The Sunflower, v.53, no.05 (October 9, 1947)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.53, no.5, Wichita, Kansas, October 9, 1947. - 12 pages

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Article(s): Colorful parade being mapped: Homecoming spectacle announced -- Students will pick queen in election on Oct. 17 -- 'Meatless' day is back -- R.O.T.C. gets best award -- French motif is planned for varsity -- Editors meet on campus -- Students favor program of compulsory training -- Nutter into first place -- Comical skit to highlight pep convo -- Rooters sign for T.U. bus -- Sorosis' lucky strike dance will honor pledges, Friday -- Beauty hints given girls -- Two new buildings are being completed for music, ROTC -- Roundabout the campus -- New lab assistants with zoology staff -- Name heads of Pi Alph -- Library assistants selected by tests -- 'Fall Fantasy' pledge dance to be given by Delta Omega -- Phi Sig is youngest fraternity on campus; chartered 1927 -- More dances!: Students want mixer in Commons again, as last year - Price -- University Women will hear lecture by Mrs. J. Fugate -- Club corner / Betty -- Epsilon Kappa Rho pledges to be named 'College Belles' -- Dramatic students are admitted into national fraternity -- New heads selected for accounting club -- Statistics!: Methodists leads all denominations in total enrollment -- University concert band needs instruments -- Club heads are elected -- Paula Nelson new speech instructor -- Check to council -- Snobbism's field day / Jack Harris -- On another campus -- Veterans' news / C. O. Taylor -- Typed on a Wednesday / William Fein -- Vox discipuli: From the reader / Anna-Maria Braun -- Alumni Association keeps tab on 3,500 University graduates -- Drama ticket sale opens -- Oh, doctor!: Ten former students prepare for medicine in Midwest schools -- Alums name coffee hour -- It's a date!: Alumni to breakfast with state teachers at annual confab -- Reunion meeting set for St. Louis grads before grid game -- Tulsa tickets now available to alumni -- Shriver calls for more active alumni group to keep pace with growing university / Garner E. Shriver -- Grad gossip / Mickey McCoy -- Frosh to face tough Aggies tomorrow: 'B's' batte Oklahomans Friday night -- Varsity men beat Bradley -- Army beats Frosh team -- W.U. seeks third 1947 victory: Bulldogs seek revenge over the Shocker "Jinx" after three lost battles -- Intramurals close today -- Campus 'W' clubbers reorganize Tuesday -- 'W' winners form club -- Shocker sidelights / Al Littleton -- Counseling program for religious sects is now established -- 'Cupid's' arrow strikes deep into W.U.'s fighting gridsters / Earl Hamilton -- Stage groups make sets for first play -- Two stations to air game here Saturday -- 'Swing shift' offers 31 college courses -- W.U. band to perform -- 'U.S. public is propagandized by air and press' - St. John / Dean Campbell -- YWCA council unit names new officers -- Comedy cast summarized -- Trophy!: Quarterbackers give 'Oscars' to standout Shocker grid stars -- Politics!: G.O.P. starts drive for 1,000 members: Largest U.S. group
Photograph(s): Rehearsals for "Papa is All" are in full swing daily in the University Auditorium. The cast is pictured above and includes, seated from left, John Kelso and Helen Christy; standing, left, Jim Kemper, Elisabeth Kirkpatrick, Bo Hattan and Tony Holloway. p. 1 -- Jimmy Nutter. p. 1 -- Alpha Gamma Ganna's Betty Coed was presented to 6,500 persons in Veteran's Field at halftime on Saturday. She is Charlene Parrott, Pi Kapppa Psi sorority, the fifteenth woman to receive the fraternity honor. A floral bouquet was presented to Miss Parrott by Art Hodges, Shocker fullback, right, and her escort, Galen Christian, left. p. 3 -- Celebrating the twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of Pi Kappa Psi sorority and the twenty-fifth year of Dr. Hazel Branch's sponsorship of the organization, actives, alumna and pledges attended a birthday dinner last month at Droll's English Grill. Officiating at the cake-cutting were left to right, Laura Cross, Dr. Branch, Mrs. Helen Schweiter, and Miss Mary Kay Hensley. p. 4 -- Garner E. Shriver. p. 7 -- Freshman Mike Knopick, an Ambridge, Pa., athlete, is slated to start at left end for the Shockers against Drake University Saturday. p. 8