The Sunflower, 1927-1928, no.26, March 30, 1928

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.21, no.26, Wichita, Kansas, March 30, 1928. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Regents approve sketch for new science building: Preliminary plans for lanscaping [sic] the campus also submitted; Plans cover period of fifty years -- University co-eds vie with Gady Book in dress a la mode -- Pitts and Barnabas to go to convention: Wichita U. to be represented at national Pi Kappa Delta convention -- Club to discuss Schubert -- Vernon Lawson to head University Y.M. coming year: To hold series of lectures, first one of which is to be given this week by Dr. Foght -- Wilner will speak at national meet: National Drama League will hold annual convention at Kansas City April 19-23 -- Spring Fever -- W.U. teachers will attend convention: Wilkie and Branch will represent W.U. at University Women's convention -- Aviation school assured for W.U. by Regent Board: Twenty courses are listed in curriculum for this year; Local men will teach -- Sorosis to present Little Theater plays: Tentative cast is announced for three one-act plays to be given April 14 -- K.S.A.C. girls win oratorical contest -- Sketches and skits -- Mr. Fischer to give third opera recital: "Die Walkure" by Richard Wagnerwill be presented next Sunday by Wichita artists -- Club will discuss "Women in Politics" -- Junior edition given Sunflower award -- French comedy will be presented soon: Mildred Kelley, Frank Salisbury and Clewell Murphy have leading parts -- All the young green campus things throb to beautiful "sprig" [sic] -- Installation Night held by Y.W.C.A.: "The Garden of Y" is theme for annual banquet held by campus organization -- Dr. Branch arranges for science meeting: 250 scientists will gather in Wichita for convention here April 13 nd 14 -- A co-ed's diary -- Good luck, delegates -- Making a new start -- Our congratulations -- Dream on, ye brave! -- Spring is came -- The basketball tournament -- Social calendar offers gay events: Spring formals will start soon; Sorosis to give Little Theater plays -- Seniors will preside at clever informal -- Phi Upsilon Sigma -- Alpha Tau Sigma -- Phi Lambda Psi -- Pi Alpha Pi -- Delta Omega -- From the arms of great god Morpheus, Bentz again comes to -- National sorority to meet in Wichita: Omega Upsilon, dramatic sorority, to be entertained by local chapter -- Holyoke entertains at informal dance -- Omega Upsilon will give benefit bridge -- Student Council to meet -- Dr. Foght delivers sermon on the history of Buddhism -- Departmental ditties / E. F. S. -- Tillie the Tattler tells trying tales to Terrible Timothy -- Spanish Club gives mock funeral Monday -- Pianissimo / Mary Bowling -- Freshmen publish the "Green Gazette" -- The collegiate bookworm: "Tristram" / Alice Whittaker; Modern Shakespeare / Gladys Salter -- Sorosis -- Modern art trends -- Fine Arts finesse -- Mrs. Foght addresses Y on customs of Japan: Viewpoint of Japanese women is presented by Mrs. Foght at first meeting after installation -- Basketball tourney to close with dinner: Series of class round robin games completed today; Winner to receive banner -- First "playday" to be given by W.A.A. -- Colleges prepare to send relay entries -- 20 R.O.T.C. men will attend Leavenworth: University of Wichita will be represented in boxing, wrestling, and sharpshooting -- Dr. Foght speaks to students on China: "The New Chinese Nationalism" is subject of speech given before history students
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