The Sunflower, v.62, no.13 (November 1, 1957)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.13, Wichita, Kansas, November 1, 1957. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Reorganization of Forum asked: New method proposed for SFB membership -- Foreign study advisers to meet here Monday -- WU debaters to participate in dual meet -- Gov. Docking here Monday -- CEB director opens Bureau -- Pre-game party is scheduled Friday in Alibi -- Directory sales lag -- Young GOP posts go to 3 students -- Deans await down lists -- Wilcox Scholarship renewal offered -- New look for Forum -- Reading-an art -- Glimpse rural life: Kansas community welcomes six visiting foreign students -- On campus / Max Shulman -- Shockers face Dayton flyers tomorrow: Strong defense needed to halt visitors' passes -- Valley ruling opening spring sports to frosh brings coachs' reaction -- Harriers take 3rd track win -- Tennis team drops match to local club -- Volleyball slated for 'murals play -- Vets to meet in commons -- ISA varsity dance to be tomorrow -- Student has show on local station -- Shrouds replace AF Blues tonight
Photograph(s): The 1957-58 Student Directory captures the attention of Mrs. Corliss Thomas, left, clerk in the registrar's office, and Betsy Ross, education junior. p. 1 -- "That's my size" might as well be the comment of these three Reapers members as they unpack their official insignia-a black derby hat. President Bob Cressler, right, says the hats will be worn at the game tomorrow night. Also pictured are Lee White and John Potts. p. 1 -- Shocker tri-captain Harry Horton, tops among Shocker pass receivers with 5 catches for 98 yards, will see action tomorrow night at Veterans Field against the Dayton Flyers. Game time is 8 p.m. p. 3