The Sunflower, v.53, no.08 (October 30, 1947)

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Article(s): Symphony is feature of convocation -- Industrialists give funds -- Sunflower adds three features -- Talks close; Unaffiliates want election -- 'Game of year' Saturday: W.U.-Tulsa to fight for Valley lead -- Many attend late classes -- Photo studios bids rejected by board -- Students, alumni flock to Tulsa for classic -- R.O.T.C. gets new colonel -- Wilde's play here Nov. 7 -- French club observes twenty-sixth birthday with big membership -- Cosmo club has contest -- Roundabout the campus -- Club corner / Betty -- Tulsa students plan dance for Shockers after Saturday tilt -- First joint walkout under new Pan Hell rules occurs Monday -- Independents plan dance -- Wheaties, Whocks hear Gailord Matson -- Unaffiliates speak up -- Veterans' news -- Vox discipuli: From the reader / Keith Eales -- Typed on a Wednesday / William Fein -- GI students with part-time jobs rank high in Cincinnati -- Band plans Tulsa trip -- Dark ages!: Chains fail to halt math book thefts; Valued text missing -- WSSF goal set at $1500 -- Out-of-town women select representative -- New faces: Station WU changes program schedule; adds seven to staff -- Seats still available on T.U. booster bus -- Wichita host to teachers -- New phone numbers wanted by Friday for 1947-48 directory -- Football scoreboard to be replaced soon -- W.U. defeats Arizona 55-7 -- Intramural tennis tournament begins: Low scores recorded by intramurals -- Schools hold Valley meet -- Fore!: Wichita golf squad tangles with Tulsa Saturday morning -- Frosh battle Tulsa squad -- Curtain call or cry
Photograph(s): "Getting the word" on Tulsa from head football coach Ralph Graham are the three Shocker signal callers who will probably see action against the Hurricanes Saturday afternoon. They include from left, Harold Tjaden, Clearwater; Graham; Vic Fragione, Ambridge, Pa.; and Earl Hamilton, Chicago. p. 1 -- Homecoming features include a parade and house decorations. The Sunflower photographer caught the Sorosis house first place winner at the top; the queen, Jean Cline in her auto in the parade; the Phi Sig house first place winner; and the Phi Sig first place float. p. 4 -- The young man with the cocked arm above is the mainspring in the University of Tulsa offense. His name is Jimmy Finks and he wil [sic] serve the Tulsa "T" aaginst [sic] the University of Wichita, November 1. p. 6 -- Everybody got in the act, even big Paul Houser who started at right tackle against Arizona State in the Homecoming game and ended up a fullback carrying the ball! House is pictured looking for a hole and finding it with Cliff Yarnell attempting to lead interference. p. 11
Includes Collegiate Digest, v.13, no.1 photograph(s): Syracuse University students encounter this vista--prefabs and "Boomtown Byzantine" architecture mushrooming on every available foot of ground to provide adequate classroom space. p. 7 -- Students at Georgia Tech will see this eight-story student apartment building nearing completion. p. 7 -- The South Dakota State College coeds are getting acquainted with the aid of apples, cokes 'n' cookies. p. 7 -- Rescued: Whether he likes it or not, Robert Wolfe is being saved from a watery fate in the Fenn College pool by self-appointed lifeguards Lois Henke, Nancy Clarke, and Marth Schnitter. p. 8 -- With the aid of a grease-paint mustache and a cigar, Charles Scavullo, Stevens Institute of Technology, gives a remarkably accurate imitation of funnyman Groucho Marx. p. 8 -- Wives of student veterans living at Hillside Campus, a trailer village at Rutgers University, find the adjacent stadium area a fine place to spend the afternoon. p. 8 -- Jimmy Rayburn, Dale Anspaugh, Buster Barlow, Lloyd Smith, Don Anderson, Alan Weber and Tommy Mercer build props for the University of Houston's Frontier Fiesta. p. 8 -- Reconversion: An Army bomber canopy on top of a surplus jeep gives Bill Byrd of Alabama Polytechnic Institute a car which rivals the best of today's streamlined models. p. 8 -- Joseph's coat: Not recommended for formal wear is this gay patchwork suit, worn by Bill Price of Southern Illinois Normal University. p. 8 -- Fashion-wise: Indiana sophomore Ruth Kelly displays a cuffed skirt and blouse set off with school colors under the collar. Another cuffed skirt, plus a twin sweater set, is worn by Joyce Mongerson, Iowa State College. A gray battle jacket and plaid Gibson Girl skirt is the ensemble of Shirley Molohan of Northwestern. Frances Mathews, St. Louis, wears a stunning unicorn gabardine coachman suit with a wing collar. p. 9 -- Dressy enough for both classroom and sports is this cullotte dress worn by Marjorie [ineligible] Christianson, Carleton College. Virginia Hawkins, Knox College, displays a washable gray corduroy outfit. The square jacket and slim, straight skirt is worn by Frances Swenson, DePauw. A detachable hood is the feature of the Kelly green coat worn by Patricia Kirchberg of Lawrence College. p. 9 -- Laurette Walter, Stephens College, models a soft gray wool dress with thin green [ineligible]. A middy-style sweater and a navy accordion pleated skirt is the choice of Nancy MacFarlane, Maryland College for Women. Dorothy Bloom, Beloit, displays a wool date dress with removable hood. Helen Honey, Purdue, wears a cowl-hooded gray and yellow checked coat. p. 9 -- Jim Watson, with the stiff hat and "Oh boy" expression, and Holy Smith, with the wild eye and borrowed cigar. Both starred in the recent campus play "Running Wild." p. 9 -- Arthur Beer, Harold Woody and Paul Monroe of Western Carolina Teachers College display a keen sense of balance in this feat. p. 10 -- Orchids for milady: Harry Gill started a thriving florist shop in the ice-box of the men's dormitory at Ohio Wesleyan University when he found corsage prices out of line with GI incomes. p. 10 -- Pretty Jonnie Akins, journalism student at East Texas State Teachers College, is interrupted by Deadline, mascot of the East Texan and first feline reporter in the newspaper's history. p. 10 -- David Rowe, pre-med student at Mercer College, who hitchhiked his way to the University of Florida to compete in the Florida Relays, holds the Kearney-Raybun Memorial trophy which he won for outstanding performance in the meet. p. 10 -- Tea formation: The Goldfish, Beloit College humor magazine, decked these girls out in football tags and pictured them poking fun at the famous gridiron formation which has sparked many of the nation's teams to victory. p. 10
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.53, no.8, Wichita, Kansas, October 30, 1947 - 12 pages
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