The Sunflower, v.48, no.05 (October 22, 1942)

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1942-10-22
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Enrollment , Phi Upsilon Sigma , Women's Service Corps , World War II , World War, 1939-1945
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Article(s): No-Yong Park to open forum Monday night -- Student directory proof sheets to be in rotunda -- Volunteer group of coeds train -- Hammond heads Homecoming -- Education Week to be celebrated -- New wartime program given staff approval -- Megaffin, Cannon, Stoll sell bonds -- Gammas select Gay, Betty, coed -- Student Council reverses action on Homecoming -- Wichita placed high in article -- Girls to consult war work display -- Delta Omega will honor new girls at pledge dance -- Wheaties to make first appearance -- Gouldner to speak at Dames meeting -- Roundabout the campus / Malone(y)'s Baloney -- Alpha Gams will honor forty-six pledges at dance -- Former students announce dates set for weddings -- Epsilon Kappa Rho will honor pledges with annual dance -- Y.W.C.A. elects vice-president -- Alpha Gamma Gamma names new Betty Coed -- Home Ec Club will mend all uniforms -- Phi Upsilon Sigma is youngest fraternity on W.U. campus -- Negro spirituals may no longer be sung after present war -- 'Voodoo Revel' is theme of mixer -- Student Forum attendance -- Uncle Same needs your help -- Is 'yes' the right answer? -- Shocker shots / Olberding -- Austin heads chapter -- Typed on a Wednesday / Dick Gavitt -- Collegiate digest / Associated Collegiate Press -- University bulletins -- Arthur Smith is contest winner -- Government guide lists necessities for good nutrition -- With Shockers fighting for Uncle Sam -- Want in on war courses? If so, then sign up here -- Art department receives honor -- Shockers set for Ft. Riley -- Soldier power causes Wichita defense worry -- Websters prepare for grid classic -- Tennis moves toward close -- Ichabods drop lopsided game to Wichitans -- Ramblers to form intramural team -- Shocker sport sketches -- V-Mail Postal Service is now at post office for regular use -- Thick steaks for gridaters are out -- 'Canned messages' may be sent to foreign establishments -- Postponed touch football grind to start today -- Enrollment drop is 11 per cent -- College of law offers war course -- Women must now protect themselves, advises counsellor -- W.U. is invited to debate conference -- 'Yes or No' is title of play to be presented on Nov. 5, 6, 7 -- Beer is food; ice cream is confection O.P.A. ruled lately -- Mrs. Mary Pitts to fill vacancy -- Nurses' aide corps need girls -- Forum advisory board will meet -- Neal Duncan is new cashier -- Board discusses Parnassus bids -- Chips behind Coach Graham's program
Photograph(s): Forum speaker: Dr. No-Yong Park, lecturer and writer on Far Eastern affairs, will speak at the first Student Forum meeting of the year, Monday, October 26, at 8:15 p.m. in the Auditorium. p. 1 -- Homecoming head: Jim Hammond, '40, was appointed this week to head the 1942 Homecoming activities committee. He will direct all events during Homecoming Week. p. 1 -- Chairman of dance: Pat Malone is chairman of the Delta Omega Patriotic Pledge Prance, which will be held at the Crestview Country Club, Friday, October 23. She will be assisted by Anna Louise Rowan, Georgia Janes, and Dorothy Wallace. p. 2 -- Dance chairman: Marjorie Graham is chairman of the Kappa Rho pledge dance, which is to be held Saturday night at the Shirkmere ballroom. Members and guests will dance to recorded music. Delores Larsen, Doris Beaty and Priscilla Hoehle are assisting the chairman. p. 2 -- Dance chairman: Montell Dunn is the chairman of the Alpha Gamma Gamma pledge dance, which is to be held at the Broadview Hotel ballroom, Saturday evening, October 24. Assisting him is Keith Webber. p. 2 -- Representing Alpha Gamma's Betty Coed for 1942-43, Miss Suzanne Gay will be honored and feted this Saturday at the Wichita-Ft. Riley football game. Miss Gay will be escorted by Maurice Curry, vice-president of the fraternity and president of the senior class. Miss Gay will also be honored at the traditional Betty Coed dinner Saturday night following the game. p. 3 -- Dick Gavitt. p. 4 -- 1943 Parnassus cover: Barbara Shusser, advertising manager of the 1943 Parnassus, is holding up a copy of the winning cover in the yearbook cover contest. Arthur Smith, who designed the cover, and Frances Blume, editor of Parnassus, are looking at the design. p. 5 -- Coaching staff for Centaurs: Fort Riley C.R.C.T. Centaurs will be under the tutelage of the trio pictured above when they take the field against the University of Wichita Wheatshockers Saturday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. Left to right they are: Lt. Beryl Taylor, team trainer who was formerly head trainer at Iowa State College for six years; Lt. Curry "Ned" Vaughan, head coach, and a former coach and all-conference player at New Mexico Military Institute and Cumberland University; and Lt. Cling Meadows, playing line coach, who was a four-letterman at Henderson State Teachers College. p. 6 -- Fleming to be out: Al Fleming, Shocker grid star in the center position, will be out for several games as a result of injuries he suffered in the Washington University (St. Louis) game. p. 6 -- Intramural head: A.C. Bidwell, new member of the University physical education department and intramural director, was recently added to the University faculty. p. 6 -- Jack Dotson: Veteran quarterback of the Shockers eleven and a heady ball player, is likely to see much action against Fort Riley. p. 7 -- Inter-council members: (Upper left) Bill Hattan, (center) C.W. Cookson, (upper right) Eddie Costello, (middle left) Jack Adams, (middle right) Neal Potts, (lower left) Royal Watson, and (lower right) Darrell Black. p. 8
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.48, no.5 Wichita, Kansas, October 22, 1942. - 8 pages
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