The Sunflower, v.48, no.20 (February 25, 1943)

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1943-02-25
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , World War II , World War, 1939-1945
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.48, no.20, Wichita, Kansas, February 25, 1943. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Air Corps staff arrives to plan for new group -- Play, 'Private Lives,' to be presented on university campus -- Gas ration books to be renewed -- All girls must check addresses -- Civil service seeks recruits -- Sororities are to sell bonds on certain days -- Mrs. Sievers has oral masters test -- Girls to operate bond-stamp booth -- Elliott is chosen for civilian post -- Tade and Shuler to present recital -- Red Cross drive inaugurated on W.U. campus -- Debate squad attends meet -- Fulton speaks to Y.W. cabinet -- Point system aids hoarders -- A hint to the wise -- Sunbonnets and spades -- Shocker shots / Olberding -- Grad figures in air battle -- Typed on a Wednesday / Joan O'Bryant -- University bulletins -- Collegiate digest -- Sorosis sorority will hold annual father's dinner -- Matrix members to have meeting -- Four marriages are made known -- Men of Webster to have 'air raid shelter' party -- Roundabout the campus / Graham's Slams -- Final Shocker game at East -- Army, Navy differ on college sports -- Washburn to grant boys half credit -- Link trainer is received by W.U. -- War jobs are offered to girls -- Intramural cage games near end -- Washburn defeats W.U. cage team
Photograph(s): Bond Queen contestants: University contestants in the nation-wide Bond Queen contest are pictured above putting forth their best smiles to win votes and influence people. From left to right they are: Dorothy Wallace, Delta Omega; Margaret Noble, Sorosis; Jean McBee, Alpha Tau Sigma; Betty Dickman, I.S.A. and seated in front Margaret Ann Ketchersid, Epsilon Kappa Rho. Mary Jane Mader, Pi Kappa Psi, is not pictured. p. 1 -- Joan O'Bryant. p. 2 -- Dinner chairman: Frances Blume, senior, is in charge of the annual dinner at which the members of Sorosis honor their fathers. p. 3 -- Basketball squad plays final game: Members of the University 1942-43 basketball team pictured above will play their last game of the season Saturday night when they face the St. Benedict Ravens. They are as follows: Left to right, standing, Bill Draut, Laverne Adrian, Maurice Curry, Tuffy Robinson, Keith Oliver, Charles Crum, Bill Cannon and Clayton Harper; kneeling, Bob Collom, Gene Steinke, Bud Weaver, Doyle Koontz, Bailey Strain, Marvin Campbell and Bill Hegaman. Dudley Williams, who joined the team at the beginning of the second semester, is not pictured. p. 4
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The Sunflower
v.48 no.20
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