The Sunflower, v.56, no.27 (April 26, 1951)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.56, no.27, Wichita, Kansas, April 26, 1951. - 12 pages

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Article(s): Miller named cage mentor: Coach Trimble also submits his resignation -- Reed is chosen queen: Will reign over U of W events through May 11 -- Workshop to present opera evening; Cast to sing scenes from 'Carmen' -- College selects Beech winners -- Test questions Truman action -- ROTC passes U.S. inspection -- U of W grants salary increase -- Eight music students chosen to attend musical seminar -- Former student killed in plane -- Round about the campus / Dorothy Ludiker -- Scabbard and Blade to have annual dinner-dance Friday -- Barnes elected new APO prexy -- Paul Miner to take oral exam on Joyce -- ISA to have activity night -- Recital planned by dance group -- Kappa Pi will visit Kansas City galleries -- Club corner: M'Arthur issue to be discussed by Democrats -- University couples announce school musicians engagements, one wedding -- U of W ROTC men win honors -- What next? -- School musicians plan ball game -- Home Economics Club holds dinner today -- Senior Women's Honor Group to host sophomores at scholarship tea Sunday -- U of W band frat plans baseball, picnic -- Trimble's resignation -- Typed on a Wednesday / Al Alvarez -- Rosen to tour with caravan -- Engineers needed in oil field jobs -- Pep applications will be taken -- Educational society initiates 16 students -- 'Rah rah' era returns to campuses -- Clipped by a Barber / Bob Barber -- WRA elections result in tie -- Powell attends meet of advisory council -- Council starts clean-up plan -- 1,462 will leave high schools -- North will graduate 500; Corbin to address Planeview -- Corbin tells of education need -- School of Music offers variety / Nancy Rittenoure -- Rural seniors make plans -- East will hear Missourian; St. Mary's exercises May 27 -- 56 years produce scholarship and varied athletic program -- U of W grows for 25 years / Jack Campbell -- Speech, news facilities vary / Joe Ludiker -- U of W social life complete / Dorothy Ludiker -- Shocker sports year complete / Clifford Kraus -- Institute of Logopedics widens field of speech correction at University / Marvin Barnes -- U of W offers 3 art majors -- Dean Kenneth Razak heads business, industry divisions -- 'The Heiress' performances enjoyed by small audiences / Bob Barber -- Debaters keep national rank -- Miss Titus to give senior music recital -- Dinner planned for newsmen -- U of W offers fun, knowledge in summertime / Mary Fran Sullivan -- 2 commissions open to GIs -- Debaters guests of K-State frat -- Cowgill named officer of sociology group -- Cooke is appointed -- Lehman elected AWS president -- CUW plan to honor Haymaker at dinner -- Home Economics Club -- Meet entries due on May 7 -- Shocker golf team defeated by Okla. A&M -- Sports roundup / Clifford Kraus -- Softball league continues in tie -- Unaffiliates in front in bowling tourney -- Frosh thinclads lose 69 1/2-49 1/2 -- Several students, faculty members appear in community theatre's play -- KMUW airs 2 new series -- Student paper slams senator's "patriotic" views -- Iowa students exhibit art here -- Utah students state opinions of Korean War -- Student librarian begins duties here -- Tourers may enroll late for session -- Speech meeting scheduled here -- Tennis intramurals enter second round -- Kansas U. students view University art -- Need students in Logopedics -- Apply now for jobs in college bookstore -- Officers evaluate ROTC students
Photograph(s): Maryann Reed. p. 1 -- Ralph Miller (left), Ken Gunning (center), and Jim Trimble. p. 1 -- Present opera: The cast of "Johnny Skeeky" include (back) Fred Wolf, Bonnie Molz, Dr. Clare Hannun, and Jay Hershey; (front) Jim Billings, Betty McMullen, James Wainner, Joann Cartmill, and William Henderson. p. 4 -- Planeview High School. p. 5 -- North High School. p. 5 -- East High School. p. 5 -- St. Mary's High School. p. 5 -- Air view of the University of Wichita. p. 6 -- Sketch of dormitory planning for future students of the University of Wichita. p. 6 -- Photo of students in the Alibi Room. p. 7 -- KMUW offers radio experience: Students Morris Reichley, Abbie Troup, and Gene Torline rehearse their scripts. p. 6 -- Band director James Kerr exhibits half-time formation: Photo of University of Wichita concert band forming a heart. p. 7 -- Photo of students dancing at the New Moon Ballroom. p. 7 -- Photo of first-year students at the Night Shirt parade. p. 7 -- Shockers score again: Walt Corbin (23) exhibiting last year's football talent against Nevada. p. 7 -- Photo of woman standing in front of new Business Administration Building. p. 8 -- Psychology Seminar Room: Pictured in the room are Col. A.E. Howse, President Harry F. Corbin, and Dr. N.H. Pronko. p. 9 -- Norvall Neve. p. 10 -- Dean L. Hekhuis, John Rydhord, and Dr. C.C. McDonald. p. 12
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