The Sunflower, v.61, no.17 (November 16, 1956)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.61, no.17, Wichita, Kansas, November 16, 1956. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Council clears frat, pep charges: Sees need for loyalty -- Low sales cause rise -- Cowboy Carnival opens tonight; 'Susie' and 'Sam' to be crowned -- 18 Angels visit Air Academy in Denver this weekend -- '56 directories now available -- Education freshman receives Carter Scholarship for '56 -- ID cards good for concerts -- Former WU student studies US trade -- Shocks journey to Dayton Univ. -- Bearcats stop Shocks for 21-0 revenge -- Varsity cage squad primes for '57 start -- Pit frosh, varsity in opener -- 8 cindermen get letters; team seen best in years -- Mural volleyball activities slated -- Sorosis beats Pi Kap in mural volleyball -- Debaters participate in tourney -- 'Gater to go -- Chorus girls' pic creates amusement -- College president rules out inhuman wholesale flunking -- Ivy league styles contested by coeds -- Philosophy majors required to take senior year exam -- Angel flight on TV -- Greek tells conditions in his country -- 85 air cadets visit McDill Air Force Base -- Moral laxity attributed to grade contest -- Dr. Kuhn recalls experiences with Ellen Chandler Roosevelt / Bill Boone -- Smith uses Ford grants for salaries -- Convention favors use of English in India's universities -- Eisenhower sets up committee to study scientist shortage -- Editorials: Unanswered questions -- SC selects alum day for 1957 -- ISA devoted to promoting welfare of all students / Bill Boone -- Rifles pledge 43 students -- College prexy rates grades -- Right course but wrong text book -- New lease on life: Logo Institute aids handicapped / Charlene Taylor -- Univ. debaters attend meet -- 6-day week predicted for school -- Council of University Women to hear 3 travel speakers -- Officer inspects Army ROTC unit -- Thanksgiving meal set for Tuesday -- Committee determines goals of university education -- To initiate 4 tonight -- 17 Army ROTC men to compete with rifle team -- Military students tour WU campus
Photograph(s): Practicing their snake-charming charms are five of the seven candidates for 'Suzie the Snake Charmer.' From left, they are Pat McKnight, Jane Clemmons, Donna Reed, Americo Moreno, and Janice Hupp. p. 1 -- Dr. Eugene Hoak, head of the speech department, holds one of the trophies to be awarded in the Invitational Debate Tournament on campus this week. p. 6