The Sunflower, 1931-1932, no.25, March 16, 1932

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.37, no.25, Wichita, Kansas, March 16, 1932. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Picture is sketched in convocation: Professor Staples speaks on "Beginning of an oil painting" -- Lieurance honors French musician -- Geology majors attend lecture -- From Anti-war Club -- Complete tennis, golf and track eligibility lists -- Studies chemical warfare in camp -- Awards received in seashore test -- Sipple and Morris have R.U.R. leads -- University host to 600 musicians -- D.A.R. flagpole erected on campus -- French students to present two comedies in May -- New Tau Omega chapter founded -- Plan next year's library session -- Wiley and Day compete for student votes in annual queen election -- Alpha Tau Sigma has best stunt -- Men's Glee Club to give program -- University to award rifle team trophy -- Survey made of blind and deaf -- Summer session to open June 1 -- Army has annual inspection here April 7 and 8 -- Team has match at West Point -- Finance school has employment survey -- Debaters in win at five state meet -- Receive material from institution -- Was campus an Indian "front?" -- Scores failure to apply facts -- Five-year world plan is proposed -- Washburn organizes a dramatic society -- Carter record has signatures -- New degree will be granted soon -- Stamp series is on exhibition -- Shocker society: Mystery party arouses interest of the campus; German Club shows slides of "William Tell" at meeting; Initiation services are held for ten pledges Thursday; Omega Upsilon announces new pledges; Art Club members make silhouettes; Rifle teams entertained at dinners; University Dames give St. Patrick Day bridge tea; Hekhuis to speak next Sunday at Vesper services; Fairmount Club hears talk by Mrs. Carleson; Faculty party to be held downtown; Fraternities and sororities; Administration Club has a mystery meet -- Webster wins intramural; W.U. meets Bethel in track -- Webster defeats Pi Alpha Pi intramural championship -- Sports / Kenneth Hays -- Make provisions for equestrian Olympic events -- Webster gets most places on all-school team -- Shocker track team starts training for first meet April first -- Spring football practice needed in universities -- University of California accepts trust fund -- Former Shockers selected on All-American five -- 1932 North-South grid game played at Baltimore -- Women's sports / Dorothea Kyle -- W.A.A. hostess to state high school play day -- George Little is chosen athletic director at Rutgers U. -- W.A.A. starts on membership drive march
Photograph(s): Candidate: Shown above is Miss Helen Day, senior at the university and member of Delta Omega social sorority. Miss Day is a candidate for May queen, subject to the will of the student body in today's election. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 1 -- Candidate: Pictured here is Miss Margaret Wiley, University of Wichita senior, and member of Alpha Tau Sigma, women's social sorority. Miss Wiley will seek student support in today's election for May queen. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 1 -- Best in five states: Shown here is the women's debate team of the University. These women, fresh from their victory over debaters from five states at Durant, Okla., are scheduled to meet Bethany in two debates today. They are, from left to right, Miss Inez Crowder, Miss Natalie Ring, and Miss Razella Klepper. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 2 -- Matrix pledge: Pictured here is Miss Ruth Lampl, member of Sorosis society, and prominent in campus social affairs. Miss Lampl is a newly-initiated member of Matrix, women's honorary journalistic sorority on campus. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 3 -- Track captain: Leland Rennick, captain of the 1932 University of Wichita track team. Rennick is also a star performer in the high hurdles events. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 4