The Sunflower, v.48, no.09 (November 19, 1942)

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1942-11-19
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , World War II , World War, 1939-1945 , Swap-Rides campaign , Wartime courses
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Article(s): 'Swap-rides' plan is organized: Gas rationing group works on new idea -- Seversky will speak on forum next Wednesday -- Parnassus picture contest deadline is extended one week -- 'Compacts for bullets' slogan for 'Y' scrap drive this week -- K.U. courses held in Library -- R.O.T.C. unit names 111 to new positions -- New men begin C.P.T. training -- Student prints through college -- Survey of campus automobiles made -- Woman's part in war outlined -- Roundabout the campus / Malone(y)'s Baloney -- Sullivan to play for varsity Nov. 27 -- Cleaves will speak to University Dames -- Most girls do not eat properly in their first year of college -- Seversky will be honored at dinner by forum board -- Elliott attends CAA emergency meeting -- Students reveal marriage dates -- Students reveal marriage dates -- W.R.A. initiates twenty-two girls at dinner tonight -- Young Democrats will reorganize -- Epsilon Kappa Rho names this semester's pledge group -- I.S.A. girls will have dance Nov. 20 in Henrion Gym -- Matrix members to have steak fry -- Webster parents honored at dinner -- Wows is newly-formed group of women ordnance workers -- Hekhuis speaks to Y.W.C.A. members -- College students must conserve gas -- What's wrong with this picture? -- Looking back at election -- Education for free men -- Shocker shots / Olberding -- Membership campaign underway -- Typed on a Wednesday / Dick Gavitt -- Collegiate digest / Associated Collegiate Press -- University bulletins -- O.D.T. requests vacation shift -- Physical training class will start -- With Shockers fighting for Uncle Sam -- President Jardine issues report -- R.O.T.C. will have battalion parade -- Educators plan war program -- Jardine to open I.R.C. meetings -- Eye-witness describes sneak Jap attack at Pearl Harbor -- Two 'turkey day' battles set: Shocker opponent on Thanksgiving Day is Utah State Aggies -- War to affect coaching - Allen -- Colgate University pools automobiles -- Utah State coach has good record -- Winter sports take spotlight -- Gamma, Webster grid squads meet on Thanksgiving -- Wichita defeats Mound Builders [sic] in wild game -- Sports / Martin N. Perry -- Handball opens in intramurals -- Women's sports / Mary Frances Jameson -- Tennis champ to be decided -- Phi Sigs annex touch football title Monday -- Navy, Marines seek officers -- Physical therapy aides are needed -- Delta Sigma Rho names pledges -- Advanced meteorology course planned for aviation cadets -- Students give up Cokes, smokes, and candy for soldiers
Photograph(s): Student Forum speaker: Maj. Alexander P. de Seversky, internationally known airplane designer and author of the book, "Victory Through Air Power," will speak before the Student Forum Wednesday, November 25 at the East High School Auditorium, starting at 8:15 p.m. p. 1 -- Home Economic members are doing a war service: Members and pledges of the Home Economics Club are aiding the present war program by mending uniforms of the R.O.T.C. and C.P.T. Meetings of the club are held regularly to perform this war service. Those wielding needles on uniforms are from left to right around the table: Eleanor Bingham, Ruth Ann Heller, Helen Boyan, Annie Pauline Gingrich and Carolyn Johnson. p. 2 -- Dance chairman: Eileen Friend is social chairman of the I.S.A. dance which will be given Friday, November 20, in the Henrion Gym. p. 3 -- Dick Gavitt. p. 4 -- "Frontenac" on the rampage: Bill "Frontenac" Moriconi, 185 pound veteran guard, is one of the main reasons that opponents have been hard put to gain through the Shocker line this season. Bill is a senior and will be playing his last game for Wichita on Thanksgiving Day. He is now in the Naval Reserve. His home is at Frontenac, Kansas. He won his letter last year and was a regular, one of the three returning this year. p. 6 -- Forensic pledges: Jim Noone, top, and John Megaffin, below, have been named as pledges of Delta Sigma Rho, national honorary forensic society of the University. Both Noone and Megaffin are juniors. p. 8
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.48, no.9, Wichita, Kansas, November 19, 1942 - 8 pages
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