The Sunflower, 1930-1931, no.19, February 18, 1931
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.36, no.19, Wichita, Kansas, February 18, 1931. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Alumni sponsor varsity -- Teams will debate free trade policy -- Foght to attend meet at Detroit -- Council may bar nine from varsities: Nine students who crashed last varsity must pay the price of their ticket -- Varsities will be open to all stags, agrees council -- Six nationalities represented at U.: India, Lithuania, Syria, Japan, France, China made international University -- Wilkie presides at Joplin meet -- European tour is planned: Clayton Staples, Director of Art, will conduct trip for students -- Thirteen students awarded degrees -- Sunflower launches safe driving policy for campus -- Hillbrand chosen director of next summer session -- Duties of college education defined -- Wrestling match is added feature of Hippodrome -- Parnassus heads appointed in spring -- Kansas colleges show progress -- Sunflower is to sponsor second All-Student Day -- Girls' drill team is graded and ranked by cadet officers -- Schrader and Wenzel play leading roles in "The Tempest" -- Chemistry majors take gov't exams -- Students produce volume of history -- Students hurt in crash at Newton -- Tuition survey shows low fees of University -- Proration oil puzzle explained by Van [sic] Wiebe -- Junior class published first Parnassus in 1902 -- East Indian lamp tells of ancient custom of India -- First use of title Wheatshocker for Wichita in 1904 -- 'Hades' Week duties keep pledges busy -- Student crashes jobless gates to study conditions -- Society: No stag limit for freshmen frolic Saturday night; D.O. Sorority receives gift from pledges; Websters hold formal initiation; Sponsors honored at sorority tea; R.O.T.C. and girls drill team guests at formal ball -- Unusual origin of term "Jayhawker" -- Map shows where graduates teach -- Historical group elects Rydjord -- Clubs: Pre-Medic Club uses members as speakers; Constance McArthur speaks for League of Women Voters; Jefforsonian announces club officers; Women's Glee Club travels; Clark Eichelberger speaks Wednesday on world problems; International Club guests Monday night of the Mexican Club; Y.W.C.A. hostess at Valentine tea; Harold Manning was honored by men of Webster -- Columbia graduate student is refugee -- Opera appeals to even the newsboy -- Dope favors Gorilla win in close game -- Shocker team beats Haskell in K.C.A.C. races -- Frosh defeat Hornet squad -- Shockers win three games from two Emporia teams -- Swimming for girls at Elks Club pool -- 'Freak break' at Sedgwick started Manning's career -- Spring football practice starts -- Board of Regents favor track plan -- St. Olaf student in international ski tournaments -- Eagles in a tie with Websters in intramural race -- Stauffer heads swimming team
Photograph(s): Roy Scheussler is cast in the role of Caliban in the ninth annual Shakespearean production given by the Dramatic Art department of University of Wichita. p. 1 -- Miss Jayne Schrader, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Schrader, 517 N. Terrace drive [sic], has been selected to play the part of "Miranda" in the Shakesperean play "The Tempest" which will be given in March. p. 3 -- John Neff, president of the freshman class says that stag list for Freshman Frolic is to be unlimited. p. 3 -- This is the track team which represented the University of Wichita in the K.C.A.C indoor track carnival a Kansas City Saturday. Manning is pictured at the extreme left, with Coach Groerger next. Then follow Rennick. Forward, Walker and Widney. The mile relay team which defeated the Haskell Indians in the fastest time of the meet. p. 4 -- Pictured is Schmidt, all-conference selection at center last year, who will play that position with the Pittsburg Gorillas here Tuesday night. p. 4