The Sunflower, 1930-1931, no.18, February 11, 1931

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.36, no.18, Wichita, Kansas, February 11, 1931. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Memorial drive is under way -- Engineering student to study chickens -- Geology museum gets addition of two new curios -- Aeronautics to test air model -- Annual show is planned -- Greek letter houses in state tax fight? -- Forensic magazine mentions debators -- Washington Ball second semester event of Feb. 20 -- Convocation held to honor Lincoln -- Journalsm school offers prizes for outstanding work -- R.O.T.C. targets mailed for rating -- Kansas historians to hear Dr. Rydjord soon -- Students invited to meet -- "Minisa" presented in first appearance before musical club -- Safety in driving campaign -- Nations differ people agree -- Dr. Crum explains crime book effect: Appeal due to picture of criminal life of romance, he states -- Scribners Magazine contest announced -- Ver Wiebe explains the quake in New Zealand -- Prohibition books added to library -- Dean Lieurance is new master at the keyboard melody -- Society: Delta Omega will give dinner for pledges Friday; Sorosis alumnae joins activities in social meeting; Elberta Strum wed Saturday; Freshman party to be given on the Twenty-first: Neff and Rape in charge of committees to be appointment; Valentine tea honors Alpha Tau sponsors; Initiation held for pledges of Alpha Tau -- Shocker relay team meets Haskell in K.C.A.C. races Saturday: Manning will defend record in mile race -- Shockers get even break in two conference games -- Manning wins over Fordham star in meet -- Girls' rifle team to Kemper shoot -- Shockers play Emporia team
Photograph(s): New Sorosis pledge: Miss Ernestine Seydell who has enrolled in the University of Wichita for the second semester, has become a pledge of Sororis sorority. Miss Seydell was formerly a student of Wellsley, and of the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, respectively. She is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Seydell, 400 N. Crest Way. / Courtesy of the Wichita Beacon. p. 3 -- Winner!: Harold Manning, winner of the Millrose A. A. 2 mile miss-and-out race and All-American track selection. He races in the K.C.A.C. indoor track carnival at Kansas City Saturday. p. 4