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The Sunflower, v.50, no.06 (November 2, 1944)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.50, no.6, Wichita, Kansas, November 2, 1944. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Independent is Homecoming Queen: Holloway will reign as queen over Homecoming festivities -- Flight training is available to students second semester -- Student Forum talk is cancelled -- Give $1306.70 to War Chest -- Assistant gym director arrives -- President's welcome / William M. Jardine -- Night classes enrollment 200 -- Rectangle leading in bond campaign -- Chemists bring glass expert -- Scholarship award given to Skillman -- Sunflower welcomes all -- Will grads laud spirit? -- Divert a campus tragedy -- Alums plan Homecoming -- Typed on a Wednesday / Joan O'Bryant -- Alums to be entertained -- Officers chosen for French Club -- Hobson wins grant of honor women -- Roundabout the campus -- Deans' organization elcts Wilkie head -- Enraged Helen Highwater endures stranger's quotations -- What's the history of Homecoming -- "Charge" the Commons -- Minard killed in action -- Traditional Homecoming bonfire is out for duration of the war -- Alpha Tau wins forum contest -- Prexy gives students international vision -- Another war in 25 years is opinion revealed in survey -- Pigeon reign of Morrison broken after many months of tyranny -- Shocker team groomed for Homecoming game -- Intramural soccer tournament starts -- Blind student in eastern school
Photograph(s): Photograph(s): Mary Jane Mader. p. 1 -- Norma Deupree. p. 1 -- Mickey McCoy. p. 1 -- Ruth Holloway. p. 1 -- Lucile Ablah. p. 1 -- Marjorie Purnell. p. 1 -- [Joan] O'Bryant. p. 2 -- Uncaptioned photograph of Dr. H. J. Burgstahler. p. 6 -- Launch two cruisers and carrier: Philadelphia, Pa. Soundphoto. This is a general view of the crowd, a part of the fifty thousand persons that witnessed the christening of two cruisers and an aircraft carrier at the Navy Yard here. Shown in the background is the new aircraft carrier U.S.S. Antietam. p. 7 -- Wages war on tropical fungi: Chicago, Ill. - Uncaptioned photograph of Wilfred F. Horner, biology department director in the Belmont Radio laboratories, studying methods of preventing fungus growth in electronic devices manufactured for South Pacific warfare. p. 7
Newspaper mislabeled as Vol. XLX.