The Sunflower, 1929-1930, no.22, March 26, 1930

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1930-03-26
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Lieurance, Thurlow, 1878-1963 , Bakkum, Glenn , Grant, Chapman , Price, George , Staples, Clayton Henri, 1892-1978 , Bureau of Municipal Social Research
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.22, no.22, Wichita, Kansas, March 26, 1930. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Pin hope for win on Potts: 600 orators to compete in Pi Kappa Delta meet -- Revise requiement for certificate to keep high standard: Student must have degree to teach music, art and expression -- Three editors head new gazette staff -- Student Day set April 23 -- Maj. Grant receives order to Porto [sic] Rico: Leaves University after completion of four years of work -- Manning shows his heels to the field in St. Louis meet / Al Pinaire -- Make proposal for spring glider meet -- Style show is given in W.U. convocation -- Students will test model plane at W.U. -- Regents select faculty -- Fairmount article appears in bulletin -- Bricklaying on new building is started; Also fourth floor -- Maj. Price to assume duties at University -- Death of athlete mourned: Floyd Carter died Monday at hospital in St. Louis -- Journalism school receives picture of Kathleen Kersting -- Miss Coyner talks to class on family -- Change all speech is plan of Mikesell -- Society and clubs: Entertainment of delegates planned at dinner meeting -- Presides at informal Sunday night affair -- Hold Founder's Day banquet in Innes Tea Room -- Use clever sport theme at spring informal Saturday -- Letitia Chowning completes series of informalities -- Clubs, et. al: W.U. sends delegates to state convention; Southwestern holds girls play day meet; Wichita girls rifle team wins 3rd place -- Harold Manning wins wile and two-mile runs at St. Louis meet: Manning takes two firsts at Western A.A.U. indoor meet -- Eagles and Websters draw most places on Sunflower All-Star intra-mural teams -- Barbwires beat Pi Alph basket team -- Special events for college track men at K.U. relay meet -- Shocker cage mentor proves invaluable to Henry's quintet / Kenneth Sauer -- Matson leads 1930 Shocker golf team -- Paddle tennis game played in girls gym
Photograph(s): University of Wichita's "Iron Man" walks off with distance events at Western A.A.U. classic. p. 1 -- W.U. orator: Veryl Pitts, winner of the state oratorical contest at McPherson, will carry the forensic hopes of the University of Wichita, in the 12th annual Pi Kappa Delta convention which will be held here next week. p. 1 -- Floyd Carter: The Sunflower publishes a picture of Floyd Carter, a junior at the University of Wichita, and a star track man. The story of his death and a message from Carter's track coach, Harry T. Goerger, will be found in another column of the paper. p. 1 -- Mary Elizabeth de la Mater. p. 3 -- Gene Johnson coached Hanry's Clothiers to a national A.A.U. basketball championship this year. p. 4
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University of Wichita
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The Sunflower
v.22 no.22
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