The Sunflower, v.46, no.04 (October 3, 1940)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.46, no.4, Wichita, Kansas, October 3, 1940. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Parnassus queen will be selected by Will Osborne -- Foulston next convo speaker -- Shock contest brings in ideas -- New play cast is named by Wilner for production -- Board approves yearbook staff -- Myers is approved student convo head -- Parking on campus to be restricted -- Larger debate squad planning for full year -- Students enter poster contest -- Bookstore adds new service for patrons -- Boy Scouts are guests of college -- Booster trip is major project -- Students form local chapter -- New cheerleaders perform at game -- Revived Shocker party captures political power -- Debate squad is honored in book -- New forum series gives party lines -- O'Harra releases library schedule -- Hillbrand's article emphasizes religion -- Shockers open against Ravens -- St. Benedict's will open Shocker home season on Saturday -- First meeting of roundtable will be today -- Attend education meet -- Willkie will win, freshmen decide -- Larson's studio given contract -- Air training starts for C.A.A. students -- Facing the issue -- University bulletin -- Oliver's travels -- Collegiate world -- Shocker shots / Boles -- Modern Panama is full of contrasts, student finds / Dick Gavitt -- Grad gossip: alumni thinking of national council -- National group announces nine to be pledged -- Potter new head of Y.W. freshmen -- Independents plan party this month -- Sorosis to have gala celebration in house Sunday -- Members of club entertain guests -- Calendar -- Roundabout the campus / Sue and Josie -- Gammas entertain group of pledges at 'jam' session -- Freshmen girls to be honored -- Orchesis pledges eight new girls -- Journalism sorority feted rushees -- Announcements of engagements recently made -- Pegasus to hold elections today -- Article published -- Shockers in 9-0 victory at Dayton -- Ravens set for Wichita on Saturday -- Faculty golfers open tournament -- The dope bucket / Bob Jones -- Websters ready to win beer keg -- Freshmen players from Ark Valley -- Practice dates set for hockey -- Horseshoe matches should be played -- Gammas and Sigs lead intramural soccer league -- Hennigh calls first practice
Photograph(s): Welcomes scouts: Gilleran Kendrick, president of Alpha Phi Omega, national scouting fraternity, whose organization will act as host for the 2,000 Boy Scouts who will participate in an Americanism program here Saturday. p. 1 -- Big year planned: Coach Al Gebert is again planning for a big season, as he prepares his team for the charges of the invading St. Benedict's team this Saturday afternoon. p. 1 -- Elliott. p. 2 -- Some alumni ticket sellers: Members of the University of Wichita Alumni Association completed their task of selling Shocker season football tickets September 27th, supplementing efforts of downtown business men who inaugurated the campaign. Fourteen of the more than 50 alumni actively working in the campaign are pictured here. They are, from left, first row, Natalie Ring, Mary Margaret Schroeder, Corliss Thomas, Kathlein Edmiston, Jeanne Lewis, and Mary Jean Shaft. Back row, from left, are Gifford Booth, Jr., alumni president, Willard Johnson, E.K. Edmiston, Ashford Manka, Harlan Bond, William F. Crum, alumni treasurer, Byron S. Chappell, vice president, and Ray Mann. p. 2 -- I.S.A. candidate: Thelma Hillyard, I.S.A. candidate for queen of the 1941 yearbook. Miss Hillyard was absent when last week's picture of sorority candidates was taken. Will Osborne will select the queen from six candidates tomorrow night. p. 3 -- Orchesis head: Ruth Strickland, president of Orchesis, announces the pledging of a group of University girls. Orchesis is the campus dance sorority. p. 3 -- Replaces Comp: Dave Hart, the halfback from Hannibal, Mo., has the task of filling the shoes of the renowned Irv Comp, St. Benedict's star, who is suffering from an injured shoulder and may not play against the shockers Saturday. Hart is a left half, and weighs but 153 pounds. His ability, however, makes him a dangerous ball-lugger. p. 4 -- Jones. p. 4 -- Shocker halfback set to go: Earl Grandy, great triple threat halfback of the Shockers, whose talents for passing, running and kicking helped lead the Wichita crew to a victory over the University of Dayton last week, and who will start at left half against St. Benedict's, Saturday in the opening home game of the 1940 season for the Shockers. p. 4 -- Rugged Raven starting end: A 210 pound end who is regarded as one of the best defensive stars on a strong St. Benedict's squad is Wojciechowski, a husky from Hammond, Indiana. Wojciechowski is certain to start at the right end position Saturday. p. 4 -- St. Benedict's halfback: One of the veteran backfield stars of Coach Don Elser's Ravens is Don McKeever, a 165-pound senior who is playing his last year for St. Benedict's. Don hails from Englewood, N.J., and is a left half. p. 4