The Sunflower, v.62, no.02 (September 24, 1957)

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1957-09-24
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.2, Wichita, Kansas, September 24, 1957. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Freshmen to shine in 'Dial M' -- 58 to compete in SC election -- Faster ticket handling sought by Council head -- Plans final for boosters -- KMUW opens season with music, news -- 6 pepsters to be picked -- Accounting talk Thursday -- Why a union fee? -- It's this way / Diane Copeland -- Logopedics group to meet Tuesday -- Yearbook company sponsors clinic for high schools -- Engineering prof publishes manual -- University faculty largest in history; Staff totals 245 -- Record number coeds pledge sororities -- 'Hell Week' abolished: Frats follow national trend -- AWS will host tea for coeds -- AFROTC enrolls 331 this semester
Photograph(s): Who are the Barbs?: A question which has been travelling [sic] about the campus for the past weeks remains unanswered. Carol Clay, Liberal Arts sophomore, was just one of the many students who stopped to look at the signs. p. 1 -- Nightshirt Parade winner in the women's division was Delta Gamma Sorority. Pledges of the sorority wore firemen's hats to carry out the theme, "Blast the Sun Devils." Winner in the men's division was Pi Alpha Pi fraternity. p. 1 -- It's mine. An unidentified Shocker grabs for an elusive ball, and teammate Bill Badger (61) shows that he has the same intentions. The Wheatshockers lost to the Sun Devils of Arizona 28-0. p. 1
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The Sunflower
v.62 no.2
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