The Sunflower, 1929-1930, no.25, April 16, 1930
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.22, no.25, Wichita, Kansas, April 16, 1930. - 3 pages
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Article(s): University faculty members find fame in literary efforts -- Four ministers are now professors on University faculty -- Campus society: Bowman-Thiessen nuptials announced at bridge Saturday; Bride-elects are recipients of prenuptial courtesies; Hostess at afternoon bridge tea Saturday; Iva Sproul to marry Harold Davis May 21; Spanish theme used at formal: Delta Omega sorority honors guests with dinner and dance on Friday -- Clubs, et. al: Campus bridge clubs; W.A.A. girls tennis tourney to be held -- Shockers wallop Oklahoma Aggies in track; Spring football started -- Manning wins mile and two mile runs from Sooner stars -- Annual play day set for April 26 -- Tennis tournament for girls at W.U. -- Shockers to boast real racquet team -- Shocker football coach arrives for spring grid work -- Shocker girls work on life-saving tests -- How coach likes prospects at W.U. / A. J. Gebert -- Swimming classes held in Elks pool -- Friends to present strong track team in Shocker contest
Photograph(s): Miss Helen Bowman, whose engagement and approaching marriage was announced Saturday, April 13, is a former student at the University of Wichita and a member of Alpha Tau Sigma sorority. p. 3 -- Above are pictured three members of the University of Wichita golf team. On the left is Res Robertson at the finish of a long drive. The gentleman on the right shown putting is Charles Maule, whose recent addition to the golf team has greatly strengthened the Shocker's [sic] hopes for a conference championship in this sport. The other player is George Matson, captain of the Wichita team and former city champion. p. 4