The Sunflower, v.63, no.23 (December 12, 1958)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.23, Wichita, Kansas, December 12, 1958. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Mexican experience recalled / Betty Kirkendall -- 'Tree of life' brightens as students offer blood -- SGA head to speak on plans -- New music, costumes featured at concert -- Announce ticket pick-up for home basketball games -- Debaters to compete next in Pennsylvania -- Editorials: More new uniforms? ; A chance to sing -- 'Salesman' Drama opens; Actors skilled -- Applications are available for Sunflower positions -- The sea, the sky, and the far east; All on 'Reel Time' -- Ready to cast 'The Contrast' -- Air Cadets plan flight to AF base -- Al Tate sets record in WU-Arizona game -- Shocks fail to make MV team / Jim Collier -- Intramurals in full swing -- MVC publicity men pick 1958-59 all-star team -- Cleo retires; All-time great -- Cagers on road for 3 games; Play against Oregon tonight -- Frosh five off to good start win 3 straight cage games -- KMUW to broadcast games -- Big O' takes lead -- 1,013 finish pre-enrolling -- St. Louis booster trip planned
Photograph(s): Souvenir of Mexico: Mike Culbert, Liberal Arts junior, who recently returned from a study tour of Mexico, displays a silk rebozo, a type of stole worn by women in the country. / photo by Paul Cummins. p. 1 -- Ending the first act of "Death of a Salesman" are, left to right, [illegible] Tarrant, Nancy Castor, Harold Slater, and Jim Manely. Tonight and Saturday night ends the three-night run of Arthur Miller's Pulitzer Prize winning production of the life of Willy Loman, a frustrated, [illegible] traveling salesman, as played by Tarrant. Curtain rises at 8:340 p.m. in the Commons Auditorium. Students are admitted upon presentation of their ID cards. / photo by Paul Cummins. p. 1 -- Many hours labor: Dr. John M. Strange, associate professor of [illegible], is shown with several pieces of his ceramic art now on display in the foyer of the Fine Arts Center. p. 3 -- Al Tate. p. 4 -- Scholarship winners: Shown with Frosh coach Gary Thompson are the five scholarship holders on the Shocker freshman baskteball squad. They are, left to right, Tom Reily, 5-10, McKeesport, Pa.; Wayne Durham, 6-5, Enid, Okla.; Gene Wiley, 6-10, Amarillo, Texas; John Allen, 6-1, McKeesport, Pa.; and John Cleveland, 6-0, Cactus, Texas. p. 5