The Sunflower, v.62, no.09 (October 18, 1957)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.9, Wichita, Kansas, October 18, 1957. - 8 pages
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Article(s): SC prexy, grad student to SCONA -- Audience will sing at concert -- WU United Fund drive successfully launched -- Buildings improved on campus -- Grads back ADS group -- 3 companies to interview WU seniors -- Concert to feature cornet soloist, ballet -- Violinist will open concerts -- Four weeks remain for withdrawals -- Theatre gives 100 3D glasses to WU -- Heimple Room has check-out desk -- Give once-for all; A fashionable future? -- It's this way / Diane Copeland -- 'Ideas' top: University TV progresses after year of programming / Mary Simmonds -- Wanted: WU men to sprout beards for annual Alum Day event -- Space models seen on WU-TV -- Dorm dance set for next Friday -- Parnassus will select beauties -- KU law faculty to hold interviews -- Registration changes made -- Rifle delegates attend assembly -- Vets to form policy at meeting Sunday -- Letters to the editor: Senator apology / Donna Paris; Collegiate politics / Benny W. (Mac) Armstrong -- Mademoiselle seeks college board members for 1957-58 -- Average study hours 25.9 weekly -- New staff for art department -- Band Day plans set -- Student union to be ready for activities by fall of '59 -- New sound system installed in dorm -- Shocks face Cowboys: Backfield switched -- 2 out of 3 meets taken by Harriers -- Tulsa downed, 14-13, for second Frosh win -- Council formed for intramurals -- 1957-58 artist series to feature music faculty -- Solid colors spotlighted this season -- New fabrics save money -- Mrs. Griffith returns -- Men's coats: The long and short of it, that's today's style question
Photograph(s): Workmen are busy this week repairing fire damage done to the Art Building the night of Oct. 2. Students have had to step over debris piled in front of the building, while automobile traffic has been delayed in some instances as a result of the work made necessary in repairing the fire damage. p. 1 -- Reapers, new men's pep organization, sign up two University men, Galym Veasey, a member of Reapers, enrolls Jim Milham, Liberal Arts junior, and Pete Creed, Liberal Arts freshman. p. 3 -- Shocker backs, Dick Young (12) and Terry Hansley (40), hit the out-of-bounds stripe in last week's action against Detroit. p. 7