The Sunflower, v.46, no.21 (February 13, 1941)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.46, no.21, Wichita, Kansas, February 13, 1941. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Only slight registration loss in view -- Downtown unit shows increase -- Parnassus contest enters final round -- Club directory to be prepared -- Lamont memorial concert will be held next week -- Physical exams scheduled soon -- F.D.R. will break jinx if he doesn't die in office / Catherine Schermuly -- Flying cadet Poe completes basic flight training -- Higgins will teach at downtown post -- Victory won by Shockers in election -- N.Y.A. students named by wall -- Beito to direct new radio work -- Bruce replaces M'Glade as new W.U. alumni aid -- Scouts augment their activities -- 75 planning for teaching career -- Four have new posts -- Odd pieces found in Mexico prove to be originals -- Colleges offer scholarships to many students -- Jardine speaks -- Contests give chance for students to use talents -- 'Bill of the Ball' to be crowned at HYM dance Friday -- Man progresses, Durant assures forum audience -- Debaters enter Oklahoma meet -- Varsity show pianist injures hand in fall -- Facing the issue -- University bulletin -- Oliver's travels -- Typed on a Wednesday / Fred Higginson -- Shocker shots / Boles -- Women's spring hats show influence of men's styles -- Wilner to announce names in new cast -- Demos will meet in Commons today -- Hillbrand talks to Neosho instructors -- Taylor teaches extension class -- Library subscribes to more magazines -- Crash victim was not W.U. instructor -- Speaks on costumes -- Grad gossip: alumni is pleased with cash response -- Y.M.-Y.W. prepare Hippodrome booth -- Former and local students tell engagement and wedding dates -- Kappa Rho gives musical rush tea -- Coeds to honor handsome young men at carnival ball tomorrow -- Student's composition is presented -- Roundabout the campus / Josie College -- Harrison speaks to club -- Institute invites group for tea -- Downing honors group with tea -- Magazine board honored at tea -- Hekhuis attends meeting -- Calendar -- Sorority mothers plan book review -- Sorority pledges honored at tea -- Delta Omega pledges elect officers -- Marrs announce birth of son -- Track team to Illinois relay meet -- Dr. Rector asserts cancer is curable -- Desperate trackmen hold young writer for ransom / Gleason Seaman -- Phi Sig bowlers continue to lead -- Cagers to play strong Hornets -- Shocker girls to Albuquerque -- Shockers lose to Southwestern -- Charley horse chatter / Bill Mandle -- Free throwing date announced -- Gym gems / Frances Blume -- Wichita five to battle Central Conference team -- Enrollment at 1,294
Photograph(s): Poe goes to Kelly: Pictured above is Flying Cadet Charles Poe who was a student on the campus last year. Mr. Poe has just completed his basic flight training at Randolph Field and will continue his studies at Kelly Field. p. 1 -- Bruce new secretary: Vivian Bruce, '39, this week replaces Blanche McGlade as secretary of the University Alumni Association, according to an announcement by Gifford Booth, Jr., president of the association. Miss McGlade has accepted employment with the Cessna Aircraft company. p. 1 -- Elliott. p. 2 -- Higginson. p. 2 -- McGlade resigns: Blance McGlade, 1940 graduate, resigned her position as secretary in the university alumni office to accept a position with the Cessna Aircraft company. All correspondence previously sent to Miss McGlade now should be addressed to Miss Vivian Bruce, who will assist in directing alumni activities and in performing other duties in the office, according to Gifford M. Booth, Jr., president of the University of Wichita Alumni Association. Miss McGlade was named secretary in the alumni office last fall and has served in that capacity until this week. p. 2 -- Shay receives advancement: Michael Shay, a 1940 graduate of the university, has been working as a clerk in the First National Bank. He has recently been promoted to the bond department of the bank. Mr. Shay was a member of the Alpha Gamma Gamma fraternity while attending the university, and also treasurer of the Newman Club. He is a graduate of the College of Business Administration. p. 2 -- Choice sorority pledges: Campus sororities recently announced the above freshmen coeds as their best all-around pledges. Selections were made on high qualities of leadership, personality, scholarship, and character. They are, front row - Lela Lortz, Delta Omega; Pauline Magruder, Epsilon Kappy Rho. Back row - Bettie Jean Givens, Sorosis; Betty Richey, Pi Kappa Psi; Mary Lou Southworth, Alpha Tau Sigma. p. 3 -- Mandle. p. 4 -- St. Benedict's College Ravens: Frank Lynch - center; Capt. Vince Corbett - guard; George Conklin - guard; Bill Anton - forward; Ollie Henning - forward; Coach Marty Peters; Jim Morrisey - center; Fred Winkler - forward. Proud possessors of the Central Intercollegiate conference football title for 1940, the St. Benedict's College Ravens of Atchison, Kas., are placing their hopes for conference basketball crown in the keen eyes and strong wrists of the men pictured above. Captaining the Ravens is flashy little Vince Corbett, a senior from Chicago. At the center post the Benedictines have Frank Lynch, Kansas City, Kas., junior, who won a place on the all-conference team last year. George Conklin, Kansas City, Kas., sophomore forward, are two other Chicagoans on the squad. In the way of capable reserves Coach Marty Peters has two good men in a pair of freshmen, Ollie Henning, a skyscraping forward, and Jim Morrisey, center. Henning is from St. Charles, Mo., while Morrisey hails from Topeka, Kas. p. 4 -- Mandle. p. 4
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The Sunflower
v.46 no.21
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