The Sunflower, v.48, no.07 (November 5, 1942)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.48, no.7, Wichita, Kansas, November 5, 1942 - 8 pages
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Article(s): R.O.T.C. officers are announced this morning -- Art Week to be November 1 to 7 -- Student Forum season ticket sale winners are announced -- Seven faculty members speak -- Students must exchange tickets -- W.U. directory goes on sale first of week -- Fields of wartime employment for women available -- Kansas editorial group to convene -- Pictures to be made downtown -- Forum board to meet tonight -- Parnassus picture contest is to end Tuesday, December 1 -- University play is to be given Nov. 5, 6 and 7 -- Staples to speak to art division -- Women between ages of 18-65 may be drafted to aid in war -- Aesculapius group will have meeting -- Roundabout the campus / Malone(y)'s Baloney -- Continuity writer speaks to Writan -- Recent marriages are announced by students of W.U. -- Y.W.C.A. to have state conference -- Pi Kappa Psi was established in 1922 as a literacy society -- Alpha Tau Sigma to introduce new pledges at dance -- Katherine Hogue heads coed band -- Websters to have founders day stag -- British girls take over radio broadcasts and control rooms -- Matrix will hold pledging services -- Don't wait - buy a stamp now -- Who said "praise the lord..."? -- Criticism essential to liberty -- Shocker shots / Olberding -- Alumni service flag presented -- Typed on a Wednesday / Dick Gavitt -- University bulletins -- Wilner presents series of plays -- Mikesell receives outstanding honor -- Cocker spaniel is dance mascot for downtown division -- Plans are made for chest drive -- Irwin to discuss photography here -- Civilian defense needs helpers -- With Shockers fighting for Uncle Sam -- WAVES begin officers training -- Wheatshocker squad battles Emporia State in stadium Saturday -- Alpha Gams win over semi-pros -- Tulsa tops ranks of unbeaten teams -- Mark 40 years of rivalry here -- Do pros outclass Wichita Shockers? -- Shocker cage practice starts -- Wildcat eleven humbled before Shocker grads -- Pittsburg heads C.I.C. conference -- Phi Sig is only unbeaten touch football squad -- Missouri's Steuber leads grid scorers of entire country -- Sports / Martin N. Perry -- Students harvest much-needed crops -- Lucky pass keeps long record good -- Tennis matches end this week -- Warwick is named to captain squad -- Night students number 250 -- Leroy Strong is given a degree -- Fourteen C.P.T. boys go to Texas -- Jameson is new member of board -- College car owners can alter driving habits, says Jeffers -- Lieutenant Dunn is transferred -- Kansas Library group meets -- Students day is world celebration -- Palmer attends Topeka meeting -- Moore presents baton performance at football game -- Sorosis, Pi Alphs chosen winner -- Hillbrand talks at teachers' meeting
Photograph(s): Sievers goes to Army: Dr. Clement H. Sievers, assistant professor in the department of psychology, received orders last week to report to Omaha, Neb., on November 4 and it is understood that he will be assigned to some phase of the psychological service in connection with Army organization. p. 1 -- Play director: Prof. George D. Wilner will direct the University Players in their first dramatic production of the year, "Yes or No," to be presented November 5, 6 and 7, in the University Auditorium. p. 1 -- Raincoats worn whether raining or not: Natural gabardine raincoats, flats, anklets and fatigue hats may be seen on any collegiate campus thoroughfare. Typical of W.U. is this foursome snapped while walking across the campus. Weather does not influence their choice, particularly. p. 2 -- Dance chairman: Betty Hannah is chairman of the Alpha Tau Sigma pledge dance, which is to be held at Crestview Country Club on November 5. Al Sullivan's band will play. Her committee includes Mary Lou Shewey, Mary Kay Funke, and Virginia Crosswhite. p. 3 -- Dick Gavitt. p. 4 -- Pledges eat pudding: Three unhappy fraternity pledges, above, are making a noble effort to remove some chocolate pudding topped with meringue from the dishes before them. The object is to remove the pudding, it doesn't matter whether it goes on the outside of the face or inside the mouth. p. 5 -- Emporia co-captains: Leading the hustling Emporia State Teachers College football team this year are two co-captains. They are, left, Curtis Fischer, of LeRoy, Kan., and Bernard Taylor, of Colby. p. 6 -- May start Saturday: When the Emporia State Hornets clash with the University Wheatshockers in the University Stadium this Saturday at 2 p.m. they may find Fred "Tuffy" Robinson opposing them in the blocking back position. p. 7 -- Pi Alphs win Homecoming prize: Beneath a "V" made of corn stalks lay the representation of a Kansas State player bearing the sign "Here lies the body of a K-State Wildcat." / photo by Weigand. p. 8 -- Sorosis wins Homecoming prize: The victory roundup theme was carried out in their design of a Kansas State player and a W.U. player roping Hitler, Mussolini, and Hirohito in front of a big V. / photo by Weigand. p. 8