The Sunflower, 1931-1932, no.34, May 18, 1932
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.37, no.34, Wichita, Kansas, May 18, 1932. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Scholarship honor group is selected -- Work on campus improves beauty -- Wichitans win scholarships -- Student cast will present one act play -- R.O.T.C. summer camp suspended -- New faculty appointments made public -- All graduates of Fine Arts College are placed -- Lieurance will spend summer in Hollywood -- Department has successful year: Home economics department trains large group of students -- Presents "That Ferguson Family" -- Army appears in competition -- College of B.A. shows increase -- Lieurance writes new compositions -- Annual class convocation is arranged -- Education has 'A' rating for year -- Plans are made for dramatics at University -- Graduates of East High to enroll at University -- Graduation program is announced -- Name staff for 1933 Sunflower -- Novelties in school office: President Foght's office is furnished with rare articles -- North High will graduate second group of seniors -- Music vital to North High -- Tower staff tells history -- Wichita debaters have successful debate season -- Seniors of North High are members of honor society -- East High will graduate large honor society -- Kapp a Delta Pi to be installed at University -- Survey of how students spend time is compiled -- Senior women to be honored at tea -- Senior girls are entertained Friday -- Juanita Peterson is honor guest -- Rowena Branson is hostess -- Seniors active in sports events at North High -- University aero school receives equipment gift -- Audience likes barroom drama -- Fine Arts students present broadcast -- Senior class officers at East High prominent -- Announce 1932 college faculty -- Makes survey of enrollment -- Noted orchestra to play at Palms -- R.O.T.C. unit closes most successful year -- Plans are made for dramatics at University -- Youngest in senior class at East High -- Genevieve Morgan Art Club president -- University Players to hold election -- Shocker society: University has new national air fraternity; Formal dinner dance planned; Fathers are sorority guests; Farewell honor given tonight; Next year's social leaders are elected; Sorosis presides at Organdie prom; Friends honor Dorothy Ward; Fraternity men give stag party; Miss Laffoon is honored; Webster men will give annual Friday; Omega Upsilon honors mothers; Initiation held for pledges; Japanes dream garden is scene of formal dance; Cherry blossoms will feature sorority formal -- Pittsburg athletes win annual conference cinder classic: Emporia team takes second, Washburn third -- Sports / Ernie Belt -- Texas colleges act upon subsidation -- Mahn is winner of tennis meet -- Drum and bugle corps organized -- Winners in Olympia were given crown of wild olive branches -- Washburn wins conference golf -- Women baseball plays near end -- Women's sports / Dorothea Kyle
Photograph(s): To deliver sermon: Shown above is the Rev. Samuel E. West, rector of St. James Episcopal Church. The Reverend West will deliver the Baccalaureate address to seniors of the University. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 1 -- To Hollywood: Pictured above is Dr. Thurlow Lieurance, dean of the College of Fine Arts at the University. Dr. Lieurance will spend the summer in New Mexico and Hollywood, California. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 1 -- Fiske room named for Genevra Jocelyn Doze / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 2 -- Students join national honor society: Old and new members of the National Honor Society of Wichita High School North, who participated in the induction services which were held for the 51 new members at the school recently. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 3 -- East High officers: Pictured here is Miss Olive Adele Kreibel, girl's vice-president of the senior class at Wichita High School East, and prominent in scholastic and social activities of the school. Above is Gifford Booth, Jr., president of the senior class, and outstanding in student affairs. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 3 -- Girls' Glee Club of East High School: Pictured are the members of the East High School Girls' Glee Club, directed by Miss Gratia Boyle. They are: Left to right, first row: Hazel Phillippe, Frances Wright, Charlotte Stout, Dorothy Bragg, Edna Glen, Helen Robinson, Natalee Romine, Louis Ayres, Rosemary Good, Margaret Hays, Vardina Rutledge, Mary Helen Garrison, Gladys Jordan; left to right, second row, Maridell Bishop, Luella Dunmire, Esther Gahman, Helen Scott, Viriginia Lawrence, Elethamae Weiss, Esther Grounds, Juanita Ruckle, Silvia Danna, Joy Bell, Marian Landsdowne, Florence Bergstresser, Geneve Tipton, Ruth Powell; left to right, third row, Jean Haire, Helen Means, Arietha Butterworth, Virignia Real, Elsie Hempsmyer, LaVerne Freeman, Betty McGuire, Imogene Chapman, Gertrude Allay, Carolyn Winterburg, Katheryn Kessler, Theda Cunningham, Sybil Rickel, Dorothy Shinn and Ima Reas. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 4 -- President: Shown here is Jack Rathbone, president of the 1932 graduating class at Wichita High School North. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 4 -- Graduate: Pictured here is Miss Lena Mae Downs, girl's vice-president at Wichita High School North. Miss Downs is a leader in student activities, as is Ralph Kibben, above, president of the 1932 graduating class. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 5 -- Sorority presidents: The above university co-eds have been selected to direct the activities of the social sororities on the campus for next year. They are Miss Esther Myers, Alpha Tau Sigma; Miss Ruth Burney, Sorosis; Miss Margaret Hall, Epsilon Kappa Rho; Miss Maxine Allen, Delta Omega; Miss Virginia Lippman, Pi Kappa Psi. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 5 -- Graduate: Miss Florine Cubbon, pictured above, who is a graduating senior at Wichita High School North this spring. / Courtesy of Wichita Beacon. p. 5 -- In close finish: Nosing out Davis, Pittsburg sprinter, is shown Knight of the Emporia Teachers team as he won the 440-yard preliminary heat Friday by a matter of a few inches. However, Davis beat Knight in the finals as a record was broken. / Courtesy Knight Eagle. p. 6 -- Captain: Kenneth Hays, captain of the university golf team, and medalist in the last Wichita amateur tourney. He is a junior this year. p. 6