The Sunflower, v.41, no.10 (November 14, 1935)

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1935-11-14
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Auditorium , Student Union , Vehicle registration , Student employment , Sepmeier, Kurt Adolph
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Article(s): Jardine goes to east for big meeting -- School deans attend meeting -- Students are objects of political vote-bait -- NYA assists 128 Shockers: New plan offers aid in wide variety of fields -- Alpha Gams grab $35 prize money -- If you want to be prexy, prof or dean, get a motto -- Play tells of cadet class -- Oberg returns from concert -- Dance plans are revealed by officers -- Alphabet contagion drifts in from NRA to blanket chemists -- R.O.T.C. presents armistice program -- Instructors attend meet -- Ethel Barrymore to be in Wichita -- Few changes made in Sunflower staff -- Campus automobile to be registered -- School fund used to buy W.U. bonds -- Freshmen promise to show Yellowdog group much spirit -- Debate group to elect head -- Photo deadline is changed to Nov. 30 -- Parallel parking effective Friday -- Betty Co-ed to be named -- Replica of large ship is displayed for French group -- Phi Sigs will have their annual rabbit hunt -- Shakespeare comedy cast is selected -- Bennett to be new drum major -- Graduates elect McQuown as head -- Hudson to speak on guidance program -- American people owe Rogers unpayable debt for humor -- Leading nations wonder about dividends paid by sanctions -- Delay in preparation is blamed for more than half of failures -- Short pants / Loy Wood -- Collegiate world -- Help is given chest workers -- Wormer speaks to club advertising -- Of course the freshmen don't scare easily - but -- Alumni splinters -- Sepmeier's article on German author-poet is published -- College society hears Glockler -- Wilson speaks on crime abolition to police science class -- W.U. to aid Rogers fund -- Editors vote for Roosevelt -- Gene Lloyd grabs new school honor -- Student opinions / Mark [illegible surname] -- University society: Football men honored at dinner; Military ball is anticipated; Phi Sigs are honored at Steak Fry Sunday; Why co-eds assume the latest fashion whims; Gordon-Ayres vows will be taken Nov. 23; Hekhuis will speak with Y.M. meet -- Epsilon Kappa Rho to give 'Jazz Tea'; 'Three men on a mike' at Y.W, meet; Kappa Delta Pi to give formal pledge dinner; D.O. pledges will give gobbler benefit bridge; Prominent couple to be married; Beta Nu wll furnish 'Family Night' music -- D.O. Mothers Club gives annual luncheon -- Honor teams include five Shocker men -- 'Beer keg' battle Thanksgiving morn -- Builders lose to Shockers -- 'B’ squad wins over Sterling -- North Dakota has big team -- Sophomores tied by Freshmen team -- Among the champions! -- Women's sport glances / Kathleen Ann Emery -- Hinton attends St. Louis meet -- Hennigh takes men to Topeka -- Sport shorts / Stud Watson-- How the central conference stacks up
Photograph(s): In leading role: Miss Vera Setzer, prominent member of the senior class and a leader in dramatic work, has been chosen to carry the feminine lead in the Shakespeare play, "Much Ado About Nothing," which is to be given Dec. 5 and 6. / photo courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 1 -- [Frank] Malone. p. 1 -- Loy Wood. p. 2 -- Football team honored at dinner: Miss Jessamine Onstott, left, is in charge of the arrangements for the dinner to be given by Alpha Tau Sigma sorority this evening in honor of the University football team. Miss Onstott is being assisted by Miss Frances Campbell. p. 3 -- Bride and attendant: Miss Evelyn Stewart, right, will become the bride of Lieutenant E. Remick Colley tomorrow afternoon when the couple is married in the chapel of the First Presbyterian Church. Miss Virginia Cooley, left, sister of the bridegroom, will be the maid of honor. p. 3
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.41, no.10, Wichita, Kansas, November 14, 1935 - 4 pages
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