The Sunflower, v.53, no.14 (December 11, 1947)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.53, no.14, Wichita, Kansas, December 11, 1947. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Three teams go to Texas debate meet -- One to get Fresno trip -- Need activity ticket with Fox show card -- Students, faculty aim to fill 100 food baskets for needy -- First nighters praise opera; second performance tonight -- Cale meets K.U. law student in debate -- Police warn W.U. drivers -- Davis will carry council resolution to Valley meet -- Unaffiliates win three class posts -- Directories go on sale -- Christmas program slated for Dec. 19 -- Early winter weddings unite five Phi Sigs and Alpha Taus -- 'Night in Laboratory' is psychology theme -- Pi Alph has open house -- Library associations assign positions to Bartolini and O'Harra -- Mattson is band soloist -- Commons decorated for holiday period -- Phi Sig frat sets holiday party Dec. 19 -- I.S.A. Yuletide semi-formal 'Snow Ball' is Saturday night -- Roundabout the campus -- Cercle Francais will present play program to highlight Christmas -- Party application deadline is set -- New sociology club meets after holiday at Commons dinner -- Club, society hold dinner -- Record playing room set up in Fiske Hall by music department -- Drop notice!: Vets quit school for lack of funds according to survey -- Ajukumarishnapal Lakasingh prefers to be called Horace -- Let's move ahead -- Watch the birdie -- New at the Library -- This college week -- Vox discipuli: From the reader / Geo. J. Fisher -- Curtain call or cry / e. S. -- Typed on a Wednesday / William Fein -- On another campus -- New excuse setup asked -- Rotunda is graced by Christmas tree -- Cabs cooperate!: Logopedics student furnished free taxi to and from school -- Freshmen complete Library examination -- Training facilities inadequate for today's medical students -- Shakedown?: University president repudiates charges of misappropriation -- For rent!: Small town college turns real estate deal for teachers -- European conditions subject of speaker at International Club -- Membership now open for Mathematics Club -- French cloth shown in University Library -- Four speech awards made -- Campus life was boisterous years ago, yearbook shows -- Air film slated for engineers meeting -- Y.W. Christmas meet given talk on Korea -- Schaff wins honor prize -- Cafeteria is center of Christmas parties for next two weeks -- Baylor bears to invade Wichita Forum to play unbeaten Shocker five -- First Wheatshocker post-season game broadcast by KFBI -- Tulsa places four gridmen on Shocker all-opponent team -- Cagers whip foes 42-37 -- Hazlett plans to be home for Christmas -- Shocker sidelights / Al Littleton -- Snow halts touch football and tennis: Intramural grid upset is highlight -- Cage squad battles Army -- Pilot course rule altered -- Station WU becoming more professional, says Don Williams -- House problem ends as program begins at Lehigh University -- Surprise to be given for club members -- Council plans party for Tuesday night
Photograph(s): Winners in the class officer election held on the campus last Friday were Elvin Vaughn, left, senior vice president, Shocker coalition; Louise Hartman, secretary of the Junior class, unaffiliated; and George Denninghoff, junior sergeant-at-arms, unaffiliated; and not pictured, Don Synolds, junior class treasurer, unaffiliated. p. 1 -- Second performance of the opera, "Hansel and Gretel" will be presented this evening with another scheduled tomorrow in the University auditorium at 8:30 o'clock. Bob Minser, left, and Sally Sweeney hold supporting singing roles in the presentation which was applauded enthusiastically Wednesday night. p. 1 -- Mrs. Richard Meller (Beverly Loader); Mrs. Ed Horine (Helen Lorene Dedrick). p. 2 -- Mildred Schaff. p. 9 -- Currently leading the Shocker scoring parade and expected to give Baylor University plenty of trouble Saturday night in the Forum are Jim Nebergall and Bud Weaver. p. 11
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The Sunflower
v.53 no.13
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