The Sunflower, v.56, no.22 (March 21, 1951)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.56, no.22, Wichita, Kansas, March 21, 1951. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Llewellyn to appear tonight: 'Green Valley' author to speak in auditorium about experiences -- Barr resigns from Regents -- Senior exercises to be combined -- Nine speakers reach finals -- Troup, Weidman head play cast -- Air Force ROTC men called for duty after graduation -- Seniors study 6 school gifts -- Pastor delivers convo address -- Shumway quits teaching post -- Council picks relay candidate -- Press finalists judged today -- Round about the campus / Dorothy Ludiker -- ISA students to decorate lounge; Members will paint during vacation -- KMUW begins Sunday shows -- Engineers plan May exhibition -- Club corner: Honor group to receive pledges at 7:30 tonight -- Y.W. officers to be installed -- 10 accountants honored here -- Students, grad announce vows -- Struebing on duty with 10th Infantry -- Police instructor comments on Wichita crime situation -- Change of face -- In retrospect -- Seniors plan recitals -- Nasal nitwits star of humor numbers: Lid's Off show pleases, displeases capacity crowd Saturday / Bob Barber -- Sounds off...: Ryan's letter draws additional student action / Bill Holland -- Go, Vassar, go -- Gaddis warns campus drivers -- 'Behind Scenes' broadcasts interpret news developments / D.R. Stewart -- Council studies faculty rating -- Mrs. Brrailoff, in Bulgaria 17 years, returns to America to find freedom / Virginia Stafford -- Today's paper breaks tradition -- Music festival is planned here -- Education fraternity initiates pledges -- Cadets prepare for field day -- Corbin to talk at convocation -- Order group plans Music Club program -- Gridders open spring practice -- Bill Hornish tops bowling scorers -- Pi Kap pair wins doubles -- Sports roundup / Clifford Kraus -- Trackmen plan Winfield trip -- Baseball squad to begin drills for first game -- School to dismiss six days; vacation to begin Thursday -- Visit art department
Photograph(s): Henry Levitt. p. 1 -- Campus beauties vie for title of "Girl We'd Most Like to Go to Press With": Gerry Hunter, Betty Gist, Lila McWhorter, Johnell Yost, Joan Shaw. p. 1