The Sunflower, v.46, no.11 (November 21, 1940)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.46, no.11, Wichita, Kansas, November 21, 1940. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Enders will lecture for next forum -- Kappa Psi wins homecoming prize -- Many students are at medical schools -- Guests at dance stay in balcony -- Picture schedule ends next week -- Editors' meeting attended by 42 -- Palmer's invention aids speech study -- Angulo again heads tour to Old Mexico -- Youngest freshman here finds work easy enough -- Cast named for comedy next month -- Williams plans help for needy -- W.M. Dyer lectures to economic class -- Kelly students are qualified as pilots, officers -- Speech story used by P.T.A. Magazine -- University invited to join Flying Club -- M'Carty has new post in Little Rock -- Sunflower news is interesting to Toledo U. paper -- Stadium plans go to Washington, D.C. -- Garvey elected to fill frosh vacancy -- Photographs on display -- Vacation begins Nov. 28 for W.U. -- New men assist in varsities for remaining time -- Gridiron victory is signal for walkout -- New directory has nearly 2000 names -- Coeds are 'guinea pigs' for nail polish company -- R.O.T.C. will honor Colonel Layman at ball Friday night -- Reporters name favorite books -- Non-college group begins C.A.A. class -- R.O.T.C. band helps start chest drive -- Electric clock added to grill -- Halls will discuss art exhibition Friday -- Facing the issue -- University bulletin -- Oliver's travels -- Collegiate world -- Shocker shots / Boles -- Latest college fashions for men revealed -- Coeds may have market for original designs -- Grad gossip: Alumni organize Washington chapter -- Gala military ball Friday evening ushers in winter social activities -- French students to hear lecture -- University girls to model Monday -- Sorority pledges plan benefit tea -- Roundabout the campus / Sue and Josie -- Pi Kaps feature opening of new sorority house -- Beta Nu selects Gaume as sponsor -- Faculty members plan first party -- Y.W. plans December commissions -- Survey two schools -- Asiatics chase bride -- Weddings mark social calendar on W.U. campus -- Snuffer speaks -- Calendar -- Squad members to be honored -- Y.W.C.A. Thanksgiving drive Monday -- Shockers to meet North Dakotans in Friday game here -- Tennis matches nearing close -- Music box lists 10 top song hits -- Frosh complete undefeated year in Emporia game -- Angulo to conduct trip to Old Mexico -- Gamma "A's" win championship in touch football -- Fraternities are ready for game -- The dope bucket / Bob Jones -- Safety provides victory margin against Cowboys -- Ice-skating classes will close Nov. 22 -- Boom in Venezuela affects W.U. grad -- Hennigh pleased with basketball prospect -- Promptness sought in badminton game -- Noted artists will appear here Dec.
Photograph(s): Graduate flyer: Jack Wertz, University graduate in 1938, has just recently been made a second lieutenant in the government Air Corp at Kelly Field, Texas. p. 1 -- Elliott. p. 1 -- Hekhuis on Scout council: Dean L. Hekhuis, of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, has been elected a member at large of the National Boy Scout Council in New York. The council directs the work of Boy Scouts all over the nation. Dean Hekhuis is also president of the Quivira Council which includes 11 counties in Kansas. p. 2 -- Honorary colonel and escort: Honorary Colonel Venora Layman, who has chosen Cadet Captain Dudley Tankersley to act as her escort Friday night at the military ball. p. 3 -- Bison center: Pat Twomey, starting Bison center, is being relied on by the North Dakotans to furnish his usual excellent defensive game against Wichita tomorrow. p. 4 - Rugged wingman: A standout performer in an outstanding frosh line is Rip De Pascale, rugged end from Swissville, Pennsylvania, who has exhibited such stellar play during his yearling career that observers are confident that he will merit a starting varsity position next season. In addition to his defensive prowess, De Pascale is an excellent pass receiver and has scored several touchdowns for Ray De Hon's crew this year. p. 4 -- Jones. p. 4 -- Hill. p. 4 -- Frosh captain: Captain of the undefeated Shocker frosh gridders this year is Willoughby Nash, tough 215 pound tackle, whose outstanding showing in the yearling line this season has been the cause of much favorable comment by observers. Nash played 60 minutes against Tulsa and has been a standout performer all season. p. 4
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