The Sunflower, 1929-1930, no.27, May 7, 1930
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.22, no.27, Wichita, Kansas, May 7, 1930. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Choose Queen's retinue: Ten sorority girls and two other will attend May Queen -- Archery tourney for Shocker girls -- The Sunflower to sing its swan song May 21 -- National pep frat to have novel new program next fall -- Observe Music Week with four concerts held at Dodge City -- New officers to be elected this year -- Seniors ready to graduate -- Dr. Hekhuis attends meet at Cleveland -- Miss Flora Clough has been teaching for half a century -- Salisbury smashes opposition for post of Student Council President, wins by 2 to 1 vote -- President's statement / Frank Salisbury -- Ask Athletic Board to continue service under new system -- County association to direct W.U. club -- Cubs of W.U. given taste of reporter's life last April 28th -- 'Love God and hate human brotherhood': Impossible, according to the keynote of "The servant in the house" -- Campus society: Mrs. Rene Gouldner hostess at musicale; Kappa Rhos plan charming spring party for May 10 -- Clubs, et. al.: Northwestern U. alumni to hold annual dinner; Omega Upsilon honor mothers at tea Sun.; Zeta Delt hosts at spring formal at Crestview Club; Sport theme used at last varsity of year May 10 -- Honor Miss Clough at Founder’s Day luncheon Saturday -- Shockers to battle for Central conference track honors Saturday -- Youngsters replace veterans on the 1930 U.S. Davis Cup team -- Shocker track men easily win annual quadrangular meet -- Appoint basketball coach at Washburn -- Shockers defeat Kansas Aggies in dual golf match
Photograph(s): Prominent this month: Otis Schweiter, a member of the men's honor five, has been chosen by the staff as the most prominent person on the campus last month. He was elected chancellor for May Day and served as Bursar for student day. He is cadet colonel in the R.O.T.C. First Lieutenant in Scabbard and Blade, and a member of Phi Upsilon Sigma. p. 1 -- Frank Salisbury: Frank Salisbury will head the student council at the University of Wichita next year as the result of a general election on the campus last Friday. He will be a senior at the university next fall. p. 1 -- Which is school, prison? p. 2 -- Feted at musicale: Miss Flora Clough, beloved teacher at the University of Wichita, will share honors with Miss Elisabeth Sprague Saturday, May 17, on the occasion of a musicale given in their honor, by Mrs. Rene Gouldner. p. 3 -- Defends title at Topeka this week: At the left is Arden Newsom, College of Emporia athletic star who is Central Conference tennis champ. p. 4