The Sunflower, 1931-1932, no.07, October 28, 1931

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.37, no.7, Wichita, Kansas, October 28, 1931. - 6 pages

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Article(s): Shockers and Kansas Aggies to battle in post-season contest -- R.O.T.C. to hold battalion review -- Joint banquet give by two universities -- Select 'Failure of Capitalism' as debate question -- Morrison Library receives volume -- University mentors lecture at Kansas teachers conclave -- Aviator talks to Air Reserve school -- Copies of thesis supplied society -- Foght addresses Kansas mentors -- R.O.T.C. rifle team organized -- Hold first Women's Glee Club practice -- Research Club elects officers -- President welcomes alumni -- Woodring vs. students -- Scabbard and Blade holds anniversary celebration at W.U. -- Band plays at Washburn game -- Former pre-medic appointed surgeon -- Homecoming program to begin Saturday with gypsy parade -- Receives cum laude scholarship award -- Brooks applies for Rhodes Scholarship -- Thirteen doctors' sons in pre-medics -- Alice Whittaker former W.U. girl will be married -- Use is made of once-empty room in school library -- Golf to prove prof's undoing? -- Shocker magazine: A literary publication of the University of Wichita, vol. 1, no. 1: House of man / Rachel Maddux; On breakfast / Virginia Fisher; The secret of the sphinx / O. S. '33; Prairie night / Kay Bowdish '32; Today / Kay Bowdish '32; From clan to team / Charles Ellis; A rescue at sea / Frank Hallwell; Let your dead rest / George Stanton; Aw c'mon / Mary Sipple; Philosophical ponderings / George Squibb; Laughing death / Frank Borges; On conforming / Gwendolyn Upshaw; To the Babbitts / Rachel Maddux '34; Values / Kay Bowdish '32 -- noted psychologist names requirements of scholar -- Elks Club ballroom will be scene of Zeta Delt party -- D.O. honors new pledges at informal -- Sipple will talk on India before Internat'l Club -- Wyatt Earp: Man or myth? / E. V. Long -- History of book club will run in city publication -- Tea given for state library delegates -- Players may give "Babbitt's Boy" in convocation -- Shocker society: Fraternities and sororities; Apron and overall party to be given by Phi Lambda Psi; Epsilon Kappa Rho introduces pledges at Halloween frolic; Marie Ramsey and George Findlay are married October 24; Homecoming Queen will be awarded prizes at varsity; Six girls pledge national sorority -- Wheatshockers play Nebraska Wesleyan in annual homecoming show: Nebraska Wesleyan invades W.U. camp with heavy eleven -- Mahin wins girls' net tournament -- Wichita loses to Washburn 7 to 6 in thrilling tilt -- High grades to be required of basketball men -- W.U. yearlings defeat C. of E. freshies 13 to 0
Photograph(s): Gypsy Queen of Homecoming: Above is Anita Brown, Gypsy Queen, who will reign over all festivities on Homecoming day. Miss Brown was elected by the student body from a field of four candidates. She is a senior and a member of Sorosis. She is a member of the student council and the Women's Pan-Hellenic, and also president of the University Players, campus dramatic organization. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 1 -- Marshal: Richard Gottschalk as chairman of the university pep committee will preside as marshal of Homecoming day and escort the Gypsy queen. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 1 -- Graduate wed Saturday: Mrs. George Findlay, graduate of the University of Wichita in the class of 1929, was before her marriage on Saturday, October 24, to George Findlay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Findlay, the former Miss Marie Ramsey, daughter of Mr. Walter C. Ramsey. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 5 -- Nebraska Wesleyan stars who play Shockers Saturday: John Waldorf's strong Nebraska Wesleyan football team which meets the University of Wichita on University field in the first daylight game of the year for the Shockers. Front row, left to right: J. Thompson, M. Thompson, Coffman, Pixley, Bridoes, Wilson, Clemens. Back row: Trott, Miller, Barrett, Gibs, Spears, Briggs. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 6
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