The Sunflower, 1926-1927, no.35, May 27, 1927
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.21, no.35. Wichita, Kansas, May 27, 1927. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Mary A. Hall to edit Sunflower for next year: Sam Hutchinson will manage business end of the University publication -- National convention in Wichita next year: Local chapter of Omega Upsilon to be hostess in 1928 -- Senior picnic to be at Timmermeyers -- Seats at a premium for lecture about eyes, brows and lips -- Four more seniors to teach next year: Roland Farley, George Reida, Harvey Wilson and Neva Stenson to teach -- Commissions go to R.O.T.C. seniors soon -- Eleven seniors are announced on honor groups: Six women and five men are honored with election to select group -- The final edition -- Cast is announced for senior play -- 1927 Parnassus is dedicated to Wichita citizenry -- C. Davis to deliver alumni address May 5 -- Mrs. Lieurane to teach voice at W.U. -- Matron of Holyoke goes to Chicago -- Sketches and skits -- Hair blew, eyes blinked and girls screamed as cameras snap students -- Indian moccasins given to museum: Dr. A. H. Fabrique relates interesting story about moccasins -- Baccalaureate chorus selected -- W.U. Young Men's Christian Association promoted many significant undertakings -- Pi Alpha Pi formal at Hotel Broadview -- Sorosis -- Pi Kap barn dance was novel affair -- Men of Webster -- Alpha Gamma Gamma -- W.U. girls guests of Women Voters: Dean Wilkie and six girls comprise delegation at league tea -- Seniors are guests at alumni banquet -- Alpha Tau Sigma alumnae -- Omega Upsilon -- Grove-Clevenger -- Goodsell of Turkey is chapel speaker -- Pi Alpha Pi -- Our hearty disapproval -- In defense of the senior -- Miss Downing to sail for Paris June 18 -- Co-ed writes enough news to reach half way around world -- Senior class pictures at University show a startling evolution -- French Department host to guests -- Review of athletic season is bright: Football, basketball, track and tennis teams have met with success -- Coach Sam Hill to go to new position -- Matrimony, business, and the professions to receive seniors -- The collegiate bookworm -- Valuable old book discovered in files by Miss Alice Isley -- W. F. Bigelow makes survey of students -- Curt college comments