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The Sunflower, 1931-1932, no.24, March 9, 1932
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.37, no.24, Wichita, Kansas, March 9, 1932. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Dedication of annual to be kept a secret -- Stanford doors open to freshmen -- Student appointed agent for air line -- Hear orchestra for first time in convocation -- Students plea for world peace -- Murphy gets fellowship to Kansas U. -- University coeds act as hostesses -- Conclave draws 75 delegates -- Campus scene of music festival -- Orchestra gives Sunday program -- Students adopt goodwill pact -- Alumnus to address meeting at Columbia -- Hippodrome to be given Friday night -- Local firm seeks students for jobs -- Coeds win fight to wear corsages -- R.O.T.C. holds parade and review -- Congratulatory letter received by president -- Guard aunt of Baby Lindbergh: Miss Constance Morrow is guarded at Smith College -- Debaters win in sterling clash Friday -- Corps to appear with army unit -- Wichita house still stands: Old Munger residence has interesting historical background -- Student rule is due for change -- Before fire Shakespeare costumes created here -- A sonnett on a sonnett / Virginia Lee Lippman -- Creates jig saw puzzles to solve -- Einstein plans return to U.S. -- Varity handled by U. Bookstore -- Enrolls for 1940 class at N.W. -- From out front: A Winter's Tale / M. B. T. -- Hold conference on capitalism -- Shocker society: Pan-Hellenic affair draws large crowd; Faculty party changed to March 19th; Mrs. Ross honored at bridge shower; Miss Miller speaks at Y.W. meeting; Gilmore heads Scabbard and Blade pledges; French Club plans spring reception; Fraternities and sororities; Organize Mother's Club of Pi Alpha Pi; Pi Beta Chi makes plans for a booth; Sorority to entertain in Hissem home; Mystery plans to be revealed; Current poetry is discussed by Fairmount Club -- Boycott does not interest Hoover -- Ichabods have large turnout for track -- Religious teacher turns to pugilism -- Accuse Harvard of provincialism -- Webster, Phi Alph win in intramural; Play finals Thursday: Webster meets Pi Alph in finals of intramural championship game -- Sports / Kenneth Hays -- Relay teams are shaping up well, says George -- Three Shockers win position on all-star conference line-ups: Hennigh, Schmidt, Carroll, Ratzlaff, and Wachter chosen by sports writers of conference -- Phi Alph defeats Eagles to close intramural B.B. -- Tennis team to open schedule with Phillips -- Friends University to hold play-day -- Womens's sports / Dorothea Kyle
Photograph(s): Receives nomination: Above is shown Miss Marjorie Murphy, senior at the University, who was nominated by the faculty for the University of Kansas fellowship. Miss Murphy is a major in Spanish. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 1 -- Marries student: Pictured above is Mrs. Kenneth H. Skinner, who, until her recent marriage, was Miss Bernice Howard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Howard of Mulvane. Mrs. Skinner formerly attended the University of Wichita where was a member of Omega Upsilon. Mr. Skinner will be graduated from the university this spring where he is a member of Webster fraternity. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 3 -- Club president: Shown here is David Menzies, president o the International Club at the University of Wichita. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 3 -- Given all-conference posts: Bill Hennigh, Shocker captain, was given a position at guard on the first Central conference quintet by vote of the sports writers of papers of schools in the conference. To the right and below are Vaughn, Shocker center and conference second team-center choice, and F. Johnson, aggressive forward who was awarded a place at forward on the second squad. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 4