The Sunflower, v.56, no.25 (April 12, 1951)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.56, no.25, Wichita, Kansas, April 12, 1951. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Albert Jacobs will speak at commencement -- Summer session bulletin ready -- May Day date to be May 11 -- Wind tunnel used to test shingles -- Hawaii, U of W vie in debate -- Blood donations total 130 pints -- ROTC divisions to be checked by 4 officers -- Band schedules Monday concert -- Queen election held April 20 -- Christian quits Regent position -- 246 students receive places on dean's list -- G. Gow joins radio committee -- Round about the campus / Dorothy Ludiker -- U of W raises students' pay -- R.O. Byers recalled to active AF duty -- Ouch!: Tight corsets squeeze waists in "The Heiress" / Ann Earp -- Dinner planned by Spanish Club -- Phi Sigs honor Sweater Girl -- Club corner: Home Ec Club elects officers at noon today -- University couples announce 2 weddings, 2 engagements -- Station KMUW needs engineers -- Wheaties hold sports dance -- Students passive and conformists, says educator -- A personal representative -- Oscar Levant, pianist and raconteur, is dominated by maids, black coffee / Pat Ezell -- Psychology students to make field trip -- Humor: Strictly stolen -- Students, teachers recording on KANS -- 3 teachers to go to engineering meet -- Travel films to be shown -- Warfel lists Taylor's books -- Council meetings open to students -- Campus greenhouse has unusual and varied plants -- Council to elect pep coordinator -- Tower claims third victim -- Red Cross cites need for blood -- Letters given cheerleaders -- Hobson, Rymph, Keller to Chicago -- Investment manuals available in Library -- 11 new members on Forum Board -- University conducts anti-flunk campaign -- New route: Dog is 'drop-out' -- Cowgill attends sociology meet -- Shocker varsity squad deals alumni team 26 to 3 loss -- First tennis matches played -- Pershing Rifles to attend meet -- Shockers dump Moundbuilders -- Pi Kaps win '51 cage title -- Sports roundup / Clifford Kraus -- Hammond's article appears in magazine -- Websters win bowling title -- Bruin staff resign, council prints paper -- Mathematics teachers to hear C.B. Read -- Cowgill speaks -- Golfers to open play tomorrow -- NAIL, Logopedics auxiliary to further Institute's aims -- Students to honor Dr. Clinton McDonald -- Faculty members speak at Hutch -- American Civilization class receives grant -- ROTC armory is redecorated in pastel colors -- Place Oberlitner on KCG group -- Seven to take English test -- Harder to go to conference -- Engineers hold meet, discuss employment
Photograph(s): Albert C. Jacobs. p. 1 -- Suffering for art's sake: Ouch! It's too tight, squeals Abbie Troup (left) and Martha Reaugh as they attempt to squeeze into their costumes for dress rehearsal of "The Heiress." p. 1 -- George Gow. p. 1 -- Sweater Girl: Phi Sig Sweater Girl for 1951 is Maurine Ramsey, pictured with Eileen Anderson, 1948; Shirley Geist, 1949; Miss Ramsey, Betty Colliatie, and Bob Harrison, president presents the flowers. p. 2 -- Junior Red Cross show: East High students Bill DeVore, Sharlotte Murphy, Cathy Barton, Dwane Jewell, rehearse with Bobbie Campbell on KMUW. p. 3 -- Oscar Levant. p. 4 -- [Student] Forum officers installed: Newly installed Student Forum Board officers are shown above at a recent meeting. They are, left to right, Abbie Troup, Andy Larson, president; Bea Bowman, and Maurine Ramsey. p. 4 -- James Kerr. p. 4 -- Final spring session: Dave Bowersock, halfback, outruns a lone Alumni defender to score the Varsity's second touchdown in the third period in the Alumni Valley tilt in Veteran's Field last Sunday afternoon. p. 6