The Sunflower, v.46, no.12 (November 28, 1940)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.46, no.12, Wichita, Kansas, November 28, 1940. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Three films of old west to be shown -- Series of radio debates begins -- Last of 'Tempest' to defy jinx Dec. 13 -- Committee will be led by Dean Sipple -- Grad ends Army aerial training -- Two grads receive call to Army duty -- Y.W.C.A. completes 'milk bottle' drive -- Practice teaching course helps aspring instructors -- Thanksgiving varsity will be tomorrow -- Glee club plans '41 varsity show -- Higgins and Sterns get teaching posts - Library attendance shows increase over last year -- 'Learning to be normal' is goal of deaf children -- Health service sets new mark -- No more turkey stews to beset the week after -- Army ball crowns military activities -- Picture schedule closes Saturday -- Wilner directs thirteenth play by Shakespeare -- Faculty make few Thanksgiving plans -- Library has special hours for vacation -- All America is victim of new 'cellophanitis' plague -- Enders to lecture on student forum here Monday night -- Alumni drive is short of mark -- Course is offered in camp leadership -- C.A.A. pilots strive for flying honors -- Zoology lab works with new injection -- Facing the issue -- University bulletin -- Oliver's travels -- Collegiate world -- Shocker shots / Boles -- Sunflower has prominent place as business venture -- Oldest student has record of sixty years in school -- Grad gossip: alumni strive to reach goal of $1,000 -- Y.M. to start drive soon for club members -- Faculty entertained at informal party -- Academy is studied -- Roundabout the campus / Sue and Josie -- Alpha Tau Sigma to honor group at tea today -- Luncheon honors member of staff -- Members of Chips will be honored -- Mikesell speaks -- D.O. book review -- Honorary colonel presented Friday at gala function -- Honorary group pledges fifteen -- Hoop recalled -- Allmans have girl -- Calendar -- Monthly dance will take place after holidays -- Orchesis presents dance instruction -- Hekhuis in Chicago -- Weddings mark social calendar on W.U. campus -- Sorority entertains at formal opening -- Betzer selected to head flyers -- McKinley to talk to science frat at next meeting -- Creighton game ends shocker football year -- / Hugo Voth -- Five Shockers are selected to play on all-state team -- Name eleven girls on hockey varsity -- Winter season in intramurals will open soon -- Shockers find scoring drive against Bisons -- Instructions in rifle to begin -- Creighton tackle / Bishop -- The dope bucket / Bob Jones -- Gammas will defend keg on Thursday -- Flashy fleming / Bishop -- Girls to bowl at Playmore Alley
Photograph(s): Completes basic work: Lynn Schmidt, graduate of the university last spring, has just completed his basic training in the United States Army Air Corps. p. 1 -- Thoughts of Thanksgiving: Thoughts of Thanksgiving filled many a university student's mind this week - thoughts of roast turkey, cranberries, and dressing. There were thoughts as well of real gratitude, as all acknowledged the consciousness of real blessings in the midst of a hectic world. Exemplifying both feelings here are Patty Dwyer, Jane Frost, and Betty Sheridan. p. 1 -- Speaks next Sunday: Middle-aged Gordon Enders, who was born in Iowa but since the age of four has lived in Tibet, will be the next featured speaker on the student forum series. p. 1 -- Elliott. p. 2 -- Wilsons enter Army: Sloan J. Wilson, '31 and his brother, Stewart M. Wilson, '34, have been ordered into army service at Camp Shelby, Miss. Both are in the medical departments of their units. p. 2 -- Sorority sponsor: Matilda Gaume, recently selected to serve as sponsor of Betu Nu, music sorority. p. 3 -- Party chairman: Marjetta Middlesmart, who is assisting with plans for the next I.S.A. mixer Friday, Dec. 6. p. 3 -- Gamma mainstay: A four-year veteran of Webster-Gamma Beer-keg warfare, Bob Brown, rugged Gamma end, is expected to be a bulwark of the keg-defenders defense in tomorrow's annual game. Brown is a former North High star, and has played 60 minutes in several of the Webster clashes. Weighing 180 pounds, Brown is a fine blocker and tackler and is in on every play. p. 4 -- Jones. p. 4
"Blue Key says -- C.A.A. prohibits low flying especially in cars. Let's keep 'em on the ground."