The Sunflower, v.53, no.06 (October 16, 1947)

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1947-10-16
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.53, no.6, Wichita, Kansas, October 16, 1947. - 10 pages

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Article(s): Cline or Holloway to be Queen: Election set for Friday in Commons -- Women list walk-out regulations -- Tickets for Abilene game are on sale -- General 'Ike' pulls big majority in student poll -- Six officers not eligible for posts -- Debate club planning radio-travel series -- Booster trip plans made -- Phi Sig 'Artic Antics' dance to honor pledges tomorrow -- Plans are completed for St. Louis dinner -- Roundabout the campus -- Science frat gives party -- Dames Club fetes faculty members at 'chuck wagon' feed -- Archery club plans out-of-town events -- Club corner / Betty -- 'Paddle Party' to be theme of Pi Alpha Pi pledge dance -- Short skit highlights French club meeting -- Dr. Branch's father is 'much improved' -- Van Keuren to talk on textiles Saturday -- Webster pledge dance to be costume affair for Hick Hop theme -- European people getting few benefits from American loans -- Fred Kubic speaks to accounting club in University Library -- Money!: Students are urged to get book money at W.U. bookstore -- Schedule announced for religious sects on University campus -- 'Papa is All' costumes now being designed by Martha L. Heitzel -- University ticket sale rules are announced -- Attention!: New programs and increased time improve station WU -- Name ten to UNESCO -- Election will tell -- A challenge hurled -- Veterans' news / C. O. Taylor -- Vox discupli: From the reader / Mabel Kimber, Karl Knutsson -- Typed on a Wednesday / William Fein -- On another campus -- Campus host to engineers -- Answer to veterans housing problem lies in Planeview -- Cafeteria serves 1,000 students each day; Salaries increased -- I.S.A. adds to council -- Grauel will describe Jewish refugee halt -- Regents authorize railing for stadium -- Bureau will translate foreign newspapers -- Grid squad meets fast Texas team -- Phi Sigs are new speedball champs; Tennis starts soon -- Muscles!: Bidwell announces purchase of new trampoline, weights -- Shocker sidelights / Al Littleton -- Basketball roster cut -- Frosh-Emporia State grid battle cancelled -- Drake loses to Shockers -- Oklahoma Cowboys down frosh squad -- Local group hears booth -- New Y.W. members honored at Alpha Tau
Photograph(s): Jean Cline; Shirley Holloway. p. 1 -- Homecoming co-chairmen for the annual celebration on Oct. 25 are Ru Beuke, left, and Pat Rutherford, both members of the Student Council. p. 1 -- Expected to give the Shockers plenty of trouble Saturday, in Veteran's Field, is Charles Morris, 170-pound junior backfieldman and star passer of the Abilene Christian College team. p. 8 -- General [Dwight "Ike" D.] Eisenhower. p. 10
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