The Sunflower, 1932-1933, no.08, November 9, 1932

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.38, no.8, Wichita, Kansas, November 9, 1932. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Faculty and parents meet Sunday -- Speech professor is complimented -- Many apply for place in state music groups -- New yearbook is being considered -- Play season will open with comedy -- Freshmen to take oath of loyalty -- Work of Staples being displayed -- R.O.T.C. unit gives Armistice program -- Omega Upsilon plays chosen -- Attilio Baggiore in first program -- University pays tribute to memory of its war dead -- Candidates chosen for homecoming -- University women go to state meet -- Sipple president of state teachers -- Omnibus home fetes alumni with reunion -- Orchestra will appear at play -- Session acts on activity discussion -- Survey reveals many gum chewers -- Curtis' advice to students; Choose profession early -- Changes made in Sunflower staff -- Voting booth is declared success -- Wilkie attends Texas convention -- Student no-car rule is repealed -- Pep rally to be held Thursday -- Students act as practice teachers -- Henry Ware Allen is speaker at meeting -- Dress rehearsal is a trying time -- Downtown unit shows increase -- Shocker society: Coming activities planned at meetings of Greek societies; Entertain group at treasure hunt; Tau Omega issues first bulletin; Journalists will form fraternity; R.O.T.C. makes plans for military ball; Open house fetes Winfield guests -- Coach Gebert's gridmen continue threats at C.C. honor: Presbyterians of college of Emporia next -- Pitt weakened -- Alpha Gam team held scoreless -- Shockers down Southwestern in annual grudge game, 19 to 0 -- Washburn bumps Pittsburg, 26-7
Photograph(s): Cast in first play: Robert Williams, left, who has a prominent part in "The First Mrs. Fraser," Richard Jones, right, who is cast as James Fraser in the production, which is presented Thursday and Friday by the University Players. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 1 -- Heads pledges: Miss Ruth Murray, freshman, has recently been elected president of the Pi Kappa Psi pledges of the University. She was graduated from Wichita high school east last spring. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 3 -- Pledge: Miss Mary Hague, freshman, has been pledged to Epsilon Kappa Rho, social sorority, and Omega Upsilon, national dramatic sorority. She is vice president of the Omega Upsilon pledges. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 3 -- Capt. Ward: Shown above is Guy Ward, guard on the College of Emporia grid eleven, who will captain the destinies of the Presbyterians as they attempt to stop the Shockers' march toward a Central conference title. p. 4 -- V. Wilson slashes thru Builders: Virgil Wilson, Shocker fullback, is shown above as he crashed off tackle through the Southwestern line last Friday afternoon for the University of Wichita's first touchdown. This speedy, shifty, and elusive fullback was "poison" to the Builder hopes as he charged viciously into their defense time and again for long gains. p. 4
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The Sunflower
v.38 no.8
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