The Sunflower, v.60, no.08 (October 11, 1955)

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1955-10-11
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.60, no.8, Wichita, Kansas, October 11, 1955. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Shocks stun Aggies in last period surge -- Parking limited near university -- Ugly men in contest -- Heavy rains: Wet, but attendance stays up -- 400 pics shot for Parnassus -- 40 ROTC men solicit funds for red feather drive -- Prof attends meet -- Booster fans 'whoop it up' after triumph at Stillwater -- Shockers seek win over NCC champs Saturday: 'Pitchout, keeper' series befuddles Ags: play 'Jacks' at Brookings -- Tulsa frosh down Greenies -- 'Mural grid slate opens -- Time to take stock -- Advisors plan meeting here -- Cadets pick sweethearts -- Coeds schedules all events / Ernestine Shinn -- Space allotted for letter column -- Council to hear world lecturer -- Prof writes on methods -- Concert set for tonight -- Forum board plans program -- CPA's name top student
Photograph(s): Enjoying the last warm rays of the sun before it moves south, are Beverly Cushman, Fine Arts freshman; Nancy Graham, Fine Arts junior; and Carolyn Meyer, Education sophomore. The women found time to sun bathe between recent periods of rain and cool weather. p. 1 -- Quarterback Jack Conway (with ball, arrow) smashes over for the winning touchdown with less than two minutes to play Saturday afternoon. Looking on are Aggies Tom Pontius (12), Earl Lunsford (32), and Shocker end Jim Matous (80). p. 1 -- Part of the Shocker cheering section whoops it up after the first touchdown against the Aggies, tying the score 7-7. The Shockers went on to win 14-7, for their first win over the Aggies at Stillwater. p. 1 -- Halfback Jim Klisanin (22) comes upfield for a good gain against the Aggies, as Louie Flores (60) turns, trying to stop him. Coming to help are Shockers Jerry Langrehr (85), Ben Kubes (60), and Max Bretches (78). p. 2
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University of Wichita
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The Sunflower
v.60 no.8
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