The Sunflower, v.39, no.31 (May 2, 1934)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.39, no.31, Wichita, Kansas, May 2, 1934. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Army band to play in convocation -- Wilkie attends two meetings -- R.O.T.C. men work hard on annual drill -- Faculty list for summer is announced -- Elliott plans assembly of comptrollers -- Dr. E. A. Marten is elected at science meet -- Contest to be held Saturday -- Local student is well known by famous orchestra leaders -- Debaters make good will trip -- Van Arsdale is elected W.A.A. head -- Natalie Ring and Joe Solter are announced as candidates for president of council -- Cast members for May fete are selected -- Jardine speaks to 4-H Club members -- Henry J. Allen gives Morrison Library book -- Ed Bloss receives R.O.T.C. promotion -- Minisa orchestra to perform at W.H.N. -- Dr. Sepmeier to talk at appreciation class -- Students give music pageant -- Council acts on important new problems -- University bulletin -- Sorosis gives ‘Cradle Song’ this Saturday -- Klingberg-Alexander set date for wedding -- Roundabout -- Women will have Mother’s Day tea -- Peppard-Sutter set June 4 for wedding nuptial -- Faimiount Club hears Mrs. Persian Nachess -- Alpha Tau alumnae entertain actives -- Hillbrands preside for candidates of master's degree -- Football squad to play exhibition: Two picked squads play under lights in Wheatshocker Stadium -- Looking on / Stan Waddell -- Womens’ [sic] ball schedule made -- Singles tourney goes to finals -- W.U. tennis team wins from El Dorado -- Shocker track team to meet Oklahoma men -- Women's sports / Pal Gelbach -- Shocker ball team to play in city league -- Five students attend riding club assembly
Photograph(s): A.A.A. head: Miss Jean Van Arsdale. / photo courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 1 -- Uncaptioned photos of Natalie Ring and Joe Solter. / photos courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 1 -- Committee member: Miss Zelia Hyde, Delta Omega, is a member of he [sic] committee which is in charge of the Junior Prom which will be given Friday, May 4. / photo courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 3 -- Bride-elect: Miss Louise Sutter, Pi Kappa Psi, will marry William F. Peppard, June 3. / photo courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 3