The Sunflower, 1930-1931, no.16, January 28, 1931
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.36, no.16, Wichita, Kansas, January 28, 1931. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Omnibus College to get aid: Council proposes changes -- Army cadets must know their stuff or lose high rank -- Dr. Findly dies in Iowa City Saturday: Former editor of Sunflower and Webster president remembered here -- King and queen are chosen -- Sociology dept. is praised for work -- President Foght says / Harold W. Foght -- Dr. Schreiber gives lecture course on Germany of today -- Speech Department to sponsor debates -- Rex Andrews given appointment to fill Annapolis vacancy -- Late Emily Sargent provides in will for domestic dept. -- Crawley football captain: Center on team two years is honored by squad -- Enrollment is not complete for this semester - Fletcher -- Use newspapers to spread good will among nations -- Fairmount president returns to campus, speaks to students: Dr. Rollins was head from 1914 to 1921, World War and years following -- Four debate teams from Europe combat -- Ghost walks thru The Green Gazette -- Omnibus College has unique beginning says Goldsmith -- Pfiffner conducts class of officials -- History and meaning of University seals are now explained -- You see it's this way -- Sheeleys defeated by Wichita freshmen -- Society and clubs: Sophomore clubs dance at the University; Surprise party for Earline Miller; Katrina Wallingford honored; Second semester officers selected; Phi Sigs to have semi-formal at Hotel Allis Sat.; Mrs. Joe Faust honored; Fratenity men entertain at informal dance -- Southwestern team showing good form -- Shockers in close win over Bethany; Intramural season underway: Bethany Swedes lose a contest to Johnson men -- Six teams contest for silver loving cup this season -- Shockers shoved into second place by Gorilla victory -- Wichita wins 18-16 with a fast finish -- Missouri College to enter Builders basket tournament -- Wichita trounces Phillips in rough and speedy game -- Shockers avenge previous defeat at hands of Tulsa
Photograph(s): Alden Brooks, who was chosen "Kodak King" of the University of Wichita in the annual Parnassus contest. p. 1 -- Nina Satterthwaite. p. 1 -- Dr. Walter Rollins. p. 1 -- Dr. Wm. M. Goldsmith. p. 1 -- Miss Bernadine Krause, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Krause, 431 North Ash, has recently neen elerted president of Delta Omega sorority. p. 3 -- Max von Schillings, conductor of the German Grand Opera company, which will present "Die Walkuere" at the Forum Feb. 11. p. 3 -- Johanna Gadski, who will sing the soprano lead in the Wagnerian Opera, "Die Walkuere". p. 3 -- Bill Crawley, 1931 Shocker grid captain. p. 4