The Sunflower, 1931-1932, no.10, November 18, 1931

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.37, no.10, Wichita, Kansas, November 18, 1931 - 4 pages

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Article(s): Officers host at army ball -- Company C wins drill competition -- Washburn will play Kansas U. for charity -- University Y.W.C.A. to disarmament meet -- Fifty theses by former students go to government -- Debate squads will enter tournaments -- Rules for overdue books announced -- Mayan plan is sought -- University joins in Florida tour -- Music association hears Muzio sing -- Men's Pan-Hellenic proposes two changes -- Ross Sanderson to speak at Y.M. and Y.W.C.A. assembly -- Ask Sunflower to press convention -- Burke appears in "The Vinegar Tree" -- Wichita students attend national meet at Buffalo -- New York school approves degree -- Thompson conducts master piano class -- Lieurance presents sketches -- Fraternity will sponsor bonfire -- Fossil bones are given to museum -- Presents picture to art department -- Begin work on new production to be staged in December -- Girls' drill team enters competition -- Dean Sipple tells of travels to India -- Freshmen take oath next week -- President Foght speaks to parents -- Goldansky speaks at press banquet -- 397 Wichita rooters enjoy hilarious trek to Winfield -- Long forgotten is reason why Friday and 13 are unlucky -- Chips off old block at W.U. -- Claudia Muzio would like to go to a football game -- Shocker society: Fraternities and sororities; Sorosis entertains at unusual party on W.U. campus; Three weddings of interest to W.U. society circles; Formal military ball will honor Colonel Garberson; Groups celebrate Wednesday game; Plan gay varsity for Thanksgiving; Large attendance at faculty dinner; Basketball among intramural teams follows holidays; Y.M. and Y.W. meet Sunday for joint vespers -- Wichita invades Aggieland with game against Oklahoma, Saturday: Shockers train hard for coming game with Oklahoma gridders -- University women take high honors in archery meet -- Washburn loses lead in Central conference race -- Wichita triumphs over Builder jinx by one-point win -- Women's sports / Dorothea Kyle -- State W.A.A. meet at Winfield
Photograph(s): Capt. Dotter; Curtin. p. 4 -- Aggiemen: Jim Turner, center, and Barham, right half, are two reasons why the Oklahomans defeated the strong Tulsa "Golden Cyclones" last week. p. 4 -- Francis "Chief" Hunter and Willis Geboe, two backfield threats developed by Coach Gebert this year. Hunter is considered one of the most dangerous triple threat men ever seen in the Central conference. Geboe is Tip Tucker's understudy at right half and has shown up well this season. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 4 -- Aggiemen: Nemecek, right tackle, and Carl Fisher, left end, are two mainstays in the forward wall of the Oklahoma Aggies. p. 4
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