The Sunflower, v.53, no.20 (February 19, 1948)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.53, no.20, Wichita, Kansas, February 19, 1948. - 12 pages

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Article(s): Group plans relationship roundtable -- Debaters go into action -- 'Cymbeline' cast headed by Stearns -- Kapell, former child prodigy, will appear with symphony -- Sociology students take on re-districting job for city / Robert Hobson -- Rice elected permanent council head -- Students on air tonight -- Choir here for concert -- Art frat has dinner to initiate thirteen as Kappa Pi actives -- Morrison features Indian art display -- Five couples take plunge; bravely walk 'last mile' -- Dames meet today; magpie art is topic -- Cake and coffee diet detrimental to health of university women -- University Players elect new officers -- Roundabout the campus -- A.W.S. plans unique party -- Twenty-seven women initiated by Sorosis, Pi Kappa Psi Sunday -- HYM dance goes over with men as women 'foot the bill' -- Bradley and Detroit accepted into Valley -- Reactivated!: Home Economics will initiate women at meeting Sunday -- Translation bureau adds new languages; Serbian is included -- Choir sings in Tulsa for state teachers -- Pre-meds advised to pick alternate job, just in case / Associated Collegiate Press -- Club hears I.B.M. talk -- Gaddis wants men workers -- Threlfall is guest at Colophon dinner -- Harbison announces Speech Club contest -- Salary hike listed here -- Shutter bugs plan meet for equipment talk on Wednesday -- Bartolini attends Library convention -- Views on 'passing of Gandhi' told by dean and student -- Bottinger will speak to Accounting Club -- Scribes' fraternity elects new officers -- Pottery displayed by Kappa Pi frat -- Typed on a Wednesday / John Dyer -- Coincidence!: National scout frat initiation of officers held on birthday -- New at the Library -- Tough!: Four Naval trainees enter regular Navy at end of semester -- Students favor abolishment of present school excuses -- Trade!: W.U. is considering scholarship swap for foreign students -- Rutgers University encourages speech proficiency program -- All men are brothers -- Orchids!: Writer compliments UNESCO aid to Munich students -- Union facts are sought -- Artists have dinner for pledge initiation -- Better high school teachers necessary in science and math -- Frat issued new rules -- Club will serve breakfast after Lent services -- Cadets get promotions -- St. Joseph's College defeats the ROTC in close rifle match -- Pan Hellenic council lists six new rules -- Colossal!: Shakespeare's play 'Cymbeline' will be given on campus -- Shocker sketches -- Cagers drop two games -- McMurray draws acclaim for rebounding, clean play -- Sexton is honored by recent selection to mid-All-American -- Conference leaders here on Saturday: Shockers hope to avoid cellar by pulling upset over highly-favored A&M -- Undefeated teams clash -- Track team opens drills -- Wichita frosh rally to win tight game over Emporia Bees -- Webster A, Hustlers leading intramural basketball league -- Vaughn tops scoring list -- Webster grapplers retain championship: Frat places five firsts to cop title -- Coach lists 46 nominees -- Webster trio paces intramural scoring; Henry is high man -- Seven grid contests are scheduled; four in Veterans Field -- Parnassus delay predicted as groups fail to cooperate -- Dr. Hammond speaks to K.U. Women's Club
Photograph(s): Judge Ross McCormick. p. 1 -- Permanent UNESCO officers elected recently include from left, first row, Bill Williams, vice chairman; Shirley Galatas, collections chairman; Howard Lydick, secretary; Beth Jones, packing; Bill Fein, public relations. Second row, left, George Meloy, treasurer; Jean Tritz, student exchange; George Denninghoff, membership; Martin Rice, chairman; and Herbert James, program. p. 1 -- William Kapell. p. 1 -- "Haul Your Man" dance festivities were highlighted by the crowning of "Bill of the Ball", best corsage award, and naming of the 10 outstanding senior men. In the top, left, photo, Phyliss Barton crowns Elbie McNeil "Bill of the Ball"; at right, Marjean Spencer presents Virgil Thurlow a prize for his best corsage as the designer, Persis Bonjour looks on. In the lower photo are eight of the 10 outstanding campus personalities. They are from left, Bud Phillips, "Mr. Cassanove"; George Meloy, "Mr. Organizer"; Bert Davies, "Mr. College-Humor"; Maurice Starr, "Mr. Brunette"; Elbie McNeil, "Bill of the Ball"; Dick Elving, "Mr. Executive"; Lester Rosen, "Mr. Editor"; Ralph Brack, "Mr. Personality"; Tom Curry, "Mr. Collegiate". Not pictured are Fred Robinson, "Mr. Blonde"; and Linwood Sexton, "Mr. Athlete". p. 3 -- Maj. Oscar Aderholdt. p. 8 -- Rex McMurray. p. 9 -- Winners in intramural wrestling tournament, which was completed Tuesday, are pictured above. From left to right: Howard Overstake, Gammy; Kenny Hedrick, Webster; Dale Tull, Webster; Wendell Rice, Webster; Ronnie Rice, Phi Sig; Jack Stanger, Cowpokes; and Horace Toevs, Webster. Jim Trimble, extreme right, refereed the contests. Warren Ashmore, Webster, is not shown. p. 11