The Sunflower, v.50, no.28 (May 17, 1945)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.50, no.28, Wichita, Kansas, May 17, 1945 - 8 pages
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Article(s): Staff members named for student publications -- Forum board selects 41 -- Alpha Gams plan house -- Summer school holds 3 terms -- Bond sales exceed 1944 -- Estes camp open in June -- Commencement program to present scholastic awards -- State CAP on campus -- "Cover Girl" is Sandifer -- Bouquets to the seniors -- University traditions upheld -- A pat on the back -- Library shows hobby display -- Typed on a Wednesday / Joanie O'Bryant -- New at the Library / Dorothea Welsh -- Tests on rats show results -- Betty Yanaway taken in death -- Bookstore to remain open -- Whan makes survey of radio listeners -- Marshall president of Mu Phi Epsilon -- Decker to teach in Tennessee -- Two to take honors exam -- Education award given to Mather -- Teacher positions now available -- Grant scholarship to Jeanne Brooks -- Sororities elect heads -- Roundabout the campus -- Redfield, Zerbe honored at dinner -- Alpha Tau has dance -- Mather gives senior recital -- Pi Kaps to honor grads -- McGuire to head University Players -- Wilkie gives tea for senior women -- Dames Club has musical -- Organ recital to be Sunday -- Independents elect Holloway president -- Elect Mather to Players -- Y.W. honors mothers -- Lawless heads Alpha Gam alumni -- Piano, voice recital given -- Artist killed in Europe -- Shockers considered for Missouri Valley -- Schools in Valley league cast vote to admit University -- Seek senior women to serve in WAVES -- Speech clinic goes on summer schedule -- Delta Omega wins rifle tournament -- Workshop runs during June -- Letter men are honored -- Women's sports reach final round -- Rotunda murder of W.U. queen solved by Prof. Wugo Law -- End campaign for magazine
Photograph(s): [Joanie] O'Bryant. p. 2 -- Historic battle scene for USO: First act of Dr. Lindsley F. Kimball as new national USO president was to accept, on behalf of USO, the finished painting of the now famous Iwo Jima flag-raising photo from artist and Coast Guard Signalman Robert Diebboll of Detroit, Mich. p. 7
Newspaper mislabeled as Vol. XLX.