The Sunflower, v.41, no.21 (February 13, 1936)

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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Bozo Club , Junior Humane Society , Dancing on campus , Fairmount College , Student Council elections , University of Wichita , Hillbrand, Earl K.
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.41, no.21, Wichita, Kansas, February 13, 1936. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Shocker-Barbs win elections -- W.U. students go to Denver for tourney -- Faculty group will broadcast -- Reporter wins talk with star -- Bozo Club is formed here -- Graduation activities pf seniors begin -- Wood to open radio series -- Commonwealth Club seeks 500 -- Delegates swarm city on week-end for meet -- Graduation activities of seniors begin -- Outlined plans assure varied fun, March 13 -- New research aimed to aid all students -- Gentlemen, pick your weapons! -- Zero weather lashes campus -- Maj. McAllister to report for R.O.T.C. duty -- O.C.U. basketball game is cancelled -- University instructor and student rate high -- Second daytime dance is today -- Convocation to feature K.S.A.C. man -- 8 o'clock classes dismissed for convo -- Ark Valley wins in debate goes to Wellington -- Metro will hear Beta Nu Sextette -- Wood, Griffin, McKown, Moore on debate trip -- Wilkie returns from trip east -- Staples' work in president's office -- Many thanks are given to the teachers that required study -- College graduate is not sure of job in his field of study -- Short pants / Loy Wood -- Collegiate world -- University bulletin -- Campus camera -- Pigs and parsnip roots make thesis material -- Whiskey served to grid players -- University Club to hear chorus -- Night school begins classes -- Student recovering in local hospital -- Scabbard and Blade will be reviewed soon -- Tae Simamoto leaves Sunday -- Morgan speaks to Y.W. and Y.M. -- W.A.A. sponsors volleyball tourney -- Frats at last turnpractical -- Working men rate highest -- Coach wants less armor -- Spring term enrollment shows gain -- K.U. becomes girls' heaven -- Grapplers go to Stillwater, Okla. -- Kansas school seniors visit here Tuesday -- College gents are not good salesmen -- How average W.U. man looks on biology slab -- Enrollment climbs more than 400 per cent here -- Hillbrand tests in authors' textbook -- U.S. Olympic team loses encounters -- Hekhuis is speaker before Boy Scouts -- Croft is to address Friends U. convo. -- Girls beware; Take care! He's chromotherapeutic! -- Downtown division to present recital -- New colleges to begin work -- Alumni Splinters -- Kansas' greatest track stars overcome hardships -- W.U. graduate is honored in Tulsa -- College rhythm -- Friday game dedicated to cage founder -- City division grows steadily -- Teachers get tough exams -- Rifle team is to slected -- College girl is not smart girl necessarily; That is the opinion of 35 C.U. seniors -- New system is used by band -- Southwestern bids for lead -- School grows beyond dreams of founders -- Eighteen students formally drop -- University Society: Faculty to give formal dinner; Pledge life ends with fraternity initiations; St. Valentine affects love life of our modern miss; Sororities name pledges for second semester; Sororities pick best all-around pledges; Mrs. Allison to review "Life of Jane Addams"; D.O. will have old-time dance; Colophone has business meeting this morning; Niccum-Barnes wedding vows taken on Feb. 1; Psi Tau Delta sorority to sponsor benefit; Beta Nu to present program at Hillbrands; Helen Louise Williams is hostess at party; Beebe and Babb convalescing after attack of influenza -- Shockers to play Hornetts here tonight -- Builders bump W.U. at home --- Women's sport glances / Ruth Bryant -- Topeka Crew will attempt to tie score -- Men's sport shorts / Stud Watson -- Winfield takes third straight win from W.U. -- Girl Cagettes begin season -- Gridsters eke out win over Barebacks
Photograph(s): [Captain Ray] Ashworth; [Lt. W. K. "Tex]" Ingram. p. 1 -- Loy Wood. p. 2 -- High school visitors on campus prepare for eastern trip: Forty-one senior students of Whitewater High School visited the University campus Tuesday afternoon as one of many field trips to be taken by the group. Walter Woods, graduate of the University, accompanied the students. p. 3 -- From the library they come: Seen leaving the portals of the library which helped bring them new sorority honors are the five best all-around pledges of their respective sororities. They were chosen by the active chapters last week and include, left to right, Miss Dorothy Tennant, Epsilon Kappa Rho; Miss Geraldine Hamilton, Delta Omega, Miss Mary Elsie Reser, Alpha Tau Sigma; Miss June Rose Illgner, Pi Kappa Psi; and Miss Jeane Carr, Sororsis. p. 5 -- Here Saturday: One of the many players scheduled to see service when the Washburn Ichabods play here Saturday is Delbert Roskam, former East High School star. Although he played center with East, he is now playing guard. p. 6
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The Sunflower
v.41 no.21
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