The Sunflower, 1931-1932, no.08, November 4, 1931
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.37, no.8, Wichita, Kansas, November 4, 1931. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Campus converted to gypsy camp for homecoming -- College students may combat crime -- Music membership open to students according to pres. -- Ex-governor talks at joint banquet -- Thermo dynamics class organized -- Carnegie report worries seniors -- Make plans for student attendance at Winfield -- Community chest appeal made in assembly today -- Cossitt is round table chairman -- University class urged to cheat -- Annual parents day to be held on November 16 -- Bring football trophy up to date -- Compile student slang dictionary -- Secrecy shrouds annual -- Morrison Library receives pamphlets -- Rumor has it that Clarence figures in family triangles -- Ancient city is discovered in floor of the Black Sea -- Shocker society: Fraternities and sororities; Phi Upsilon Sigma will honor pledges at informal dance; Wedding date of former Wichita U. student revealed; Homecoming Queen honored with informal courtesies; Omega U. pledge officers elected; Gypsy breakfast given by Webster; Military ball planned for November 20th; Thirteen pledged at art fraternity -- Hays Teachers invade Wichita field Friday, Nov. 6 in day game: Wichita trains for Tiger game; Several stars unable to play -- Shockers swamp Nebraska eleven under 71-0 win -- Women's sports / Dorothea Kyle -- Wichita leads in past Hays games -- Hinton will attain a national rating as hockey umpire
Photograph(s): Miss Anita Brown, Sorosis, who reigned as Gispy [sic] Queen on Homecoming, Saturday, and in whose honor several delightful parties were given. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 3 -- Shocker freshman find: Jack Grubb, playing his first year of college football under Coach Gebert, is considered one of the finds of the present season. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 4 -- Hays State Teachers start: Four Tiger players who are expected to strengthen the Hays offense. Right to left are Quinian, end; Neal, quarter; Meyers, tackle, and Firebaugh, end. p. 4