The Sunflower, v.54, no.32 (May 12, 1949)

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1949-05-12
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Foundation for Industrial Research , Modern Dance Club
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.54, no.32, Wichita, Kansas, May 12, 1949 - 20 pages
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Article(s): Record vote is expected in election -- Summer schedules due Saturday noon -- Annual out next week -- Seven senior women honored at May Queen ceremonies -- President Jardine's retirement recalls years of hard work and steady growth here -- Sunflower edition in honor of prexy -- Journalists plan dinner -- Joe Thanner will lecture on Europe -- Faculty plans annual meet -- Campus radio serves Wichita following year of expansion / John Mileham -- Friends to honor Dr. Jardine, June 6 -- Six receive art awards -- Art students go outdoors for picnicing and painting -- Four University students engaged to wed in June -- Ferdie and Sweetie quit school campus -- Heidleberg dance set -- Hike ends 'Hell Week' for pershing rifles -- ISA elects officers for 1949-50 term -- Pledges give 'Barn Dance' for Delta Omega actives -- Math Club members plan picnic Friday -- University students entertain veterans -- 'Blossom Time' will be theme of Kappa Rho spring dance -- IRC banquet planned to install officers Monday in Commons -- Dramatic sorority elects Taylor, Heft -- 'So long,' Bill! -- Election is serious business -- Vox discipuli: Really concerned or political move? is student query -- Oxford scholarships offered to single University men / Bill Tincher ; Confused student wants explanation / Ruby Stackley ; Write-in candidates stimulate Council / Pat Taylor -- French Club honors Dr. Falaize today -- Round about the campus / Rankin Griesinger -- Mrs. Jardine will remember friendliness of University / Mary Fran Sullivan -- Formal Gamma dance theme will be 'Diamond Horseshoe' -- Modern dance club plans are discussed -- 50 women gain honor -- Pi Alpha Pi 'Tacky Dance' will honor spring pledges -- Tea honors senior girls -- Alpha Tau will hold dance for its graduating seniors -- Club corner!: College fellowships to sponsor picnic at Vickery Ranch -- May Day Hippoderome skits won by two organizations -- Staff post to Campbell -- 'Short on trained personnel' is theme of Palmer's speech -- Student Council pep plan liked by students in poll / Mike Miller -- NISA gets charter at Illinois convention -- Air Force aviation team will visit campus May 16, 17 -- Largest graduating class to receive degrees in Shocker Stadium; Ceremonies on May 30 -- Industrial Research projects accepted by Foundation -- Five records broken at Colorado U. meet -- Unclaimed articles will be sold here -- Summer school!: Eastern university will offer course in book publishing -- Service commission seeks cartographers -- Drivers here for schooling -- Year's per capita tax cost at University compares to price of carton of smokes -- K-State appropriation double University's plant value -- Soccer popularity increases in U.S. with 50,000 players -- Forty percent of veterans prepare for three fields -- Grad gossip: Recent University of Wichita alumni events include executive appointments and speeches / Beulah Mullen -- Wichita grad is promoted -- Daughter born to Mrs. Ed Armstrong -- Biggest Alumni Association reunion in history will honor fiftieth birthday of first class -- Year has been most active in music department history / Joan Kallail -- Graduate is invited to art conference -- Vets!: Insurance refunds for 16 million vets totals two billion -- CPA test set for KU -- Psychology 344 involves mice, smoking, even Freud / Joe Ludiker -- National fraternity offers membership to 41 students -- Mrs. W. M. Jardine honored at luncheon -- YWCA will sponsor Estes Conference -- Nine accept music posts -- NCAA baseball tourney here June 22-25: Nation's four top district winners to play for title -- Manager uses ads to strenghten team -- Phi Sigs win third title -- Things can get hot for third basemen -- Shocker to Andale to fill school post -- Fort Hays Tigers win over Shockers in dual track meet -- Threlfall, NPPA head to attend meeting -- Tulsa nine tops locals -- Eights cheerleaders elected at convo -- Missouri Valley track meet this weekend: Sports meet at A&M -- French department donates dictionary -- Patton betters dash record to lead top 1949 trackmen / Jack Campbell -- Organization books must be submitted -- High school meet here -- Successful!: Baseball pays off, says clown prince after 25 years -- Intramural swimming meet for women to begin May 16 -- Shockers in 7 to 6 win -- YWCA retreatants to use Camp Hyde -- Baseball!: NCAA tournament as annual affair is Wichita's chance / Joe Morrisey -- All parties on campus announce platforms for council elections to be held tomorrow -- University Theater season ends with 'Ten Little Indians' / Bob Langenwalter -- Music recitals to be given by three seniors next week
Photograph(s): [Shirley] Galatis; [Betty Jane] Williams Knocke; [Mary Faith] Pellett; [Sue] Bowers; [Marjorie] Van Camp; [Mildred Anne] Schaff Hiteshew. p. 1 -- Dr. [William M.] Jardine. p. 1 -- Joseph Thanner. p. 1 -- Mrs. W. M. Jardine. p. 5 -- May Day Queen, Jackie Swallow, and her fiance, John Ballenger, are given a salute by Pershing Riflemen at the coronation ceremonies held in the University Auditorium May 6. Miss Swallow and Ballenger recently announced their engagement to be married in the fall. p. 7 -- Dean Campbell. p. 8 -- Alumni presidential candidates for 1949-50 are Joe Hesse -40, left, and Jerald Branson '41. p. 13 -- Golden Anniversary alumni reunion: Banquet officials (from left) Doris Marts Everitt, Bob Tanner, Gene Serafin Vin Zant, Gabrielle Hinman Leach, and Ferd E. Evans, Jr. p. 13 -- Ab Bidwell. p. 18 -- Ira Barkman; Walt Byfield. p. 18
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The Sunflower
v.54 no.32
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