The Sunflower, 1930-1931, no.21, March 4, 1931
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.36, no.21, Wichita, Kansas, March 4, 1931. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Plans for meet are completed -- Historic material to be brought here -- W.U. should stress development of Fine Arts, says Regent -- Branch post office may be installed -- R.O.T.C. sponsors fights -- Aeronautical lab moved to stadium -- Board of Regents appoint assistants -- Bids are open for printing job -- Traffic conditions improve on campus during week -- Flude declares public to blame for press filth -- Men and women active in debate -- Activities surveyed by Student Council -- "Minisa" scheduled for out of town presentations -- Art students have work on exhibit -- Club chooses cast for Spanish comedy -- Contest open to students -- Regents can issue additional bonds -- Debate team to attend Alva meet -- Wilner describes the elaborate costumes to be worn in play -- Sipple visits mission on tour of Burma -- Student officers elected -- Radio is valuable education medium -- Fingerprint puzzle solved by McKinley -- Sunflower investigation of book prices blasts profiteering idea -- Critic elicits truth and sees secret of 'Tempest' -- Chinese student says that Flude gave wrong impression -- Hail storm might cost University about $10,000 -- Jackass hairs were retained as relics -- Society: Varsity on Friday to feature spring; Alpha Gam holds initiation for pledges on Wed.; Alpha Tau to give formal; A.A.U.W. gives tea Saturday for high school senior girls; Gay groups make trip to Winfield -- Locke reappointed as assistant coach -- FacuIty-Regents to have dinner -- Musical assocation elects Dr. Foght -- Clubs: Jessie Lou Tucker speakes (sic) to Matrix and women guests; Mrs. Henry R. Cloud speaks to Y.C.W.A.; Announcement of speakers for Y.W.-Y.M. conference; Gamma Chi has breakfast meeting; International Club meeting Thursday; Glider Club moves glider to science hall for repairs -- Bones tell of Kansas early days -- French and German colleges will offer courses in summer -- University senior chosen for honor -- Intra-mural baseball tournament to be launched next week: Eight teams to play for school title -- Shockers win over Quaker rivals, 46-33 -- The Sunflower choice for All-Conference cage game / Dick Forster -- Wichita wins second honors from Builders -- Interclass play in women's caging -- Women's team places sixth in rifle shoot -- Ichabod student to leave for Persia -- Sitting postures poor in classes -- To film K.U. style of football play -- Recreation hours with Greeks / J. Lee Clark -- Intra-murals teams play finals -- Shelley team state champs -- Candidates names are submitted -- Intra-mural track meet is announced -- Wisconsin to close "radical" college -- 36 candidates report Monday for practice
Photograph(s): Dr. E. E. Staufferp. 1 -- Miss Osythe Dearsmith. p. 1