The Sunflower, v.54, no.27 (April 7, 1949)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.54, no.27, Wichita, Kansas, April 7, 1949. - 10 pages
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Article(s): School election is tomorrow: Queen vote will include ballot issue -- Your chance!: Art class stymied since live models are hard to find -- Dr. Mahan will speak at AAUW luncheon -- Dr. Sartain visits board -- Hall is appointed to school faculty -- Group will attend national dance meet -- Dorothy Neises is selected as Relays Queen candidate -- Morgue!: Reference Library is being prepared for school paper -- Yale accepts two medics -- Two-week vacations offered to University men by Navy -- Seniors are eligible for medical exams -- Wilner announces cast leads in play, 'Ten Little Indians' -- Bonus Bill is killed by vote of 21 to 13 -- Club corner!: Dancing and riding popular activities for coming week -- Greek Mothers Clubs hold annual parley -- Mu Phi installs new officers and initiates five pledges -- Round about the campus / Rankin Griesinger -- Book circulation up by 2,842 for March -- School social fraternities will hold annual open house -- Wheaties election to be Wednesday -- Rough!: Captured actives bear pledge jokes at Monday walkout -- ISA monthly mixer will be held Monday -- Col. Hill decorates twenty-three cadets in ROTC annual Field Day exercises Apr. 1 -- Revised examination schedule is released for spring term -- Revision of ROTC announced recently -- Rifle team in six meets -- Veterans risk loss of life insurance -- Fisher named 'Sweater Girl' at annual Phi Sig dance -- Alpha Tau Sigma sorority 'Date Night' is tomorrow -- Delegates elected to annual conference of IRC at Denver -- Liberal art students head first semester honor list -- Grid ticket prices told -- Magazine publishes article by Spellman -- University professor to address meeting -- Jokers!: April is collection of national weeks throughout nation -- Whitby gets citizenship -- Board of Regents grants expenditure for improvements -- Board seeks yell leaders -- Parnassus photos will be due Monday -- Dean Wilkie attends college housing meet -- Art group to be here -- YW friendship rally planned for Apr. 9 -- Grid scrimmage draws favorable comment: Intra-squad game held -- Yale football coach is teller of tales -- Tennis, golf squads downed last week by Tulsa and Aggies -- Bidwell to Rosalia for mother's funeral -- YMCA volleyball tourney will be held here Saturday -- Corbin in hospital with sinus disorder -- Baseball squad will play Emporia Saturday: Hornet Nine here Apr. 9 -- Sports activities begin for women -- Team to go to Emporia -- Tsk tsk!: Gridster's chances are considered nil by sport writers / Joe Morrisey -- Shockers tie Hornet team -- Kentuck's big four return to campus -- AWS voting to be Apr. 8 -- Vest!: VA revamps policy for vet's leave under GI training -- Symphony in April concert -- Mental thieves!: Russian historians accredit inventions to 'red' scientists -- Senior class plans dance
Photograph(s): Campus visitor Monday was Dr. A. Q. Startain, right, candidate for the University presidency. Pictured from left to right are Frank Barr and R. V. Christian, Board members, and Mrs. Sartain. p. 1 -- Dorothy Neises. p. 1 -- Miggsie Corbett, Barbara Mendell, Gea Stark, G.A. Pollock and Helen Holleicke surround Bliss Ransom, while George Boles drives. p. 2 -- Annual ROTC field day events / Rankin Griesinger: (1) Capt. Edgar N. Glotzbach; (2) Company D; (3) Cadets J.R. Walker and C.B. Tegler, with Captain Glotzbach; (4) Left to right, Col. Donald T. Beeler, Hon. Col. Kitty Ann Curry, Lt. Col. James Hill, Lt. Col. Otis Schweiter, and Maj. Louis Rosenberg; (5) Left to right, Col. Donald Beeler, Lt. Col. James Hill, and Lt. Col. Otis Schweiter. Cadet Bob Pinkerton is at gun while Cadet Paul R. Hobblit assists; (6) Col. Hill presents awards to (left to right) Cadets George Welch, John Dickerson, Nathaniel Farris, Jack Settles, Benjamin Shull, and Weldon Laws. p. 4 -- Shirley Fisher. p 5 -- Halfback Jimmy Nutter takes a handoff from quarterback Sonny Reynolds as Jack Swager and Milan Mraovich block for him during a recent spring practice session. p. 8