The Sunflower, v.55, no.15 (January 19, 1950)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.55, no.15, Wichita, Kansas, January 19, 1950. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Mid-term grads to be honored -- Tunnel tests given publicity -- Four-day schedule is announced for semester's final exams -- O'Dell is replaced in coordinator job -- Candidates vie for 1950 title -- University group to offer comedy -- ISA book store in new location -- Simple and speedy...for $25...: Tuition fees may be grouped -- Ames, Miller to edit paper -- Parnassus proofs to receive check -- Night students get chance at two new psychology courses -- Round about the campus / Gerry Hunter -- Couples reveal engagements -- Club corner: University students will represent club at WRA convention -- Sorority rushees plan to register -- Pep club winners to be announced -- Faculty and student recitals presented -- Campus frats elect officers -- Audit time!: Campus treasurers required to submit books for inspection -- Seats to be held in reserve for tilt -- Airmen speak to students -- Outstanding violinist is symphony soloist -- Accounting class to go on tour -- Night school trend is up -- Landscape design will be offered -- Librarian to attend meeting in Chicago -- Second semester registration will be held February 1, 2, 3, in gym -- Schowengerdt, Schefferdecker spell headaches in directories -- Jobs!: Civil service work is open to students if they can qualify -- Veteran transfers urged to see VA -- 'Pops' and classics highlight concerts -- Radio!: Dr. Whan appointed to group studying FM development -- Frosh exam date changed to January 26 -- Bernard's etching exhibited in show -- Opportunity!: ROTC openings for qualified vets' says Colonel Beeler -- Kansas needs 13,000 elementary teachers -- Science head attends meet -- Hemphill, Robertson direct music clinic -- Dr. Read announces new computing room -- Alumni activity is wide-spread in many fields over 11 years / Beulah Mullen -- Tom Orr to be national speaker -- Annual back issues available to grads -- Former students are club officers -- Crawley killed in plane crash -- Titans edge Shockers 53-52 in one-period overtime game -- Men's Faculty Club wins over Phi Mu Alpha in upset, 28-24 -- Frosh to be feted at Alibi dance February 4 -- St. Louis Five beats Munies -- Women's basketball practice dates set -- Cagers to face top league foes -- Alpha Gam mothers meet for luncheon
Photograph(s): 1950 Parnassus Queen candidates: Joyce Lawrence, Pat Cuplin, Joan Myers, Pat Dirck, Maurine Ramsey, Georgia Hamman, and Polly Peckham. p. 1 -- Former student: Tom Orr. p. 5 -- William J. "Bill" Crawley. p. 5 -- Meet the faculty's cage squad: (Left to right) Ronald Byers, N. W. Edwards, E. Raymond Peterson, Bob Kirkpatrick, Francis Jabara, and Charles Newman. p. 7
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