The Sunflower, 1926-1927, no.26, March 25, 1927
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.21, no.26. Wichita, Kansas, March 25, 1927. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Candidates are announced for May Day honors: Ned Foulds and Archie Booth are nominated for Chancellor -- Professor Wilner to play Shylock: Production of Shakespearean drama to commemorate playwright's birthday -- Women's forensic teams meet KSTC -- The basketeers have cauliflowered ears yet they're so nice -- Mikesell's plan goes into effect: Personality development plan for men is working through fraternities and Y.M.C.A. -- Men's debate teams lost to builders -- McBurney chosen on All-American basketball team: Popular Wichita center is only college player to receive this high honor -- University people honored by Legion: Mrs. Mikesell and Mr. Wilner to play prominent roles in "Smith" -- Two delegates attend state League meet: Willie Madge Bryant and Mary H. Hall represent Wichita University at Lawrence -- University is admitted to N.C. Association: Graduates and students are now accepted in any college in association -- Thirteen considered for W.U. president: Prospective candidates are invited to visit campus -- Y.M. men attend Topeka conference -- The collegiate bookworm -- Freshmen qualify in rifle match: Major Grant conducts rifle match to qualify freshmen -- Chapel in honor of basketball team -- Sketches and skits -- Opening of C.M.T.C. announced by Grant: Transportation and uniforms paid for by tournament -- W.U. mens' faculty guests at Friends -- Dean Wilkie to national meeting: A.A.U.W. convention to be in Washington on April 30 -- Webster -- Sorosis -- El Circulo Espanol -- Alpha Gamma Gamma -- Announce cast for "Beau of Bath" -- Major and Mrs. Grant entertain -- Alpha Tau Sigma -- Mildred Clark -- Basketball squad entertained by D.O.: Mrs. Roy Elliot and Lena Spaulding act as hostesses at breakfast -- Y.W.C.A. meeting -- Psi Tau Delta -- Marie Ramsey -- Elise Isley -- Air mail letter sent from Paris to London in '72, now in museum -- More reports of women's projects -- Fowler wins tournament -- May Day -- Student talent -- Scholarship improves -- Sorosis society to present plays April 1: Little Theatre Plays to be staged in Wichita High School auditorium -- Rev. Marsh speaks at Y.M.C.A. meeting -- Sanderson wll stay in Wichita -- Arabella elucidates -- Third varsity is successful party: Representation of student body small therefore not paying proposition -- Prospective basketball star is added to the Elliott household -- Finlayson returns from eastern trip: New faculty member will be chosen at next meeting of Regents -- W.U. takes third in national meet: Shockers defeat Washburn College in consolation game by score 31-28 -- Hillyards take national honors: Defeat Ke-Nash-A team in finals and take championship for second time -- History of traditions -- Goal gossip -- W. R. Hewey and John H. Leonard pay tribute -- "The Green Hat" at the Crawford -- Working students high scholastically: 216 of 537 students work for part of expenses -- "The Spectator" / M. F. C. -- Ten commandments for students in Y.W. -- Curt college comments -- The lady dropped her gloves, but she finally stooped to conquer
Photograph(s): Miss Grace Wilkie. p. 3 -- The Wheatshockers 1927: Captain Harold Reynolds, forward; Harold Davis, forward; Ross McBurney, center; Howard Fullington, forward; Harry Ott, guard; James Pettit, center; Leonard J. Umnus, coach; George McCormick. guard, Kermit Corzine; Johny Olmstead, guard / photos by Reed Werts