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dc.identifier.citationThe Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.53, no.29, Wichita, Kansas, April 29, 1948 - 12 pages
dc.descriptionImages in this collection were made from commercially produced and digitized microfilm, may be of poor quality, and will be gradually replaced by copies digitized by Special Collections from original paper copies. Source material held by University Librar
dc.descriptionArticle(s): R.O.T.C. stands Army inspection: Reserve unit gets official U.S. review -- German exchange student arrives on campus in July -- Stage premier tonight: noted author views play rehearsals -- Shakeup in two parties is rumored -- Cale, James to New York -- Veterans to remain in Planeview units -- Found!: Conrad pieced clues on Tri Rho contest; wins cash, prizes -- May Day Ball announced -- Frat honors Dean Sipple -- May Day of bygone years marked by ballot battles, too -- Two physics profs off to science meet -- Women will attend national pep meet -- Foiled again!: Stampede is futile as students' hopes fail to materialize -- Charles Davis gets music job at Marion -- A.W.S. plans dinner meet -- I.S.A. leader will lecture -- Roundabout the campus / Shirley Clark -- Campus to present lively social week -- Alpha Gamma formal dance is scheduled Saturday night -- Relations Club elects James as president -- 'Glamour' makes hit -- Allah!: Space filler deemed essential by staff to newspaper diet / Carl Goeller -- Group gives concert here -- Free medical exams now scheduled -- Out-of-town grads elected as officers by Accounting Club -- Band tour is success -- Newman Club holds election of officers at recent meeting -- Smith College students vie for best home owned library -- Ehrsam named head of guidance group at anniversary meet -- Courtesy, please! -- New at the Library -- Final exam schedule revealed; students scurry for books -- On the upgrade!: Scholastic troubles not on increase; L.A. dean reports -- Typed on a Wednesday: A golfball's intimate memoirs makes very interesting copy even if you shoot over par / Bob Olson -- University veteran housing comparable to other schools -- Campus leaders also make good grades at Bates College -- Military frat rained out -- On the air!: Research bureau receives 'spotlight' on KAKE panel -- Record senior class to receive diplomas at May 31 services -- Conant pleads for freedom in education during crises -- Dr. Cowgill to attend meet at Minneapolis -- Senior students hold recital Monday night -- Reading ability of University freshmen goes to fifth grade -- D.P.s are subject for sociology panel -- Dance band helps drive -- Colophon discusses plans for banquet -- Snafu!: 'Pulse', writers' mag will be on campus on or about May 15 -- Who's who?: Non-vets equaling records of ex-GIs in classroom now -- Youth group plans meet -- Three W.U. students to open swimming beach near Wichita -- 20 students get positions -- All wet!: Albright to render radio's rainmaking prize this summer -- Twelve couples will marry as leap year summer starts -- Tune in!: Versatile students depict campus life weekly over WUCR -- Oklahoma A&M diamond men here: Stadium site of Shockers home game -- What a whopper!: Milk and pop bottles contain solution to fisherman's query -- Intramural meeting on softball Friday -- Gym shorts -- Golfers win over Aggies -- Golf, tennis, track squads into action -- Golf squad wins match -- Two defeats by Emporia -- Cindermen close home schedule -- Seniors get first chance at tickets -- Webster "A" to play ISA in semi-finals; Phi Sigs undefeated -- Bidwell attends class for driver education -- Registration starts for summer school
dc.descriptionPhotograph(s): Col. Donald T. Beeler. p. 1 -- Joseph Thanner. p. 1 -- Miss Tri Rho was discovered shortly after 11 a.m. last Thursday by Doug Conrad, sophomore, who pieced together clues given by the education sorority sponsoring the contest through The Sunflower. Elinor Margrave, the "mystery miss" for almost a week, presents to Conrod gifts and a $10 check to Doug Conrad for his discovery of her identity. p. 1 -- John Kelso. p. 1 -- Remember? May Day, 1924: The scene depicted above is the formal coronation procession for the 1924 May Queen here on the University campus. (From left) Bernice Elem, Glennie Rishel, Mrs. Addye Wetterhold, Estelle Leischardt, Lotchen Lipp Hunter, Frances Wilson, Frances Lewis, Francis Theis, and May Queen Clarice Hand. The tiny crown bearer is Bobby Sweet. p. 2 -- Richard Elving, above, has accepted a teaching position at the Dighton, Kan., high school, effective next fall. He has been president of the Student Forum and Kappa Delta Pi, education fraternity, here on the campus. p. 7
dc.publisherUniversity of Wichita
dc.relation.ispartofseriesThe Sunflower
dc.relation.ispartofseriesv.53 no.29
dc.subjectCollege newspapers and periodicals
dc.subjectWichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers
dc.subjectStudent publications
dc.subjectWichita State University -- History
dc.subjectMay Day
dc.titleThe Sunflower, v.53, no.29 (April 29, 1948)
dc.typeArchival material
dc.rights.holderWichita State University
dc.formatpdf., 12 pages
dc.coverage.spatialWichita, Kansas

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