The Sunflower, v.47, no.12 (November 26, 1941)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.47, no.12, Wichita, Kansas, November 26, 1941. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Holiday Varsity is Thursday -- Medical exams to begin Dec. 5 -- Ford cars lead student survey of autos on campus -- Mood donates rocks and fossils -- Noon mixer is scheduled today -- Learn mastery of self, says Dr. Roy Smith -- R.O.T.C. cadet saved the day and self with paper tie -- Matinee operetta is planned -- Chiuminatto to give program -- 'Tis vacation time! -- Parnassus editors weep as record is barely broken -- Read summarizes survey in article -- Blue Key continues parking regulation -- N.Y.A. grants to be reduced next semester -- Thirty schools use film service -- Teachers leave jobs -- Military ball to be held Dec. 5 -- Business men pass problems on to students -- Library displays holiday books -- Oklahoma Aggies battle Shockers in Thanksgiving clash -- 'Juke-Box' eats from 8 dollars to 15 dollars a week in Commons -- Riflemen beat California team -- Davis sees W.U. lose to St. Louis -- Cowboys lead in seven-game series -- New program service offered -- Reinbold joins Air Corps -- American government decides slowly then acts hard and fast -- What the substance called life is like to an impressionist -- True journalist offers fervent prayer for guidance -- Typed on a Wednesday / Fred Higginson -- Shocking news -- University bulletin -- Shocker shots / Boles -- Army Air Corps stepping up its training toward 30,000 mark -- Downtown division selects committees -- College head has new English plan -- Silk stockings will give place to nylon, lisle -- Topeka alumni group is organized -- If memory is bad, try 'Seven Keys to Wisdom' -- Shakespeare's original words may be bombed -- Delta O. pledges to honor actives with annual dinner -- Pi Alpha Pi holds program for alumni -- Downtown division prepares program -- Tallest drum major -- Roundabout the campus / Cattie Hattie -- Alpha Tau Sigmas move into new home this week -- Former grad is at Yale -- Alpha Gams plan football banquet to honor players -- University women may enter contest -- Dr. Hornung is Y.W.C.A. speaker -- Stylists outmode the long glamour bob for new season -- Catholic group elects new officers -- Bookstore serves college students in various ways -- Aggie halfback is scoring leader -- Girls' volleyball practice to begin -- In a Shocker sports corner / Bill Hodge -- Hockey varsity will play three matches -- Ramblers, Alpha Gams now lead football league -- Archery classes progress rapidly -- Gammas, Websters to clash -- Frosh basketball prospects report -- Gym shorts / Frances Blume -- Stadium money approves -- Volleyball entries due
Photograph(s): Aggie star served in Navy: Hugh (Sailor) Swink. p. 1 -- Thanksgiving glee: Overjoyed at the prospect of their first real vacation since the beginning of school in September Perle Eby (left) and Eileen Ericsen throw their books and their cares to the four winds as they look forward to a four-day Thanksgiving furlough from academic duties. p. 1 -- Two places the keg isn't: Searching parties seeking the missing Men of Webster-Alpha Gamma Gamma beer-keg trophy, last seen in the early days of October, have secured the above photographic evidence that the keg is at neither of the two participating fraternity's houses. At the left, the Alpha Gam trophy case reveals no trace of the trophy, and at the right, the Webster collection is also keg-less. p. 1 -- [Fred] Higginson. p. 2 -- Chairman of dinner: Wynema Fitts. p. 3 -- Let's talk turkey: Kathleen Hitchner and Martha Jean Reed went to the cornfield and cornered a turkey. They were ready to grad him when the photographer snapped their picture. / photo by Knox. p. 3. -- Plans open house: Miss Jean Kindel. p. 3 -- Three Aggie strong men: Jack Faubion, fullback; Lonnie Jones, halfback, and Ken Holderman, end, appear likely to be three of the Aggies' leading threats when Oklahoma A.&M. invades Shocker Stadium to meet the Shockers in Wichita's annual Thanksgiving Day classic tomorrow afternoon. p. 4