The Sunflower, v.58, no.15 (January 14, 1954)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.58, no.15, Wichita, Kansas, January 14, 1954. - 10 pages

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Article(s): Book 'Trig' for dance -- 2nd semester registration scheduled for Jan. 25 -- 4 paintings from museum on loan to eastern exhibits -- '54 polio drive begins here -- Photo exhibit opens Jan. 16 -- Motor carriers give $700 for floors -- Class produces drama program -- Debaters vie for 1st cup -- Allison to review new book tonight -- Director announces 'King Lear' tryouts -- Courses to present study of cultures -- 'Gigi' postponed one week; Misner chosen for lead role -- Institute students canvass for polio drive -- Sororities, fraternities elect second semester officers -- Panhellenic council coordinates campus sororities' activities -- Club corner: Minister to show world tour films at YWCA meet -- Smith-Alford reveal engagement Monday -- Parnassus editor is engaged -- Dr. [Henry], Mrs. [Geraldine] Pronko honored at coffee -- Baptist students schedule meeting -- Collars, cuffs, belts, muffs are glamorized in new fad -- Evans, Zegler plan wedding -- Couple plans spring rites -- Annual reception will honor seniors -- Church group plans ski trip -- Thurow-Moats engagement told -- Faculty to hold post-final party -- 2 ex-students train in Texas -- 'Bi-annual tonic' -- Not in Pisa! Book shelves threaten to fall -- Arkansas has parking trouble -- Guilty? Soph leads in cuts -- Why not? Finance majors play stock market with real money -- AEC offers fellowships -- Don't try it: Oregon paper lists 13 ways to fail -- Student travels to Mexico as goodwill representative / Verne Kling -- GI finds army life differs from college / Pvt. Bill Stinchcomb -- Industrious collegians: Students help with buildings -- 4 music students hold organ recital -- 5 to address teachers -- Comstock is treasurer -- Queen, attendants to be announced at Parnassus dance -- Club gives money for book purchase -- New parking lot open for students -- Callan presents flute recital -- Journalism professor named contest judge -- Heifetz will appear with symphony group -- Noel represents University at meet -- Scholarship info available to grads -- Shocks, Titans gear for battle: Record on line for re-match -- Shockers stop Tulsans for third Valley win -- Matmen fail in first try -- Littleton to receive magazine award -- Riflers take match -- Millermen lead Valley -- KU eyes Mitchell -- Cagers tame Cougar squad -- Meet your Shockers: Local high produce sparklers -- AP places WU 11th in nation: 'Tucky tops press poll -- Mural standings -- Pennsylvania State votes new name -- Baylor offers 'Pioneer' course for frosh seeking right place -- Sunflower offers 11 staff positions -- Poulson flies to air meet -- Motor transport to be taught here
Photograph(s): Guess what? At 8 o'clock this morning finals began on the University campus. Earlier in this week students sought refuge from low grades in somewhat assuring rooms of Morrison Library. Seated, left to right, around the table are Paula Riggs, Sharon Campbell, Phil Parker, Eldon Hamm, and Leonard Van Camp. p. 1 -- Concentration: An unidentified student joined the ranks of others using the Library this week for last-minute studying. / photos by Pvt. Bill Stinchcomb. p. 1 -- Three views: side and front views of the 1954 University class ring denote the new design of the ring. For the first time in six years the design of the rings has been changed. Orders are being accepted for the rings now at the University Bookstore. p. 1 -- Good will [sic] tour: University student Bob Foster spent Christmas vacation on a good will [sic] tour in Mexico. Presenting the Kansas flag to the governor of Nuevo Leon are Jose Farias, president of the chamber of commerce; Roberto Gomez, good will [sic] ambassador from Kansas; Jose Vivanco, governor of Nuevo Leon; Bob Foster, University student; Hernan Garcia, foreign exchange student; Humbarto Garcia, foreign exchange student; and Juan Zartuche, president of the 20-30 club. p. 4 -- Donna Baird, Nancy Baldwin, Jean Darling, Norma Haworth, Donna Henry, Pat Langton, Wilda Naylor, Patty Payne. p. 6 -- Cleo Littleman. p. 7 -- Stalkin' the Cat: Classy Cleo Littleton moves in for a driving set-up as Tulsa's Dick Nunneley and Dick Courter try to stop him. Wichita's stellar guard Gary Thompson (4) looks on. p. 8 -- Uncaptioned photographs of Paul Scheer and Gary Thompson. p. 8
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