The Sunflower, v.53, no.04 (October 2, 1947)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.53, no.4, Wichita, Kansas, October 2, 1947. - 10 pages
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Article(s): Station WU goes on air this week -- Football pep rally called -- Band breaks all records -- War scribe here Monday: Robert St. John first Forum guest -- Vocal leads for opera are chosen -- Debate meet is planned -- Shocker coalition wins 24 offices in campaign -- Police aid in car problem -- Curtis quits staff post -- Strict deadline voted by Sunflower -- Homecoming date is set -- Pi Kaps will honor pledges with dance tomorrow night -- Education fraternity plans picnic meeting to select new members -- Club corner / Betty -- Mu Phi adds 15 pledges -- Twenty men pledge Pi Alph fraternity -- Charlene Parrott is named "Betty Coed" at Gamma party -- Roundabout the campus -- Magazine will select women for college board memberships -- Alpha Tau fetes 23 pledges at informal party Saturday -- Volunteer workers sought by Red Cross -- Logopedics names staff -- Sigma Xi and guests honor Dr. Sonneborn at Commons dinner -- 107 grads attend W.U. -- Students, students! -- On another campus / Lester Rosen -- Student art exhibit now being displayed in Morrison Hall -- Veterans' news / C. O. Taylor -- Campus 'eds and coeds' say 'yes' and 'no' to long skirts -- Dean's semester honor list names 271 to upper ten -- Instructors are added -- Psychology tests begin -- Promote 31 in ROTC -- Atomic power news discussed: Dr. Lyon attends meeting -- Shocker's grid info issued in brochure -- First pep convo is Oct. 5; Plans made for other programs -- Library aids are added -- 35 vets are enrolled in speech institute -- Taylor is named production manager -- B's face All-Americans on Friday: Frosh grid squad goes to Ft. Riley -- Sports plaque to be awarded by W.R.A. -- Speedball is first sport -- Quarterback club see football movies -- Utah State wins game -- Braves bring veteran eleven here: Shockers battle Bradley in second home game, first of three home tilts -- Additional seats set for football game -- Oiling of Vets Field parking area part of expansion plans -- A.L. freshmen open 1947 World's Series in Yankee Stadium -- Plans for marching band are completed -- Craig Hansoh, W.U. student, is driver of midget racer -- Campus social organization's pennies gives girl new life -- First recital plans fixed
Photograph(s): Both Campus and Shocker coalition winners in the annual fall election last Friday gathered together on Saturday and joked about the past heated political campaign. As a result of the election, the Campus party now has six representatives on the Student Council and the Shocker party has seven. Pictured above, from left, Ru Beuke, proportional Council representative, Campus party; Dorothy Neises, proportional representative, Shocker party; Pat Taylor, sophomore Student Council representative, Shocker party; and Pat Rutherford, junior Council representative, Shocker; standing from left, Bill Smith, sophomore class president, Shocker; Bert Davies, proportional representative, Campus party; Dave Enoch, senior Council representative, Campus party; and Lester Rosen, junior class president, Shocker. Not pictured are Maurice Starr, senior Council representative, Shocker; Art Hodges and Kenneth Hedrick, proportional representatives, Shocker; Ralph Brack, senior class president, Shocker; and Dean Skaggs, freshman class president, Shocker. p. 1 -- Robert St. John. p. 1 -- Ballot tabulation after the close of the polls last Friday was conducted by members of the Student Council and several faculty representatives. Faculty representatives include: Mrs. C. U. Price, Commons hostess, at far left; Dr. Hugo Wall, head of the political science department, at far right; and Marvin Harder, political science instructor at Dr. Wall's left. p. 4 -- Three campus coeds demonstrated the clothing conversion this week while two faculty members measured the "downward trend." They include from left, Arlene Cooley, 14 inches from the ground skirt; Jennalee Reid, "the old style"; Dean Leslie Sipple, head of the College of Education, who measures Miss Reid's skirt and shows it's 18 inches from the ground; Rosalyn Rowley, new vogue; and Leslie Blake, associate professor of speech, who finds Miss Rowley's skirt just 12 inches from the ground. p. 5 -- Leads for "Papa is All" will be handled by Helen Christy, right, and Jack Kelso, left. p. 7 -- Ted Warren: He guides frosh. p. 8 -- Shocker quarterback, Earl Hamilton, fullback, Fred Silverthorn, and halfback, Ed Kriwiel, are shown during practice preparing for the Bradley University game, Saturday in Veterans Field. p. 9 -- William Kapell. p. 10