The Sunflower, v.60, no.15 (November 4, 1955)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.60, no.15, Wichita, Kansas, November 4, 1955. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Convo, bonfire kick off '55 homecoming: full day's activities scheduled for alumni -- Art museum back to city on Dec. 1 -- AE enrollment increases 22% -- WU, Cincy in grad day tilt / Jose Rodriguez -- Herbert theme of band show -- Picture total reaches 1,373 -- Rifles to fire -- KMUW to air new program -- Wise choice wins wacky wager: Professor travels by wheelbarrow -- Blood drive for injured profs progressing; 55 pints pledged -- ROTC frat gives logo party -- Homecoming history began in '22 / Ernestine Shinn -- 'Under construction' term used for campus buildings / Ed Andreopoulos -- Many activities set for alumni, students -- Organizations to compete with displays -- Class hears about teaching problems -- Grid action highlight of weekend activities / Merle Block -- New faculty numbers 37 -- Enrollment totals 4,392 -- KMUW to air variety of shows -- Staff heads plan trip to detroit -- New exhibition now on display -- Vet's slips draw 'painful' comment -- Frat plans project -- WU sets pass defense for Cincinnati: Jack Conway declared ineligible -- Playoff round -- Tulsa holds key position in MVC grid title race / Al Higdon
Photograph(s): It's not the line-up but the Homecoming Queen and her attendants. They are Nedra Baker, Epsilon Kappa Rho; Mary Lee Scott, Sorosis; Carolyn Cole, Delta Omega; Marilyn Haney, Alpha Tau Sigma; Marilyn Wright, Wilkie Hall; and Olga Abla, Pi Kappa Psi. Not pictured are Lois Mann, unaffiliate, and Barbara LaVoie, ISA. Miss Haney was elected queen last Friday. p. 1 -- It pays to have confidence in the Shocker football team! Dr. Allen Cress is shown pushing Dr. Arthur Wichmann around the block in a wheelbarrow, fulfilling their part of a bargain with Dr. Eugene Savaiano. p. 1 -- At the annual Halloween party given for the children of the Institute of Logopedics, Wayne Hilburn, Army ROTC cadet, assists the youngsters with refreshments. p. 2 -- Betty Coed of Alpha Gamma Gamma is Martha Parker of Alpha Tau Sigma sorority. She was presented a trophy by Jim Mann, president of the fraternity. p. 2 -- Jack Conway. p. 8