The Sunflower, 1930-1931, no.26, April 22, 1931
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.36, no.26, Wichita, Kansas, April 22, 1931. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Announce benefit varsity -- Order signed for P.O. at bookstore -- Henrion rated good prospect at N.U. -- W.U. delegates active in model assembly meet -- Miss Grace Wilkie back from Boston -- Use Ver Wiebe's book in colleges -- More reservations for European tour -- Lieurance to study in France: Dean of Fine Arts awarded Presser scholarship for coming summer -- Gazette to use linoleum blocks -- Dr. Branch speaks at state science academy meeting -- Force attends librarian meet -- City government under students is voted success -- Spring elections loom big again -- Staff appointed by sorority for Sunflower issue -- Education pupils help with tests -- Goldsmith gets Tri Beta volume -- Osythe Dearsmith, Phil Evans reign at May Day fete -- Groups of one-act plays to be given -- Excellent rating given to R.O.T.C. -- French comedy to be given on May 11 -- Students securing teaching positions -- College fraternity men are not chief drinkers in America, Murrow says -- China in need of Yanks, can give culture -- Veryl Pitts will speak in Iowa -- Music will win tilt with radio, Lieurance says -- Latest 1904 auto cost $890, speed 12 miles, upkeep 83c -- Casts announced for Sorosis plays -- Society: Scabbard-Blade to give fomal [sic] Saturday night; Pi Kap favors faculty women at tea Friday; Sorosis gives benefit bridge; Delta Omega to honor mothers at tea on May 6th; Mrs. Paul Foght honored at bridge luncheon Saturday; Former students married Sunday; Goerger entertains track men Tuesday -- Club: Y.W.C.A. cabinet attends Friends installation banquet; Informal tea given by Mother's Club; Sherwood Eddy was guest speaker at International Club; Annual dinner of Art Club is given for guests, alumnae; Mrs. A. A. Hyde speaks to Y.W.C.A.; Chinese student will talk to Press Club; French Club plans spring election; Committee named; Jane Evans speaks on "Problems of a Society Editor" -- Outstanding high school trackmen enter in A.V.I. meet: Athletes of two states to compete -- Suggest future for plans hockey -- Friends loses to Shockers in dual meet -- Shocker drill units back from K.C. -- Relay team sets record; To enter Drake relays -- Five letter men are on Ichabod squad -- Websters win intramural track meet -- Central Conference champ on golf team -- Dr. Erna Patzelt scheduled to speak -- Golf team unbeaten in matches -- E. R. Murrow and Lyon speak here -- Three teams tie for first in baseball
Photograph(s): Dr. Thurlow Lieurance. p. 1 -- Reign on May Day: Miss Osythe Dearsmith, Alpha Tau Sigma, and Phil Evans, Alpha Gamma Gamma, both seniors, who were elected by popular vote by the students of the University of Wichita Friday April 17, and will reign over the campus May day as May queen and chancellor. p. 1 -- May Queen: Miss Osythe Dearsmith who has been elected May Queen for the University of Wichita May fete of May 1. Miss Dearsmith is a member of Alpha Tau Sigma sorority and is well known in Wichita for ability as an actor and dancer. p. 3