The Sunflower, 1929-1930, no.21, March 19, 1930
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.22, no.21, Wichita, Kansas, March 19, 1930. - 4 pages
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Article(s): 'Craig's wife' to be given: Regina Kurt and Bob Gotschalk will impersonate leading characters -- New requirements for law school -- To lay cornerstone of memorial tower commencement week: Campaign for funds among alumni will start soon -- Rebuilt W.U. glider damaged in flights -- Suggested victory song -- Donate awards to P.K.D.: Five silver cups will be given by Wichita firms -- Wichita U. musicians attain great honors -- Manhattan debates team loses to W.U. -- Concerts will be given by Fine Arts students at Pratt -- Pick "Romandy Road" as Sorosis tragedy -- University to aid Carter with fund -- Reports growth of W.U.: City universities in our country here to stay, declares Foght -- Beacon turned over to journalism class -- New W.U. "prexy" will be named by students in chapel -- Gossard pleads for broader citizenship: Well known educator says that life must progress -- Pitts in win for Wichita U -- W.U. cadet seeks to place on rifle team -- A few words from a dean / L. Hekhuis -- Helen Lieurance to go to Indianapolis -- Well known matron refuses to talk of rumored separation: Mrs. Walter Craig refuses to give information regarding her marital affairs -- Students and faculty agree on approval of long dresses -- Lose first decision this year in debate -- Petting, instead of drinking, is campus evil, sasy Gossard -- Rule for a day while officials rest -- Gives lecture on Hebrew people -- Society and clubs: Informals hold campus spotlight in spring season; Honor Duluth visitor at luncheon birdge; Mrs. Altmeyer is honoree at bridge; First sophomore prom background for new frocks; Give St. Patrick's dinner Thursday for football men: Pi Kappa Psi hostesses at annual courtesy to athletic squad; Reveal betrothal of Maxine Bailey and Elmer Pierce; Hostess at first of series of informals; Alpha Tau Sigma sponsors benefit bridge Saturday; May give degree in Washburn Art Dept.; U. graduate writes editor from Turkey: Merrill N. Isley, '16, sends letter to Sunflower from Gazaintep [sic] Turkey / Merrill N. Isley; Edgar Smith speaks to W.U. art class -- Gebert to introduce Rockne system in spring football training: Lois Gebert will coach spring grid team at University -- Knute Rockne coming -- Decathlon event added to Kansas relays program -- Shockers to boast strong cage teamfor 1930-31 season -- "Pocket battleships" too big for pockets -- The service is successful only when under control / Ray Speer -- Manning takes third place -- Rodeo to entertain guest athletes at annual K.U. relays -- Reporters will hear famed murder trial -- Webster cagers grab three game to annex Greek title -- Students rate high in seashore tests -- Ichabod track and cage mentor quits
Photograph(s): Play Mr. and Mrs. Craig: Miss Regina Kurt and Bob Gottschalk [sic] who will have the leading parts in "Craig's wife" which will be presented by the University Players of the University of Wichita. p. 1 -- In Little Theater plays: Miss Kathlien Robertson has been chosen for the role of Mrs. Lange in "A woman of charity," the comedy to be given by members and pledges of Sorosis society as one of the three little theater plays this year. p. 3 -- Shocker's [sic] new football coach: This is Louis Gebert, newly appointed football coach for the University of Wichita next season. p. 4