The Sunflower, v.39, no.01 (September 27, 1933)

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1933-09-27
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Austin, Lindsay , Accrediting Association -- Rules violations , Duerksen, Walter , Lieurance, Thurlow, 1878-1963 , Alpha Gamma Gamma , Bugle and Drum Corps , Dukes , Oberg, Paul M. , Schuessler, Roy , Fencing , Sorosis , Student Placement Bureau , Webster Society , Zeta Delta Epsilon
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.39, no.1. Wichita, Kansas, September 27, 1932. - 6 pages
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Article(s): 1,053 now on W.U. records -- Assistants are chosen -- William Crum new on faculty -- Wilner directs play for club -- Band roster contains 65 -- Fraternities to new locations -- W.U. plans to re-enter N.C. -- New bureau to place students -- Oberg new on music faculty -- Hillbrand speaks at N.C. -- Symphony is musical hit -- Roy Schuessler directs choir -- 1933 budget is reduced -- Bugle and drum corps organized -- Omnibusters plan reunions -- See changes in faculty -- New addresses of instructors -- Croft names nominees -- Dr. Schreiber now in Michigan -- Omnibuster travelogue -- Fraternities -- Official University bulletin -- Bicyclists again pedal way to altar, health, and joy -- Fall ushers in supreme season -- Journalistic or literary?: Survey shows gap is not so wide between two groups -- Houses seethe as battle is on -- Y.M.C.A. meets to plan work -- Students issue game programs -- Convocation in call this year -- Frosh give annual act -- Loftus gets scholarship -- Paper begins its 37th year: Sunflower began in '96 as monthly issue of Fairmount -- 'Smart crack' labels trust -- Pre-medics to pursue studies -- Reed heads frosh class --Rivermen might be docking at Douglas Avenue wharves -- Planning day's costume is risk -- W.A.A. guests entertained -- Y.W.C.A. changes time of meeting this year -- New members are pledged -- Alpha Gams give dinner -- First dance Friday night -- Teas, dinners terminate sorority rush affairs -- Announce new pep leaders -- Political alignments indicate warm class election contests -- Graduate work for California -- Omega alums have "cozy" -- W.U. beats Friends 40-6 -- Fencing class attracts girls -- W.U. meets Hays here -- Shadoan is line coach -- Wittman is W.A.A. head -- Men's sports / Diane Larson -- Hockey to start soon
Photograph(s): New professor: Paul M. Oberg, has been chosen as head of the piano department in the College of Fine Arts. p. 1 -- Directs choir: Roy Schluessler, director of public school music, will direct the newly organized A Capella choir. p. 1 -- German prof: Dr. Kurt A. Sepmeier, new head of the department of German at the University. p. 1 -- Heads freshmen: Cramer Reed, graduate of North High School, who was elected president of the freshman class at te election held the first week of school. p. 3 -- New student: Miss Evelyn Spines is enrolled in the University this year. Miss Spines attended Wellesley College during the previous school year. p. 4 -- They'll dispense the pep: Miss Mary Katherine Galbach and Ralph Miller, newly elected leaders of the Shockin' Susies and Dukes pep organizations at the University of Wichita. Their first appearance was that Friends-Wichita U. football game Saturday night. p. 5 -- Athletic head: Lindsay Austin, director of physical education, takes the place of Harry Goerger. Mr. Austin was formerly athletic director and coach at North high. p. 6 -- Bolsters Shocker line: Gifford Booth, center with a year of experience, is expected to prove a mainstay in the Shocker defence this season. Booth and Dugan are rated as among the strongest centers in the conference. p. 6
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The Sunflower
v.39 no.1
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