The Sunflower, v.39, no.22 (February 28, 1934)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.39, no.22, Wichita, Kansas, February 28, 1934. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Local teams will leave for Emporia meet -- Graduate cites history 'hooey' -- Mayan excavations are shown in slides -- Dollar payment Thursday will reserve Parnassus: Layouts open to inspection -- New semester sees increase in enrollment -- Musicians give forum concert -- CWA students begin duties about campus -- Girls' rifle team takes 2nd place -- Nine frat students killed by coal gas -- Make plans for annual Hippodrome -- Value of Phi Beta Kappa is investigated -- Inspectors of North Central are selected -- Printer, who refused to set type by machine, dies -- Wichita hails President Jardine as he arrives to begin work at W.U. -- Stanford dean says teachers bribe students -- Forty-four W.U. students teach in city schools -- National meeting of Kappa Delta Pi ends -- K.U. fraternity houses victims of robbery -- Cabinet group brings problems to club -- Architects design large and extensive campus for university in the future -- Students take part in Duerkson's choir -- The past week / Bob Clark -- Campus kaleidoscope -- Dr. Jardine's presidency preceded by that of five former Shocker executives -- Little America Aviation and Exploration Club with Byrd at the South Pole / C. A. Abele, Jr. -- To hold state meet in Wichita -- Roundabout -- Recital to be given at Pratt -- University bulletin -- Dr. Washburn lectures at Washburn College -- Students of Hansen to present program -- Press prom is leading function of present social season -- George Washington ball is marked by military splendor -- President's ball is official reception for Jardine family -- Fraternities -- Courtesy honors Jacqueline Oliver -- Zeta Delts announce new list of pledges -- Spring theme will be carried out in junior class prom -- Webster dinner honors alumnus -- Members and pledges entertained at party -- Alpha Tau's will entertain Friday with Mardi Gras -- 'Helena's Boys' is repeated tonight -- Graduates' sons and daughters entertained -- Sororities -- Pi Alphs win first place in basketball -- Women's sports / Pat Gelbach -- U. cagers win two in Monterey -- Two Emporia players in lead for honors -- Basketball will replace bullfights in old Mexico, Wichita team thinks -- Reserve squad places second in city BB meet -- Championship match to be staged here -- Pi Alph BB team cinch first place -- Emporia five takes honors in 1934 race -- Looking on / Loy Wood
Photograph(s): Uncaptioned photo of William M. Jardine. / photo courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 1 -- Miss Helen Hillyard, Matrix president, and Russel Shaffer, Colophon chairman for the Press room, discuss plans for the affair which will be held on Saturday evening in the University auditorium. p. 5