The Sunflower, 1929-1930, no.18, February 26, 1930
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.22, no.18, Wichita, Kansas, February 26, 1930. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Girls are first in rifle meet: Boys' team places third in Kemper rifle matches last Thursday -- Geology students to Cowley County -- Feeble-minded school will be visited by criminology classes: Causes and effect of mental disorders studied in social science classes -- Pittsburg sponsors high school contest: Scholarships as prizes for winners of the events -- Salisbury to crack the whip -- Cadets in tribute to former comrad: Lieut. Ray Whitmore, former student of University, is killed in Alabama -- The woman pays and pays; expenses mount and mount -- Political Science students study to take City Hall positions -- Council asks place on 2 commissions -- Four nuns attending art classes at W.U. -- Ancient foot loom is added collection at the University: Machine is handmade; was built in Norway nearly 100 years ago -- Women Voter League invited to luncheon -- Judge Haymaker dies at home in Wichita -- Foght to report at Congress -- Library gets collection -- Student body asked to make donations to Memorial Fund -- Art has many uses, says Miss Sprague -- Phi Upsilon Sigma moves to a new house -- Alice Whittaker ill -- Coach is named by Regents: Louis Gerbert former Notre Dame football man, is coming; to W.U. -- Students of flying shown wind tunnel -- Twelve little pigs are going to W.U. -- Parnassus beauties present variety -- The fundamental stroke of tennis - 'The forehand drive' / Ray Speer -- Society and clubs: Trio entertains at afternoon tea and "Open House"; King Arthur's Court has dinner meeting; To make George Washington Ball an annual event; Girls of Holyoke Hall hostesses at informal Saturday; White rats will be used in science lab; Skeletons of prewar cow adorns U. lab -- Wichita cagers defeat Washburn and Emporia teachers quintets -- Shockers sure of second place in Central cage race -- Wichita five wins close game from Washburn quintet -- Wichita quarter-miler undergoes operation -- Coach issues first call for track to Shocker athletes -- Eagles Club quintet clinches independent loop cage titles: Webster and Phi Alpha to battle for cage supremacy in intra-fraternity league next week
Photograph(s): Mrs. Chapman Grant. p. 3 -- Above are shown three Moundbuilder basketball stars who will play against Wichita in the Shocker's last Central conference game this season, tomorrow night at the East High gym. Left to right. Shepard, forward: Bruce, center and Priest, guard. 9. 4