The Sunflower, 1930-1931, no.29, May 6, 1931
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.36, no.29, Wichita, Kansas, May 6, 1931. - 4 pages
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Article(s): 11 candidates throw hats in political ring for spring elections -- Literary magazine of freshman class issued next week -- Foght is back from Rotary convention -- School of Art to hold exhibit in city library -- Missionary tells of African experiences -- Nominees speak at convocation -- Mystery shrouds yearbook -- Harbison coaches winning speakers -- Police department will enforce traffic rules on campus speedsters -- Festival held on May Day to honor queen, chancellor -- Honor Miss Clough at alumni reunion -- Invite R.O.T.C. to K.U. ball -- Model assembly may be held at W.U. in 1932 -- Senior presented in music recitals -- Expedition stay year in jungle: Establish three bases in interior of Central America regions -- "Minisa" will open Pratt Auditorium -- George Shoemaker is appointed Cadet Lieutenant Colonel -- Use five sets for Shaw play May 15 and 16 -- Journalism dinner is May 22 at Innes -- Franco-German universities meet -- Library receives volumes of books -- Delegates report before council -- Dance favors abolished, fraternity council in a deferred rushing fight -- Society: Sorosis honors mothers at tea; Formal dinner of Alpha Tau on Saturday; Epsilon Kappa Rho formal on Friday, May 8; Tea set winner to be announced during next week -- Clubs: Students of high school guests of French Club; Mothers Day tea given by Pi Kaps; Sorosis birthday luncheon Saturday; Members of Pre-Medic Club have picnic on Friday; University players to hold initiation and pledge service -- New Y.W. cabinet entertains at the Weaver cabin -- Shockers are victorious in Emporia meet -- Girls play games in W.A.A. baseball -- Golf team to enter three more matches -- Mulvane winner in Y.M.C.A. meet -- First round of tennis tourney is completed -- Girls have four events to finish track season -- 38 universities publish dailies -- Girls plan swim meet for May 18 - Gamma Chi's play golf tournament -- Stage tennis tourney for vasity meet -- In and around the track / J. Lee Clark
Photograph(s): Clayton Staples. p. 1 -- Uncaptioned photo of Stephen Deak. p. 1 -- George Shoemaker. p. 1 -- Miss Flora Clough. p. 3 -- Captain: Pictured is George Matson, captain of the undefeated University of Wichita golf team, and Central conference golf champion. Matson is a senior this year. p. 4