The Sunflower, 1926-1927, no.10, November 19, 1926
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.21 no.10. Wichita, Kansas, November 19, 1926. - 8 pages
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Article(s): New club formed by engineers at Wichita University: Emerson Brooks, Virgil Adamson, and Charles Williamson are elected to office -- Senior R.O.T.C. men organized at W.U.: Roy Chipps, Carl Cronin and Clark Brown are officers of new club --Freshwomen waiting patiently -- "Othello" to be given December 10 by W.U.: Shakespearean tragedy will be presented under auspices of University women -- Lawrence Bosworth receives high rating -- Big debate field open this year for Wichita U.: Critic judging to be used this year: Judge system proves expensive -- Parnassus will be larger than in past: Staff is planning to distribute 650 books under new financial campaign -- University dramatics -- Kansas withdraws from association: Men's state contest will be held at Ottawa in the spring; Every school represented -- Y.M.C.A. supper is held at Shirkmere -- Two plays to be given tonight by W.U. drama class: Students are directing "The valiant" and "The newly-married couple" -- Mr. Lieurance is now in California: Mrs. Lieurance is accompanying Dean Lieurance on his concert tour -- Rooters' Club plans for Friends game: Club will sponsor pep proceedings and parade; W.U. will occupy east bleachers -- Men’s rifle practice -- Pi Kappa Psi -- Friends hasn't a chance -- W.U. students derive new French meanings to horror of Dean Duff -- Men of Webster postpone play -- Pi Alpha Pi -- W.U. Museum gets gifts after appeal: Major grant states that exhibitions from several sources are coming in -- Students will give Fine Arts recital: First program of season to be given next Tuesday afternoon at 3:00 -- Faculty members appear in concert -- Cercle Francais -- George who? Houston, Washington, Harrison? Or who the date -- Freshman class to celebrate tonight: The first class party of the year will be for freshmen only -- Executive officers named by W.A.A.: Executive board called special meeting to make plans for last Thursday -- Press Club holds discussion meeting -- Scholastic standing -- Opposition to varsities -- Forum -- Freshmen get chapel hazing -- Courtesy -- Civil Service announces examination -- Tryouts held for girls rifle team: Fifteen members and five alternates to be chosen by averaging scores -- "Seek and ye shll [sic] find" method is installed by some -- Dr. Lou of China speaks in chapel: Distinguished educational worker gives address on Chines conditions -- "Nize baby: Dot Locey, Dot Dope gembles yet Pappa's munnies on de loser" -- "Tracy Catlin slums with Queen Marie" -- Annual grid battle to be a thriller: Turkey Day game between the ancient rivals will be fought out by well matched teams -- Will play women’s soccer games soon -- Kansas Conference changes again: Friends loses perfect standing when decisively beaten by Bethany -- Grid gridings -- Mrs. Gouldner returns from eastern trip: Prominent member of the Board of Regents receives commendation for local school -- A dire tragedy -- Confessions of a hero -- Kodak page receives needed co-operation -- Mrs. Frank Isely '22 returns for visit -- Mary had some little lamb but the yellow dogs led them astray -- Girl’s Glee Club to have concert soon -- Men we have known -- Curt college comments