The Sunflower, v.47, no.09 (November 6, 1941)

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1941-11-06
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Black students
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.47, no.9, Wichita, Kansas, November 6, 1941 - 4 pages
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Article(s): Archduke Otto will be speaker for Student Forum -- Geology classes take field trips -- Creative writing club is scheduled to meet next week -- Whock to refund box lunch money -- Snider announces winner of Student Forum ticket sale -- Student directory contains several improved features -- Convo is canceled -- Smith designs winning cover -- Scabbard, Blade announces choice of 16 new pledges -- Canadians will debate topic of U.S. war entry -- Pelzel to review book at Roosevelt -- Independents are to have pix made -- Former university students now share in national service -- Esquire's Petty will judge queen contest at K.S.T.C. -- Brode to give lectures Friday -- Many Negroes are enrolled in college -- Charles is selected Honorary Colonel by unit cadet officers -- Novel operetta to be offered in December -- Students journey to Emporia for Saturday game -- Jardine to speak -- Our heads are bloody, b'golly, but still unbowed -- Contribute freely to the Community Chest and Red Cross -- Is Burns right in saying, "A man's a man for a'that?" -- Typed on a Wednesday / Fred Higginson -- Shocking news -- University bulletin -- Shocker shots / McAuley -- University's oldest student has attended school for 60 years -- Chiuminatto is named professor -- Downtown faculty social -- Grads are planning Topeka chapter -- Grads return for homecoming -- Former and present students announce engagements, weddings held during fall summer -- Roundabout the campus / Cattie Hattie -- I.S.A. group plans November mixer -- Men of Webster plan barn dance -- Camera contest to select picture prince and princess -- Wheaties will have chili supper -- Club to have review -- I.S.A. girls hear talk about novel flower arrangement -- Staples entertains artists, decorators -- Delta Omega feted by alumnae group -- Girls' glee club will broadcast -- Shockers leave for Emporia / Bill Mendell -- Emporia Hornets have fine record -- In a Shocker sports corner / Bill Hodge -- Hockey game ends in tie Monday -- Sterrett drills cage team on ball handling -- Shockers lose close contest -- Websters take football lead -- Rain spoils golf games -- Professional women golfers to appear on campus -- Special price set for Emporia game -- Ice skating class opens for women -- Gym shorts / Frances Blume -- Freshman team may strengthen Shockers in '42 / Gene Strinke -- Intramural tennis matches advance to semi-final rounds
Photograph(s): Archduke Otto: His Imperial Highness, the Archduke Otto, eldest son of the late Emporer Karl and Empress Zita of Austria-Hungary, who will address the Student Forum tomorrow night at 8:15 in the University Auditorium. p. 1 -- Editor congratulates winner: Phil McVey, right, is congratulating Arthur Smith, left, a University junior, upon his selection as winner of the Parnassus cover design contest. p. 1 -- Honorary Colonel: Miss Betty Ruth Charles. / photo by Rogers. p. 1 -- [Fred] Higginson. p. 2 -- Parnassus picture candidates: (standing left to right) Margie Ryan, Jerry Israel, Warren Tomlinson, Pete Armstrong who is standing in for Ted Shidler, Betty Greene, Charles Karraker. (Seated, left to right) Glennis Betz, Virginia Blackburn, and Betty Dunn. Olin Hassler was unable to be present when the picture was made. p. 3 -- Party chairman: Bob Mallonee. p. 3 -- Ready to seat: Quarterback Jack Dotson, handicapped in recent practice sessions by an injured leg, has been pronounced ready to go against Emporia Saturday. p. 4
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University of Wichita
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The Sunflower
v.47 no.9
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