Though we don’t think of 1936 as a particularly hopeful, happy year in American history, the students at the University of Kansas seemed to be doing just fine.
Interesting jazzy artwork, no? Costume parties, bicycles built for two…
Roller skating, swimming, snowmen, shooting, wrestling, and a toucan that is in no way a jayhawk, their mythical mascot. The name is a combination of two birds — the noisy blue jay, known to rob nests, and the sparrow hawk, a stealthy hunter.
The typical hazing took place.
The ladies of the YWCA posed for this portrait.
I found this an odd item to place in a university magazine. What say you?