The Sunflower, v.46, no.32 (May 1, 1941)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.46, no.32, Wichita, Kansas, May 1, 1941. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Blair, Hesse enter hot campaign for council presidency -- Group discusses food in defense -- Whan to attend meeting -- R.O.T.C. receives eleventh rating for excellence -- Six to teach in Kansas schools -- Seven men pledged to science society -- Coalitions will name candidates -- Nash is first in speech contest -- Peace institute to be June 10-19 -- Rydjord scheduled for three speeches -- Sophomore has French records of grandfather -- Medical exams to be given to R.O.T.C. officers -- Cadets assigned to U.S. Infantry -- New 'names' for summer school -- School groups visit -- Schedule of '41 May Day is disclosed -- Four graduates receive awards -- Thirteen junior men named as 1941 pledges of Blue Key, national honor fraternity -- Fine arts group assists churches -- Hillbrand to attend national conference -- Facing the issue -- University bulletin -- Oliver's travels -- Collegiate world / Associated Collegiate Press -- Shocker shots / Boles -- Typed on a Wednesday - America becomes major wine producing country / Fred Higginson -- Allen wins high honors in rifle -- Dramatic sorority will present plays -- Grad gossip: California alumni chapter holds picnic -- Students aid in annual contest -- D.O.s to honor queen of May at semi-formal -- Music students to give concert -- Gouldner prize to be given at banquet May 8 -- Medical fraternity honors five pledges -- Rhodes entertains junior dance club -- Roundabout the campus / Josie College -- May Day festivities at old Fairmount were typical of old-fashioned outings -- Y.W.C.A. cabinet is revealed at annual banquet -- 'Y' group to send 10 to conference -- Colophon to give picnic for Matrix -- Calendar -- String ensemble to give concert -- Musicians give program -- Military group to honor dates at formal dance -- Phi Sig fraternity plans stag party -- French club to meet -- Outdoor wedding goes on in spite of bad weather -- Nine games on Shocker '41 schedule -- Golfers, tennis men win matches -- Hillbrand to speak -- Class softball rivalry renewed -- Three softball teams lead in early returns -- Vandals win title in women's swimming -- Fish discover interesting facts about W.U. faculty / Mandle-Jones -- Gym gems / Frances Blume -- Trackmen meet Pittsburg May 3 -- Minisa will perform -- Gammas lead in spring sports -- Archery, golf will finish sports year -- Intramural golf is last 1941 sport
Photograph(s): Lee Roy Rileyp 1 -- Robert Allen. p. 1 -- Jack Coleman. p. 1 -- Paul Hesse. p.1 -- Gilleran Kendrick. p. 1 -- Max McConachie. p. 1 -- Bob Snider. p. 1 -- Lloyd Blair. p. 1 -- Richard Dickey. p. 1 -- Bob Hollowell. p. 1 -- Tom Kinkaid. p. 1 -- Art Prophet. p. 1 -- Clement Zandler. p. 1 --- Elliott. p. 2 -- Higginson. p. 2 -- Lewis makes plans. p. 2 -- Dance chairman: Miss Mary Jane Merrill, who is general chairman of the Delta Omega Black and White dance. The dance, honoring the May Queen, is May 3 in the university gymnasium. p. 3 -- Blume. p. 4
"Who'll win the Gouldner Award, find out at the journalism banquet."