The Sunflower, v.56, no.19 (March 1, 1951)

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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Savaiano, Eugene
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Article(s): 'The Lid's Off' postponed-Park -- ISA organizes student party -- Opportunity knocks...: Three University students to vie for Horace Heidt honors -- Class pictures to be taken -- A Capella Choir gives concert -- Debater receives 'superior' rating -- Student Council meet planned -- Orchestra dance to be tomorrow -- Brady delivers convo address -- Council to hold school election -- Only infantry to go to camp -- Council announces rules for annual Hippodrome contest -- Round about the campus / Dorothy Ludiker -- Last game presentation: Haley, Friesen crowned 'Wheaties' Sweetie,' 'Jack Armstrong' -- Frat initiates military pledges -- Art students attend painters exhibition -- Practical concrete class being offered -- Club to present "Story of Jazz" -- Sociology Club sponsors tea honoring Duvall -- Becker, Bevis, two former students, announce approaching wedding dates -- Club corner: Girls' Glee Club elects Richard new president -- Gordon will address aero science club -- Home economic representatives plan K.C. trip -- Jet propulsion...: 'Previews of Progress,' scientific show, to be given today -- Dr. Powell to speak at association dinner -- "Behind Scenes" produced here -- Sophomores offered summer sales jobs -- Students, faculty queried on effect of new air base / Ann Earp -- Standing room only -- Psychology heads to install one-way vision glass here / Pat Corbett -- 957 persons attend "Ballad Play" showings -- Puppy craves book learning -- Dean Powell attends education meetings -- Parking limited by bookstore -- Logopedics student from sunny south marvels at speech correction work / Virginia Stafford -- Parking limited by bookstore -- Students may visit institute March 5 -- WRA quintet to Pittsburg -- Faculty trio gives semester's concert -- Mrs. Norma Manning begins musical program on KMUW / D.R. Stewart -- Sound off!: Cheerless action by cheerleaders ires students / Lou Brown, Jow Fox, Mike Brynswick, Joan Kallail, Mary Fran Sullivan, Abbie Troup -- Now we know -- Women elected to convention -- Magazine carries language bureau accomplishments -- Faculty members give impressions of Raymer Art Exhibition -- Seniors appoint gift committee, announce plans -- Mullen attends placement meet -- Engineering smoker to be held Sunday -- Grad students start new club -- Out-of-towners Johnson, Hightower, play important roles on Frosh team / Al Alvarez -- WRA sponsors sports program -- Tulsans drop, 58-49 -- Pi Kap cagers cop first win -- Reserves are called for Air Force duty -- Shockers are fifth in MVC Valley title still undecided -- Table tennis deadline nears -- 'What the heck' -- Sports roundup / Clifford Kraus -- Shocker Riflers gain first win -- Freshmen to meet Sterling Monday in first AAU test -- Infantry announces outstanding cadets -- Webster Five tops cage play -- Press to name queen: winner to be Drake entrant -- Dietician explains food cost rise -- Wilner needs more actors -- 'Marriage, home' meetings begin
Photograph(s): King, Bates, and O'Neale: Proportional representative to the Student Council will be elected tomorrow. Candidates for representative are Charles King, Della Bates, and Doran O'Neale. Junior representatives will also be chosen. p. 1 -- [John] McCord, Miss [Betty Mae] Kerschen, and [Harold] Schooler. p. 1 -- Royalty: Norma Jean Haley and Cot Friesen were elected "Wheaties Sweetie" and "Jack Armstrong" for 1951. p. 2 -- Alumni Scholarship Fund: Joe Hesse (left) chairman of the Alumni Fund committee, discusses the $3,000 the allotment for scholarship from the 1950-51 alumni fund proceeds with Maryann Reed and Herbert Wathan, student representatives on the committee. p. 4 -- Four on one: Jimmy Nutter, number 35, is surrounded by A&M Cowboys as he takes a jump shot. Aggies around him are number 35, Don Johnson; number 21, Gale McArthur; number 25, Bob Page. p. 6 -- Freshman Five: University freshmen will enter the AAU tournament next Monday at 8:30 p.m. against the Sterling, Kansas, Stewarts. The Freshman squad includes (left to right) Curt Hightower, Willie Johnson, "Dub" Quallis, Gary Thompson, and Paul Scheer. p. 7 -- Virginia Whitaker: Last year's "Girl We'd most Like to Go to Press With." p. 8
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.56, no.19, Wichita, Kansas, March 1, 1951. - 8 pages
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