The Sunflower, v.53, no.32 (May 20, 1948)

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Article(s): Class of '48 is largest at University -- University vacationers will go to Canada, Mexico, Europe -- Rosen wins Council post in election -- Faculty members say 'no' to outlawing Communist Party -- Foster gets editorship of Sunflower -- ROTC cites honor men -- AWS accepts applications -- 306 students are candidates for degrees at May 31 rites -- Poco que perder: I don't know what the story is about, but it's 'very' funny -- Navy seeks new pilots -- Council has money after book balance -- 10 campus groups reveal election of 1948-49 officers -- Roundabout the campus / Earlene Moore -- Websters close social year with traditional 'Heidleberg' -- Psychologists elect nine club officers -- Two couples take vows -- Jim Foster to head Colophon next fall -- Beta Alpha installs officers at dinner -- Kappa Pi to initiate new pledges tonight -- Pi Kappa Psi spring formal to be Saturday at Broadview -- Campus authors sell new magazine here -- Raison de tre!: KAKE r'table airs taxation discussion -- It's spring again!: Six Pi Kap members to trek to altar for wedding vows -- Freshman awarded Mu Phi scholarship -- And now it's 30 -- After graduation? -- Many vets, few instructors are headache for University -- Fine arts: Music scholarship quota is limited for next semester -- Graduation services to close activities -- 10 University men take Kansas exams for C.P.A. standing -- Action, camera!: News photographers greet Zanesville boy at Municipal Airport -- Petroleum company presents costly map to geology classes -- Music society elects convention delegates -- Double whammy!: Baseball team socks Hurricanes 20-12 in weird home game -- Four WU students attend pep meeting, represent Wheaties -- Dr. Hekhuis to speak at church meeting -- Universities in trouble -- National Education Association reports on teacher shortage -- University Library gets many requests for film projectors -- Trackmen take second place in Valley Conference meet -- Librarian to attend Columbia University -- Phi Sigs in first place -- AWS project is success -- Local music society holds annual picnic -- Employment talks slated tomorrow -- Walkout, beautification precede skits, May Day ball -- Dean Wilkie to fete senior women at tea -- Glamour!: Campus blond acts in blood taking epic for patriotic cause / Bob Ames -- Veterans' news -- Retention of profs in Kansas colleges discussed at Topeka -- Annual choir picnic planned next week -- Minneapolis confab convinces professor of psychology trends -- Journalists to attend Kansas Press meet -- University students issued final appeal to check with I.S.A. -- Hoop heads Californians -- Sympathy extended on death of three -- Expect record crowd May 29 at annual alumni reunion -- Wedding bells!!: W.U. alumni plan marriage rites in summer season -- Grad gossip: Alumni members keep busy with jobs, weddings, births -- Football ducats up for sale on June 1: seniors get first chance at tickets -- Gym shorts -- 33 receive commissions -- ROTC stays active during summer with 64 cadets to camp -- Team boasts high batting -- WU diamond men play Salina under lights: Shocker nine plays Coyotes tomorrow -- Tuffy leads swat parade -- Firsts are established here in sports, politics, dramatics -- Group elects 13 members -- 1948 yearbook out during exam week
Photograph(s): Bishop Mark Carroll. p. 1 -- Garner Shriver and Mrs. Robert E. Israel, Jr. discussing alumni reunion banquet plans. p. 1 -- Awarded to the ROTC: (Front row, left) Bill Fox, Shelly Gard, Albert Dempsey, Jorge Roach, Robert Hadly, Francis Buckman, and Bill Fein; (second row, left) John Hinkel, Charles Smith, LeRoy Berry, Reid Rogers, Rubin Garibay, and James Streiff; (third row, left) Arthur Jochum, Carl Ward, William Ketchersid, Warren Welch, George Denninghoff, James Denninghoff, Starr Calvert; (fourth row, left) James Morris, Virgil More, Russel Cranmer, Tom Castrisos, Glen Dody, Robert Shelly; (fifth row, left) George Urish, Maurice Miles, Jack Tetrick, Robert Sauzek, Charles Johnston, and George Robbins; (sixth row, left) Robert Langenwalter, Raymond Howard, C.E. Jones, Bob Armitage, William Angle, Erick Mohr, Harold Perkins. p. 1 -- June Cale; Martha Roop. p. 4 -- (Top row) Barbara Dunlap; Barbara Brosius; Pat Cooke. (Bottom) Sally Clifton; Zellah Dustin; June York. p. 5 -- Shown around newly-planted trees in front of Commons are (kneeling) Pat Olson and Harold Kemper; (standing) Leslie Blake and Eleanor McCormack. p. 10 -- Jim Armour (left) and Donald K. Enoch. p. 13
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.53, no.32, Wichita, Kansas, May 20, 1948 - 16 pages
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