The Sunflower, v.66, no.18 (November 14, 1961)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.18, Wichita, Kansas, November 14, 1961. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Richardson named homecoming queen -- Shocks beat Drake 26-13 -- Grad rep needed Justice swears in students to fill vacant SGA posts / Jack Robbins -- Love-Robertson clash Thursday in commons -- Loan hopefuls must submit applications -- SNEA will host local high schools -- Casado expresses disappointment at students' attitude on state aid -- Ungs speaks to Young Demos -- Guest editorial: What to expect? -- The readers speak: MB protests CAC bookstore proposal / Mortor Board members: Linda Christian, Joyce Cole, Anne Deschner, Cathie Evans, Jan Foltz, Linda Plott, Shirley Reed, Milly Wolcott -- Sanity of stones / Ron Smith -- In one ear / Jana Wassweiler -- 8 bestowed cadet honor -- KU nursing interviews set -- Education junior installed in post -- Critics say: 'Don Giovanni' possibly most perfect opera ever / Dick Franklin -- Strings to present 'Concert in Round' -- Miller's 'Tropic of Cancer' stirring controversy -- Writing lab open
Photograph(s): Alpha Chi Omega took first place in the sorority division for its house decoration depicting a 'Menu of Barbecued Bulldogs.' p. 1 -- Top fraternity decoration: Sigma Phi Epsilon walked away with its second straight Homecoming house decoration trophy with its display: 'Tranquilize the Bulldogs.' p. 1 -- Re. Tony Casado raps students' attitude. p. 1 -- 1961 Homecoming Queen Sharon Richardson pauses for a kiss from a member of the Hi Lo quartet at the Homecoming Dance Saturday night. / photo by Tom Doan. p. 3
"About 'Tropic Of Cancer' See Page Four"