The Sunflower, v.39, no.12 (December 13, 1933)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.39, no.12, Wichita, Kansas, December 13, 1933. - 6 pages

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Article(s): Alpha Gamma and Sorosis win debate -- Legend of Christmas tree dates from birth of Jesus -- Results given on drawings in Omega contest -- Subscriptions to Parnassus assure book -- Wright to be Santa Claus for Jeffss -- S. C. Brennan is elected to Regent board -- Sunflower Christmas cheer drive assures aid for many families -- Football men are guests of C. and C. -- Tom Croft to attend NSFA annual meet -- Band commences rifle training -- Home Ec. seniors conduct survey -- Trio to appear on three programs -- Student conduct U. mixed chorus -- Sunflower to care for needy family of seven -- Sororities and fraternities inspired with giving spirit -- Brahm's Symphony No .1 will be given Thursday -- Improvements are made in University armory -- Students will discuss politics -- Paper opposes Rose Bowl game -- Narrow drive stops parking -- Racketeering is developing -- U. pedagogues decry repeal -- Plan merger of two universities -- Just everybody for fun Friday-Jeffss -- Repeal does not mean a great moral retreat -- Volleyball games start this week -- Greeks start cage practice -- The past week / Bob Clark -- Hecklers are a detour to national recovery -- When seniors were freshman -- Ring and Croft opposse Mo. team -- Schuessler in charge of musical program -- Webster profited by copyright laws -- United States Army reported to be below par -- History reveals novelistic fame results from chance -- Graduate talks to jounalists -- Americans go to Mexico now -- Open Moscow U. to U.S. students -- Hamlet outtalks all his comrade players -- Sepmeir to give series of lectures -- Working makes students better -- R.O.T.C. gets millions in 1925 -- High school grads may receive aid -- Students are reminded to buy new license tags -- Book store sponsors pre-Christmas sale -- Boris Archer now employed in N.Y. -- Students direct plays in Auditorium Thursday -- Low spiritual standards blamed for depression -- Seven women initiated into Women's Club -- Zeta Delta Epsilon plans holiday dance -- Pre-Christmas coffee is held -- Actives fete honorees at dinner dance -- University Club to have supper dance -- Social calender -- Scabbard and Blade plan vacation stag -- Matrix begun by journalism women of '29 -- Actives of D.O. sponsored bridge -- Pi Alpha pledges honor actives -- Five men are pledged by Pi Alpha Pi fraternity -- Chief Wilson is colophon speaker -- Roundabout -- Wedding to be Christmas Day -- Campusology -- Clubs -- Miriam McClennan to discuss social work -- Letter men are guests of Washburn at Watsons at Dutch Supper -- Five men are pledged by Pi Alpha Pu Fraternity -- Sorosis alumnae to have reunion lunch -- Graduate Club to have first party -- Fraternities -- Sororities -- Literature is student choice -- Shockers to compete in city league -- Women's Sport Calendar -- C. and E. to be eligible in C.C. play -- East High whips Cathedral Micks -- Revised cage rules to be used in C.C. -- Women's sports / Jean Van Arsdale -- Layden to coach 'Fighting Irish' -- Redskins wallop Parsons quintet -- Men's Sports
Photograph(s): Santa Claus: S. W. Wright, professor of business administration who will relinquish his "class room manner" Friday evening when he plays Santa Claus for University students who attend all-school party. p. 1 -- New Regent: S. C. Brennan, former president of the alumni association of the University, who has been chosen to replace the late Clyde N. Smyser as member of the Board of Regents. p. 1 -- Win intramural debate: Miss Loneta Brown, and Miss Katherine Ewing, members of Sorosis, who were winners in the Intramural debates last week. Frank Malone and Richard Jones were also winners of the men's field. p. 2 -- Attendant at wedding: Miss Janet Oxley, junior student and a member of the Alpha Tau sorority, was an attendant at the wedding of Miss Ruth Warner to Dwight Oxley. Miss Oxley is a sister of the groom. p. 4 -- Chairman: Miss Anna Margaret Hill is chairman of the committee in charge of the arrangements for the formal Christmas dance to be given at the Crestview Country Club, Dec. 28 by the members of Pi Kappa Psi. Miss Hill's assistants are Miss Murray, Miss Bernice Wyssenbach, Miss Margaret Hayes, and Miss Marjorie Jones. p. 5
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