The Sunflower, v.53, no.07 (October 23, 1947)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.53, no.7, Wichita, Kansas, October 23, 1947. - 18 pages

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Article(s): 'Papa is All' opens W.U. play season -- High schools meet here -- Homecoming honors 1000: Week-end [sic] is jam-packed with activities; Rally, parade, dance on agenda -- Homecoming recalls to mind 'good old days' of yesteryear -- New record set by Sunflower today -- Dr. Hekhuis explains purpose of University religious counseling -- Enrollment record set -- A.W.S. presents gift to Cline; Committees report plans -- Dr. Whan appears at K.U. speech clinic -- Directory work begins -- First Y.W. meeting is Halloween party -- Alumni plan Tulsa dinner before 'game of the year' on Nov. 1 -- 'Greeks' add new pledges -- Dance will be given by Republican club -- Organizations plan welcome to honor former Shockers -- Roundabout the campus -- Upperclass women assist new students -- Alumni give breakfast -- Recreation students honor faculty group with square dance -- Club corner / Betty -- Visiting cast gives play -- 'Helping hand' is extended students by guidance center / Dean Campbell -- Wall assists police class -- Engineers will join American association -- Lest we forget -- Paper or fire? -- Vox discipuli: From the reader / Robert R. Kenney -- Veterans' news / C. O. Taylor -- Typed on a Wednesday / William Fein -- On another campus -- 'Down on the farm' pageant is band feature on Saturday -- Old papers reveal Wichita was called 'Athens of the West' -- Night division adds twelve week course -- Editors off to confab -- Lost-found division in Commons Lounge--many articles there -- Face problems!: Alumni interest needed in present times - Jardine -- First U.S. publicity school is started at Boston College -- Music series opens here -- Young Demos elect temporary officers at first meeting--Wall -- Professional Quintet starts second season with new members -- Celebrations are delayed -- Shockers in three-way tie for first: Texans lose close game to Shockers -- Campus varsity men reorganize 'W' club -- Egy to resume work after month absence -- Gridsters face tough half of year: Policy group adds Corbin -- Vaccinees will report to W.U. health office -- First pass, night game in U.S. played by 1905 Fairmount team -- Roll 'em!: Movies of Binford's cagers are planned; Practices held daily -- Shocker sidelights / Al Littleton -- Quintet will appear at Albion City, Nebr. -- Wichita players favored to defeat weak Arizona in fifth home game tilt -- Dr. Branch's father is 'about the same' -- USNR holds open house -- KAKE spotlight guest is alumni president -- Recorders obtained for speech students and radio station WU -- 500 students Tulsa-bound -- 'Operations Crossroads' to be shown Thursday -- Bravo!: Gould compliments W.U. symphony for outstanding work -- Honorary majorette of W.U. is 1947 state juvenile champ / Marge Crum -- Opinion please!: 'Meatless' Tuesday, 'eggless' Thursday; No hindrance here -- Sears heads committee -- Joint recital is planned
Photograph(s): Her Majesty, Jean Cline, will be crowned queen of the Homecoming at the varsity in the gymnasium Saturday night. p. 1 -- Council of the Association of Women Students, the newly organized group open to all women on the campus, is pictured above. The council members include, seated from left, Mary Lu Taggart, treasurer; Jackie Swallow, secretary; Virginia Castres, third vice president; Ru Beuke, second vice president; Persis Bonjour, first vice presdident; and Bethinis Jones, president. Second row, left, Jo Ann Maclean, council representative; Beverly Coldsnow, junior court representative; Jerry Nelson, council representative; Charlana Taylor, council representative; Marjorie Deering; and Jean Gay, council representative. Third row, from left, Jo Ann McKinley; Betty Williams; Betty Long; Gwen McAfee, court representative; Twilla Stoss; Sue Bowers; Pat Rutherford; and Helen Majors. p. 2 -- Ready for a gala Homecoming are these campus cuties resting in Veterans Field. They include, from left, Jo Miller, Sorosis, Shirley Holloway, Alpha Tau Sigma, Wanda Vogt, Delta Omega, Helen Glasco, Epsilon, and Jane Mueller, unaffiliated. Jean Cline, Homecoming queen, is in the foreground. p. 3 -- Vocational guidance is given to veterans and non-veterans by the University Guidance Center. W. M. Ersham, director, looks on as Elinor Margrave gives a test to Dick Martens, University student. p. 6 -- James Kerr. p. 9 -- The popular Professional Quintet which has accepted a number of engagements for recitals and clinics during the next year is pictured before a recent concert. It includes from left, Dorothy Feenster Terwilliger, flute; James Kerr, oboe; Robert Bays, horn; Howard Halgedahl, basoon; and Walter Wehner, clarinet. p. 11 -- Three linesmen aiming for victory against Arizona State of Flagstaff, Saturday are Carl Crelly, tackle, at left, John Stucky, guard, and Mike Knopick, end. p. 12 -- Discussing details of Saturday's Game with Arizona State of Flagstaff are Anton Houlik, left, Art Hodges, and Linwood Sexton, the three sparks of the Shocker offensive machine. p. 13 -- Annual speech institute for more than 30 Kansas High schools will be held on the campus, Friday and Saturday. Leslie Blake, director, is pictured dictating invitations to June Cale, debate manager. p. 16 -- Marcene Solomon. p. 17