The Sunflower, v.42, no.02 (September 17, 1936)

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1936-09-17
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Lane, Charles , Mood, Robert G. , Williamson, Carol Shelley
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.42, no.2, Wichita, Kansas, September 17, 1936. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Neutrality is discussed in open forum -- W.A.A. party for freshmen to be Tuesday -- Election -- Contracts let next week on '37 Parnassus -- Scholarship to W.U. graduate -- Gym project financed by federal aid -- Mary Neff to Northwestern -- Increase in funds adds student jobs -- All-school pep rally set for first meeting -- Faculty listings to be released -- Freshmen give many opinions -- Eleven University girls are living in Hillside dormitory -- 88 students given jobs as teachers -- Four games in schedule for freshmen team -- Barbs hold first meet today noon -- Varsity Friday inaugurates all-school affairs -- Ichabods drill for Shockers -- Enrollment is increased for semester -- Hekhuis shows how library budget shared -- Vote! -- Seniors again give advice, and freshmen still take it -- The Kansas Diamond Jubilee deserves entire cooperation -- Morrison Library offers fine facilities to University students -- Short pants / Kathleen Hite -- Collegiate world -- University bulletin -- Shockers or cyclones? Which would you say? -- F's mean A in n eye test -- Topics chosen for Y.W. talks -- New specimens put in museum -- Texas boasts oil wells on campus -- Auditor completes '35 tax recording -- Formal rushing closes for sororities Thursday night -- Prominent alumni of University marry -- Ninety pledges for fraternities -- Soc in th' puss -- New rule is big handicap for varsity -- Lincoln La Paz founded and blasted S.C. "Jinx" -- Women's sport glances / Phyllis Powell -- Bus is halted by W.U. girls -- Max Muller here on short furlough
Photograph(s): In whose hands lie: The destinies of the freshman class were chosen by their classmates last week to superintend freshman activities during the coming year. They are, from left to right, Jimmy Menasco, treasurer; Miss Betty Bill Romigh, vice president; Edmond Jacoby, Board of Publications representative; Jimmy Christian, seated, president; Gene Setzer, secretary; Harold Priddle, Men's Student Council representative; Miss Martha Barrett, Women's Student Council Representative. p. 1 -- Faculty additions: [Harry K.] Lamont, [Gladys] Sissel; [Harry M.] Kauffman; [Paola] Conte; [Robert G.] Mood; [Charles E.] Lane; [Carol Shelley] Williamson. p. 1 -- Sorosis pledge: Miss Catherine Gilbert, sophomore in the College of Education, who pledged Sorosis sorority last Sunday. p. 3
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The Sunflower
v.42 no.2
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