The Sunflower, v.47, no.34 (May 14, 1942)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.47, no.34, Wichita, Kansas, May 14, 1942. - 6 pages

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Article(s): University offers 4-point military program: High school seniors, college men urged to become officers -- Koontz is new I.S.A. president -- R.O.T.C. band will broadcast military program -- U.S. Navy wants college-trained men -- Law degree is obtainable in six years -- Hamilton's song highlights convo -- Uniforms to be stored -- 725 votes cast in council election -- Last I.R.C. meeting of year to be held in Library tonight -- Artists have picnic -- Student Forum advisory board members chosen -- Three seniors win chemistry assistantships -- Special blackboard secured -- Y.W.C.A. to honor senior girls at tea -- Y.W.C.A. Estes conference will meet in June -- Pi Sigma Alpha initiates Monday -- Chess tournament enters semi-finals -- Books to be audited -- Jardine to speak -- This is to help you decide whether to enroll or to enlist -- Maryland Institute of Foreign Affairs is educational weapon -- University bulletin -- Typed on a Wednesday / Fred Higginson -- Shocking news -- Collegiate world / Associated Collegiate Press -- Shocker shots / McAuley -- Dean finds that factors other than objective ones affect grades -- Ripper to take orals -- Library is using 'swap' system -- Walker on faculty -- Alumni banquet is set for June 1 -- North High will graduate 500 on May 28 -- Foster in Washington -- [Ineligible] whip K.U. again -- New Sunflower, Parnassus staffs named -- Quarted played -- Mount Carmel is to graduate 18 -- Wichita aircraft plants are experimenting with wood -- St. John's holds services May 24 -- First set of war ration books issued -- German educational system is damaging to youth of nation -- Girls offered government jobs -- Glick has best seller -- East High to graduate 608 on May 29 -- 'Bill' Bolden sees classes come, go at W.U. each year -- Feese to give recital on Sunday -- Cathedral High to graduate 90 seniors May 31 -- Fiction books are much in demand because of war -- Former and present students announce heir engagements and marriages for coming spring months -- Kappa Rhos to hold dance on Friday night -- I.S.A. girls honor seniors on Tuesday -- Roundabout the campus / Chatty Cathy -- Home ec dinner to be held tonight -- W.R.A. to hold installation dinner -- Matrix elects Blume as new head -- Independents to hold party, Saturday, May 16 -- University women will install officers -- Staples' give picnic for D. Omegas -- Mu Phi Epsilon elects new officers -- Kappa Delta Pi elects new officers -- Students play at tea -- Alpha Taus will entertain at formal dance -- Student council plans annual dinner -- Softball race is near end -- Preview and review of sports / Bill Mendell -- Shockers win track finale -- Phi Sig squad is intramural track champion -- Seven seniors are winding up four years of intramurals / Bill Mendell -- Gym shorts / Earline Duke -- Graham arrives to take up duties
Photograph(s): Doyle Koontz. p. 1 -- Council president is V-7 enlistee: Tom Kinkaid. p. 1 -- Student Forum advisory board: These university juniors, sophomores and freshmen will guide the destinies of the 1942-43 program of the Student Forum. p. 1 -- Heads R.O.T.C. unit: Lt. Col. Horace Heath. p. 1 -- Navy recruiter: Walter Van Vleet, CWT. p. 1 -- C.P.T.C. director: Roy W. Elliott. p. 1 -- Publications staffs selected: (Left to right, front row) Barbara Slusser, Frances Blume, Roberta Cornwell, Pat Malone, Margaret Burress. (Second row) Catherine Schermuly, Phyllis Murry, Bill Mendell. (Third row) Martin Perry and John Wiegand. p. 3 -- Senior will play: Gerald Feese will present his graduate recital in violin on Sunday. p. 4 -- Matrix president: Frances Blume. p. 5 -- Home Ec Club head: Annie Gingrich. p. 5 -- Society president: Jean Stoll, president of Kappa Delta Pi. p. 5
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