The Sunflower, v.56, no.13 (December 14, 1950)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.56, no.13, Wichita, Kansas, December 14, 1950. - 12 pages

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Article(s): Operas will open tonight: W. P. Sandlin, Ohm Pauli have feature roles -- University 'The Thing' drive to be inaugurated December 15 -- University coed injured in crash -- Yule vacation not shortened -- 2 will help plan school activities -- Cadets review six candidates -- Round about the campus -- Christmas dance is planned by Alpha Taus for December 23 -- Sorority plans Yuletide dance -- Pi Alph princess to be honored -- Sorosis annual formal dinner dance to portray "Blue Christmas" theme -- ISA members plan Yule ball -- Alpha Gam plans Christmas dance -- Correspondent's war memoirs displayed here -- Phi Sig dance to be December 22 -- Of injury and of death -- Christmas, 1950: A guest editorial / Dean L. Hekhuis -- Know your campus: Kappa Pi fraternity plans annual Christmas dinner, exhibit / Cliff Kraus -- Musician Eva Miller makes progress in profession by hard work, talent / Virginia Stafford -- Math teachers plan duo-convention trip -- Blood drive planned here: Red Cross goal set on campus -- Savaiano to attend AATS convention -- Sixteen-day Mexican sojourn scheduled for June 1 to 16 -- Faculty member resigns position -- Student directory sales will continue -- Whan finishes radio coverage -- Safety contest winners chosen -- Bureau assists future teachers -- Political Science Club will hear Democrat -- Santa to visit institute party -- Professor Crum joins committee -- Wichita Church survey reveals racial problems -- WACS want women grads -- Downing heads language week -- Higgins, Truman hold brief chat over telephone / John Hurley -- Corbin gives holiday dates -- Term tuition fees will not be raised -- Yule program to be December 17 -- Toren lauds safety program -- Veterans' accounts to close January 12 -- American youth hostels offer all expense trips to Europe -- Manager speaks to accountants -- Quartet will give concert -- A Phi O men to Des Moines -- Openings for careers in government offered by Civil Service Commission -- Chorus of 150 sing "Messiah" -- Glamour can go to your head, assisted by new hair tints / Peggy Schotemeyer -- Behind Iron Curtain in Prague: Communists threaten British student / Bill Holbrook -- Marcene Solomon stresses practice in achieving baton twirling success -- Accounting class to visit plant -- Bradley, St. Louis cagemen undefeated in four starts -- Munies will play 3 holiday games -- Frosh, Rangers meet tomorrow -- Webster cagers play McPherson -- Webster, Alpha Gam, Phi Sig lead both volleyball leagues -- Freshmen Five win 1, lose 1 -- Aggie vets meet Munies: Shockers host to New Mexico -- KMUW to air basketball tilt -- Shockers lose to Farmers 56-50, win over Oklahoma Baptists 53-45 -- Zipper sticks; cager stuck -- Marquette officials check on 'Superman' -- ISA members receive pins
Photograph(s): All I want for Christmas is...: Filling in for Santa Claus while he is busy making preparations for Christmas Eve John Tambella listens to the Christmas wishes of admiring co-ed with Bea Bowman. Peeking around Santa are two of his little helpers, Ted Young and Ralph Crosby. p. 1 -- "Johnny Skeeky": Obviously shocked at the provisions of their uncle's will in the opera "Gianni Schicchi" are this group of would-be heirs. Holding the will is Bonnie Molz, flanked by Joanne Cartmill, left, and Betty McMillen, right. Grouped behind them, left to right, are William Henderson, Fred Wolf, Jim Billings, Jay Hershey, and Jim Wainner. p. 1 -- Violations snapped by photographers: Uncaptioned photographs of a car turning without signals (left) and another car running a stop sign (right). p. 1 -- Previewing Kappa Pi display: Don Brinton and Robert M. Kiskadden. p. 4 -- To save a life: Harry Farha, pictured giving blood in the Red Cross Bloodmobile. p. 5 -- Most valuable: Bob Harclerode (on left) for varsity football team and Beverly Winston (on right) for freshman team. p. 10 -- Photo of University of Wichita basketballers: Erwin Knocke, guard, Great Bend; Rex McMurroy, center, Galva; Hal Eckstein, guard, Shelbyville, Ind.; Bill Moran, guard, Newton; Kendal King, center, Wichita. Moran, a transfer at Wichita U., is the tallest man on the squad at 6-5. Others are 6-4 with the exception of 5-9 Eckstein. p. 12
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