The Sunflower, v.52, no.28 (May 1, 1947)

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1947-05-01
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Independent Students Association (I.S.A.) , Radio stations , Hoare, Arthur J. , Alumni Association
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.52, no.28, Wichita, Kansas, May 1, 1947. - 8 pages
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Article(s): School-wide celebration is planned -- May Day tickets go on sale today -- Army, Navy screen men -- Check delay is protested by veterans -- Forum board announced -- Former dean regains sight; hopes to teach here again -- Money for vets gone; checks are delayed -- I.S.A. quits all politics -- Broadway production booked for campus -- Sorosis plans celebration of fiftieth anniversary Sunday -- Dr. Hazel Branch honored by council -- Three women attend convention in Dallas -- Spring party is Saturday -- Pi Beta Chi members vote to go national -- Moss wins first in Cosmopolitan contest -- Style show is tomorrow -- Scabbard and Blade names eight pledges -- Back on the job -- Veterans' news -- Alumni Association forms link between graduates, school -- Grad gossip / Mickey McCoy -- Typed on a Wednesday / William Fein -- Platter chatter / Eddie Sisk -- Staples has display of foreign paintings in Morrison exhibit -- Division bids go to board -- Club presents play tomorrow to benefit French war victims -- Dismantled buildings arrive on campus -- Secretarial sorority holds election today -- Tulsa here for track meet Friday -- Tuesday meeting set for psychology club -- Burnham elected as head of engineers -- Track team finds going is tough at annual Drake event -- Miss Thompson new archery president -- Phi Sigma defeats D and A in softball -- Shocker sidelights / Dean Campbell -- Athletic prospects appear encouraging for next year / Dean Campbell -- A.P. representative talks to journalists; city editor is here -- Golfers and netmen win two meets -- Radio plans made by WU -- Third speech event to be held Friday -- Jardine has busy week -- 'Keep off grass' is plea of council
Photograph(s): After 28 years of blindness Dean Arthur Hoare, former head of the Mathematics department, has regained his sight and is hoping to once again teach on the University staff. Dean Hoare has not retired, however, he is at present aiding students needing special help in their mathematics. p. 1 -- Plans for a May Day celebration are being worked out by members of the Student Council committee who are pictured above. They include, seated from left to right, Joan Bond, May Queen election; Howard Currant, Hippodrome; and Maxae Fey, coronation and reception. Standing, left to right are Keith Fisher, sports; Kenneth Hedrick, sports; and seated on chair, Margaret Ann Hesse, box lunch. Not pictured are Keith Oliver, chairman; Joan McKinley, May-pole; and Bill Mandle, street dance. p. 1 -- Newly elected and retiring officers of University Dames Club are pictured above. Seated left to right are Mrs. John Rydjord, president; Mrs. Lloyd McKinley, retiring president; and Mrs. Kenneth Razak, retiring secretary. Standing left to right are Mrs. S. S. Major, treasurer; Mrs. J. Ray Hanna, retiring treasurer; Mrs. Harold Decker, vice president; and Mrs. Worth A. Fletcher, retiring vice president. Mrs. H. H. Washburn, secretary, is not pictured. p. 3 -- Mickey McCoy. p. 4 -- University French horn quartet, pictured above, will present a special program at Wichita High School East on Monday. Members of the quartet are, from left, Junior Ashcraft, Gerald Fletcher, John Davies, and Robert Bays, director. p. 5
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The Sunflower
v.52 no.28
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