The Sunflower, v.47, no.30 (April 16, 1942)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.47, no.30, Wichita, Kansas, April 16, 1942. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Millikan will speak to Forum -- Croft prepares defense course -- Mathmaticians meet at Friends -- May Day will be celebrated on campus May 1 -- Offer physical course next fall -- Snyder, Randle are on honor list -- Federal inspection will begin Monday -- W.S.S.F. drive to end Friday -- Navy V-7 class will close May 1 -- R.O.T.C. band is to present spring concert -- Classes changed for concert convo -- City of Wichita to mark anniversary -- Nine outstanding seniors are named to 1942 honor groups; Scholarship, leadership, and character recognized -- University bridge players compete in national tournament -- Clean-up week is observed in Wichita -- MacArthur stamp drive nets $1,013.60 -- Chess entries are due Monday -- District music festival will be held on campus -- Medical schools to admit students -- Neff attends meeting -- All world may soon read report of 'how we're doing' -- Increased overtime work does not solve production problems -- Collegiate world / Associated Collegiate Press -- Typed on a Wednesday / Fred Higginson -- Shocking news -- Shocker shots / McAuley -- Completion of new stadium to forge link in campus chain -- Jefferson hailed as versatile chief executive -- Funeral services held for Farner -- Wilner to attend speech convention -- Denison to head Hutchinson alumni -- New Y.M.C.A. officers named Tuesday morning -- University Dames to meet Thursday -- Roundabout the campus / Chatty Cathy -- Catholic group will meet tonight -- Annual journalism picnic to be held -- Alumnae group gives Sunday tea -- I.R.C. to hold Pan-American dinner -- Independent girls plan picnic Tuesday -- Sorosis to give musical style show -- Y.M.C.A. members will meet on Friday -- Pep club to entertain boys at dance in gym -- Independent girls to present fashions -- Journalism banquet committees named -- Military group plans dinner-dance -- W.U. track team to compete in 20th annual K.U. relays -- Boxing is out as intramural sport -- Finish spring football work -- Strong teams will tangle in league softball -- Gym shorts / Earline Duke -- Preview and review of sports / Bill Mendell -- Shockers lose dual track meet -- Netmen to leave for St. Louis
Photograph(s): Forum speaker: Walter A. Millikan, reknowned physicist and former Nobel Prize winner, who will address the University Student Forum Wednesday night, April 22, in the University Auditorium at 8:15. p. 1 -- Ready for inspection: Caught by the Sunflower cameraman just as they have completed assembling a .30 caliber machine gun are Cadet Sergeants Bob Hudson, Jack Maloney, and Harold Brammer. p. 1 -- Shirley Bishop; Edward Armstrong; Kathleen Hitchner; Gilleran Kendrick; Ethel Jane Myers; Tom Kinkaid; Hilda Spector; Clement Zandler; Norma Webb. p. 1 -- Hutchinson president: Ross Denison. p. 2 -- Candidates sell tickets to Wheaties Dance: These girls, pictured above, are candidates for the title of “Wheaties Sweetie," each girl representing a sorority or the I.S.A. The girl who sells the most tickets to the Wheaties Dance, Friday evening, will receive the honor and will be presented at the dance. From right to left, they are in the back row, Katherine Easterly, I.S.A.; Louise Bartholomew, Pi Kappa Psi; Mary Lou Shewey, Alpha Tau Sigma; in the front row, Betty Bedell, Delta Omega; Billie (Phillips) Duncan, Epsilon Kappa Rho; and Marilyn Wheeler, Sorosis. p. 3
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