The Sunflower, v.46, no.30 (April 17, 1941)

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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Croft, Albert
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Article(s): Seventeen seniors to be honored at Blue Key banquet -- 'Victory March' to be broadcast -- Music students win high honors -- Article to be printed -- Symphony group to give annual spring concert -- C.A.A. students use Morse code -- Publisher accepts newest Croft book -- 'Layman's Art' will be theme of convocation -- Local Red Cross increases quota -- Anderson is queen-elect of May Day -- Draft calls 18 university men -- Palmer to speak -- Wheaties election to close at noon -- Snider to head '41 program of Student Forum -- Educators plan summer talks -- Spring health tests to open next week -- Deans post first term honor roll -- Nazi authorities will try Nelson -- Journalism group to picture editors -- Chorus, Glee Club sing -- 'Pegasus on Foot' to open three-day run at 8:15 tonight -- Day to deliver baccalaureate sermon June 1 -- C.A.A. men qualify for naval training -- Clock is repaired -- Omaha inspector to visit R.O.T.C. -- Library acquires British register -- Faculty conducts high school study -- Facing the issue -- University bulletin -- Oliver's travels -- Collegiate world / Associated Collegiate Press -- Shocker shots / Boles -- Typed on a Wednesday - Author Whitehand should enjoy his own play here / Fred Higginson -- Education students have new positions -- Alumni begin spring drive for dues -- Pictures on display -- Friend, helper is lost by journalism students when death takes printer / Sue Cope -- Sorosis to have musical program -- Nickell visits Frank -- Journalism dinner committees named -- Jardine to speak -- Women's group of I.S.A. elects more officers -- Y.W. girls observe 'Go-to-Church Day' -- I.S.A. group plans semi-formal dance -- Hillbrand to speak -- Roundabout the campus / Josie College -- Club to reveal new officers at sport dance -- Commerical club to hold rush tea -- Alpha Gam alumni to sponsor party -- Home economics group to install officers at dinner -- Dandelions removed -- Track squad journeys to K.U. relays -- Sterrett drills varsity cagers -- Bookstore rearranged -- Charley horse chatter / Bill Mandle -- Lohr entertains guest -- Munies lose to Oklahoma squad -- Manager announces baseball schedule -- Girls' basketball varsity selected -- Shocker netmen to resume play -- Croft is named as new vice president -- Gym gems / Frances Blume -- Candidates chosen for W.R.A. positions -- University grounds gain 80 new trees -- Brown will toss first pitch of softball year / Hodge and Jones -- Handball title won by Phi Sigs -- Golfers travel for eleven days -- Kirkpatrick is bowling lead
Photograph(s): Allen to speak: Forest C. "Phog" Allen, well-known basketball coach at the University of Kansas, will be the guest speaker at the annual Blue Key sports banquet to honor university lettermen which will be held at the Hotel Lassen on April 13. p. 1 -- Convocation speaker: Robert L. Campbell, representative of the American Association of Colleges, will address a student convocation Monday morning in the university auditorium. p. 1 -- C.A.A. students practice Morse code: Included in the group practicing with the newly purchased headphones are - R.L. Holsington, Bill McAfee, John Knightly, Robert Parsons, Robert Stubbs, Lawrence Voegell, Doris Marts, Jack Bestgen, Howard Jackson, J.E. Edwards, Harold Bangerter, Wilbert Fuller, Jr., Harry Hadler, Jack Hammitt, Allen Snook, Gordon Sites, Dallas Runion, Ed Martin, Faye Stone. p. 1 -- Day is speaker: John Warren Day, dean of the Grace Cathedral at Topeka, Kan., will deliver the baccalaureate sermon to the 1941 senior class of the university on June 1 in the university auditorium. p. 1 -- Elliott. p. 2 -- Higginson. p. 2 -- Martin visits here: Frank Martin, 1940, who is attending the University of Kansas Medical School, visited the university last week, and talked with Dr. Hazel Branch, head of the zoology department. Mr. Martin was a science major and a member of Aesculapius for four years. In his senior year he was president of the organization. A graduate of the College of Liberal Arts, he was also a member of Newman club, and a cabinet member of Y.M.C.A. Mr. Martin's home is in Andale, Kan. p. 2 -- New president: Earlene Dennett, junior, will be installed as president of the home economics club at a dinner, April 22. p. 3 -- Transportation Queen Betty Ruth Charles: Selects Connie Shoes from Rorabaugh-Buck's main floor salon to wear with her coronation ensemble. p. 3 -- Men's rifle team ranks high: Members of the university's R.O.T.C. rifle team are pictured here shortly after winning the regional tournament of the National Rifle Association which was held on the local range. The five marksmen and their coach are anxiously waiting national rating of their scores in competition with other regional winners. Pictured from left to right, front row, are Robert Allen, James Greene, and Sgt. Ernest Milke, coach of the team; back row, Carl Buck, Harry Beal, and Howard Jackson. p. 4 -- Mandle. p. 4 -- Blume. p. 4
"Seniors -- Check the Parnassus lists, find out, is your name correct?"
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.46, no.30, Wichita, Kansas, April 17, 1941. - 4 pages
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