The Sunflower, 1931-1932, no.21, February 17, 1932

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.37, no.21, Wichita, Kansas, February 17, 1932. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Seven added to summer faculty list -- Air school gets more equipment -- Graduate School shows increase -- Seek campus unit of Kappa Delta Pi -- Hamilton talks on "drama" in assembly today -- Compete in ten postal matches -- Library received radio pamphlets -- University debaters in 2 clashes -- Dances feature "Winter's Tale" -- Graduate tosses hat into Kansas senatorial ring -- String quartet gives concert -- Kansas history teachers meet -- Revise downtown college schedule -- Members attend music conclaves -- High schools will attend campus meet -- Appoint Doctor Branch chairman -- Students organize new politics club -- Dr. Foght goes to Washington for convention -- Picture session nearly finished -- Geologists elect Jewett to society -- Movies will be included in carnival -- Elect women to Student Council -- Editors of daily college journals rap Volstead Act -- Library display honors Lincoln -- Strange disease takes annual toll on campus -- Student cars queerly named -- Graduate student conducts survey -- Yale man urges action in parley -- Placement Bureau seeks positions -- Fortune-telling is co-ed's hobby -- Sea log reveals life of captain -- Student marriages draw opposition on W.U. campus -- Debate gaining favor in state -- Shocker society: Bohemian party arrangements are completed; Engagement of former students in announced; Fraternities and sororities; Lewis-Butler marriage is announced; Mrs. Whittaker entertains for Worth Fletchers; First of spring informal to be given March 25; Active members guests of pledges; Art Club favors rushees at picnic; Military ball to be outstanding February event; Matrix pledges to be initiated at tea Sunday; Wilner talks on 'American humor' at Library Club; Hillbrand speaker at state conference; Former Chinese student sends gifts to group; Favorite hymns are subject of Y.W.C.A. meeting Wednesday; University Dames meet at home of Mrs. Leslie Sipple; Hekhuis appears on lyceum program -- Southwestern meets Shocker cagemen at forum Tuesday: Wichita favored in coming game against Southwestern five -- Rules Committee investigates all football deaths -- California student dies after boxing match -- Sports / Kenneth Hays -- Webster cagers enter city basket tourney -- "Pop" Warner continues as Stanford mentor -- Webster remains undefeated in intramural B.B. -- W.A.A. planning campus drive for new membership -- Large group out for W.U. track -- Pittsburg wins fast game from Shockers 34-28 -- Wichita to enter women's team in swimming match -- Men's rifle team places second in Gun Club match -- Archery tourney postponed until Sunday, Feb. 21 -- Washburn upsets Dope; Win overs Shockers 35-29 -- Inter-sorority B.B. starts with Pi Kaps favored -- Women's sports / Dorothea Kyle
Photograph(s): University sharpshooters: Pictured here is the women's rifle team of the university, together with the instructors. From left to right, they are Sargeant Manning Euthon, coach; Pauline Folkers, Alberta Bassett, Florence Mos, Florence Froman, Anabel McKenzie, Lucille Everett, Margaret Klopfenstein, and Miss Evelyn Hinton, director of women's physical education. From this group, five will be picked to represent the university in the coming meet at Kemper. p. 1 -- Council election victors: Shown above are the women representatives who were elected to the student council of the university last Wednesday. From left to right they are: Miss Natalie Ring, Alpha Tau Sigma, freshman; Miss Frances Templeton, Epsilon Kappa Rho, sophomore; Miss Helen Day, Delta Omega, Senior, and Miss Mary Jane Clampitt, Pi Kappa Psi, junior. p. 2 -- Marriage revealed: Mrs. Henry Butler, the former Miss Dorothy Dean Lewis whose marriage was an event of December 19. Mrs. Butler is a freshman on the campus this year and a member of Pi Kappa Psi. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 3 -- Don Dedrick, star Shocker forward, who is playing his first season as a regular for Wichita. Dedrick is an especially accurate on long shots and is a strong defensive player. p. 4 -- Francis Johnson, spectacular forward on Wichita U.'s basketball squad, who has led the team on scoring all year. Johnson is fast and aggressive and is a regular ballhawk. p. 4
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The Sunflower
v.37 no.21
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