The Sunflower, 1926-1927, no.08, November 5, 1926
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.21 no.8. Wichita, Kansas, November 5, 1926. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Wheatshockers beat Southwestern 17-0: University of Wichita team flashes brilliant attack and outplay the Moundbuilders in every phase of the game to win annual battle by a decisive score -- Cast is announced for comedy to be given by players: "Captain Applejack" to be first production; Archie Booth leads -- Home economics has new lab equipment -- Bones crack; Spirits groan, when builders celebrate with victors -- Max Yergran makes speech in chapel: World famous colored missionary tells of conditions in South Africa -- Food class gets practical lesson -- Shockers parade was biggest in school history: University students turn out in great numbers to see game -- Mens' [sic] glee club has good start for year -- Faculty members to state meeting: Wichita instructors have prominent parts in association program -- Now for friends -- Parnassus Kodak Girl contest opens: Society candidates are selected to compete for honored prize -- Faculty members go to state convention -- Etiquette corner -- Sketches and skits -- Girls serve lunch as part of training: Y. W. C .A. Cabinet weekly luncheon from foods laboratory -- Southwestern co-ed spills the beans to Wheatshocker listener -- Bill Bailey dies: Former Omaha southpaw does not recover from long illness -- The schoolhouse flag -- Theater art class does unusual work -- Criticism positive and negative -- University’s first dance is success: Came as climax to Homecoming and Southwestern victory: Jacques furnishes music -- Pi Alpha Pi -- Alpha Gamm Agamma -- Webster -- Pi Kappa Psi -- Scratching, bug hunting and paddle making are popular pledge jobs -- Delta Omega -- Pi Kap pledges make money on food sale -- Alpha Tau and Pi Kap to give dance party: First combined party to be held by girls this week -- Alpha Gamma Gamma -- Campaigning brings big money to girls - Girl defies gods of chance and takes faily stroll up "Old Maids Walk"-- Hale-Wood engagement -- Student pep dinner in Recreation Hall -- Slipper and slackers -- !Freshmen walk! -- Kodak Girls contest -- The big parade -- Back seat adventures of Shocker queens prove to be quite thrilling -- Shocker prayer at bedtime -- Community chest fund collected: $378.00 contributed by faculty and $23.75 by students; Increase over last year -- Dean Troxel chooses peculiar hobby as side line to University work -- 'Othello' cast is busy to finish plays -- Biology students make marvelous discoveries in scientific field -- "Have a heart" yell small freshmen while trying to satisfy changing whims -- Y. M. and Y. W. hold joint discussions: "School activities" is the topic for first combined meeting at Shirkmere -- Grid grindings -- Conference teams change standings: Upsets in Kansas college games are many; Wichita gains -- How the nation voted -- Faculty news -- Shockers win prize in Monday’s parade: Students have largest delegation in stock shows commercial parade -- Holyoke Hall hilites -- Soothing Susan receives inquiries from Porter Tangerine and others -- Curt college comments -- Y. M. C. A. discusses military training -- Webster