The Sunflower, v.42, no.30 (April 15, 1937)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.42, no.30, Wichita, Kansas, April 15, 1937. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Army men drill for government – Student forum seeks speaker for May event -- Flint Hills trip made by class -- Student forum seeks speaker for May event -- Four states represented at meeting -- Sorosis gives 'Nine Till Six' as annual play -- Fifteen Blue Key pledges are selected: Honor group is representative -- 'Varieties' opens April 20 -- State history teachers will attend meeting -- Blair, Monson, Brown are ill -- Shaffer's talk is next of ten news lectures -- Sipple chosen to head state child guidance -- High schools gather here for festival -- McKinley talks to guidance meeting -- Election of queen is set for April 23 -- Craig is first in intramural forensic meet -- Spring concert features work of Wichitans -- Voters say no to amendment -- Mastery of self and work tends to give certainty -- R.O.T.C. marches to progress, building up America's manhood -- Blue Key membership means more than ordinary recognition -- The last add / Kathleen Hite -- Collegiate world -- University bulletin -- Alpha Gam and Kappa Rho win hippo awards -- Jardine speaks in Hutchinson -- Range to move from attic to assessment site -- Seniors order announcements – Roundabout -- Y.W. installs many officers -- Memorial services held last evening -- Pre-medic hop will be Friday -- Kappa Rho to have dinner for fathers -- Election of officers to be on Thursday -- Council of University Women to have dinner -- Speech Science Club has 'pot luck' supper -- Fleur-de-lys to be French Club theme -- Noted poet speaks for Writers Club -- Tea courtesy given for advisory board -- Members of 4-H Club will go to Manhattan -- Journalism students plan annual banquet -- Scabbard and blade initiates -- Websters entertain at annual spring dance -- Patroness tea has novel motif -- Six track men to attend K.U. relays Friday -- Shockers take first victory -- Women's sport glances / Laura Howard -- Netmen play Oklahoma team -- Tournaments start for archery fans -- Golfers to go to O.U. for meet Saturday -- The sporting thing / Roger Baker -- Tennis events are starting this week -- Varsity golfers defeat Aggies -- Basketball varsity selection is made -- Tuberculosis is subject of talk
Photograph(s): Yesterday Blue Key elected: 13 junior men as candidates for membership. From left to right, top row, they are: Jack Chapman, Max Milbourn, Victor Blurton, Grenville Darling, Sherman Culbertson. Second row: James Hamilton, Pat Adams, Harry Corbin, John Glades, Elder Gunter. Third row: Sam West, Dick Price, Charles Kinsey, Kent Waddell. Barney Nash not pictured here. p. 1 -- Kathleen Hite. p. 2 -- The school officials depend on these girls, their secretaries, to keep the offices in order. Left to right they are: Mrs. Marcella Harness, Business Administration; Miss Mary Carlock, Extension Division; Miss Mildred Guilliams, President Jardine; Miss Mary Ellen Babb, Liberal Arts; Miss June Palmer, Dean of Women; Lois Stebbins, Education; and Miss Marie Shad, Office of the Comptroller. p. 3
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The Sunflower
v.42 no.30
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