The Sunflower, v.47, no.10 (November 13, 1941)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.47, no.10, Wichita, Kansas, November 13, 1941 - 4 pages
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Article(s): Cadets receive promotion -- Library staff to attend meet -- Hollowell is convalescing -- Sophomores sit for Parnassus pix -- U.S. defense efforts now reflected here -- Booster trip is big success as team is victorious -- Students Molly and Simone are well-behaved on campus -- Operetta will have two casts -- Hillbrand writes article -- For Cokes: 17,892 dollars -- Popular radio show continued -- Faculty has varied education -- Ten non-credit courses to aid in defense work -- Directory lends new colors for novel W.U. canvas / Mary Daniels -- Davis reviews book -- Canadian debaters speak here -- Calver passes exam for doctor's degree -- Rose blooms on campus -- Speech clinic now gives aid to 300 students of all ages -- Whock hats are at Woolf Brothers -- Campus chest drive exceeds all expectations -- Oil well samples given to W.U. -- Hanna ill in hospital -- Scholastic standings revealed -- Delta Omegas sponsor varsity -- British drive nets about 225 dollars -- Symphony entertains -- Let's make our annual walkout mean more than just a holiday -- University has important part in success of police school -- Spanish music is being destroyed by North American musicians -- Typed on a Wednesday / Fred Higginson -- Shocking news -- University bulletin -- Shocker shots / Boles -- Unusual canine student wins hearts of everyone on campus / Geraldine Beebe -- Article by Duerksen appears in Etude -- Topeka to be next chapter organized -- Carpenter is secretary for alumni -- Park urges alumni support -- New hair styles -- Pi Alpha Pi group plans annual party to honor pledges -- Wheaties members to have chili feed -- Many jobs calling to sorority girls / Kathleen Hitchner -- New instructors present broadcast -- Former students of university make news with announcements of their marriages and engagements -- Teacher to give piano recital -- Y.W. to attend church -- Sorority girls make pix record -- Delta O. mothers to sponsor review -- Y.W.C.A. dinner -- University dancers will show talents -- Roundabout the campus / Cattie Hattie -- Croft is added to editorial board -- Former secretary injured -- Coke machine installed -- Shockers' next game set Nov. 22 -- Coed band exhibits Thanksgiving Day -- Frosh are set for third game -- Education college to conduct survey -- Badminton tourney Monday -- Brother's birthday gift started Patty Berg on career -- Gym shorts / Frances Blume -- Shockers crush Emporia Hornets by 27-13 score -- Cage team is working hard -- In a Shocker sports corner / Bill Hodge -- Wichita boys help records of grid squad -- League play in touch football near completion -- Gaddis completes aviation machine
Photograph(s): Canadian debaters: David M. Hayne, right, and E.S. Kirkland, left. / photo courtesy of The Wichita Eagle. p. 1 -- [Fred] Higginson. p. 2 -- Lois Carpenter. p. 2 -- Party chairman: Harold Hamilton. p. 3 -- These find solitude: These three girls, Virginia Nelfing, Dixie Harrell and Rachel Jacob, can't seem to study in the Library or around the sorority house so they strolled out to a pretty hill and climbed to the top. / photo by Knox. p. 3 -- Valuable Shocker end: Playing in 60 minutes, in all of the Shockers' games thus far this season, Rip Depascale, 188-pound end, has proved one of the most valuable players on the University of Wichita team this season. p. 4
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The Sunflower
v.47 no.10
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