The Sunflower, v.57, no.21 (March 12, 1953)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.57, no.21, Wichita, Kansas, March 12, 1953. - 8 pages

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Article(s): 'Othello' opens 3-night stand in Auditorium -- Bloodmobile to be here next week -- Mayans topic of photo show -- Law enforcement: Police, WU plan part-time work setup for students -- Council to assist WU organizations -- 70 from Sterling to attend 'Othello' -- Convo is feature of religious week -- AWS to hold annual meeting -- Laughton program changes location -- Draft tests to be given -- Press Queen finalists picked: Baldwin, Kearns, Joseph, Welch -- Last chance: Show ends Sunday -- Alpha Tau Sigma will hold pledge dance tomorrow night -- Parties lead social events -- 6 WU women enter contest -- Kappa Rhos fete pledges -- Wheaties elect new officer -- Dog attends owner's classes / Babs Spivey -- Science fraternity will meet today; Bauman to speak -- Mrs. [Tae] Takahasi sends dolls to WU alumni -- Bobbed hair history given -- Military ball committees wind up plans for March 21 dance -- Give your blood -- In memorium: Donors of books on library shelves named by O'Harra -- Silence! Sound replaces talk in 'Thief' / Dave Wilkinson -- Might be at that... -- Dormitories: Students say fee too high -- Scholarship hurt? Coeds oppose ruling -- New library display to feature vocations -- Strange to ceramic convo -- Magazine editors to offer awards -- WU industrial arts student has chance to use talents -- Enrollment to climb: Future outlook encouraging -- Savaiano to preside at language convo -- Parnassus needs help making lists -- Frosh win AAU; Refused trip: Athletic heads nix meet bid -- Honors! 3 schools place 2 apiece on WU all-opponent team -- Baby Shocks nip Hesston 5 -- Munies compile 16-11 -- Reports from '52: Littleton voted MVC honors -- Thinlies shape up for opening meet -- McNerney is voted MVP award; Stills, Aggies, rated tops by WU -- Playoffs: Cage 'murals close -- 19 from Logopedics attend KSHA convo -- Golf men to hold meeting tomorrow -- Parnassus: Individual pictures on sale -- Engineers' exam set for next month -- Oil interviews on Tuesday -- Queen petitions due on March 18 -- Dr. Cowgill to talk at inspectors school -- March 18: Garvey to interview
Photograph(s): Preparing for battle are Kenneth Boyd and Bob Copeland while Don Newport referees, and Drama Prof. George Wilner looks on. A scene from the Shakespearean play "Othello." / photo by Eastwood. p. 1 -- The Missouri Valley AAU championship went to the freshman squad when they beat Hesston King Motors Saturday night, 72-63. Title-holders are from left to right, Coach Dick Miller, Rod Grubb, Bob Hodgson, Ned Holmes, Jim Strathe. Back row: Trainer Lee Needham, Bob Argumedo, Glen Boyer, Leo Carney, Ron Mahan and manager Charles Sailor. / photo by Rorabaugh-Millsap. p. 1 -- Belle of the Ball Jayne Card, Alpha Tau Sigma, places the crown of "Bill of the Ball" on the head of her date, Leon Magner, Men of Webster, at the annual HYM dance held Feb. 28. / photo by Eastwood. p. 3 -- Watching Jim Strathe (21) make a jump shot are Bob Hodgson (33), Les Carney (43), and Bob Argumedo (23), while Bob Kenny (50) and Dudley Geise (55) of Hesston try to break up the shot. / photo by Eastwood. p. 7
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