The Sunflower, v.56, no.05 (October 12, 1950)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.56, no.5, Wichita, Kansas, October 12, 1950. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Band visitors to total 1,500 -- Weidman to play lead in University production of 'The Inspector Calls' -- Beanies sold at Commons -- Committee plans aid for frosh -- Grid pictures to be shown at "Activity Night" Saturday -- 'Hairless Joe': Style for men at Homecoming will be beards -- Council settles routine affairs -- Publicity Clinic to aid organizations in press relations, news preparation -- Corbin speech, music program to open drive -- Juco committee to visit campus -- Round about the campus / Mary Fran Sullivan -- Alpha Tau Sigma to honor first semester pledge class -- Club corner: AWS to select out-of-town representative -- Marriage vows are announced -- Gamma mascot guards yard from "squirrels named Jim" / Bob Barber -- Montgomery, Hartman reveal ROTC cadet promotions for infantry, air -- Double coffee line speeds Alibi service -- Artist receives special mention -- Forum ducats on sale today -- GOP debates demos October 19 -- College group drive held by local church -- Libary shows relics collected by Rydjord -- Know your campus: KMUW-WUCR trains students in all phases of broadcasting / Bob Barber -- U of W alumni start fund for student grants -- Students from two schools hold demonstration debate -- Parnassus forms sent to seniors -- Shockers urged to correspond with pen pals -- Faculty begins 'Hobby Night' -- Questionnaire asks students' opinions on meal tickets, weekend activities -- Quick money...: Reward offered for best convo plan submitted / Dorothy Ludiker -- Gratitude...: Vietor thanks University for friendly spirit -- Psychology frat plans operetta -- Council approves safety campaign -- Professors hold first fall meet -- First pottery class meets at 7 tonight -- Seniors urged to see deans -- Watson elected APO president -- Editor to head Rydjord October 28 -- Walkout halted by talks from Trimble, Hobson -- Christian given grant-in-aid of iron complexes research -- Radio magazine cites Dr. Whan for research -- Taylor's novel to be published -- Teachers attend education convo -- Advisor named to VA office -- Kappa Pi takes 10 new pledges -- Shockers meet Bradley Braves -- Wichita, Tulsa win contests -- Wheatshocks first in MVC after Downing Valley champ -- Tulsa's Golden Gales down University frosh squad in opening game, 40-14 -- Websters lead: Touch football slates released by Kirkpatrick -- Hockey club to give demonstration game
Photograph(s): Discuss Air ROTC: Major General Harry A. Johnson, commanding general of the Tenth Air Force, is shown talking with Harry F. Corbin, President of the University of Wichita. Major General Johnson made an inspection tour of the local Air Reserve Officers Training Unit last Wednesday. p. 1 -- To appear Saturday...: The Moundridge High School band is one of the twenty-three bands that will be on the campus Saturday. The bands will appear at the half-time period of the University of Wichita-Bradley football game. The twenty-three bands will spell out the words, Missouri Valley. p. 1 -- All ears...: A group is shown listening to the University of Wichita-Detroit football game on the radio. Seated from left to right are Jack Gossett, Harvey Fankhauser, Bob Harrison, and Terry Dennison. Standing: Bill Hornish, Cliff Edds, and Quincy Utter. p. 2 -- Fifth speaker: Richard Llewellyn, author of "How Green Was My Valley" and "None But the Lonely Heart," will be a guest speaker on this year's Student Forum series, the Student Forum Board announced Tuesday. p. 3 -- Sixth speaker: Dr. Kurt Schuschnigg, former chancellor of Austria, and at the present a member of the St. Louis University faculty, will be guest speaker April 3, 1951, on the Student Forum Board series. p. 3 -- On the air...: Giving a dramatic show over at Station KMUW, are Gene Torline, Abbie Troup, and Morris Reichley. p. 4 -- Kriwiel to Moranz connects...: Leading pass catcher on the University squad is Norbert Moranz, who has gained 82 yards on pass reception. Moranz scored the last touchdown for the Shockers against Detroit on a pass from Eddie Kriwiel. p. 7
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The Sunflower
v.56 no.5
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