The Sunflower, v.42, no.05 (October 8, 1936)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.42, no.5, Wichita, Kansas, October 8, 1936. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Students rally for first home game with Tech: Texans open on field tomorrow -- W.A.A. state delegates in meet here -- Summer school standards rate high at meet -- Palmer directs speech clinic -- Astronomers have new eye -- School has exhibits in exposition -- Rogers is head of Political Club -- Kansas Diamond Jubilee depicts state progress -- Graphs show reading habits -- Bill Fine heads local DeMolay -- Virginia Morrison heads French Club -- Pan-American Club to meet -- All-school dance to follow game -- Contract let for yearbook photographs -- Frosh refuse green crowns -- Art students ready for new location -- Band to play at stock show in Kansas City -- Houston talks to Democrats -- Mikesell lectures to state teachers -- Class of 1940 is very large -- Kansas will shine during huge Diamond Jubilee celebration -- Fight against prominent social evils may end the wage rackets -- Short pants / Grenville Darling -- Collegiate world -- University bulletin -- Shocker "elite" listed on relic -- University faculty to honor freshmen -- Websters hold fall informal -- Delta O. celebrates soroity's founding --Soc in th' puss -- Tech battle opens home grid season -- Men's sport shorts / Lois Carpenter -- Badminton tourney drawing interest -- Central teams hit hard luck -- Women's sport glances / Phyllis Powell -- Mail Associaton gives new book
Photograph(s): State Chairman: Miss Betty Gensch, junior and stage chairman of W.A.A., who will direct the organization's convention activities here next Monday and Tuesday. p. 1 -- Head Texas invaders: Directing and leading the Red Raiders of Texas Tech tomorrow night will be head coach Pete Cawthon. Captain Demp Cannon, Line Captain Louis Jones, and Line Coach Dutchy Smith. Cannon will start as quarterback in the Toreador lineup and Jones holds down left guard position. p. 1
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The Sunflower
v.42 no.5
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