The Sunflower, v.46, no.09 (November 7, 1940)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.46, no.9, Wichita, Kansas, November 7, 1940. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Homecoming queen election is test of new voting system -- Wilkins elected rifle club head -- Hanson will make three radio talks -- Spastic review seeks copyright as value grows -- R.O.T.C. ball is set for Nov. 22 -- Library opens on Sunday afternoon -- Campus queens will be feature of next varsity -- Pep clubs plan bonfire supper -- Carlson lectures to literary group -- Wells discovers strange ideas of American revolt / Nada Junker -- Registrar makes list of faculty conference hours -- Reserve desk is proving popular -- Spirits high for Emporia grid battle -- First coed band has 30 members -- Candidates named for Delta Epsilon -- Complete plans for homecoming list big events -- Teaching vacancies need to be filled -- Non-Greeks pose now at Larson's -- Convocation to mark end of war in '18 -- Parnassus shots reduced in size -- '40 directory will appear next week -- Facing the issue -- University bulletin -- Oliver's travels -- Collegiate world -- Shocker shots / Boles -- 'Commonology' is popular subject on W.U. campus -- Grad gossip: total of 230 W.U. alumni pay dues -- Group to honor pledges at dance this Friday night -- Sorority benefit -- New sergeants to be honored by campus frat -- Roundabout the campus / Sue and Josie -- Calendar -- Wilkie to attend annual conference -- I.S.A. mixer will be last of month -- Comely Mildred Stokely to be honor guest at Alpha Gam affairs this year -- Hornets pointing to Saturday game against Shockers / Hugo Voth -- Frosh display scoring power in Washburn win -- Websters hand Gamma B's first defeat of year -- The dope bucket / Bob Jones -- Rarick announces handball plans -- Billikens win in night battle -- Frosh will meet Tulsa freshmen here on Friday
Photograph(s): University's Who's Who members: Pictured above from left to right are members of Who's Who for 1940-41 from the University of Wichita. First row: Lulu Randall, Peggy Coates, Betty Jane Roberts, Sue Cope, Nan Briggs, Myrabel McNeil, Jean Braly, Alberta Zimmerman. Second row: Jack Coleman, Oliver Elliott, Walter Tait, Gene Setzer, Malcolm Nicholson, Bob Branson, James Costello, Fred Wylie, Max Feldner, Don Whitehead, Harold Brown. Tom Kinkaid, another member of the group, is not pictured. p. 1 -- Next forum speaker: Linton Wells, ace foreign correspondent and radio commentator, will be the coming speaker for the Student Forum to be held next Wednesday evening, Nov. 13. p. 1 -- Elliott. p. 2 -- Chairman of dance: Ruth Lewis, chairman in charge of the dance at which actives of Pi Kappa Psi will fete their new members Friday evening. p. 3 -- Formal fashions for homecoming: Tommy Hartman, Mary Dyer and Ruth Morgan model what the well dressed coed will wear for homecoming activities. Costumes courtesy of Henry's. p. 3 -- Vote for Fran Anderson: For homecoming queen. Personification of pep, poise, personality. p. 3 -- High scorer: Highest scoring halfback in the state is the proud title of Keith Caywood, flashy Emporia ball carrier. Caywood has compiled a total of 45 points in the 5 games that the Hornets have played this season and is planning to continue his scoring run here Saturday at the expense of Wichita. p. 4 -- Jones. p. 4 -- Welch. p. 4 -- Frosh Coach: One of the most pleased mentors seen around the University of Wichita recently is Ray de Hon, whose freshman squad has shown the best form of any yearling squad since the University adopted the freshman rule. De Hon has been trained thoroughly in the Notre Dame system and has apparently been very successful in imparting that knowledge to his charges. p. 4