The Sunflower, v.39, no.33 (May 16, 1934)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.39, no.33, Wichita, Kansas, May 16, 1934. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Joe Solter new council president -- Ed Thomas new Zeta Delt head -- Joe Solter expresses thanks for support / Joe Solter -- Elliott, Willis attending meet of comptrollers -- Faculty members give graduation addresses -- Faculty for coming year is selected -- Girls to hear beauty expert -- ‘Hayfever’ praised by all who have seen it produced -- High school seniors here -- Kansas social workers to meet -- Senior women join A.A.U.W. -- Exam period will be cut by vacation -- Students rule city of Wichita -- Many students order official U. class rings -- Army unit again wins blue stars -- May pageant well received -- Sauer to arrange World Fair tours -- Faculty for coming year is announced -- University bulletin -- Alberta Watkins receives favorable criticism from Cleveland dramatic critic -- Month’s best articles cited -- Physical exam given second year army men -- Parnassus to appear next Wednesday -- Edwin Miller to head Collegiate 4-H Club -- Lieurance to give Northwest program -- North 'Tower' is published -- Plan trip to Estes meeting -- Journalists of North H. have annual banquet -- Twelve high schools of Sedgwick County begin graduation activities -- Cathedral High to graduate 52 on June 3 -- Many Redskins to enter W.U. / Elbert Walker -- North High to send many prominent Redskins to W.U. / Elbert Walker -- Shockers give frosh chance says Shodoan -- Piano pupil to be presented in recital -- Kappa Rhos will preside Friday at dinner dance -- Colophon plans dinner May 23 -- Present students in Sunday recital -- French club has annual program -- Marguerite Munselle to present concerts -- Roundabout -- Mother’s Day tea given last Sunday -- Mrs. Eldor Marten to fete University Dames -- Pat Gelbach named president of Matrix -- Omega has installation services for officers -- Phi Upsilon Sigma informal is event of Friday evening -- Miss Wilkie sets senior tea date -- Delta Omegas entertain for Esther Myers -- W.A.A. presides at installation -- Track team to attend C.C. meet -- Looking on / Alan Coffman -- Hays teachers win triangular track classic -- Grid season to be stiff says editor -- Shocker coaches confident of many titles next year / Albert J. Gebert, Lindsey Austin -- Thayer and Ormiston win mixed tennis -- Phi Sigs again win soft ball championship
Photograph(s): Barbara Gould. p. 1 -- Senior officers of Wichita's high schools: Seniors at the three Wichita high schools have chosen as their leaders six of the most outstanding people in their class. Scholarship, service, leadership, and character are the characteristics that mark the outstanding personalities of these people. Leading the class at East High School are Spencer Chapin and Miss Marion Cloud. Guiding the destinies of the senior class at Catherdral High School are Miss Mary Ellen Greever and Hugh Roberts. North High senior class is led by Elbert Walker and Miss Katherine Newell. Reading from left to right (top row) are Miss Cloud, Mr. Roberts, Miss Newell; (bottom row) Mr. Chapin, Miss Greever, and Mr. Walker. / photos courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 2 -- Author: Walter Binyon Johnson, senior, is the author of "Heritage" presented at the annual May Fete here last Friday evening. / photo courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 2 -- Student Council officers: One of the most thrilling and exciting elections ever to be held at the University of Wichita was witnessed last Friday. The outcome of the election was determined, according to enthusiastic supporters of both parties, by the noise and demonstrations that were put on. The heat of the election ran to a high pitch but was cooled off by the closing of the polls. The successful candidates are pictured above. Joe Solter, president; Don Fray, treasurer; Zelia Hyde, secretary; Bill Hartong, vice-president; Jack Lawson, cheer leader. / photo courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 3 -- Beauty: Miss Adalyn Swope, Delta Omega, was chosen as Parnassus Beauty Queen by Bing Crosby late last week. / photo courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 5 -- President: Miss Mary Katherine Gelbach was recently elected president of Matrix, honorary journalism sorority, for next year. She was Women's Sports editor of the Sunflower and is a member of Alpha Tau Sigma sorority. / photo courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 5 -- Janice Chambers. p. 5