The Sunflower, v.62, no.08 (October 15, 1957)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.8, Wichita, Kansas, October 15, 1957. - 4 pages
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Article(s): 'Dial M' to feature Freshman cast: Mosbacher in lead role -- Rehearsals for thriller progressing -- Speech major plays writer -- 48 HS bands to play here -- Directory sale set -- Applications for SCONA due in today -- Shocks lack needed punch in 28-0 loss -- Acting group gets booking -- WU debaters open season at Winfield -- New sign advertises WU plays -- Japanese film, 'Magoo' short to open Film Society season -- Art department wins first prize -- Calendar conflicts -- Psych lab split, spliced -- Wichita housing pattern said to cause segregation problem -- It's this way / Diane Copeland -- Adult ed offers fun courses -- Newman Club to meet -- House features new decorations: Interior has color, space -- Psych club to have movie -- Navy officers to visit Oct. 22, 23
Photograph(s): Three members of the cast for "Dial M for Murder" pose before the new sign recently installed by the speech department. The sign is designed to advertise activities of the department. The cast from left to right, include Larry Laue, Dave Mosbacher, and Lance Hayes. Prof. George Wilner, director of the play, stands with them. p. 1 -- "Hold it!" The Parnassus photographer gives instructions to Elsie Leowen, Fine Arts freshman. Students whose last names begin with P through Z are being photographed this week in the Commons Lounge. p. 3 -- The interior of the Alpha Phi house, being recently remodeled, features new furniture in the new wing of the house. p. 4