The Sunflower, 1932-1933, no.06, October 26, 1932
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.38, no.6, Wichita, Kansas, October 26, 1932. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Association to accredit on new basis -- University of Dublin debate with K.U. -- Homecoming events limited to campus -- Glen Priddle is granted highest academic honor -- Black and gold uniforms chosen -- Kappa Delta Pi announces rushees -- Ticket sale for plays will begin -- Graduates, faculty will give a dinner -- Democrat publishes student's articles -- Student opinion differs over Halloween question -- Debate tryouts' session tonight -- Orchestra plays for Rotary Club -- Drum and Bugle Corps selected -- Appoint graduate as new assistant -- College graduates earn money even in Depression / College News Services -- File protest of control activities -- Students act as cadet teachers -- R.O.T.C. band is commended -- Dean Lieurance begins practice on latest poem -- Team invited to enter matches -- University chorus gives broadcast -- University to sponsor music meet -- Army men receive intensive training -- Student poets have troubles -- Campus gaiety hit by depression -- Strawberries are given to Foght -- Foreign labor ban provokes prexys / College News Service -- Students learn of police work -- Giant telescope for Texas U. -- Queer actions of students explained -- Shocker society: Kappa Rho fetes pledges at dance -- Shippley host to college group -- Fraternities -- Sororities -- Webster men host at barn dance -- Sorosis alumnae sponsor a benefit -- French games played at club meet -- Tau Omega pledges nine at 'smoker' -- Scabbard and Blade plan military ball -- Ramona Wiley wed to Vernon Vaughn -- Informal honors Alpha Tau pledges -- Pledges honored at fall dance -- Leap year varsity to be November 4 -- Pledges sponsor benefit bridge -- Titular hopes fade as Shockers are beaten; Play Hays next: Gorillas score twice in final period of game -- Nineteen men join 2 boxing classes -- Sports / Virgil Priboth -- Washburn leads conference race -- Second team meets Emporians Saturday -- 25,00 K.U.-Notre Dame seats sold -- Plan appreciation program for class -- Trophy cases are presented to K.U. -- "Gridironies" / Don Ashbaugh -- Stagg may continue as Chicago U. coach / College News Service -- Jayhawker presented to K.U. chancellor -- Pick delegates to state meet -- Wheatshockers are superior -- Women's sports / Dorothea Kyle --
Photograph(s): Moundbuilder: Dick Baltzell, Southwestern fullback, who will be watched carefully when the Moundbuilders renew their grid feud with the Shockers in the next Wichita game. p. 4 -- Moundbuilder: Virgil Bruce, stellar end on the Winfield eleven, who has been figuring very prominently in the Moundbuilders strong showing so far this season. p. 4 -- Moundbuilder: Martin Ossowski, tackle, who is one of the "big guns" in the line of the Southwestern grid eleven which will battle the Shockers a week from Friday afternoon in the stadium field. p. 4