The Sunflower, v.47, no.17 (January 15, 1942)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.47, no.17, Wichita, Kansas, January 15, 1942. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Crabites will speak at convo -- Students must arrange classes -- Typists needed civil service -- Flight training age limit lowered -- Campus Red Cross unit is to be started -- Instructor is made R.O.T.C. lieutenant -- Nearly two-thirds of W.U. staff now rely on auto tires -- Restrictions on radio class now are lifted -- Jenkins accepts federal appointment -- Allman will offer photography course in second semester -- Parnassus fee in full is due -- Students can complete year -- Jardine is ill -- Outstanding senior women will be chosen -- Scientists advise pilots be well fed -- Choice of coach is uncertain -- Driving permits must be secured -- More teachers demanded over Kansas this year -- State colleges seek common war programs -- Croft brings lectures -- Organizations elect officers to serve for next semester -- Survey shows fewer drive autos to school -- Allman reviews books on White -- Calm, intelligent study will raise average grade level -- Newspaper advertisers decline to support findings of research -- Typed on a Wednesday / Fred Higginson -- Shocking news - University bulletin -- Shocker shots / McAuley -- Cokes rationed too -- C.A.A. official visits on campus -- Three factors help colleges continue schedules despite war -- Northwestern plans for swift college progress -- Downtown division will aid Red Cross -- Johnson is convalescing -- American alumni council will meet -- Mikesell heads psychology class -- Plans are made to collect books -- Isely is recovering -- Over sixty million Americans have no proof of citizenship -- Students, graduates announce their engagements and marriages to be held during winter months -- Endocrinology offered -- Y.W. group plans HYM carnival ball to be February 13 -- National collegiate players initiate -- Jardines see game -- Roundabout the campus / Cattie Hattie -- National collegiate players was first organized in 1919 -- Hollywood goes to college in search of writing talent -- Strickland heads commerce sorority -- New test designed for color blindness -- Sorosis, founded in 1897, was first sorority on campus -- University Dames to have meeting -- Knowledge of mental ability scores will benefit students -- Shockers to meet S'Western / Bill Mendell -- Basketball practice begins after finals -- Gym shorts / Earline Duke -- Deadline looms for handballers -- Ping pong play ends first round -- Rifle team will compete in matches -- War augments research in lignite -- Track prospects called -- Intramurals sports play role in nation's all-out war program / Martin Perry -- W.U. rifle team, Ohio State clash -- Ely calls tennis, golf meting today -- Shockers win over Quakers -- Bowling teams go again today -- Frosh squad to meet K.U., Aggie freshmen -- War influences grades of students -- In a Shocker sports corner / Bill Hodge -- Cage opening set for Feb. 2 in intramurals
Photograph(s): Quick, Watson! The specimen bag!: Gig Gard, Dick Porter, Ted Hill, and Jim Hightower. p. 1 -- Coaching possibilities: A.R. "Monk" Edwards, left, and Ralph Graham. p. 1 -- Girls learn to knit for Red Cross: (Left to right) Kathleen Hitchner, Marilyn Sheffer, Margaret Lynd Berges, Harriet Porter, Ruth Baird, and Barbara Slusser. p. 3
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