The Sunflower, 1929-1930, no.29, May 23, 1930

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.22, no.29, Wichita, Kansas, May 23, 1930. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Praises students on work: Dr. Foght says ability at Wichita U. is highest in his experience / Dr. H. W. Foght -- Psychology classes increased this year -- Dramatics at W.U. show improvement, states G. D. Wilner -- Gerteis received examination grade -- Year to cyclonic finish: Many events crowded into last few days of school year -- Progress of library here this year is fast: Additions in staff, and material noticable, Collester asserts -- Wichita U. growth is unequalled in educated history -- Big enrollment in downtown college -- Double enrollment expected at W.U. in aeronautic classes -- History Department has three Master's -- Business course added -- Aeronautic students hosts to engineers -- Master's degrees to be awarded to 23 students here -- Wichita U. artists give 50 concerts -- Greater campus reality: Next year to see change on campus with addition of building -- Cultural forces on campus pointed out -- Varied careers as treasure chest -- Plays and players -- Zoology Department may outgrow space -- Club's books known chosen by grads -- Campus society: See who dated your best girl for this party; Three informals scheduled for Saturday evening; Turn Crestview into an artist's studio for dance; Reception held by French Club for high school; Use rose theme in decorations at party Friday -- "D" Company wins prize second time in W.U. cadet drill -- Frosh take W.A.A. swim championship -- English Department increased this year -- Two will receive chemistry degrees -- Harbison pleased at speech honors won and debate interest -- Liberal Arts and Sciences largest college on campus -- Professor Pfiffner has been promoted -- Increase Political Science Department -- Geology Department has good collection -- Sam Hill, veteran Shocker coach, leaves U. of Wichita -- Accomplish much in W.U. Department of Sociology this year -- Missionary to take degree this spring: Alexander R. Ross has been missionary in Manchuria and Korea -- Bigger and better summer school, at Wichita U. this year -- Girls take honors for highest grades in outgoing class -- Language profs are active in field of literature at W.U.: Cunradi and Wofsy write play and novel in the Spanish Department -- Dean Wilkie attends A.A.U.W. board meet -- University of Wichita finishes successful 1929-30 athletic program -- Shocker grid team has good season in conference circles -- Nineteen-thirty banner year for U. of Wichita track men: Fourteen meet records smashed by Wheatshocker runners during the past track season / Harry T. Goerger -- 90 seniors graduate at Washburn College -- Shockers enjoy successful year in basket sport -- Shocker track stars smash two records in interstate meet -- Pittsburg teachers win in fast interstate track event -- Wichita U. unable to offer coaching school this year -- Officers installed at W.A.A. banquet -- Harold Manning will probably run the two-mile in the National Collegiate Track Meet in Chicago / Al Pinaire -- Select Outstanding Woman at Washburn
Photograph(s): Prominent this month: Mrs. Paul Rapp who, before her marriage on May 18, was Miss Georgetta Tyndale, has been chosen as the most prominent person on the campus this month. p. 1 -- Spring bride: Mrs. Paul L. Rapp was, before her marriage May 10, Miss Georgetta Tyndale. p. 3 -- Perfect score wins trophy: Ruthmary Francis, captain-elect of the University of Wichita's championship girls' rifle team, won many honors for the University in target matches this year. p. 4 -- Alpha Gamma again high in scholarship: The above picture shows Dr. H. W. Foght, president of the University of Wichita presenting presenting the scholarship trophy to Herbert Bartel, president of Alpha Gamma Gamma fraternity. p. 5 -- Shocker track team makes fine second record. p. 7 -- Double winner in interstate meet: Above is Dinty Moore, crack University of Wichita hurdler who won two first places in the Interstate track meet at Warrensburg, Mo., Friday. p. 8 -- Wichita distance star may enter N.C.A.A. championships. p. 8
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The Sunflower
v.22 no.29
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