The Sunflower, v.54, no.29 (April 21, 1949)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.54, no.29, Wichita, Kansas, April 21, 1949 - 8 pages

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Article(s): Blood bank mobile unit on campus -- Art teachers meet here -- Barbs will nominate council candidates -- Scholar flies ocean to attend Columbia -- Dance to be semi-formal -- Club will honor Holl -- 'Ten Little Indians' will open here Apr. 28 with Campbell, Ramsey, and Conrod starring -- 11,000 government volumes are deposited in Library -- Bookstore credit to expire May 14 -- Tonic needed!: Council awaiting student remedies for varsity dance -- Six members attend meet -- Aggies meet Munies team in Stillwater -- Four students attend National Folk Dance Festival in St. Louis -- Round about the campus / Rankin Griesinger -- Four University students announce engagements during spring season -- Wheatie's and Pi Alpha Pi's spring dances Apr. 22, 23 -- Club names candidates -- Live models eager to pose for artists -- Weekend social activities include Date Night, picnic -- Club corner!: Women's recreation will elect officers at meeting today -- Webster open house planned for Sunday -- Vox discipuli: Rank all teachers and donate blood are student pleas / Mike Miller; Bobbie Campbell -- Chicken bones seen in lost-found box -- Future for psychologists looks promising and steady -- Thanner visits Estes, Colo.; thinks America is wonderful -- Freshmen hazing was rough even under 'Yellow-dogs' -- Literacy!: Preface is written for Dicken's book by Dr. Earl Davis -- Five IRC officers, Rydjord will attend Denver conference -- Used books: ISA book exchange will change policy on handling books -- Psychology society seeks new members -- Choir will perform for Faculty Dames -- Visitors!: Joplin orchestra receives free dinner on local campus -- Aid is given to students -- Sipple is appointed to education group -- Shocker cindermen outclass Pittsburg: Nutter, Smith score high -- Minnesota sponsors sport scholarships -- Time limit is set on veteran claims -- Schedule of events in women's tourneys announced by Secord -- Tigers!: Shockers to Hays for golf and tennis return engagement -- Relay Queen title goes to Stryker -- Will inspect ROTC unit -- Softball and tennis intramurals to start -- New Valley star will appear at Kansas University Relays -- Golf, tennis teams defeated by Aggies -- Parnassus yearbook distribution planned -- Six to go to K-State for weekend meet -- Veterans to receive an automatic leave -- Watch Minnesota!: Wichita trackmen to Kansas Relays with nation's best / Pat Quinn -- MacDonald attends health convention -- Annual dance show to be given Apr. 27
Photograph(s): (Left to right) University Players who will appear in Agatha Christie's susepenseful murder mystery. "Ten Little Indians" are: left to right, Kathryn Slawson, Doug Conrod, Bob Beaty, Bob Ramsey, Bob Copeland, Bob Henderson, Glenna Baratts, Pete Bernhard, Bobbie Campbell, and Gerald Funk. p. 1
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