The Sunflower, v.46, no.22 (February 20, 1941)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.46, no.22, Wichita, Kansas, February 20, 1941. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Awards go to debaters in tourney -- Zimmerman has charge of May Day festivities -- Six clubs aid Y.W. drive for members -- Mole on Lincoln's face won't stay put in pictures -- New enrollees to appear for medical exams -- W.U. trains 385 student pilots -- Hippodrome date changed to April -- Class sees movies -- Campus organizations will aid in drive to relieve war suffering in European, Far Eastern countries -- Committee on radio planning programs -- Pulitzer Prize winners' books available here -- Young musicians to visit campus -- Cadet officers may receive army call -- Bookstore ready to pay students -- Science films will be shown -- Hedges to write review of book -- Jardine talks on Egypt -- Cadet teachers get experience in schools here -- Musical books are on display -- Contest attracting Kansas composers -- Botany students lose sleep over lowly onion root -- Speech defects not handicap to students' minds -- Mechanical man to appear here -- First material for stadium is ordered -- Political delegates will attend parley -- Spring play to present new talent -- Quota for C.A.A. primary course is almost full -- Speech students to criticize NBC -- Facing the issue -- Oliver's travels -- Typed on a Wednesday / Fred Higginson -- Shocker shots / Boles -- Book published by Chesterfield -- Many vie for youth orchestra positions -- Y.W. girls must pay dues before voting -- Grad gossip: alumni discuss activities for spring -- Fischer will direct anniversary play -- Sipple to read report -- Two university fraternities hold initiation services for new actives -- Department addes new cooking class -- Plans for Y.W.C.A. student service drive revealed -- W.U. Dames give tea for guests after program -- Roundabout the campus / Josie College -- Seniors named heartbreakers at HYM dance -- League attends voters meeting -- Wilkie presides at meeting -- Calendar -- D.O. mother's club gives book review -- Journalism clubs will hold joint buffet supper -- W'Shockers seek win in city series -- Spring football practice begins -- Buck is captain of rifle squad -- Girls to qualify for rifle matches -- Four teams lead 1941 intramural basketball race -- Army calls Huffman -- Shockers down Hornets 52-45 -- Kansas farmer has article by Jardine -- Pipe repairs completed -- Gym gems / Frances Blume -- Palmer lectures -- Phi Sigs retain lead in bowling -- Aeronautics degree to be given at K.U. -- Washburn skier is sole member of school team -- Jones joins army -- Painting in dormitory
Photograph(s): Committee of six to direct Chinese relief drive: Planning the most effective methods for aiding war victims in European and Far Eastern nations, members of a newly-formed steering committee this week launched a drive to raise $300 on the university campus. Members of the committee are Lula Randall, Max Feldner, Grace Kindsvater, Harold Brown, and Alberta Zimmerman, chairman. Malcolm Nicholson is not pictured. p. 1 -- Elliott. p. 2 -- Higginson. p. 2 -- McConachie in Oklahoma: William Bert McConachie, a 1940 graduate, is working as an accountant in the accounting department of the Firestone Tire and Rubber company, in Oklahoma City, Okla. Mr. McConachie received his B.S. degree from the College of Business Administration. He was a member of Phi Upsilon Sigma fraternity and Y.M.C.A. p. 2 -- "Heartbreakers" are named at annual HYM ball: Fourteen outstanding senior men were presented at the HYM ball last Friday evening by the university Y.W.C.A. Winners of coveted titles were (front row, left to right) - Walter Tait, Forum; Harold Brown, Christian Herald; Howard Jackson, Saturday Evening Post; Jack Greene, Bill of the Ball; James Costello, Country Gentleman; Bob Kirkpatrick, Youths' Companion; Fred Wylie, American. Back row - Carl Auchterlonie, Harpers; Max Feldner, American Home; Oliver Elliott, Ladies Home Journal; Malcolm Nicholson, Modern Romances; Gene Setzer, Vanity Fair; Jerry Branson, Vogue; Harry Hadler, Field and Stream. Bob Branson, Mr. Liberty, was unable to present. p. 3 -- These Shocker starters play last 1941 games: Winding up 1940-41 basketball competition, Coach Bill Hennigh's Shockers will play two more home games before calling it a season. The prospective starting lineup for these games against Friends University and Southwestern are pictured above from left to right, top row, Marvin McDonald, Mel Vice, and Bert Hayes; bottom row, Vernon Williams, Tom Kinkaid, Paul Calhoun. p. 4
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