The Sunflower, v.46, no.25 (March 13, 1941)

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1941-03-13
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Hekhuis, Lambertus
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Article(s): Drama group opens play competition -- Allman revises picture gallery -- Staples to attend conventions in east -- Those 'For Whom Bell Tolls' given ample time here -- Debaters place third in Iowa U. invitation meet -- Picture contest still wide open -- Candidates for Y.W.C.A. are named -- H.S. girls here for experience -- Symphony members plan April program -- Irish wear green to honor St. Patrick, an Englishman -- Speech contest entries are due -- Jackson resigns; Hollowell named Hippodrome head -- Music festival to draw 2,500 -- Wilkie will preside at Home Ec meeting -- Hillbrand will aid with festival here -- Varsity is scheduled for Friday -- Advocate of aid to Britain will speak to Forum -- Sunflower's face is red following late snow here -- Cast of varsity show works on last rehearsals -- Aviation groups to confer here -- Nine plan to take trip to conference -- Brig houses I.S.A. girls' organization -- First Americana books are given -- 'Guess Who' game interests students -- Facing the issue -- University bulletin -- Oliver's travels -- Typed on a Wednesday / Fred Higginson -- Shocker shots / Boles -- Education offers normal life to blind Helen Keller -- Onsgard speaks at dinner in citadel -- Lieurance will present benefit concert Monday -- Ricketts undergoes operation on spine -- Grad gossip: alumni sponsor Student Forum dinner -- Alumni treasurer reports payments -- D.O. group will entertain with Commons dance -- Home Ec Club has initiation meeting -- Military pledges honored at party -- Girls entertain Pi Kap mothers -- Roundabout the campus / Josie College -- Minister speaks -- Y.W. to convention -- Kendrick names new committees at recent meet -- Pledges named by honorary group -- Hekhuis presents etiquette books -- Gaberdine will be most popular men's wear fabric this spring -- Instructors give informal party -- Weddings mark social calendar on W.U. campus -- Glee club sings -- Palmers announce birth of girl -- Chips formulate plans at meeting -- Profs make survey -- Estes film to be shown at meeting -- Faculty gives party -- Pine trees are removed -- First intramural open house set for tomorrow / Bill Hodge -- Mel Vice joins universal club for Mexico trip -- Finals reached in boxing bouts -- Faculty stages play-off upset -- Gym gems / Frances Blume -- Final wrestling matches carded -- Spring football advances under Kansas weather -- Wrestling results provide surprises -- Charley horse chatter / Bill Mandle -- W.U. rifle team goes to Kemper -- Intramural men work on track
Photograph(s): Kirkpatrick and Rarick plan open house: In charge of arrangements for the intramural open house to be held Friday night in Henrion Gymnasium are Lawrence G. Rarick, intramural director, and Bob Kirkpatrick, senior intramural manager. Various matches and bouts will be presented from 7:30 to 10:00 p.m. The affair is free and open to the public. p. 1 -- Elliott. p. 2 -- Higginson. p. 2 -- Barr at university: Lt. Tom Barr, '39, formerly at Fort Huachuca, Ariz., has been added to the university R.O.T.C. staff to teach military science. Mr. Barr was a member of Alpha Gamma Gamma, and was enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts. p. 2 -- Party chairmen complete plans: Headlining events for the week-end will be novel parties to be given by two campus organizations. Dick Braitsch, left, is chairman of the Phi Lambda Psi social committee which has charge of their informal party, Saturday night. Freema Lyon, right, is completing arrangements for the Delta Omega barn dance which will be held in the Commons lounge, Saturday evening. p. 3 -- Five coeds leave for Kemper: Pictured are the five members of the women's university rifle team who will leave Friday, March 14, for the annual rifle meet to be held at Kemper Military Academy, Boonville, Mo. Reading from left to right are Clarine Griffin; Carolee Wilkins, captain; Stg. Ernest Mylke, instructor; Vera Ellis; Betty Lou Haire; and Mary Chance, manager. p. 4 -- Mandle. p. 4 -- Rarick instructs team captains: In preparation for tomorrow night's intramural open house, Dr. Lawrence G. Rarick, intramural director, is shown conferring with the captains of the four semi-finalists in basketball. From left to right - Rarick, Bert Lester, Alpha Gam; Charlie Dunn, Faculty Art Prophet, Phi Sig, and Charles Gibson, Holyoke. p. 4
"W.S, S.F. says - Those pennies you spend for a Coke could save lives in China."
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.46, no.25, Wichita, Kansas, March 13, 1941. - 4 pages
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