The Sunflower, v.41, no.35 (May 21, 1936)

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1936-05-21
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Hyde, A. A. , Speech therapy
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.41, no.35, Wichita, Kansas, May 21, 1936. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Speech lab given Hyde Society gift -- Staffs will be named tonight -- Liberal Arts college has most seniors -- Croft plans new coarses -- B.S. offered to geology majors -- Final mixer to climax dance series -- Bookstore has new souvenirs -- Writers have last meeting -- Color scheme for new building being planned -- Urge academy to train men for politics -- College breaks scholastic ties with Germany -- Competitive drill ends army work -- Conference at Estes to open student meets -- Student's grades to be mailed during vacation -- Plan social activities for senior week -- Survey of student criticism of professors reveals chief faults -- Social legislation for youth is a necessity, not a dream -- Short pants / Loy Wood -- Collegiate world -- University bulletin -- Pi Kap to have formal dance -- Hillbrands serve tea to graduates, guests -- Offices of dramatics sorority are installed -- Faculty holds annual picnic at Sunnydale -- Sorosis to have organdy prom -- State surveyor is guest of Jewett -- President's reception will be held May 30 -- 'W' Club holds annual banquet -- Delta Epsilon initiates ten science students -- Members entertain at annual dinner May 19 -- Schindler if Beta Nu president next year -- Seniors to be honored at sorority reunion -- Roundabout -- University Society: Press banquet held tonight; Max Hatfield is new head of Scouter Club; Cramer Reed to head pre medic fraternity; Greek letter group select new officers, lay plans for coming school year; Aloha [sic] Gam will have formal party; Webster party to be May 29; Milbourn elected head of journalism frat; Betty Gensch is new president of W.A.A.; Art Club to have a Paris theme at party; French club holds department picnic; Eulalah Nissen is new leader of Pi Beta Chi; Kappa Rho Mothers’ Club to have supper; Berkowitz is elected head of Home Ec Club -- Tennis team makes clean sweep in C.C. -- Nursing course to be opened -- Collegiate 4-H Club organizes for 1936 -- Women's sports glances / Iona Hall -- Gorillas nose out Hornets in circuit fight -- Tech team selects football captains -- San Romani advocates training, hamburgers -- Nye chosen to head 'W' Club -- Golfers retain C.I.C. title in matches here -- Tennis tourneys -- Planet discoverer to return to [illegible]
Photograph(s): Baccalaureate: Dr. Eleazer Dawe, pastor of St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church of this city, will deliver the baccalaureate address to the senior class, Sunday evening, May 31. p. 1 -- Commencement: Charles M. Harger, chairman of the State Board of Regents, will deliver the commencent address to the 1936 graduating class Tuesday evening, June 2. p. 1 -- Gold Medal Winners: These three men were winners of gold medals in the annual R.O.T.C. competitive drill held in the University Stadium Tuesday morning. Left to right, they are Bob Mueller, best drilled freshman; Jim Hayes, best drilled sophomore; and Pratt Warren, best drilled junior. Loy Wood, best drilled man in the use of the saber, is not pictured. p. 1 -- [Loy} wood. p. 2 -- Makes party plans: Miss Eulala Nissen, new president, is in charge of the Art Club informal party to be held Friday evening, May 29, at the Shirkmere Ballroom. p. 3
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The Sunflower
v.41 no.35
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