The Sunflower, v.53, no.17 (January 15, 1948)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.53, no.17, Wichita, Kansas, January 15, 1948. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Concert is at 8:15 p.m. in auditorium -- W.U. teams plan debate -- Six women are nominated for Parnassus Queen -- Rosen re-named staff chief; five other vacancies filled -- Mrs. F. D. R. cancels W.U. Forum lecture; says she's too busy -- Here!: R.O.T.C. instructor has enviable record as a paratrooper -- Coach eyes several for grid posts -- Army starts new class -- Sunflower to seek Kansas association press membership -- Eight campus organizations name next semester heads -- Denver airs W.U. script -- Sorority rushees sign up Jan. 27-29 -- Dean Sipple attends teacher convention -- Hilder Shaw honored by local chapters of music fraternity -- Kansas Indian relics exhibited in Library -- Rush rules listed by men's Pan Hell; rushing ends Jan. 31 -- Roundabout the campus -- I.R.C. to meet again in I.S.A. brig Feb. 5 -- You can't win! -- Happy birthday -- New at the Library -- Seven countries, 40 states are homes of 3,032 students -- Psychology, public speaking rated best by businessmen -- Noel Coward's comedy hit 'Blithe Spirit' to open season -- WU forced by finals to cancel schedule, says Don Williams -- Corrine Nuchols starts drive to aid handicapped grad -- Shockers play sixth home tilt Saturday -- Cage squad seeks first Valley win -- Cage frosh meets Tulsa -- Raisin Bowl battle highlights semester -- Cage squad loses twice -- Jim Trimble attends the thirteenth annual coaches' convention -- Hustler is high scorer -- Tumblers perform at Creighton game during half-time -- Intramural wrestling to begin Feb. 10 -- Jim Trimble named new grid mentor -- Air cadets are needed -- New frosh are invited
Photograph(s): Six women are nominated for Parnassus Queen: Frances Asher; June Cale; Lois Cunningham; Peggy Dull; Mildred Schaaf; Maryann Reed. p. 1 -- Two Shocker cage stars slated to see action Saturday night in the Forum are Joe Krafels and Walt Knocke. p. 6