The Sunflower, v.39, no.24 (March 14, 1934)

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1934-03-14
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Beito, E. A. , Read, Cecil B. (Cecil Byron) , University of Wichita -- Class ring
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Article(s): Six trophies captured by debate team -- Finlayson to be insurance head -- Sophomores to assume staff jobs on paper -- Music festival to be given -- Prof Beito writes on teaching of mathematics -- President Jardine meets many social and business engagements during week -- 1934 Parnassus will be ready before May 10 -- Musicians of Wichita will give program -- Mayo brothers give fund for research -- Library praised for Foster's compositions -- Seventy-five teachers to convene here -- Minisa orchestra to give concert -- Mayor says graduates tolerate inefficiency -- Class officers select official University ring -- Dalies Frantz to present concert -- Play cast is selected for next offering -- Board to elect new Friends head -- The past week / Bob Clark -- Dramatics school presents recital -- Rydjord to address appreciation class -- University students prefer to hear Byrd on radio then [sic] read about Little America -- Graduates have theses printed -- Educator says vocational week is unscientific -- R.O.T.C. cadets are vaccinated -- St. Patrick Day honors patron saint of police -- Students to present program at Winfield -- Famous composer to be presented -- Most Harvard men are not so wonderful -- Student control in high school in encouraged -- Freshmen furnish interesting data -- English professor says 'whom' not permanent -- Campus kaleidoscope -- W8AHK, Pittsburgh, calling OA4B, Peru; Dead, injured? -- Ohio U. grants pacifist club official favor -- Barnard council has no control of paper -- University bulletin -- Miss Jacqueline Oliver married to CharlesTheis at ceremony which was solemnized Sunday afternoon -- Hill people still use medicine man -- Campusology -- Sunflower staff members become brig custodians -- Local campus survey discloses modern view of ideal woman -- Looking on / Loy Wood -- Gridleys win two games in A.A.U. -- Labor measure is opposed by university head -- Mystery shrouds preparations for Phi Sigma party -- Sororities -- Jardine, guest of Pi Alph fraternity at dinner meeting -- Sorosis sorority honors the Ireland shamrock with party -- Pi Kappa Psi and barbs 1 takes games -- McMillin takes up duties at U. of Indiana -- Best intra-mural players selected -- Barb 2 defeat Pi Kappa Psi -- Championship rivals save dates for W.U. -- Basketball swan song sung for another year -- Rifle team wins over two rivals -- Intra-mural spring sports begin at W.U.
Photograph(s): Speaker: Clayton Mammel, general agent for the Farmers' and Bankers' Life Insurance Company of Wichita, will speak before the Business Club, Wednesday, March 14, at 6:30 at the Bucket. / photo courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 1 -- Miss Jacqueline Oliver, above, became the wife of Charles Theis last Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. p. 4 -- Secretary to Dr. W. M. Jardine: Miss Mildred Guilliams, 251 North Erie, is a new member of the social circles of the University of Wichita. p. 5 -- New Sororsis pledge: Miss Maurine Birkett, freshmen, has been recently pledged to Sororsis [sic] sorority. / photo courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 5 -- Stars for Gridleys: Jack Ragland, who played with the Shocker squad last year, is now a mainstay on the Gridley's Chieftains team. p. 6
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.39, no.24, Wichita, Kansas, March 14, 1934. - 6 pages
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