The Sunflower, 1926-1927, no.04, October 8, 1926

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1926-10-08
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.21 no.4. Wichita, Kansas, October 8, 1926. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Shocker takes first conference game at St. Mary's : University of Wichita scores fifteen points in first half to win -- Freshmen waiting patiently -- Weigand expresses desire for stadium: Real estate man urges that building campaign start at once -- Five W.U. girls teach dramatics -- New society is latest project on the campus: Colored girls desire to establish organization for themselves -- 548 students are enrolled this year: Freshmen number 265; Is largest class in the history of the institution -- On to Emporia -- Announces staff of 1927 Parnassus: Staff gets under way for construction of first Parnassus of University -- University alumna as interpreter -- Committees for year announced by D. Finlayson: Responsibility for school functions to be distributed among faculty -- Honor system is to be continued: Student Council favors system adopted by Fairmount and student welfare -- Sketches and skits -- 125 enrolled in extension course: Dean Neff announces schedule; Afternoon classes to be at city library -- Delta Omega has open house party: Entertain new girls and faculty with women with program -- Pi Alpha Pi gives a dance at Shirkmere: Open their social season at Shirkmere Ball Room -- Alpha Gamma gives an informal dance: Twentieth Century Club is scene of delightful affair -- None for Soviets -- Our negligence -- Five famous paintings -- W.U. students are out for forensics: Last year's representatives will be aided by new debators and orators -- Interesting chapel enjoyed Wednesday -- Spanish students organize new club -- "I l-o-v-e you," says Miss Boli; Meets with approval of the class -- Bring on the Amphihians! Major grant to study the reptiles of Kansas -- Pi Kappa Delta has party Saturday: National organization has successful meeting for beginning -- Former student gets important position -- Romance is dying -- Henrion is chairman of athletic board: Official board to decide questions on athletic issues -- Faculty studies at other universities -- Twentieth Century Club organizes for year -- Grid grindings -- Fairmount Players entertain tonight: University dramatic club holds party and initiation for eight new members -- Large number of girls out for Rifle: Extreme interest shown by University women toward team -- New equipment to Science Department -- Harvard swallows Fairmount -- Men of Webster entertain guests: Phi Lambda Psi gives dance to guests and pledges -- At last we have the definition of a flirt! ‘“Powder, paint, and" by Swartz --Colored boy earns place in W.U. team: Much comment by sport critics in Kansas Conference -- Holyoke Hall hilites -- Soothing Susan sympathizes -- Dame Fashion -- Curt college comments
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