The Sunflower, 1930-1931, no.09, November 12, 1930
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.5, no.9, Wichita, Kansas, November 12, 1930. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Quakers predict victory: Rivals expected to move stone football to west side -- Phi Lambda Psi will give annual play on Friday, November 14 -- Teachers may have chance to criticize graduating seniors -- Menno Voth tells of Indian conditions -- Miniature oil rigs show by McDaniel -- Alumni reunion success -- Art students draw campus landscapes -- Large annual convention of urban universities to be held here during 1933 -- First play attracts unusual attention, according to Wilner -- Appointments made for Green Gazette -- Chamber organizes class under Folley -- Whoopee mixer Friday -- Select ten great thinkers of the world -- Glee clubs choose officers for 1930 -- Fine Arts College to offer foreign study, says Staples -- Wichita is host to W.A.A. convention -- Rivals paint campus: Southwestern students are charged with violation of amity treaty -- Civilians will be barred from ball -- "Indians are artists, not farmers," says Prof. Grace -- Uruguay country of winning Olympic football teams -- Hillbrand's book is to be published by a Kansas City firm -- Student making Eastborough map -- Society and clubs: Pi Beta Chi Art Club entertains with rush party; McCormick host to evening party; Sorosis society hostess to frat; Miss Ruth Burney honored Saturday; Pi Sigs give midnight dinner; Criticism Club entertains with tea at studio; Pre-Medic Club to hold initiation; Dinner honors former students; Social dates set by Delta Omega; George Matson will sponsor interfrat tourney; Men of Webster host to alumni; Alumnae honored to Open House Homecoming play -- Cup is awarded to Elaine Spray for third in archery -- 31 girls make up hiking class -- Builder frosh team has good material -- Alumni see Shockers down Southwestern, C. of E. here Saturday -- Gerbert-coached men out-jinxed Southwestern Moundbuidlers in Homecoming Day grid battle -- College of Emporia foe of the Shockers at Wichita Saturday -- Hays teachers Homecoming November 15 -- Learn clogging to tune of plantation melodies -- Wichita entrenched in second place -- Alpha Gamma Gamma and Men of Webster renew gridiron hostilities on Thanksgiving -- Turkey Day classic to be fought on the University campus
Photograph(s): Miss Betty Co-ed: Shown above is Miss Ruth Burney popular sophomore at University of Wichita and a member of Sorosis, who had the honor of being the first Betty Co-Ed of The Alpha Gamma Gamma fraternity last Saturday in the annual homecoming day parade. Phil Evans acted as escort for Betty Co-ed. p. 3 -- Quaker field general: Shown above is Bill Sanders, quarterback of the Friends University football team. This is Sander's second year on the squad. Under the teaching of "Doc" Banbury, he has developed into a triple threat man. The passing of Sanders to Whitelaw is a deadly combination for opponents and these two boys will be watched carefully in the annual turkey day classic at University field Thanksgiving. p. 4