The Sunflower, v.47, no.19 (January 29, 1942)

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1942-01-29
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.47, no.19, Wichita, Kansas, January 29, 1942. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Luncheon is planned by alumni -- [Ineligible] students complete work as semester ends -- New leadership course offered -- Blue Key to collect 'Mile o' Dimes' -- All Extension Division classes begin on Feb. 2 -- Lewis to speak to night classes -- Former graduate to teach art class -- Picture contest continues -- Girls are added to military band -- Donahue's band ranks high in nation -- Coed band to play at basketball game -- Sagendorph will be next tudent forum speaker -- Rubinoff, the artist, is known by all too few of his admirers / John Mitchell -- Parnassus queen will be selected at coronation ball -- Reed to replace Lengel as instructor -- N.Y.A. reduces aid to students -- C.A.A. school has 95 students -- Idea of union of the Americas should be continued after the crisis -- Curtailment of commodities calls on people's sense of humor -- Synthetic rubber could change Kansas to an industrial state -- Typed on a Wednesday / Fred Higginson -- Shocking news -- University bulletin -- Shocker shots / McAuley -- Young Republicans meet -- Morehouse calls tankmen -- Girls select candidates for 'Bill of the Ball' -- Alpha Gamma Gamma is largest campus fraternity -- Dramatic group to install officers -- Roundabout the campus / Chatty Cathy -- Dinner to honor queen candidates -- Sororities name Pan Hell officers -- I.S.A. to hold installation service -- The Commons celebrates fifth year -- Shockers clash with Kansas U.; Quakers -- Shockers will seek upset win against Jayhawkers Monday / Bill Mendell -- Ely urges more men report for track -- Intramural cage play will start on February 5 -- Frosh meet Aggies in prelim tonight -- In a Shocker sports corner / Bill Hodge -- Big schedule looms on cinder path this spring -- W.U.-F.U. cage game is tonight -- Activity tickets good for K.U. game -- Newman club meet -- Ping-pong Friday
Photograph(s): Contestants submit snapshot entries: In the above layout, first semester highlights captured by the contestants' cameras include scenes of homecoming events, football games, pledgeship, and other happenings which featured the university's fall and winter seasons. p. 1 -- Names in the 'Name Band': Al Donahue (left), Jean Gordon, and Phil Brito. p. 1 -- Parnassus editor: Phil McVey. p. 1 -- Commons ringleaders: Students, faculty and Wichita business firms join in congratulating Miss Gladys Sissel and her staff with best wishes for the continuing success of the Commons. p. 3
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