The Sunflower, v.42, no.16 (January 7, 1937)

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1937-01-07
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.42, no.16, Wichita, Kansas, January 7, 1937. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Fraternities looking for new homes -- Best stories are announced -- Parnassus -- Names on aid list are being reconsidered -- Contest outlined for university student - poets -- Local scouters to be national -- Jardine to attend education meeting -- Final exam schedule is announced -- Short stories are due soon -- Schulte heads new syndicate -- Apple shiners, attention! This will save you time / Doug Nunn -- Poster exhibit features week in art building -- Dr. Branch get questionnaire -- State honors history book of local man -- Parnassus will name winners -- Childs will lecture to group here -- 4-H yearbook goes to press January 11 -- Convo slides made by art instructor -- Notice -- Malone reports convention to student council -- Pre-enrollment for next term started Monday -- Tiddledy Winks tourney ends -- New bulletins outline work of cadet cops -- Shockin' Sues to lend hand at S.W. game -- Local cadets to get promotion -- Schedules are in registrars office -- David to review new best seller -- Politics here as safe as the right person as insurance policy -- 'Modern' U.S. penal institutes point to 'marvelous progress' -- Weak excuses for zoning bans demand further investigation -- "It's a snap course," is self incriminating statement -- Short pants / Grenville Darling -- Collegiate world -- University bulletin -- Fraternities, sororities elect mid year officers -- Profs scatter for holidays -- Zoology head receives quiz on biography -- Now, with the battle won, we can offer an opinion -- Opening of Commons is postponed -- Lindsay Austin goes to capital -- Prof. Palmer gives lecture at state school -- Grad us called to assist C.A. -- Rifle range is improved by M'Allister -- Rifle, volley ball season get under way -- Alumnae have annual reunion -- Roundabout -- Dinner honors new fraternity sponsor -- Eaton-Spines nuptials will take place soon -- Marriage vows unite couple New Year's Day -- Hull-Jewett wedding attendants are chosen -- Y.W. members hold tea in club rooms -- Ties to horses-Santa's gift to eds and coeds -- Simple dignity marks nuptials -- Shockers win over Colorado -- Pi "Alph' dance opens social season -- Clever party fetes recent bride elect -- Smith-Howard wedding will be a June event -- Kirkpatrick heads DeMolay in 1937 -- Websters have Sunday dinner -- Dr. Branch entertains at holiday open house -- One-act plays to be offered -- Stones announce September wedding -- Builders are Shockers foes Saturday eve -- Six cage foes meet tonight in intramurals -- Sports chaff / Lois Carpenter -- R.O.T.C. cage team polishes up game -- Women's winter sports continue -- Fencing class begins Monday -- Women's sport glances / Phyllis Powell-- Major Rutledge is heard on program
Photograph(s): Tip-off man: Cal Stewart, Shocker center, whose playing features the team's new style of basketball this year. This is his third year of competitionp. 2 -- Reed. p. 3 -- Emery. p. 3 -- Chairman: Miss Mary Elizabeth Elder, senior, and member of Alpha Tau Sigma sorority, who was chairman of Kappa Delta Pi, national honorary educational fraternity, social meeting Monday night. p. 3 -- Guarding a teammate: Ray Dehon, left, is shown guarding his teammate, Pike Gawthrop, regularly a forward, but now playing the guard position. p. 4
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The Sunflower
v.42 no.16
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