The Sunflower, v.53, no.28 (April 22, 1948)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.53, no.28, Wichita, Kansas, April 22, 1948 - 14 pages

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Article(s): Coronation to highlight May festival -- Play lead announced -- 'Hot' campaign predicted: three groups eye election on May 14 -- 'Scoop's' granite quiz solved; Dot Neises reveals secret -- Debaters go to Texas U. -- Are you?: Students still try but have no luck finding Miss Tri Rho -- Forum guest cites education for masses is China's need / Glenn Kennedy -- Frat dance is planned -- Sorosis plans picnic in Fairmount Park -- Alpha Taus to picnic on farm Saturday -- C.U.W. plans dinner with review, music for Monday evening -- Six Mu Phi pledges initiated on Sunday -- Food club picnic set -- Sixty-four at banquet of Wheaties pep club; officers are revealed -- Club to see textile mill -- French Club to hear Mrs. Gabrielle Tritz at Wednesday meet -- Surgery!: Women to request social organizations to contribute labor -- Roundabout the campus / Shirley Clark -- Sociologist declares Wichita prejudiced in lecture to group -- Sixty persons go to Spanish Club dinner -- Registration stars May 1 -- W.U. airmen hear helicopter designer at annual election -- Add two engineers to foundation staff for greater service -- Psychology students inspect sanatorium -- Student finds cheating easy in several class examinations / Bob Ames -- Dr. Taylor manages new English office -- Journalists get courses -- 'Had an eight pound baby girl' no longer an unusual excuse -- IRC Club to hold election tonight -- Veterans completing training on GI Bill -- Society lists guest artists -- Logopedics director attends Kansas City meeting on health -- Dr. Rydjord speaks on 'Brains, Bombs' -- Join the fun -- Time out! -- Beware!: Don'ts for dancing explained to help zealous 'demons' -- 'Give parking violators the ax' say irate University students -- Colleges must raise standards to maintain high quality -- Typed on a Wednesday: 'In days of old, when knights were bold' is plot of story about shaggy dog in England / Don Crawford -- Sunflower files reveal facts of old Fiske Hall escapades -- New at the Library -- Death takes 1931 grad -- Alumni are active: Alpha Taus plan tea, D.O.s hold benefit, Pi Kaps bridge -- Ding, dong!: Wedding bells ring for seven grads in May and June -- National firm plans senior interviews -- Grad gossip: Promotions, travel, and births highlight month's activity, alumni secretary reports / Mickey McCoy -- William Knightley '33 hiked to telephone superintendent's post -- Scholarship to be given -- High school students are institute guests -- Class change takes student 11,700 miles from University / Bob Ames -- Two speakers tell of racial problems in sociology class -- Plant wants engineers -- Writers' mag now on sale -- 'Trailerite is no different than city dweller'- Cowgill -- WUCR: Big time operators change call sign for campus station -- 'Courtesy Week' means rough time for frat pledges -- Grounds department orders new tractor -- Inspection announced -- Scribes will feast at annual banquet -- Tittsworth to play selections of Chopin -- U.S. Marines offer bars -- Club sends delegate to clergy conference -- Junior round table organized to bring youth brotherhood / Mary Grice -- Local group hears Utah chemist speak -- Research is answer to post war market according to Burnett -- Top brass eye R.O.T.C. -- Movie aids council fund -- University Players to present one-act comedy on glamour -- Veterans' news -- Shocker frosh lose to Hutchinson Juco's -- Linkmen win over Tulsa in dual meet -- Records can prove old time trackmen knew how to race -- 'Nine' men play Salina -- Youth group will convene -- Shocker sketches -- Phi Sig "A" into finals -- Baseball will begin with freshmen out -- Unaffiliated students pick new committee -- Gym shorts -- Milbourn represents W.U. on trade trip -- Tracksters place at KU -- YWCA members eligible for journey -- 25,000 hear musicians -- Radio panel slates mental hygiene for discussion on KAKE
Photograph(s): Maxine Moore. p. 1 -- May Day plans are being discussed by four members of the Student Council. The annual celebration will occur Friday, May 7, with all activities directed by the Council. The planners pictured are, from left, Kenny Hedrick, Ru Beuke, Pat Rutherford, and Tom Curry. p. 1 -- Dorothy Neises. p. 1 -- Major B. Preston Schoyer. p. 1 -- Charlana Taylor. p. 3 -- Dean Leslie Sipple -- "What is it?": The above photo is part of the atomic energy exhibit which is on display in Morrison Hall. The exhibit depicts possible peacetime uses for atomic energy. p. 5 -- Helen Harness. p. 7 -- Mickey McCoy. p. 7 -- William Knightley. p. 7 -- Horace A. Lakasingh. p. 8 -- Ira Barkman. p. 12 -- David Robertson; James Kerr. p. 14