The Sunflower, 1930-1931, no.23, March 18, 1931
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.36, no.23, Wichita, Kansas, March 18 1931. - 4 pages
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Article(s): University onward to its goal -- Program varied for convocation -- Students should have equal chance here says Regent -- Rock formations studied on trip -- Combat problems worked by R.O.T.C. -- Staples' article on Batik published -- Students govern Wichita -- Careful driving and less blocking traffic is urged -- "Minisa" presented to Wichita public for the first time -- Pi Kappa Delta wins sixth major debate victory -- A.A.U.W. is inspected for national status -- Bucket brigade will aid in new campus campaign -- 500 at annual circus -- Allen addresses students Monday -- Large enrollment in summer session -- Everything ready for 'The Tempest' Thursday evening -- Senior R.O.T.C. men receive commissions -- Bosworth president Wednesday -- The Sunflower's own newsreel: Highlights of the Hippodrome stage acts -- Ancient spirits who haunt Spoonholder will be disturbed -- Staples painting is shown in N.Y. -- Excuses vary for empty chairs in each convocation -- Society: Wedding of Sells-Jones announced; Alpha Pi change date of formal; Dr. Wofsy reviews 'Bonds of Interest' at A.A.U.W. tea; Members of Delta Omega honored at bridge Saturday -- March winds and flying kites at Kappa Rho dance -- Clubs: Gamma Chi, men in journalism elect officers Wednesday; Talk given on unemployment at Y.C.W.A.; Spanish Club gives play at meeting; Press Club discusses "Sunflower"; Dr. Branch speaks at Hypatia Club; Scenes from French play given at club; Glider Club flies plane for pictures; Dr. Horn will speak to Pre-Medic Club; Committees of Men's Glee Club start work; Matrix has business meeting Wednesday -- Former pre-medics located in nation -- Small college grads listed in Who's Who -- Interest is revived in 'Ten Nights in a Barroom' -- Shocker track squad ends indoor season with victory: Make relay meet record at Champaign -- McClure takes first place in archery meet -- Defeat Friends in volleyball -- Websters and Eagles lead in baseball -- Selection for intra-mural BB teams announced -- Introduce water polo in classes -- Golf team will begin practice under Matson -- Freshmen girls win in basketball -- "Stars" team wins girls' track meet -- W.A.A. announce date of girls' health week -- With the end of the season -- Shocker team to Mexico on foreign tour -- Kansas relay carnival on April 18 -- Varisty team to be chosen in track meet
Photograph(s): Otto B. Souders. p. 1 -- Vic Harris and his orchestra are playing each Friday night for University students at the College Night dances at Hotel Broadview Roof Garden in addition to the regular Saturday night dance. The two accordians pictured above, played by Bud List and Francis Cummings, are one of their many specialties. p. 2 -- Miss Anita Brown, junior at the University of Wichita, who is appearing in the ‘Tempest,' at the Wichita high school East, Thursday and Friday of this week. / Courtesy of Wichita Beacon. p. 3 -- Pictured are the five men who have represented the University of Wichita in the indoor track season, with their coach, Harry T. Goerger. Reading from left to right, the men are: Coach Goerger, Forward, Rennick, Walker, Manning, and Widney. p. 4