The Sunflower, v.63, no.12 (October 28, 1958)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.12, Wichita, Kansas, October 28, 1958. - 4 pages
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Article(s): '58 Carnival proceeds reach $1,000 mark -- Nixon to stop here for political speech -- UCF director plans Bible study groups -- Off with her head! -- Plans are underway for Homecoming Day -- ROTC unit hosts party -- Ceasar to be soloist at concert -- Editorials: Unusual opportunity ; One to go -- Staff enlarged: New position of Assistant Dean to Women created / Peggy Ann Kennedy -- Gamma Phi Beta: Offers members variety of badges -- Variety of scholarships available to qualified WU students, faculty -- AK Psi's give annual award
Photograph(s): Carnival charmers: Winners of the royalty contests at the Annual Cowboy Carnival sit on their throne - a bale of hay. Carole Pierce, representing Delta Delta Delta Sorority, was named "Susie the Snake Charmer" and Howard Solomon, Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, was selected as "Sam the Strong Man." Penny votes for the pair were [illegible] as ballots. p. 1 -- [illegible] backfires: The Wichita City Policeman on duty at the Cowboy Carnival, Leslie Alieseke, found his job backfired Saturday night. The long arm of the law reached out to arrest him, too. The [illegible] popular booth was sponsored by Alpha Gamma Gamma fraternity. / photo by Richard Vye. p. 1 -- Richard M. Nixon. p. 1 -- Assoc. Prof. James Ceasar. p. 1 -- Uncaptioned photograph of a room inside the Gamma Phi Beta house. p. 3