The Sunflower, 1930-1931, no.13, December 10, 1930
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.35, no.13, Wichita, Kansas, December 10, 1930. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Argue for 19 hours: Hot debate session in Winfield ends in win for Wichita U. Monday -- Two students are injured in wreck -- New English course offered in midyear -- Sunflower is among oldest school papers: Proper volume number is carried first time in this issue -- Foght will present new scholarship cup -- Class holds debate on freedom of press -- Present mystery thriller: Second play of season to be offered on Thursday and Friday -- All-school banquet will not be given -- Work of Eleanor Essex for poor farm inmates commended in Monitor -- Hillbrand attends meet of education teachers in Topeka -- Hays teachers try new assembly plan -- Dean Sipple writes of experiences in vessel near China -- English suffragette addresses students: Christabel Pankhurst asserts past and present problems are alike -- Dean speaks to P.T.A. -- Register January 5 to 11 -- Celebrants drag sore bodies home after "skate": Crowd keeps floor polished at second All-U frolic -- Profs. elect Fletcher to high post -- Sixty volumes of German literature added to library -- Glee Club presents program in chapel -- Annual contest begins -- Hays prof. conducts U.S. animal census -- Suffragette gives ideas on youth -- Rare books are in Morrison Library -- Political situation in Syria / Paul Swiden -- Who killed Mr. Wales is question of the day / H. C. R. -- New low level is reached for dating here, report shows -- Rural Soviets to be executed, fire grain -- Society and clubs: Formal dance will be given by men of Webster; MacDowell Junior Music Club will sponsor dance; Omega Upsilon to entertain with formal dinner; Education Club host at dinner; Epsilon Kappa Rho entertain with Christmas party; Mrs. Hillbrand back from Beloit soon; Art Club to be honored by the Staples at party; Mother's Club of Phi Upsilon Sigma; Elizabeth Ford to wed John Flautt; University dames entertain husbands; Hard-times party to be given by Pi Alpha Pi frat; Mother’s Club of Alpha Gam is bridge sponsor; Margaret Jennings has house guest; Sorosis Society holds open house; Alpha Tau Sigma to have bridge; Freshmen dance to be given soon; Mother’s Club of Delta Omega hold meeting Friday; Christmas dinner given by D.O.; First Christmas dance was given Friday evening; Informal dinner given by Pi Kappa Psi Tuesday night -- Shockers tieup with Phillips in first basketball game of the season: Game is doped to be close as both teams are on an equal rating; Forney at center / Virg Priboth -- Washburn garners first in confernce by superb playing -- Moundbuilders lose four grid men in spring -- Nine letter men out for practice at Southwestern -- Rifle team will go to Kemper matches -- Cadet staff heads R.O.T.C. in parade -- Pyramids found on campus -- Track training to start soon after Christmas holiday -- 22 men are eligible for letters at Pittsburg -- All central team wins over Kansas eleven at Topeka -- Student confined in hospital carries 16 hours college works -- Bertha Achepohl winner in first archery tourney -- Friends University girls visit campus for annual playday
Photograph(s): Initiated to University Players: Miss Mary Katherine Tack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Tack, 230 South Crest Way, has recently been initiated into the University Players. p. 3 -- Scores touchdown in Kansas-Central game: Shown above is William Crawley, better know as "Ole Bill," who stumbled into a pass at the charity game played in Topeka last week and counted six points for his team. p. 4