The Sunflower, v.54, no.23 (March 10, 1949)

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Article(s): New unit is formed on campus -- Faculty Club elects head -- ISA schedules mixer in Commons lounge -- Honor system inaugurated for 'superior' students -- Display in Library features poetry -- Convocation Monday to honor Jardine -- 'The Taming of the Shrew' set for three-night run -- Dancing and cards permitted in 'Alibi' -- 3,055 here this term -- Graduation to be held in Stadium -- YMCA Club hears talk -- Elvin Doane is named head of new group -- Round about the campus -- Junior class has varsity -- University music department will give glee club concert -- Alibi now available for group renting -- Pi Kappa Psi honors pledges with St. Patrick's Day dance -- Convention attended by botany professor -- Club corner: YW to have election tomorrow in rotunda / Dorothy Green -- Men of Webster pledges to be honored at dance -- Mother's Club tea held in frat house -- Rats holding class in campus belfry; reason, no room -- '29 skiddoo!: University styles not comparable to those of 1929 -- College association plans teacher education program -- Money from parking fines far short of program cost / Peggy Arnett -- Foote likes popular music; favorite crooner is Como / Joan Kallail -- Look! Music!: Noon jazz shows to be broadcast from 'Alibi Room' -- Students select features most desired in teachers -- FM radio station lacks transmitter -- Delta Omega sorority holds pledge dance -- Biography forms are available now -- Committee is named by Sociology Club -- 'New study system needed' French professor states -- Phi Sig Mothers' Club holds 'sewing bee' -- Apply now!: Fall scholarships open to students with high grades -- Kansas University rejects its mascot -- Navy open for women -- Unusual!: Russ Menke's jazz now on the air at station WUCR -- Qualified personnel needed as FM, television expand -- New census report about Wichita area written by Cowgill -- Housing agency gives advice to expectant home buyers -- Students' credentials should be checked -- Class ring samples due at bookstore -- Stirctly dry?: Palm Room changed from dining room to KU night club -- New 'loyalty test' given to microscopic milk pests -- A fifht frat?: National fraternity invites local men to form chapter -- UNESCO to send student to Europe -- 'Religious skepticism' subject of topic for discussion group -- Lake chosen rifle leader -- Democracy and India theme of address given by Dr. Hekhuis -- Dr. Harlan Bloomer talks to speech staff -- Library staff sends parcel to help starving Norwegians -- Students to hear Dr. W.H. Alexander of Oklahoma City -- Program to be given by French students -- Christians and Jews hear John Kenna discuss human right -- First ISA conference will be held Saturday -- Men of Webster win wrestling title: Winner cops five weights -- New track facilities under construction -- Sportsviews!: Good cager squad is Gunning's hope for next season / Bob Olson -- ROTC places third at indoor rifle meet -- UNESCO council schedules meetings -- This year's cage oddities overshadow game outcomes / Jack Campbell -- N. Carolina freshman stars in track meet -- Versatile!: Texas girl shows that men have no priority on sports -- Friday is last day for Senior orders -- Frat cagers lose opener -- GI speech contest to be held Mar. 25 -- Substitute breaks record four times this season -- Aggies beat Shocker cagers 60-36 to win eighth Valley title -- Kansas Young Demos elect new officers -- Ping pong tourney begins next week -- Kappa Rho women lead badminton race -- Shocker cage team wins 10, loses 16 in rough schedule -- Spring drill commences -- Library begins new policy for magazine circulation -- Engineering class makes tests for Navy -- Marine training unit elects Murray Smith
Photograph(s): Campus Army Intelligence Unit was authorized last week when Lt. Col. Monroe J. Hagwood, left, of the Army General Staff, and University President W. M. Jardine, signed the agreement. Looking on are Maj. Eddie Robertson and Dr. Ross Taylor. p. 1
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.54, no.23, Wichita, Kansas, March 10, 1949. - 10 pages
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