The Sunflower, v.55, no.13 (January 5, 1950)

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1950-01-05
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.55, no.13, Wichita, Kansas, January 5, 1950. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Cagers to open conference Saturday: Munies to play Aggies team -- Campus structures are approved; Corbin to be inaugurated in spring -- Wall reappointed to municipal job -- Conference honor to Dr. Rydjord -- Dr. Read attends math conference -- Two Library rooms are given 'new look' -- Employment blanks are available now -- Rabbi to open new subject -- Yearbook frolic set for January 30...1950 Parnassus dance will feature Tony Pastor -- Round about the campus / Gerry Hunter -- Merritt is chosen Pi Alph Princess -- Holiday engagements and pinnings reach new high for University students -- Campus accountants hear county official -- Phi Sig's 'Mudder' Pi Alpha Pi, 6-0 -- Faculty playnight Monday for women -- Wichita halfback makes All-Valley -- Golden Hurricane mentor honored -- Billikens forced to quit football in '50 -- League deadline set -- Editorial jobs open for next semester -- Women's basketball entries due Friday
Photograph(s): Inauguration...: President [Harry F.] Corbin. p. 1 -- Uncaptioned photo of Dr. John Rydjord. p. 1 -- To bring "Coconuts" to dance...: Tony Pastor and his orchestra will play for the Parnassus dance, Jan. 30, at the New Moon. p. 1 -- Princess Mary...: Mary Merritt, Pi Kap, was selected as Pi Alph Princess at the fraternity's winter formal dance Dec. 21. Pi alph President Ralph Hearn presents the Princess with a bouquet and announces her royal office. p. 2 -- They're to be ad-'mired'...: Phi Sigs and Pi Alphs, they all look alike following the playing of the first annual "Mud Bowl" football game in Shocker Stadium, Dec 28. p. 3
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