The Sunflower, v.63, no.18 (November 18, 1958)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.18, Wichita, Kansas, November 18, 1958. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Full schedule planned for 2,000 WU alums -- Harvard prof lectures; Lashes foreign affairs -- Historian cites areas of good government -- Homecoming game ticket distribution starts today at 9 -- Dance tickets now on sale -- Shocks dump Drake for 3rd straight win -- Beard judging set for this Saturday -- TV commercials to be in last halftime show -- Editorials: 4-way traffic hazard -- Figaro, Figaro: Italian comic opera pleases audience in three-night run / Don Rudf -- UF nets $9,400 from WU staff -- Phi Upsilon Sigma: Fraternity's heritage can be traced to principles of Masonry, DeMolay -- Ann Alldritt is Betty Coed -- Rings...and things -- Deltas have top grades -- 60 etchings on display -- Engineers to tour campus facilities -- Music faculty plans concert -- Wichmann to peak to campus Demos
Photograph(s): Dr. [Arthur] Schlesinger. p. 1 -- Sharp design: The University Football Band performs one of its unique designs one of the half-time performances in Veterans Field. The Football Band performs at half-time of all the Shocker's [illegible] games. The band is under the direction of James Kerr, associate professor of band. The band is [illegible] on the field by Doug Jackson, drum major, and Randy DuVall, assistant drum major. p. 1 -- Paneled room: A view of the Phi Upsilon Sigma living room shows the paneled walls and the entrance to the stairway leading to their recreation room. / photo by Lloyd Tomberlin. p. 3 -- Ann Alldritt. p. 3