The Sunflower, v.41, no.14 (December 12, 1935)

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1935-12-12
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Article(s): Plans made to break ground Monday for union building: Students begin to see new campus as changes remold appearance here -- Shocker cagers go up against Tulsa and Southern California: Open season Friday night -- Five games in a week -- Howard addresses members of club -- Final date set for schedules -- Dell Hitchner arrives in Lawrence for first test: Competes for honor of scholarship at Oxford -- McDonald again made president -- Roy W. Elliott back from Phoenix, Ariz. -- Classes switched again for convo -- Play to tell of Christmas -- Plans for holiday made by Y.W.C.A. at last meeting -- Palmer reviews work in clinic -- Munsell to play before music class -- W.U. to be prominent in student meet -- Chemistry classes attend Standard's gas demonstration -- Library adds English books -- Students to debate for places on team -- Hein has valuable stamp collection -- Students will direct plays -- Cadets take first tests -- Local A.A.U.P. unit to meet next week -- Grad club to meet -- In support of the amendment to prevent compulsory training -- Short pants / Loy Wood-- Collegiate world -- University bulletin -- Mention given to W.U. grads -- Shakespeare's play success -- All divisions are featured -- School delay is foreseen -- Alumni splinters -- Library gets new book racks -- University society: Miss Piper announces Alpha Tau’s programs; Sorosis group will give tea; Kappa Rhos to have semi formal Dec. 21; Kappa Rho members are to be honored; Alpha Tau to preside at Christmas party; Delta Omega gives Christmas formal; Matrix sorority holds pledge service; French group to have party; Kid party to be given by students; Phi Sig Mother's Club entertains the chapter; Matrix-Colophon have annual informal dinner; W.A.A. entertains at Christmas party; Scavenger hunt to be held tonight -- U.S.C. brings mangy squad -- Manning to run in Tulsa meet -- Season opens for Shockers -- Women's sports glances / Kathryn Ann Emery -- Ten teams in season’s play -- Gridley's to meet champions to night -- "W" club holds first meeting -- Nation-wide poll picks All American -- Pi Kaps lead in tournament -- Grid season in 3-way tie -- Hennigh "All American" returns to coach Alma Mater basketball teams -- Barbs victory ends football season
Photograph(s): Ready for some tough basketball: These two University men join with several more this weekend in trying to bring basketball victory in the Shockers over the University of Tulsa, the University of Southern California and Friends University. On the left is Gerhardt Eikermann, pivot man, and on the right is Pike Gawthrop, forward, and sure to be among the starting five. p. 2 -- [Jack] Rathbone. p. 1 -- More than 500 parents attend program: One of the most successful Parents’ Days since the affair was introduced seven years ago was attended last Sunday by more than five hundred parents and students. Among those on campus for the afternoon and snapped by a Sunflower photographer were, upper left, Graham Almond and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Almond of Kechi, Kan. Mrs. F. W. Rigner and daughter, Miss June Rose Illgner are shown to the right. Below, left to right, are Mrs. L. B. Joiner, Miss Louise Bowman, Miss Maudie Russell, Miss Aline Joiner, Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Stearns and Miss Jeanette Stearns. p. 1 -- Loy Wood. p. 2 -- President of Home Economics Club: Miss Virginia Kilbourne is president of the Home Economics Club of the University. The annual Christmas dinner of the organization is to be held tomorrow evening in the home of Miss Eunice Schwelter. p. 3
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.41, no.14, Wichita, Kansas, December 12, 1935. - 5 pages
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