The Sunflower, v.61, no.08 (October 16, 1956)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.61, no.8, Wichita, Kansas, October 16, 1956. - 4 pages
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Article(s): WU's 19-13 win sparks walkout: Team jubilant -- Lunches, games set for grads' homecoming -- Workshop to offer publicity hints, professional advice to WU groups -- Students celebrate with walkout -- Ohio U. prof to talk at art-psych meeting -- Council buys pep sirens -- 500 students photographed -- In one ear / Carol Clay -- Society editor seeks all social news -- Dieticians view mass dining -- Editorials: The student and the forum -- Accountants' advise meet set -- Callieretti drawings exhibited -- Orchestra, choir to give concert -- 'Papa Is All' to be on TV
Photograph(s): Hauled down for no gain is a Detroit Titan as they fail to break through the Shocker line Saturday night. p. 1 -- Spirit of '76 set the theme for Saturday's halftime performance by the University band entitled 'This is My Country.' p. 1 -- Six new press club members joined the honorary Journalism group last Friday and took part in the party that followed their initiation. They are, left to right from the bottom, Nedra Baker, Mary Martin, Carol Clay, Prof. Gene Bratton (honorary membership), Judy Vail, Dick Carson, and Milton Brantley. p. 2 -- Singing, dancing and orchestra arrangements are combined in the annual Pops Concert which will be presented tonight. Pictured above are dancers and soloists who will appear in the performance. They are (top row) Donna Male, Jay Hershey, Grace Kissell, Sandy Biebler, Howard Soloman, (second row) Deloris Sammons, Dick Mason, (bottom row) Karen Pyles, Jean Nickerson, and Nancy Bales. p. 4