The Sunflower, v.62, no.17 (November 15, 1957)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.17, Wichita, Kansas, November 15, 1957. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Cowboy carnival opens tonight; No last minute changes seen -- Corbin outlines 10 year plan -- 200 to participate in debate meet here -- Former Red talks here -- Library adds new journals -- Veterans meeting slated for Sunday -- Young Republicans to honor Rees as GOP workshop gets underway -- Quo Vadis, Reapers? -- Inquiring reporter: WU students express opinions on parking, driving situation / Gay Campbell -- Field phones to be used for tourney -- Firms offer employment -- WU to participate in debate contest -- Slaby to represent Scabbard and Blade -- Shocks to meet top conference team: Houston Cougars to defend MVC title tomorrow night -- Bowling loops proposed here -- Houston wins track meet -- AAU meet ends season -- Independents gain semi-finals berth -- AFROTC will visit AFT base -- Many students join walkout celebration -- Claim lost articles in Commons lounge
Photograph(s): Four of the seven candidates for Susie the Snake Charmer pose above. From left to right are Bonnie Campbell, Alpha Chi Omega (in front); Karen Moore, Delta Gamma; Martha Budd, Gamma Phi Beta; and Marilyn Murphy, Grace Wilkie Hall. Other candidates are Judy Howard, Delta Delta Delta; Sandra Ross, Alpha Phi; and Judy McGaughey, ISA. p. 1 -- Rep. Ed Reen; Atty. Gen. Anderson. p. 1 -- Three members of the Future Teachers of America prepare for the membership drive being conducted this week. Shown above at the FTA booth in Jardine Hall are Marcene Solomon, Education junior and president of the organization, placing a poster on the booth, while Judy Wolff, Education freshman, buys her membership from Karen Moore, Education senior. p. 4