The Sunflower, 1931-1932, no.12, December 2, 1931

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.37, no.12, Wichita, Kansas, December 2, 1931. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Wichitan will go on tour -- Sophomores win in tug of war -- Grace to address high school groups -- 'Oh Professor' to be presented by local fraternity Dec. 4 -- Men's Glee Club sings on weekly chapel program -- Debaters to meet Winfield -- Players present one-act comedy -- University student reported better -- City will join in pep rally at forum tonight -- Fossil specimens brought by Jewett -- Oratory try-outs held for contest -- Picture contest begins -- Faculty hears Mrs. Bakkum on Russia -- Reserve Corps to take examinations -- High schools hear faculty members -- To use but single set on staging of next play 'Sun Up' -- Dean Grace Wilkie attends meet of University women -- Y.W.C.A. donates food to destitute -- Shockers read for K. Aggies -- Kansas colleges hold arms parley -- Mentor raps press for type of news -- Lieurance sets moods to music -- County attorney discovers bones -- Shocker society: Sororities and fraternities; Fultz-Fletcher wedding to be December 22; Engagement of Leroy Neely is announced; Pi Kappa Psi will entertain children at holiday party; Alpha Gam dinner-dance to be only formal of holidays; Sorosis announces fourteen pledges; Pledges will escort actives to party; Reveal nuptials during vacation; Members of French Club give talks on famous cathedrals; Seven members of Pi Kappa Delta are expecting pins soon -- Shockers play Kansas Aggies in charity tilt Saturday, Dec. 5: Kansas Aggie eleven invades Wichita in W.U. tilt Saturday -- Press box angle / Kenneth Hays -- Tucker stars in annual Shocker-Quaker contest -- W.U. basketball tour cancelled -- Webster defeats Alpha Gamma in Turkey Day tilt -- Women's sports / Dorothea Kyle -- Varsity hockey squad is chosen
Photograph(s): Aggie Board of Strategy: These two men will be the brains behind the Aggie offense when they meet the University of Wichita Wheatshockers at University field Saturday of this week. The game will be played for charity. McMillin and Aherne will present the first Big Six football team to play in Wichita, and a record is expected to witness the battle. p. 1 -- Marriage date announced: Miss Edith Fultz, assistant professor of Home Economics at the university, whose engagement and approaching marriage to Dr. Worth A. Fletcher was announced at a bridge tea Saturday afternoon. The marriage is to be an event of December 22. / Courtesy of Wichita Beacon. p. 3 -- Albert J. Gebert. p. 4 -- Wildcat halfback: Ralph Graham, considered to be one of the strongest backs in the Big Six. Injuries which kept him out of several games, cost him all-conference mention. p. 4 -- Mainstays in Kansas Aggie offense: Coach "Bo" McMillin is sire to mass his attack Saturday around the above players, three of whom are all-Big Six selection. Left to right, they are: Auker, all-conference halfback and dangerous triple threat man: Adolph Hraba, all-conference guard; Capt. "Hi" Henry Cronkite, all-conference end; Ray McMillin, quarterback; Ralph Graham, considered the best back in the Big Six, and Wiggins, star fullback. p. 4 -- Wildcat halfback: Eldon Aucker, all-Big Six halfback and prominently mentioned as of all-American caliber. Is a dangerous triple-threat man, passing, running, and punting equally well. p. 4
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