The Sunflower, v.60, no.36 (February 24, 1956)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.60, no.36, Wichita, Kansas, February 24, 1956. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Shockers prime for Houston Saturday; Enthused students welcome Shocks home: Leaders hold 1903 record -- Council approves '57 budget -- 'Walkout' slated if Houston falls -- 'No theme for skits' is council decision -- Dr. Powell guest on campus weekly -- 'Relays' candidate: Press Queen entries, photos due today -- Colonels Etter, Little Reign at ROTC Ball: Hanna crowns Military Queens -- Sorosis pledge dance tonight to have 'Mardi Gras' theme -- Mahaffy-Keagy engagement told -- Angel Flight coeds to honor mothers -- Declining attendance -- A ship is a she -- 2 females here: Field of geology lacks women -- Class gives panels on KANS program, 'campus comments' -- Waters named 'Miss GOP' -- Treats minor ailments: Aches, pains keep nurse busy -- Grant may aid WU students -- Berg elected by geologists -- St. Louis bound: Choir nationally recognized -- Concert set for tonight -- Drama used as new therapy, psychology club speaker says -- President Corbin scheduled on TV -- Self-preservation comes to front -- 2 more sales positions open on Sunflower business staff -- 30 from Kingman to tour campus -- Adult education expands class -- Recital set for Monday -- 'Pleasant surprise': Prof to resume duties gradually -- Manslaughter charge aimed at captain -- WU to host fifth district NCAA playoff: Southwest meets border foe; Independents clash in final -- 3 debaters take honors -- Wichita symphony to present Mozart's 'Cosi Fan Tutte' -- Open house begins today -- Piano pair play tonight -- Station announcers, engineers needed -- Class observes court martial -- Methodist sorority invites women to join group
Photograph(s): Like a ribbon weaving through the grass, the Shocker basketball team weaves in and out of the happy crowd waiting at the Union Station to greet the victorious players. The team, top picture, returned Tuesday night from Detroit after achieving a victory there Monday night against the Titans. On the same trip, the Shockers won an important game at St. Louis against the Billikens, Saturday night. Part o f the team shown above, clockwise and circled, include Bob Hodgson, Joe Stevens, Garry Mann, Leo Carney, Don Woodworth, Calvin Swartzkopf, and Don Lock, together with Coach Ralph Miller. Coach Miller, bottom picture, gets an enthusiastic greeting from his daughter, Susan, while Clint Parks, president of the Downtown Quarterbacks, looks on. p. 1 -- Winning royalty is represented here by the two Army and Air Force queens. Beverly Little, left, queen of the AFROTC, and Carolyn Etter, right, queen of the AROTC, were crowned at the annual Military Ball. / photo by Ed Thompson. p. 2