The Sunflower, v.53, no.19 (February 12, 1948)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.53, no.19, Wichita, Kansas, February 12, 1948. - 10 pages
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Article(s): Group gets cash to aid relief task -- Warren goes to K-State -- Phillips fills senior vacancy on Council -- June Cale and Herbert James in final year possess enviable debate record since 1944 -- It's no joke, son: Police now seeking false alarm bug; dangerous business -- Sunflower becomes member of Kansas Press Association -- Heavy men to cost women at YWCA sponsored dance -- Lost articles found with names attached -- Excuse slip unnecessary, says Council -- Chase next Forum guest -- Choir tours five towns -- Halgedahl appointed Girls Glee Club head -- Ninety-six men are initiated into four local fraternities -- Folk dance planned for tomorrow night -- Two groups initiate 26 -- Joint recital is planned -- Parnassus Queen Dull to vie for sweetheart honors at K.U. prom -- Dr. Green gives talk to local engineers -- Roundabout the campus -- Dustin wins scholarship -- Veterans appreciate proposed pay raise for varied reasons -- WU concert is Thursday -- Parking taboos are costly if ignored -- Art exhibit here today -- Lest we forget -- Campus jigsaw: False alarms may land offenders in local hoosegow -- Veterans serious in studies but uncertain of vocations -- Typed on a Wednesday / Bill Ames -- Students learn identity of campus 'Miss Hush' / Charles Taylor -- Grad gossip / Mickey McCoy -- Death takes lives of five prominent alumni including former Sunflower manager -- Touche!: Student wives land first punch against inflationary prices -- Dr. Bernard I. Bell observes 'old home week' during visit -- F.I.R. offers fellowships -- Students on radio show -- Robertson may form training orchestra if students desire -- Read named editor of math publication -- Second semester enrollment has passed predicted figure -- Commercial?: University Women present broadcast at Valentine party -- Cagemen to face two Valley foes: Shocker cagers travel to Creighton and Drake on five-day road trip -- Webster A players dominate scoring; Spencer still on top -- Detroit and Bradley may enter Valley; vote to be Sunday -- Grid drills open soon -- Seven key cindermen lost for season: Sexton lost by signing pro contract -- Stadium will be enlarged -- Wrestling tourney finals on Tuesday -- Shockers threaten Valley champs; Bills rally to win 52-41 -- I.S.A. elects new officers -- Cage teams play tonight
Photograph(s): K. M. "Ted" Warren. p. 1 -- Unbeaten in three tourney this season are June Cale, left, and Herbert James. They are now busy preparing for a Centennial meet of the annual Tulane University tournament to be held in New Orleans, La., beginning Feb. 26. p. 1 -- Hmmm! What to do?" ponder the two "lovely" lads as they are asked to attend the annual Y.W.C.A Haul Your Man dance in the men's gym Saturday night. The fellows didn't wonder long as they learned that the gals would pay all including corsage and transportation. Going to the H.Y.M. dance are from left, Frank Lemke with Vivian Lackey, and Carol Lovelace with "haul" Bud Phillips. p. 3 -- Zellah Dustin. p. 4 -- [H. H.] Jorgensen; [William F.] Townsend. p. 6 -- A mad scramble for the ball topples four players in the St. Louis-Wichita basketball game played last Saturday in the Forum. D. C. Wilcutt (No. 44) and El Vaughn (No. 36) close in fast as Ed Macauley, St. Louis All-American candidate, and Don Toevs, Shocker guard, tie up the ball. Dick Mullen (No. 41) and Joe Ossola (No. 55) are also on the floor after trying for the ball. p. 9