The Sunflower, v.55, no.03 (October 6, 1949)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.55, no.3, Wichita, Kansas, October 6, 1949. - 12 pages

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Article(s): Males to vie for honor: Voters to pick ugliest man -- Campus Ugly Man application blank -- Cards missing after ballot -- Band leader in convocation -- Pep convo to give temporary walkout -- Beanie rules set by Read -- Seniors requested to check credits -- Journalists attend press convention -- Cast is picked for December opera: 'The Bartered Bride' will honor composer -- 1949 varsity will present opening movie: 'Man in Iron Mask' to be given Tuesday, AWS to get proceeds -- Band presents salute to Irish -- Rules for conduct at dances take on 'new look' since 1939 / Dan Nyberg and Rankin Griesinger -- Semecal is Phi Sig pledge class plexy -- Kappa Pi pledges installed Thursday -- 'Sigma Queens' will be theme of pledge dance at Broadview -- Round about the campus / Gerry Hunter -- Phi Mu Alpha holds smoker for pledges -- Parnassus deadline set for group -- Betty Coed dinner will reveal 'Sweetheart' of Alpha Gamma -- Cobrin [sic] speaks to fraternity alumni -- Club corner: Catholic club plans park weiner roast Wednesday evening -- Phi Pi gives radio to home -- Local ISA writes pamphlet on club -- Pi Kappa Psi to honor pledges with dance at the Broadview -- Professor W.A. Ver Wiebe hailed as genius in oil; His books regarded as educational monument / David Walk -- Board fails in vote control -- Music head speaks to Chanute schools -- Senior prexy-elect regrets light vote -- University known once as finishing school for women / Rankin Griesinger -- Crum to talk before C.P.A. -- Frats entertain at house parties -- William 'Bill' Bolden on trial for 16 years to secure job / Sam Davis -- UNESCO receives requests for pen-pals from foreign schools / Joe Ludiker -- Yale survey will poll colleges to determine drinking habits -- Army Reserve has openings -- W.U. Bookstore gets new equipment for better service -- Student directory sales begin October 14 -- Students teach!: Surveys show more interest in class in Syracuse trial -- Faculty can dine in Commons room -- Numbering system for GI insurance payments explained -- Wilner names first play cast -- Parnassus 'yearbook' has tale to support title given in 1902 -- Downing and Wilkie attend AAUW -- Fein to leave for Air Force -- Wichita host to educators -- Art students design cover -- Music clinic held for high schools -- Experienced speech and radio instructor finds cartooning and writing very exacting work / Bob Barber -- Library plans news exhibit -- Wushock identity remains secret -- Historical review runs Frazer story -- Frat sponsors campus boxes -- Shockers face conference foe: meet Bradley Eleven -- First pass was thrown in 1905 by Fairmount against Washburn -- School to be host to Kansas Jaycees -- Former high school athletes are freshman cage prospects -- Trimble lauds three for defense shown at Houston / Estel Smith -- Intramural play Tuesday -- Student manager duties are many and varied but as Jack of all trades gets little return -- Case of the Missing Bicuspids cracked by part-time sleuth -- Injuries darken Shocker future -- Frosh travel to Hutchinson -- Football broadcasts to be new feature of station KMUW -- Cougars down Wichita easily -- Houston grid film seen by students -- Stevens first college to have insurance for injured players -- Ab Bidwell says track to improve -- Women given soccer rules -- Four future foes drop gridiron tilts -- University host to guidance shop -- Religious Council to hold coffee meeting -- Editors to meet here this month -- Kemper given praise for shelf, booklet -- Shocker grid tilts to be broadcast
Photograph(s): Forum signs Texan: Homer P. Rainey. p. 1 -- Handsome males are out of luck: President Harry F. Corbin is shown signing the proclamation which sets Oct. 22 as Ugliest Man on the Campus Day. Witnesses to his signing are, left to right, Ed King, predisent of Alpha Phi Omega; Sgt. John Sawyer and Dr. MacDonald, faculty advisors of APO; and Dick Mullin, president of Student Council. p. 1 -- Three University grads honored: Three University grads have been awarded $1,000 fellowships by the Foundation for Industrial Research. The grads are, left to right, Louis B. Whitesell, bacteriology; Glenn R. Crocker, chemistry; and Richard E. Wallace, aeronautical engineering. p. 1 -- 'Coltish' is cowboy boots: Are trends in etiquette changing? This was the question raised by two Sunflower feature writers this week, when reading dance rules listed in 1939. Shown above is a group of University students dancing in typical dress of today, jeans, cowboy boots and even tennis shoes. p. 2 -- Children's Home receives gift...: The Wichita Children's Home has been given a radiophonograph combination set by Phi Pi chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon, University honorary music sorority. Left to right above are Sue Bowers, president of the sorority; Lynn Johnson and Nancy Kraus, both of the Children's Home; and Miss Harriette A. Wells, superintendent. p. 4 -- Known for knowledge: Walter A. Ver Wiebe. p. 5 -- Standout in Shocker line: Bob Gresock, Shocker guard. p. 9 -- Complete to Reynolds for 13 yards...: Hal (Sonny) Reynolds, Shocker quarterback, waits for a deep pass. Houston players are David Gregg (87) and Frank Roddy (83). p. 11