The Sunflower, 1932-1933, no.23, March 15, 1933
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.38, no.23, Wichita, Kansas, March 15, 1933. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Council cuts admission to varsity hops -- Geology students make initial trip -- Students organize democratic club -- Music students appear before large audience -- Websters choose cast for comedy -- Problems of India told in convocation -- Economic meet held at Emporia -- Authorities jail foreign student -- Tilden will name "Miss University of Wichita" -- Faculty to read papers for meet -- Choose judges for Hippodrome -- Civic theater presents plays -- Faculty votes cut in wages -- Fencing club may be organized soon -- Klepper wins in Oklahoma debate meet -- Five cent fare now effective -- Students strikes are short lived -- North Central Association to rate schools -- Lieurance gives forum concert -- Name cadet officers for R.O.T.C. -- Music pupils see chemistry exhibit -- Co-eds deny liking for caveman tactics -- Students wishes are widely varied -- Oriental students discuss differences -- Economy does not stint fashion or good taste -- Chair cover requires 50 million stitches -- New volume has variety of facts -- Literature and religion depicted -- Gene Lloyd gathers matches by bushels -- Sponsors of Tibbett hold essay contests -- Sopranos sings for appreciation class -- Probability of use of horses is shown -- Hot dogs and Cokes favored by students -- University society: Freshmen have St. Patrick prom; Dames have guest day tea; Bachelor's Club to preside at dinner; Kappa Rho's are bridge sponsors; Social events are scheduled by clubs; Musical program is presented for club; Fraternities; Sororities; Sorority to interview prominent journalists; D.O.'s entertain at "barn dance"; Army unit holds battalion parade; Social affairs fete musicians; Student of last semester is wed; Reception honors fraternity guests; Former student to wed in April; Education frat to pledge seventeen -- Shocker trackmen have good prospects for Drake relays: New material will boost Shocker hopes in track -- Webster 'profs' tie, first place -- Men's sports / Bob Woods -- Rifle team shoots tepegraphic match -- Tilden to play exhibition tilt with Nusslein -- Shockers defeat Emporia Hornets -- Basketeers lose clothes to thief -- Golf tournament set for April 13 -- Plan playground ball tournament -- Zeta Delts defeat Pi Alph cage team -- Tournament players have colorful tennis careers -- Baseball comes into lime-light
Photograph(s): Oratory winner: Miss Raezella Klepper placed first in oratory competition at the Durant, Okla. meet. p. 1 -- Men's debate team: Tom Croft and George Squibb placed third in the debate tournament at Durant, Okla. Debaters from seven states competed in the tournament which was held March 9 to 11. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 1 -- Arrange St. Patrick Prom: Miss Lonetta Brown and Bob Hornung are members of the committee arranging the St. Partick Prom, at which the freshmen of the University will entertain the entire student body. Mr. Hornung, president of the freshmen class, is the general committee chairman and Miss Brown is refreshment chairman. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 3