The Sunflower, v.56, no.16 (February 7, 1952)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.56, no.16, Wichita, Kansas, February 7, 1952. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Christians, Jews to meet here: Corbin to welcome delegates on Feb. 15 -- Spanish group sponsors tour -- Final decision on TV station postponed for two weeks -- Band to tour 8 Kansas cities -- 2,525 enroll 2nd semester -- Senior lists due February 8 -- Social groups place orders; Find 'no sale' -- Book losses pose problem -- UW to debate Aussie orators -- Parking violation fines boosted -- Plans completed for men's hall to house 135 -- AF personnel enrollment at WU may rise -- Joan Shaw given queen title at annual Parnassus dance -- Husband not spying -- That way / Virginia Stafford -- Social, campus groups choose officers for 2nd semester -- Albright chosen honorary captain -- Librarian journeys to national meet -- University students, alumns announce 4 recent marriages, 6 engagements -- Good neighbors -- NAIL member drive launched -- Students raise questions on private parking, Forum seats -- Campus sororities to fete rushees -- YWCA announces plans for dance -- Roving teachers conduct classes 'on the road' -- Journals accept Cowgill articles -- Cliff's column / Clifford Kraus -- The Barber shop / Bob Barber -- 2 frats initiate help week here -- 2nd semester staff appointed -- Cash subscribers win acclaim of newspaper -- WU art exhibit to open Sunday -- WU organizations plan blood drive -- ISA Valentine dance to be held February 15 -- Club corner: Meetings planned in women's gym for dance group -- Statistics show Shocker scorers -- Bidwell to meet with thinclads -- WU schedules 10 grid games -- Student wants dignified yells -- WU to play at Creighton; Shockers host Houston here -- Gridsters' tip leads Miller to cage star, Jim McNerney / Al Alvarez -- Four quintets boast perfect 'mual records -- Pi Kaps cop volleyball title -- Women's sports schedules set -- Braves scalp Wichita, 67-48 -- The sports clock / Al Alvarez
Photograph(s): Artist's sketch of men's dorm: Architects' plans for the men's dormitory were released last week. The four-story building, of brick and concrete, will house 134 men. the building, designed by Forsblom and Parks, will be located on 17th Street, facing Yale Avenue. p. 1 -- Good neighbors: Cadet Major Leo Williams, commanding officer of Arnold Air Society, receives the good-neighbor award from George Gow, KANS news director, for the society's participation in the recent March of Dimes campaign. Others in the picture are (left to right) I. K. Ioerger, Herb Babb, LaMarr Calbeck, Merle D. Brown, and Ted Poulson. p. 1 -- Queen's serenade: Joan Shaw, 1952 Parnassus Queen, third from left, and her five attendants turn their attention to the serenade by the male quartet during crowning ceremonies at the annual Parnassus dance at the Moose Lodge, January 28. Miss Shaw is a member of the Alpha Tau Sorority. Her attendants were, left to right, Elaine Neer, Kappa rho; Marilyn Chamberlain, Pi Kap; Sally Lambert, D.O; Beverly Hale, I.S.A.; and Shirley Brazill, Sorosis. p. 2 -- Honorary captain: Sally Albright. p. 3 -- 90-piece concert band on tour: The University Concert Band, under the direction of James Kerr, associate professor of band and woodwinds, will leave February 11, on a three-day tour. They will present concerts in eight central and western Kansas towns. p. 5 -- Jim McNerney. p. 7
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The Sunflower
v.56 no.16
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