The Sunflower, v.53, no.02 (September 18, 1947)

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1947-09-18
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Article(s): Two parties square off for election -- Students parade Friday; Grid opener is Saturday -- Your faith!: Counciling [sic] program begins for benefit of religious groups -- Late enrollees have physical exams on Wednesday morning -- Team ready for battle with mules -- Gow speaks to I.R. club -- Typed on a Wednesday / William Fein -- Attention!: Colonel Beeler now heads military unit with new program -- The golden year -- Atom physics class introduced to held student engineers -- Plans are made for big musical season -- Drama plans announced -- Opera tryouts begin Monday in Commons -- Thirty-two University couples take summer marriage vows -- Pan Hellenic groups seek Monday meets of I.S.A. and Greeks -- Red Cross nursing course is offered -- Pi Kappa Psi plans dinner -- Eight appointed for Newman Club board -- Roundabout the campus -- Logopedics Institute receives recorders -- Band elects new staff -- Graduate student now seeks masters degree -- Record number of rushees pledged by four fraternities -- Translation bureau is now translating thirteen languages -- Club corner / Betty -- Football squad grows to 67 men -- Two local stations carry first game -- Hazlett will be star, but won't be on field / Dean Campbell -- Twenty-seven men come out for first Shocker cage drill -- Shocker sidelights / Al Littleton -- Frosh open tomorrow -- I.S.A. is continuing to sell used books -- Missouri Mules raring to upset Shockers -- Two cage manager posts to be filled -- Pep rally set for Wednesday -- Intramural board meets with Bidwell today -- Veterans' news / C. O. Taylor
Photograph(s): [Jean] "Wheaties" Cline: Leads women in parade. p. 1 -- [T. J.] "Whock" Curry: Men's parade marshal. p. 1 -- Coalitions vie for campus posts: Campus Coalition candidates include: first row seated from left, Bob Meilert, junior presidential candidate; Dick Haughton, freshman presidential candidate; Bill Mosbacher, sophomore presidential candidate; and Dan Dwyer, senior presidential candidate. Second row, left, Ru Beuke, proportional Council candidate; Beverly Coldsnow, junior Council candidate; Jeanne Courtney, proportional Council candidate; and Gloria Lembe Bailey, senior Council candidate. Back row, left, Elbie McNeil, proportional Council candidate; Bert Davies, proportional Council candidate; Dave Enoch, senior Council candidate; and Burton Randle, sophomore Council candidate. p. 1 -- Campus Coalition candidates include: seated from left, Dorothy Neises, proportional Council candidate; Betty Brock, senior treasurer candidate; Vinita Hood, proportional Council candidate; Pat Rutherford, proportional Council representative; Jo Miller, proportional Council candidate; and Pat Taylor, sophomore Council candidate. Standing back row, Art Hodges, proportional Council candidate; Lester Rosen, junior presidential candidate; Bill Jones, sophomore presidential candidate; Maurice Starr, senior Council representative; and Kenneth Hedrick, proportional Council representative. p. 1 -- Varsity Sue and Sam, typical freshman man and woman, were selected at the first all-school varsity last Saturday under the auspices of the Young Women's Christian Association on campus. Joan Bauml, Pi Kappa Psi pledge, and Harry Crow, Phi Upsilon Sigma pledge, pictured above, were awarded the coveted title as a resut of an applause vote. p. 3 -- Linwood Sexton, a former Wichita East high school star who is playing his last season with the Shockers, is pictured above. p. 7
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.53, no.2, Wichita, Kansas, September 18, 1947. - 8 pages
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