The Sunflower, 1930-1931, no.11, November 26, 1930
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.5, no.11, Wichita, Kansas, November 26, 1930. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Bequest given to W.U. -- University to send teams to Winfield -- Dean Wilkie returns from national meet of University women -- Three football men hurt in game Friday -- Freshmen approved as unit of school -- Friends plan for victory -- "Punks" of Scabbard and Blade under observation as four near membership -- 'Thirteenth Chair' will be presented by underclassmen: Wilner directs second dramatic production of year, featuring Elliot, Lambert and Brown -- Library celebrates National Book Week -- Students who are in love should not get [sic] going to school -- University teams to speak in city -- Finance problem solved: Money responsibilities of Parnassus to be placed on all clubs -- Add new books of interest to library -- University bureau headed by Bakkum performs state service: Takes results of state survey on cripples and compiles statistics -- Dr. Schreiber finds it hard to become a naturalized citizen -- Vernon E. Zwink is hurt in car wreck -- Dean gets letter from Indian pupil -- Quakers to burn at stake: Friends dummy to hang from telephone pole and scalped -- Dr. Lowe is chief speaker in chapel -- License to preach given student here -- Music appreciation class has program -- Snakes kept in home of professor for scientific study -- Thanksgiving was time of revenge in days of Fairmount: Legs of Friends pigeons were wrapped in yellow and black; Freshmen burned caps and ribbons -- Society and clubs: Phi Sigs honored mothers with tea Sunday afternoon -- Mrs. Samuel Wofsy entertained the University Dames -- Pledges of Kappa Rho will sponsor bridge Dec. 6th -- Florence Wright entertains Friday -- Snow party given by Pi Kappa Psi -- Military air was observed at ball Friday evening -- Lambda Tau Delta entertained with breakfast Sunday -- Maitrix [sic] holds first meeting -- Rush tea will be given by Matrix sorority soon -- Football men to be guests at varsity Thursday -- Progressive dinner to be given by University Dames -- Dinner is given in honor of Colonel Jayne Schrader -- Zeta Delta host to sororities and faculty members -- Informal dinner given by pledges of Delta Omega -- Red and gray clash with yellow and black on U. field: Friends expects to win surprise victory over dope -- Phillips Haymakers falls prey to the Shockers' attack -- W.A.A. archery tournament to be held Dec. 5 -- Fraternity grid play scheduled
Photograph(s): Miss Betty Hamilton: Miss Betty Hamilton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Hamilton, 101 South Belmont, was pledged to Alpha Tau Sigma sorority. Miss Hamilton, popular freshman on the campus of the University of Wichita this year, graduated from Wichita high school East. p. 3 -- Big tools in grid machines of local colleges: No. 1 - "Pete" Gallagher, captain of the Shockers who will be playing his last game of the Yellow and Black. He will be at fullback position. No. 2 - "Tip" Tucker, red topped half back of the Wichita team, who has been burning up the Central conference with his play this year. No. 3 - Maynard Whiteclaw, co-captain of the Quaker eleven, who is playing his last year on the Friends team. He will be seen at the end berth. No. 4 - Bill Sanders, who is a triple threat man if there ever was one. Bill will act in the capacity of field general Thanksgiving. No. 5 - [Illegible text] He will hold down a wing position. No. 6 - One of the biggest men on either team is Pennington, giant tackle of the Quakers. [Illegible text] No. 7 - Bill Crawley, husky center of the Shocker squad, who is expected to play a major part in the Turkey day classic. p. 4