The Sunflower, v.56, no.12 (December 7, 1950)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.56, no.12, Wichita, Kansas, December 7, 1950 - 8 pages

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Article(s): ROTC to present candidates: Cadets to view 6 women vieing for honor title -- Shockers sweep Iowa debate meet: U of W wins over top clubs -- Operas feature comedy, drama -- Two safety contests end; Theme contest continues -- Student wins a silver star safety award -- Shockers meet Utags tonight -- High school pupil "teaches" here -- Aeronautic scholarship grant living tribute to W.H. Beech -- ROTC members to donate blood -- Round about the campus / Mary Fran Sullivan -- Men of Webster fraternity plan holiday dance December 9 -- Students plan holiday nuptials -- Club corner: Revenue agent plans talk for Accounting Club -- Meeting scheduled by Webster moms -- Sororities plan holiday parties -- ISA Yule dance to be December 15 -- Enrique Riveron art exhibit displayed in Morrison Hall Gallery / Dorothy Ludiker -- 14 Phi Betas attend meet -- A holiday clue -- Place your bets / Joe Ludiker -- Know your campus: School's religious council promotes brotherhood during year / Harold Enns -- Sound off!: Sunflower gripes, safety, Williams' rebuttal aired in letters / Glenn E. Williams; Pat Quinn, Jr.; Harold Enns-- Word is coined to show high accident rate / Jim Edwards -- WRA entertains high school club -- Math club meeting to be held tonight -- Yuletide convo offers "Messiah" -- Library exhibit on human rights -- Logopedics mothers planning fund drive -- Institute head attends meeting in Washington -- School to lose 300 students -- Forum seating plan arranged -- Alpha Phi Omega plans initiation, banquet December 10 -- String quartet to give concert -- Square dancers plan activities -- U of W choir plans downtown program -- Gow to conduct tour at KANS -- Shockers, K-Staters battle to 6-6 deadlock in finale -- Nutter named to MVC post -- ID cards good for basketball -- Valley squads open cage year with six wins -- Shocker basketball team is tabbed by experts for MVC cellar position / Bill Brooks -- Nutter, Ubben lead Shocker scoring parade -- Four volleyball winners listed -- Needham recovering from recent illness
Photograph(s): To be remembered: Walter Beech. p. 1 -- Officers of Religious Council: Standing left to right, Jim Dorsett and Lee Burress. Seated are Margery Burns and Beverly Hammer. p. 4 -- MVC title or cellar?: Ken Gunning can put these five players into any game and have a team that overages 6 ft. 4 in. in height. From left to right they are: Dick Coleman, 6 ft. 4 in.; Kendall King, 6 ft. 4 in.; Bill Moran, 6 ft. 5 in.; Erwin Knocke, 6 ft. 4 in.; and Rex McMurray, 6 ft. 5 in. Although press deadlines prohibit the inclusion of detailed coverage of the Shockers' first game of the season, the score of the game was Wichita 53, Oklahoma Baptist 45. p. 7
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