The Sunflower, v.50, no.03 (October 12, 1944)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.50, no.3, Wichita, Kansas, October 12, 1944. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Foundation nears goal -- Musician killed in fall from window -- "By Waters of Minnetonka" translated into Japanese -- One-act plays to be given -- First pep convo of year is held -- Mylke announces ROTC promotions -- I.S.A. leads bond sales -- Faculty members speak at meeting -- Jan Struther speaks tonight for Student Forum audience -- Membership in YWCA soars -- Government publications are now reclassified and on display table -- Whan issues call for debate squad -- Opportunities begin now -- Register now, and vote -- A dozen years ago -- Grad active in service -- Typed on a Wednesday / Joan O'Bryant -- Sorosis pledge dance will be held Saturday -- Roundabout the campus -- Engagement is revealed -- W.U. meets Olathe Navy on Saturday -- New at the Library / Dorothea Welsh
Photograph(s): War bonds in action: These men are seasoned veterans of a shootin' war and got the first Japanese flag captured by American troops at Arawe (New Britain). / Signal Corps photograph. p. 1 -- Jan Struther, author of "Mrs. Miniver," will speak at the Commons Auditorium on the campus of the University tonight. Her subject will be "Labels and Libels." Miss Struther appears in Wichita under the auspices of the Student Forum board of the University. p. 1 -- Freshmen officers: Pictured above are the new Freshman class officers. Back row, left to right, are: Gordon Stephenson, men's student council member; and Bert Davies, president. Front row, left to right: Betty Ann Brush, freshman representative on board of publications; Maxine Wells, secretary; and Eleanor Eaton, women's student council member. Not pictured are Lester Watts, vice-president; and Walter Knocke, treasurer. p. 2 -- [Joan] O'Bryant. p. 2
Newspaper mislabeled as Vol. XLX.