The Sunflower, v.61, no.04 (October 2, 1956)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.61, no.4, Wichita, Kansas, October 2, 1956. - 6 pages
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Article(s): BPOC challenges Shocker coalition to issues talk / Don Rude -- H-S aerial decoy stops Shocks, 20-7 -- 'The Women' begins Oct. 4 -- Third slate offered in fall election -- Council canine -- 'Mural football meeting set -- Board names new editor -- Candidates nominated by Shocker coalition -- Student ID's available now -- K-State honors late WU president -- Society: Artists' Ball royalty crowned ; Gammas hold pledge party ; 1956 Varsity Sue, Sam named ; In one ear / Carol Clay -- KMUW to air football games 'live' -- ROTC club elects Brannan -- Hope for unification voiced by German exchange prof / Bill Boone -- Parnassus staff positions still open for 1957 -- Metal cleanliness: Water solves testing program -- 150 alumni polled: Grads survey teacher traits Colorado U. magazine reports -- Editorials: The forgotten issue -- WU to test Army plane -- Know your Shockers: Capt. fond of football, food / Judy Arther -- First symphony Oct. 28; ID cards to admit students / Beverly Haring -- Players will present Shaw play, comedies -- Tool engineers receive charter -- Date of publication remains uncertain -- CO names Army reserve officers -- Pi Kap, Gamma take honors in Frosh parade -- Army riflers vie for team -- Variety of programs planned for airing on station KMUW -- 'Don Quixote' opens film season -- 41 foreign students on WU campus
Photograph(s): Two University coeds in 'The Women' are Barbara Hilton and Sherry Tourtillott. p. 1 -- [Merle] Block; [Bettie Lou] Magruder. p. 1 -- 'But it doesn't look like me' is exclaimed many times as students line through Commons Lounge for their newly designed identification cards. / photo by Carroll Higgs -- Winners of best costume awards at the Artist’s Ball were Mr. and Mrs. Phil [and Sally] Gearheart dressed as Dracula and Vampira. / photo by Jim Dove -- Crowned Varsity Sue at the dance after the Hardin-Simmons game was La Vonna Murphy, Pi Kappa Psi. Varsity Sam was Will Ash of Alpha Gamma Gamma / Jim Dove. p. 2 -- Mr. [Duane] and Mrs. [Nancy] Puetz. p. 5 -- Pictured leading the annual Nightshirt Parade, Saturday night, are the pledges of Alpha Gamma Gamma, winners in the men's division. Pi Kappa Psi's pledge class took top honors in the women's division. Approximately 200 freshmen participated in the parade which wound its way across Vets Field before the game. p. 6