The Sunflower, v.47, no.21 (February 12, 1942)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.47, no.21, Wichita, Kansas, February 12, 1942. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Rabbi will be speaker at convo -- Defense display opens at forum -- Sipple will go to convention -- Hesse receives gifts from council at his last meeting -- R.O.T.C. band to have new uniforms -- Navy training still available -- Varsity crew discovers vocalist -- Annual H.Y.M. ball will defy Friday, the 13th, superstition -- I.R.C. club will meet in Library -- University class writes own text -- Riding classes meet -- University authorities plan system of air raid precautions -- First fraternity mother passes -- Students hear Sagendorph -- Jackson accepted by Johns Hopkins -- University will have recreation workers' course -- Women trained to replace men as T.W.A. agents -- Michner is speaker -- Cast for mystery production, 'The Ghost Train,' is selected / David Mackey -- Kinkaid is new council president; election date set -- First aid course is attended by over 200 people -- Sipple is re-elected -- Elkerman elected by artists -- Army officer schools offered for candidates -- Daniels to discuss Pearl Harbor attack -- New war time emphasizes need for revising W.U. schedules -- Disloyalty to campus spirit is shown by university group -- American wage-earners display willingness to buy defense bonds -- University bulletin -- Typed on a Wednesday / Fred Higginson -- Shocking news -- Shocker shots / McAuley -- I.S.A. quiz mixup is planned for next general meeting of club / Lona Mae Erich -- Meteorology offers opportunities for defense work besides career -- Student council discusses issues -- Pi Alpha Pi has stag -- Tobitt demonstrates today -- Alumni office prepares service flag -- College students improve in posture -- Plans for HYM carnival dance to be held Friday evening are completed by girls on campus -- Rifle club holds supper -- Roundabout the campus / Chatty Cathy -- W.R.A. to give party -- Reporter 'listening in' decides party lines are OK / Elsie Hassler -- Pledges to give party -- Medieval youth selected sweetheart on Valentine's day -- Catholic students to meet Thursday -- Sororities name all-around pledges -- Fraternities plan initiation of new members -- Logopedics staff gives valentine tea -- Pi Alpha Pi plans Valentine day party -- W.U. students, grads announce winter weddings -- Home ec club entertains mothers -- Writan elects McVey president -- Skating club elects -- Quartet broadcasts -- Phi Upsilon Sigma members build first house on frat row -- Gamma mothers present monologist -- S'Western next for Shockers / Bill Mendell -- Math club meets -- Track season planned by Ely -- First Shocker swimming team formed Tuesday / Martin Perry -- Cage teams go again tonight -- Student plays solos -- In a Shocker sports corner / Bill Hodge -- Ralph Graham will face task in spring drills -- Gym shorts / Earline Duke -- Nye's freshmen meet St. Johns and El Dorado -- Shockers split; win, lose game -- Hill writes about rubber production in South America -- Radio censorship code prevents spreading material of aid to enemy / Associated Collegiate Press -- New airplane motor developed by U. of Kentucky.
Photograph(s): Rabbi Robert I. Kahn. p. 1 -- New council president: Tom Kinkaid. p. 1 -- Harriet Porter. p. 3 -- They 'hooked' him at the date bureau: Pictured above are Annie Gingrich, Margaret Anne Schermuly and Jessie Neal and their "captive," Richard Dickey. / photo by Seaman. p. 3 -- Likely starter: Doyle Koontz. p. 4 -- Promising forward: Bailey Strain. p. 4 -- Flying Shocker captain: Clarence Howard. p. 4