The Sunflower, 1926-1927, no.34, May 20, 1927
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.21, no.34. Wichita, Kansas, May 20, 1927. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Senior class to present comedy "On [the] Hiring Line": Annual Commencement play to be presented on Monday evening, June 6 -- Roy W. Elliott is W.U. representative -- Dick was there, but he wasn't sure of it 'till it was over! -- F. A. Neff to head W.U. summer school -- Noted lecturer will speak here next Wednesday -- Short story contest won by Friedel -- Fairmount in Turkey -- Examinations for seniors begin Wed. -- Student Council will be headed by Ralph Camp -- Many H. S. students visit here May Day -- Commencement week plans are completed -- 1927 Parnassus to be out in two weeks -- Sketches and skits -- L. W. Mayberry speaks to education class -- "As You Like It" to be presented soon: Play will be featured on library steps, the entire production is out of doors -- Lieurance composes hymn for Rotarians -- The collegiate bookworm -- Dean Troxel speaks to C. of C. at Madison -- Anatomy class at state hatcheries -- Alpha Tau formal is decided success -- Alpha Tau Sigma -- Psi Tau Delta -- Pi Kaps to give farmer party in gym -- Dean Wilkie to preside at tea -- Honoring seniors -- Alpha Gamma Gamma -- Pan Hellenic -- El Circulo Espanol -- Societies select future officers -- Propose new plan to finance Parnassus -- Pi Kappa Psi -- Delta Omega -- Closed membership is leading question on W.U. campus now -- Pi Alpha Pi -- W. U. French Club presents short play -- Board of Regents remain unchanged -- Miss Tihen to be on Chautauqua tour -- R.O.T.C. band plays at Riverside Park -- Narrow escape keeps W. U. student off list of martyrs to science -- Nationals favored by old graduates: Present form of societies is chic dislike of alumi -- Fairmount is turkey -- France, we sympathize -- They're good at football, but oh! They're rotten at romance! -- Six men qualify for track letters -- W.U. tennis team loses to Friends -- Pittsburg teachers win state meet -- University girls in swimming meet -- Wichita U. co-eds hold first track meet -- Elks invite W.U. students to pool -- Ten men qualify for rifle prizes -- Delightful pageant presented May Day -- Dignified, oppressive members win physical but not moral victory -- Article by Troxel in "School Review": Dean of College of Education is coauthor of article on educational method -- Awards given in R.O.T.C. inspector: Virgil Scarth and Lloyd Chambers receive medals for individual honors -- Curt college comments -- The dauntless Powder River Gang frolics in spite of disapproval