The Sunflower, v.65, no.19 (November 18, 1960)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.65, no.19, Wichita, Kansas, November 18, 1960. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Festive homecoming draws alums to alma mater / Norma Zerr -- Shocks seek MVC crown / Tommy Vanderhoofven -- Fugate warns against WU walkout Monday / Jim Collier -- Cross exam tournament is underway -- Lindquist requests old post -- Italy's consul visits here -- Ugly man on campus voting to continue through Monday -- Editorial views: Homecoming greetings -- The readers speak: Used book sales cause concern / Jerry L. Copper -- Music groups plan concert for Monday -- 'WuShocks' ham it up -- Opera star will audition all soloists -- Dr. McFarland's art on display -- One of 6 will wear HC crown -- Last touches applied to displays -- From an idea originating in 1886...comes Wichita University of 1960 / Nancy Newman -- 5,657 today: Present enrollment far cry from class of 12 Freshmen -- Fiske once dorm -- Into the future: Construction to start next Spring; $1.6 million Library near reality -- Traditional bonfire has mixed history -- 'Downtown' school destroyed by fire -- Leader of cheers lauds school spirit -- Pep history made here Nov. 12, 1919 -- Shock talk / Tommy Vanderhoofven -- Under Sabus' direction: Intramural scope broadened / Jim Collier -- DU's repeat; Frat champs in IM play -- Shocks, Jayhawks will clash in CAC bowling on Saturday -- Exciting games recalled in homecoming history / Tommy Vanderhoofven -- Freshmen to travel eastward -- Elmore leads frosh to win -- Henrion gymnasium open to students -- First night game played here in '05 -- President to speak on TV this Sunday -- CAC news and notes: Exhibit, Homecoming get spotlight
Photograph(s): Coaching Valley Titlists?: Tomorrow's Homecoming Game will tell. Members of the football coaching staff, from left to right, are Leonard Brown, backfield coach; Joel Wahlberg, freshman coach; Hank Foldberg, head coach; Neil Schmidt and Craig Randall, line coaches. p. 1 -- Dr. Emory Lindquist. p. 1 -- Milly Wolcott, Barbara McDowell, Alison Comstock, Joan Sipes, Elaine Woodman, Ruthie Nichol. p. 3 -- Delta Gamma; Delta Delta Delta; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Phi Delta Theta; Alpha Chi Omega; Independent Students Association; Alpha Phi; Gamma Phi Beta; Delta Upsilon; Beta Theta Phi / photos by Gary Herlocker. p. 4 -- Out of the past: Fairmount Hall which once occupied the site of the present Commons Building, was erected in 1887. The structure consisted of 20 rooms which was enough to accommodate all students enrolled at that time. The building was destroyed by fire in 1929. p. 6 -- Uncaptioned image of Ablah Library. p. 7 -- Taking time out from active series of yells are cheerleaders Harlod Trapp, Sherry Wickliff, Doug Crumley, Barbara Williams, Head Cheerleader Baisal Smith. p. 8 -- Coach Hank Foldberg. p 9 -- Champion admires trophy: Harry Smith, 1960 ABC bowling champion, beams at the state college trophy won by the University-CAC team last year. From left to right are an unidentified bowling enthusiast, Smith, Marshall Williams, assistant to director of the CAC; and seated Ralph LaFever, director of the CAC recreational area, and coach of the bowling team. KU and the Shocks meet here tomorrow. / photo by William J. Schmidt. p. 10