The Sunflower, v.41, no.09 (November 7, 1935)

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1935-11-07
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Mikesell, William Henry, 1887-1969 , Auditorium , Student Union , German Singers
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Article(s): Complete blueprints for new University building given official approval -- College group will broadcast -- Two girls try as drum major -- German singers new organization -- [Fischer] to present series of concerts -- Price praises photo course -- Tests will be given Dec. 12 -- Shockin' Susies will have new costumes -- 4-H Club party uncovers pioneer relics, antiques -- Special bus to go to Winfield -- Promotions for unit announced -- Dr. Sievers assists in community work -- Psychology texts edited by Mikesell -- Armistice is observed at convocation -- Jardine starts community chest drive in Wichita -- Campus chest drive draws large amount -- Comedy date is announced -- University named district sponsor -- Rivalry between Shockers and Southwestern to be renewed tomorrow night -- Yellowdogs wage war on freshmen: Underclassmen victims of paddling attack by masked campus raiders -- Yellowdogs send reply -- Webster men, Sorosis lead -- Spanish class has work in conversation -- Junior band for downtown division -- W.U. graduate is editor -- Informal discussion group allow exchange of opinions -- University auto drivers have an opportunity to save a life -- Short pants / Loy Wood -- Collegiate world -- Amount pavement save W.U. calculated by Hein -- Downtown school has new schedule -- Jardine invited to inauguration -- Alumni splinters -- Voice clinic reorganized -- Watson elected to master councilor -- Campus opinions / Elizabeth Caswell -- Long asked that poor be educated -- McClure given K.U. physics scholarship -- Roundabout -- University society: Beta Nu announces the selection of a sextet; Members of Phi Sig to be entertained; Recognition service to be held Nov. 13; Guests are honored at wild-duck dinner; Popular graduates take wedding vows; Buckner called home; It takes low heels to get dates this season; Kappa Delta Pi gives breakfast for members; Matrix sorority will have annual Rush Tea; Beta Sigma Nu elects year's pledge officers -- D.O. to give pigskin prom; Junior 20th Century to give coffee dance -- Colophon to announce new pledges tomorrow; Pi Alpha Pi frat to give dinner -- Many books are library gifts -- Group studies youth problems -- Another university makes rushees pay -- Shockers go to Winfield Friday night: Last conference tilt for Wichita tomorrow -- Shockers win over Emporia: Rosenbaum, McLain score for Shockers -- Intersectional game Nov.22: North Dakota State has a 282 pound man -- Hennigh wants more men out: Conference schedule is released today -- Former captains of Shocker teams honored by school -- Central conference is in three way tie -- 'B' squad in second game -- Date of North Dakota grid game is changed -- Phi Sigs annex baseball title: Barbs place second as intramural ends -- Junior-Senior team defeats freshmen -- Tug and Grunters hae first workout -- Touch football to be started next week -- Any game may be played here: Nine teams expected to play basketball -- Sefton speaks to W.A.A. group
Photograph(s): Pep leader: John Glades, barb student of the campus and chairman of the Student Council pep committee, is working with several other outstanding Shocker students as well as faculty members in an effort to bring organization and renewed spirit to the cheering sections at University athletic events. p. 1 -- [Frances] Radcliff. p. 1 -- [Loy] Wood. p. 2 -- Pledge officers play major role in sorority life: Sorority life on the University campus this year made progressive strides in many directins. Not the least of the reasons are these five pledge presidents of the respective sororities. They include, left to right, Miss Mildred Hall, Sorosis; Miss Alice Jane Brown, Delta Omega; Miss Willa Dean Nodurfth, Pi Kappa Psi; Mary Elsi Reser, Alpha Tau Sigma; Eleanor Zimmerman, Epsilon Kappa Rho. p. 3 -- In charge of Prom: Miss Mary Maxine Coates has been in charge of the arrangements for the Delta Omega party to be given this week. The affair is being called a Pigskin Prom. p. 3 -- Two stars among many stars: Practically every man on the Shocker football team took his turn at thrilling the rain-chilled spectators in Wichita’s 14 to 7 triumph over the Central Conference leaders last Saturday. Several men provided more than one thrill, Leonard Dugan (left) and Lorence McClain being prominent Both men are scheduled to play important roles at the Southwestern game in Winfield tomorrow night. p. 4
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.41, no.9, Wichita, Kansas, November 7, 1935. - 4 pages
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