The Sunflower, v.52, no.12 (December 12, 1946)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.52, no.12, Wichita, Kansas, December 12, 1946. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Regents approve student union: Regents give approval of building plan -- May opens three-night campus run: Former Broadway hit portrays last three years of Christ's life -- Debaters to Texas meet -- Lecture appointments end tomorrow noon -- Press box atop Vets Field to be among tops of nation -- Students will discuss industrial situation -- To present first band performance -- Young Republicans meet next Wednesday -- Moorad paints black picture of U.S. relations with Russia -- Directory sales end -- Sportsmanship -- Veterans' news / Dean Campbell -- Grad gossip / Mickey McCoy -- Two new classes in journalism offered -- Choir to give carol service on Sunday -- Coordination of registration is planned for Minnesota -- Typed on a Wednesday / William Fein -- Veterans will use Chicago Navy Pier for class and lab -- Notre Dame shows post-war trend in commercial subjects -- Music recital to be given -- Initiate seven at service -- Roundabout the campus -- Science frat gives party -- Kappa Delta Pi initiates pledges -- Phi Sigs entertain parents with party -- University Women entertain at dinner -- I.S.A. dance calendared -- French Club to give Christmas program -- Delta Omega holds dance -- Gammas, Websters, I.S.A. in final game -- Cagers go on road trip -- Hodges and Walker chosen on St. Louis all-opponent squad -- Cagers open with win -- Shockers guests at banquet; Draut and Hodges are honored -- French rule renewed by Missouri Valley -- Hornets invade campus for cage game: Emporians are bringing strong quintet to face Shockers tomorrow night -- Shocker sidelights / Lester Rosen -- I.S.A. and Sorosis volleyball victors -- Attendance record set -- No can do -- Scholarships open to students majoring in specified fields
Photograph(s): Leading roles in the forthcoming campus production, "Family Portrait," to be presented tonight, tomorrow, and Saturday nights in the University Auditorium are pictured above (left to right) Dorothy Stinnett and Edwin Sisk. p. 1 -- George Moorad. p. 1 -- Joe Krafels, guard. p. 7