The Sunflower, v.53, no.24 (March 18, 1948)

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Article(s): 40 cast in stage drama: Shakespeare play opens here tonight -- May Queen election set on April 9 -- Humorist is guest lecturer at convocation this morning -- 2,856 work-weary students anticipate five days of bliss -- One day is added to Easter vacation -- Time wants quiz results -- Orchestra will present last concert -- Debate team meets Texas -- Greetings!: Vets and non-vets wonder as Truman speaks of drafting -- KAKE panel airs problem -- Shutterbugs to hear Staples Wednesday -- Solved!: Marriage is matter of making decisions according to Foster -- Professor translates German stage play for church theater -- Library art exhibit has religious theme; magazine restricted -- Sex!: Marriage problems as required course rates shy answers -- Campus gets new lights -- Metallugists dine, discuss at meeting -- Matrix is reactivated -- Phi Sig pledges plan hayrack ride, dance -- Giveaway!: 'Mable' under new owner; etchings are unique -- Monica Bishop speaks to Kappa Delta Pi -- Students 'mistake' fire plugs for campus parking meters -- Kerr plans band concert -- WU students attend meet -- Four women attend convention at Baker -- YWCA will elect officers tomorrow -- 'Ye Old Cave Inn' is theme of Alpha Gam pledge dance -- New grading system becomes effective at Marietta College -- Symphony is publicized -- Binford will attend national cage meet -- Neve will guide net squad this season -- Yesteryear skirt fashions similar to those of today -- Wheaties Sweetie goes to K.U. relays -- Kappa Pi sponsors campus art exhibit -- Six pledges are initiated -- Delta Omega elects Taylor pledge prexy -- Roundabout the campus -- Actives, pledges will sing at Webster costume dance -- Cooke will discuss hobbies at meeting of A.A.W. Saturday -- Writing Club is organized -- MENC elects officers; Duerksen and Holman named administrators -- Honor system lives again as Indiana Student Council acts -- Art contest opens here -- Rifle team leaves for Stillwater, Okla. in year's final meet -- New wind tunnel dwarfs 19-year-old science hall machine -- Expectant wives of students offered special 'stork class' -- Oh, heck!: Dr. Burges Johnson, authority on cussing, will lecture here -- Double parking -- The garment center -- UCLA gets 3,516 non-Californians -- Wire recorder produces wild array of amateur programs / Carl Goeller -- Dr. Whan is listed in three Who's Who -- Typed on a Wednesday / Victor John Salamy -- Death takes three grads -- Sorosis and fathers hold 'Irish' banquet -- Survey reveals that college women are better home makers -- Grad gossip: University alumni activities are listed by association secretary according to classes / Mickey McCoy -- Charles Dunn receives watch for frat service during war -- University graduate returns to duties at Korean college -- Flop!: Students contribute few minor supplies for Munich drive -- Crum to represent University at confab of U.S. accountants -- Rose Bampton wins acclaim of cheering concert audience -- Oil concern offers 12 scholarships to employees' children -- Hammond addresses off-campus groups -- Four teams tie for intramural cage crown: Hustler five will defend title tonight -- Tentative inspection dates are announced -- First meet on April 3 -- Spring football practice in full stride: initial grid scrimmage to be soon -- Golf tryouts are March 29 -- Cage team season ends -- Baseball candidates called for meeting -- Eisenhower declares Russian war unlikely -- Stearns gets scholarship -- Sociology instructor will deliver lecture -- WU begins 'live shows' -- Spring!: Sidewalk too small for campus couples majoring in 'love' -- Student from Brazil extends good will -- Children's Theatre to enact fantasy play of 'Cinderella' -- Sipple makes plans for summer session as semester passes -- Dr. Rydjord returns from N.C.R.M. meet -- Cowgill flies to capital -- Intramural volleyball tourney scheduled to open Wednesday -- Shocker sketches -- New at the Library
Photograph(s): The University Symphony Orchestra. p. 1 -- Actors rehearsing battle scene for "Cymbeline;" Associate Professor Don Williams, ends up with broken jaw. p. 1 -- Paul A. Macauley receives his second lieutenant's commission in the infantry from Col. D.T. Beeler. p. 7 -- Mrs. [Margaret] Heath. p. 9 -- Ettie Hill Porter. p. 9 -- Charles Dunn. p. 9 -- Members of UNESCO examining paper collected during Munich drive. (Left to right) Vinita Hood, David Marteney, Ellen Anderson and Shirley Galatas. p. 10 -- Rose Bampton (right) receives an orchid from a speech student from the Institute of Logopedics while Dr. Martin Palmer looks on. p. 11 -- Coach Jim Trimble giving spring football prospects some pointers in the Campus gymnasium. p. 12 -- Coach Jim Trimble (left), Lyle Sturdy, Bob Ravensburg, and Norval Neve. p. 13 -- (From left) Jeanne Rittenoure, Velma Howard, and Margaret Greeley, studying Indian art works on exhibit in the Morrison Hall gallery. p. 14 -- Dr. Donald G. Barnhouse (right) and Dean L. Hekhuis. p. 15
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.53, no.24, Wichita, Kansas, March 18, 1948. - 16 pages
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