The Sunflower, v.41, no.06 (October 17, 1935)

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1935-10-17
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Jardine, William Marion, 1879-1955
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Article(s): Green caps return: Yellowdogs hurl threat at freshmen -- College grads find positions -- Copeland fears price collapse -- Bonfire Friday night! -- Play cast is experienced -- R. Elliott returns from mother's home -- Dr. Jardine heads fund for Rogers -- Reunion plans are complete -- CSEP checks will be out this week -- Easier to charm snakes than co-ed - and cheaper! -- Everywhere you look you find two shades of green - a freshman and his cap! -- Fire prevention speeches given -- Two staples pictures in Oklahoma exhibitions -- Local air school is definitely out -- Editor opposes cry for co-eds -- Graduates to return home November 1-2 -- Wall to send many letters -- Omega Upsilon will give daddy long legs -- Creative writing club urged by instructors -- Sunflower gets many requests for papers -- Army forms companies – Twenty-year long war won by students -- Brown is colonel: Wins honor bestowed by army group -- Sunflower head now in Chicago -- School backs opera program -- Food demands most of collegians cash -- Shocker R.O.T.C. band brings pride to university students -- America can progress without bringing evils of dictatorship -- Short pants / Loy Wood -- Collegiate world -- University bulletin -- Geology class makes survey -- W.A.A adopts Shockin' Susies -- Standards of schools fall -- New parking are if being completed -- No definite hour for convocation -- O'Harra to preside at library meeting -- Air free of bad bacteria -- Roundabout -- University society: Phi Sigs honor pledges Friday; Prominent students announce wedding; Ruth Jardine gives dinner Saturday nite; Wedding of popular students revealed; Popular graduates take wedding vows; W.A.A. holds dinner organization meeting; Ruth Murray honored at a shower Saturday; Freshmen girls are guests at annual tea; Weekly open houses held Tuesday evening; Varsity to be given after Fort Hays game; Omega Upsilon pledge tonight at meeting --Shocker team will tangle with Tigers -- Directories will appear Monday – Hennigh starts cage practice -- W.U. bows to Goldbugs -- Hoffman wants more entries -- Rioting students quelled with gas -- Emporia leads league rivals -- Men’s sports shorts / L. Carpenter -- Pi Alphs lose to Barb team
Photograph(s): Honorary colonel: Miss Loneta Brown, unanimously elected to the highest military honor that can be given any University woman. She will preside over all military function during the year 1935-36. p. 1 -- [Betty] Neely; [Leon] Watkins. p. 1 -- Loy Wood. p. 2 -- Popular Shockers: Miss Mary Alice Naramore is one of the many popular women of the junior class this year. She is a member of Alpha Tau Sigma sorority. Don Enoch, right, is chairman of the committee in charge of the Phi Upsilon Sigma party to be given this week. p. 3 -- [Keith] Fulton. p. 4 -- Alvin Staab. p. 4 -- Seniors on grid team: Above are Tom Kornhaus and Paul Randels, both are backfield men in the Shocker lineup. p. 4
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.41, no.6, Wichita, Kansas, October 17, 1935. - 4 pages
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