The Sunflower, v.66, no.19 (November 17, 1961)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.19, Wichita, Kansas, November 17, 1961. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Frat involved?: Weekend arrest brings charges of HC violation -- SGA roster now available -- SGA textbook plan defeated by council / Jim Collier -- Communists in religion claims spy -- WU players selected for 'Trojan' cast -- 'Don Giovanni' drafted; Minser assumes lead -- Bio-research topic of 'Ideas' -- Cross examination meet: 50 schools to participate in debate tourney today -- Editorial views: Again the flags wave -- From other editors / Ellsworth, Kan. Messenger -- Sanity of stones -- Shocks to Dayton for final encounter -- Sports spindle / Roger Doyle -- Local nurse given home appliance from 'good Samaritan' students / Mary Jane Dunlap -- Honorary journalism sorority recognized by SGA group -- Poetry readings used in journalism -- Shocker freshman set for last game
Photograph(s): Life among the poor will be depicted in 'The Roof,' an Italian Neo-realist documentary film. p. 1 -- Playing the role: Robert Minser, associate professor of voice and opera, is pictured (left) portraying Don Giovanni. p. 1
Articles in Collegiate Digest November 1961: Making the college scene -- Should you be an atomic scientist? / Lawrence R. Hafstad as told to Donald Robinson -- Getting around to it: Atom research at M.I.T. -- The seven torpid arts: College still life / William F. Brown -- Off the record -- Campus wearwithalls -- Making book
Photographs in Collegiate Digest November 1961: Uncaptioned image includes a person wearing a sweater with contrasting trim and holding a book and glasses in one hand while she leans from a fence. p. 1 -- Skates and dates at Canada's McGill University often call for the same personnel. p. 2 -- Illegible caption to photo of woman wearing a long sleeve shirt and shorts sitting on a large rock. p. 2 -- Deep concentration overcomes Tommy Vagenovksy as he goes in way over his head to visit Shirley Walls in Advanced Aquatics IV. p. 2 -- Trial of a tub, for this student at Brighton College, England, as he outboarded from St. Margaret's Bay, Kent in a steel bathtub led 'cross-Channel to France. p. 2 -- Genial freshman in Holland submits to [illegible name] of the noddle, as part of his fraternity initiation, and provides roost as well for bird of unknown species. p. 2 -- No Surf-eit, at UCLA, as Joe Zeno, hard-hitting Bruin halfback lets Jo Ann Munari, charming UCLA song leader, run interference from him through waves of opposition. p. 2 -- Three uncaptioned photographs of M.I.T. including the outside of a building, a professor teaching a class, and three men reviewing documents. p. 4. -- Five images depicted as a film strip showing the following scenes with images from black and white films: 'Oh, George, it isn't going to be like last year's Junior prom, is it?'; 'I don't care. You're not riding on the New Havin with me in those damned Bermuda shorts.'; 'And please, dad, stay off the golf course during electrical storms.'; 'Watch yourself, honey. I think someone's tipped the fraternity we're from 'Confidential.''; 'It may take a little white for Bryn Mawr to get used to a girl from Dallas, Betty Lou." p. 5 -- This Notre Dame man is turned out in a natural-shoulder semichesterfield topcoat, and dark suit. p. 6 -- Our cover girl wears a bulky Shaker knit seater, with a cuff of thickly textured ribbed mohair at the hipline and collar. p. 7 -- Multicolor squares, delineated by black stripes Mondrianimate the pure white background. p. 7 -- At Southern California, a couple of the boys are casing somebody, but they're ok themselves in a shawl-collared sweater, left, and right, madras shirt, chinos, jacket, and sneakers. p. 7 -- The art of the casual, at Notre Dame, is shown by our student in a more relaxed moment. p. 7 -- His-n-her sweaters tell the going-together story. p. 7
"New Sorority On Campus See Page Four"