The Sunflower, 1932-1933, no.01, September 21, 1932
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.38, no.1. Wichita, Kansas, September 21, 1932. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Council meets to appoint committees -- Students meet in first convocation -- Faculty members marries recently -- Five companies form at first R.O.T.C. drill -- All-school mixer held Friday night -- Ceremonies honor poem by Lieurance -- Education grads accept positions -- Positions are found for many students -- President Foght greets incoming freshmen class -- Women's council revises rules -- Open downtown college classes -- Comedy to open dramatic season -- 'Psychology and Life' is released -- Two added to faculty of University -- Sunflower's staff presents first issue -- Students helped by scholarships and loan funds -- Freshmen follow handbook guides -- Enrollment of students equals past -- Sixty enroll in Fine Arts -- Olympic games thrill student of University -- Gifford Booth is freshman president -- Regents complete plans for year -- Students in Russia are paid to attend college -- Lincoln honored by new likeness -- New bucket offers complete service -- Leaves to teach in Afghanistan -- Twin Cities take Staples' paintings -- Work in library well distributed -- Fire in freshman's car makes trouble -- Women welcome new students to school -- Band shows large number increase -- Shocker society: Fraternities elect pledges; Sorority doings; Alpha Gams host at variety dance; Foghts preside at annual tea; Pi Kaps celebrate tenth anniversary; Campus sisters honor new girls -- Tea for freshmen girls on Friday; Former W.U. girl is wed -- Downtown division of Fine Arts opens -- Bust of Lieurance is presented to school -- Shocker gridmen clash with Aggie "Wildcats" Saturday: Wildcats are favorite in opening game -- Kansas Aggies expect victory -- University Players to hold initiation -- Moundbuilders lack linesmen