The Sunflower, v.59, no.10 (November 18, 1954)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.60, no.10, Wichita, Kansas, November 18, 1954 - 8 pages

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Article(s): Sees union between President, Congress / Daryle Klassen -- Shocks 'shock' experts with third upset -- HS conference here Saturday -- Convo: Prevents walkout -- Opera group to present trio of one act plays -- Carnival will benefit WUS -- Work on FA progresses -- Basketball tickets -- Boeing official talks at 'shop' -- GIB's to elect club officers -- Faculty entertains foreign students -- Instructors' talent: Paintings viewed at Topeka -- Teacher forms due on Dec. 3 -- Delegates to art conclave -- Campus drive: 171 donate blood -- Along which road? -- United Europe wounded by French veto / Ed Andreopoulos -- The forgotten people: Korean Lepers face bleak Yule / Private Jim Dempsey -- Freedom, opportunity cited -- Air Force ROTC chooses five squadron sweethearts -- Kappa Rho to sell Xmas tree tickets -- White leads fashion colors for 1954 sweaters, formals -- Every trade has its trick -- Couple to wed -- Pi Kap chili supper -- Pi Kap prexy is 'Betty Coed' -- Women pipe smoking fad controversial campus subject / Phyllis Brown -- Coed grid battle set for Nov. 30 -- Reder, Deardorff vows to be Nov. 21 -- Shock gridder acclaimed: Coaches praise Denton / Mike Anderson -- Frosh gridmen play last tilt -- Boozers dominate 'mural all-star poll -- Top shock, Titan backs to match scoring lead -- Valley prestige grows as Shocks, Aggies romp -- Health office -- Figure 'em out: Half-time theme will show droodles -- 2-day workshop held here in bacteriology -- Legion gives honor to vet -- WU prof's research appears in 'Parade' -- Invention illustrations on exhibit in gallery
Photograph(s): Home from victory: Members of the WU football team arrived in Wichita Saturday evening after defeating Cincinnati, 13-0, to meet an estimated crowd of 10,000 Shocker fans. Team members stunned by the crows are, left to right, Neil Sikes, Ed Boghosian, Jim Herlocker, Stan McGehee, Harvey Gough, Ray Fulton, Jack Powell, Kent Thomas, and Frank Brannen. p. 1 -- Jeanine Joseph; Nancy Baldwin; Nancy Hanna; Donette Williamson; Sylvia Mosbacher. p. 4 -- Betty Coed: Larry Armfield, president of Alpha Gamma Gamma, presents Bonnie Becker, 1954 Betty Coed, with a gift from the fraternity. p. 5 -- Athlete and scholar: Ralph Denton, scrappy guard for the University of Wichita football squad is shown preparing to give a five minute news summary over the University radio station, KMUW. The news presentation is part of the class work for a radio-journalism class under instructor George Gow. p. 6 -- White: All stars - The intramural football all-star selections in the White League are shown above. Reading from left (front row) are Bob Kauffman and Don Webb. (Back row) Dave Bowersock, Darrell Shelor, and Gary Fulks. Not pictured is John Alexander. Red: All stars - The intramural football all-star selections in the Red League are shown above. Reading from left (front row) are Dale Greenlee, Ralph Crosby, and Don Vaughn. (Back row) Floyd Farmer and Gene Smith. Not pictured is Jim Hervey. p. 7