The Sunflower, v.47, no.33 (May 7, 1942)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.47, no.33, Wichita, Kansas, May 7, 1942. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Hill is 43 forum executive -- V-1 enlistees have option in choice of duty -- Orchestra plays closing concert -- Hillbrand is appointed as head of war bond drive -- New training plan offered by Army Air Corps -- Speech contest will be held -- Hollowell will direct concert -- Music convo is scheduled -- Sugar shortage cuts supply of candy bars here -- Oberg plays recital -- Frankenburg is first known casualty of war among alumni -- Tenth annual journalism banquet is scheduled tonight -- Semester final examinations are scheduled for May 25-29 -- Chess tournament in second round -- Wasserman tests are available now -- Summer school N.Y.A. available -- Shocker party sweeps council election offices -- I.S.A. officers will be elected -- Downtown unit advisors chosen -- R.O.T.C. announce awards -- Institute buys new movie camera -- Lindbergh advises Ford -- Sunflower editors explain use of editorial as campaign literature -- Universities have definite place in the American nation at war -- Typed on a Wednesday / Fred Higginson -- University bulletin -- Shocker shots / McAuley -- America is developing new language study -- Library gets book -- Grad gossip -- Students will honor mothers with program in auditorium and teas to be held in respective houses -- Alpha Gams will entertain at dinner dance -- Psi Tau Delta plans to hold dance -- Coeds of today are more serious even in short socks -- Pi Alphs hold dinner -- Sorosis girls complete plans of formal dance -- Roundabout the campus / Chatty Cathy -- Epsilon Kappa Rho plans bridge benefit -- Williams to give recital on Friday -- Officers, cabinet installed last night -- Trackmen to meet Washburn -- Senior team takes May Day softball honors -- Track is set for tomorrow -- Phi Sig squad retains lead in softball league -- Tarheel netmen have win streak -- Preview and review of sports / Bill Mendell -- Gym shorts / Earline Duke
Photograph(s): Higginson seeks a tip: Boosting Fred Higginson into reading position is Bob Jones, while Martin Perry, Zora Goldstein, Catherine Schermuly and Roberta Cornwell await the results of the new staff and winner of Gouldner award. p. 1 -- Dies in crash: Lt. Herman J. Frankenberg, University graduate of the Class of '37, who is the first known Alumni casualty among service men. p. 1 -- Participants in University May Day pageant: Escorts of the May Queen Shirley Bishop and Chancellor Jac Cady are pictured above just before Friday's May Day Pageant in the University Auditorium. From left to right: Clement Zandler, Ethel Jane Myers, Virginia Nelfing, Lyman Smith, Dorothy Thompson, Mary Dyer, Bob Tyler, Eleanor Fair, Dottie Kinsella, Mary Hege, Queen Bishop, Chancellor Cady, Marge Mardis, Jerry Israel, Harry Beal, Mary Armour, Ella Joy Stahl, Lee Roy Riley, Louise Lewis. p. 1 -- They are new presidents: Virginia Randle, junior and member of the Pi Kappa Psim was installed as president of the Y.W.C.A. at a banquet held last night in the Commons Pine Room. Marguerite Campbell, on the right, is the new president of Mu Phi Epsilon, national music sorority. She is a senior in the College of Fine Arts. p. 3 -- Shocker half-mile relay team: Bringing home the only points the Shockers garnered at the famed Drake Relays, this quartet of University of Wichita runners placed third in the college division half-mile relay at Des Moines, Iowa, April 23. They are, left to right: Zimeri Cox, Don Hollar, Warren Tomlinson, and Lyle Sturdy. p. 4