The Sunflower, 1931-1932, no.14, December 16, 1931
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.37, no.14, Wichita, Kansas, December 16, 1931. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Vacation to start on Dec. 18 -- Omaha president praises University -- Library to remain open over holidays -- Brooks returns from Des Moines -- Faculty members to attend Tulane meet -- Library staff has Christmas meeting -- International Club holds yuletide meet -- Brown to council meeting -- Students present musical program -- Seasons greetings from the President / H. W. Foght -- University assists in North Central Association survey -- University student removed to hospital -- Rifle teams are invited to enter at Kemper shoot -- Organizations join in vesper service -- Christmas was not always celebrated on December 25 -- Announce student advisors -- Forter wins week's rifle competition -- Dr. Ver Wiebe elected by Kansas geologists -- Averages for first semester compiled in cup competition -- Geology students to Tulsa meeting -- Barbs are supporting yearbook -- Eighteen take aptitude test -- Future Republicans convene at Topeka -- Modern yuletide greetings traced to Norse mythology -- Shocker society: Sororities and fraternities; Pi Kappa Psi party closes holiday dances; Alpha Tau party is December 26; Football team entertained by campus sororities; University Dames entertain husbands at Holyoke Hall; Phyllis Wheatley home honored by Christmas party; Lew Seibert will play for Alpha Gamma formal; Holiday marriage is of interest to University set; Sorority party follows yuletide in decorations; Phi Alphs hold informal at Shipley home; Webster gives holiday party at Crestview; Luncheon honors Miss Edith Fultz -- Wichita U. meets McPherson cagemen at East High, Saturday, Dec. 19: Shockers meet strong Bulldog quintet next Saturday at 8 o'clock -- Shockers meet Kansas Aggies in first game -- 18,006 chose All-American football team -- Ward heads 1932 C. of E. grid team -- Georgia Elwell high scorer in archery -- Players rosters for intramural B.B. due Friday -- Wichita defeats Alva Teachers in ragged game -- Press box angle / Kenneth Hays -- Women's sports / Dorothea Kyle
Photograph(s): Omega Upsilon president: Miss Eunice Snyder, 103 N. Crestview, who is president of the Omega Upsilon pledges. Omega Upsilon is a national honorary dramatical sorority here on the campus. Miss Snyder is a freshman here at the University. p. 3 -- 1931-32 University of Wichita basketball squad: Coach Gene Johnson's cage squad that is considered one of the strongest in the Central conference. Composed for the most part of freshmen and sophomores, the team has already shown power both on offense and defense. Front row, left to right: Arnold, Dole, F. Johnson, V. Johnson, Woodman, Kruse, Bailey, , Long. Second row: Coach Johnson, Capt. Bill Hennigh, Neeley, Seedle, McLaughlin, McCormick. Back row: Vaughn, Engle, Erwin, Ragland, Dedrick, Roberts, Fink. p. 4