The Sunflower, v.56, no.26 (April 24, 1952)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.56, no.26, Wichita, Kansas, April 24, 1952. - 8 pages

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Article(s): 'Detective Story' opens run: University Theatre's production begins three-night stand at 8:30 -- Wheat State Conclave held -- Dr. David D. Henry named commencement speaker -- Choir will give spring concert -- Army, Air ROTC units okayed by federal check -- No May Day classes here -- Paper, yearbook jobs now open -- Cheerleaders to be chosen -- That way / Virginia Stafford -- Women students elect officers for next year -- Faculty's column -- Home Ec alumnae feted at annual WU club banquet -- Alpha Tau, Pi Alph take grade honors -- Sturges is chosen May Queen; To reign at May 2 festivities -- University Women hold annual dinner -- Weddings, engagements top WU's spring social activities -- Concerning Truman -- Foreign languages exhibition displays objects of interest / Bill Stinchcomb -- The Barber shop / Bob Barber -- Illinoisian advocates expose of cheaters -- Cliff's column / Cliff Kraus -- Penn State to hold 5-day TV institute -- Sunflower wins excellent rating -- Williams Independents give up, disband club -- Air ROTC hears of defense plans -- Club corner: Band sorority plans to join national group -- The sports clock / Al Alvarez -- Shockers enter Drake carnival -- WU-Oklahoma A&M clash: series to open here tomorrow -- WU cops third in B-squad meet -- Director sets entries deadline -- KMUW purchases more equipment -- Company to exhibit commercial printing -- Shocker-Aggies ducats 50 cents -- Softball action opens today at Fairmount Park -- 5 ROTC cadets to be honored -- Spanish group presents play -- Webster actives honored at dance -- Winfield High hears Corbin
Photograph(s): A scene from "Detective Story" pictures Johan Froome (third from left), James Steams (left), Rufus Cone (second from left), Gene Herriott (fourth from left), and Steve Elmore. p. 1 -- Dr. David D. Henry. p. 1 -- Student Forum officers: (Left to right) Jo Anne Friend, Anita Dinsmore, Dick Roembach, and Russell Watson. p. 1 -- Carlene Sturges. p. 3 -- The reviewing stand: Pictured for federal inspection of the University's ROTC cadets are (front row, left to right) Pres. Harry F. Corbin, Col. W.G. Skelton, Col. George O. Commenator, Lt. Col. Robin G. Montgomery, Major Herbert A. Hartman, and Cadet Robert L. Van Vranken; (back row) Hon. Cadet Col. Patty Payne, Major William G. VanDyke, Major Robert E. Whaley, Major Raymond L. Heberling, and Lt. Col. William G. Lucey. p. 4 -- Gary Thompson. p. 7
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