The Sunflower, v.52, no.27 (April 24, 1947)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.52, no.27, Wichita, Kansas, April 24, 1947. - 24 pages.
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Article(s): Play begins tonight for three nights -- Board of Regents is active during absence of Dr. Jardine -- President back to desk; work on budget begins -- Bruce wins annual May Queen honor -- Dr. Jardine versatile leader in 40 years of public service / Bill Mendell -- Sunflower publishes biggest issue in history today -- College presidency is 'hazardous profession' -- Captain goes to Virginia -- Celebration set for May -- Aeronautics club opens -- Alumni plan May banquet -- Ashton will speak at University of Kansas -- Chips officers make tradition book plans -- Style show to be given -- Fine arts presents senior organ recital -- Women plan constitution -- Roundabout the campus -- Websters boast first social group on Fairmount campus -- Pi Alpha Pi is oldest Greek organization on W.U. campus -- Founding of Pi Kappas in 1922 preserves campus democracy -- Faculty committee to aid program of foundation director -- Work of scientist is no bed of roses, Simmonds learns -- Wichmann leaves; Shumway is named -- Easter art plate on display in Commons -- Additional copies of 'Wings over Kansas' are available now -- Advertising men to talk -- Biographies of eight honor men display active college life -- Math teachers hold meeting on campus -- Wartime treatment of Nisei brings disapproval by Myer -- L.S.U. plans to add four new projects -- Iowa U. overhauls educational policies to benefit students -- Journalism banquet will be held May 21 -- W.U. research body is aid to business -- Aeronautical Institute reorganizes Friday -- Nearly 2,000,000 students jam nation's 668 universities -- Subversive activity denied at Wayne U. -- A friend returns -- Random reviews / Dana Stevens -- Grad gossip / Mickey McCoy -- University becomes of age; school has colorful history / Lester Rosen -- Platter chatter / Eddie Sisk -- Serious trend of fraternities revealed in nationwide poll -- Campus informality amazes student from East Africa / William Fein -- Paul Walker named to football staff -- Bill Hodge joins Eagle sports staff -- Conferences agree to improve sports upon NCAA code -- Photographic aids of W.U. press box praised by Threlfall -- Two games added to football schedule -- I.S.A. leads intramurals -- Man behind athletic scenes vital to University program / Hal Smith -- Golf and tennis men journey to K-State -- Tracksters enter Drake relay Friday -- Golfers are undefeated -- High school girls are W.R.A. guests -- Shocker sidelights / Dean Campbell -- New sergeant added to air ROTC here -- Sinfonietta recital set -- Plan interview of Naval V-6 prospects on campus on May 6-8 -- Club hears model report -- Voice group gives 'Elijah' -- Wilner and Spangler combine to make top production team -- Plans made for summer -- Governor praises Dr. Jardine as one of nation's leaders -- Dr. Taylor prepares unique word section for new dictionary
Photograph(s): Charlana Taylor; Ed Sisk. p. 1 -- R. V. Christian. p. 1 -- Dr. W. M. Jardine, president of the University who returned to the campus last Monday after an absence of nine months, forced by illness is being welcomed back by Keith Fisher, vice president of the Student Council who is pictured at left. p. 1 -- Dorothy Bruce, Pi Kappa Psi and University senior elected May Queen last Friday, has selected Bill Draut, Men of Webster and University senior, as chancellor for May Day activities. The two are pictured above. p. 2 -- Resuming an annual social event, ROTC sponsored its first military ball since 1942 at the Broadview Hotel Friday night. Eileen Cerney, pictured left, marched under an arch of sabers to the stage for presentation to the group. Pictured right is Captain Samuel McAdams, professor of military science and tactics, as he made the presentation. Lower center shows guests Dr. and Mrs. Worth A. Fletcher, Lt. Col. and Mrs. Miller, Honorary Colonel Cerney, Cadet Captain Bud Anderson and Capt. and Mrs. Samuel McAdams. Top picture center shows "Colonel" Cerney and Escort Bud Anderson. p. 3 -- University women pictured above are planning the constitution for campus All Women Student organization. They are, left to right, Leona Sowards, Dorothy Hodgson, Mary Lou Hobson, Lily Higginson, Twila Stoss, Bethenis Jones and Anita Faye Lallement. p. 4 -- Charles S. Ritchie, above, became a member of the Board of Regents following his installation as mayor last week. He replaced Frank Coleman, who has been mayor for the past year. p. 5 -- Two World War II veterans seek the answer to a chemistry question at North Texas Agriculture College, Arlington. Gerald B. Smith, standing, is 44 years old and the man holding the text is 19-year-old Robert Cummings. p. 9 -- Dr. W. M. Jardine. p. 11 -- General chairman of the annual spring reunion banquet which will be held on May 31 at 6:30 p.m. in the gyms on the University campus is Mary Jean Shaft Kinsey '40 who is pictured above. p. 12 -- Roy W. Elliott. p. 12 -- Big game hunting is one of the extra-curricular activities engaged in by Robin Stuart, University student who hails from Kenya Colony, East Africa. His father, grandfather, and grandmother are pictured above with several unidentified members of their hunting party and the results of their expedition into the big game territory of the Kenya Colony. p. 15 -- Les Needham, trainer, is shown above rubbing down a trackman prior to a recent meet. p. 17 -- The University of Wichita's unbeaten 1947 golf team is pictured above. (From left) Dale Fair, Tommy Truffelli, Mel Binford, coach, Al Littleton and Tommy Hanson. p. 18 -- Roy Shuessler. p. 19 -- Planning sets to be used in the production, "Petticoat Fever," are Prof. George D. Wilner, left, director of the play, and Eugene Spangler, in charge of sets. p. 20 -- Dean Leslie B. Sipple. p. 20 -- Gov. Frank Carlson. p. 20
Includes Collegiate Digest, volume and issue unknown: Photograph(s): North Texas State College gridders: Snow, sleet, hail and rain hampered spring training for the conference champs and sent Joe Abbey, Dick Nutt and Zeke Martin to the bench. p. 21 -- Duke University selected Laura Schwartz two months early in order to meet the photo deadline for the All-American Chanticleer yearbook. Robert M. Cox, assistant to the dean, is shown handing her a queenly bouquet. p. 21 -- On the Mills College campus, seniors apply the traditional "campus blue" in a surprise attack. Hard at work painting a fountain are Joan Gates, Ruth Erb, Jane Rocicot and Carol Jean Hammon. p. 21 -- A bullseye throw drops a bucket of water on Barry Lazarus during Kent (Ohio) State University's annual penny carnival. Al Greenberg is all ready to "fill 'er up." p. 21 -- Turning the camera on collegiate cattle: Butting into Bucknell (N.J.) University's spring sports is Bucky, the college's baby bison mascot, shown with his trainer, Will Watkinson. p. 22 -- Dispensing with the middleman is cow-milking champion Dean Howard C. Rather of Michigan (East Lansing) State College, showing his factory to consumer method that made him winner in a contest conducted among six M.S.C. deans. p. 22 -- A calf begs queen Catherine Durant, San Diego State College, for a drink at California Polytechnic's (San Luis Obispo) annual county fair which includes exhibits, contests and a rodeo. Because the student body of C.P.C. is all male, the students borrow a queen. p. 22 -- Lena Lou Waits, East Texas State Teachers College, uses her horseback riding skill to round up calves and lambs on the range. p. 22 -- Championship milking form: Florine Lee, champion in the South Dakota State College annual cow milking contest, shows Doris Walter how it's done. p. 22 -- Returning from a prolonged after-dinner conversation, John [Arblaster] of Washington and Jefferson College, Washington, Pa., discovered that his fraternity brothers had carried his newly purchased Crosley into the living room. After they promised to take it outside, he snapped their picture. p. 22 -- Beginning beard battle: More than 550 beards were entered in the Frontier Fiesta beard growing contest at the University of Houston. Since valuable prizes, including automobiles and electric refrigerators, were given the winners by Houston merchants, coeds felt it necessary to shave contestants so all would have an even start. In the foreground Peggy Ellis applies lather to John Moore's face before wielding the razor. p. 23 -- Ending...Bengal bout: The beginning of the end was registered in this picture taken during the annual Bengal boxing tournament at the University of Notre Dame. The unidentified winner was eliminated in the next round. p. 23 -- A "How-Do-You-Do-It?" assignment in speech class at the Pennsylvania State College prompted Louis W. Clark of Dormont, Pa., to bring his seven-month-old son, Warren, to the classroom and demonstrate the do's and dont's of diaper changing. p. 23 -- Celebrating her 35th year as dining hall superintendent on the Arizona State College campus, "Mother" Margaret Hanley keeps pace with students even by flying. She is pictured standing on an airstair of an Arizona Airways plane. p. 24 -- Pup popularity brought increased revenue for the American Red Cross when students at Occidental College, Los Angeles, Calif., elected their favorite dog. Here four candidates, Laddie, Chocolate, Susie and Squats, pose for a campaign picture. p. 24 -- Caves that once provided a hideout for Jesse James are now used by students at St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn., for steak fries. p. 24 -- Above, students paraded and the faculty rejoiced when Idaho State College became a four-year school and was separated from the state university. Below, for three days, during Coed Date Weekend, girls did the honors at Indiana State College including paying all bills, holding coats and driving. p. 24 -- A couple of Annie Oakleys: Since Col. Leo G. Clarke and Jean B. Sones; at Knox College, Jane Bagely takes a bead while Claudia Ludwick and instructor Downing of the college ROTC department look on. p. 24
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The Sunflower
v.52 no.27
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