The Sunflower, 1931-1932, no.03, September 30,1931

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1931-09-30
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Petroff, Alexander N. , Department of Art , Hubbard, Homer , Fine Arts , Ladies Library Club , College of Liberal Arts , Music , Symphony Orchestra , Drum and Bugle Corps , University of Wichita school song
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.37, no.3, Wichita, Kansas, September 30, 1931. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Pep Club to plan activities -- Petroff gets final citizenship papers -- The President says -- Wichita Chamber of Commerce gives prize for speech -- Faculty supports commerce group -- Student officers elected -- Varsity roles -- Hubbard plans to organize symphony orchestra for W.U. -- Scholarship won by freshman girl -- "Clarence" to be presented by the University Players -- Girl drum corps organize for a year -- May cut price of annual -- 65 students seek jobs at library -- First issue of Wheatshocker to appear in October -- Wichita U. song is approved -- Mary Sipple is youngest senior -- Only one car on campus travels best in reverse -- Frida Ringel talks year, month later -- Drops 7,000 feet on record flight -- Box collection and one room was once U. Art Department -- Boys call bird's nest their home -- Scolded because she likes candy -- Carl Johnson makes doll clothes during spare time -- Former Fairmount grads now neighbors in California -- Shocker society: Whitey Clinton to present novelty acts at varsity; Harold Colvin will address Y.M.C.A. members; Rushees accept sorority bids and become pledges; Omega Upsilon has open house for group of rushees; Alpha Gam opens fall social season; Library society resumes activities; Art Club plans varied activities for year's work; Nationals at C.U. announce pledges; Matrix initiated pledges Sunday; German Club elects officers at first meeting -- Shockers meet C. of E. gridders at Emporia Saturday: Shockers to meet Presbies -- Twenty-four women declare majors in physical education -- W.U. football men hold strange jobs in summer -- W.A.A. awards five silver trophies to winners at mixer -- Shocker basketball team loses three veterans
Photograph(s): Omega Upsilon president: Miss Verla Cox, 210 N. Spruce, president of Omega Upsilon, national dramatic sorority at the university. Omega Upsilon is entertaining rushees this week previous to pledging next week. p. 3 -- 1931 College of Emporia eleven: Above is shown the probable lineup of the C. of E. football team which will meet the Shockers at Emporia Saturday, October 3. Front row, left to right: Bigham, De Bolt, Cipra Cheney, Capt. Don Long, Beal. Backfield: Barnes, Lohr, Meek, Koons. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 4
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The Sunflower
v.37 no.3
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