The Sunflower, v.46, no.28 (April 3, 1941)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.46, no.28, Wichita, Kansas, April 3, 1941 - 4 pages
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Article(s): [Ineligible] festival brings many pupils here -- Insurance plans music programs for Holy Week -- [Ineligible] award is won by Home Ec -- Senior cap-gown fee is due today -- Student service drive for funds to be initiated -- Snider new head of Forum group -- Blair appointed to publications board -- A man can write a woman's novel, W.U. profs agree -- University men sought for Air Corps training -- Pep group will elect officers -- Six judges will name bus queen next Wednesday -- Nutrition vital to U.S. defense experts decide -- Sipple is toastmaster -- Alpha Gams, Sorosis win photo prize -- Close sale of announcements -- Art, culture to be topics of lectures -- Stadium is started -- No school Friday, deans announce -- Missouri Valley Forensic League accepts Wichita -- Professors are delegates for spring meeting -- School professors eligible for draft -- Music students travel -- Untermeyer will discuss American arts here Monday -- Braly appointed new secretary to comptroller -- 1941 May Queen will be named -- Kansas press group to meet in Augusta -- Cope, Croft are named heads of N.I.S.A. alumni -- Graduating seniors want scholarships -- Facing the issue -- Oliver's travels -- University bulletin -- Shocker shots / Boles -- Typed on a Wednesday - New records celebrate Mozart sesquicentennial / Fred Higginson -- Grad gossip: Alumni aid in completing school files -- Phi Sigma group to hold informal sweater party -- Go-to-church Sunday planned by Y.W. -- I.S.A. group gives friendship dance -- Chips entertain at third annual parents' dinner -- Kappa Delta Pi holds initiation -- Kappa Rho holds Easter informal -- Pan American Day to be celebrated -- Roundabout the campus / Josie College -- Chinese student to tell students about Far East -- Alpha Tau to give parents' dinner -- Wheaties to hold vice versa party -- Voters club holds regular meeting -- Weddings mark social calendar on W.U. campus -- Nye named end, frosh cage coach -- Book review sponsored -- Aggies win over Munies in track -- Blake to Salina -- Charley horse chatter / Bill Mandle -- Ramblers score swimming victory -- Gammas cling to all-sports lead in latest tally -- Shelton announces play day program -- Softball entries prepare for 1941 intramural race / Bill Hodge -- Girls practice for intramural swimming -- Entry list open in spring sport -- Profs help with survey
Photograph(s): Barclay and Armstrong win contest: Mary Barclay and Pete Armstrong smile happily as they are informed of their selection as Camera Man and Woman for the 1941 Parnassus, according to an announcement by Betty Jane Roberts, yearbook editor. Mary Barclay is the contestant sponsored by Sorosis sorority and Pete Armstrong is the Alpha Gamma Gamma contestant. p. 1 -- Untermeyer to speak: Louis Untermeyer, world-famous poet, author, and essayist, will speak to the Student Forum next Monday night at 8:15 p.m. in the university auditorium on the subject, "New American Arts." p. 1 -- Elliott. p. 2 -- Higginson. p. 2 -- Small a lieutenant: Donald Small, 1938, has been transferred to the 35th Infantry at Schofield Barracks in the territory of Hawaii, recently. He will serve as a second lieutenant. At the university, Lieutenant Small was enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts, and he graduated with an A.B. degree. p. 2 -- I.S.A. entertains: Plans have been completed by Lena Mae Nyberg for the Goodwill dance to be sponsored by the I.S.A. this evening in the Commons. p. 3 -- New coach: Selected last week as head track and football line coach, Eugene Ely comes to the university highly recommended. He is a graduate of Notre Dame and played three years on Elmer Layden's powerful aggregations. Having been granted a two-weeks leave of absence from his present position at Michigan City, Ind., high school, Ely has spent this week getting acquainted with the students and campus preparatory to assuming his new duties next September. p. 4 -- Mandle. p. 4
"W.S.S.P. - Chinese students need remember [sic] to give a few cents a week"