The Sunflower, v.54, no.12 (December 2, 1948)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.54, no.12, Wichita, Kansas, December 2, 1948 - 8 pages

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Article(s): Yearly ROTC military ball Friday night -- Travel!: Exchange students and UNESCO head take holiday tour -- Convo today has movie -- Seniors cautioned to check records -- National frat plans dinner -- Antics of ushers steal show as WSSF benefit makes hit -- Concert to feature student musicians -- 12 debaters attend two tournaments -- Ingenuity!: Task of note taking solved by student in fool proof plan -- Round about the campus -- I.S.A. plans Candy Caper -- USCC applicants contact Dean Wilkie -- Pi Alpha Pi mothers pick new officers -- W.U. players hear speech -- Sweating!: Play director gives fine performance in one act comedy -- $1,241 given by students -- Club will sponsor all school contest -- Movies on Mexico to be shown tonight -- W.U. attends Topeka meet -- Club women to hear school music group -- Fall season sees marriages for many University people -- Club corner: Sunflower reports Tuesday deadline for all club news -- Robert Peak speaks at Newman meeting -- An open letter: Boys will be boys! / Edgar Lumphead -- School spirit!: Card stunt at game is success; More planned for future -- Praise!: New books praised at Student Forum available in Library -- Politics and music didn't mix in 'Marriage of Figaro' days -- Omega Upsilon plans big Christmas party -- Publicity file is formed -- Pi Alpha Pi pledges defeat actives 6-0 -- Typed on a Wednesday: grim life for male ahead as women take spotlight / Bob Ames -- Going down!: Vets Administration notes marked drop in GI applications -- Authors club meets here -- Eagles observe anniversary of hemispheric declaration / Bob Hobson -- AFA group to organize -- Wichita will open cage season Saturday: Mules boast lanky squad -- Tough!: Gunning's cagers prepare for rugged court campaign / Bob Ames -- Shockers 39, Builders 13 -- Webster-Gamma contest ends in deadlock: 3,000 fans see battle / Dale Henry -- Sheeketski praises Wichita's offense as Wolf Pack wins / Joe Fox -- Bad weather stops cross-country meet -- First Wheat Bowl game ends in tie -- Board will sponsor sports clinic in gym -- Frats hold keg dinner -- Army training film features local man -- Dean Sipple chosen delegate to Topeka -- Parking area is planned
Photograph(s): The lid's off and so are the trousers. The above "girls" were ushers at the W.S.S.F. variety show last Wednesday. They declined to divulge their names, but commented that they were available for smokers and stags. At left: Ellen Anderson, who pleased the crowd with her comic dance. p. 1 -- Knock it off: Two University of Nevada players are giving the official a "hard" time after the first half ended of the Wichita-Nevada game. p. 1 -- The headless horsemen: Action shot at football game shows Sherman Howard. p. 5 -- Jimmy Nutter. p. 7
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