The Sunflower, v.63, no.16 (November 11, 1958)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.16, Wichita, Kansas, November 11, 1958. - 4 pages

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Article(s): 1958 Homecoming plans announced: Wichitans to judge decorations -- WU student admits kidnapping was a hoax -- '46 Pulitzer winner will speak at Convo -- 'Salesman' cast selected; Tarrant to play lead -- No shaving for 15 men in contest -- 'Barber of Seville' to open Thursday -- Editorials: Fateful Fairmount ; An educated man -- Survey reveals large audience for University's radio station / Betty Kirkendall -- Ready to go national: Men of Webster, oldest fraternity at WU, to join Delta Upsilon -- Rings...and things -- Campus social functions need faculty sponsors -- Sig Eps hold annual dance at Broadview -- Phi Sigs take final steps to nationalization [sic] -- Sears official to give talk -- Staff heads to attend Chicago journalism meet -- Fall officers, pledges named for Kappa Pi -- Famous missionary to speak at YWCA public meeting -- Logopedics meeting to discuss camping
Photograph(s): Dr. Arthur Schlesinger. p. 1 -- Suitor's serenade: Guardian-suitor, Dr. Bartolo played by Howard Solomon, far right, prepares to serenade his charge and would be sweetheart, Rosina, played by Lou Ann Hunt, foreground. Others in the cast include Jeanette Beiter, left; and Dean Looney, Dr. Bartolo's music master, center. The four are members of the cast of the Opera Theatre production, "Barber of Seville," which opens Thursday. p. 1 -- Front room: The downstairs living room in the Men of Webster's house is shown here. The room, located to the right of the entrance hall, has many uses for fraternity members. / photo by Lloyd Tomberlin. p. 3
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