The Sunflower, 1931-1932, no.28, April 6, 1932

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.37, no.28, Wichita, Kansas, April 6, 1932. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Make $54,000 cut in 1933 tax budget -- Sororities elect attendants for May Day queen -- Former student is honored at Purdue -- French students in presentation of annual play -- First section of annual on press -- Library gets new political books -- Will review R.O.T.C. unit this week -- Ver Wiebe speaks at chamber meet -- Veteran campus generals preparing for 'zero hour' -- Students accept teaching places -- Seward designs postal insignia -- Elect officers of 'Y' tomorrow -- Set of London News received: Library gets bound, illustrated volumes from Great Britain -- Euthon returns after illness -- University speakers in win at meet -- Dr. Wall is chosen for social research -- Salisbury gets Yale appointment -- Instructors to attend annual science meeting -- Send ballots to music members -- Regent is chosen campaign manager -- Thirty-six states are represented on campus -- Isely talks to students in assembly -- Squibb elected to Pi Kappa Delta national council -- Political Science Club holds dinner -- Eleanor Essex directs play -- Graduate demand now decreasing -- Board of Regents are dinner guests -- Glider Club opens membership drive -- Art Club has picnic -- Shocker society: Coming varsity arouses interest; Delta Omega will preside; Military fraternity to give formal; Pi Alpha Pi formal planned; Dormitory girls entertain guests; Vesper services of Y.W. and Y.M. held Sunday afternoon; Pennington speaks at Fairmount Club; Webster plans sport party; Mother's Club is organized Sunday; Delta Omega sponsors benefit; Cabinet members of Y.W. chosen for coming year; Matrix members hear Dave Leahy at Lions meeting; Fraternities and sororities; Pi Kappa Psi is hostess; Omega Upsilon plans formal -- Shockers meet Tulsa in track Saturday; Defeat Bethel: Wichita University track team meets Oklahomans at Tulsa -- All-American cage team is submitted -- Women's athletes at Olympics in finest of hotels -- Sororities are to compete in tennis tourney -- Phi Sig defeats Webster tea, in slugging match -- Alpha Gam wins in last inning -- First baseball games played, weather ideal -- Shocker golfers again defeated -- W.U. tracksters easy victors in Bethel contest -- H.S. track meet resumed this spring -- Women's sports / Dorothea Kyle -- Clayton Staples shows paintings-- Women's class basketball ends in tie -- Achelpohl wins archery trophy
Photograph(s): Debaters win again: Shown above is the University Pi Kappa Delta group which attended the national meet of the fraternity in Tulsa last week. Front row, left, is Miss Anita Brown, second place winner in oratory. Right is Miss Raezella Klepper, third in the extempore contest. Rear left is George Squibb, elected to the national council of the fraternity, and Oliver Witterman, national champion orator. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 1 -- Y.W.C.A. president: Shown above is Miss Genevieve Wright, junior at the University, and newly elected president of the Y.W.C.A. Miss Wright is prominent in social activities of the campus, and is the former president of Epsilon Kappa Rho, women's social sorority on the campus. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 3 --
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