The Sunflower, v.52, no.03 (October 3, 1946)

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1946-10-03
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.52, no.3, Wichita, Kansas, October 3, 1946. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Gridmen battle K.U. Saturday: Face tough squad at Lawrence -- Radio club broadcasts -- Pi Alpha Pi reorganizes -- University receives government planes -- Varsity has S. American fiesta motif -- Campus traffic plan given to Ways and Means Committee -- Navy band contains old friends of Kerr; to play here Friday -- Yell leaders are named -- Taylor is elected Shock club head -- Student Council forced to cancel booster train due to light ticket sale -- Forum board completed -- Jardine continues steady improvement -- Dr. Taylor formerly a part of rescue team in Lolo land -- Stage veterans have leads in first play; cast is completed -- Neff writes new book -- Will it last? -- Campus gripe -- Room needed -- Veterans' news -- Grad gossip -- Typed on a Wednesday / Pete Greenbank -- Asks resale of books -- Foreign languages second semester -- All seats ready in stadium for next home game Oct. 19 -- Groups give pledge list -- Roundabout the campus -- A weekend at the Blue Moon / Bob Monroe -- Young G.O.P. drive for new membership -- YWCA beginning membership drive -- 23 new men join frats -- 'Palestine,' tonight's I.R. club open topic -- University music groups elect heads -- Parnassus has contest -- Gesner asks cooperation -- Suggestions given for fountain room -- Tryouts end for choirs -- W.U. intramural season gets underway -- Shocker "B" team will meet K-State squad November 1 -- Shocker sidelights / Lester Rosen -- Valley members face tough squads -- Dayton-W.U. game films to be shown on campus tonight -- Two radio stations carry K.U.-W.U. tilt -- Baseball playoffs continue today -- Bill Hodge writes sports publicity for University -- Shockers drop game -- Local highs have tough games on tap -- Gym shorts
Photograph(s): Pep rally at the Missouri Pacific Station: Photo above shows a portion of the student rooters and the pep band with the Wichita Pullman car in the background. p. 1 -- Anton Houlik, left half, having recovered from a shoulder injury. p. 8
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