The Sunflower, v.46, no.31 (April 24, 1941)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.46, no.31, Wichita, Kansas, April 24, 1941. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Next convo to present Californian -- Duerksen plans spring concert for two bands -- Art director to speak -- College boys will be able to get jobs this summer -- Colonel Hammond ordered to W.U. -- Wheaties elect Hartman to be new president -- Lewis to direct dance symphony -- Six teaching posts filled by university -- 'Gay Nineties' to be theme of May Day -- Business men's group to direct speech contest -- Y.W. to observe Go-to-Church day -- Eastern leader will speak for commencement -- Two more W.U. boys get wings at Texas field -- Rydjord to present volume of essays -- Check-up of R.O.T.C. unit opens today -- Michaels takes over Branson's political office -- Students visit here -- Five outstanding women named to 1941 honor group -- Tuttle begins training -- Campaign to aid China nets $120 on W.U. campus -- Facing the issue -- University bulletin -- Oliver's travels -- Collegiate world / Associated Collegiate Press -- Shocker shots / Boles -- Typed on a Wednesday - Symphony lays unusual all-American selections / Fred Higginson -- Scabbard, Blade elect officers -- Grad gossip: grads of Dodge City form alumni club -- Y.W. to install cabinet officers at spring dinner -- Journalism groups plan annual dinner -- Roundabout the campus / Josie College -- Sorosis group will entertain dads at dinner -- Delta Omega girls plan tea bridge -- Aesculapius plans steak fry today -- Education group pictured -- Sorority honors guests at party -- Delta Omega holds parents banquet -- I.S.A. members to give annual student dance -- Students attend state conference -- Palmer on committee -- Morgan selected 'Wheatie Sweetie' by pep group -- Edward Blood in Texas -- Four Munies to leave for Drake relays -- Tennis, horseshoes enter second round -- Gym gems / Frances Blume -- American coeds are more serious today -- Local trackmen lose dual meet -- 70 representatives attend 'Play Day' -- Softball teams battle to gain '41 season lead -- Shocker netmen, golfers winning -- Speech department given two awards -- Charley horse chatter / Bill Mandle -- University students to direct broadcast -- Intramural golf to begin May 9 -- Hollowell is guest director of concert -- Catalogues in office
Photograph(s): New officers govern Wheaties: Newly-elected officers of Wheaties, women's pep organization, were announced last Friday night at the Wheaties all-school dance. They are Eleanor Fair, secretary; Harriet Porter, vice president; Tommie Hartman, president; Dottie Gucker, sergeant-at-arms; and Ruth Baird, treasurer. p. 1 -- Commencement speaker: Dr. Henry Neuman, New York educator, will address 1941 graduates at the commencement exercises here June 3. Ceremonies will be held in the university auditorium. p. 1 -- Johnson. p. 1 -- Davis. p. 1 -- Nan Briggs. p. 1 -- Lula Randall -- Josephine Rice -- Betty Jane Roberts -- Alberta Zimmerman -- Elliott. p. 2 -- Higginson. p. 2 -- Uncaptioned photograph of Bernard Downing. p. 2 -- Diamond teaching: Stanley Diamond, '39, has been doing graduate work at Duke University and has been notified that he is to receive a teaching fellowship there. p. 2 -- President-elect: Norma Webb, junior, will be installed as president at the Y.W.C.A. installation banquet to be held April 30 in the Pine Room of the Commons. Other cabinet appointments will also be announced at that time. p. 3 -- 'Wheaties Sweetie': Ruth Morgan, senior, was chosen to reign over the Wheaties dance for having sold the most tickets to the dance for her sorority, Sorosis. p. 3 -- Best dressed: Max McConachie, junior, has been chosen B.D.O.C. (Best Dressed on Campus) by a committee composed of sorority presidents. p. 3 -- Shocker hurdler: One of the more promising members of the Shocker track squad this year is Cloise Caldwell, whose specialty is the 120 yard high hurdles. Caldwell is from Hutchinson Junior College where he was considered one of the outstanding prospects of the Juco track team. He holds the state junior college record in the high hurdles and is one of the bright spots on Coach Sterrett's Shocker cindermen. p. 4 -- Blume. p. 4 -- Mandle. p. 4
"Remember the journalism banquet Thursday MAy 8, but your tickets now!"