The Sunflower, v.63, no.19 (November 21, 1958)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.19, Wichita, Kansas, November 21, 1958. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Exhibits go up; George goes down -- SGA hears objections to siren -- Homecoming, 1958: Fun, color, action: 2000 grads to attend / Leroy Pitts -- President's message -- Barrell rites will be held today at 3 -- 65 debate teams here for Shocker tournament -- Veil of secrecy to lift; Queen crowned at game -- Editorials: Growing university -- Homecoming scene: Once there was a parade, bonfire -- Long range expansion plans noted / Bill Bidwell -- Shocks meet Colonials in homecoming game -- Grid history shows varied WU scores / Jim Guier -- MVC led in passing by Young -- No. Texas State seeks 1st Mo. Valley Crown -- Homecoming final game here: Fans to see 8 seniors bow out / Larry McComb -- Missouri Valley Conference oldest west of Mississippi -- Websters seek 16th win over gammas in Keg tilt -- Websters are new football champions -- Woodard leads team through 61st intercollegiate season -- Varsity vs Frosh cagers in Homecoming game -- Frosh finish season with 2-3 record -- Varied pep activities bolster team / Leroy Pitts -- KMUW survey reveals huge audience / Bili [sic] Bidwell -- Next play to feature Broadway set designs / Betty Kirkendall -- Greeks to open doors for Homecoming -- Corbins plan full schedule -- Brass choir to present fall concert -- WU professor receives threatening phone call
Photograph(s): Homecoming planners: Members of the executive committee of the University Alumni Association are shown as they complete plans for the weekend. From left to right are: Art Hodges, Mrs. Galen Graham, and Doran Oneale. p. 1 -- [illegible] weekend ahead: University debators [sic] are shown preparing for the debate tournament this weekend. From left to right are Mary [illegible] Shelly, Professor Mel Moorhouse, Judy Wallace, and Debate Club president Dick Gregg. / photo by Lloyd Tomberlin. p. 1 -- Which one? Homecoming Queen candidates, still wondering which one will reign over the Homecoming week-end [sic] are, clockwise, Glenna Heltzel, sponsored by Alpha Phi; Mary Cloutier, Sigma Phi Esilon; Shirley Arnn, Gamma Phi Beta; Anita Greene, Delta Delta Delta; Norma Hilton, Gracie Wilkie Hall; [illegible] Bannister, Alpha Chi Omega; and Jeanne Seacat, Delta Gamma. p. 2 -- Education center: A future addition to the campus will be the proposed College of Education Center. Construction will begin within the next three years. It will cost an estimated $1,230,000, [illegible] of furnishings and architects fees. It will house an experimental elementary school, to be known as the University of Wichita Elementary School. p. 4. -- [Dick] Young. p. 5 -- Shockers: Here is the 1958 Shocker football squad which closes its home schedule tomorrow afternoon in the annual Homecoming game with the George Washington Colonials at 2 p.m. on Veterans Field. It has been a come-from-behind season for the Shocks as they lost four games before hitting the winning column and have won three straight. The Shockers lost early season games to Bowling Green, Oklahoma State, Houston and Hardin-Simmons before dropping Villanova for their first victory of the year. Then the Shocks beat league-leading North Texas State and whipped Drake. The Shocks have come a long way from their 1-9 season of a year ago. Not only do they have a chance of a winning year, they are also in contention for the conference title. In their only victory last year, the Shocks defeated Drake, 14-7 in the Homecoming game. p. 6 -- Prize possession: Men of Webster members Jack Blue, left, and Chuck Baldwin display their biggest trophy, the famous Keg, in front of their fraternity house. It will be awarded to the winner of the annual Webster-Gamma football game. / photo by Richard Vye. p. 7 -- Coaches: Coach Chalmer "Woody" Woodard, standing, has four men augmenting his coaching staff this year. They are, left to right, Bill Austin, Bernie Taylor, David Hawk, and Ray Morrison. Austin is in his first year with the WU coaching staff. He played professional football with the New York Giants where he was selected all-pro in 1955. Bernie Taylor, in his second year with the Shockers, works with the backfield. David Hawk a graduate of SMU played, under Coach Woodard while there. Ray Morrison takes care of the freshmen in football as well as varsity baseball in the spring. p. 8 -- Beat George Washington: University cheerleaders who will lead the yells at the Homecoming game are, front row, left to right: Head Cheerleader Mary Joan Hiner, Elaine Woodman, Nancy Castor, and Mary Cloutier. Standing are Don Wiles, Dan Dole, and Van Chappell / Lloyd Tomberlin. p. 9 -- Final preparations: Three Delta Gammas make the last check for the sorority's alumni reunion tomorrow. From left, they are, Judy Youngmeyer, Fine Arts senior; Lila Barstow, Music senior; and Annette Wiehl, Business Administration senior. / photo by Richard Vye. p. 11
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