The Sunflower, v.58, no.08 (November 5, 1953)

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1953-11-05
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.58, no.8, Wichita, Kansas, November 5, 1953 - 12 pages

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Article(s): Mrs. E. G. Carey [Ernestine Gilbreth], noted novelist, to speak here -- Lee Ann McIntosh is elected to reign during homecoming -- Death takes Flora Clough -- Homecoming issue welcomes alumni -- Band to perform 'Tin Pan' tunes -- Music, music everywhere: 38 bands to play on campus -- Casting completed for 'Angel Street' -- Camel caravan: Vaughn Monroe to sing here -- Honor women plan workshop -- Opera workshop to present Mozart's 'Marriage of Figaro' -- Fraternity selects 'Betty Coed' to further old school tradition -- Canterbury club steak fry planned -- Katie Shea heads Young Republicans -- '53 Betty Coed chosen Friday -- Future career meet planned -- Baptist students organize union; promotes college religious life -- Sisterhood stressed in life of members of Delta Omega / Jenive McGrew -- At last, an election -- Hunters prefer TV -- Espanola Chicos: Students give Spanish lessons in grade school -- Filippino [sic] coed: Students have stronger voice in government of US colleges / Cathy Waters -- Comedy, melodrama combined effectively in joint production / Jill Woed -- Wichita first: Prof starts golf -- Class gets art -- Decorations, queen, game highlight homecoming -- Corbin, university president, is one of nation's youngest / Cathy Waters -- Annual reunions held since 1925 -- Growth of physical plant marks progress of school since 1899 -- Alumni office keeps tabs on 8,000 grads beginning with students of class of 1899 / Al Williams -- Floats, parades once custom at WU -- Shockers' homecoming history spoiled by 4 straight losses / Truman Shinn -- First queen chosen in '29 -- 12 to attend national meet -- Dr. Marsh to attend evening college meet -- NYU will award 20 law stipends -- New German course added to curriculum -- Shockers face DU Saturday -- Mitchell men work behind 'closed doors' for next tilt -- Littleton out for new mark -- Frosh crush Blue Dragons -- Meet your Shockers: Cronan rated best passer -- Historical novel written by grad -- Club corner: Practice debates to be subjects of club meetings -- Service to give law school exams -- 3 cheers: Hurrah for men who guide band from background -- Paper to accept classified ads -- 3 assistants added to yearbook staff
Photograph(s): Homecoming Queen Ann McIntosh. p. 1 -- Opera cast members practice dance routines for the "Marriage of Figaro," which will be presented by the Opera Workshop Nov. 19 through 22, in the Auditorium. Shown, from left, are students Lloyd Clark, Elizabeth Binter, Larry Kiefer, and Nelda Cox. At right is Elizabeth Sherbon, dance instructor. p. 1 -- '53 sweetheart of the Alpha Gamma Gamma fraternity is Jeannine Crowdus of Sorosis. Announcement was made of the 1953 "Betty Coed" at the annual Betty Coed dinner Friday night at the El Charro Cafe. Pictured from left are Mrs. Minnie Armour, Alpha Gamma Gamma house mother; Jeannine Crowdus, the new Betty; and Paul Curry, president of the fraternity. p. 2 -- On Clough Place is the sorority house of Delta Omega. First meetings of the sorority were in Fairmount and Fiske Halls. The first house was at 1752 North Fairmount, and the present one was completed in 1949. p. 3 -- Rosario Lao. p. 4 -- President Corbin. p. 5 -- Aerial view of the campus, showing new buildings completed during the past year. At far left is the Men's Dormitory, near the center in the foreground is the Engineering Building. Grace Wilkie Residence hall is shown in the lower right hand corner. p. 4 -- Cleo Littleton. p. 10 -- John Cronan; Ray Day. p. 11 -- Marching along: Members of the University Marching Band are shown practicing maneuvers for future home football games. The Band practices in Shocker Stadium nearly every day. / photograph by Humphries. p. 12
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