The Sunflower, v.39, no.04 (October 18, 1933)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.39, no.4, Wichita, Kansas, October 18, 1933. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Faculty to investigate C.C. charges -- Minisa group schedules out-of-town appearances -- Enrollment includes 98 state towns -- Foghts to spend winter in Southern California -- Name leads in drama of November 23 -- F.U. voluntary attendance plan is working well -- Band performs at home games -- Student directory is scheduled for Monday -- W.U. Frosh rank sixth in tests -- Plans for the 1934 year book being formed -- Kappa Delta Pi activities start -- Freshman class arranges dance -- College heads attend reunions -- Bookstore may see change of hands -- Parking tickets to be observed -- Make plans for W.U. Rifle team -- W.U. students publish paper -- Business club elects officers -- Sleeping sickness feared today similar to Poe's famed "Red Death" -- Duke athletics head names major sports' contributions to education -- University bulletin -- Graveyard lives again with cops -- Museum's miniature castle breathes romance and mysticism of the East -- Robin Hood tales branded 'legendary' by W.U. Archers -- Oberg, Hansen to have reception -- R.O.T.C. band unit is complimented -- Campusology -- Fire prevention discloses book -- Capone tailors prisoner's suits -- Member of a one-time landed aristocracy of old Europe is now freshman at University of Wichita -- Henry J. Allen to speak at Y.M. -- Campus opinion -- Tower of Blood reflects cruelty of Henry Eighth -- National Recovery Act is backed by students / James Crenshaw -- Bob Reedy is head of aeronautics fraternity -- Discontented cow completes pilgrimage to Science Hall -- Mae West's old piano player tells of her vaudeville days -- Roundabout -- Colleges show enrollment gain -- University of Texas to begin construction work -- Season's fashion dictates are set by cigarette advertisements -- Judges honored by D.O. actives -- Sorosis entertains open house guests -- Social calendar -- Overall dance held at Lassen -- Zeta Delt actives to honor pledges -- Pledges to inspire informal dance -- Dance introduces Sorosis pledges -- Nedra Dildines and Newt Duries wed in Newton -- Silver party will honor new pledges -- Marjorie Simonet feted on her birthday anniversary -- W.U. squad plays C. of E. Friday night -- Football squad represents twenty-nine Kansas schools -- Shockers tie Washburn for first position -- W.A.A. opens annual drive for members -- Jay Hunter now coach at Haskell -- Novice archery meet announced -- Timely spurt beats Hornets -- Websters hold baseball lead -- Shockers meet Missouri team -- Seven of clan attend C. of E. -- Play tennis semi-finals this week -- Basketball squad begins practices
Photograph(s): Photograph(s): Play leading roles in "As You Like It": Miss Vera Setzer will play the part of Rosalind, Oscar Kimwell, Orlando, and Miss Betina Bosworth will appear as Celia in the Shakespearean play which will open the dramatic season with its presentation on November 23. p. 1 -- In first play: Charles Ellis will play the role of Touchstone, the court jester in the initial play "As You Like It". / photo courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 3 -- Henry J. Allen, former governor, will speak November 1 before the members of the Young Men's Christian Association of the University. / photo courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 3 -- Heads fraternity: Gainer Shriver, president of the Kappa Delta Pi, national education fraternity, heads the committee which will soon issue membership invitations to junior and senior members of the College of Education. / photo courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 3 -- Attractive freshman: Miss Betty Ruth Smith, attractive freshman on the university campus, who is an active participant in campus affairs and a member of the Shorkin' Susies, University women's pep organizations. / photo courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 4 -- Newly elected president: Miss Pauline Joyner, Sorosis, who has been elected this year's president of the University League of Women Voters, Miss Joyner succeeds Miss Kathlien Robertson. p. 5 -- To worry C. of E.: Abe Dye, captain and end of the Shocker eleven who is performing in excellent fashion this season and who will be a tough prospect for C. and E. in Saturday's encounter. / photo courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 6
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The Sunflower
v.39 no.4
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