The Sunflower, 1931-1932, no.31, April 27, 1932

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.37, no.31, Wichita, Kansas, April 27, 1932 - 4 pages

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Article(s): To dedicate a new flagpole tomorrow -- Cast is chosen for May fete -- Petition council to withhold charter -- Professor gives brain for scientific study -- Famous composer to be honored in program today -- Name winners of annual competition for places in coveted honor five -- Reveal content of Parnassus -- Capture man who wounded student -- Dunn rated as honor student of Army Corps -- Geology classes go on field trip -- Isely to speak at forum on Thursday -- Studets of stagecraft to present plays -- Library gets gift of history books -- Candidates announced for student council election -- Name civic music club committees -- Dasch discusses effect of radio -- Summer faculty list completed -- Ebright speaks to Aesculapius Club -- R.O.T.C. band opens series of concerts -- City manager praises students -- Reveal truths about faculty -- Too young for college work -- Joint meeting of Y.M. groups -- Stanford gifts nearing million -- May Day custom dates to old Roman festival -- New head gear becoming fad -- Officials refuse California's plea: Imigration [sic] authorities stick by decision to deport Chinese student -- Methodist ranks first preference -- Persistence yields goats -- Wyoming editor is suspended -- Shocker society: Omega Upsilon will entertain on April 30th; Former students will marry; Varsity to be sport dance; German Club plans picnic on May Day; Dorothy Ward's betrothal told; Dorothea Roth will speak at Y.W.C.A.; Marriage date revealed Sunday; Scabbard and Blade preside as hosts; Helen Day to be made of honor; Aesculapius will hold picnic meeting; Dr. Cook of Beloit is Hillbrand guest; Annual reception of French Club to be held May 2nd; Omega sponsors puppet show; Phi Upsilon Sigma preside at formal; Intra-fraternity dance planned; Ramona Wiley entertains guest; Fraternities and sororities; Art Club meets at Seward home -- Shockers win in triangular meet; Dual Quakers next: Easily defeat Quakers and Moundbuilders in track combat Monday -- Half mile team to Drake relays -- Phi Sigs and Pi Alphs win -- Intramural track meet here Monday -- Godl squad is defeated twice -- Tennis and golf teams in defeats -- Sixty entries in A.V.I. meet here Saturday -- Grade schools in track meet -- Play day is won by Pine Tree Ranch -- Women's sports / Dorothea Kyle
Photograph(s): Honored: Miss Marjorie Murphy, senior at the University, and member of Pi Kappa Psi sorority. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 1 -- Honored: Miss Amy Ruth Mahin, editor of the 1932 Parnassus, and member of Sororis sorority. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 1 -- Honored: Miss Helen Day, 1932 May Queen, and member of Delta Omega sorority. -- Honored: Miss Dorothea Roth, president of Epsilon Kappa Rho, and this year's president of the Y.W.C.A. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 1 -- Prominent musician: Pictured above is Miss Evelyn Garlisch, senior at the University and student in the College of Fine Arts. Miss Garlisch is prominent in campus music circles and organist in one of the city's churches. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 3 -- Motes wins: Trailing at the start, Motes, Shocker distance runner, made a spectacular rally, overhauling his fore-runners, and won the two-mile run in Monday's tri-meet. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 4