The Sunflower, v.60, no.10 (October 18, 1955)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.60, no.10, Wichita, Kansas, October 18, 1955. - 6 pages
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Article(s): 'Affairs of State' opens Thursday for 3-night run -- Staff now complete -- Bearded men try for $25 -- Ugly Man on campus contest part of Community Chest -- 800 annual pics taken -- Fulbright awards deadline posted -- Read authors math article -- Linda Todd wins Wilcox Scholarship -- Scholarship fund gets $100 -- Carolyn Cole wins national art prize -- New enrollment record set as nearly 4,400 attend WU -- Corbin to attend 2 conferences -- Glance at the globe / Ed Andreopoulos -- Shocks face 'upset' club on Saturday -- Patton impressed by Cindermen's showing -- 'Mural grid loops open -- Shocks crush S.D.S. 33-7 -- Dog days return: New class goes to the dogs -- Swiss student studies here -- Woodpeckers use natural method / Associated Press -- Ill father prompts lady to taunt cop -- Home Ec Club plans for KU workshop -- Door sign states true food facts -- High infant mortality rate due to migration into city -- AFROTC seniors given DMS award -- Staff ducats now available -- Petitions for Queen available today -- Dr. Lucas given committee position
Photograph(s): One of these candidates will be selected as the 1955 'Ugly Man' following the Community Chest Campaign, now under way. The contest is sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity. Candidates are, from left to right, front row, Paul Hagen, Pi Alpha Pi; Bill Francisco, Men's Dorm; Bob St. Aubyn, Men of Webster; and Al LaVole, ISA. Not pictured are Jerry Swanson, Phi Upsilon Sigma; and Frank Stone, Alpha Gamma Gamma. p. 1