The Sunflower, v.51, no.04 (October 18, 1945)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.51, no.4, Wichita, Kansas, October 18, 1945. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Registration opens today for Parnassus pictures -- Women deans meet at W.U. -- Flight training available to vets -- "Academic freedom is dead," declares Homer P. Rainey -- New program offered vets -- Homecoming November 9 -- Downtown division presents Johnson -- Janet Israel elected to fill vacant Student Council office -- Band presents music display -- Jeanette MacDonald talks with Sunflower reporter -- Varsities to continue -- Chest opens campus drive -- Students, redeem yourselves! -- Arrange photos early -- Democratic rights neglected -- At last, it's over -- Grads are discharged -- Delta Omega has dance -- Independent men have stag party -- University Dames will meet today -- Sergeants Club pledges three -- Wheaties announce new cheerleaders -- International Club will meet tonight -- Alpha Taus to have dance -- Roundabout the campus -- Weekend at home is not so simple -- W.U. pepsters present convo -- Science fraternity announces pledges -- Typed on a Wednesday / Lois Burrell -- Spastic classroom in seventh year -- Dorcas Reed wins scholarship award -- Plentitude of male thespians dazzles desperate director -- New at the Library / Dorothea Welsh -- Students and faculty meet for generations at bookstore -- Shockers meet Ft. Riley in benefit at El Dorado -- Shocker stuff -- W.R.A. plans program -- W.R.A. intramural soccer schedule -- Service fund goal set for University
Photograph(s): Campus Queen: Helen Dedrick, freshman, Alpha Tau Sigma. p. 1
Newspaper mislabeled as Vol. XLXI.