The Sunflower, 1926-1927, no.11, November 24, 1926
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.21 no.11. Wichita, Kansas, November 24, 1926. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Shockers ready for tomorrow's battle: Team in prime condition and eager for the game but not overconfident -- School receives freshman class in formal way: Student council holds ceremony in which class of '30 is officially presented to officers of the University -- Old Eli licks the Crimson - That's all that's needed now -- W.U. announces big Thanksgiving plans: Traditional pep assembly to be held tonight and freshmen to burn caps and ribbons at bonfire -- Quake the Quakers! -- Shocker-Quaker Turkey Day game to be a thriller: ,Dope points to a close, hard fought, game between ancient rivals for big honors -- Special program by Fine Arts School: Mr. Fisher, Mrs. Neidhardt and Miss Fritzien in pleasing recital before musical club -- Prehistoric remains found for museum: Teeth and jaw of animal found on farm in Sedgwick County -- Quake the Quakers! -- First tryout held for debate team: Four members of last year's team makes squad which will have another tryout before final selection -- Refuse freshmen petition -- Football banquet will be on Dec. 3: Letter men and guests are eligible to attend; Shirkmere is prospective location for banquet -- Mince pie meeting held by the Y.W.C.A. -- Kitchen shower by Sorosis pledges -- Pep chapels at 7:30 -- The co-op's dream -- Annual Turkey Day clash results in heated arguments -- Bridge shower for bride-elect: Surprise shower followed by dinner in Innes Tea Room -- Pi Kappa Psi -- Pi Alpha Pi -- Bazaar Tea -- Those who know give Bea lessons and learn what fate will bring -- Polly Ann -- Loyal supporter of Wheatshockers team makes a unique bet -- Sorosis formal to be December 17th: Crestview Country Club to be scene of annual dinner dance -- Omega Upsilon -- Spanish Club -- Sorosis -- Alpha Gamma Gamma -- Pi Alpha Pi -- Y.M.C.A. -- Mildred Clark elected to Anvil Chorus Group -- A "valiant" attempt -- Thanksgiving -- Formal freshman initiation -- Can the Quakers? -- Mamma 'L gonna tell nize bebby forry tale already yet -- Y.C.W.A. Cabine attends conference: Girls from University of Wichita and Friends University to Southwestern last Saturday for meeting / John Meyers -- Jibes and jabs -- French Club holds a social meeting: Members plan for Christmas banquet at Holyoke Hall; Program held in which French is used -- Rooters Club plans for Turkey Day: Five new members are added, making total of forty -- Annual grid battle to be thriller -- Five R.O.T.C. men qualify as marksmen -- Thanksgiving Day games / Lester Foust -- Sixty Minute Mike -- Ted North players open at Crawford -- Final games of Kan. Conference tomorrow: Emporia teams battling for first place; Wichita in tie for third -- Opera comes November 30 -- A lay of Fairmount College -- Wheatshockers win from St. John 16-0: Second team runs up enough counters to win easily; First string men also score -- Quarterback relates wonderful secret of fascinating manhood / [Walter Stanely] Dinty Moore -- Curt college comments
Photograph(s): Uncaptioned photograph of sportsmen. p. 1 -- Uncaptioned photograph of Leonard J. Umnus. p. 2 -- Uncaptioned photograph of Paul "Sixty Minute Mike" Vermillion. p. 6