The Sunflower, 1927-1928, no.34, May 23, 1928
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.21 no.34, Wichita, Kansas, May 23, 1928. - 8 pages
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Article(s): 73 seniors will receive degrees with 1928 class: 51 will graduate in June, while 22 will complete work in summer school -- Mrs. Gebhardt will address Y.W.C.A.: "The changing purpose of Y.W.C.A." is theme of last meeting to be held today in chapel -- Horsie dons fancy apron to learn the gentle culinary art -- Pierce Attwater talks at sociology class: Local community chest chairman outlines prescribed policies for organized charity -- Big enrollment anticipated for summer sessions: One hundred twelve courses Iisted in schedule arranged for eight weeks period -- Four orators will extol class virtues: Bryant, Mahin, Murphy and Sewallesh selected for class day exercises -- Salisbury receives scholarship award: Will represent W.U. at American Youth Foundation Conference in Michigan August 13-27 -- Altick talks before adolescence group -- Webster house is completely razed by fire: Little furniture is saved as fire sweeps fraternity house; Alpha Tau damaged -- Kay Clawson wins Student Council race -- University players elect new officers: Kay Clawson will lead group for 1928-29; Fifteen new members voted in -- High school grads to hold alumni banquet -- Senior play pranks -- University student to take European trip -- Exam schedule is posted by Regristrar: Second semester finals will extend from Monday, May 28, to Friday, June 1 -- Departmental ditties / E. F. S. -- Lowell Hoff talks on vocational guidance: Director of Vocational Guidance at Wichita High School addresses W.U. students -- Fifteen will attend Estes Park Conference: Representative of University Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A. to attend joint college conference -- "Records are gone" says pledge as frat house burns down -- Helen Rockwood gives spring piano program -- Doctors speak before pre-medic students -- Henrion and Kirkwood win swimming meet: Norma Louise Salter and Ruth Gillett take second in W.A.A. aquatic contests -- Back to Old Mother Nature’s Heart Fair W.A.A. damsels go -- Our friend, President Foght -- When the time draws nigh -- Hell Week and toleration -- A co-ed's diary / Bettsie -- Four societies elect next year’s officers: Bearnon, Webb, Wallace, and Fogelburg will head respective campus organizations -- Alpha Tau Fathers' Day -- Sorosis alumnae luncheon -- Phi Lambda Psi formal -- Phi Upsilon Sigma -- Sorosis pledges give pirate treasure hunt -- Delta Omega -- Epsilon Kappa Rho picnic -- Phi Upsilon Sigma -- Sorosis -- Psi Tau Delta -- Alumni banquet -- Pi Alph presides at spring formal dance: Military motif is carried out in fraternity formal given in York Rite Temple -- Senior tea -- Rockne gives views on football values: Famed Notre Dame mentor reveals jovial humor and Keen philosophy of life -- French Club banquet closes season's work -- Moth balls pervade classic halls of Dr. MacDonald's realm -- Bigger, better pockets styles today's mode for fashionable man -- Freshmen winners in baseball tournament -- It strikes me / K. KI. Friedel -- "Jalna" /Gladys Salter -- "The white witch" / Alice Whittaker -- Display of etchings / Ruth Pfeifer -- “Lazarus Laughed”: A review of Eugene O’Neiirs "Myth Play" in which masks and choruses are used -- Pianissimo / Mary Bowling -- Wichita places second in Central track meet: Pittsburg teachers take first honors in meet held here Saturday with total of 69 points -- W.A.A. blanket award is approved by group: Pauline Mallonee will be granted highest W.A.A. blanket award for 2,000 point total -- Eleven attend W.A.A. outing at Hurst's -- Ten events scheduled for W.A.A. track meet