The Sunflower, 1931-1932, no.06, October 21, 1931

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1931-10-21
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Art Club , Boxing , Ver Wiebe, Walter
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Article(s): Announce advances in army -- Literary magazine appears next week -- Y.M.C.A. programs will include all-school activities -- Wichita girls help in Washburn stunt -- Mikesell speaks to police department -- Freshman conduct watched -- Hinman addresses Press Club meet -- The President says -- Rifle team to have veterans for '31 matches -- Band will go to Washburn Friday -- University will assist in library convention here -- May revive "Yellow Dogs" -- Wichita U. yearbook is assured -- New specimens in University museum -- Committee plans for Homecoming near completion -- Race for position of cadet colonel -- R.O.T.C. officers to act as aides -- Simmons portrays Clarence -- Students to elect Betty Coed Oct. 28 -- Only reaper model given in Kansas is in office of Foght -- Students here say lessons leave no time for reading -- Isely discusses Wichita mission -- College seniors far worse than lowly freshmen -- Shocker society: Fraternities and sororities; Kappa Rho gives Halloween dance; Pi Alpha Pi paddle party guest list; Honorary colonel will be costumed in blue and white; Matrix invites thirteen rushees for bridge tea; Int'l Club organizes; Group has surprise party for Bill Ward; Betty Stanley has open house; French Club ; Collins orchestra will play for D.O. informal dance; Dorothy Seward elected head of the Yell-a-Lots; Wall and Croft to talk to club; Y.W. holds service for new members; Picnic at Hellar's for art rushees -- Wheatshockers to meet Washburn Friday, October 23, in night game: Dope favors Ichabods in Shocker-Washburn contest at Topeka -- Ichabods train hard for coming Wichita U. game -- Boxing classes to be organized -- Shaeffer kicks winning goal in Pittsburg game
Photograph(s): Captain Dornbusch: Captain Fred Dornbusch, star Washburn halfback, is rated by some as the best defensive back in the conference. Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 4 -- Speedy Shocker: Above is Louis "Kewpie" Koch, speedy quarterback and brilliant punt returner on the Shocker squad. Koch has developed into one of the shiftiest runners ever seen in the Central conference. p. 4 -- Ichabod quarter: Eugene Barnett is the star quarterback and triple threat man on the Washburn eleven. p. 4
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.37, no.6, Wichita, Kansas, October 21, 1931. - 4 pages
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