The Sunflower, v.66, no.21 (December 1, 1961)

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1961-12-01
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.21, Wichita, Kansas, December 1, 1961. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Cage season opens tonight for Shocks -- SG agenda lists NSA, bowl trip -- Teamster head to speak here today -- Summer tour: Arrangements complete for European seminar -- To survey library -- Greek tragedy rehearsals underway; 'Trojan Women' opens next week -- Senior class coffee scheduled today -- Pre-registration dates listed; Class advising begins Dec. 4 -- Editorial views: The partition is necessary -- The readers speak: Reader condemns editorial tactics / L. S. Abbott; Will editor wave hammer, sickle? / Thomas L. Long -- Sanity of stones / Ron Smith -- 4 Shocks on All-Missouri Valley team -- Sports spindle / Roger Doyle -- 'Get-acquainted' social scheduled by Ball and Chain club tomorrow -- 15 WU delegates attending KC student union conference
Photograph(s): Shockers cage starters: Leading the 1961-62 WU basketball squad onto the court tonight against Colorado State will be, from left to right, Gene Wiley, Lanny Van Eman, Ernie Moore and Jerry Kittiko. Shown in the middle is Coach Ralph Miller, who begins his 12th year at the Shocker helm. Wayne (Bull) Durham will be the other starter. Game time is 8:05 p.m. The Shocks will meet Wyoming in the Roundhouse tomorrow night and Nebraska on Monday night. p. 1 -- Helen's defense: Shown during the second act of the 'Trojan Women' are, left, Robi Rude portraying Hecula; Delanie Morris, Helen of Troy; and Piet Knetsch, Menelaus. Helen is defending herself against the judgements [sic] of the other two. p. 1
"Ball & Chain Extends Membership Welcome See Page Four"
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