The Sunflower, v.56, no.10 (November 16, 1950)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.56, no.10, Wichita, Kansas, November 16, 1950 - 8 pages
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Article(s): Huge caravan, rallies planned: Decorated cars to lead parade in oil capital -- Second Student Forum lecturer, Henry Hazlitt, scheduled tonight -- Holiday dates are announced -- Themes, posters, and talks included in safety awards -- Senior cadets receive honors -- Student burned lighting stove -- Tulsa scribe pans Wichita -- School rating deters walkout -- Valley title is prize Saturday -- Five reasons for student violations given by Wichita Police Department -- Forensic team debates today -- Round about the campus -- Top prizes in Homecoming decoration awarded to Pi Alpha Pi, Pi Kappa Psi -- Hazlitt's speech tonight heads week's events -- Shocker asked to Tulsa dance -- Rival Wheaties teams stage mock gridiron game tonight -- Club corner: Square Dance Club to meet tomorrow noon -- University graduates plan December rites -- Red Cross College Activities Group to present show at Ft. Riley December 1 -- Study democracy -Arthur Thexton -- Campus Briefs -- Haughton band to give concert -- String quartet opens 5th year -- Art exhibition opens Sunday -- Alpha Phi Omega takes 7 pledges -- Dr. Powell to speak at pledge banquet -- Corbin praises alumni actions -- KMUW records talks by grads -- Half the people -- Behind Iron Curtain in Prague: Commies attack U.S. at conclave / Bill Holbrook -- Wrecks involve three students -- Know your campus: service, leadership, scholarship, Women's Honor Group [ineligible] / Dorothy Ludiker -- Sound off!: Homecoming, fraternities, traffic, walkouts draw criticism / Glenn "Exhaust-Pipe" Williams; Tom Gray; Howard Lydick; Jim Krebs; Robert L. Barber -- Book review: Short stories comprise book by Allan Seger -- Convo committee requests ideas -- Spartans plan skating party -- Art department will show craft movie -- Student joins Marine Corps -- Volleyball teams practice tonight -- Craft class offered by art department -- Checkmate: Aggie chessmen trounce Wichita by two points -- Tennis tables put in lounge -- Intramural race will begin today -- Frats tangle during vacation: Gamma-Webster grid game marks 22nd annual contest / August Sharp -- Speedball title won by Men of Webster -- Oklahoma A&M knocks Shockers out of first in conference standings -- Tulsa-Shockers top MVC play -- Bright smashes offense record -- Balabanis, Valine receive awards -- Students may use ROTC rifle range -- Dr. Hammond to head panel -- Students take geology trip -- Robertson leads first symphony -- John Snell reviews Russian development -- Gow to find student jobs
Photograph(s): Women's winner: Pi Kappa Psi won the first prize in the women's division for the best homecoming decorations. Mary Merritt was the chairman in charge of the homecoming decorations. p.1 -- Men's winner: Pi Alpha Pi won the first prize in the men's division for the best homecoming decorations. Carl Goeller was in charge of decorating the house. p. 1 -- Her majesty: Homecoming queen Norma Jean Haley was presented to about eleven thousand fans at the annual Homecoming Game Saturday. Shown left to right are: Don Pray, president of the Alumni Association, Bill Smith, the queen's escort, and Norma Jean Haley, Homecoming Queen. p. 2 -- Nutter downed: Jimmy Nutter, halfback, was hauled down after a long gain by Aggie halfback Wayne Johnson, and guard Phil Smith. Other players shown are Wichita's Bob Mihalsky, number 64, and Dick Coleman, number 52. The Aggie player, number 82, is Marshall Patton. p. 7
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The Sunflower
v.56 no.10
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