The Sunflower, v.62, no.16 (November 12, 1957)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.16, Wichita, Kansas, November 12, 1957. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Phipps crowned Queen -- Susie, Sam highlight carnival -- Student clinic to give shots -- Walkout climaxes festivities of 1957 Homecoming weekend -- Inspired Shocks topple mighty Drake -- Spanish film to be next foreign show -- Vets and the University -- Young GOP's open booths -- Student recalls October Hungarian revolt / Mary Simmonds -- TV newscaster talks at forum / Bill Boone -- Judo class may start -- Psychology Club will meet Nov. 14 -- WU students asked to fly -- Spanish Club to meet -- 'Round the campus / Evelyn Jones -- ISA is 'One of a Kind' group
Photograph(s): Homecoming 1957 Queen Joyce Phipps, Delta Gamma, is crowned by Alumni Association President Frank Malone. In the background is Sue Newsom, candidate from Alpha Phi. In addition, two princesses were named in this year's contest. They are Cindy Rader, Delta Delta Delta, and Jane Clemmons, Grace Wilkie Hall. p. 1 -- A shaggy growth is displayed by Bearded Man Tom Jovalis, Pi Alpha Pi. The Reapers' sponsored contest winner was announced at the Homecoming Dance, which was held in the Lassen Hotel Ballroom, Saturday. p. 1 -- Chalking up a second consecutive first place trophy, Delta Delta Delta sorority led the women's division of house decorations. Theme for the group's decorations was 'The Pied Piper of Wichita Leads the Bulldogs to Doom.' p. 1 -- A weeping bulldog predominated in the winning men's division house decorations. Phi Upsilon Sigma with a theme of 'His Master's Voice' won the first place trophy. p. 1 -- Dan Phillips. p. 2 -- The Hane Goshi, or spring hip throw, is expected by Walter Hawk on his opponent, Clay Cox. p. 3 -- A Drake man maintains his hold on the football despite three WU attackers in the game Saturday afternoon. [illegible] the Shocks first win of the season the team broke a six game losing streak. p. 3