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The Sunflower, v.52, no.13 (December 19, 1946)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.52, no.13, Wichita, Kansas, December 19, 1946. - 14 pages
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Article(s): Cagers face biggest test next week -- W.U.-Texas game is off -- Parking situation on campus is relieved; violators are fined -- Sportswriters of yesteryear pulled no punches in stories -- New faculty on campus -- Jardines go to Honolulu -- ROTC is open to flight officer vets -- Christmas convocation tomorrow -- Debate team wins honors -- Gaddis asks dance groups to preserve floor in men's gym -- Random reviews / Kathryn Bowen -- Veterans' news / Dean Campbell -- Grad gossip / Mickey McCoy -- Typed on a Wednesday / Willilam Fein -- Schedules are revised -- Bargain counter sized crowds in Library amaze graduates -- Galatas represents W.U. at Y.W. meet -- Final date set for tentative schedules -- Scholastic records of W.U. athletes soar to new highs -- Show movies -- Placements are problem -- Noted editor is scheduled -- Airline will reserve fleet of airplanes for student travel -- 'Hollyday' dance motif -- Kappa Rho alumnae entertains at coffee -- Lunch will honor Pi Kappa Psi actives -- Logopedics to hold tea at Washburn U. -- Gammas plan Yule dance -- Dance cancelled -- Frat dance tomorrow -- Alpha Taus hold dance -- Pi Kap hop scheduled -- Dance marks anniversary -- Roundabout the campus -- Date set for Phi Sig hop -- Two frats tied for football title -- Emporians bow again -- Shocker sports events of 1946 show good year for athletes / Lester Rosen -- Talk labeled speculative -- Basketball slated to start Jan. 8 for intramural teams -- Cagers try for fourth win at O.C.U. -- W.U. stings Hornet five -- Statistics reveal all-round team play of W.U. cagers -- Wrestlers to work through vacation preparing for meet
Photograph(s): President W.M. Jardine. p. 1 -- June Cale and Dean Olds, pictured above, received high honors in the recent opening debate tournament at Austin, Texas. p. 3 -- In anticipation of a festive holdiay season, social chairmen of various organizations have competed preparations for annual Christmas dances. Pictured above, seated left to right are Marge Morris, Alpha Tau Sigma; Eleanor Moore, Pi Kappa Psi; Bobbie Gwinn, Sorosis; Dorothy Meier, Independent Students Association; and Cleda Belle Ross, Delta Omega. Second row, standing, are John Masters, Alpha Gamma Gamma; Bob Johnson, Phi Upsilon Sigma; and Don Overend, Men of Webster. p. 7
Includes Collegiate Digest, Volume 12, Issue 4: Photograph(s): Ruth E. Hoehn, Kent (Ohio) State University, giving a welcoming wink to the old grads. p. 11 -- Fraternity brothers of George Bowman serenade Beatricia Bierau of Bethany College, W. Va. Weird lighting effect was achieved by a single candle, carried by the pin girl. p. 11 -- Patricia Keener, Denison University, Granville, Ohio, with her Luscome plane, the Kappa Klipper. p. 11 -- Battle of Baker Hall: The Ohio State veterans bivouaced on the Oval in protest against the university's threat to oust men and move women into a hotly contested residence hall. p. 12 -- Pup tents and rolled up blankets where the men spent the night on the Oval. p. 12 -- Baker Hall. p. 12 -- Northwestern University Octet. p. 12 -- Family facts: Pansy K. Parker (mother, coed, waitress and taxi driver), Pennsylvania State College, shown in cab getting notes on classwork. In the Lyons home, both father and daughter are students. Doing their homework are Patricia (right) and her father, while Mrs. Lyons catches up on her sewing. p. 13 -- Robert Bolce, Bowling Green (Ohio) State University and Jimmy, pet squirrel. p. 13 -- College campuses draw students from far off lands: Dora Villafane (Puerto Rico), Texas Christian University; Haussin Mohamed Sader (Baghdad, Iraq), Colorado State College. p. 14 -- Coach Fritz Crisler, University of Michigan.