The Sunflower, v.39, no.17 (January 24, 1934)

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1934-01-24
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.39, no.17, Wichita, Kansas, January 24, 1934. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Students to secure new Legion loan -- K.U. students propose non-cheating measures -- Iowa offers course in 'art of living' -- W. M. Jardine offered W.U. presidency -- Sunflower distributes new rotogravure section -- Council asks consideration of 3 issues -- Duerksen arranges study in Chicago -- Gov. Landon asks aid for students -- Band to play new numbers this season -- Parnassus may be reserved by down payment -- Washington U. to receive aid -- Birthday ball to be at forum -- Oberg, Pease give recital -- University pioneers in deffered payment plan -- Final recital given Thursday -- Bad weather will not hinder drill -- Woodworking to be extention course -- Little America Aviation and Exploration with Byrd at the South Pole / C. A. Abele, Jr. -- Student discovers error in semester -- Campusology -- Annual clean-up week is started -- Christmas down "Arkansaw" way -- John Noble Jr. expressed his art ambitions -- Major Price to be honored at R.O.T.C. dinner -- Sorosis sponsor benefit bridge -- Omega's entertain play cast at after theater reception -- Confusion in names -- Miss Reed guest dinner bridge -- Origin of words traced to roots -- Benefits planned by mothers' club -- Sororities -- Kathryn Schrader is honored guest -- George Theis to wed Emma Davis -- Topaze gets top rating in films of past season -- Social calendar -- Ice skate ends final week for jounalists -- Fraternities -- Pi Alph pledges entertain guests with open house -- Hays Tigers face tough C.C. rivals -- Men's sports / Loy Wood -- Hornets win game, 30-29; Tie Gorillas -- Glenn Cunningham thinks 4-minute mile will be run -- New stadium included in C.W.A. plans -- Women's sports / Ila Banta -- East High wins first game of series, 20-17 -- Steinke decides to wrestle here -- Alpha Gams lose to Pi Alph team -- Gridleys to meet leaders tonight
Photograph(s): Commodore RJ Gjertsen. p. 2 -- Reception hostess: Miss Winifred Wilson, president of the active chapter of Omega Upsilon, national honorary dramatic sorority, acted as hostess at a reception held at her home Tuesday evening for the members of the cast Helena's boys and their guests following the presentation of the play at the Twentieth Century Club Little Theater. p. 3 -- In play cast: Mrs. Osythe Dearsmith Moore is a member of the cast of "Helena's Boys" which was presented last night by Omega Upsilon, national dramatic sorority. p. 3 -- Chairman: Miss Virginia Elson was in charge of publicity for "Helena's Boys" which was presented last night by Omega Upsilon, national dramatic sorority. p. 3 -- Wrestles here Friday: Pete Mehringer, Olympic heavyweight from Lawrence, Kansas, former University of Kansas star and now wrestling instructor of that school. His match Friday night will be his first in Wichita. He is matched against Hefner, rough and tumble man from Texas in a special attraction. / photo courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 4
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