The Sunflower, v.53, no.25 (April 1, 1948)

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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Duerksen, Walter , Razak, Kenneth 1918-2010 , Kerr, James , Pi Alpha Pi
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.53, no.25, Wichita, Kansas, April 1, 1948. - 12 pages
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Article(s): 4,000 musicians invade campus: High schools here Friday for festival -- Play leads announced -- Henry resigns post as sports editor -- Curriculum is changed by faculty -- Debate team wins second -- Lynn Winget keeps busy with 19 hours; translates 11 tongues -- Weather delays work on campus lighting -- Three groups name queen candidates -- Dr. Jardine urges calmness; students favor rearmament / Bob Olson -- YWCA head is selected -- Sorosis women meet campus coed groups at Wednesday socials -- Newman Club will elect new officers -- Roundabout the campus / Shirley Clark -- Eight events slated on social calendar -- Beware of jokes!: April Fool pranks are placed in two classes by experts / Barbara Mendell -- Sorosis plans party and hay rack ride -- Dance begins Easter treat -- Portable typewriter for rent at Library -- Phi Sig's 1948 'Sweater Girl' presented at dance tonight -- Alpha Omega holds initiation ceremony for five members -- Ersham to attend state guidance meet -- Bounce!: Harold Cary's show Lullabies in Rhythm is station WU guest -- Choral group will sing -- April theme dance planned by Wheaties -- Dr. Jardine opposes bills -- Attorney scheduled as accountant guest -- Six-month Middle East tour enjoyed by University coed -- University Players to discuss theater -- Open spring concert to packed audience -- Rifle team wins second -- Quality of college instruction revealed in poll of veterans -- Razak gets top honor -- Welcome, musicians! --Work!: China unprejudiced; social position set by man's profession -- New at the Library -- Taxation course in college would save students money -- Bonnie Brown wins in Lindsborg contest -- Typed on a Wednesday / Victor J. Salamy -- 133 courses are offered -- No joke son!: University student takes wedding vows on national hook-up -- Paper survey is reported -- Norwich University professor urges scientific leadership -- Board of Regents approve radio setup -- Library has rare paper -- New student show will be aired soon over station KFH -- Pop!: Looking for water! Try to satisfy thirst at campus fountain -- ROTC cadets to compete for awards on Field Day -- Superstitions?: Black cats, ladders feared most by Iowa State students -- 'Cymbeline' is declared jinx after number of accidents / Barbara Dunlap -- GI students must reveal plan changes to guidance center -- Egypt!: Wives for nothing; husbands must pay parents if divorced -- Tracksters open season on Saturday -- Intramurals are reactivated after three-week breather -- Shocker sketches -- Grid team work starts -- Athletes work hard on campus grounds -- Last call!: 117 students fail to claim cash and books from I.S.A. -- Writing Club elects heads -- Wow!: Shockers have luck in exhibition game against '66' Oilers
Photograph(s): Kansas high school musicians will begin taking over the campus Friday for the ninth annual district music festival. Events of the day for nearly 4,000 students are being planned by Walter Duerksen, left, head of the music department, and James Kerr, festival manager. p. 1 -- Lynn Winget. p. 1 -- Roy Schuessler. p. 3 -- One hundred student members of the University of Wichita concert band. above, will tour six central and southeastern Kansas cities on April 19 and 20, directed by James Kerr. The band presented a varied program before a near-capacity audience in the campus auditorium Tuesday evening. Lyle Dilley and Lawrence Intravaia, fine arts seniors, appeared as guest conductors. p. 4 -- Kenneth Razak. p. 5 -- Two Sunflower staff members will be guest speakers at the weekly meeting of the Wichita Advertising Club in the Lassen Hotel at noon Tuesday, Charlie Jones, program chairman has announced. Lester Rosen (right) and Elmo Reiff, business manager, will speak on the editorial and advertising aspects of the University student publication. p. 12
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The Sunflower
v.53 no.25
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