The Sunflower, v.53, no.31 (May 13, 1948)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.53, no.31, Wichita, Kansas, May 13, 1948 - 12 pages
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Article(s): Council election tomorrow; president to expel 'painters': Vandalists face ouster from school -- Dance recital is tonight -- Pan Hellenic council alters rushing rules -- Aero engineers open house will feature air combat film -- Off they go!: Seniors cut classes for traditional day of fun and frolic -- Forum board is selected -- Virgil Thurlow is employed at Los Alamos atomic project -- New ruling to eliminate P.A. systems -- European professor will speak to frat at Wednesday meet -- Sorosis sorority dance theme will be Stardust Interlude -- Sorority holds tea to honor mothers -- Campus treasurers must submit books for audit inspection -- Former art teacher instructs in Indiana -- I.R.C. holds installation -- Worthwhile!: Lambda Tau Delta benefit dance to aid Logopedics Institute -- Epsilon Kappa Rho to honor graduating seniors at dance -- Independents install new officers Monday; Stiles named prexy -- Tea honors D.O. sponsor -- Dr. Nock authorizes editorial appointment -- Club members plan picnic and election -- Roundabout the campus / Shirley Clark -- Alpha Tau Sigma spring dance is Saturday on roof garden -- May Queen will be honored at Delta Omega spring dance -- Christian is elected religious group head -- Scribes hold annual feed -- Pi Alpha Pi pledge dance is tomorrow -- New tune!: Initial performance of fraternity theme given in skit here -- Liquor topic aired Friday -- W.U. Accounting Club will sponsor picnic Sunday at Sim Park -- Friday is last day for pre-registration in summer session -- Police positions are offered to junior vets, Wacs, Waves -- Concert presented by quartet, quintet -- Kick 'em out! -- Peace for 75 cents -- Vox discupli: Money, money, who has been allowing $27,000 to lie idle / Starr Calvert, Jr. -- Summer students may study ink blots in Rorschach tests -- Tips on dance etiquette given by College Heights columnist --- New at the Library -- Typed on a Wednesday: Election day just around the corner, but no one votes for Jones - People's Choice / Bob Ames and Bob Olson -- Array of interesting types collected during 15 year span -- Inhalers are dangerous -- Sunflower poll gets opinion regarding final examinations -- Concert band will record -- Graduation activities initiated with annual sneak day picnic -- Lucky boy!: 'College grads best marriage risk' says noted woman doctor -- 'Get your new car here bub,' is used auto dealers theme / Carl Goeller -- Musicians plan series -- Honor group admits five juniors at May Day rites -- Bookworms!: Pi Kaps and Pi Alphs win scholastic lead among social groups -- Campus radio stars entertain on May Day -- Honor frat plans picnic -- Diamond nine faces Hurricane squad: Ball squad meets Tulsa tomorrow -- Announcement card arrives for seniors -- Golf, tennis teams busy -- Intramural softball underway; Websters lead with two wins -- Trackmen in for tough meet Saturday: cindermen enter Valley competition -- Shocker sketches -- New course offered in journalism here -- Spit and polish!: Army rifles receive general overhaul by first-year cadets -- Utter holds Builders 8-3 -- Shockers defeated by Builders; Park's homers with one on -- Wehner is featured as clarinet soloist
Photograph(s): Three parties will vie for offices in the annual spring Student Council election on the campus tomorrow. Candidates for the presidency are Lester Rosen, left, Shocker party, Kenneth Hedrick, new coalition, and Doug Conrod, unaffiliated candidate. p. 1 -- Open House plans for the aeronautical engineering department have been completed by the officers of the student chapters of the Institute of Aeronautical Sciences and Society of Automotive Engineers. they are, from left, Ralph Hard, vice president, Bill Wilson, president, Earl Keener, secretary, and Benny J. Bigley, treasurer. p. 1 -- (Top left photo) Bobbie Dunlap (left) and Jack Campbell. (Right top) Eileen Cerney portraying the June bride; Jo Dunham portraying January. (Lower right) Benny Banana playing music with his "Hep-cats." p. 3 -- Bishop Mark Carroll; Dr. Earl S. Johnson. p. 8 -- [Beverly] Coldsnow; [Iris] Gardiner; [Pat] Rutherford; [Twilla] Stoss; [Jackie] Swallow. p. 9 -- Members of the Modern Dance Workshop in rehearsal for the finale of "American Bolero." p. 9
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The Sunflower
v.53 no.31
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