The Sunflower, v.56, no.20 (March 6, 1952)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.56, no.20, Wichita, Kansas, March 6, 1952. - 4 pages

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Article(s): No University TV seen immediately -- Czech lecturer resigns at WU -- 2,658 enrolled; 9% drop noted -- 175 blood pints given in drive -- WU 'Press Girl' deadline nears -- Gore scholarship established here -- Student artists to show works -- Five WU couples announce engagements during February -- Alumnae to hold annual style show -- Maxine Welch is 'Belle of the Ball' -- Military dance to be March 28 at Broadview -- Gist, Friedersdorf honored at game -- Shocker coaches to be honored at Wheaties Ball -- Records fall as Littleton keeps dropping 'em in -- Women playing in 2 tourneys -- A&M, Tulsa nail Shockers -- Wishy-washy weather wipes out workouts -- ISA five smash Kappa Rho, 23-5 -- Tri-P, Websters clash for title -- Faculty's column -- WU debaters leave tomorrow for conference -- Regents accept dormitory loans
Photograph(s): Scholarship donor: President Harry Corbin, left, and Ralph Gore, right, look over a portrait of Mr. Gore's father, the late Harry Gore, who had a $700 scholarship established here by his sons. Ted Gore, the other son, is not pictured. p. 1 -- Mighty and the miss: John Friedersdorf, left, named Jack Armstrong by the Wheaties, hands a bouquet to Betty Gist, who was named Wheaties Sweetie by Shocker athletes during the halftime of the Wichita-Tulsa basketball game. p. 1 -- Bill and Belle: Mike Jones, seated, was crowned Bill of the Ball, by his escort, Maxine Welch, at the HYM dance last Friday night. Miss Welch won Bell of the Ball honors for selling the most tickets to the dance. p. 1 -- Campus wheels: Senior men given honorary titles at HYM dance are (left to right) John Friedersdorf, Greg Beuke, Eddie Zegler, Fred Young, Clifford Kraus, Norb Moranz, Gene Klein, and Kendal King. p. 1
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