The Sunflower, v.39, no.05 (October 25, 1933)

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1933-10-25
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Article(s): Millham to head year book staff -- Student from twenty states in education -- 'Pieces of eight' remodels pages of Boston transcript -- Subject for debate has been chosen -- Shockers all prepared for gorilla team -- State teachers to have dinner -- Army ball to be in November -- To present 'As You Like It' in modern dress -- Minisa chorus members chosen -- Henry J. Allen will speak here -- Byrd sets out for South Pole -- Practices begin for basketball -- Library budget in preparation -- Announcement of programs made -- Honorary fraternities lead all groups at K.U. in scholarship -- Business club to hear oil executive -- Halloween of present day is transformation of rites -- Freshman varsity to be November 10 -- Philosophy of youth is sound and fair -- Campus opinion -- Library receives gift of 175 valuable books -- Hair clipping causes expulsion of students -- Declare war on duckdom -- Southwestern has largest increase -- Winter famine faces many small animals -- Epsilon Kappa Rho has annual dance -- Caroline Kirkwood to marry B. J. Bonner Jr. -- Alpha Tau alumnae to hold dinner and bridge -- Pi Alph to honor pledges at party -- Pledges introduced at NRA informal -- Pi Kaps entertain with silver party -- Herndon-Johnson vows to be Christmas event -- Recognition services will be held by Y.W. -- Caroline Kirkwood to marry B.J. Bonner, Jr. -- Alpha Tau alumni to hold dinner and bridge -- Psi Tau Delta presides at tea for sororities -- Pledges feted at informal dance -- University women to be guests at informal tea -- Stanley-Loucks nuptials solemnized at rectory -- Shockers all prepared for gorilla team -- Missouri team threatens with strong defense -- W.U.-Washburn game expected to tell the tale -- W.A.A. drive for members gains headway -- Football goals go back to line -- Shockers win sluggish game -- Phi Sigs tie with barbs in baseball
Photograph(s): Speaker: E. C. Moriarity, vice president of the Derby Oil Company, will be guest speaker at the meeting of the Business Club of the University, Wednesday evening, November 1. / photo courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 1 -- Center: Martin, Pittsburg center, who promises to give W.U. plenty of trouble Saturday. / photo courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 1 -- Chosen Queen of Aggies: Miss Mary Porter was elected "Queen of the Aggies" at K.S.C. Friday evening at the annual Barnwarmer. She attended this University last year and was a member of Epsilon Kappa Rho. / photo courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 3 -- Pittsburg end: Tarrant, a Pittsburg end, hails from El Dorado, Kansas. / photo courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 4 -- Pittsburg back: Bob Myers, a former Winfield High School star, shines in the Pittsburg backfield. / photo courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 4
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.39, no.5, Wichita, Kansas, October 25, 1933. - 4 pages
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