The Sunflower, v.62, no.03 (September 27, 1957)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.3, Wichita, Kansas, September 27, 1957. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Candidates vie in election: 58 seek class and council posts today / Leslie Wilson -- Students PR office open -- Sue, Sam's election will highlight dance -- Aggie game booster trip tickets ready -- Saturday is Editor's Day -- Film dates announced -- Need vouchers for ID cards -- The 'Reapers' cometh: All-male group to boost pep -- Air ROTC in review -- It's this way / Diane Copeland -- No vote, no voice -- Yearbook has positions open -- 516 awarded scholarships -- Regents OK sale of math building bonds -- Tuesday deadline set for insurance -- Deadline set for women's rushing -- Schedule set for pictures -- Department head helps write test -- "Barbs" and elections form major portion of SC meeting on Monday -- Shocks enter Valley race with Bearcats -- Sprinters open year on Oct. 5 -- Wichita to host Cincinnati in opening game tomorrow / Jack Mattis -- Women's tennis scheduled for Oct. 6
Photograph(s): Mary Simmonds. p. 1 -- Cheerleader Allen Johnston, sophomore, sports the new uniform jacket for the cheerleaders. p. 1 -- The University's proposed mathematics and physics building is scheduled to be completed by September, 1958. Costing more than a half million dollars, the new building was designed by the local architectural firm of W.I. Fisher & Co. as an addition to Neff Hall. p. 3 -- "Best Back" returns: Quarterback Joe Morrison, voted by last year's Shocker team "the best back" they faced all year will lead the Cincinnati Bearcats against Wichita in tomorrow night's game at Veterans Field. In last year's game at Cincinnati, Morrison scored two touchdowns against the Shocks to pace a 21-0 Bearcat victory. p. 5