The Sunflower, v.41, no.16 (January 9, 1936)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.41, no.16, Wichita, Kansas, January 9, 1936. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Ten 'ideal campus women' to be honored by Blue Key -- Local school tops average -- Sunflower appears in condensed form -- First braille school opens -- Plans are for annual event -- Examinations drawing near -- Erection of walls starts -- Smith receives C.P.A. degree -- Dr. Crum dies in New York -- Friendships are stressed -- Student found shot to death -- New officers are elected -- Sprague ill from bronchitis attack -- Pictures are shown at R.O.T.C. unit -- Police cadets ae not yet selected -- Shockers debate against Friends -- Rifle match to be held Friday, Jan. 17 -- U. symphonic band begins rehearsals -- Smaller schools can lead all the others -- Short pants / Loy Wood -- Collegiate world -- W.U. above par -- Lieurance is named foremost composer -- Delta Omega pledges to sponsor benefit -- Aesculapius to give post holiday dance -- Santa Claus masquerades as Dan Cupid this holiday -- Profs ready for students -- K.C. meet features Dr. Wall as speaker -- W.U. group to attend meet -- Zoology department to hold open house -- Shockers go north to play -- G. Eikermann vs H. Eikermann -- League teams down to work -- Barbs, Pi Alphs grab openers -- Shockers lose holiday game -- Gorillas win over Wichita -- Classes compete in volley tournament
Photograph(s): Degree awarded: Vane Smith, assistant professor of economics and business administration, has been awarded the degree Certified Public Accuntant after having taken the examinations at Lawrence recently. p. 1 -- Loy Wood. p. 2
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