The Sunflower, v.41, no.26 (March 19, 1936)

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1936-03-19
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Women's rifle club
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Article(s): Rifle squad brings back second cup -- Department to judge Kansas weeklies again -- Students win in editorial competition -- Blue Key selects twelve new men -- Mystery drama wll be given in convocation -- New lecture courses for summer school -- 11 o'clock classes dropped for convo -- Pet is boa constrictor -- R.O.T.C. unit in preparation for inspection -- County schools to give spring concert here -- Student mixers to be held alternate weeks -- First May Queen of Fairmount dies -- Bowers to discuss period furniture -- D.O., Webster give best stunts -- Library bulletins to be out Monday -- Cast to repeat play at North -- School played up in journal -- 'Music hath charms' that will serve to give added prestige -- All tyrannies are founded upon ignorance and prejudices -- Short pants Loy Wood -- Collegiate world -- University bulletin -- Foreign cinema shown here -- 4-H club will fete seniors -- Fairmount grad dies suddenly -- A. E. Ramquist plans concert bureau here -- Sorosis to give mystery play -- Staples will speak to University Club -- Rydjord will speak on trends in history -- Sipple and Hickerson talk at teachers' tea -- McAllister is speaker at Pi Alph meeting -- Parnassus to sponsor dance -- University society: Omega Upsilon initiates pledges Tuesday evening; Sorosis to give informal party; Y.W. to have cabinet dinner Monday night; Faculty to entertain with economy dinner; Beta Nu gives series of weekly studies; Collegiate players to initiate pledges; Students read poetry in Y.W.C.A. meeting -- Stadium is scene of annual track meet -- Women's sport glances / Ruth Bryant -- Golf veterans face season's full schedule -- Man shortage dims Shocker cinder hopes -- Coaching staff boosts intramural athletics -- Pittsburgh track team wins relays -- Tennis squad plays Friday -- Squads elect captains for 1936 season -- Women's basketball summary -- Vandals lead in tournament
Photograph(s): Editor: Miss Eleanor Corcoran is editor-in-chief of the 1936 Parnassus. p. 1 -- Blue Key men: Frank Malone, Henry Onsgard, Cramer Reed, Roy Rogers, George Griffin, Max Hatfield, Carl Hurty, Jimmie Lee, John Beebe, Dene Betty, Gerhardt Eikermann, Don Enochp. 1 -- Loy Wood. p. 2 -- Candidates for Queen: One of these five sorority women will be selected Friday evening at the Parnassus Leap Year dance as Queen of the 1936 Parnassus. The affair will be held in the Herion Gymnasium. Jack Rathbone, president of the Student Council, will present the winning co-ed. The candidates include, top row, left to right, Miss Helen Louise Carr, Sorosis; Miss Eugenia Ver Wiebe, Epsilon Kappa Rho; Miss Geraldine Landsdowne, Alpha Tau Sigma; lower row, Miss Marguerite McCleur, Pi Kappa Psi; and Miss Florence Bergestresser, Delta Omega. p. 3 -- Spring sport captains: These three University men were elected last Friday afternoon as the captains of their respective teams for the spring season. Left to right, they include Dick Price, golf captain; Harry Corbin, tennis captain; and Mark Watson, varsity track captain. p. 4
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.41, no.26, Wichita, Kansas, March 19, 1936. - 4 pages
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