The Sunflower, 1930-1931, no.05, October 15, 1930
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.5, no.5, Wichita, Kansas, October 15 1930. - 4 pages
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Article(s): College to greet all city -- Pep clubs submit new seating plan to student body -- Game to attract throngs -- Four senior cadets receive promotion -- Military ball is Nov. 21 -- Men of University will build bog fire for Haskell game -- Alumni paper makes bow to grads here -- Exciting chapel is promised -- Good clean fun for U. sorority pledges -- Ideal girl and boy discussed in meet: Boy is complimented when asked to sorority dance; Seeks girl like mother -- G.O.P. body elects Ohrvall president -- "India thinks England better than America," asserts Voth -- Many old traditions passing on campus -- Society and clubs: Sorosis choose color scheme of black and white; Frat men hosts at dinner party; Journalism class at W.U. will be host to writers; Pi Alpha Pi has unusual party; Spanish theme to be used by Kappa Rho at informal -- Shockers meet Haskell in first home game; Tie Hornets: Feature game of the year to be played on University of Wichita athletic field; Get draw with the teachers -- Faculty golf tournament to be sponsored by The Sunflower / Kenneth Hays -- Representatives of 16 colleges will be at W.A.A. meet here
Photograph(s): Shocker skipper: Shown above is Albert J. Gebert, whose crew of football warriors gets a crucial test against the invading Haskell Indians Friday night. Gebert has accomplished much in the time that he has been here and the team to playing good ball under his tutelage. p. 1 -- Big and litte poison--opposing captains in Shocker-Haskell Indian grid clash Friday night: "Pete" Gallagher; Louis Weller: Who can throw the pigskin farthest? Shown above are the two opposing team captains of the University of Wichita Wheatshockers and the Haskell Indian Institute of Lawrence, Kansas. p. 1 -- Pledges Pi Kappa Psi: Miss Betty Stanley / Werts Portrait. p. 3 -- Gerbertmen primed for battle with Redskins: Readlng from left to right: The line, Kenny Robertson, end; Bill Hennigh, tackle; Bob Clark, guard; Bill Crawley, center; George Pechin, guard; Bob Shadoan, tackle; and "Red" Moffat, end. In the backfield, Al Gebert has picked Louis Koch, at quarter: Tip Tucker and Hunter to start at halves with Gallagher taking his regular place at fullback. p. 4
A four-page "The Sunflower Magazine" of Wednesday, October 15, 1930 insert included.