The Sunflower, v.47, no.28 (April 2, 1942)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.47, no.28, Wichita, Kansas, April 2, 1942. - 4 pages
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Article(s): A.A.U.W. approves University -- Angulo plans tours to Mexico during summer -- Mikesell reports survey to academy -- Hillbrand writes magazine article -- First Parnassus copy to printer -- University debate team is affected by war -- Six members of University faculty listed in Who's Who -- Easter spirit pervades W.U. -- Stamps are available -- W.U. rifle team wins regional -- Nurse shortage is present in army -- Campus student service drive will begin Wednesday, April 8 -- Purchase books about Far East -- Speaker opens Easter week at university -- Priorities limit book supplies -- McDonald gives report at meeting -- Dennet gets position -- Cap-gown orders must be placed -- Y.M.C.A. will elect officers at noon today -- C.A.A. contributes toward army plan for huge air corps -- University to share in defense by observing MacArthur Day -- Four candidates are selected for honors in May Day festivities -- Sunflower will sponsor tourney -- Team is fourth in rifle matches -- Bicycle renaissance is noted as a result of war participation -- Financial difficulty is foreseen for many 3-year college students -- University bulletin -- Typed on a Wednesday / Fred Higginson -- Shocking news / Mandle and Jones -- Collegiate world / Associated Collegiate Press -- Shocker shots / McAuley -- Pan-Americanism anniversary will be celebrated April 11 -- Campus contract / Bob Jones -- Women grads may join A.A.U.W. -- Play to be presented -- Americans observe Easter with colored eggs; new togs -- Duerksen to judge bands -- Gammas, Sorosis win prizes for skits -- Wheaties board plans buffet supper -- University Dames elect new officers -- Roundabout the campus / Chatty Cathy -- Webster mothers honor new members -- Lynn will speak at Y.W.-Y.M. meeting -- American stylists predict 'hair is going to be shorter' -- Boys will parade suits without usual cuffs, pleats -- Downing teaches class in telegraphy -- Former and present students announce their engagements and marriages for coming spring months -- Hull is guest -- Spirit of gridsters is improving -- Gym shorts / Earline Duke -- Prints aid students -- Intramural softball teams are preparing for season's opener / Martin Perry -- Scientist predicts trip to moon soon -- Bombing Japs may cause earthquakes -- Women plan program of spring sports -- Today to see opening of track -- Gammas cinch first place in wrestling meet -- National defense bonds and stamps buy war equipment -- In a Shocker sports corner / Bill Hodge -- Phi Sigs retain bowling crown -- Morehouse aids author of book -- Canadian students may finish work at govenment expense
Photograph(s): Eggs-actly what is this?: Insufficiently impressed by the efforts of Bosco, the bunny, in producing Easter eggs, Bob Jones compares Charlie Trump's head, conceded to be the biggest egg on the campus, with one of Bosco's efforts, "I've' nothing up my sleeve but an arm." Bill Hattan has just produced Bosco from a high silk (?) hat. p. 1 -- E. Stanley Jones. p. 1 -- Shirley Bishop; Ethel Jane Myers; Jac Cady; Clement Zandler. p. 1 -- Students spend vacation on golf course: Renetta Wertz, Bob Morris, Louise Bartholomew, and Bill Hattan are watching Mildred McCoy preparing to make a hole-in-one. p. 3