The Sunflower, v.46, no.03 (September 26, 1940)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.46, no.3, Wichita, Kansas, September 26, 1940. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Whock Club to sponsor new insignia -- Democrats send man to Emporia -- Library committees appointed for fall -- Course in gardening offered in extension -- Candidates for camera contest elected early -- 70 flyers are Wichita's quota -- Scholarship in voice given Betty Wheeler -- Band leader will choose book queen -- Buildings to be closed through all assemblies -- Draft bill swells R.O.T.C. enrollment -- Extension classes open -- Auto accidents force recognition of dangers -- Duerksen moves to create new band for girls -- Editors meet here again this autumn -- World War posters put on exhibit here -- Flying courses have vacancies -- W.U. campus grows large wheat crop -- Alumni groups begin sale of season tickets -- Wilner to hold try-outs in gym -- Lieurance to direct U.S. band Saturday -- Campus coalitions battle under new system of voting -- First program on new forum views politics -- Lewis reviews summer's work -- Republican club planning picnic -- Allman writes review -- Facing the issue -- Oliver's travels / Oliver Elliott -- University bulletin -- Collegiate world -- Shocker shots / Boles -- Gavitt returns after years spent in Panama -- Dean Wilkie mourns brother in St. Louis -- Beta Nu to meet -- Grad gossip: alumni scores with benefit game -- Hegler to Navy -- Stratton returns home -- Marts is advanced -- Carter in Army -- Steele gets M.A. -- Recognition is won by Spastic journal -- Stearus has fellowship -- To Denver next -- Californians to meet -- Harvey teaches -- Hatfield promoted -- Pledge groups choose officers at last meeting -- Hope Hinkle to enroll at Michigan -- Roundabout the campus / Sue and Josie -- New students invited to round up -- Engagements, weddings claim social spotlight -- Y.W. elect officers -- Cabinet holds retreat -- Maestro Osborne is to pick 1941 queen of Parnassus from six lovely contestants -- Plans announced at alumni luncheon -- Faculty members to be entertained -- Calendar -- Journalism group to fete rushees -- Dramatic group entertains rushees -- Greeks announce seven new pledges -- Dr. Samuel Nock on campus Friday -- Greek letter organizations plan to honor pledges with parties -- University dames to be entertained -- Faculty honored at elaborate tea -- Shockers leave for opening game with tough Dayton team -- Horseshoe pairings up -- National controversy over Chicago football -- Ark Valley starts play for Gebert -- Hockey practice for girls open -- Mikesell to El Dorado -- The dope bucket / Bob Jones -- Varsity is victor over frosh 27-0 -- 1940 freshman roster -- Rarick asks faculty men about fall golf -- Initial practice for cagemen set -- Gammas prepare for keg battle -- Freshmen to see library -- Opening soccer games will be played today -- Kayser does new Lieurance scoop
Photograph(s): Maestro Osborne: The famous band leader, Will Osborne, will thrill university students with his danceable music on Oct. 4 in Henrion Gymnasium. p. 1 -- Council head: Harold Brown, Student Council president, has been instrumental, with Bob Branson, in bringing the famous Will Osborne and his band to the university campus on Oct. 4. p. 1 -- Elliott. p. 2 -- Marsh Jacoby: Campus representative. p. 2 -- James Hammond: Grads to Northwestern - James Hammond, '40, graduate of the School of Business and a member of the Men's Honor Five departed last week for Evanston, Ill. to enter the Graduate School of Commerce at Northwestern University. p. 2 -- Parnassus queen candidates 1941: "Parnassus Queen 1941" will be the title bestowed upon one of these girls by Will Osborne, famous maestro, the evening of Oct. 4 when he and his orchestra will play for W.U. students and alumni. Reading from left to right the Pi Kappa Phi candidate is Evelyn Engleman; Epsilon Kappa Rho, Betty Irene Smith; Sorosis, Jean Kindel; Alpha Tau Sigma, Margie Kiskadden; Delta Omega, Alberta Zimmerman. The I.S.A. candidate, Thelma Hildyard, was unable to be present when the photo was taken. p. 3 -- Beason Set For Big Year: Bill Beason, rambling ball lugger from Wellington, has been showing flashing form at the fullback position during practice sessions this week and is being relied on by Coach Gebert to provide adequate reserve strength at that spot. Although only a sophomore, Beason has been pressing the veteran Alex Males for the starting fullback berth. p. 4 -- Jones. p. 4
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The Sunflower
v.46 no.3
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