The Sunflower, v.55, no.16 (February 2, 1950)

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1950-02-02
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Photo identification cards , Communications Building , Teall, Mary Jane
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Article(s): Comedy to be Wilder's best -- Speech, radio to move later...: Sunflower has new location -- Registrar's office mails final grades -- Lawrence takes queen honor before record-breaking crowd -- Isaac Stern, violinist, will appear as soloist with Wichita Symphony -- Identification cards to replace tickets at University events -- Night classes to enroll at 7 -- Round about the campus / Joan Kallail -- Picture stationary features buildings -- Braced to lose, Lawrence wins -- University couples set weddings -- Rushing rules are announced -- Osment issues call for bridge players -- Dance is planned for new students -- Ted Young awarded first-place honors in poster contest -- ISA book exchange changes location -- Want'a go to Europe?: C of E plans summer tours -- Kumarappa flays Indian Commies -- New fee system now in operation -- A cordial welcome...good luck -- Tour planned for students -- Truman asks aid for U.S. schools -- O.C. Noel appointed to faculty position -- Economy: Important files are latest Library gift -- Miniature camera owned by U of W student was Goering's -- Shockers will meet Detroit and Bradley in Valley games -- Delineascope added to school Library -- Shockers lose two - OC, Drake -- McMurray, Binford injuries improving -- Mullen announces drop from team -- Tour is offered in essay contest -- Nutter named 'top athlete' -- Travelers!: Students may take foreign tours for full college credit -- Tasting causes child to cram mouth full -- Six textbooks are not available now -- Would-be sports writer has broken state football record -- Wars and depression don't stunt growth
Photograph(s): Yonkers' star and director...: Directing "The Merchant of Venice," is Mrs. Mary Jane Woodward, shown above (right). In the leading role of Mrs. Levi, is Barbara Campbell, above left. p. 1 -- Parnassus Queen...: Miss Joyce Lawrence. p. 1 -- Appears with symphony tomorrow...: Isaac Stern, noted violinist, is shown above with his 250 year old Guarneri violin. p. 1 -- Jerry Johnson, junior, poses with his minature camera which once belonged to Herman Goering. Front view of the camera is shown in circle. p. 4 -- Most valuable...: Jimmy Nutter. p. 5
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.55, no.16, Wichita, Kansas, February 2, 1950. - 6 pages
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