The Sunflower, 1928-1929, no.02, October 8, 1928
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.22, no.2, Wichita, Kansas, October 8, 1928. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Two Wichita men are listed in 1928 issue of Who’s Who: President Foghl and Dean E. K. Hillbrand appear in roll of America’s famed men -- A new aero head comes in today for air school: A. N. Petroff of Michigan University takes chair here offered Navy man --- Ask students’ vote on chapel program -- Troxel writes book on H.S. education -- Troxel state head -- W.A.A. elects -- On to Emporia! -- 941 students make largest total here late count shows: Liberal Arts College leads with 519 while others list increase of pupils -- Shakespearian play tryouts to continue -- Considers new plan for 1929 annual -- A faculty morgue -- Wichita takes on Hornets of Emporia in Saturday’s game: 33 Shockers go to teachers school to wipe out 21-0 defeat last year -- Glee clubs here show big rolls -- Personnel of string orchestra announced -- National Y.M.C.A. speaker at meeting -- About the halls -- Holyoke hilites -- Proposed as dean -- End girls' exams, start regular work -- Open an ad contest for W.U. students -- Elect officers for Girl Voter League: Faye La Due will lead new Womens Association on campus -- Where is the dean? -- Lines of verse: A thought / A. T. Whittaker; From afar / E. M. M.; Porcelain bells / A. T. Whittaker; An episode / A. T. Whittaker; Be unhappy / R. P. -- W.A.A. walks -- He needs $1,000 -- Plan wrestle team for winter season -- Forensic frat here in 1930, decision: Pi Kappa Delta, largest order of its kind, will bring 700 delegates to Wichita -- Wirth does feature on Mount Carmel / V. L. Wirth -- Plan twilight pep meeting Thursday -- Give new quarters to news students -- Sorosis -- Continue plans for press meet here -- Formal and informal / Marian Grey Frankln: Sororities announce Open House guests; Need parking room to care for motors; Tuesday ushers in society rush week; Archie Booth editor -- Faculty committee controls society -- University Y.W.C.A. makes year’s plans -- On the gridiron / Arnold McClintock: Shockers take game with the Gorillas by a count of 9-6; Hold a track meet here next month; The Shockers watch their weight close
Photograph(s): Dr. O. L. Troxel, head of the College of Education, whose "State Control of Education" is being printed by a Baltimore publisher. p. 1 -- Uncaptioned photograph of Lambertus Hekhuis. p. 2 -- Uncaptioned photograph of C. C. Harbison. p. 3 -- Uncaptioned photograph of Samuel A. Wofsy. p. 3 -- Freshmen and new students have yet to meet intimately George D. Wilner, head of the dramatics department. He is sponsoring the campus sale for the E. H. Sothern recital next month. p. 4 -- This is Zelma Beaman, a Senior, who is president of the [Sorosis] sorority. p. 5 -- Above is Myrtledea Werts, president of the [Alpha Tau Sigma] sorority. p. 7