meeting received nomations for upcoming president News Council Hears Nominee Reports For Next Year 
May 11, 1944 "Silent Village" featured as final war film this year Announcement Czech Raid, War Depicted In Films 
May 11, 1944 Dr. P. B. Fritzwater scheduled speaker for next Moody Fellowship Announcement Moody Group Plans Election of Officers 
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