The Sunflower, 1932-1933, no.02, September 28, 1932

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.38, no.2, Wichita, Kansas, September 28, 1932. - 4 pages
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Article(s): 40 students try out for Mrs. Fraser -- Students invited to open house -- Business students plan organization -- Many colleges represented on teaching staff -- Postpone elections of upper classes -- Post convocation seat assignments -- Freshmen to wear green caps, ribbons -- Prominent student dies past summer -- Sunflower to conduct preferential straw vote -- Minisa bridge is dedicated -- Require pictures to be taken today -- Leaders and party groups form line-up -- Fire prevention contest starts -- Organize plans for women's pep group -- Elva Buskirk president of Kappa Delta Pi -- Instructors do field work -- Frank Mahin is freshmen high scorer -- Little Symphony members chosen -- Council issues constitution of student body -- New score board on athletic field -- Students hear debate Monday -- Activity books are distributed Monday -- Mexican pyramids rival the famed ones of Egypt -- Organize R.O.T.C. band for year -- Appoint Hillbrand captain of team -- Shakespearean art rides west -- Alumni magazine to appear next week -- Many dollars are stored in museum -- Shocker society: Fraternties; Alpha Gams give first fall party; Sunday coffee honors Sorosis; W.U. fraternities announce pledges; Farewell dinner for John Wenzel; Wilkie and Foght honor new girls; Music faculty plans courtesy; Dramatic open to interested students -- Favor Shockers against F.U. Quakers in first home game: Large crowd expected at home game -- Break 26-year-old tradition as Shockers battle Quakers / Virgil Priboth -- Kansas Aggies beat Shockers -- Washburn meets Emporia Friday
Photograph(s): Tests reveal the highest rating freshmen: Nine of the 10 freshmen who are rated by Dr. W. H. Mikesell, head of the psychology department, as the most brilliant members of this year's freshmen class judging by the results of the psychological test given all freshmen, are pictured above. Eight of the 10 students chosen were graduates from the Wichita high school East. Those shown are, back row, left to right, Lester M. Cain, Liberal, Kan.; Phil Fancher, Frank M. Mahin. Center row, Kenneth M. Nickel, Miss Vera Setzer, Richard O. Jones. Front row, Miss Jamie Sproat, Miss Jessie Wickham, Columbia, Ga., and Miss Amelia Welkow. Miss Helen Louise Carr is the tenth member of the group. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 1 -- Pictured above is Miss Louise Coleman, sophomore, who attended Kansas Agriculture college last year where she was adjudged one of the six beauty queens in addition to carrying the title of "Sweetheart Queen of Kansas State." Miss Coleman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Coleman. p. 3 -- Speedy halfback, star punter: Charles McLaughlin, fast halfback on the Gerbert eleven, whose long distance punting probably prevented a larger score for the Aggies as they humbled the Shockers Saturday, 26 to 0. McLaughlin is undoubtedly one of Wichita's best kickers in many years. p. 4
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The Sunflower
v.38 no.2
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