The Sunflower, 1929-1930, no.17, February 19, 1930
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.22, no.17, Wichita, Kansas, February 19, 1930. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Raid ends in treaty measures: Code of honor approved by Moundbuilders and Shockers -- Spring is here for Wichita U. "dump": New decorations add color to University cafeteria -- Business women are gift of engineers -- Two U. rifle teams will go to Kemper for big tournament: Fifteen schools will compete at the Kemper meet -- Many guests to see Spanish Club's play -- Music to be heard in Fiske: Old hall will become the musical center of University -- Wichita U. reenters state oratory meet -- Printer speaks to art students at W.U. -- Offer M.A. degrees in 5 departments at commencement: First time in history of the school for four courses -- Local college life filmed in picture -- Aid in judging for The Beacon contest -- Frosh girls to give stunt at C.E. game -- Bigger circus planned -- College of Fine Arts presents programs to Jr. Century Club -- Aero students test strength of steel -- Lieuranes will go on spring concert tour of four citiies -- Dickerson to speak to W.U. Press Club: Probate judge has hobby of helping delinquent and dependent boys -- Number of women students double -- Proposed student treaty as approved by Council -- Kurt, Gottschalk given lead parts in W.U. production: Play presents interesting trend of humor, pathos -- Dr. Branch speaks of "origin of man" -- Association chapter established at W.U. -- Engineering students to use new Delco plant -- $1,000 prize offered to best cornhusker: Secretary Hyde announces premium to go to winner of Kansas contest -- Fisherman flock to Canada waters -- Benton Lake refuge for birds in Montana -- Old Fiske dormitory was scene of student battles -- Bill Lipp is a hero in theatre robbery: W.U. student helped catch bandits in Miller Theater hold-up -- Societies and clubs: Quiet marks pre-Lenten season on University campus -- Matrix hostesses at tea for rushees -- Ver Wiebe receives maps from Germany -- Costume jewelry subject of talk at Home Ec. Club -- New equipment for Physics Department -- Auction results in tremendous profits -- Wichita University retains second place in conference by a double win -- Shockers win over Southwestern Five in grudge contest: Wichita team plays a great ball in the last half against Builders - C. of E. cage team loses league game to Shocker quintet -- Shocker yearlings beat C. of E. frosh -- Shocker training coach tells how Manning won at K.C.: The inside dope on the K.C.A.C. relay is given in the following story by University of Wichita's track mentor -- Trio of unbeaten teams remain in intra-mural race -- Caste among thieves, says veteran crook
Photograph(s): Shoot in new indoor range: Pictured above is the new indoor rifle range at Kemper Military school, Boonville, Mo., where the men's and women's rifle teams of the University of Wichita will compete in the Middle West's first R.O.T.C. rifle tournament February 22. p. 1 -- K.S.T.C. Charm Queen [Isabel Tuke]. p. 2 -- Leads grand march [Eleanor Gard]. p. 3 -- Leads Central Conference scoring: This is Harold Grove, the Wheatshockers sharpshooter forward who is leading the Central Conference individual scoring with an average of 11.7 points per game. p. 4 -- Zonker wins bout: Here is Eddie Zonker, Shocker lightweight who won a technical knockout over Marvin Snelson, of Oklahoma City in his first bout in the Southwest Amateur Boxing Tournament, which is being held at the Forum this week. p. 4