The Sunflower, v.47, no.20 (February 5, 1942)

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1942-02-05
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Article(s): Sagendorph will lecture tonight on Student Forum -- Hekhuis makes labor survey -- Science students likely be deferred -- Barred from Palomar -- Army revises pilot regulations -- Riding club elects three new officers -- Air hostess shortage makes more applications necessary -- Fee deadline is set for Feb. 10 -- Prophet names committees for senior activities -- Sinus trouble is developed by fad of hatlessness -- Mathematics head is program chairman -- Hillbrand is queen -- Navy has new reserve class -- Speech programs keyed to war effort -- Extension unit celebrates ten years of work -- Pin symbolizes American unity -- Haymaker is in hospital -- Enrollment hits downward trend -- R.O.T.C. to learn special weapons -- New scholarship requirements now in effect -- Missing witness is believed to be university student -- Faculty members meet in Topeka -- College students are urged to take civil service tests -- Hesse is called into service with United States Army -- Wilkie goes to Kansas Women's Council meeting -- Campbell writes story -- Mystery play set for March -- Mikesell offers downtown class -- What the government buys with your defense bond money -- Liberal arts students are important cogs in defense -- Birthday of Kansas reveals she has lived up to her motto -- Typed on a Wednesday / Fred Higginson -- Shocking news -- University bulletin -- Shocker shots / McAuley -- New time to send students to first class before sun-up -- Paper shortage will not affect publishing industry -- Average American college does not turn out radicals / Associated Collegiate Press -- Riflemen begin new area match -- Hillbrand's plans credited in book -- Shocker and Jayhawker alumni meet -- Students are enthusiastic over 'Moon' Parnassus dance -- Professor advises against 'human alarm clocks' -- Students, graduates, announce their engagements and marriages to be held during winter months -- Roundabout the campus / Chatty Cathy -- Pi Alpha Pi was organized at end of 1915 school year -- Girls used to get bargains at date bureau - but no more / Josephine Rice -- I.S.A. entertains Independent girls -- Girls' pep club reorganizing board -- Kappa Delta Pi initiates members -- Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority holds tea -- Sororities conclude courtesy week with formal initiation services Sunday afternoon, February 8 -- Epsilon Kappa Rho entertains at tea -- Art club holds initiation services -- Webster mothers hear book review -- Washburn, Emporia to play W.U. -- In a Shocker sports corner / Bill Hodge -- Shockers split; win, lose game -- Ping-pong matches to be postponed -- Basketball opens on intramural program tonight -- War may hurt minor sports -- Four lettermen will spark 1942 WU track hopes -- Skating club meets -- Varsity crew to play -- Chili party for rifle club -- Physical education majors may have part in training draftees / Roy Taylor -- Archery club will enter tournament -- Gym shorts / Earline Duke -- Girls' basketball practice is started
Photograph(s): To address forum: Kent Sagendorph. p. 1 -- Parnassus queen: Heloise Hillbrand. p. 1 -- Council president leaves: Paul Hesse. p. 1 -- Step up and buy your tickets to HYM: (Left to right) Carol Whitehead, Wynema Fitts, Louise Keller, Eleanor Beth Myers, Mildred McCoy, and Mary Baker. p. 3 -- His country calls: Answering his country's call to the armed forces, Paul Hesse, talented Shocker forward, will play his final college basketball game Friday night when the Shockers meet the Washburn University Ichabods in the W.U. gymnasium. Coach Sterrett has labeled the game "Paul Hesse Night." p. 4 -- Leading scorer: Gene Yeoman. p. 4
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.47, no.20, Wichita, Kansas, February 5, 1942. - 4 pages
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