The Sunflower, v.60, no.16 (November 8, 1955)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.60, no.16, Wichita, Kansas, November 8, 1955. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Ghosts, cyclist, beard win in homecoming contests -- New student seating plan set for '55 cage season -- 'Tales of Hoffman' tells story of poet's three great loves -- Debate to be at Manhattan -- Profs show improvement -- Home for homecoming: Coed describes life in Paris / Don Rude -- Freshmen get rifle award -- Booster tip date selected -- Chemists to hear research head -- Names and novels trouble freshmen -- Leadership workshop set for Nov. 15 -- Last period TD tames Bearcats 20-16 -- Tracksters: Seek first win at E -St. -- Tussle for 'mural crown starts today -- Path of the brave -- Dr. Adams speaks to faculty -- Shock talk -- U player see film -- Student forum board schedules first speaker -- Colonial life: Dr. Hudson publishes report -- Down cards now in mail -- ROTC rifle team has postal match -- Dr. Sours speaks to Young Demos -- 11 pledge honorary -- Business honorary announces pledges
Photograph(s): This 'terror' and his fate forecast by the Men of Webster won first place in the men's division of the house decoration contest. Gravestones mark the last resting place for Cincinnati's Bearcats. Pi Kappa Psi won the women's division of the decorations contest. p. 1 -- Jim Klisanin goes high to snag one of the three Shocker pass completions in Wichita's 20-16 homecoming victory over Cincinnati. p. 2 -- Dashing students and slow-moving traffic during the pre-8 a.m. rush hour at the corner of Seventeenth and Fairmount plainly indicate the hazards this intersection has developed. For further comment, read the accompanying editorial. p. 3 -- Norman Cousins. p. 4