The Sunflower, 1927-1928, no.23, March 7, 1928

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1928-03-07
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.21, no.23, Wichita, Kansas, March 7, 1928. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Today's convocation devoted to Wichita-in-Turkey program: Initiated in 1915 by Merrill Isley; Students urged to contribute toward cause -- Debate teams plan interesting season: Southwestern, Bethel, St. Benedicts included in present schedule; Many new men on team -- Initial performance of "The Enemy" is given at high school: Different casts will present World War play tonight and tomorrow -- Filibustering subject of political meeting: Lois Stebbins and Ralph Stuart lead debate on congressional tactics -- Alpha Tau Sigma -- Frosh stuff -- Dr. Foght returns from Eastern tour: President of University made study of municipal schools in East; Attended convention -- Pi Alpha Pi -- Wichita University may establish air school for pilots: Washington officials interested in establishing flying unit in Wichita U. -- Turkish mission posts are open to students -- Sawallesh makes staff -- Board of Regents meet in cafeteria -- Social convention program announced -- A new frosh tells how it all seems the very first day -- Seventy-four to be graduated this year: Forty-four women and thirty men receive degrees; Increase shown over last year -- Pledge officers of societies elected -- W.U. joins National Student Federation: Student Council votes to join national body as result of delegate's reports -- Ver Wiebe lectures to Geology Society: His subject was "The Oil Fields of Mexico"; Meeting was held at Innes Tea Room -- Sorosis will present Little Theater plays -- Purchase by Regents enlarge W.U. campus -- Departmental ditties / E. F. S. -- University Players entertain with party -- Making college students out of freshmen -- A co-ed's diary -- Alpha Tau and Pi Kap give joint informal: Societies introduce new pledges at delightful dance held at the Country Club -- Sorosis -- Phi Lambda Psi -- Delta Omega -- Pi Kappa Psi -- Phi Upsilon Sigma -- Delta Omega -- All-School varsity is scheduled for Friday -- Mrs. Foght entertains Women of Faculty -- Freshmen on program French Club meeting -- Freshman bares unpublished details in Hell Week expose -- The agony column / M. F. R. -- The collegiate bookworm -- Wheatshockers beat Southwestern; 30-18 -- McBurney and Davis rate All-Conference
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