The Sunflower, v.52, no.24 (March 27, 1947)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.52, no.24, Wichita, Kansas, March 27, 1947. - 10 pages
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Article(s): Constitution is completed for approval -- Two groups attend meet -- Campbell is sports head -- Factory procedure explained to students taking field trip -- WU officials attend meet -- Wilkie leaves today for deans' meeting -- Belew is president of Women's Council -- High school, college audiences in state hear W.U. teachers -- Students ask for concert -- Wednesday will start vacation for Easter -- Six new recorders are now available to speech students -- Kappa Rhos plan varsity -- Safety division investigation finds many students violators -- Convocation is scheduled Wednesday -- Organ club is formed -- University faculty increased in ratio to huge enrollment -- Men of Webster hold spring pledge dance tomorrow night -- Average girl student has good wardrobe -- April dance announced -- Downtown club open to college students -- Ohio school begins new dating course -- Roundabout the campus -- Phi Sig father and son event will be held Sunday evening -- YW election is on Friday -- Arch Booth, active graduate, is manager of U.S. Chamber -- It's cold in Korean colleges; how about donating a sweater? -- Officers and pledges of Orchesis named -- Language association will meet Saturday -- Vet reserve officers will be eligible for Army commissions -- National firearms act compels veterans to register weapons -- Palmer goes to VA meet -- Future of Veterans Field is up to students; money is spent / Lester Rosen -- Burnett gives report on aids in research -- Let's make it live -- Veterans' news / Dean Campbell -- Grad gossip / Mickey McCoy -- Random reviews / Dana Stevens -- Typed on a Wednesday / William Fein -- New at the Library -- Wichita is new site of infantry division headquarters staff -- Platter chatter / Eddie Sisk -- Recital date is Monday -- Work of Logopedics Institute explained by leader in New York -- Schuckman resigns as dean's secretary -- Gridmen set to battle on Saturday -- Denninghoff is head of Icarus fraternity -- Golf matches start today -- Rifle match is Saturday -- Novel course given in Texas University -- Day of athletic bum is passed, top grades count, says coach -- Tracksters open season on April 3 -- Campus being rejuvenated -- Death removes old landmark -- Council initiates own campaign -- Problems of trade agreements, tariffs cited by Wichmann -- Backstage assistants are needed for play -- Professor is play judge -- Unaffiliates hold rally -- W.U. bureau ready to translate foreign letters for citizens -- Debaters in radio series
Photograph(s): University delegates to the North Central Association meeting this week in Chicago are Dr. John Rydjord, left, who will attend the meeting on graduate studies and Dr. L. Hekhuis, dean of the College of Liberal Arts, who will be the University's delegate to the other sessions. p. 1 -- [Wayne] Euchner. p. 1 -- Arch N. Booth. p. 4 -- Construction progress of Veterans Field during the past year is pictured above. The top photo of the west side and the center photo showing the east side of the field were taken about May 1. The lower aerial photograph of the field was taken Oct. 21, 1946. p. 5 -- Lee Cornell, right, president of the University Alumni Association and chairman of the executive committee of Veterans Field, is shown here congratulating John Rudisill, president of the Wichita Junior Chamber of Commerce upon the organization's donation this week of a $500 war bond to the memorial stadium. p. 5 -- Two all-star A.A.U. players are pictured above holding the state championship basketball trophy won by the University of Wichita freshman team in the recent tournament held in Wichita. The two men are Bob Monty, left, and Ray McCaslin, right. p. 8 -- Coach Ralph Graham. p. 9
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The Sunflower
v.52 no.24
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