The Sunflower, v.54, no.06 (October 14, 1948)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.54, no.6, Wichita, Kansas, October 14, 1948. - 12 pages

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Article(s): Editor talks in campus auditorium -- Poll conducted on importance of college education today -- Ugliest Man contest on University campus to promote Community Chest contributions -- Earlene L. Moore is new 'soc' editor -- 15 workers needed now -- Dr. Jardine proclaims UM Day -- GOP leaders appear here -- Queen vote is Oct. 27 -- Shadows!: Big brushy beards in vogue again for Homecoming week -- Veteran of three services is trying hitch in college -- Scribes hold district meet on campus -- Round about the campus -- Pi Kappa Psi pledge dance Saturday at Lassen Ballroom -- Free tickets given by dramatic group to deserving pupils -- Election of officers at Writers meeting -- Non-fiction books popular at Library -- Talk given on culture -- Fall Fantasy dance theme -- Double ring ceremony for Engdahl, Robinson in Minneapolis, Minn. -- Ticket dates announced -- Cliff Morrison's band plays at Delta Omega pledge dance -- Dinner-dance party held for debaters at VFW Club house -- Officers are elected at Debate Club meet -- Thirty men pledged by Pi Alpha Pi frat -- State census shows gain -- Announce discussion topic of roundtable -- Rebecca West tour cancelled by injury -- Teacher training nil in graduate schools -- Survey shows major revisions needed for counseling program -- New course gets praise -- Student directories will be distributed early in November -- Piano soloist at concert -- Music and dramatic groups rehearse Marriage of Figaro -- Wedding vows read for four couples in September nuptials -- Local police build here -- Married collegians enjoy big advantage -- As dead as Vauderville -- Normal relations at Duke U. to eliminate 'dirty rushing' -- Art Bickel appears as guest speaker at Players meeting -- Typed on a Wednesday: Don't become a math prof; You may never go to heaven / Bob Ames -- Stanford has new foreign scholarship -- No more cut cards needed for Emory upper divisions -- Books on publishing feature of display shown in Library -- Marching Band to prepare special half-time program -- Alert vet students, GI business loan end campus problem -- Music group elects new choir officers for fall semester -- Dramatics instructor directs 'Wilde' play -- Campus vets are undecided on Kansas bonus question -- Rhodes scholarships offer regular quota for students -- Music majors teach high school students -- Drama Club makes plans -- New cheerleaders compose five yells -- Aeronautic grads needed -- Wichita-Drake films to be shown today -- Poll conducted on factors for increasing school spirit -- Last chance!: Officials announce Parnassus pick-up deadline is Nov. 1 -- Articles give hint on jobs -- Accounting students pass CPA exams after first attempt -- IRC will discuss regional meet plans -- Powerful Utah State invades Wichita: Aggies led by Caputo -- Oklahoma Aggies top Valley; Wichita, Drake tie for second -- Aggie frosh drub baby Shockers 53-0 -- Kriwiel hits his targets -- Close race looms in intramural play: Two games billed today -- 30 frosh cagers out -- Wichita continues jinx over Bulldogs 21-20 / Bob Olson -- Aggies beware!!: Ames picks locals to stop Utah State in Saturday's game / Bob Ames -- Hodges' 26 points is Shockers' best -- UNESCO Secretariat meets to lay plans
Photograph(s): John Mason Brown. p. 1 -- Gov. Frank Carlson. p. 1 -- Seven-year-old John Reid, seated, with his family after their trip from Australia. The boy will enter the Logopedics Institute in hopes he may regain his speech. With him, left to right, are: Robert C. McCain, public relations director for the Institute; his father, Ralph W. Reid, an Australian newspaper sports writer; his mother, Mrs. Reid; his sister, Marge, 9, and his brother, Bob, 4. p. 5 -- With vengeance in their eyes, the Shocker football staff peers across Veterans Field where Wichita and Utah State, President W. M. Jardine's alma matter, clash Saturday at 2 p.m. Pictured from left to right are Frank Petrick, end tutor; Ken Gunning, scout; Head Coach Jim Trimble; Lyle Sturdy, freshman mentor; and Norval Neve, backfield coach. p. 10