The Sunflower, v.52, no.21 (March 6, 1947)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.52, no.21, Wichita, Kansas, March 6, 1947. - 12 pages

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Article(s): Tomorrow is first night of operettas -- Shocker court veterans will see action tonight -- Enrollment figures up -- Morris and Meloy are chosen winners of snapshot contest -- Brown to be speaker in auditorium -- Delegation is chosen to Tulsa conference -- Veterans' news / Dean Campbell -- Platter chatter / Eddie Sisk -- Random reviews / Dana Stevens -- Typed on a Wednesday / William Fein -- Grad gossip / Mickey McCoy -- Frat dance is scheduled -- Scout frat reorganized -- Roundabout the campus -- I.S.A. plans box supper -- Music frat is renamed -- Delta Omega plans dance -- Newman Club plans play and discussion -- Websters win wrestling title as cowpokes finish second in tournament -- Cagers beat Washington -- Three seniors play final college game against Creighton -- Middle-aged student bicycles 50 miles to college classes -- Intramural cage play ended with Hustlers on top of loop -- Student makes early housing reservation -- Henry grabs scoring lead -- Shocker sidelights / Lester Rosen -- Grid session opens here on Monday -- Coach calls golf session -- Date auction is success -- Robertson appointed bookstore manager to replace Wakefield -- KANS radio woman to speak at meeting -- Psychology club formed -- Physicist forecasts brief war in future -- New building sites chosen -- Meloy goes to Norway
Photograph(s): Shocker court veterans will see action tonight: Cy Sickles; Jim Nebergall; Keith Oliver; Bill Draut; Harold Beal. p. 1 -- Parnassus picture contest judges are shown above making final selections for the University yearbook. Judges are, from left, Robert Gottschalk, former technician with the Eastman Kodak Co., Paul Threlfall, chief photographer of the Wichita Beacon and vice president of region seven of the National Press Photographers Association, and Herschel Rorabaugh, Wichita Eagle photographer and president of the Kansas Press Photographers Association. / photo by Joe Goulart. p. 1 -- Shown here is Jerry Kelly explaining the [student art] exhibit in Morrison Hall to a group of interested students. p. 5 -- Bob Rutledge and Bob Northcutt mix it up in an early round of the intramural wrestling tourney. p. 6 -- John Mason Brown, above, will speak on the University Student Forum program Monday at 8:30 p.m. p. 8
Includes Collegiate Digest, Volume 12, Issue 9: Photograph(s): Ross McDonald, University of Tulsa, exhibits a rocket engine he designed and built. p. 9 -- Up and at it go Jack Thompson (in white) and Swegan during the Ohio Wesleyan-Wooster college basketball game. p. 9 -- Father B.H. Lange, holder of the title "Fourth Strongest Man in the World," holding a muscle-building session at Notre Dame University. p. 9 -- Pie-faced peds: Having the time of their lives participating in the Mankato State Teachers College pie-eating contest these students gained very little for their efforts other than messy hands and faces, stained tied and shirts and plenty of pumpkin pie. The winner, pie all gone, can be seen staring into the camera. p. 9 -- Tea time: These students of Alabama State College for Women, a portion of the 25 men admitted last September, got into the spirit of things and held a faculty tea. Coeds hid their male attire and they were forced to wear their feminine garb longer than planned. p. 9 -- A group of Georgia college students hang Gov. Herman Talmadge in effigy from the staue of famed Georgian Tom Watson in front of the state capitol in Atlanta. p. 10 -- Sam Beard has made his WPTF midnight record show, "Moon Glow," must listening at each of North Carolina's Big Four campuses. p. 10 -- Dr. Herman J. Muller, professor of zoology at Indiana University who won the 1946 Nobel Prize in medicine and physiology, shows the gold medal presented to him by the king of Sweden in recognition of this honor to President Herman B. Wells. p. 10 -- The four girls pictured here have decided upon a career of veterinary medicine at Alabama Polytechnic. They are, left to right, Nancy Lee Poehlmann of Warrenton, Va., Marie Hall of Wilmington, NC., Fay Muekel of Bradenton, Fla., and Arline Davis of Jacksonville, Florida. p. 10 -- A 'Streaming Stanley' on a 5,500-mile bike trip: Stanley Arlton, Augustana College, Sioux Falls, SD, made a roundabout trip (see map above) from his home in Tacoma, covering 5,500 miles and visiting 22 states plus 2 Canadian provinces. At left he is shown hitting the hay in the bedroll used on the entire trip, and below he stands by his three-geared, pack-equipped bike as he completed his journey in Sioux Falls. p. 11 -- Life with father: A regular on the Penn State basketball team is Jimmy Lawther, son of John Lawther, the Penn coach. Here he is shown with his father; Leo Houck, Jr. joined the University of Miami boxing team to make another father-son combination represented at Penn. Leo senior is coach of Penn fighters. p. 11 -- Horse sense vs. man power: When coeds at Bates College, Lewiston, Me., want to go skiing, they do it the easy way by hitching Old Dobbin to the sleigh. p. 12 --Pictured at the annual Paul Bunyan Ball at Michigan State College are (left to right) Carter Qual and Warren Simons, basking in the reflected glory of Harvey "Hoot" Gibson, winner of the best dressed title, and his unidentified date. p. 12 -- Transylvania College's first foreign exchange student, Bodil Borgersen of Norway, was greeted by members of they student body when she arrived on the Lexington, Ky., campus. p. 12 -- When the University of Minnesota celebrated its fifth annual Snow Week, these Kappa Sigs found it hard going pulling their queen, Nancy Lund. p. 12 -- Here Janet Lou Ormsby does a skeleton sketch of Oscar the Skeleton in the biology department of Marietta College. p. 12
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