The Sunflower, v.53, no.11 (November 20, 1947)

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Article(s): Fund drive to feature big auction -- Phillips named chief of men's pep group -- Four seniors end college grid careers Thanksgiving -- Student rate card sale ends tomorrow -- Board takes more action -- Thanksgiving vacation begins Nov. 27 for students, faculty -- Plays begin tonight in auditorium -- Democrats make plans -- Club corner / Betty -- Steven's poem wins place in anthology -- Ex-Sunflower editor marries Lester Buck -- Sorosis plan moon dance -- Pick up photo proofs 10 days after sittings -- Roundabout the campus -- Sociology club picks temporary officers at initiation meeting -- Women's volleyball practice to begin -- G.O.P. club holds dance -- Singers will appear at interracial meet -- Boy Scout fraternity will reorganize here -- Bill Bolden says 'hello' but thinks scufflin' friendlier -- Inflation!: College student pays small fortune for one postage stamp -- Students may earn Christmas money -- KAKE starts disk parties -- Groups shift to new sites -- Six weeks grades are due Dec. 1 -- Emily Post phones message to logopedics group here -- Dr. McDonald heads health meeting at University of Kansas -- Let us say amen -- Veterans' news / C. O. Taylor -- This college week / Davey Howell -- Typed on a Wednesday / Harold Kemper -- Vox discipuli: From the editor / Martha Wyatt -- University's California alums have 'old fashioned' reunion -- Secretary to attend national alumni meet in Kansas City, Mo. -- University graduates fail to breed heirs according to survey -- Hartough will speak to chemical society -- Graduate engineers will find prospects dim in near future -- Buldain transferred to Washington Post -- Ticket sale will start Monday for last tilt -- Orebaughs visit states -- Preparations begin for graduate school at Oak Ridge plant -- W.U. heads partake in panel discussion -- Phone operator expresses regret -- Grad gossip / Mickey McCoy -- Married vets can no longer live on subsistance allowance / Bill Fein -- High school's Color Band Day ceremony in halftime program -- Noel!: Plan Yuletide sings at five noon hours Christmas Eve week -- Home Economics club publishes Christmas edition of newsletter -- Political dispute settlement called art, science by Smith -- Sinfonietta will perform -- Taylor named prexy of journalist's frat -- First Shocker-Bengal meeting scheduled: Turkey Day game here with Tigers -- Annual N.I.S.A. meet to be at Ames, Iowa -- Shocker sidelights / Al Littleton -- Indians take grid scalps -- Frosh team defeats F.U. -- Basketball season opens in Henrion Gym: Cage squad ready for first game -- Frats stage sixteenth battle for 'keg' Thanksgiving Day -- Cross country race highlights halftime -- Mat matches are planned -- New cage ducat system introduced -- Intramural football league led by Sigs -- W.U. chorus gives musical
Photograph(s): Marvin Campbell; Harrie Clawson; Linwood Sexton; John Stucky. p. 1 -- W.S.S.F. purposes were explained to the campus committee last Thursday by Isabel Crim, regional secretary of the service group. The University's 1947 goal is $1,500. Campus campaign plans are being discussed by Miss Crim, left, and June Cale, campus chairman. p. 2 -- Bill Bolden: Definitely the exec type. p. 4 -- Mrs. Ernest Ausherman, the former Beulah Barrett, is secretary of the University Alumni Association. p. 7 -- Garner Shriver. p. 7 -- Whittemore and Lowe, concert pianists, above, will appear with the Wichita Symphony Orchestra in its second campus program to be presented Thursday, Dec. 4, in the University Auditorium starting at 8:30 p.m. p. 8 -- Student directory plans have been completed by the two-man Student Council committee including Dave Enoch, left, and Pat Taylor, who revealed this week that the books would go on sale shortly after the Thanksgiving holiday. p. 9 -- One of the few breaks to go against Miami Saturday in Vet Field occured as Shocker right halfback Anton "Hap" Houlik tackled William Stoner, who fumbled and recovered on his own seven-yard line. Jack Swager, No. 62, Shocker center is coming in to help Houlik. p. 10 -- Coach Mel Binford: He has a big season ahead. p. 11
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.53, no.11, Wichita, Kansas, November 20, 1947. - 12 pages
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