The Sunflower, 1930-1931, no.20, February 25, 1931
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.36, no.20, Wichita, Kansas, February 25, 1931. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Schrader and Neff in leads -- Associations to aid Christian meeting -- Regent is pleased with growth of the University -- Sunflower uses news service -- Demonstrate new test for classes -- Governor to sign new bill -- Select new type for W.U. bulletns [sic] -- W.U. speedsters warned of dangerous driving on way to campus by motorcycle cop / H. Hoyt -- Eight schools to be represented in press conference -- Airplane purchased by W.U. student -- University debate team wins over Friends University -- Assignments made to cadet officers -- Dr. Goldsmith defends crumbling: Native of Arkansas explains old southern custom -- Delegates invited to model assembly at U. of Oklahoma -- Modern educational problems discussed -- To select three for Hall of Fame -- March 18 date set for second annual All-Student Day -- Spanish comedy to be presented April 16 and 17 -- Campanile pledges amount to $7,500 -- Changes ratified by student body -- "Cautious Hell" Week is contrast to former days -- Gavitt describes a fencing match at Northwestern -- Exams given faculty members by college publications unfair Wichita U. professors believe -- School prepares for chapter of Phi Beta Kappa -- Celluloid collar day yells, if used today, would bring laughter-- Society: Military ball colorful event of Friday last; Sorosis initiates pledges Wednesday; Dorothy Solomon to marry in fall; Pre-Medics to hear Dr. Basham; Faculty and Regents to have party; Zeta Delta Epsilon holds formal service; Invitation held for Kappa Rho pledges on Wed.; Program at Y.W. given by pupils of Helen Hill; Pi Kaps sponsor benefit bridge on Saturday; Pi Alpha Pi to initiate twelve tonight at house -- Clubs: World peace will be decided by students; Matrix hostess to women in journalism -- Students test their hearing by audiometer -- Shockers lose final home game to Pittsburg teachers 21-19: Play Builders on Friday for second place -- State BB tourney at athletic club -- Forty given medical examination Friday -- Hays teachers have new football coach -- Wichita team to Illinois meet March 14 -- Girls defeat K.S.A.C. and K.U. in Kemper meet -- Hopkins faculty urge football ban -- Drill team gets Shocker medals -- Girls' archery teams in meet with Tulsa U. -- Penn policy is not practical for West Coast Universities -- Hays drops game to Shockers, 41-26
Photograph(s): Clyde M. Smyser. p. 1 -- Miss Elizabeth Ward, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Ward, 418 North Roosevelt, who is president of University Players and an active member in Pi Kappa Psi sorority. (Courtesy of Beacon.) p. 3 -- Best pledges. p. 3 -- Ruthmary Francis is shown holding the loving cup which the girls' rifle team of the University of Wichita retained possesion of by winning the Kemper Military academy rifle tournament Saturday. The girls won the cup for the first time last year abd another win will insure permanent possession of it for the W.U. team. (Courtesy Wichita Beacon.) p. 4