The Sunflower, v.47, no.16 (January 8, 1942)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.47, no.16, Wichita, Kansas, January 8, 1942. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Ensign training is offered -- Civil service announces tests -- Blue Key plans after-final fling -- Red Cross unit will be formed in new semester -- New refreshment dispenser installed in science building -- Elliott works in Washington on C.A.A. brief -- Christmas picture designed at university is reproduced -- Heath is to replace Hammond -- First varsity of new year to be January 9 -- Polish folk lore is being recorded -- Semester examinations scheduled for January 19-23 -- Crew seeks chirper -- Comptroller spends portion of vacation in practice blackout -- Pacific coast air schools are closed -- Schedules prepared for night classes -- Art student enlists -- Yule decorations given high praise -- Information posted on graduate study -- Deans to conduct survey -- First aid course to be offered -- Parnassus pix contest nears second deadline -- Students greet soldiers -- Lee outlines seven points for upholding civilian morale / Associated Collegiate Press -- Wright to audit treasurer's books -- Speech league to hold tourney on W.U. campus -- War posters are on display -- W.U. student joins U.S. Coast Guard -- Students prepare schedules -- W.U. art students sell own calendars -- Conservation will be resumed now as it was in World War I -- Summing up a month of war for the United States -- Typed on a Wednesday / Fred Higginson -- Shocking news / Bill Cunningham -- University bulletin -- Shocker shots / McAuley -- E.G. Lange and Paddy have lonliest job on the campus -- Wheaties contest will end Jan. 8 -- Mikesell to lecture -- Psychologist is author -- New hair dryer devised -- America's soldiers -- Shocker grads aiding in war effort -- Famous records used in teaching -- Wichita Police Department makes use of lie detector -- Plants grow in greenhouse despite winter -- Students, graduates announce their engagements and marriages in course of recent holiday season -- Pi Epsilon Delta initiates members -- Roundabout the campus / Cattie Hattie -- Alpha Epsilon to have election -- Y.W. changes meeting -- Marriages continue rapid increase over 1940 record -- Pi Kappa Psi group formed by girls from other sororities -- Music student arranges program -- Webster mothers entertain at tea -- W.U. bookstore is freshly painted -- Choosing candy in bookstore from 75 varieties is difficult -- Red Cross drive soon -- Lorance publishes two poetry volumes -- City college cage title in balance tonight -- Shocker five meet Quakers tonight to defend championship -- Faculty wins 1941 volleyball title -- Bowling teams to clash today -- New athletic director may be named soon -- Frosh prepare for cage squad -- Many sign up for ping pong matches -- Phi Sigs lead in intramural team standings -- Emporia gains win over Shocker team -- Girls must shoot rifle matches today -- Ten-year W.U.-Friends record -- In a Shocker sports corner / Bill Hodge -- Shockers lose at tournament -- Coed volleyball seeking rooters -- History reveals basketball barely missed name of 'box ball' -- Gym shorts / Frances Blume
Photograph(s): Vocalist leaves: Betty Sheridan, the "Chief Betty Officer" of the Varsity Crew, who was moved to Evanston, Ill., thereby creating a vacancy in her former position of vocalist for the organization. p. 1 -- Cadets practice precision flying: Speeding through the air in his low wing monoplane, this Flying Cadet at Randolph Field, Texas, is one of 410 to complete the basic phase of their flight training at the "West Point of the Air." p. 3 -- Sophomore guard: Johnny Hyndman. p. 4 -- Shocker forward: Don Hollar. p. 4