The Sunflower, v.41, no.30 (April 16, 1936)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.41, no.30, Wichita, Kansas, April 16, 1936. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Shockers not bothered by peace strike -- Wed - continue your education -- Noted editor will address class of '36 -- New scenery planned for May pageant -- Edwin Thomas 'Indictment' is highly praised -- Inspection is held for R.O.T.C. -- Scholarships offered by University -- Mixer series continued in noon social -- Students give final recital at North High -- Jardine and Neff go to N.C.A. meet -- Campus W.A.A. sponsors high school festival -- Noted pianist will be here for four days -- Post pictures of notables for contest -- Officers elected for new groups -- Representatives go to Lincoln -- Professors go to convention -- Students visit rural schools -- German art is exhibited today -- W.A.A. head at St. Louis conclave -- Good citizenship is easiest for those who can afford it -- University bulletin -- Short pants / Loy Wood -- Collegiate world -- Photo club is started here -- Geology groups to take trips -- R.O.T.C. band prepares for two concerts -- Class of 601, one is a girl -- Library receives Durant's book list -- Baker speaks to journalist class -- Prized winning play given second play -- Report shows new school journALISM -- Mother and father of graduate die -- Educators attend Lawrence meeting -- University Society: Dads honored by Alpha Taus; Journalism students have picnic today; Kappa Rhos to honor parents on Sunday; Wedding date is set for Hutchinson-Tuttle; Salisbury-Powell vows to be taken in June; Perkins-Anthony to be married on May 31; Cosmetologist speaks at Wednesday meeting; Military frat to have formal -- Surgeon plans to make kitten -- Cage tournament end in three way tie -- Baseball schedule is now completed -- Pi Alphs lose to Army in ball game -- Education for girls advised -- Relay squad goes to K.U. annual meet -- Team captures first triumph of track year -- Golfers will play K.U. in March there -- Iowa to send ten stars to relays -- Women start spring sports -- Gauge constructed to measure vacuum -- Squad will go to play Kansas in competition -- North track team wins in Anthony -- Women's sport glances / Iona Hall -- Gensch is elected as head of W.A.A. -- Relay records still standing
Photograph(s): Talking over plans for May Fete: Caught by the Sunflower cameraman as they sauntered about the campus are the two principals in the annual May Fete pageant scheduled for May 1. Miss Belva Web will be Queen of May during the ceremony and Earl Vore will act as chancellor. p. 1 --[Loy] Wood. p. 2 -- Present graduate recitals: Presenting their respective graduate recitals in one program, these three senior students in the College of Fine Arts will be presented next Sunday afternoon in the Wichita High School North auditorium. They include (left to right) Miss Virginia Lawrence, Dudley Burriss and Miss Margaret Hays. p. 3
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The Sunflower
v.41 no.30
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