The Sunflower, v.48, no.12 (December 17, 1942)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.48, no.12, Wichita, Kansas, December 17, 1942. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Y.M.-Y.W. will present convo on Wednesday -- Symphony to be presented Friday -- Sixty blood donors respond to request -- Willis, LeCocq win pix contest -- Yuletide varsity is December 18 in women's gym -- Pre-registration to begin soon -- Gas ration coupons to be endorsed -- Government will not close colleges -- Offer training to R.O.T.C. men -- Reports received on C.P.T. grads -- Parnassus senior pictures are to be taken January 4 to 9 -- Library to close during vacation -- Blue Key votes to scuttle self for 'duration' -- Debate squad places in Texas -- Wheaties attend basketball games -- Roundabout the campus / Malone(y)'s Baloney -- Home Ec Club will initiate pledges -- Young Demos will hold noon meeting -- 'Blue Serenade' is theme of I.S.A. Christmas dance -- Christmas party to be at Allman's -- Pi Alpha Pi will entertain with informal dance -- Omega Upsilon is honored at dinner -- Students request 'cut' policy -- War at Christmas time -- Sacrifices make democracy -- Shocker shots / Olberding -- Ex-coach is training officer -- Typed on a Wednesday / Dick Gavitt -- Collegiate digest -- University bulletins -- Shockers meet Aggies Friday -- Reserve special student section -- John Olmstead to Navy soon -- Women's sports / Mary Frances Jameson -- Shockers meet Oklahoma A&M Friday in gym -- Sale of bonds, stamps is high -- I.R.C. to discuss post-war planning -- Elliott is delegate to C.A.A. meeting -- Krueger, Bloch, Wright on forum -- First symphony concert is given -- Test to be given medical students
Photograph(s): Parnassus pix winners: Marjorie LeCocq, Alpha Tau Sigma, and Robert Willis, Men of Webster, have been named Picture Prince and Princess for the 1943 Parnassus, it was announced Wednesday. p. 1 -- Santa Claus goes off to war. p. 3 -- [Dick] Gavitt. p. 6 -- Walling receives wings: Cadet Robert J. Walling, '39, received his silver pilot's wings at the Army Air Force Gulf Coast Training Center December 13. p. 8