The Sunflower, 1926-1927, no.21, February 18, 1927
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.21, no.21. Wichita, Kansas, February 18, 1927. - 6 pages
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Article(s): ROTC men will go to camp at Ft. Leavenworth: Annual summer camp of R.O.T.C. changed from Snelling to Leavenworth -- Total enrollment of University 497: Figures show small decrease from last semester; Enrollment not yet complete -- Girl's [sic] rifle team received cup: Cup will be awarded to member of team who shoots high score -- Dean Neff earns probability of order from honor court -- Chemical Society offering awards: Contest is open to all freshmen enrolled in accredited college -- Umnus to present basketball trophy -- YWCA executive officers chosen for coming year: Stearns, Ramsey, Lawson, and Walsh to head religious organization -- Financial campaign reaps few pledges: Anna Stearns is financial campaign chairman: Support is poor -- The spirit of democracy -- Harold C. Colvin meets with Y.M.C.A.: State Y.M.C.A. secretary meets with local cabinet and makes plans for future -- Eight students to other colleges -- Debate tonight with Bethel to open W.U. season: Negative team travels to Bethel; Affirmative team appears in chapel -- Glee club appears on chapel program: Three entries from University of Wichita for Clay Center music contest -- Special review held by R.O.T.C.: Members of W.U. unit hold inspection for National Guard officers -- Note shows strong belief in religion: Religious survey shows that students are interested in religious problems and believe in God -- Pi Alpha Pi and Webster in lead -- Campusology -- No battery radio is a sure thing: 27 year old University instructor gets $175,000 for interest in his invention; Hammonds pay big price; How it works -- Lecture recital by Otto Fischer: Fine Arts instructor presents "Parsifal" at Twentieth Century Club -- W.U. colors in decorations -- Societies entertain girls at Open House: Sorosis and Pi Kappa Psi are hostesses to new girls of the University -- Psi Tau Delta -- Webster -- Alpha Gamma Gamma -- Pi Alpha Pi -- Alpha Tau Sigma -- Delta Omega holds formal initiation -- El Circulo Espanol -- Alpha Tau pledges honored at party: Active members to give informal affair tonight at Twentieth Century Club -- University seniors guest of A.A.U.W. -- Pi Kappa Psi to give dinner for team -- Wichita team defeats Bethel: The Wichita University Wheatshockers hold their place in the conference rating by another win -- Emporia teachers lose first game -- The tortoise and the hare -- "Goal gossip" -- Shockers beat Quakers easily: Wheatshockers take city championship in fast contest at high school gym -- History of traditions: Fiske Hall -- The higher earning -- Wichita in tie with Pittsburg: The Wichita University Wheatshockers are giving the Pittsburg Gorillas a close race for the pennant -- "Beau Geste" at the Crawford -- Second stage of rifle match held: Gilbert West makes high score in prone and kneeling position -- Miss Boli presents students in recital --Three students report Milwaukee meet -- Curt college comments -- University students enjoy Harry Lauder -- Awards given to Kans. college papers -- Former student heads a college -- Juniors are looking forward to summer camp with eagerness