The Sunflower, v.53, no.16 (January 8, 1948)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.53, no.16, Wichita, Kansas, January 8, 1948. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Fall exams will begin January 19 -- Staff posts are opened -- Star-studded cast is ready with show for firstnighters -- Valley opener is tonight: Binford men face Drake off campus -- Parnassus dance set on Jan. 26 -- Reagan attends: Educator ridicules U.S. 'way of life' at math confab -- Trimble will take coaching reins; Graham leaves Feb. 1 -- Book audit is scheduled -- Unconventional student love blossoms in winter, not spring -- Beware!: Married Men's Club organized by wives at Loyola College -- Church group topic of Sunday meeting is marriage, family -- Newman Club heads hold meeting tonight -- Dr. Nock completes articles for Collier's -- Pi Kaps name Curry 'Joe College' of 1948 at Christmas dance -- 'Cymbeline' tryouts begin at 3 o'clock -- G.I. speech contest to be held Jan. 16 -- Folk dance set Sunday -- National frat re-activated -- Parnassus proofs are due Saturday -- Roundabout the campus -- Innes man speaks to Accounting Club; annual dues lowered -- I.S.A. elects new officers -- No money for study for foreign students -- Okay by us! -- Veterans' news / C. O. Taylor -- California in '49!: Raisin Bowl Shockers acclaim Fresno sunshine, hospitality -- Attention!: University students who drop courses will lose credits -- Young French citizen reveals war and peacetime narrative / Jim Foster -- Stage jobs to open for men students -- College fees stay same -- Cage league play starts -- Cagers cop meet title -- Grid team drops bowl tilt to C.O.P. -- I.S.A. mixer in Commons -- UNESCO will open drive for Munich U. -- Thirty-five interns trained by N.I.P.A.
Photograph(s): New Shocker head football coach Jim Trimble gets congratulations of Ralph Graham, right, who moves from this University to Kansas State College on Feb. 1. p. 1 -- The bodies of Donald Bradley and Howard Thiry, both University juniors will be returned to Wichita Friday for burial after the two 22-year old former army air force lieutenants lost their lives in a plane crash near Hamilton Field, Calif., on New Year's Day. p. 1 -- Tom J. Curry. p. 2 -- Mayor Charles Ritchie (top photo left), shakes hands with Jim Trimble, right, while Ralph Graham looks on. Part of the huge crowd which attended the pep rally for the Raisin Bowl (center top photo). (Top right) Standing next to an unidentifed pullman porter, Vic Frangione and Harclerode (in front with bag) and in back, John Walker (left), Charles McCullough, Dee Egbert, Carl DePaolis, Ray Morrison, Linwood Sexton, and Herb Harrison board the Grand Canyon Limited for Fresno. (Bottom left photo) at Los Angeles Union Station, Art Hodges is in a wheelchair with Tom Allen holding his leg as Vinnie Gott, Bob Harclerode, John Agee, Vic Frangione, Mike Knopick, Dick Sharp, John Walker, Harold Tjaden, Earl Hamilton, Herb Harrison, John Swinehart, and Carl DePaolis look on. Shockers pictured in the Pacific Ocean are (from left) John Stucky, Ray Morrison, John Walker, Dick Sharp, and Dee Egbert. p. 6 -- Dance, ballerina, dance might be the title of the above picture, but Shocker cagers were trying to gain possession of a loose ball from the Warrensburg Teachers in the Forum, Dec. 27. Cy Sickles, center, goes up but Bud Weaver, right, finally got the ball. p. 7