The Sunflower, v.61, no.12 (October 30, 1956)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.61, no.12, Wichita, Kansas, October 30, 1956. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Debaters vie at Dallas: WU enters 3 divisions -- Ready in 1958: Math wing plans start -- Army ROTC holds Halloween party; Children from Institute are guests -- Grid band to portray Disneyland -- First class rating given to Sunflower -- Argumedo named 'Ugly Man' of '56; chest gains $200 from competition -- Mrs. Ruth Price awarded 'Good Neighbor' certificate -- Halloween dances to honor pledges: Sorosis steps to fall tune ; Pi Kaps hold ghost dance ; Spooks spirit Alpha Tau ball ; Delta Omega pledge dance features hall ; 'Heart' dance honors Kappa Rho pledges -- Card, band mixup calls for 'change' -- Dorms dance set for election night -- Fuzzy linings in fall fashions -- Editorials: Award and challenge ; Mystery Queen in 1956 -- 'No problem' in increase -- Recess set: Nov. 22 to 26 -- Senior wins new award -- 2 riflers attend Pershing conclave -- 'Papa Is All' enacted in convincing manner / Ed Thompson -- Decoration judged on new basis -- Plan new scholarship -- No queen entry for BPOC slate -- Alums to join students in school song
Photograph(s): Halloween treats, magic tricks, clowns, and contests were the order of the day Friday for more than 100 children from the Institute of Logopedics, who where entertained at a party sponsored by the Army ROTC. Joe Kerst, left, a graduate student, and Charles, Smith, [sic] second from right, are shown with two children from the institute during the party. The 1956 party is the fourth Halloween party sponsored for the institute children by the army cadets. p. 1 -- Mrs. [Ruth] Price. p. 1 -- Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the ugliest of all? Bobby Argumedo, shown with the winner's mug, edged five other contestants in the fund raising project for the Community Chest. Runner-up in the contest was George Stipetic, candidate from Men's Residence Hall. Last year the Ugly Man trophy was held by the Men's Residence Hall. p. 1