The Sunflower, 1931-1932, no.33, May 11, 1932

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.37, no.33, Wichita, Kansas, May 11, 1932. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Students to take finals next week -- Students attend Estes conclave -- Parnassus is dedicated to Mrs. R. M. Gouldner -- Faculty members attend conclave -- Classes conduct original problem -- Graduate students take examinations -- Candidates for masters degree guests at tea -- Art works placed on exhibit May 16-25 -- Morrison Library receives portraits -- Juniors attend R.O.T.C. camp -- Alumni sponsors annual banquet -- Evils of "demon rum" are exposed in "The Drunkard" -- George Squibb wins Student Council race -- Faculty members make addresses -- Wind tunnel tests made by engineers -- Dr. Branch writes laboratory manual -- Hekhuis returns from convention -- Dramatic group gives more plays -- Army units will clash in contests -- Mothers honored by fraternity -- Fraternity hears W. M. Goldsmith -- Receive word about football -- Founder's Day luncheon planned -- The battle wages -- Should accent first syllable -- Star's first Kansas visit -- Selling contest sponsored by club -- R.O.T.C. appears in G.A.R. parade -- Speech group has annual banquet -- Fossils received by geology department -- Shocker society: Many attend annual informal for May Queen; Organdie prom to be given by Sorosis; Dr. Foght will entertain club; Courtesy given for bride-elect; Art Club holds annual banquet; Club members hear Dr. Frantz talk on Germany; Aesculapius holds initiation services; Pi Kappa Psi plans informal garden party; Engagement is revealed; Reception planned for graduates; Fairmount Club installs new officers May 3; Tea for mothers is successful; Officers of French Club to be chosen; Leap year varsity will be semi-formal; University Women entertained at tea; Aesculapius picnic to be held tonight; Y.W. members hear Mrs. Hyde on Estes Park; Miss Ward is guest of honor; Omega Upsilon elects officers; Scabbard and Blade holds mock initiation -- Pittsburgh is favorite in Central Conference meet: Seven colleges in annual meet -- Olympic Village nears completion -- Webster takes track contest -- Vote for control of administration -- Eagles cinch championship -- Adopt action to prevent cheating -- Shockers score high in victory -- Women's sports / Dorothea Kyle -- Shocker net aces win on city squad -- Start women's golf tourney
Photograph(s): Honored by Parnassus: Pictured here is Mrs. R. M. Gouldner, member of the Board of Regents of the University, and one of the city's outstanding civic and social leaders. The Parnassus, yearbook of the University, is dedicated to Mrs. Gouldner. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 1 -- Winners in council election: Pictured at the left is Miss Genevieve Wright, Epsilon Kappa Rho, and newly elected vice-president of the University of Wichita student council. Upper center is Vance Gillmore, Phi Upsilon Sigma, 1933 treasurer; lower center, George Squibb, Alpha Gamma Gamma, president, and right, Miss Ruth Burney, who was elected secretary. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 1 -- Prominent: Shown above is Miss Frances Templeton, Sophomore at the University, and member of Epsilon Kappa Rho sorority. Miss Templeton is appearing in "The Drunkard," last dramatic production of the University Players. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 3 -- Sprinter: Joe Solter, an important running cog in Goerger's university track team. Solter, former East "Hi" flash, runs in the 100-yard and 220-yard dashes and is a member of the half-mile relay team. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 4
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