The Sunflower, v.52, no.16 (January 30, 1947)

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1947-01-30
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.52, no.16, Wichita, Kansas, January 30, 1947. - 10 pages

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Article(s): Classes get underway tomorrow -- Eager beavers -- Butcher is new queen -- Results of new registration plan will be known today / Lester Rosen -- Arnall, Fresh from bitter Georgia political fight, speaks here Wednesday -- TWA official joins staff -- Watson and Reck added to University faculty -- Wind tunnel is moved -- Captain Boyd, 1935 graduate, in Japan -- Veterans' news -- Hellrich in song recital -- School will conduct research to solve problems of state -- Roundabout the campus -- Tickets ready for annual HYM dance -- Teams speed league play -- Team play two games in St. Louis -- Matmen meet Edmond men -- Gibson begins role of assistant coach against champs
Beverly Butcher. p. 1 -- University president Dr. W.M. Jardine and Mrs. Jardine expects to regain completely in Hawaii the health lost during the critical illness in Boulder Colo., last summer. He and Mrs. Jardine, pictured above, arrived in Honolulu early this month for a visit with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William N. Jardine. p. 1 -- Charles Weidman. p. 1 -- Reported recovering satisfactorily from recent spinal surgery for a recurrent back ailment is head basketball coach, Mel Binford, pictured above. p. 4
Includes Collegiate Digest, Volume 12, Number 6: Photograph(s): Gettysburg (Pa.) college students manned hoses to help firemen fight the $100,000 fire that swept through the Student Christian Association building. p. 7 -- Students of the University of Texas College of Mines and Metallurgy rush back and forth on Mt. Franklin repainting the huge white "M." p. 7 -- Essentials for living: Food-- veteran students at Alabama Polytechnic Institute opened a cooperative grocery store on campus; Clothing--five American Veterans Committee members are shown packing clothes for shipment to the American Friends Service Committee; Shelter--these veterans and 40 others were served breakfast in bed by Prof. John E. Sandt, Marietta (Ohio) College. p. 7 -- Bombs away: When campus authorities ruled that students would be suspended if discovered on another campus "arousing school spirit," members of the Lehigh University flying club took a page out of modern warfare and four planes bombed Lafayette College with leaflets. p. 7
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