The Sunflower, v.47, no.08 (October 30, 1941)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.47, no.8, Wichita, Kansas, October 30, 1941. - 6 pages

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Article(s): Homecoming plans completed: Six big events arranged to make annual affair highlight of fall season -- Hurricanes to meet Shockers Saturday in homecoming game -- Coleman is selected as queen's escort -- [Grade] averages incomplete -- Second dramatic effort will be musical comedy -- Who's Who chooses 20 from W.U. -- Hanna joins faculty -- Many see play on first night -- Phi Sigs, Websters scheduled for pix -- Art students exhibit work -- Library rules made to aid W.U. students -- R.O.T.C. band preparing new half-time drills -- Higham is first in poster contest -- What's wrong with the army? Who said anything was? -- Homecoming since Chaucer's time has changed but little -- National security challenge is met with additional schools -- Typed on a Wednesday / Fred Higginson -- Shocking news -- University bulletin -- Shocker shots / McAuley -- Eds and coeds are entering into spirit of roundup time -- 322 complete C.A.A. program -- Wolfe exits after Higginson's article -- Hanson visits schools -- Non-paying alumni to lose paper -- W.U. annual round-up to bring back grads -- Campus groups to hold dinners, luncheons, coffees to honor homecoming alumni members -- Housemother serves tea -- Epsilon Kappa Rho to honor pledges at 'Pumpkin Prom' -- Freshman girls honored at party -- Men of Webster plan Founders Day -- Websters honor Homecoming Queen at annual dinner -- Girls' Glee Club present broadcast -- French Club elects officers Monday -- Dean of Women advocates patriotic hosiery for coeds -- Dramatic sorority pledges three girls -- Education group to hold breakfast -- Y.W.C.A. members meet in committees -- Y.M.C.A. hears political speakers -- Halloween began as Celtic observance of New Year's Eve / Catherine Schermuly -- Inter-campus group to sponsor mixer -- Hillbrand speaks -- Roundabout the campus / Cattie Hattie -- Reunion dinner to honor teachers -- Phi Delta Kappa to have meeting -- Homecomings have been held here since 1925 -- Forum speaker predicts war -- British girls to debate here -- Clough in California -- Tulsa here Saturday for game -- Tulsa stations to air Saturday game -- Websters seek beer-keg trophy -- Allman writes article -- Sterrett works cage team on passing drills -- Vikings win first bowling match -- Wheaties are urged to wear sweaters to homecoming game -- Berg to lecture -- In a Shocker sports corner / Bill Hodge -- Wheaties to sit together Nov. 1 -- Dayton wins over Shockers -- Alpha Gam grid practice opens -- Alpha Gammas show strength in first game -- Engineering expands -- Gym shorts / Frances Blume -- Shocker-Marshall game is cancelled
Photograph(s): Tough Tulsa end: Saxon Judd, Hurricane end, is considered one of the stalwarts of the Tulsa forward wall which has allowed only three touchdowns to be scored by opponents in four games. p. 1 -- Beards are Trump: Charlie Trump is shown submitting to an investigation by Jeanne McBee, who finds the report that Trump is leading the field in the homecoming beard-growing contest somewhat erroneous. p. 1 -- Replaces Beito: James Ray Hanna, formerly of Garden City Junior College, who will replace Edwin A. Beito in the mathematics department of the University. p. 1 -- Plans varsity: Bob Tyler. p. 1 -- Hurricane back: N.A. Kiethley, pass-flipping back, is considered a probable starter for the University of Tulsa in Saturday's Homecoming. p. 1 -- [Fred] Higginson. p. 2 -- These girls are ready for homecoming: (From left to right) Margaret Ann Ketcherald, Betty Israel, Perie Eby, Betty Ann McClure, Marjorie Snider, and Ruth Mayfield. p. 5