The Sunflower, v.46, no.19 (January 30, 1941)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.46, no.19, Wichita, Kansas, January 30, 1941. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Freshman class officers will be selected Feb. 11 -- Oberg conducts musical studies -- Library shows two new book exhibits -- Summer school job is offered to Read -- Pep clubs to sit together at game -- Cleveland team to debate here -- Three rifle meets scheduled in March -- School head visits aeronautics division -- Tryouts schedules for today, Friday -- HYM committee organizes date bureau for '41 -- College head sees drop in attendance -- Physicians leading parade in education, Croft finds -- C.A.A. class assured for spring term -- Magazine panels to be displayed -- Y.W.C.A. membership drive starts today -- Wright calls in campus reports -- Enrollment for evening courses to open Feb. 3 -- Sorority to help in 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' -- Hillbrand to attend Hutchinson meeting -- Picture contest to end on Feb. 6 -- Student to head string ensemble -- Many students are eligible for draft -- Auditions held for downtown program -- Grades will be given next week -- Man's progress is subject for Durant lecture -- R.O.T.C. will add reserve officer -- Greeks devise new forms of torture for Hell Week / Sarah Ann Cope -- Eight grads finish work at mid-year -- Debaters to argue on women drivers -- Facing the issue -- University bulletin -- Oliver's travels -- Collegiate world / Associated Collegiate Press -- Shocker shots / Boles -- Marriages and divorces in country are rising steadily / Bill Mandle -- M'Donald survey results revealed -- Phelps will write for Spastic review -- Students may help in benefit campaign -- Grad gossip: last Sunflower goes to unpaid alumni -- McDonald shows W.U. health service benefits -- Library reorganizes file of documents -- Blue Key reveals names of honor women at dance -- Pi Kap party will fete new activities -- Education group to meet Monday -- Wilkie receives flowers -- Roundabout the campus / Josie College -- Weddings mark social calendar on W.U. campus -- Brooks to open dancing classess -- New Yorkers suggest ten ways for college coed to look smart this spring -- Candidates still run neck and neck in race for HYM dance 'Bill of Ball' title / Catherine Schermuly -- Corporals selected -- Two can live as cheaply as one, asserts Oglesby -- Sports coat, slacks, khaki hat continue to dominate wardrobe of college male -- Science group has formal initiation -- Young Democrats select new group to form policies -- Installation held at Gamma house -- Infant receives gift -- Skin specialist instructs college co-eds in methods of preserving natural beauty -- Calendar -- Beta Nu holds its formal initiation -- Writan hears second talk on script writing -- Zoology class full -- Shockers tangle with K.U. Monday night -- Hornets here tonight -- Phi Sig bowlers set speedy pace to stay at top / Bill Hodge -- Gym gems / Frances Blume -- Missouri Valley meet is opener / John Mitchell -- Morton elected captain -- Charley horse chatter / Bill Mandle -- Thursday marks season opening
Photograph(s): Leap year minded rush to buy HYM tickets: First to buy tickets for the annual HYM ball to be held Feb. 14, are two Pi Kappa Psi pledges, Darlene Shoemaker and Rachel Reber, from organization ticket salesman Wanda Mulkey, I.S.A.; Rose Marie Marshall, Delta Omega; Mary Louise Cline, Pi Kappa Psi; Margie Collins, Epsilon Kappa Rho; and Betty Sheridan, Alpha Tau Sigma. Roberta Wertz, Sorosis candidate, is not pictured. The ticket sale will open officially on Monday, Feb. 1. p. 1 -- Student forum speaker: Dr. Will Durant, philosopher and historian, will appear on the student forum series in the university auditorium at 8:15 p.m., Feb. 10, and will speak on the subject, "Does Man Progress?" p. 1 -- Elliott. p. 2 -- '38 grad visits here: Mrs. E.L. Jones, formerly Lenore Hayes, '38, visited her mother this week and also visited the campus last Monday. While on the campus Mrs. Jones was a member of Pi Kappa Psi and Mr. Jones was a member of Pi Alpha Pi. p. 2 -- Cassidy in Bartlesville: J. Keith Cassidy, who was formerly employed in the internal revenue office in Wichita, has accepted a position in the comptroller's office of Phillips Petroleum company in Bartlesville, Okla. Mrs. Cassidy is the former Dorothy Tennant, who was a member of Epsilon Kappa Rho and Matrix, and served both as president in her senior year. p. 2 -- Blue Key selects fifteen outstanding women / Wichita Beacon: Pictured above are the fifteen senior girls chosen by the members of Blue Key, national honorary fraternity, as the outstanding members of the 1941 graduating class. From left to right, they are - Lorraine Melcher, Mildred Stokely, Josephine Rice, Nan Briggs, Peggy Coates, Betty Jane Roberts, Sue Cope, Lula Randall, Ernestine Klopfstein, Venora Layman, Alberta Zimmerman, Frances Anderson, Jean Braly, Gracie Kindsvater, and Ruth Strickland. p. 3 -- John Kline, guard; Howard Singleman, forward; T.P. Hunter; Bob Allen, center; Martin Sollenberger: Watch these Jayhawkers- These five University of Kansas basketball flashes have been named by Coach F.C. "Phog" Allen as starters when the Kansans meet the Shockers in the Forum Monday evening. p. 4 -- Mandle. p. 4
"Blue Key says - Prepare for longer life by remembering to always drive carefully."