The Sunflower, 1930-1931, no.27, April 29, 1931
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.36, no.27, Wichita, Kansas, April 29, 1931. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Cast for play is selected -- Dr. Hekhuis back from conference -- Students give play at women's club -- Mrs. R. Gouldner sends good wishes to senior class -- Summer session to offer 150 courses -- Women to edit yearbook -- Music furnished by Fine Art students -- Bakkums to sail in June for trip abroad to study -- Hold election of council officers in Friday, May 8 -- Rossel awarded K.U. fellowship -- The President's wife says / Mrs. Harold W. Foght -- Entomologist will go as a member of Mayan expedition -- Accepted by two medical schools: Mary Thompson may enter Western Reserve or Northwestern -- Veryl Pitts wins oratorical honor -- Choose six women of senior class for honor group -- University closes forensic season with good record -- Branch attends K.U. convention -- Largest class in history graduates -- Patzlet speaks on Austrian history -- Extensive research tates campus woman as superior -- Chinese girl says Yanks like noise -- Negro singer gives program at W.U. -- Ellis interviews great Barrymore when others fail -- Austrian student chats and drinks milk in evening -- Hein advises students to "go places and do things" -- New kinds of man is "pal" of devil -- Wichita Ichabods have pet peeves too, says report -- Society: May Queen attendants; Military formal of Scabbard and Blade Saturday; Orr-McLean wed Feb. 13 at Ottawa; May festival colorful event of Friday, May 1; Phi Sig formal event of May 2 at Crestview; Ernie Shih honored by library staff; Sorosis honors patroneses at tea -- Clubs: Installation of W.A.A. officers; C.C.Ku speaks at Press Club; Chaperones enjoy one quiet evening -- Adjustment is student problem -- Teams return with two victories from Drake relays: Two seconds cut from time set by Abilene sprinters -- Freshman golfers lose to East High -- Quadrangle meet is Sat. at Emporia -- Salvodi says co-eds good to look at -- Websters to clash with Eagle's team -- Students here for scholarship meet -- Washburn waging political battle -- Schedules and playday in W.A.A. week's program -- W.U. girls win archery meet -- Washburn defeats W.U. tennis team -- Golf team adds another victory -- Wichita teams win all honors at A.V.I. meet
Photograph(s): Mrs. Rene Gouldner, only woman member of the board of regents of the University of Wichita. / Courtesy of Wichita Beacon. p. 1 -- New Parnassus editor: Miss Amy Ruth Mahin, junior and Sorosis, has been appointed editor of the 1932 Parnassus, yearbook of the University of Wichita and Wayne Hemphill, Pi Alpha Pi and sophomore, who has been reappointed as business manager. / Courtesy of Wichita Beacon. p. 1 -- May Queen attendants: The above girls are one of the two representatives from the five sororities chosen to attend the May Queen in the annual University of Wichita May festival. Pictured above are Mrs. Francis Obrist Wellson, Epsilon Kappa Rho; Miss Helen Rockwood, Pi Kappa Psi; Miss Nina Satterthwaite, Alpha Tau Sigma; Miss Juanita Krebs, Delta Omega; Miss Isobel Nevins, Sorosis. The other attendants not pictured here are: Misses Dorothy Seward, Jenny Faye Schweiter, Elizabeth Hunt, Bernadine Krause, Lois McIntyre, Virginia Anderson, and Helen Thornton. p. 3 -- City golf champion: Miss Dorothy Evans, freshman at the University of Wichita, is city woman's golf champion. Miss Evans is also active in archery and rifle. p. 4