The Sunflower, v.56, no.26 (April 19, 1951)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.56, no.26, Wichita, Kansas, April 19, 1951. - 8 pages.

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Article(s): Federal officers here Monday: ROTC cadets to be viewed by inspectors -- May Day election tomorrow: Queen to reign over numerous campus events -- Musicians give oratorio Sunday -- Draft boards receive tests -- Steno workshop starts April 20 -- Board elects James Hibbard -- Beech offers 2 scholarships in aeronautics -- Unidentified man is reported lurking on U of W campus -- Troup to play 'Heiress' lead -- Rosen receives publicity award -- Round about the campus / Dorothy Ludiker -- Dance groups to trace jazz -- 8 council posts decided May 18 -- Webster, Gamma will host square dance picnic Friday -- Women asked to sign cards -- Club corner: Accounting Club elects officers next Wednesday -- Frat sponsors cancer meeting -- University couples announce engagements, recent rites -- Party to honor future students -- Dr. McDonald honored with banquet to salute his 25 years on faculty -- Hawaiians impressed by clean Wichita / D. R. Stewart -- Debaters enter national tourney -- Students voice opinions about council action -- Dr. Geraldine Hammond presided as Liberal Arts dean 21 years ago -- U of W students attend UN meet -- Clipped by a Barber / Bob Barber -- Just can't win -- Jobs offered to graduates by Goodyear representative -- Pershing Rifles to attend meet -- Art teachers show works at museum -- Rights committee meets Tuesday -- Vacant rooms needed now -- Phi Mu and Mu Phi to give contemporary music recital -- Eva Hanqen elected new BPW president -- Sports roundup / Clifford Kraus -- Wheatshockers drop 2 games -- Shockers topple Pittsburg State -- Shockers rap K-State again -- McPherson College captures frosh invitational Monday -- Public relations men to lecture -- Netters finish opening round tennis matches -- Shocker golfers lash K-Staters -- Art department to have exhibit -- Vets' accounts close May 12 -- Myrth Weatherwax plans senior recital -- Bernard joins group
Photograph(s): Harold Decker. P. 1 -- Candidates for May Queen election: Maryann Reed (left), Pat Cuplin (center), and Alberta Martin (right). p. 1 -- Lester Rosen. p. 1 -- Attend United Nations Week meeting: (Left to right): Demosthenes Tupaz, Nancy Ling, Sylvia Sowerby, and Luciano L'Abate. p. 4 -- Joe Minjares sinks a long putt on the ninth hole during Kansas State-University of Wichita match. p. 7