The Sunflower, v.46, no.08 (October 31, 1940)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.46, no.8, Wichita, Kansas, October 31, 1940 - 4 pages
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Article(s): Cartoons of older times to be seen -- Duders tribute still recalled -- Protestant faith is 423 years old -- Non-Greeks start Parnassus photos -- Blue Key quest for safety goes into full swing -- Reunion dinner set for Friday -- Y.W. begins small discussion groups -- Hillbrand is chairman of K.S.T.A. meet -- Candidates for homecoming are selected today -- New university stadium may soon be a reality / Richard F. Gavitte -- Linton Wells is second feature of forum series -- Texas debate cancelled -- C.A.A. students move into new building -- Two on faculty debate question of U.S. defense -- 453 voters are listed on campus -- Fathers to be feted at game -- Alpha Gammas select Stokely as 'Betty Coed' -- G.O.P.'s to meet in lounge today -- Students win fire prevention awards -- 'Who's Who' chooses 19 on campus -- Second straw vote to measure change -- Facing the issue -- Oliver's travels -- University bulletin -- Collegiate world -- Shocker shots / Boles -- Methodist church again in Hekhuis' survey -- 'Who's Who' list (continued from page 1) -- Grad gossip: alumni plans big homecoming program -- Group to honor pledges at dance Saturday evening -- Y.W.C.A. service held Wednesday -- Calendar -- Alpha Tau Sigma to honor grouop at clever party -- Roundabout the campus / Sue and Josie -- Beta Nu pledges at recent dinner -- Popular graduate weds George Miller -- Billikens to be next opponents -- Badminton tourney begins November 1 -- Opening round robin completed in footbal play -- 1940-41 basketball schedule revealed -- Touring hockey team plays here -- Frosh to seek second victory here tomorrow -- Billiken injuries rival local list -- Shockers take fourth win of season Friday
Photograph(s): Elliott. p. 1 -- Aeronautics bldg., architect Lorentz Schmidt. p. 1 -- Elliott. p. 1 -- Rydjord p. 1 -- Wall p. 1 -- 1940-41 Betty Coed: Miss Mildred Stokely, University senior, has been selected by the Alpha Gamma Gamma fraternity as Betty Coed for 1940-41. p. 1 -- Elliott. p. 2 -- Booths at home: Mr. and Mrs. Gifford M. Booth, Jr. recently married in Garden City, have returned from Colorado and are at home at 4351 E. Levy. Their new home, white trimmed in blue, faces the Meadowlark Golf Course. Mr. Booth, '36, associated with the Grit Printing Company, is president of the University of Wichita Alumni Association. Mrs. Booth is the former Natalie Ring, '35. p. 2 -- Jean Braly. p. 3 -- Frances Anderson. p. 3 -- Peggy Coates. p. 3 -- Florence Fitzwilliam. p. 3 -- Sarah Cope. p. 3 -- Lorraine Melcher. p. 3 -- Shocker stalwart: One of the main cogs in the intial victory of the season for Coach Ray De Hon's Shocker Frosh squad over Pratt Junior College was Ralph Volpi, 228 pound left guard, who in addition to smearing all efforts of the Jucos to penetrate his side of the line, kicked three points after touchdowns. Volpi is considered one of the best field goal kickers to grace a Shocker team in many a year. p. 4 -- Promising frosh: An unsung hero of the tough Shocker forward wall, which has been one of the features of a fine early-season record for the locals, is Kieth Doggett, massive right tackle. Doggett, who hails from Byers, Kansas, is a 220 pound junior, and is the heaviest regular on the squad. Handicapped by injuries early in the season, Doggett has now hit his stride and has been dealing out plenty of misery for Shocker opponents recently. p. 4