The Sunflower, v.54, no.31 (May 5, 1949)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.54, no.31, Wichita, Kansas, May 5, 1949 - 10 pages

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Article(s): May dance to conclude festivities -- Classes to compete in 'unusual' races -- Mullen heads coalitionists -- Pre-registration due before final exams -- New faculty members added to art and music departments -- French visit here Friday -- Carrousel, student magazine, will be on sale Tuesday -- 50 campus women honored by AWS -- Pronko, Bowles write psychology textbook -- Regents OK pay increase -- First 10 watt FM station goes on air -- ROTC is praised by Colonel Beeler -- 'May Medley' is theme of Sorosis formal Saturday -- Home Economics Club elects Cox president -- Club corner!: Horseback riders invited to attend Pegasus meeting -- Bevis to head CRC during next year -- Four music students give senior recitals -- ISA elects Monday eve -- A Cappella Choir to give concert -- Mother's Day teas to be held Sunday -- Epsilon Kappa Rho, Pi Alpha Pi hold highest scholastic rate -- Club gives donation for book purchases -- University students to voice problems -- Bob Lauke will speak -- Parents and students invited to mother's tea sponsored by YWCA -- Round about the campus / Mary Fran Sullivan -- Barbs plan screwy carnival for campus amusement / Charlene Parker -- Our next president! -- 'Superior' performances in 'Ten Little Indians' / Jack Campbell -- Campus poll shows features are preferred by students / Mike Miller -- College enrollment is on the decline; total is increasing -- Spring is coming; Alibi-itis increases, studying declines / Bob Lawson -- Term begins on June 6 -- Economics meeting attended by Ryan in St. Louis, Mo. -- 'Alien music' barred from Russian zone -- Campus Translation Bureau interprets 1,200 letters -- Max Milbourn edits Public Relations book -- Campus problems viewed by deans at recent meeting -- Betty Long will wed Wichitan next fall -- Spring intramural program underway: track starts Wednesday -- New sports program is on lifetime basis -- 30 candidates vie for pep positions -- Byfield earns only point for Shockers -- Women's athletic department holds annual dance program -- Plastic and neon featured at relays -- Bolivian university offers special term -- Cheers mean little to record setter -- Wichita will be host to archery tourney: local women will compete -- Fellowships awarded to three students -- Phillips U. routed by frosh in dual track meet here -- Taggart to sponsor women's swim meet -- Freak telecasts amaze students -- Diamondmen will end season against Tulsa: teams vie for cellar -- Bellamy to ignore women wrestlers -- Track and golf men have best records in spring matches / Joe Morrisey -- Book distribution planned for May 19 -- 16 cadets are pledged at ROTC festival -- Leslie M. Blake organized University Speakers' Bureau -- Officers are elected, president serenaded at Webster meeting -- Seniors will meet to discuss plans -- Boy Scout official will address frats -- False Differences theme of speech given by Rydjord -- Staff posts available -- Langenwalter heads list of candidates -- School religious club will honor minister -- Lenz, Walker get award -- Pep coordinator announces plans for cheering section -- Tulsa rallys, beats W.U.
Photograph(s): Phil Edwards: Writers Club president. p. 1
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