The Sunflower, v.54, no.17 (January 27, 1949)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.54, no.17, Wichita, Kansas, January 27, 1949. - 6 pages

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Article(s): Gott fills vacant post on Council -- Annual queen is selected -- Dr. Jardine resigns; Board seeks successor: Candidates for top post being studied -- 1949 annual is dedicated to Jardine -- Registration is underway -- President Jardine honored by Kansas editorial writers -- Regret expressed in resignation -- Round about the campus / Earlene Moore -- Rough!: Hell Week begins as frats' pledges man their brooms -- Club to discuss plans for Pulse magazine -- Economist's meeting to feature books -- Band receives supply of new selections -- Haughton plans new concert after initial Wichita success -- Movie to be shown at Marine meet -- Shockers to play Phillips 66 in polio benefit program -- Shockers lose two games on unsuccessful road trip -- Three clubs undefeated -- Well done! -- Married?: Notre Dame wants pre-war marriages, taxes and loans -- Roving reporter interviews haters of entrance exams -- Vox discipuli: Former students regret resignation of Pres. Jardine / Don Enoch, Beulah Mullen -- State meet next week -- Canterbury meeting to feature movies -- Dr. Stratton Brooks dies in Kansas City -- Noted poet at East High -- Bureau of Labor Statistics advises future sales clerks -- School foundation offers fellowships -- New Fountain Room to open next month -- Wichita meet nation's best
Photograph(s): Vincett Gott. p. 1 -- Dr. W. M. Jardine. p. 1 -- Parnassus Queen candidates were, from left to right, Deloris Brown, Marietta Huff, Georgann House, Roberta Toevs, Marjory Van Camp, Norma Haley, and Beverly Taylor. Georgann flashed the winning smile. p. 1