The Sunflower, v.47, no.07 (October 23, 1941)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.47, no.7, Wichita, Kansas, October 23, 1941. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Parnassus opens new pix contest -- Pilot attends C.A.A. meeting -- Beard growers granted reprieve -- Production date is changed for 'The Contrast' -- College students diet consists mainly of Cokes and candy -- Beito goes into naval lake post -- Scouts' circus to be Oct. 25-26 -- Ver Wiebe to Denver -- First play cast included only two upper classmen -- Thanksgiving to be celebrated at W.U. on traditional date -- Community chest drive starts soon -- Kansas editors meet on campus this week-end -- Griffin fills place vacated by Fischer -- Nydegger to teach -- Wilner reviews play -- Scabbard, Blade Day celebrated -- Booster trip will be made in private cars -- Physics students have third professor of new school year -- Webb to rule festivities of homecoming -- Minesa group rehearses -- Students now total 1,345 here -- Practical art classes offered -- Richey is elected head of coed band -- Bigger and better beards is order -- Non-fiction: 'Lost in the Woods' or 'Common Sense to the Rescue' -- How much has your valuation of yourself moved up - or down? -- Hoover's plan to aid children would give help to Hitler's aims -- Typed on a Wednesday / Fred Higginson -- Shocking news / Eds and guest eds -- Shocker shots / McAuley -- One cold in 30 years: that's unusual record of Prof. Wright -- Alumni in for big day Nov. 1 -- Graduate dies -- Pi Kaps preside at faculty coffee -- Dinner is held to honor Thompson -- Alpha Tau Sigma to honor pledges at novel dance -- Books displayed in reference room -- Roundabout the campus / Cattie Hattie -- Y.M. discusses peace versus war -- Alpha Gam dance honors pledges, Betty Coed -- Girls to order sweaters -- Kappa Rhos name nine new pledges -- Elliotts are guests -- Webster mothers to have benefit -- Dayton Flyers will seek first win over Shockers Saturday -- Wheaties' sweaters require deposits -- Football opens on intramural program today -- Faculty golf play continues -- Gym shorts / Frances Blume -- Basketball attracts five new players -- Shockers held to 7-7 tie by Washburn team -- In a Shocker sports corner / Bill Hodge
Photograph(s): Bieto to Navy: Professor E.A. Beito, of the University mathematics department, who has gone to Chicago to assume his new duties as a lieutenant-commander in the U.S. Navy. p. 1 -- New directory is inspected: Here are Helen Drugan and Judy Mullins, advertising managers of the 1941-42 Student Directory, looking over the results of their efforts. p. 1 -- Cast of 'The Contrast': Members of the cast of "The Contrast," first production of the year by the University dramatic department, are pictured above. Only two upper classmen are included in the group who are preparing fpr their "first night" Wednesday Oct. 20. From left to right, first row: Mickey McCoy, Julianne Weaver, Jane Patton and Gertrude Greenberg. Back row: David Ray Mackey, Kenneth Bailey, Marlin Williams, George Davidson and Jack Chester. / photo by Knox. p. 1 -- Homecoming queen: Norma Webb, Pi Kappa Psi. p. 1 -- [Fred] Higginson. p. 2 -- Dance chairman: Mildred Lundy. p. 3 -- Party chairman: Keith Webber. p. 3 -- Likely starter: Highly regarded by the Dayton coaching staff, triple-threat star, Joe Quinn, is likely to start at right halfback for the Flyers against the Shockers here next Saturday afternoon. p. 4