The Sunflower, v.52, no.17 (February 6, 1947)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.52, no.17, Wichita, Kansas, February 6, 1947. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Wichita host to teachers next month -- Productions to be given -- Soil expert will speak -- Students support University's revised enrollment procedure -- Syracuse U. denies profiting from increase in enrollment -- Rifle team beginning tournament matches -- Station WU broadcasting -- Alpha Taus to sponsor next varsity -- Dance group will be host -- Assessment brings $8,500 -- Congratulations -- Club holds meet at I.S.A. house tonight -- Grad gossip / Mickey McCoy -- Typed on a Wednesday / Bill Mendell -- Veterans' news / Dean Campbell -- Students are asked to return textbooks -- Greeks initiate 193 pledges in installation services Sunday -- Arvin wins high honor -- Sweeney, Kane win Mu Phi scholarships -- Logopedics Institute opens two branches -- Parnassus picture deadline established -- Fraternities elect head -- Roundabout the campus -- New English class proving a success -- Meetings held nine consecutive weeks -- W.U. seeks first league win tomorrow -- Beal bounces back to lead Shocker basketball scoring -- Mel Binford is home after hospital [ineligible] -- All intramural teams battle tonight -- WU remains cellar team -- Shocker sidelights / Lester Rosen -- Grapplers defeated by Edmond Matmen -- Graduate sings with Westminister Choir
Photograph(s): Ellis Arnall, former governor of Georgia, spoke to a capacity crowd last night on "Whose country is this anyway?" in the Wichita High School East auditorium. Arnall was brought to Wichita by the University Student Forum. p. 1 -- Probable starter at the center berth tomorrow night when the Shockers meet the St. Louis University Billikens is Cy Sickles, six-foot, three-inch letterman, pictured above. p. 6
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