The Sunflower, v.52, no.18 (February 13, 1947)

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Article(s): [First two pages part of unknown Collegiate Digest] -- Cooling unit is planned for Library -- Geologists speak here -- Length of time in college becomes vet student problem -- Plans made for summer -- Ed Sisk will handle station WU program -- Supreme Court reports help political science students -- Finish yearbook photos -- University machine shop boasts choice equipment, courses -- R.O.T.C. unit is inspected -- Enrollment figures up -- University riflemen tournament hosts -- Government to provide needed units -- Secretary resigns job -- Choir tours five towns -- Contest is sponsored by Cosmopolitan Club -- Roundabout the campus -- Annual HYM is Saturday -- Fraternities name heads -- McIntosh will head Aesculapius activities -- Dinner is arranged by University Dames -- I.S.A. elects new officers -- Pi Beta Chi fraternity will initiate pledges -- French Club to hold meeting on Monday -- Librarians will speak -- University previews comic operetta for Wichita music club -- Pilot tells students 'still safe to fly' -- Glenn will teach at Emporia High School after his graduation -- Magazine to publish work of professors -- Washburn stresses department policies -- Grad gossip / Mickey McCoy -- Hawaii paper features Jardine as leading wheat authority -- Novel by University alumnus is selected book of the month -- Veterans' news -- Typed on a Wednesday / Bill Mendell -- National campus news -- New at the Library / Dorothea Welsh -- Cagers stay in loop; cellar but better opponents in points -- Sign seven opponents -- Shocker sidelights / Lester Rosen -- Cage teams clash for first place -- Wichita U. seeks to hold jinx over Drake -- W.U. scares Billiken five -- Shocker gridmen score high marks during first semester -- Release schedule for Shocker trackmen -- Plan organization of intramural wrestling -- Recital date next Monday -- Shakeup in cage squad brings change in scoring punch -- Deadline set for seniors -- Manager job open for [athletics]
Photograph(s): Charles E. Kellogg, above, chief of the division of soil survey and head soil scientist of the United States Department of Agriculture, addressed University students yesterday morning in the Auditorium. p. 3 -- Maj. Gen. Frederick W. Evans. p. 3 -- Have your HYM date for Saturday night? Barbara Reed, freshman is shown above convincing Sophomore Bud Weaver that it is the thing to do. p. 4 -- Newly elected women Student Council representatives chosen in the recent all-school election, are, left to right, Maxae Wells Fey, sophomore; Joan Bond, senior; Margaret Hesse, sophomore; and JoAnn McKinley, freshman. p. 5 -- Jim Nebergall. p. 10 -- Tall Ray McCaslin, six foot, five inch center, who has shown improved form in recent Shocker cage games will probably see a lot of action in tomorrow night's battle with Drake University. p. 11 -- James Kerr. p. 12
Includes Collegiate Digest, volume and issue unknown: Photograph(s): This great seal, 150 years old, has stamped a message of brotherhood under the laws of wisdom on more than 250,000 official documents at Union College, Schenectady, N.Y. Lillian Applegarth, secretary to the president, is shown operating the seal. She is holding an enlarged reproduction. p. 1 -- Students at Ohio University show surprise and regret at finding that their student newspaper will not come out as scheduled. p. 1 -- They travelled 39,600 miles: Altogether these six foreign students at Columbia University came a total of 39,600 miles from their native countries to attend school. (Seated, from left to right) Aroti Bose, from Calcutta India; Anne Seilierre, of Paris, France; and Chuan Chen Dong, Shanghai, China. (Standing) Vilhelm Aubert, Oslo, Norway; Martin S. Allwood, Mullsjo, Sweden, and Athanasios Tsaldaris, Athens, Greece. p. 1 -- She goes up, or she comes out here: Shirley Blackwood, secretary to C.E. Bilheimer, athletic director at Gettysburg College, uses a ladder to go to her office in the morning in order not to cut through the men's quarters in the gymnasium. p. 2 -- In 1815, Timothy Alden journeyed to Meadville, Pa. by flatboat and founded Allegheny College. The freshman John Alden Page, a fifth-generation decendant of the founder, finds himself right at home as he checks the family portrait. p. 2 -- Student-teacher coffee hours at Ohio Wesleyan: Student John Aker and instructor Olton get together. p. 2 -- Catch as catch can: All wrapped up in the Michigan-Western Michigan basketball game are Steinke, Western center, and Pete Elliott, Michigan captain. p. 2 -- Wittenberg College's Dick Mozier, and Mrs. Mozier. p. 2
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.52, no.18, Wichita, Kansas, February 13, 1947. - 12 pages
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