The Sunflower, v.49, no.18 (February 10, 1944)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.49, no.18, Wichita, Kansas, February 10, 1944. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Weller, war correspondent, is forum speaker Feb. 25 -- Sorosis total is $2,350.44 -- Bruce is awarded music scholarship -- I.R.C. to discuss post-war Russia -- Convocation is postponed -- Organizations in good shape -- Play to be given March 17 and 18 -- 'Something for the Boys' to be Feb. 14 -- No corsages -- Scholarships are available -- Tipton, Larsh are honored -- H.Y.M., big event of school year, is Saturday -- Queen will be named at mixer -- Math students are in armed services -- College youth suffers shock when fountain room closes -- Slight decrease in enrollment -- Rumors - stop them! -- Insignias have meanings -- Sorority problem vital -- Keep off grass -- Grads active in service -- Typed on a Wednesday / Joan O'Bryant -- H.Y.M. dance is Saturday -- Valentine's Day isn't all it is cracked up to be -- Roundabout the campus -- 12 initiated by Rectangle -- College attendance indicates decrease -- Inventions may become the instruments of war -- Home Ec. Club will have tea -- Network wants student scripts -- NBC is conducting a symphonic survey -- Sororities pledge 35 -- Off the ramp -- American heroes / Leff -- New at the Library
Photograph(s): [Joan] O'Bryant. p. 2 -- Will fire no more: Cape Gloucester, New Britain: A Marine examines the wreckage of a Japanese dual purpose anti-aircraft gun that was ruined when the Navy bombarded the beach here to clear the way for the Marines' invasion. p. 3