The Sunflower, v.48, no.23 (March 18, 1943)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.48, no.23, Wichita, Kansas, March 18, 1943. - 4 pages

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Article(s): 'Shocker Service Show' will be given Monday -- Students to give recitals on Sunday -- Civil service posts are open -- Search for campus talent is made -- Student service drive to begin next Tuesday -- Summer school to begin early -- Capacity crowds see comedy here -- Enlisted reserves receive orders for active duty in April -- What our trainees think of Wichita, its campus, people -- 298 C.P.T. trainees finish work here -- $11,000 is sold in bonds, stamps -- New teachers are on faculty -- War brings world closer -- Are we doing our part? -- Student fund provides relief -- Shocker shots / Olberding -- Alumni starts drive for dues -- Typed on a Wednesday / Joan O'Bryant -- University bulletins -- Collegiate digest / Associated Collegiate Press -- Dinner dance of Alpha Gams will be at Broadview -- Matrix members entertain alumnae -- Pledges present talent program -- Second semester pledges announced by organization -- Roundabout the campus / Graham's Slams -- Wheaties elect officers Tuesday -- New Army, Navy college program is open to men -- Air Corps men skip 'sick call' / Pvt. Theodore R. Blair -- Trainee life at W.U. -- Library arranges new hour schedule -- Trainees' relatives visit on campus / Pvt. Robert Rickert -- Air Corps plans social activities / Pvt. Adelbert Beard -- Student, faculty express opinions of Air Corps boys / Pvt. Donald W. Sanders -- Star basketball team is chosen
Photograph(s): Orchestra leader: Chuck Foster, widely known band leader, will appear with his orchestra in the University Auditorium, Monday evening, March 22. He will present the first program in the series of "Shocker Service Hours," which will be presented weekly on the campus. p. 1 -- Joan O'Bryant. p. 2
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