The Sunflower, v.54, no.26 (March 31, 1949)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.54, no.26, Wichita, Kansas, March 31, 1949. - 12 pages.

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Article(s): May Queen will receive top honors -- Grant goes to Siamese -- 4,000 here for festival; ROTC, engineers show off: Departments plan active weekend -- Council hears election views for third consecutive time -- House given higher rank -- Parnassus reprints may be purchased -- 'Spring Silhouette' is theme of ISA dance in Alibi Room -- Men's ISA will hold student stag supper -- University instructors to initiate new ideas for adult education -- Taggart to attend annual conference -- Round about the campus -- Dance ticket sale will begin Monday -- Newman Book Club host to Dr. Davis -- Club holds annual meet -- Pan-Hellenic to hold dance for active frat members -- University debaters to Texas tourney -- Red Cross officials to hold open house in new headquarters -- Staples to teach in Colorado school -- Club corner: Women students to elect officers on queen ballot -- SCA elects Miss Galatas -- Trip to salt mines planned by students of Accounting Club -- Gift is lost!: Gym matron loses graduation watch on school campus -- Summer schedule out tomorrow -- Pledges to do skit for sorority meet -- Nancy Depew enrolls at Northwestern U. -- Special days, weeks, months number 281 for this year -- Gunning is speaker at Anthony Kiwanis -- Reporter interviews 'Ma and Pa Kettle' cast as stars make one-day personal appearance / Mike Miller -- Vox discipuli: 'Petition to receive full consideraton of board' / Dick Mullen -- Symphony concerts reduced next year -- 'Ultra-modern' psychology isn't sure there is anything / Mary Grice -- Last play of winter season will feature new actors -- Appetizer: Music with dinner now being served in Alibi by KMUW -- UAPRE invitation refused by Whan -- ROTC rifle team defeats local club -- Miller to be in concert -- Uncle Sammy's gratitude fluffed off by many vets -- Delusion!: Psychologist says pyramid clubs are 'psycho-neurosis' -- Milbourn invited as ACPRA chairman -- Networks may carry school proms now -- All seniors to pay fee -- Banks finance fans to expand field house -- Engineering position open in civil service commission -- Field house finance passed by legislature -- Note to profs: Instructor tests literature class with word puzzle -- Easter convocation to be held Apr. 14 -- Instructors to speak at science academy -- Many varied part time jobs are available for students -- Top winners awarded in national contest -- Warning!: VA must approve outside training veterans receive -- Students rate professors at University of Michigan -- Officers!: State Department takes applicants for foreign duty -- Spring sports take the campus spotlight: Intramurals start soon -- Old stone football trophy, once fought over, is gone -- Athlete is dropped for parking errors -- Committee studies personal foul rule -- Baseball squad prepares for first game: 32 diamond hopefuls finish first week of workouts -- Track team looks good -- Shocker athletes may set records in spring sports / Jack Campbell -- Littleton keeps top post on golf squad: Golf coach names team -- Huh?: Does Wichita have claim to site for grid hall of fame? -- Press selects Rex McMurray to All-Missouri Valley team -- NCAA baseball championship to be determined in Wichita -- ISA women cagers cop basketball title -- Rain delays ball workout -- Team wins first place -- Thompson is top scorer in national archery meet -- Band plans April event -- Olympic resolution now before Truman -- Courses acceptable on education major -- Spring wind and rain cut practice time and annoy coach -- Music group in recital -- Arizona grid staff mostly youngsters -- Students to elect new pep leaders in May Day event -- Instructors named to school faculty -- Campus is featured in foreign paper
Photograph(s): May Queen candidates announced today are, from left, Blye Hinshaw, Alpha Tau; Jackie Swallow, I.SA.; and Iris Gardner, Sorosis. p. 1 -- Checking high schools which will participate in the Music Festival Friday and Saturday are, left to right, Luella Warnock, Walter Duerksen, and Bonnie Paisley. p. 1 -- Hollywood stars who appeared at the Miller Theatre Saturday are greeted at Union Station by Mayor Robert Israel. Pictured left to right are Meg Randall, Percy Kilbride, Israel, and Marjorie Main. p. 4 -- Quincy Utter, winds up with Coach Ken Gunning looking on. p. 9 -- Pictured at Sims Park golf course are, left to right, Jack Douglass, Joe Minjares, and Al Littleton, the top three men on the Shocker golf squad. p. 10