The Sunflower, 1926-1927, no.20, February 11, 1927
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.21, no.20. Wichita, Kansas, February 11, 1927. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Classes elect Student Council representatives: Carl Cronin, Ina Sutter, George Houston, and Charlotte Lee elected to represent classes in Council -- Two members added to University faculty: Mrs. Avis D. Carlson and James M. Maurer are teaching journalism and accounting -- Student pep -- State aid asked for University: Committee from Wichita Chamber of Commerce presented bill at Topeka -- Talk on human relationships by Dr. Edith Swift: Noted lecturer gives address in chapel last Wednesday, on social problems -- Fairmount graduate represents University -- Dr. Hekhuis makes religious survey: Student opinion being gathered by Church Advertising Department of America -- Former president donates loan fund: Dr. Rollin's [sic] set aside $300 to loan to University students -- Thirty-two on Honor Roll for first semester: Only seven per cent of the students in the University have grades averaging over ninety two -- Men's Glee Club to appear in chapel: Men to present their first chapel program of the year; Women's Club to assist -- Y.M. and Y.W. will meet at Emporia: Interesting speakers will be present at conference held at C. of E. Feb. 11, 12 and 13 -- Student delegates gives impressions: Willie Madge Bryant, Edna Nickel, and Gwen Graham give addresses in city -- Sketches and skits -- University failures not above normal: Percentages of high and low grades are about normal -- Infantry incidentals -- Officers installed in Pan Hellenic: Vivan Van Metre, Kathleen Walsh are president and vice-president -- Sorosis -- Alpha Gamma Gamma -- Pi Alpha Pi -- Till preference day / Kudyand Rippling -- Sorosis actives honored at party -- Simpson-Carr -- Military formal is unique social event: Flags and display of arms make up decorations. Officers receive commissions -- Another royal match reported -- An earthquake! Or was it Gabriel blowing his trombone? Ta-la-la! -- Delta Omega -- Omea [sic] Upsilon -- The Honor Roll -- Mount of knowledge -- A pertinent question -- O.P.E.A. to meet in Des Moines: Joint session will hold four day meet in April -- W.U. engineering courses checked: Officers at K.U. and K.S.A.C. will co-operate with department at K.U. -- War veterans give rifle team trophy: Wichita Post of Veterans of Foreign Wars give loving cup for individual shooting score -- Students will trace family histories in new customs class -- Wichitans support Fine Arts program: Professor Fischer presents first series of operas at Roosevelt School -- Weather man upsets plans of students by sending freak weather -- Men will debate via radio Tuesday: KPH, local broadcasting station sponsors new form of debate as an experiment -- Dr. Kurtz to speak to local A.A.U.W. -- Wichita wins in thrilling contest: The speedy offense of the local Shockers gave them a narrow victory over Pittsburg Gorillas -- Shockers win from Sterling: Wichita University Shockers defeat Sterling cagers om a slow ragged game -- Wheatshockers on tie with Pittsburg: Wichita team have highly successful team and move forward championship -- History of traditions: Men's Honor Five -- Dissertation on a razor -- Men's rifle team holds first match: First stage of the Seventh Corps Area match has been held -- W.U. students are debate judges Fri. -- Athletes and sheiks in football class -- Lieurance Engaged for another year: Mrs. Lieurance will be added to faculty of Fine Arts; Mrs. Wilbur also engaged to assist in work of Fine Arts Department -- Scholarships to Fine Arts students: Worthy students to receive training in voice, violin, and piano -- Co-ed plays fireman rather than miss prospective date -- Curt college comments -- Arabella elucidates -- Regular Army calls to men of R.O.T.C.: Graduates are given opportunity to take examinations for Army service -- Wot a Life! Wot a life! -- Her ideal: A seaside romance / Rev. H. L. Marsh
Photograph(s): The engagement of Prince Aimone of Savoy, son of duke of Aosta, and Princess Irene of Greece, sister of Crown Princess Helen of Romania, is reported. p. 3 -- Uncaptioned photo of Franklin Mott Gunther. p. 6 -- Oldest soldier takes fourth wife. p. 7