The Sunflower, v.53, no.30 (May 6, 1948)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.53, no.30, Wichita, Kansas, May 6, 1948 - 16 pages
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Article(s): Sociologist, Bishop talk to seniors -- WU concert is Tuesday -- Marital failure picked for roundtable topic -- Pi Kaps, Websters leave Shocker Party -- Students await May Day: Festival begins tomorrow with walkout by 2,800; Gwinn reigns as queen -- UNESCO backs musical to aid exchange plan -- Campus beauty campaign begins tomorrow with social organizations contributing labor -- Four one-act plays in French Club plans for spring program -- UNESCO is theme of Thursday convo -- Tra la!: May Pole ceremony will be performed on Commons lawn -- Cash, books await 81 at brig, May 21 named disposal day -- YWCA to sponsor Mother's Day hour -- Library assistant leaves post to wed -- Harmony!: Benefit dance for Logopedics Institute is May 13 in Moon -- Father Pathe sees need for 'charity of heart' by man -- Station WUCR hopes to continue working -- Dance group to perform -- Roundabout the campus / Shirley Clark -- Three GI students ready for Mom's Day -- Tea will be given, officers presented by University Dames -- I.S.A. heads attend meet -- Army here Tuesday to give out medals -- Four Sunflower brides of the week to wed during months of May, June, and August -- Watson oil paintings are now on display -- Anonymous speaker will address group on alcohol control -- Wives club hears talk -- Ticket sale starts here -- Engineers to hold open house for students, public May 14-15 -- Dr. Cowgill is reelected -- Evaluation! -- New at the Library -- Typed on a Wednesday: Don't cry in your beer you lucky stiffs, that walkout tomorrow will be official / Bob Ames -- Final exam schedule revealed; students scurry for books -- Home Ec Club honors members with gifts -- So what!: Editorial writer asks if chivalry is dead at all universities -- Junior college opens new course this fall -- 1950 confab to be here -- Students favor exchange plan backed by UNESCO council / Bob Olson -- College prexy predicts full programs of readjustment to peace by U.S. government -- Current scheduling for summer school will finish May 14 -- Professor to work on doctor's degree -- Robbins to Stanford for Ph.D. in math -- Meeting at Stephens makes educational history for women -- Math students find more lights no help -- Newspaper errors provide laughs and embarassment / Bob Gould -- Finland fears Reds less than America, says Sorosis speaker -- Prexy announces appointment of 75 to faculty committees -- Teaching evaluated by student opinion -- 'Bridges' is subject of teacher's speech -- Hail!: University students protest civil rights restriction on voting -- Grounds man asks student cooperation -- Radcliffe evaluates hour examinations for future action -- Combined Glee Clubs give spring concert -- 23 receive promotions -- Veterans Field work halted temporarily -- Lyons P.E. position goes to education senior Marge Morris -- 285 students in four colleges are on first term honor roll -- Improvement made here -- Play premier draws comment about play and acting / Barbara Dunlap -- Men seek definite contrast between their bride and date -- Theater party upset by cup shortage; Players to rescue -- Beverages taste the same, Pronko tells psychologists -- Cale, James lose debate -- Mathematics show of books in Library is called adventure -- Dr. E. Stanley Jones is 'Religious Week' keynoter in October -- Kansas neglects ills; ranks forty-sixth in state spendings -- Unit desires top award -- Dr. Rydjord to show slides at I.R.C. meet -- Shockers renew feud with Moundbuilders: nine ready for second home game -- Shocker sketches -- Barbara Gist is high as bowling beginner in classes '100 Club' -- Bidwell back from Illinois driving class -- Council asks help for clean campus -- Gridironers to hear talk on literature -- Frosh track team wins after deadlock -- Shockers face Gorillas in dual meet: track team to Pittsburg on Saturday -- W.U. loses track meet -- Intramural softball began Tuesday; six teams are entered -- Down Tulsa in golf; tennis team loses -- Staff posts are opened -- Senior recital gets appreciative crowd
Photograph(s): Barbara Gwinn: She'll reign as May Queen; Fred Robinson: He's her chancellor. p. 1 -- Campus beautification plans are being discussed by (kneeling, from left) John Gaddis and Charlana Taylor; (standing, left) Kenny Hedrick, Dean Grace Wilkie, Dr. C.C. McDonald, and Maxae Fey. p. 1 -- Genevieve Honn; Mary Uhischmidt; Ariene Cooley; Frances Everett. p. 4 -- Construction progress of Pi Alpha Pi fraternity house. p. 7 -- Marjorie Morris. p. 11 -- Jean Cline. p. 12 -- Joe Baldwin (left) admires poster announcing premier of his play while Prof. George Wilner looks on. p. 12 -- Pictured discussing the annual ROTC federal inspection are (from left) Maj. A.R. Jewett, Capt. R.B. Styles, Col. Donald Beeler, Col. Tyler Calhoun, Maj. Eddie Robertson, and Lt. Col. Doll. p. 13 -- Tony Di Pardo. p. 14 -- (Top photo) Cindermen in the 100-yard dash including Pelzel (far left), Warren Southard (far right), and Jimmy Nutter. (Lower photo) Jack Childers going over the hurdle. p. 15
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The Sunflower
v.53 no.30
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