The Sunflower, v.52, no.09 (November 14, 1946)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.52, no.9, Wichita, Kansas, November 14, 1946 - 12 pages

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Article(s): Annual pic schedules are ready -- Contest plan is completed -- People like singing commercials; dislike "hit parade" blurbs -- Schools like W.U. are faced with new problems, Hekhuis -- Appointees are named -- Pre-lecture ticket sale into operation -- Directories are delayed -- Police attend celebration -- One act plays produced tonight and Friday night in Commons auditorium -- Orchestra to perform -- War crimes lawyer speaks to political science students -- Walkout rehash -- Woodpile! -- Nearly 800,000 veterans now enrolled in nation's colleges -- Grad gossip -- Veterans' news / Dean Campbell -- Typed on a Wednesday / William Fein -- National campus news -- Hillbrand appointed to educational post -- University debate squad hold meet -- Second term ROTC plans are completed -- Websters initiate 20 -- Two music staff members honored -- Phi Sigs hold memorial -- Founders' day dinner held by musicians -- Roundabout the campus -- Third recital 1:30 Friday -- Reference librarian will resign position -- Shocker sketches -- Intramural rules are announced -- Play 'eyed' by clubs -- Shocker trio slated for bowl gameW.U senior selected for MoKan bowl -- Basketball reserve squad scrimmages with Friends team -- Wrestlers in rigid workouts--crawling up and down stairs -- W.U. upsets St. Louis U. -- Shocker sidelights / Lester Rosen -- I.S.A. and Alpha Tau tied for first in intramural soccer -- Shockers buck Buffaloes tomorrow -- W.U. takes second spot -- Undefeated teams meet -- Crystal ball predicts
Photograph(s): Common on the campus this year are groups of dance band musicians huddled in a corner of the Commons Lounge or the gym carrying on a jam session in grand fashion. Pictured above jamming for one of the all-school noon-hour varsities held each week in the lounge are: Jack Colvin, drums; Bill Middleton, sax; Merle Nicholson, Jim Starkey, and Bill Skillman, trombones; Helen Fidler, piano; and Bill Oakes, trumpet. p. 1 -- Fleetfooted left half Ray Morrison, pictured above, may replace Linwood Sexton in the Shocker backfield tomorrow night when the team meets West Texas State. p. 7
Includes Collegiate Digest, Volume 12, Issue 2: Photograph(s): Fans fill stands to overflow: This picture, taken at the University of Minnesota, is typical of football crowds throughout the country. p. 9 -- Paul F. Douglas, president of American University, Washington, D.C. p. 9 -- Roy Kurrasch (42), UCLA end, blocks Don Samuel's kick during the first quarter of the Oregon State-University of California game. Burr Baldwin (38), Bruin end, picked up the ball and raced 25 yards for a touchdown. p. 9 -- Terance Brennan (above), Notre Dame halfback, is shown as he received a pass from Jack Lujack on the Illinois seven-yard line. p. 9 -- A picture story from khaki to campus: Sgt. Del Ingram, left, and Pvt. William Foote are shown as they enter the "College Clinic" which was sponsored by the USO in Columbia, S.C. p. 10 -- Note the look of expectation on this veteran's face as he makes a bee-line from the railroad station to Ohio Wesleyan Univesity. p. 10 -- Esther Williams, Hollywood actress, presents a silver cup trophy to Barbara Smith, University of Washington, who won first swimming honors at the national convention of Phi Mu social sorority. p. 10 -- Louise Shahan, University of Southern California, took top award in an oratory contest of West Coast colleges and universities. p. 10 -- Smart but not quite ready for college, this little lady is delightfully absorbed in "Buzza," the electric locomotive, as she plays at the Hunter College model school for precarious children in New York City. p. 11 -- Readiness for rushing: University of Tulsa senior Jeane Smith watches as freshman coeds Gloria Evans, Patti Cecil and Margaret Wooten add last-minute touches to their hair before attending a rushing session. p. 11 -- On other campuses around the world: Here Wellesley and Athens inspect a picture of Stamatis G. Drakeopoulos when he served in the Greek Army. p. 12 -- Students at Warsaw Polytechnic Institute are shown in front of the administration office which they are helping to rebuild with their own hands. p. 12 -- At right an English student is shown in the latest golf attire, knickerbockers. Here G.G. Dacombe, Western College, drives off at the opening of the Boys Golf Championship at Moor Park. p. 12 -- Solving space shortages: "A little to the left and we'll have it," Jimmy Wintle, engineering senior at the University of Tulsa, tells Calvin McKee as they get surveying experience on the campus. p. 12 -- Betty Paul checks a new filing system for microscopes with Dr. B. Donald Barclay, professor of botany, at the University of Tulsa. p. 12
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