The Sunflower, 1927-1928, no.31, May 2, 1928
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.21 no.31, Wichita, Kansas, May 2,, 1928. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Candidates present political planks in election race -- Dean Wilkie speaks -- University co-eds rival Mother Nature in spring wardrobes -- "Kempy" chosen as senior class play -- Jones receives Lake Geneva appointment -- Senior class presents lamp posts to W.U. -- Stanley Jones will address convention -- May Day -- Many new features in summer school: Nationally known educators are included in faculty; Many courses offered -- Guests to attend campus may fete here Friday eve. -- One-third prospective teachers have posts -- Famous educators to lecture this summer: Interesting national personalities will teach and give daily convocation lectures in summer school -- Fine Arts students broadcast program -- Estes conference is subject of meeting -- Pioneer writer tells interesting origin of name "Fairmount" -- R.O.T.C. inspection will be next week -- University will give program at Kinsley: Band, string ensemble, chorus, soloists and dramatic students to be included on program -- Defenseless blonde is examined by dean to test type qualities -- Y.M.C.A. deputation teams make trips: Wichita U. men visit towns to portray cross-section of college life -- Women’s track meet arranged for May 18 -- A co-eds diary -- Alpha Tau presides at spring formal -- Sorosis pledges bridge -- Musicale tea given for Mrs. Lieurance: Mrs. Gouldner is hostess to large group at Wichita Country Club -- Sorosis entertains at formal dinner dance: Dutch motif is attractively carried out in annual spring formal -- Delta Omega -- Last school dance to be held Friday: "Shocker Stomp" promises to be largest and best varsity of the year -- Alpha Gamma Gamma -- A.V.I. music contests prove successful Departmental ditties / E. F. S. -- Society: Pi Alpha Pi; Phi Upsilon Sigma; Announces engagement; Alpha Tau alumnae banquet; Omega Upsilon benefit; Camping trip arranged; Joint meeting planned -- French Club plans two more meetings -- It strikes me / K. K. Friedel -- Dreams come true -- A summer memory / S. T. -- Impressions of the Maynard Dixon exhibit / Cordelia Saxton -- Pianissimo / Mary Bowling -- A symbol / Alice Whittaker -- A.V.I. meet largest in history of school: BlackwelI High School takes honors in class with total of 28 Points -- Nine schools accept Play Day invitation: Novel Play Day sponsored by campus W.A.A. will be held on track field Friday
Photograph(s): University May Queen: Wilma Harrison. p. 1 -- Dr. John C. Muerman. p. 2 -- Dr. Charles Fordyce. p. 2