The Sunflower, 1930-1931, no.12, December 3, 1930
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.5, no.12, Wichita, Kansas, December 3, 1930. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Oh, what fun they did have!: Thanksgiving holiday good to students of University of Wichita -- Five Shocker men go to capital city for charity game -- Debate held at Winfield -- Natives of eleven nations at banquet -- Beta Nu to sponsor famous pianist in Wichita Friday night -- Thanksgiving barrel serves 11 families -- Harry Hamilton to leave soon for Texas to train as flying cadet in Army -- Wichita's favorite captain wears W.U.'s colors for the last time Thanksgiving day / Carl Zimmerman -- Second all school "skate" to be held Fri. at Royer Rink -- Eight students are to be initiated in University Players -- University to send Thora Nuckolls and Hekhuis to Detroit -- "Shoot" more this year for Parnassus -- Neff is delegate to meet -- Dr. Foght to speak at Iowa State meet -- Phi Sig pep rally ends in snake dance and picture shows -- Improved campus by spring -- Boys compete for Rhodes scholarship -- Dr. Swartz leaves campus to reside with son in Virginia -- Ampitheater to be on campus in future -- Student toured Europe climbing Alps on bike -- Society and clubs: Feminine modes crowning event of military ball; Phi Alph held stag dinner Thursday; Party date set by Webster frat; Pi Kappa Psi to be hostess to the football men; Mary Harrah and Verl Pitts wed Thanksgiving; Mother's club of Phi Sigs to hold meet Thursday; Zeta Delta Epsilon will entertain at an informal dance -- Alpha Gamma and Webster members suffer injuries / Dorothea Kyle -- Competetive drill for Officers Corps -- Shockers wallup Friends Quakers in turkey battle -- Phi Lambda Psi whitewashes Alpha Gamma "quantities" -- Pittsburg has a successful grid season -- Washburn will be first opponent of W.U. in basketball -- Johnson advocates paying of athletes in central schools -- Central conference basketball champs prepare fir season
Photograph(s): Dr. Samuel Swartz. p. 2 -- Mrs. Verl Pitts: Mrs. Verl Pitts was Mary Ruth Harrah until her marriage Thanksgiving day. Both Mr. and Mrs. Pitts are former University of Wichita students and are prominent in social affairs. p. 3