The Sunflower, 1931-1932, no.29, April 13, 1932

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.37, no.29, Wichita, Kansas, April 13, 1932. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Ben Spence speaks in assembly: "Canadian system of drink control" is subject of lecture -- Army unit given excellent rating -- Bakkum to head welfare society -- Parnassus will include panels for all groups -- Hillbrand speaks at city meetings -- Engineers test new plane soon -- Select cast for closing production -- English teachers attend convention -- Plans for commencement are nearing completion -- Journalists will debate tomorrow -- Columbia editor ousted for view: Reed Harris is expelled for expose of campus conditions at Columbia -- Designer speaks to student group -- Dunn named colonel of army unit -- Dr. Hostetler dies in Topeka -- Elliott speaks at credit meet -- Sorosis to give Little Theater plays April 22 -- Parts in annual fete assigned -- Collester rhymes cast out of tough situation -- Webster and Sororsis win recognition -- Send petition to Kappa Delta Pi -- Bosworth new 'Y" president -- Big men easiest to interview according to David D. Leahy -- Students return to honor system -- Observe sixtieth commencement -- New kind jam proves fatal: Delegates flee as George Squibb causes panic with snake -- Reverend Duce to head Loyola -- Harbison has lucky record for 13 years -- Student's prank is nearly fatal: Kidnaping Missouri beauty queen results in injury to engineer -- Students visit in coal strike area -- Future teachers have troubles -- Collester solves robot dilemma -- Shocker society: Pi Alpha Pi to entertain; Sorority plans double courtesy; To attend sectional meet at Tulsa; Dr. Schreiber speaks to German Club meet; Bakkum speaks at Aesculapius meet; Mildred Kelly to be married; Alpha Tau Sigma sponsors bridge; Fraternities and sororities; Wall will speak at Fairmount Club; Webster's will preside Saturday; Sorority to give benefit musical; Phi Upsilon Sigma plan spring formal; Cabin party held Sunday; Anita Brown to present oration before Y.W.C.A.; Delta Omega use starlight theme; Matrix members hold business meeting -- Graduates not able to bear political load -- Mrs. Goldsmith extends courtesy -- Students say to support league -- New theory of education for self-expression -- Track team wins at Tulsa; Invade Oklahoma Aggies next -- Goerger's athletes to undergo crucial test in third meet -- Two women's tennis meets are planned -- Tennis team ties Phillips squad -- Eagles defeat Alpha Gams in close contest -- Two tie for captaincy of rifle team -- Track team wins second victory at Tulsa field -- Eagles trounce strong Phi Sigs -- Shocker team is record holder in distance medley -- Women's sports / Dorothea Kyle -- Annual play day of Kansas highs to be held here
Photograph(s): Hero: Above is pictured Roy Schuessler, who has the lead in "Drunkard," last of the University Players productions this year. This will mark the last collegiate play in which Schuessler will appear. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 1 -- Basketball captain: Pictured here is Vernon Vaughnm junior at the university, who Monday night was elected captain of next year's varsity team. p. 1 -- Heroine: Shown here is Miss Geraldine Hite, member of Sorosis, and prominent in activities of the University Players. Miss Hite has the feminine lead in "The Drunkard," the last play of the current season. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 1 -- Appears in Sorosis play: Miss Mary Sipple, one of the outstanding students in dramatics at the University of Wichita will play the part of the old woman in the tragedy to be presented at the same time. Miss Sipple is a senior in the college of education. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 3 -- Univesrity women start spring baseball: As spring arrives, women at the University open up their baseball season with many girl athletes turning out for the first practices. Among the most active in the baseball practices and games are the above girls who are as follows: Left to right, Pauline Folkers, Winifred Lete, Alberta Bainbridge, Mary Lois Rynders, LaVerne Stephenson, Dorothy Wheeler, Helen Murphy, Jean Van Arsdale,Helen Hill, and Mary Neff. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 4