The Sunflower, 1926-1927, no.28, April 8, 1927

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1927-04-08
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.21, no.28. Wichita, Kansas, April 8, 1927. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Wichita host to Pi Kappa Delta 1929 convention: Chapter at W.U. will entertain national organization at next regional -- Mildred Gavitt '26 wins poem contest -- Aspiring journalists tear hair and gnash teeth as editor raves -- W.U. students back from conventions: Barnabas wins third place in extemporaneous speaking contest at Ottawa -- Dean Mikesell to speak to A.A.U.W. -- R.O.T.C. men in annual circus at Kansas City: Scarth, Camp, West, Whitmore, and Thompson represent Wichita -- Principals chosen for May festival: Fern Covert, Margaret Jane Judkins and Archie elected to head celebration -- Y.M.C.A. addressed by Dr. Gossard -- Three new faculty members chosen: C. C. Harbison, former Fairmount teacher, will head Public Speaking Dept. -- W.U. students act in summerly play -- Forty-one will graduate from W.U. this year: Requirements of new University accounts for smaller number -- Last debate held with Alva normal -- Awards voted to all W.U. debators: Six Pi Kappa Delta keys and eight letters will be given to those who debated -- Works on Parnassus almost finished -- Arabelle elucidates -- Dean returns from A.A.U.W. meeting: More than 1000 women attend forty-first convention at Washington -- Sorisis informal committees chosen: Spring party will be given at Crestview Country Club on April 29 -- Jordon-Brugh -- Alpha Tau Sigma -- Psi Tau Delta -- Webster -- Co-eds pledged -- Pan-Hellenic -- Pi Alpha Pi -- Alpha Gamma Gamma -- Delta Omega -- Pi Kappa Psi -- Shadows, gypsies, and ebony cats bring fear to shivering pledges -- Sorosis -- Henri Verbrugghen, conductor, Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra has had interesting career -- An honor -- The new education -- Faculty makes a student decalogue: "Student body needs something to wake them up," says a faculty member -- Pat Murphy at college -- World fellowship is chapel theme -- Women will hold intra-mural meet: Thirty women report regularity for practice; Meet to be held in May -- W.U. track stars make good showing: Many freshmen report for practice; Two letter men are back -- Junior and senior tem takes first -- Girls net teams send challenges -- Four Emporians to get track medals -- Quaker track men have hard practice: Are lacking in men for weight events and pole vault; Meet this Friday -- Fortune in prizes for K.U. relays: Forty-nine gold watches and twenty-eight gold medals to be given in prizes -- A.V.I. meet will be held in May: Many inquiries received with regard to meet; Wichita High to enter teams -- Burwell signs contract -- The spectator -- Wonders! Men grow feminine! Reserve right to change mind -- McPherson wins state debate meet: Wichita University makes good showing in debate conference -- "The Whole Town's Talking": A hilarious comedy by John Emerson and Anita Loos, authors of "Gentle Prefre [sic] Blondes" -- Curt college comments -- What are the eds and co-eds coming to?: Lack of religion revealed
Photograph(s): Catherine Wallace who was chosen by Cecil B. DeMille as the best looking girl in W.U.. / photo courtesy of The Wichita Eagle. p. 3 -- Archie Booth, who was elected as chancellor for the May Day ceremonies, and Fern Covert, who was chosen May Queen. / photo courtesy of The Wichita Eagle. p. 7
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The Sunflower
v.21 no.28
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