The Sunflower, v.57, no.10 (November 13, 1952)

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1952-11-13
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Religion -- Campus surveys , Alpha Phi Omega , Engineering Building , Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.57, no.10, Wichita, Kansas, November 13, 1952 - 8 pages
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Article(s): Work to begin on engineers' structure soon -- 'Cosi' starts 4-night stand: Mozart opera begins tonight in auditorium -- Final date set for annual pics -- Alibi to open evening hours; show set for first program -- Comedy to run in December -- Religious club plans meeting -- Here now: Oil, water color [sic] paintings included in Kansas show -- Opera to make road appearances -- Unabridged: Opera to be aired -- Many scholarships available -- Foreign students will visit Beech -- Gammas pick Virginia Whitaker, Alpha Tau, as 1952 "Betty Coed" -- Music club plans lunch -- Air fraternity pledges named -- Press club sets meeting on Friday -- ISA to meet at Manhattan -- Council head to New York -- Will honor Phi Sig pledges at semi-annual dance Friday -- Pledges hold sport dance -- Wedding lans announced for 3 WU students, 1 alum -- Albright hosts foreign students -- Founder's Day fete hosts first pledge -- Coover to speak on European trip -- WU dames club to attend opera -- Will Ike travel to Kansas? -- Wall, Shipley, Worth give opinions on changes in national situation under republican control / Jeanette Jackson -- It could happen sooner -- Grade pupils taught Spanish -- Alpha Phi Omega: Frat does WU 'good turns' -- Child behavior: Films, discussions used to analyze child delinquency -- Grade pupils taught Spanish -- Students tour state school -- 656: Methodists lead in campus church preference poll -- Journalism, radio: Students cover vote returns -- Club corner: Grad to tell club of chemistry role in candy making -- Baird has non-profit hobby of greenhouse flower-raising -- Petroleum group sponsors contest -- Social group grades noted -- Carswell bombers break game wide open, win sixth straight -- 'Keg' tilt set for Nov. 26 -- WRA meet: Third round played -- Send-off scheduled for team tonight - Bookstore needs sales help - Munies to invade Des Moines: Nation's leading pass receiver will spark Bulldog offensive -- Frosh, varsity squads clash -- Plan intramural play for winter -- Rifle club posts still open -- Ground pounder: Shocker rushing spot to Lawson, statistics show -- Cooperation stressed: Church ushers attend class -- ISA book refunds slated to continue -- McFarland visits N.Y. art galleries -- DU combines fees -- Ohio college sets honors program
Photograph(s): A toast to the ladies is given by Jim Billings, Charles Broadhurst, and Ed Reede in the opera, "Women are Like That" (Cosi fan Tutte). p. 1 -- "Betty Coed" smiles for the camera shortly after being chosen by Alpha Gamma Gamma Fraternity. She is Virginia Whitaker. Right is Dick Roembach, Gamma president. p. 2 -- Ready to open the 1952-53 basketball campaign against Southwestern on Dec. 2, is the Shocker cage squad. Coach Ralph Miller will have nine lettermen on hand. Pictured above, left to right, is the varsity: Gary Thompson, Carlos Taylor, Sherrill Compton, Alex Chuk, Curtiss Hightower, Paul Scheer, Sid Gates, Jim McNerney, Dean Sutcliffe, Verlyn Anderson, Cleo Littleton, Tippy Tucker, and Mervin Carman. p. 6 -- Going for a first and ten against Carswell AFB last week is Ray Coleman (29) with Bob Burton (36) blocking. In background is Don Harrell (75) of Carswell. / photo by Eastwood. p. 6 -- Working out during basketball practice are Paul Scheer (22), Merv Carman (45), Gary Thompson (36). / photo by Eastwood. p. 7 -- Singing the leading parts in the University Opera Theater's production of "Cosi Fan Tutti," which starts a three-night run tonight at 8:30, are Charlyn Dixon, who plays the part of "Fiordiligi," and Charles Broadhurst who plays "Fernando." p. 8
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v.57 no.10
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