The Sunflower, v.42, no.18 (January 21, 1937)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.42, no.18, Wichita, Kansas, January 21, 1937. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Student union building ready for new semester: Commons will open Monday -- Neff initiates new bulletin on research -- Ice reduces car crashes -- Orchestra now awaits premier -- Speech science section gets new machine -- Library adds Kansas Room and collection -- Instructor at college dies -- Walter Woods has article published -- Night school registration February 1 -- Vikings winners of intra-mural -- Board announces new staff; Leber named editor-in-chief -- Start editing of Parnassus after finals -- Police score perfect-plus -- 9401 students here 1926 -- Former cadet men now in Michigan -- Annual staff opens work on layouts -- 4-H publication goes to press -- Jardine prepares Colorado address -- Onsgard to return to school in week -- Debate meets announced by Carl England -- Stars fell out of heaven -- 'Skull practice' held for army -- Profs name own All-American -- First offices are opened in new structure -- Angulo sends travel letters -- Congressman holds leopard-hunt mark -- Farcical excuses will call the world's youth to slaughter -- Foreign-dominated field of fine arts is now becoming American -- Faculty members abuse some of the privileges granted them -- Ariel-Caliban squabble sets example for college students -- Stop! Think! Maiming someone is "fun" at a very dear price -- Short pants / Grenville Darling -- Collegiate world -- Flanked by textbooks-students cram for exams -- Speaker's book on Sweden is now available -- Selection made for ten best articles of '36 -- Thirteen new courses are on schedule -- Farm income up 12 percent -- Flu is cause of absences among W.U. professors -- R.O.T.C. band sponsors dance -- Betrothal of former student is revealed -- 'Pledgeship' is dinner theme -- Blue Key will name ten coeds at dance -- Pledges give mammy dinner for sorority -- X-ray discovers Raphael painting -- Art uses hearth for looks but gas for keeping warm -- Radio series is sponsored by Wichita P.T.A. -- Attempts to oust woman mayor fail -- Brain of Duke is pronounced 'fine' -- Roundabout -- Library gets popular books -- Kappa Rho has rush taffy pull -- Graduates are wed in quiet ceremony -- Marksmen are scheduled for heavy season -- Pi Alph hobo dance to be clever party -- Mark Watson heads Colophon -- Downing-Coyne vows are announced here -- W.A.A. to entertain at iceskating party -- Hays retains central lead; Pitt is second -- National group approves five for membership -- Billikins are now in league -- Ice rink sponsors collegiate night -- Mexicans fall before frosh -- Highest scores are submitted to rifle meet -- Mexico City team visits university -- Football rule needs change -- McAllister resumes duties after illness -- Barner in hospital after attack of flu -- Team avenges early defeat with victory -- Agency for unemployed gridsters is now open -- Newsletter goes to county papers -- Shockers lose to Pittsburg
Photograph(s): 4-H editor: Miss Lois Carpenter, junior in the College of Liberal Arts and sports editor of the Sunflower this semester, announces the tentative publication of the 4-H Club yearbook soon, of which she is editor-in-chief. p. 1 -- Editor: George Leber, senior, selected by the Board of Publications as editor-in-chief of the Sunflower for the coming semesterp. 1 -- [Curtis] Astle. p. 1 -- 26 years' service: Sgt. Francis McCarty, custodian of R.O.T.C. equipment at the univeristy, is celebrating 26 years of service in the U.S. Army this week. p. 2 -- Camera Woman; Camera Man: Representing their organizations, Alpha Tau Sigma and Webster, is Mary Alice Naramore, and Clifford Hunt, above, were declared Parnassus Camera Woman and Camera Man at the completion of the annual yearbook contest last week. p. 3
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The Sunflower
v.42 no.18
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