The Sunflower, 1930-1931, no.30, May 13, 1931

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Article(s): Lindley speaks to graduates -- Students' work on display at library -- R.O.T.C. annual competition drill on football field -- Neff and Lambky first in contest -- Play by Shaw to be given: 'Devil's Disciple' presented Thursday, Friday by University Players -- Brooks, Brown, Klepper, Horton: Hills and dales of campus echo election shout with consistent repetition -- Sunflower blooms once more -- Student Council and Sunflower submit reports -- Official meet to arrange schedules -- Wichita U. students receive scholarships -- Negotiate with England for right the enter colonies -- Alumni Committee arranges banquet -- Southwestern to get new president -- Hekhuis will teach at training school -- Brooks winner in race: Brown new vice president; Klepper is secretary; Horton treasurer -- Books by Mikesell will be out soon: 'Liberal Arts Program' to contain many articles by Wichitans -- Senator speaks in convocation -- Announce schedule for final exams for the last semester -- Maj. Price to camp at Ft. Leavenworth -- Sorosis awarded tea set -- Army fraternity initiates members -- College marriages more permanent -- Back stage secrets of University stage crew reveals "Devil's" play -- Is education failing? -- Stamp collector has rare issues -- Librarian wants owner of seal to take a proof -- Society: Miss Clough is honor guest of many courtesies; Pi Kappa Psi spring formal to be Friday; Thirty-fourth anniversary of Sorosis honored; Zeta Delta Epsilon spring formal to be Friday, May 15 -- Clubs: French Department to entertain high school students; Maxine Allen to be president of Art Club next year; D. MacRoberts and A. Towner report science meeting; L. M. Nanniga speaks on lies at Y.W. meeting; Political CIubs elect officers of 1931 fall term -- Track team to Pittsburg; Websters win baseball league: Sixteen men make trip to state meet -- Women hold free-for-all W.A.A. meet -- Tennis team loses match to Washburn -- Women golfers to have picnic -- Golf team is selected for state meet -- Track teams will complete events -- Amazons lead in W.A.A. tourney -- Play sixteen innings with Eagles team -- Stars team holds lead in track unit -- Intra-mural tennis tourney progresses -- Addition to the geology division
Photograph(s): Musician: Miss Helen Rockwood, senior at the University of Wichita, who placed first in piano solo in the State Music federation contest and who went to St. Louis this last week to compete in the district meet. Miss Rockwood is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Rockwood, 323 N. Yale. She is past-president of Pi Kappa Psi sorority. / Courtesy Wichita Eagle. p. 3 -- Track: Harry T. Goerger is director of physical education for men and track coach. His first term of coaching and teaching in the university was in 1929. He received his degree from Harvard university. p. 4 / Courtesy Wichita Beacon -- Football: Al Gebert is the newest addition to forces that direct the destinies of athletic endeavor at the university. Last year was his fifth year of coaching yellow and black garbed gridsters. His school is Notre Dame. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 4 -- Basketball: Eugene Johnson is head basketball coach at the University of Wichita, having begun his coaching of the Shocker cage squad in 1928. His alma mater is the Emporia Teachers College, Emporia. / Courtesy Wichita Beacon. p. 4
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.36, no.30, Wichita, Kansas, May 13, 1931. - 4 pages
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