The Sunflower, 1930-1931, no.02, September 24, 1930
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.5, no.2, Wichita, Kansas, September 24, 1930. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Build wooden stands: Replica of concrete stadium to be built along east side of field -- New math professor master at age of 22 -- Faculty files chapel for first convocation here -- Lieurances spend summer in work at Taylor Falls camp -- Captain Rutledge will return soon -- W.U. classes elect delegates for year -- Freshmen to be put on honor -- Three new teachers on W.U. faculty -- Mania of head cheer leader exposes him to chill winds -- Cadets in army now competing for high commissioned jobs -- Bidders for roles in first play must be able to sing -- Prep frat to meet at W.U. -- Will dedicate new building October 20 -- Rural life rated by Bakkum Oct. 14 -- Plunges into job of year: Student Council takes care of immediate work in rapid fire order -- December 8 is Homecoming Day -- Speech departments of two universities will fight for prize -- Football game held here at night over twenty years ago: Bliss Isely, now instructor of journalism at University of Wichita, played tackle on first lineup -- Many problems confront Lithuanian student in U.S.: Frida Ringel wants to learn English well and make many friends in America -- University grants three scholarships -- Society and clubs: Rush week to be exciting event on University campus; October 3 is set for marriage of former students; Alpha Tau bridge is given Sept. 23 by alumnae group; Faculty and frat men entertained; New pledges are honored by Pi Alpha; K.U. announces Wichita pledges; Fraternity acts as hosts to new pledges Sept. 26; Alumnae honors Sorosis actives; Interesting party given by W.A.A.; Frats announce new pledge list; Phi Sigma pledges entertain members -- Student's vacations spent various ways -- Shockers journey to Stillwater for night clash with Oklahoma Aggies: Charges ready to clash with Okla. under the lights -- "Big Ten Club" is formed by alumni -- Off the Bermuda -- Enter soccer team in independent loop -- Twelve men sign up for exercise class -- W.U. prepared for night grid games -- 85 men greet Blue Howell at initial call for football -- Big Six conference will play 36 games -- D. Boyer to Northwestern -- Enrollment reaches 1,140 mark Monday: Math Department shows 15 per cent increase over last year's count -- Johnson faced with problem of finding center for quintet -- Brooks works out relations court
Photograph(s): Popular W.U. student: Miss Maurice Callahan, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Callahan of 933 N. Topeka, who comes from St. Mary's of Notre Dame and is enrolled in the university as a sophomore this year. Miss Callahan is a graduate of Mt. Carmel academy. p. 3 -- Telling 'em how to thresh the Aggies: Shown above is Al Gebert, head football coach at the university, giving his charges some last minute instructions before they depart Friday for Stillwater, Okla., where they meet the Aggies in the first same of the season. This is a non-conference clash. This game will most likely go to the Sooners as they have a much more experienced team, inasmuch as this will be the first game whereby the plays and formations of the Notre Dame system will be used in Shocker style of play. p. 4 -- Line coach: Pictured above is Joe Locke, graduate of the University of Notre Dame, who has charge of prospective line candidates for the Shocker football team. Locke is assistant to Al Gebert, head mentor. p. 4