The Sunflower, v.61, no.09 (October 19, 1956)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.61, no.9, Wichita, Kansas, October 19, 1956. - 6 pages
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Article(s): All time high: Fall enrollment reaches 5,470 -- Band Day pageantry: University plays host to 3,800 H.S. musicians -- Speaking services available -- Corbin stresses population growth in address regarding state aid -- 17 men entered into beard battle -- Exchange institute head to visit campus Monday -- Foreign students attend UN Day dinner Oct. 24 -- World affairs topic of forum -- No parking south of FA building -- Shocks meet Drake tomorrow: Shocker frosh seek win over Garden City / Milton Brantley -- Shocks gain edge in MVC statistics; Klisanin top back -- Athletes vacate for ice show -- Editorials: A big day is band day -- Entertainment plus -- Much waste but : Mail flood brings opportunity -- Players seek authentic drama material / Sherry Tourtillott -- Registrar issues drop, down policy -- Digest's student contest offers $41,000 in prizes -- Morale booster: Balloons aloft program set -- Mustache wax sale booms -- Debaters help in prep clinic -- Society shows 'Don Quixote' -- Army ROTC honors five -- Inquiring reporter: Council members look ahead -- Elect Eeles dorm pres. -- Placement bureau: 'Chauffeurs, typists wanted' -- Poetry contest closes Nov. 5 -- WU alumnus gets position -- Avoid mediocrity, business frat told
Photograph(s): Big plans for a big day are made by formation designer, John Friesen, Jean Seacat, and Band Director James Kerr. p. 1 -- Eleanor Roosevelt. p. 1 -- Salute to Sousa was the theme of last year's band day in which 58 high school bands participated. This year the biggest band day in the history of the tradition will include 3,800 members of the Kansas bands. p. 3 -- Kauffman museum was the scene of much of the research activity for the University Players on the field trip to Newton. There they gained background for authenticity in 'Papa is All.' 1) two actors observe an Early American baby bottle at the museum. 2) Discussion gave the Players details on the Mennonite people. 3) A phonetic recording is taken of Mr. Kauffman's speech to aid in further study. 4) An early model car reminds two in the cast of the car mentioned in 'Papa is All.' 5) The University Players arrive at the museum in Newton. University Players making the Newton trip were Claud Singer, Dallas Noel, Beverly Garriott, Shirley Knight, Warren Wofford, Jean Floyd, June Lee, Sharon Ebberly, Terry Gladfelter, Mike Russell, Norman Lofland, Miss Joan Goering, and Prof. George D. Wilner. Mr. Charles Kauffman and Dr. J. Winfield Fretz aided the group in their research project. p. 4