The Sunflower, v.57, no.02 (September 18, 1952)

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1952-09-18
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.57, no.2, Wichita, Kansas, September 18, 1952. - 6 pages

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Article(s): Football season opens Sunday: Shockers play Boston team in '52 opener -- 3,000 enroll for fall term -- WU University coalition quits -- Pep: Convo, parade, is first event of football opener -- Nightshirt parade route is released -- Elaine Neer will march with ROTC bugle corps, drill squad -- Election positions deadline tomorrow -- Foreign students: 13 enrolled at WU -- KAKE to air WU roundtable -- New high: 750 enrolled in Freshman English course this year -- Station KMUW: New programs on air soon -- Campus frats name pledges -- 23 sorority women hostesses for 'Alert America' program -- Rushees feted at fall parties -- Tea to honor all new women -- Four majorettes will front band -- 3 WU couples engaged; One wedding announced -- Nine debaters awarded keys for superior work last year -- New personnel to WU library -- WU grad appears on TV quiz show -- Band marches in parade -- Varsity 'Sue, Sam' chosen -- Howell receives music scholarship -- Young Democrats to meet -- Reader sometimes to blame -- The reader speaks: Student questions campus elections, political situation -- Systematic polling: Reporters question women -- Award: Cathleen Waters is 1st winner of Gore Scholarship -- Unique: Dramatic musical mass planned by local dance guild -- Dramatic productions expand as WU, community groups unite -- Aero experts meet at WU -- Glazier to direct publicity offices -- Wichita North grads receive scholarships -- Football bandsmen plan varied pageant as season nears start -- Logopedics graduate has Baltimore post -- KMUW carries grid broadcasts -- Tulsa favored again in Valley -- Track prospects asked to report -- More prospective pedagogues preparing to teach in grades -- WUFFS are back -- Directory covers competition set
Photograph(s): Harry Agganis. p. 1 -- Elanie Near. p. 1 -- Meet the 1952 Wichita Shocker football team and coaching staff. These players will represent the University in the Missouri Valley Conference, playing a rugged ten-game schedule. Seated behind their 38 players are coaches Jim Valek, Bob Carlson, Earl Hamilton, and George Bernhardt. p. 1 -- Varsity Sue and Sam were elected during the first all school dance of the year, Saturday night. They are Kathy Sheck, Pi Kappa Psi, and Ronnie Wilkinson, Alpha Gamma Gamma. / photo by Charles Sherman. p. 3 -- Rush week on the campus began Sunday afternoon with a series of teas and open houses. Shown at the Sorosis open house are left to right: Jeanne Clancy, president; Joan Friend, vice-president; Carol Smith, Charlene Smith, and Nancy Stover, rushees. p. 4 -- An old uniform (above) compared with the new model worn by Bill Klobuchar (right) ; Bill Klobuchar. p. 6
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