The Sunflower, 1931-1932, no.09, November 11, 1931
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.37, no.9, Wichita, Kansas, November 11, 1931. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Hold mock political conclave -- Dr. Foght toe make Wellington speech -- Home Economics Club has display -- Bursar witness at tax hearing -- Anita Brown will represent Student Council at Toledo -- University library staff attends meet -- Men's Glee Club presents program -- Dramatic season to open -- Survey of campus made by R.O.T.C. -- Pi Kappa Delta council names debate subject -- Theater orchestra will appear at all University plays -- Ancient jinx called as annual battle looms -- Parents to visit campus -- W.U. man authors books of poetry -- Staples talks on European travels -- Students trek to Winfield -- Girls' rifle class has first meeting -- Rydjord attends Manhattan meet -- Girls here do not favor standard test for dates -- World War vets among faculty -- To buddies gone west / Marvin T. McConnell -- Shocker society: Fraternities and sororities; Festive parties fill holiday season; Invited guests to slumber party; Holds open house following 'Clarence'; Weiner roast given by Loraine Israel; German Club has varied plans for year's work; Y.W.C.A. hears Jessica Smith in disarmament talk -- Shockers fight Southwestern at Winfield in Armistice Day game: Shockers prepared to conquer builder jinx Armistice Day -- Cage prospects brighten at W.U. -- Wichita tramples Hays Teachers by 61-0 victory -- Wichita has best of jinx in past builder contests -- Women's sports / Dorothea Kyle -- Gebert addresses Kansas educators
Photograph(s): The jinx stirs from its tomb and walks abroad for a day when ancient rivals meet in the annual Southwestern-Wichita football game. The spirit of the jinx will accompany the Wichita warriors in their attempt to avenge past defeats at the hands of their arch rivals. This picture is a reproduction of an old photograph of the sacred stone. p. 1 -- Captain of girls unit: Miss Alberta Bainbridge is captain of then Girls' Drill team of the University for the coming year. Miss Bainbridge, a member of Alpha Tau Sigma, is also a member of the Girls' Rifle team. p. 3 -- Southwestern college football celebrities: Four reasons why Southwestern college believes that the Jinx will live again this year. From left to right they are: Ernest Radford, two letter guard; Dick Baitzell, considered one of the most dangerous triple threat-men ever developed at the Builder school; Bern Parker, star end, and Martin Ossowski, fast heavy tackle. These players have been the mainstays of the Builder eleven during the 1931 season both on defense and the offensive. p. 4