The Sunflower, 1929-1930, no.28, May 14, 1930
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.22, no.28, Wichita, Kansas, May 14, 1930. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Players to work in 'Spot' -- Geology students study structures -- New W.U. building nears completion -- Reorganization is planned for C.C.P.A -- Select winners in freshmen contests -- Many high schools seeking aid of W.U. faculty for talks -- Eight students to get masters degrees -- Library course given in the summer term -- Fine Arts school to give spring concert on Sunday, May 18 -- All manner of cars grace W.U. campus -- W.U. seniors are now exempt from all final exams -- First unit of A.E.F. to war 10 years ago -- Admit Grant and Rutledge into mysteries of Army fraternity -- Grant larger quota to Cadet Corps at University for 1930 -- U. student accepts Oxford scholarship -- Council votes keys to W.U. honor fives -- State reformatory entertained by W.U. students last week -- Selects May Day dancers -- Fine Arts College presents programs -- De la Mater to read head New Voters League -- Able cast for last production of the year -- Talkies may soon have the smells too -- Georgetta Tyndale and Otis Schweiter carry on tradition -- Freshman classes write philosophies -- Woman in Italy avenges sweetheart -- Campus society: Alpha Tau Sigma to give artist's ball in Crestview; University co-eds to tread bridal path; Miss Wilkie hostess at tea for seniors; Pi Kappa Psi has issued invitations for spring party; Volumes on Kansas history in library -- Clubs, et. al.: Paris nights are no longer gat as U.S. money going; Every phase of art is touched by arts and craft students -- Pittsburg wins in Central track meet; Shockers cop conference golf title -- Wichita athletes compete in fast interstate meet -- Shockers smash three records in conference meet -- W.A.A. baseball season is opened -- W.A.A. swimming meet held May 13 -- Girls All-Star interclass team selected
Photograph(s): To play minister: Alden Brooks who will take the part of Reverend William Smythe in "The servant in the house," which will be presented by the University Players Thursday and Friday evenings, May 15-16. p. 1 -- Plays leading role: Miss Lucille Hanlon, who has one of the leading roles in "The servant in the house" which will be presented in the University auditorium, May 15 and May 16. She will play the part of "Auntie," the vicar's wife. p. 1 -- Miss Helen Satterthwaite. p. 3 -- Finalists in conference meet: Pictured at left is Arden Newsom, College of Emporia racquet wielder, who is the 1929 Central Conference tennis champ. Newsom meets Johnny Pierpont, (right) Shocker net star, in the finals of the 1930 Central Conference tennis championships that will be held Saturday at Emporia. p. 4