The Sunflower, v.54, no.25 (March 24, 1949)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.54, no.25, Wichita, Kansas, March 24, 1949. - 10 pages
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Article(s): Fadiman is last guest for Forum -- Young Republicans hear guest speakers -- Two students to present music recitals in auditorium -- Traveling!: Hekhuis, Rydjord attend educators NCA conference -- Barber shop quartets will parade in Forum for benefit of Institute of Logopedics -- Debaters attend annual tournament -- New school plan given -- Choir begins third annual tour Monday -- Williamson will speak at annual meeting -- Band to be heard Apr. 1 -- Chips and parents to hold annual tea -- Annual pledge dance held by Alpha Gams -- Round about the campus -- Pi Kap pledges plan night at 'O'Malley's Bar' Saturday -- Pershing rifles to honor Georgann House at dance -- 28 pledges are honored -- Guest speaker!: Korean will speak at ISA meeting in Commons Lounge -- Date Night and open house on Pi Kap social calendar -- Bear, Silcott vows taken in Kingman -- Sorority fetes Depew at going away party -- Officers installed at women's meeting -- Barnes is elected president of club -- Viennese waltz club to meet Wednesday -- Foreign studens request many American 'pen pals' -- Concert on Monday by string quartet -- Vox discipuli: Petition receives no consideration by Student Board / William R. Johnston-- Club corner: Pegasus members pick new officers at recent meeting -- Students differ in opinion on song hit, 'Sunflower' / Mike Miller -- College-on-Wheels tempts students who like travel -- Articles by profs appear in journal -- Students desert campus for 'wild blue yonder' trips / Joe Morrisey -- Delegates will be elected to IRC conference tonight -- Charter is granted for Geology Club -- Eight attend art meeting -- Midterm graduates obtain teaching jobs -- Mobile Red Cross blood unit will recruit campus donors -- Change of address must be made at VA -- Fraternity: Mens' organization may form chapter in this University -- Grad gossip: Many University alumni take new positions, receive honors, give speeches during month / Beulah Mullen -- Alumni organizations elect new officers at recent meetings -- University alumni sets up standards for good professors -- Don Enoch is father of son, Rolland Kirk -- 25 sons, daughters of grads are members of 'Chips' -- Coloradoan visits board -- Four teams entered in cage tournament -- Six riflemen win medals -- Department shows unsolicited exhibit -- Duo-piano quartet planned for program -- Council airs vote issues -- Invitational cage tournament introduces 'Cinderella' teams / Jack Campbell -- Websters take title in ping-pong contest -- GI loans available to disabled vets -- Rain delays golf trial -- Fine arts students schedule festival -- Sports views: Nutter receives young fan's praise at grade school / Bob Olson -- Rain cancels first day drill for Shocker baseball squad -- Dutch girls are nice says famous miller -- White elephant is boon at Washington -- Grid squad is promising -- Gridder wrestles with buddy's aid -- All may see ROTC drill -- Campus entrance has new stop sign -- Services are held for former student -- Famous violinist confesses high regard for jazz music
Photograph(s): Photo of the A Cappella Choir under the direction of Harold A. Decker. p. 1 -- Clifton Fadiman. p. 1 -- Wichita's Lionaires Quartet members are, left to right Perl Elliot, tenor; Marlin Cox, lead; Homer Price, baritone; and Claude De Varss, bass. p. 1 -- Paul I. Wellman. p. 6
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The Sunflower
v.54 no.25
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