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The Sunflower, 1926-1927, no.17, January 21, 1927
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.21, no.17. Wichita, Kansas, January 21, 1927. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Delegates to give reports to the Milwaukee meet: National Student Conference is reported on by students in Wednesday's chapel -- Elucidations of Arabella -- New rules made on cuts and failures: Students failing to make required hours will bbe dropped from school -- Registration is to be conducted under new plan: Plans are announced for registration and making of schedules -- Student from Syria enrolls in W.U. -- The honor system -- Students to give reading program: Miss Boli will present eight Dramatic Art pupils on January 21 -- Guy Hutchinson '25 honored by K.U. -- Letters will be given members of debate teams: Student Council votes to give awards to members of forensic teams - petition faculty for scholastic credit for debates -- Students to fill parts in drama -- Student handbooks to be given away -- "If winter comes" -- The spirit that wins -- Athletic support -- Elks swimming pool open to students: Wichita U. students will be permitted to make use of the Elks swimming pool -- Shockers defeat St. Mary's Quintet: Captain Davis leads the Wichita Wheatshockers to victory over the St. Mary's aggregation -- Dual debate held with sterling team: University of Wichita team meets up state school in no decision contest -- Kansas Conference has full week: Many teams play first games; Pittsburg leads to start off -- "Captain Applejack" is successful play: Amusing comedy presented by players will be repeated soon -- Phi Lambda Psi -- Present Shakespeare at Crawford next week -- Pi Kappa pledges entertain members: Black Hawk Orchestra will furnish music for dance at York Rite Temple