The Sunflower, v.46, no.07 (October 24, 1940)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.46, no.7, Wichita, Kansas, October 24, 1940. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Comedy will open university dramatic season this evening / Jane Jones -- Flyers' training starting today -- Wheaties sponsor new pep contest -- Linton Wells is next attraction on forum series -- All-student convo pleases big crowd -- Reading machine is help to geologists -- Authorities return from Omaha meeting -- M'Carty receives best enlistment grade possible -- Council plans for homecoming -- New faculty roster includes 199 names -- Is this the week for your sitting? -- Layman picked by Army as honorary colonel / Ed McCreary -- Eighteen coeds are ex-colonels -- Blue Key opens safety drive to avoid automobile accidents and save lives -- Next convocation is 'History of Comedy' -- Scabbard, Blade will observe national event -- Instructors survey Dodge City schools -- Student boosters travel to Topeka Friday afternoon -- Texas debaters consider third term question -- MacFadden sees nation's health being neglected / Donna Lou Dewees -- Ticket sale announced -- Make plans for Wichita alumni -- Whock Club has meeting tonight -- Facing the issue -- Collegiate world -- Oliver's travels -- University bulletin -- Shocker shots / Boles -- 'Grad Gossip' is short on glory, but alumni love it / Phil McVey -- Speech science scans vocations / Janice Campbell -- Four C.A.A. students fly solo this week -- Grad gossip: alumni opens drive for 1,000 members -- Frat to entertain at sports dance Saturday evening -- Alumni actives of Pi Kap have dinner -- Frat will hold dinner Saturday -- Women's athletics group have picnic -- Gifford Booth to be speaker at alumni dinner -- Y.W.C.A. regional secretary at W.U. -- Sorority to hold pledge dance soon -- Dean gives address -- Roundabout the campus / Sue and Josie -- D.O. announces four new pledges -- Y.W. will honor girls with service -- Wertz to speak to Republican club -- Women's council to entertain girls with gala party -- Partridge heads tea arrangements -- Library staff meets -- Calendar -- Department club to have program -- Kappa Rho pledges -- Marts elected new president of association -- Staples to lecture -- Shockers plan to topple Washburn in Friday battle -- Freshmen open season against Pratt tonight -- The dope bucket / Bob Jones -- Davis regains medalist honors -- Gammas assume early lead in touch football -- National hockey team plays here -- Dance classes attend concert -- Shockers stage rally to defeat tough Gorillas -- Rifle marksmanship meeting to be held -- Downtowners will discuss Pitt game
Photograph(s): Sgt. Francis McCarty. p. 1 -- Selected as honorary colonel: Miss Venora Layman, University senior, has been selected by the cadet officers of the R.O.T.C. as honorary colonel of the unit for the school year 1940-41. p. 1 -- Blue Key Head: Max Feldner, president of Blue Key, has announced that this fraternity will start a safety campaign for the University this week. p. 1 -- Ed Murray: Democrat for county attorney. Proven ability. p. 2 -- Elliott. p. 2 -- Executive council meets: Charles Dalton, 1934 graduate, second from right, attended meeting last week-end of the executive council of the University of Wichita Alumni Association at a luncheon in the Commons Building. Dalton is head of the California branch of Shocker alumni at Los Angeles. Seated, from left, are Norval Messick, co-chairman of the homecoming committee; Byron Chapell, vice-president of the Alumni Association; Mrs. E.K. Edmiston, member of the executive committee; Dalton, and Gifford M. Booth, Jr., Alumni Association president. p. 2 -- Phi Sig dance chairman: Wilbur Fuller, chairman of the party at which members of Phi Upsilon Sigma will entertain Saturday evening in the Ballroom of the Allis Hotel. p. 3 -- Heads Flying Club: Doris Maris, newly elected president of the Young Women's Flying Association. Members include several University women graduated from the CAA course here. p. 3 -- Jones. -- p. 4 -- Sophomore star: Big Doug McEnulty, sophomore fullback, and former All-Ark Valley star from East High, has shown consistent form in all Shocker games this season, and has been one of the offensive powers of a strong Wichita backfield. Weighing 210 pounds, "Big Mac" can crash the line with the best of them, and in addition is a fine punter. p. 4 -- Blocking back: One of the pleasing features of recent Shocker games has been the performance of Charles Gibson, quarterback, who has rounded into one of the best blockers on the squad. Gibson, a 165-pound junior from Ellis, Kansas, started the Pittsburg game and is being relied on by Coach Gebert to call signals and clear the way for the ball-luggers against Washburn. p. 4
"No thief is popular, don't take another's life. - Blue Key Safety Committee"