University of Kansas - Jayhawker Yearbook (Lawrence, KS)

 - Class of 1937

Page 239 of 408

 

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FEBRUARY THIS ' N ' (Continued from the library forces decided to turn the reserve room into a tuberculosis fresh air school. Protests from the shivering students were of no avail, and merely caused the lady at the desk to revel in her authority. Finally, a deputation of students waited upon director Baker, who is probably the only employee in the library who is interested in serving the students. An order from his sanctums resulted in the closing of the windows, much to the confu- sion of the bureaucracy and the delight of the students. The Sour Owl had undergone administrative reorganization since the first part of the year. Business manager Corey resigned, stating that editor Hamlin had refused to stay within his budget, while the editor countered with the charge that Corey had not supplied him with seven hundred dollars per issue and that it wasn ' t his fault that the Owl was broke. Under a new set-up Hamlin stays on as publisher and is assisted by Editor Jim Porter and Business Manager Challis Hall. As the result of its beauty treatment the Owl is more pleasing to the common folk who howl for dirt, but Editor Porter will THAT Page 185) have to go some to beat the record of the latest Kansas Engineer. Intramural manager Ed Elbel has come in for some richly merited criticism in the past few days on the grounds that he in overdoing a good thing. \VhiIe there can be no doubt that intramural athletics are a great force for spiritual uplift for the campus kiddies, Mr. Elbel seems to be laboring under the delusion that his department repre- sents all that the students are inter- ested in. Perhaps that s true, but in his meanderings, the Jaywalker has encountered a few queer indi- viduals who gave utterance to inco- herent mumblings about classes, papers, quizzes and other such trivial items. Fraternities, too. are getting thoroughly fed up with the idea by having half their chapters playing intramural tiddledywinks at meal or meeting time. The resentment is beginning to be expressed in ' Campus Opinions in the Kansan. Perhaps we will get a chance to see if the power of the press can be effectively applied to another phase of the athletic pro- gram as it was to the football situation. SLIDE-RULE SLAVERY (Continued fron Kansas Relays, and several hun- dred potential students visit various buildings housing the exposi- tion, making it an excellent advertisement for the University. On odd years, the students hold their spring Field Day and Ban- quet. The various departments organize athletic teams, with hotly- contested ball games, swimming meets, and tugs of war resulting. At dusk plaid trousers replace stained cords, and the engineers prepare for their annual banquet. Each of the branches sits at its special table, which is decorated with some identifying symbol. The faculty are there and join in the acute rivalry that exists between the student groups. Page 213) In addition to sponsoring the Hobnail Hop, the Engineering Exposition, and the Field Day and Banquet, the Council provides a mixer at the beginning of the year to acquaint freshmen with the rest of the school. The much-discussed matter of senior insignia is han- dled by the Council, and these odd-looking green sweatshirts that are seen " across the tracks " attest its influence. The Council also con- ducts an Engineering Book Exchange on a commission basis, saving the students money on the exchange of textbooks. Three mem- bers of the Council sit on the gov- erning board of the Kansas Engi- neer, official quarterly publication of the school. CORNER GROCERY Phone 618 303 West 13th 16 Years of Pleasant Deal- ings with Students Meats, Cheese, Fancy Wafers Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Student Accounts Free Delivery HANNA for RADIO > f exclusive distributor for PHILCO and FRIGIDAIRE 904 Mass. St. Phone 303

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