The Sunflower, v.41, no.28 (April 2, 1936)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.41, no.28, Wichita, Kansas, April 2, 1936. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Prize plays to be given this evening -- Students get dances - but call first off -- Efforts of 31 writers meet with approval -- Bethel choir wil sing at Easter convo -- An open indictment -- Sharp takes on duties as council heads -- Lewis gets much praise -- Queen to be chosen next Wednesday -- Commander of area reviews R.O.T.C. unit -- Tae reaches her homeland -- Future war veterans demand bonuses now -- Junior army receives weapon drill -- Angulo selects cast for play -- Mixers gaining in popularity -- Olympics to be theme of May fete program -- City dads 'renovate' laws - ban on confetti -- Meet attracts W.U. scientists -- Second all-county rehearsal is held -- Wilner judges one act plays contest -- Zoology students study embalming -- Downing attends language meeting -- Eighty aspirants out for practice -- Staff selections anounced again -- Mrs. Beebe writes paper for meeting -- First check sent for Student Union -- W.U. rifle team finishes season -- Spring attracts many -- Do not glorify the army, let it be a servant of the people -- Broad knowledge necessary to success is found in books -- Short pants / Loy Wood -- Collegiate world -- University bulletin -- Rydjord speaks at history meet -- Jewett to write paper on geology -- Modern German art to be shown -- 85 attend faculty supper party, Friday -- Beta Nu plans benefit musical for April 27 -- Miss Barker speaks at Matrix meeting -- Webster gives sping party -- Phi Sigs have fathers' dinner -- Board of graduate studies to have lunch -- Mrs. Mikesell to give book review Friday -- Jones-Tippin marriage to be a June event -- Arrangements made for military party -- Alpha Gams entertain at informal party -- Spring sports heads chosen -- Track team meets Pitt here Friday -- Entries due for baseball -- Mary Harrison gains honor -- Initial C.I.C. tennis clash is tomorrow -- Manning receives Larivee trophy -- Women's sport glances / Ruth Bryant
Photograph(s): Loy Wood. p. 2