The Sunflower, 1931-1932, no.32, May 4, 1932

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.37, no.32, Wichita, Kansas, May 4, 1932. - 4 pages
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Article(s): R.O.T.C. is to hold annual competition -- Organize summer teaching classes -- Hekhuis to attend religious conclave -- Arrange track meet schedule for conference -- Graduate takes masters' tests -- Sipple will speak fir social forum -- 26 to apply for masters degrees -- Fire army service rifle in club match -- Bakkum will speak at state meeting -- Lieurance's picture appears in 'Etude' -- Annual will be distributed and dedicated May 11 -- Debator injured in auto wreck -- Candidates for student council president makes speeches in convocation -- Band to present second concert -- Staples prepares for art exhibit -- University scene of annual tests -- Commencement arrangements are complete -- Honorary degree is given Miss Isely -- Rutledge assigned to summer camp -- Demonstrate meat cutting methods -- To present annual May fete Friday -- Witterman talks at Lions Club meeting -- Sociologists make trip to Winfield -- Organize fencing club on campus -- Place seniors for next year -- Music students give program -- Sorority plans formal party -- Dean and Mrs. Sipple preside -- Air school fate left to Regents -- What makes Miss America -- Ceremony marks flag acceptance -- Women voters will hold election of officers -- Shocker society: Helen Griffin will wed Californian; Fraternity will honor mothers; Rose bud is theme of formal; Fraternities and sororities; University Women to honor mothers; Final varsity to be outstanding; Delta Omega will honor May queen; Business Club to hold dinner meet tonight; Inter-fraternity dance to be held; Mrs. G. W. Price honors visitors; Spring reception of French Club is held Monday; Elect Mother's Club president -- Shockers in quadrangular meet here Saturday -- Emporia Hornets look strongest -- Golf squad in first victory -- Relay team third in Drake contest -- Pittsburg holds college play day -- Websters lose to Pi Alpha Pi -- North High wins Ark Valley meet -- Omnibus tour to visit Olympics -- Elect Hester to W.A.A. presidency -- Women's sports / Dorothea Kyle -- L.M. track meet to be held here today
Photograph(s): Opponents: Pictured here are the candidates for the office of vice president of the Student Council. On the left is Miss Raezella Klepper, Delta Omega, and right, Miss Genevieve Wright, Epsilon Kappa Rho. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 1 -- In presidential race: Political interest at the university centers on these three men. They are candidates for the office of president of the Student Council, the highest political office to which a student may aspire. From left to right they are: George Squibb, Alpha Gamma Gamma; Bert Wells, Zeta Delta Epsilon, and Merrill Bosworth, barb. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 1 -- Preside at fete: Shown here are Miss Helen Day, May Queen of the university, and Raymond Brown, chancellor. These two will have charge of May day activities Friday night, which include the presentation of the pageant, "Half My Kingdom." p. 2 -- Marriage date revealed: Miss Helen Griffin, popular senior at the University of Wichita, will be married June 4 to Mr. Fred M. Edwards of Taft, Cal. Miss Griffin will receive her A.B. degree this month and plans to leave immediately for Yuma, Ariz., where the ceremony will be performed. She is the daughter of Mrs. Mattie Griffin, 1704 Holyoke. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 3 -- President: Clayton Walton, president of the Pi Kappa Delta chapter at the University of Wichita. The local organization will initiate several new members soon. Walton, who is a sophomore, and a member of Pi Alpha Pi fraternity, is prominent in debate. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 3 --
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The Sunflower
v.37 no.32
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