The Sunflower, v.46, no.24 (March 6, 1941)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.46, no.24, Wichita, Kansas, March 6, 1941. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Jardine ends seven years as president of growing school -- Survey reveals horrors in 'vote by mail' polls -- Business men hold speech competition -- Enrollment of university sees normal decline -- Faculty to aid city committee -- Group shots for annual to be taken -- Library exhibits new techniques for propaganda -- Read's math article published in bulletin -- Campaign proceeds will go straight to war zone -- A.S.C.A.P. fined in federal suit -- Spanish digest used -- Debaters leave for tournament at Iowa College -- Literary board makes selection -- Barr named to fill new R.O.T.C. post -- Students start flights Monday in C.A.A. course -- Hekhuis conducts service for youth -- Quintet performs -- 'Minick' opens for three-day run on university stage -- Greeks prepare short skits for 1941 Hippodrome -- Nelson answers father's cable -- Palmer becomes committee head -- Students take physical exams -- Downtown division has many students -- Facing the issue -- University bulletin -- Oliver's travels -- Typed on a Wednesday / Fred Higginson -- Collegiate world / Associated Collegiate Press -- Shocker shots / Boles -- 'Minick' starts modestly, but gains critics' approval / Wilda Turner -- Groom to rule state for day -- Examination to be held in May -- High school girl is newspaper editor -- Grad gossip: more grads called to active army -- Sprouting grass fights careless student walkers -- Friends is host to international relations meet -- Pigeons carry paper -- America's bill for sports looks much like war debt / Bill Mandle -- Non-college group will begin flying -- Crumbo to exhibit 40 Indian paintings -- Stage curtains repaired -- Music students hear Prokofieff -- String ensemble gives program -- Many students fail to use capabilities -- City displays posters -- Students denied draft exemption -- Commons clock given publicity -- Joint recital given by music students -- Bulletin prints story by Beito -- Salary increase shown for 1941 -- Pi Kap sorority entertains with 'Porky Pig Prom' -- Hair styles modeled for sorority -- Photo class publicized -- Wars, not artists, create new trends in American dances, instructor asserts -- Spring weather brings changes in campus life -- Kappa Rho girls arranging party for their dads -- Pledges installed by Kappa Delta Pi -- I.S.A. girls learn about make-up art -- New class to start -- D.O.'s to sell cakes -- Roundabout the campus / Josie College -- Former students of W.U. reveal wedding dates -- Calendar -- Music group holds pledge services -- Y.W. conference to be held by cabinet trainees -- Enrollment increases -- W.U. goes forward with President Jardine -- New aeronatics building keynotes progress -- Cage stars give aid in dash events -- Shocker cage team loses final game -- Intramural program shows growth and development / Bill Hodge -- Shocker cagers end '41 season -- Bert Hayes elected new cage captain -- Fun costs $30 -- Teachers send notices -- Prospects good in tennis, golf -- Lundy is winner in ping pong tourney -- Oklahoma freshmen win over Shockers -- Boxing matches are set for tomorrow -- Three quintets reach playoffs in intramurals -- Seven teams enter playoffs Monday -- U. of C. enrollment in overflow stage -- Art work shown -- Gym gems / Frances Blume -- Phi Sigs retain lead in bowling -- Stauffer is captain -- New books displayed -- Charley horse chatter / Bill Mandle -- Shocker frosh win clash at Sterling -- Track is improved -- Coaching post remains vacant -- Swimming added to sports curriculum
Photograph(s): Jackson and Gray make plans: Formulating plans for the 1941 Hippodrome Carnival program, which will be held in the university auditorium on March 28, are Howard Jackson and Alma Louise Gray who have been named to set as master and mistress of ceremonies. p. 1 -- Barr. p. 1 -- Kirkpatrick to army: Merrill Kirkpatrick, '40, has been ordered to report at Fort Francis E. Warren, Wyo., for active duty with regular army troops March 14. He has been affiliated with the Wichita Police Department as a patrolman for the past year. p. 2 -- President W.M. Jardine: Our congratulations - For faithful service during the past eight years, for all the concrete advancements and progress he symbolizes, for the promise of continued service, good-will, and promotion in the days to come - for all these factors we are sincerely grateful on this, the morning of another year in the administration of our president. If we are to judge the future by past events, then we must think enviously of those who are to follow us. For Wichita must inevitably grow into greater appreciation of her Municipal University and into greater gratitude to one of its principal benefactors. President Jardine, we salute you. p. 3 -- High on a windy hill: March winds play merry havoc with skirts and hair these days as coeds anxiously await the coming of that lurking little rascal Spring. Shown here are Laura Mary Potter, Suzanne Sowers, Patty Dwyer, and Marjorie Johnson. p. 4 -- President W.M. Jardine. p. 5 -- Aeronautics Building. p. 5 -- Mandle. p. 6
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