The Sunflower, v.49, no.20 (February 24, 1944)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.49, no.20, Wichita, Kansas, February 24, 1944. - 4 pages

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Article(s): 'Against Jap and Jungle' is subject of Weller's speech -- Division will open in April -- University coeds living to "level headed" hair styles -- $4,324.80 is Alpha Tau total -- Medical exams -- Student body to meet today -- Wilke, Rowan to head drive -- 16 students do cadet training -- Play here will be laugh-riot -- Parnassus Queen winner is secret until dance, March 4 -- Jobs for girls are now open -- Post-war plans offer men credit for further education -- Debate squad enters meet -- Sh! It's the Library -- The Red Cross calls -- U.S.S. Keller is launched -- Typed on a Wednesday / Joan O'Bryant -- Frat dance to be Friday -- Kappa Psi will have book review -- Roundabout the campus -- Matrix meeting to be held March 2 -- No mixer -- Rectangle has open house -- String quartet gives program -- Off the ramp / Jack M. Slone -- New at the Library / Dorothea Welsh -- Destroyer escort named for Keller -- Ten men receive ROTC promotions
Photograph(s): [Joan] O'Bryant. p. 2 -- Candidates for Parnassus Queen: Pictured above are the six candidates for the title of Parnassus Queen. R.A.F. Flight Commander Raymond Harries chose the queen Tuesday, but her name will not be announced until the Parnassus Coronation Dance. The candidates are, from left to right: Virginia Chisholm, Alpha Tau Sigma; Anna Mae Amstutz, Delta Omega; Neloise Smith, Pi Kappa Psi; Marjorie Purnell, Sorosis; Mary Smith, Epsilon Kappa Rho; and Lenna Mae Tipton, I.S.A. / photograph by Wchita Eagle. p. 3