The Sunflower, v.41, no.22 (February 20, 1936)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.41, no.22, Wichita, Kansas, February 20, 1936. - 4 pages
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Article(s):Teachers are assured free speech rights -- Kansas players will give 'Olympia' here -- Student cast will appear in new play -- New students asked to get photos taken -- Placement bureau wll meet Monday -- Army major begins work here Monday -- A-CSEP aids of students of University -- Adult culture level tested -- Educators like city for meeting -- R.O.T.C. band to inaugurate safety rate -- University men score in meet -- Brunettes are 'tops' again -- Glass blowing attracts many -- Wall finds NYA students have high averages -- Talks replace drill in rain -- Lounge designs are completed -- Holyoke Hall proves asset to university -- Communists are smaller danger to U.S. than are red-baiters -- Much of Wichita's future is being made on Fairmount Hill -- Short pants / Loy Wood -- Collegiate world -- University bulletin -- Eight students go to Denver -- Beebe will go to Tulsa -- 'Porgy' will be given Feb. 29 -- Psalm revised for students -- 145,890 in military training -- Wilkie to attend meeting of deans -- Pi Kaps to entertain at Leap Year -- McKinley speaks to optimists -- University society: Washinton ball is attraction to many; Alpha Gam initiates 23 pledges Sunday night; Y.W. installs cabinet group; Men and women agree - never to agree on S.A.; Beta Nu gives music program; Matrix to sponsor benefit book review; W.A.A will entertain with Monopoly party; French Club to have next meeting March 2; J. B. Patterson to talk at women voters meet -- Quintet will play at Enid on Saturday -- Builders vie for honors with Tigers -- Intramural games postponed until next week -- Shockers take two games in week end tilts -- Ex-Shockers team takes county title -- Team trounces Washburn for third victory -- Wrestlers invited to Manhattan meet -- Women start cage tourney -- Weather puts halt to spring practice -- D.O. vandals tie in rifle match -- Dugan signs with Giants this week -- Wilson is third in scoring homors -- Women's sport glances / Ruth Bryant -- Olympics attract W.U. boxing team
Photograph(s): Brings Players: Prof. Allen Crafton, professor of speech and drama at University of Kansas, is head of the Kansas Players who will present "Olympia" in the University of Wichita auditorium a week from Saturday night. p. 21 -- Heads W.A.A.: Miss Belva Webb is the president of the Women's Athletic Association which will give a Monopoly party next Tuesday night. Miss Aileen Calkins is in charge of the party arrangements. p. 1 -- To be presented in play this afternoon: Rapidly reviewing final preparations for the play, "The Late Christopher Bean," are Cliff Hunt, Miss Vera Setzer and Raelph Harding. They will take the leading roles in the production which is to be given three times on the University campus before being presented by the Wichita people at the University of Kansas. p. 1 -- [Loy] Wood. p. 2 -- Present Beta Nu musical program: Mrs. Paul Oberg, sponsor of Beta Nu honorary music sorority, will present the group this afternoon at the home of Dean Earl K. Hllbrand at the meeting of the University Dames. Miss Mary Margaret Schindler and Miss Virginia Lawrence will assist Mrs. Oberg. p. 3
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The Sunflower
v.41 no.22
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