The Sunflower, 1926-1927, no.03, October 1, 1926

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.21 no.3. Wichita, Kansas, October 1, 1926. - 11 pages

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Article(s): New stadium in Wichita is plan of business men: George Siedhoff starts project which will aid schools and University of City -- Graduates go for higher education: Several students take training for professional degrees -- A false alarm -- Pep chapel held for Haskell game: Coach Umnus appeals to students - Three candidates try for yell leader -- Dr. Lieurance on extensive tour as entertainer: Noted musician leaves to travel over United States for three months -- Student Council selects leaders: Howard, McBee and Riley appointed to assist Hysom -- Now is the time -- First Y.M. meeting is noted success: Forty men attend first weekly banquet and register approval -- Dance parties held on campus O.K.; says board: Supervised entertainment better for students decides official board -- Pi Kappa Delta to hold annual party: Forensic fraternity to invite all of the interested students -- Hysom elected to head Rooters Club: Pep organization gets under way and presents constitution -- Sketches and skits -- Well known pianist furnishes program -- Announce cast for Shakespearean play: "Othello" to be put on by Fairmount Players in near future -- Old gym to be used by dramatic club -- Will preserve historic trees -- Pi Kappa Psi has annual open event: Faculty women and new girls get rare treat in open program given Thursday -- Lettermen meet to plan M. club work: Committees are appointed to plan various activities and make frosh rules -- Sorosis presents the first program: "Music Box Revue" forms theme for opening performance -- Lieurance starts Girls Glee Club -- Freshman ruminates in regard to by-gone days -- Fifty candidates out for early basketball practise [sic]: Five letter men, Campbell, Duke, Fish, Hoover, and Trusier, are back -- Board of Regents to have faculty party -- Freshmen, observe -- University opens extension branches: Opportunity School to operate in connection with outside education -- Slickers! Slickers! Slickers! -- Sophomores read law to freshmen -- Student slumbers thru love story -- Thoughts of a frosh -- Grant announces R.O.T.C. officers: Commissioned officers are appointed for years training -- Haskell Indians take first game: Wheatshockers fight hard but are outclassed by famous Indian Eleven -- Grid grindings -- Football men rest for St. Mary’s game: University team rests while conference games continue -- End of the world is drawing near: New York preacher says the hurricane punishment for Florida's wickedness -- A cross-country hop by Marines: Plan dawn-to-dusk flight to test daylight air mail route across U.S. --Former student is editor of magazine -- Student wins prizes at state fair -- New committee to govern freshmen: Appoint vigilantees [sic] from Sophomore class to watch frosh -- Day coach passengers decline, while "surcharge" passengers decrease -- Tests show the neglect of spelling in high school -- Holyoke Hall hilites -- Soothing Susan sympathizes -- Curt college comments
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