The Sunflower, v.46, no.14 (December 12, 1940)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.46, no.14, Wichita, Kansas, December 12, 1940. - 4 pages
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Article(s): W.P.A. grant for stadium is approved -- M.-Y.W. drive to aid students -- Randall to direct Christmas program -- Officer addresses Greek fraternities -- MacGregor will address campus political group -- Chest contribution tops school record -- Yearbook of university records changing times -- Crayfish claws are new campus fashion favorite -- Musicians begin plans for show -- National flying group to aid in training pilots -- Downtown division airs new program -- Morrison to be repaired -- Common staff employes unique code of signals -- Four to enter debate tourney -- Hobby books prove library attraction -- C.A.A. applications are being received -- W.U. Parnassus is awarded high rank in survey -- Publicity director attends discussion -- Cheer leader advocates breaking in campus pep / Bill Clothier -- Large cast opens comedy tonight at 8:15 in auditorium -- Debate tourney attracts eight -- Reber is names ideal freshman -- Faculty members survey Mt. Carmel -- M'Nutt to edit 'Spastic Review' -- 'Instructor returns from Korean post -- Facing the issue -- Oliver's travels -- University bulletin -- Collegiate world -- Shocker shots / Boles -- Australia works hard for British victory grad says -- N.Y.A. completes year of service in many fields -- Mikesell improving -- Hair is profitable -- Grad gossip: Robertson heads Denver alumni chapter -- Club plan annual Christman party for next week -- Student council to have dinner -- Sorority plans party -- Calendar -- Weddings mark social calendar on W.U. campus -- Shockers make their requests early so Santa Claus or Pop can take a hint -- Placement officers meet -- Mullikin convalescing -- Moritz honored at meeting here -- Summers, Whan guests of club -- Dramatics group to have party -- Freshman girls present program -- Roundabout the campus / Sue and Josie -- Omega to entertain -- Advisory council to entertain group -- Staples to speak for club group -- ISA to have Christmas dance -- Frat to honor actives, alums at sports dance -- Neff attends conference -- W'Shockers to play two home games -- Baker captures victory 34 to 25 -- Here are your Shocker basketeers -- Play continues in volley ball -- Four teams win bowling openers -- Raven players are given recognition -- The dope bucket / Bob Jones -- University is host to Spanish artists -- Study grad program -- Track squad is faced with lack of distance men -- Gammas hold to intramural lead -- Intramural ping pong matches in quarter finals -- Track candidates to meet at noon -- 1940-41 varsity cage roster -- Alumni promise aid in building stadium
Photograph(s): Trio from Shakespeare's 'Tempest': Trouble's brewing as three characters from Shakespeare's fantasy "The Tempest" get together on a deserted island. Stephano, left, played by Herman Lebow, converses with Trinculo, Jim Kiefner, and Caliban, Fred Higginson. These and 11 other members of the University Players will appear tonight in the opening presentation of the play at 8:15 in the auditorium. p. 1 -- Elliott. p. 2 -- Don K. Enoch: Fine Arts graduate - Don K. Enoch, '38, graduate of the College of Fine Arts, is doing big things at Atwood, Kan., where he is supervisor of the music department for the public schools. He reports they have the biggest band in that part of the state and have had unusual success with Swiss flag twirlers and tricky band formations. p. 2 -- Clyde Harbison: Harbison at K.S.C. - Clyde Harbison, Jr., '40, now is attending Kansas State College. While on the campus, Mr. Harbison was a member of Scabbard and Blade, national honorary military fraternity, and Blue Key. p. 2 -- To preside at dinner: Martha Durbin, who will preside at the annual French club Christmas program and dinner next Monday evening in the Pine Room. -- p. 3 -- Party chairman: Carl Auchterlonie, who is chairman in charge of the Paddle Party at which members of Pi Alpha Pi will entertain guests Saturday evening. p. 3 -- Mel Vice, rangy 6' 4" veteran of Coach Bill Hennigh's Shockers is being relied on to carry a heavy defensive and offensive load for the local team during the tough 20-game season facing the locals. Vice is captain of the team and will be playing his third season as a regular. p. 4 -- Hayes. p. 4 -- Jones. p. 4
"Blue Key says be a careful driver or you'll be only another statistic."
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The Sunflower
v.46 no.14
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