The Sunflower, v.47, no.04 (October 2, 1941)

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1941-10-02
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.47, no.4, Wichita, Kansas, October 2, 1941. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Allen will speak on war effort -- Art clinic holds annual meeting -- University offers films -- First noon mixer to be next week -- Shocker Party wins fourteen class offices -- Brooking is new faculty member -- Kansas will observe late Thanksgiving Day again -- Yearbook staff is selected -- Scouts, bands to feature game -- New ruling clears up college draft -- New students must take health exams -- Alford is named Wheaties Queen -- Restrictions on campus driving to be enforced -- Hillbrand reviews book -- R.O.T.C. unit's fall enrollment now totals 436 -- Library attendance up -- Whan announces convo schedule -- Alpha Taus will sponsor varsity -- Manning resigns faculty position to aid in defense -- Methodists lead in religious preference of student body -- Student Forum plans to bring celebrated speakers this year -- Jardine speaks at first convo -- Smith replaces Poort -- Student Forum opens ticket sale -- C.A.A. classes now under way -- University R.O.T.C. aids forces in drive toward national defense -- Limits might well be imposed on amounts of student activity -- Youth has many possibilities in shaping the world's progress -- Typed on a Wednesday / Fred Higginson -- Collegiate world / Associated Collegiate Press -- University bulletin -- Shocker shots / McAuley -- Alumni committees announce 'Fall Huddle' luncheon plans -- Alumni dues are coming in fast -- Commercial club to have weiner roast Tuesday -- Luncheon honors Mrs. K.V. Manning -- Matrix honors rushees at dinner party tonight -- Home ec. club will entertain freshman girls -- Roundabout the campus / Cattie Hattie -- Gamma mothers' club to meet today -- Wedding dates announced by former grads -- Websters select new house mother -- Dress saves time -- Y.W. has service of recognition -- Hugo Voth to be honored at picnic -- Shockers meet tough St. Benedict's team in stadium Friday -- Sterrett holds first practice for cage squad -- In a Shocker sports corner / Bill Hodge -- Ravens sporting fancy new colors -- Shockers lose season opener -- Gym shorts / Frances Blume -- Soccer, tennis in second week -- Mid-west takes U.S. sectional honors -- Zoology students have new methods
Photograph(s): Upperclass presidents: Newly elected executives of the three upper classes at the university, elected Friday in the first political balloting of the year on the campus are from left to right - Art Prophet, Phi Upsilon Sigma, and a member of the Shocker Party, senior president; Harold Brammer, Phi Upsilon Sigma, successful Shocker Party candidate for junior president; and Francis Hesse, Alpha Gamma Gamma, freshman class president, also a candidate of the Shocker Party. p. 1 -- Executive secretary: Bob Snider, executive secretary of the Student Forum, who announces the 1941-42 program of the forum as one of the most outstanding and interesting in many years, including celebrated authorities who will speak on topics of outstanding national and international interest. p. 1 -- New president: Grace Coleman, president of Alpha Epsilon, who will preside at the annual rush party of the club to be held October 7. p. 3 -- Wheatie Sweetie: Betty Alford, who was chosen Wheaties Sweetie by the football squad Thursday night. She will reign over all activities of the Wheaties club this year. p. 3 -- Calls practice: Jack Sterrett, head basketball coach, held the opening fall basketball practice of the year in the men's gymnasium last night. p. 4 -- End coach: Pictured above is Shocker end coach Paul Nye whose ends may play an important role against St. Benedict's Friday night. p. 4
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