The Sunflower, v.41, no.29 (April 9, 1936)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.41, no.29, Wichita, Kansas, April 9, 1936 - 4 pages

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Article(s): Sharp, Barber to represent local school -- Sorosis sets date for play -- Juniors take Blue Key oath -- Mistake in Sunflower? It's one in a million -- Authorities plan second police class -- Belva Webb chosen for queen of May -- Teachers work to reorganize state studies -- Bethel choir presented in Easter convo -- Omega Upsilon presentations are successful -- Professors go to Texas meet -- 'Electric Eye' is used here -- Science group organizes club -- English pianist is booked here -- Dutch date experiment at K.U. is good idea -- Instructor is revealed as a former coach -- Farm boy wins $5,000 for essay on 'How can America stay out of war?' -- Morrison Library receives furniture -- Drill set for federal inspection -- Group to take goodwill tour -- Psych major given award -- Staples to speak on art broadcast -- Army band begins spring concerts -- Peace strikes cast doubt on mental maturity of students -- Egotists must swallow pride if they are to be satisfied -- Short pants / Loy Wood -- Collegiate world -- University bulletin -- Students waste six hours in each day -- Campus folder will be issued -- Ingram takes up new duties today -- Teachers attend convention at K.U. -- Ninth Play Day planned here -- Art exhibit shown at Wichita Museum -- Staples returns from Nashville -- University Society: Military frat to fete Lieut. Juan DeBerna; Bureau places trial teachers; Fine Arts seniors to give recitals; Annual dinner to honor dads; Mixers attract many students; University set feted at informal dinner; Jardine addresses Hypatial meeting; Klos-Postlewaite vows will be read April 26; Beta Nu to sponsor benefit on April 27 -- Bureau places trial teachers --Fine Arts to give recitals -- Reed speaks to journalism class-- Use of sight to be taught -- Debate in Norman is season's last -- Prehistoric men will be modeled -- Trackmen meet rivals Saturday -- Golfers will meet Aggies on April 15 -- Women losers pay for shows -- Minisa to be given at North -- Now a round trip ticket 2,711 years ago - a Greek -- Courtmen seek third victory on Wednesday -- Library gets best sellers -- Shockers drop meet to Pitt -- Intersectional games set for next season -- Geology prof will write for bulletin
Photograph(s): Coming here: Frank Mannheimer, noted London pianist and teacher, is coming to Wichita, April 20, by the downton division of the University of Wichita. p. 1 -- [Ruth] Sharp; [Phyllis] Barber. p. 1 -- To reign over Olympic pageant: Miss Belva Webb, vice-president of Pi Kappa Psi sorority, yesterday was chosen by the student body of the University to serve as Queen of May during the Olympic Pageantto be presented in the stadium, Friday night, May 1. Earl Vore will act as chancellor. p. 1 -- [Loy] Wood. p. 2 -- [W. K. "Tex"] Ingram. p. 2 -- On committee: Miss Ruth Garvey is one the committee [members] in charge of the annual Alpha Tau Father-Daughter banquet to be at the sorority house Thursday evening, April 16. The committee also includes Misses Maxine Elliot, Mary [illegible] Reeser, and Betty Hatrick. p. 3
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