The Sunflower, 1930-1931, no.10, November 19, 1930
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.5, no.10, Wichita, Kansas, November 19, 1930. - 4 pages
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Article(s): The irate Mr. Price chides the Sunflower for its memorial idea -- Criticizes proposed memorial tower / C. U. Price -- Rifle team receives challenges from 8 state universities -- Count alumni is made: Alumni of Fairmount and University number 1,115 in grand total -- Arrives in China en route to India: Dean Sipple writes of interesting sights in Japan and China -- Salisbury's "criticism plan" proves favorable -- To the student body of the University -- Wilner conducts tryouts for next big 'U' production -- Treaty of peace is made with Friends -- New rifle racks for R.O.T.C. men -- Expression students work on new plays -- Students of other lands like politics, says Prof. Ryjord -- Prof. Wosky speaks at Mexican church -- Strange speaks at King Arthur's Court -- Phis Sigs to back bonfire -- Wilkie off to meet in Washington, D.C. -- Fletcher receives letter from former prominent students -- Becker completes four-act drama -- Good and rough time had at big skating massacre / Carl Zimmerman -- Predict improved annual -- New book shipment received by library -- Reserve officers have first parade -- Faculty kitchen gets fine gifts -- Websters don women's clothes in "The Whole Town's Talking" -- Thanksgiving Day changed many times by U.S. presidents / S. W. Wright -- To build scientific home among clouds -- Service is aim of Wichita University / E. K. Hillbrand -- Suggests recipes for groups suppers -- Gifford Pinchot sees dangers to forests -- High cost of keeping clean is estimated -- Society and clubs: Military ball to be most prominent affair of season / Verla Cox; Arctic dinner to be given by club Saturday night; Dad's Day program given by Sigs; Social function marked by gayety [sic] of dress at ball; Alpha Gams will entertain with sem-formal party; Jayne Schrader, military officers to be honored; Phi Upsilon Phi furnishes pep at football games; Pledges of Alpha Tau Sigma preside at tea Wednesday; Party dates set by sororities for Christmas week; Zeta Delta will hold open house for sororities; Members of Deltsa Omega guests of pledges Saturday -- Hungarian's name is stricken from roll: Falls victim to the wiles of beautiful Romanian woman spy -- American memorial arouses contention -- Venizelos grants a port to Bulgarians -- Shockers meet strong Phillips University team in inter-state clash: Emporia throws scare into Wheatshockers on muddy field; Tucker's long runs feature -- Goal shooters begin practice at Hays school -- Gebert to play in New York to aid unemployed -- Only two fracases remain on Shocker football schedule -- Hey! Nicodemus wanna see a real football classic? -- Library has new vertical file -- Track candidates to start training for big meets -- "Beat the Shockers" Quakers' battle cry -- Many hockey games to be played by girls gym classes -- Archery tourney of W.A.A. on local field Monday -- W.A.A. to have banquet at cafeteria Monday eve
Photograph(s): Omega Upsilon pledge: Miss Winifred Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Wilson, of Wichita is a pledge of Omega Upsilon sorority and a freshman on the University of Wichita campus this year. Miss Wilson graduated from Wichita high school East. p. 3 -- Quakers are banking on this line to stop Shockers: The forward wall of the Quakers is no midget in size. The players reading from left to right are: Riner, Southard, McPherson, Vogt, Lansdowne, Pennington, and Blowey, one of the captains of the Friends team. Whitelaw, triple threat of the Friends team, will, in all probability, hold down a wing position in the Thanksgiving day classic. p. 4