The Sunflower, 1927-1928, no.29, April 18, 1928
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.21, no.29, Wichita, Kansas, April 18, 1928. - 8 pages
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Article(s): W.U. publications reorganized by Board of Regents: Journalism Department under direction of Dr. Walter C. Folley will have charge of publications -- Popular books are secured for Library: "Napoleon" and "Bismark" by Ludwig and "Trader Horn" are now in the Library -- Youth, romance, love! Golden spring moon thrills lovely co-ed -- Graduation schedule arranged this week: Seniors will present class play under the direction of Prof. George D. Wilner on June 1 -- Student Council choses nominees for Honor Court: Student Council receives official charter of membership is National Student Federation -- Epsilon Kappa Rho has first scholastic rank: Interesting statistics collected showing society academic standing at W.U. for past semester -- Grade statistics are made by registrar -- National educator speaks to students: Dr. A. E. Winship speaks on "Progress in Education" in convocation Monday -- Wilma Harrison to be May Queen at annual fete: Front Tinklepough and Kathleen Walsh will occupy places of honor on May 4 -- Dr. Wofsy receives Markham Fellowship: University Spanish head receives honor from Wisconsin which provides for a year’s foreign study -- Library adopts new University bookplate -- Dean Wilkie presides: Dr. Foght will address state meeting at Salina this week on subject of internationalism -- Sketches and skits -- Miss Sprague speaks at Y.W.C.A. meeting -- Wichita U. students honors in contest: Willie Madge Bryant, Eugent Prostov and Edward Peek receive recognition -- Departmental ditties / E. F. S. -- Little Theater plays artistic production: Sorosis society pleases audience with presentation of annual plays Saturday night -- Truman Reed speaks to education class -- Politics wave in anticipation of near approaching battle -- Mrs. Sweeney resigns as head of cafeteria [sic]: Miss Edith Herrick selected to fill place left vacant by Mrs. Sweeney by resignation Monday -- Tillie the Tattler tells trying tales to Terrible Timothy -- Student recital will be given Thursday: Students of Mr. Otto L. Fischer and Mrs. Thurlow Lieurance to appear on program tomorrow -- A co-ed's diary -- Le Cercle Francais to present play tonight: Annual formal spring program will be presented by French Club before guests tonight -- Pi Alpha Pi -- Alpha Gamma Gamma -- Phi Upsilon Sigma -- Omega Upsilon -- Epsilon Kappa Rho to give benefit bridge: First benefit to be sponsored by new society will be given in Hillcrest Saturday afternoon -- Faculty party -- Delta Omega -- Phi Lambda Psi -- Miss Sprague honored -- Alpha Gam is host at informal dance: Broadview roof garden was scene of gay affair given by Alpha Gamma Friday -- Alpha Tau Sigma -- Pi Kappa Psi -- Deputation teams to present program -- Tablet Will honor World War veterans: Bronze tablet to honor Fairmount war heroes to be designed by Miss Sprague and art students -- The agony column / M. F. R. -- It strikes me / K. K. Friedel -- A college poetry anthology: A slave lives on / Sara Margaret Howell; Lady Yang Kuei Fei / Alice F. Whittaker; Fragments / Eugene Prostov; Lines / Bula Mae Archer; My dream / Bula Mae Archer; Reward / Sara Margaret Howell; Death? / Sara Margaret Howell; Sun worshipers / Alice F. Whittaker; Her blanket -- Fine Arts finesse -- On the sea-beach / Edward Peek -- Plans completed for annual A.V.I. meet: Thirty-one schools have already sent in entry blanks for annual track meet on May 28 -- Track team to enter annual Drake relays -- Local R.O.T.C. unit to be under inspection: Major Baird will inspect R.O.T.C. men at W.U. both in class work and on drill field -- W.A.A. schedules dates for events -- Track team will enter two K.U. relay events: Nine men trying for places on track squad to represent University at Lawrence Friday -- Relay team sets new meet record: University of Wichita team ties for third place; Bausch is high point man -- Political science meet