The Sunflower, 1926-1927, no.30, April 22, 1927
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.21, no.30. Wichita, Kansas, April 22, 1927. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Dr. Finlayson to be president of Tulsa University: Has given five years of efficient service at University of Wichita -- Academy of Science to meet in Wichita: Convention to be guests of Wichita University and Chamber of Commerce -- Thrills and heart throbs await patrons of drama class plays -- Shakespeare's comedy will be presented: Parts for "As You Like It" are being assigned - Mr. Wilner will be director -- French Club to entertain guests with program: Members of departmental club to be hosts to outside groups at spring program -- Forty-nine seniors to receive degrees: A.B. degrees to be awarded to the graduates of the College of Education -- Six new members in Pi Kappa Delta: National forensic fraternity votes new debaters into membership -- Drama class to give four plays Saturday night: Group of four one-acts to be presented Saturday evening in college chapel -- Eva McKnight estate leaves trust fund: $400,000 left to University by the late Eva McKnight for the erectoin [sic] of a Fine Arts building -- Ed Titt is winner of K.U. scholarship: Brilliant senior to take a masters at K.U. next year in mathematics -- Sketches and skits -- Seniors have many plans in progress: Seniors to have picnic, class play, and to present gift to University -- Christ theme used in Y.W. meetings: Christ in the various phases of art is theme for series of Y.W.C.A. meetings -- El Dorado enjoys Glee Club concert: Mr. Fischer, Mr. Tack, and Mrs. Abagail Dowen Eaton add features to program -- Junior frolic plans promise good time: Junior class to be hosts at all school varsity on night of May Day -- Engagement revealed at lovely luncheon: Miss Darling Crum will we Mr. James Klaver June 14 -- Psi Tau Delta -- Them society gals, them glorious sheiks, do they ever stop? -- Sorosis entertains at birthday luncheon: Thirtieth birthday is celebrated at beautifully appointed luncheon -- Omega Upsilon to preside at party -- New preference system now being considered: Committee in Pan-Hellenic considers plan for closed membership -- Men of Webster are hosts at informal: Crestview Country Club is scene of attractive party by Phi Lambda Psi -- Null-Thompson nuptials -- Delta Omega -- D.O. to entertain May Day principals -- Pi Kappa Psi -- Sorosis to entertain at attractive party -- Alpha Tau Sigma -- Sorosis -- Alpha Tau entertains fathers at program -- The collegiate bookworm -- Expect big increase in summer school -- College life--One minute's worth -- Miss Downing will study at Sarbonne [sic]: Head of French Department to study in France this summer -- Wichita U. girls presented in recital: Miss Vivian Van Matre and Lucille Hall to be presented in recital -- Annual A.V.I. meet to be held May 6: Fifteen silver Loving Cups donated by local merchants -- Women's swimming meet to be in May: Races, strokes distance plunges and diving are included in meet -- Sport chatter -- K.U. relays to be largest in history: Many records expected to be broken if weather permits -- Harve Motter speaks at joint discussion -- Coach Umnus gives opinion on ruling: New basketball ruling limits the dribble to a single bounce -- Girls' varsity team announced this week: Russell, W. Blake, G. Blake, Collins, Mallonnee, Gensman, and Nelson selected -- Local R.O.T.C. unit to have inspection -- Girls' tennis contest will be in two weeks -- W.U. represented in legion play "Smith": Prof. George D. Wilner, Mrs. Mikesell, and George Sawallesh have role in mystery play -- Two to A.A.U.W. state meet Saturday -- Midwest Student Conference held: Noted educator condemns system of "absentee control" of colleges at Kansas City meet -- Departmental ditties -- Dean Mikesell is chapel speaker Wed.: Group leaders to aid in development of individual personality in new plan -- Tito Schipa to sing at Forum: Considered by many artists as of the best tenors of the age -- Madam X replies -- One rehearsal held before presentation: Mr. Wilner to portray part of Shylock in Shakespearian Festival at Saginaw -- Holyoke hilarities -- Curt college comments -- Opinions expressed on favorite movies: What types of films most appeal to the student body?