The Sunflower, v.60, no.22 (December 6, 1955)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.60, no.22, Wichita, Kansas, December 6, 1955. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Fieldhouse dedication set for tomorrow: WU, KU cagers clash in official opener -- Group asks suggestions on curriculum: Faculty seeks improvement of required 'core' courses -- Lecturer halted by bad weather -- 'Madwoman of Chaillot' opens Thursday night -- General Bird visits here -- Alibi concert set tonight -- $1.75 million loan studied -- Play tryouts start today -- Glance at the globe / D. R. Stewart -- Short training time: New reserve plan cuts duty tour -- Big 7 favorites here tomrorow: WU underdogs to Jays -- Miller still hopeful after Shocks' 73-51 loss to Utah -- Titans stun Irish: Serve notice to co-champs / Joe Rodriguez -- Phi Sigs see title repeat -- Co-champs: End season with honors -- WU tops MVC in Rushing -- 'Murals': Grid crown to Boozers -- Gals on Gridiron -- Webster win retains 'keg' -- Un-slated course halts future plays -- Ed honorary initiates 24 -- 'Well-Digger's Daughter' next society presentation -- Cage ticket dates noted -- Jounral man will talk here Monday -- Seats, anyone? -- Registration moves into second week -- Volume a day: 30 years of reading needed -- Bachelor's degree: Requirements of 2 kinds / Don Rude
Photograph(s): "Isn't he pretty," Kathy Blocker says in a rehearsal scene of the Wichita Community Theater’s production of “The Madwoman of Chaillot.” Seated is Miss Blocker, standing is Karl Rost, and lying down is Duane Wilson. The play will be given Thursday, Friday, and Saturday / Ed Thompson. p. 1 -- The Home Economics Building, scheduled to be turned over to the home economics department this week, suffered a set-back when high winds blew the roof off the structure. A short delay is expected before the University will take over the building, which was begun last summer. p. 6