The Sunflower, v.47, no.15 (December 18, 1941)

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Article(s): Debaters take high placement -- I.R.C. discusses [ineligible] of world -- Defense training given by Harvard -- Library schedule given for vacation -- 48 alumni are now taking graduate work -- Fund for organ reaches over 300 dollars -- War posters on display -- Palmer is speaker -- CAA work should be completed -- Committee gives suggestions for fire prevention -- Hillbrand to head Red Cross drive -- Faculty to spend vacation at convention with friends -- Rhodes give party -- Campus assumes yule spirit -- Young men can still enlist for officers training -- Operetta draws large audience -- Rubinoff concert to finance revue -- Hesse is to attend meeting -- Christmas seal drive has started to aid T.B. victims -- Aesculapius initiates -- Davis presents review -- New registration is set for Jan. 5 -- I.S.A. girls sponsor Red Cross project -- Movements start to conserve paper -- Tuttle graduated at Brooks Field -- Hammond promoted to colonel -- Two exhibits are in Library -- Bookstore has novel decorations -- Unusual prints displayed -- Uncle Sam will place many gifts in America's Christmas stocking -- Woman power will be a potent force in winning present conflict -- Importance of battleships yields to air power in Pacific struggle -- Typed on a Wednesday / Fred Higginson -- Shocking news: ode to Pappy Christmas / Mandle-Jones -- Collegiate world / Associate Collegiate Press -- University bulletin -- Shocker shots / McAuley -- Present varsity crew evolved from need for campus band -- Programs discontinued -- Former student edits publication -- Titt teaches -- Honor group to have anniversary -- Special flight training course will open soon -- Angulo continues tour despite war -- Texans experiment for better gasoline -- College students receive training -- Centifuge received -- Army drill hour to be rescheduled -- Birthday of Christ has different name in every land -- Committee asks students to aid in prevention of fires -- People on coast lead normal lives -- Texas students build new dollars 35,000 co-operative homes -- Vacancies filled on speech board -- A page of friendly greetings -- To you from your neighbors -- Two W.U. grads now at Harvard receive praise -- Hanson to Leon -- Wichita has 56 more cloudy days than usual in 1941 -- Women elect rifle club heads -- Christmas brings with it ancient legend of mistletoe -- Citizens aid national defense by turning in license plates -- Modern dancers present program -- Hesse assures adequate seats -- N.Y.A. supervisors to rate assistants -- Writan holds meeting -- Many facts affect success in college life -- Alpha Gams plan Christmas dance for Friday evening -- I.S.A. students plan holiday dance -- Roundabout the campus / Cattie Hattie -- Sorosis sorority entertains with Christmas party -- Kappa Rho girls arrange formal Christmas dance -- Journalism girls plan annual party -- Phi Upsilon Sigma to hold Christmas dance on Tuesday -- Art department plans party-dance - Men of Webster to hold holiday dance on Saturday -- Delta Omega girls plan dinner-dance -- Pi Kap formal set for Broadview -- Pi Alpha Pi plans gala holiday party -- Kappa Rho plans party for children -- Alpha Tau to hold Christmas formal -- Wheaties to hold Tuesday meeting -- Council to have party -- Shockers meet Oklahoma Aggies Tuesday -- Basketball squad will open home schedule at forum / Bill Mendell -- Activity tickets must be exchanged -- Colleges produce orchestras -- Girls' volleyball practice starts -- Jardines to New Orleans -- Sunflower all-intramural touch football teams -- In a Shocker sports corner / Bill Hodge -- Hekhuis is pastor -- Trophies on display -- Officials seek new athletic head this week -- Gerbert's statement -- Elledge announces volleyball schedule -- Shockers lose games on road / Gene Strinke -- Volleyball final set for tonight -- Freshman cage team opens '41 season tonight -- Gym shorts / Earline Duke -- Bowling opens in intramurals today -- Wheaties contest held
Photograph(s): Debaters rank high: Joe Mohr and Hilda Spector. p. 1 -- Coeds view giant tree: Harriett Wilson, left, and Mary Jane Mader. p. 1 -- [Fred] Higginson. p. 2 -- [Second Lieut.] James R. Costello. p. 2 -- Eaglets come home to roost: With a backdrop of darkling clouds, a flight of basic trainers roars over the tower of Randolph Field's beautiful administration building. p. 3 -- Navy volunteer: Curtis Astle. p. 3. -- Hedgehopping the clouds: Flying Cadets at Randolph Field play with the clouds over the Texas plains. p. 6 -- [Keith] Webber. p. 7 -- [Marjorie] Woodin. p. 7 -- [Lorene] Evans. p. 7 -- [Warren] Tomlinson. p. 7 -- [Bob] Mallonee. p. 7 -- [Mary] Dyer. p. 7 -- [Thelma] Strickland. p. 7 -- [Harold] Hamilton. p. 7 -- [Dorothy] Kinsella. p. 7 -- Defensive guard: Gene Steinke. p. 8 -- Shocker guard: Duane Stauffer. p. 8
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.47, no.15, Wichita, Kansas, December 18, 1941. - 8 pages
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