The Sunflower, v.62, no.15 (November 8, 1957)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.15, Wichita, Kansas, November 8, 1957. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Queen hopefuls in limelight: 7 vie in royalty contest -- Undefeated Drake set to invade Shockerland / Jack Mattis -- NBC's Chet Huntley to speak here -- Governor greets students, talks on Constitution, aid, integration -- SC plans regulation of signs -- Old 'Jinx Stone' spirit is needed -- Engineer to speak on rocket -- BSU hamburger fry -- 1958 completion goal set for Math building -- CAC contracts to launch next WU building program - by mail -- "New Look" expands pep program -- Welcome back alumni -- "Shaggy look": 12 compete in beard contest -- 1957 Alumni leaders -- 1957 Homecoming plans reach climatic [sic] stages -- Organization, dorm decorations will greet alums -- Frosh remain unbeaten -- Shockers will host MVC meet -- Webster II, Army ROTC top murals -- Cast selected for Operetta; Roles given to FA students -- Education authority to speak -- Reunion set for alumni in journalism
Photograph(s): Homecoming Queen candidates, one of which will be crowned during halftime ceremonies of the Wichita-Drake game tomorrow afternoon, are pictured above. In the foreground are Judy Arthur, Gamma Phi Beta, and Sue Newsom, Alpha Phi. Pictured behind them, reading from left, are: Joyce Phipps, Delta Gamma; Jane Clemmons, Grace Wilkie Hall; Reta Nester, Alpha Chi Omega; and Cindy Rader, Delta Delta Delta. Not shown is Judy Robbins, ISA. p. 1 -- Governor Docking holds the interest of Marc McLean and unidentified Eagle reporter. p. 1 -- [Richard B.] Holloway. p. 2 -- Bids for the Campus Activities Center will be opened on Jan. 15, 1958. Completion of the new building to be located on Yale Avenue between Neff Hall and Jardine Hall is scheduled for the fall of 1959. Architects for the building are Uel C. Ramey and Associates. p. 3 -- Shocker cheerleaders boast new uniforms this year as part of their new pep program. Included among the cheering squad are, left to right, front row, Pat Bulla, Judy Heaston, and Carol Burk. Back row, Jack Bontz, George Anderton, Allan Johnston, and Owen Balch. p. 4 -- Bill Badger, Durant, Okla.; Jerry Langrehr, Great Bend, Kans.; Curtis Johnson, Belpre, Kans.; W.U. Twirlers left to right-Marcene Solomon, Sherian Ashby, Betty Richter, Mary Cloutier and Marilyn Buck. p. 5 -- Wichita vs. Drake: Gaylord Bellamy, Cambridge, Nebr.; Harry Horton, Hugoton, Kans.; Billy Hatfield, Cleveland, Ohio; Larry Catherwood, Claremore, Okla.; Gaylen Kabance, Holton, Kans. p. 7 -- Drop Drake: Men behind the Shockers...Left to right: Bernie Taylor, Dick Tomlinson, Don Fambrough, Ray Morrison, standing Head Coach Chalmer "Woody" Woodard. p. 8 -- Berklie Perico, Arkansas City, Kans.; Ray Vogl, Wamego, Kans.; Lee Beaty, Topeka, Kans. p. 8 -- WuShock's shadow meets five o'clock shadow as she checks Bearded Man contestant Tom Jovalis' cave-man style board. A $25 cash prize will go to this year's winner in tomorrow's contest. p. 9 -- Officers of the University Alumni Association are, seated left to right, Mrs. [Ruth?] Ross McCausland, vice president; Mrs. [Dorothy?] Dan Tontz, secretary; Frank Malone, president. Standing is the immediate past president Oliver Elliott. Not pictured is Treasurer David M. Christian. p. 9 -- Gamma Phi Betas twist, turn, and tie chicken wire; While men of Webster watch Keith Scott paint; Members of Tri Delta play with paper mache; Alpha Gams work away for a first place trophy; As Delta Gammas begin with a paint brush; Construction begins at the Pi Alpha Pi house; Chicken wire fills the rec room of the Alpah Phi's; and Grace Wilkie Hall coeds work far into the night. p. 10 -- Shocker quarterback Jim Bourn (15) bears down on Dayton's Dave Hoover (23) as Guard Jim Lewis (69) rushes up to help in last week's game at Veterans Field. Tomorrow at 2 p.m., the undefeated Drake Bulldogs meet Wichita at Veterans Field in the only afternoon game on the Shocker schedule. p. 11