The Sunflower, v.49, no.06 (October 28, 1943)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.49, no.6, Wichita, Kansas, October 28, 1943. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Tally shows total of 710 -- Air crew 'pins up' Nossaman -- Five faculty attend meeting -- Work interfere with your job? -- Lewis, Browne on forum here -- Morrison gallery exhibits posters -- Whitehead new council officer -- Debate tournament to be in Lawrence -- Coins of 33 nations put on exhibition -- New professor for chemistry -- I.R. club to meet for organization -- Student aid drive is on -- Second Army test on Nov. 9 -- A possible candidate? -- Give your money--now -- Don't dilly-dally--do it! -- Grads in home front news -- Typed on a Wednesday / Joan O'Bryant -- Music group plans party --Roundabout the campus / Dukie's Ear-Line -- Y.W.C.A. delegates to attend meeting -- Pledges entertain actives at dinner -- D.O. Halloween party planned -- Spanish club plans to elect officers -- Future homes to be free from airborne virus causing colds -- Pi Kaps continue selling of bonds -- Staples will speak at El Dorado school -- Speedy application found in polio cure -- Last week to mail packages overseas -- Cens(or)less -- Nelson given Purple Heart / Emerson V. Weaver -- Bazookas speed up production of arms -- This is one female whose outfit has not changed much in year
Photograph(s): Newly elected Student Council representatives: Newly elected members of the Student Council who were elected at separate class meetings last Wednesday are pictured here. From left to right they are Bill Pierpoint, sophomore; Marjorie Purnell, junior; Bill Tevis, senior; Janice Cooper, sophomore; Bill McIntosh, junior; and Carol Whitehead; who was elected vice-president of the Student Council, Tuesday noon. p. 1 -- [Joan] O'Bryant. p. 2 -- Program chairman: Shown here is Marguerite Campbell, program chairman for Mu Phi Epsilon, the national honorary music society for women, whose fall musicale and coffee is to be held October 29 in the home of Mrs. R. M. Gouldner, 1845 Wellington Place. p. 3