The Sunflower, 1926-1927, no.33, May 13, 1927
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.21, no.33. Wichita, Kansas, May 13, 1927. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Candidates for Student Council offices selected: Pierce and Camp are nominees for president; Races promises to be close and exciting -- Library course open to students June 6 -- The weaker sex become masters of spoken word and supercede men -- University band in concert Saturday -- Annual May Day ceremonies held this afternoon: Fern Covert will reign as Queen with Archie Booth as Chancellor and Miss Judkins as M. of H. [Maid of Honor] -- May Day -- A.V.I. Fine Arts meet is very successful -- Important change in honor court made by council: New court will be composed of five members elected by student body -- Announce officers of Pi Kappa Delta: Professor C. C. Harbison will be guest at annual banquet -- Mrs. Mahin speaks at Blackwell, Oklahoma -- Pi Kap girls to sell poppies for Legion -- Y.W.C.A. food stand at A.V.I. success -- Sketches and skits -- Health is important says Dean Baldwin: Religion, vocation, parenthood, social, civic, and play life are great factors -- Two candidates now on Sunflower staff -- The collegiate bookworm -- Young Women's Christian Association has sponsored important activities -- Egyptian theme used in Pi Kap formal -- McCausland-Kentnor -- Pi Kappa Psi at home to mothers -- Sorosis meeting -- Delta Omega -- Pi Alpha Pi -- Juniors entertain at varsity tonight -- Webster -- Reed-Whitlock -- Cornell-Markham -- Zeta Beta Psi -- Psi Tau Delta gives Y.C.W.A. program -- Psi Tau Delta -- Wichita University welcomes you -- The value of the individual -- The specator / M. F. C. -- 150 dolllar [sic] prize offered for essay: Writer of best essay on "Springboard" honored by the publisher -- University students seen in the bowery section of Novelty -- Our oppressed prexies -- Wichita University Museum holds many interesting and valuable treasures -- Sunflower takes on new dignity due to influence of law -- Wichita U. will enter state meet: Eight University Shockers will uphold the University Honors at the state meet at Baldwin -- Drama class gives play in chapel: Final one of a series of nine one act plays presented by students -- Wichita High wins annual A.V.I. meet: Heavy track prevented many records from being broken -- Wichita U. girls to hold track meet -- The historic spoonholder -- Moundbuilders win pentangular meet -- Wichita tennis men lose to C. of E. -- Taxi cabs, chocolates, music and perfect comfort-You Bet! -- Curt college comments -- But the spirit or Powder River shall live on forever
Photograph(s): Fern Covert, Queen of May. p. 1 -- Margaret Jane Judkins, Maid of Honor. p. 1 -- Archie Booth, Chancellor of Ceremonies. p. 1