The Sunflower, v.66, no.17 (November 10, 1961)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.17, Wichita, Kansas, November 10, 1961. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Queen, Gridiron H-Day unfolds / Fran Smith -- WU grows from 12 to 5,748 -- '61 directory sales to open -- Herbert Philbrick: Ex-FBI man addresses capacity campus crowd -- Homecoming decorations materialize -- Alum day 'sing along' skit ready -- Faculty art on display -- 'Red Carpet' plans proclaimed -- Bircher Robert Love eco prof to debate -- Editorial views: 'Time of change' -- The readers speak: Alum blasts out at Birch society / Olen Earnest -- Sanity of stones / Ron Smith -- Legal bias cited: Permanent policy statement bans commie speakers at N.Y. colleges -- Campus 'Rock of Gibraltar' donated by 1955 engineers / Sherrie Monasmith -- Powell to appear on 'Ideas in Action' -- Univesrity yesterdays: Alumni to recall fond memories tomorrow -- Study carrolls [sic] receiving trial run in library -- WU editors return from ACP meeting -- WU vs. Drake in homecoming clash: Alumni to see one of great Shocker grid teams Saturday / Roger Doyle -- 3 former Shocker football players showing well in professional ranks -- Basketball outlook: Miller sees 'good year' for Shock cage squad -- Sports spindle / Roger Doyle -- I-M leagues windup play; Betas lead -- Shock cross-country team captures MVC meet title -- Pit Theatre scene of two plays tonight -- Shades of past...a scene in 20's -- 'Rousing spirit pleasant task' say yell leaders / Mary Jane Dunlap -- Fairmount graduate, WU teacher reviews rivalries, traditions, spirit / Dave Hanks
Photograph(s): Homecoming Queen candidates vying for the honor are left to right: Sharon Richardson, Julia Lindsay, Martha Hiscutt, Peggy Edminster, Dorothy Lund, and Anne Deschner. p. 1 -- Campus landmark examined by Ronald L. Britt, and Tom Salter, Mechanical Engineering senior and junior. p. 3 -- Pep...on, off field reflected in pictorial past: Leblanc clears way, play good for 10; a salute to fans, a halftime spectacular; Coach briefs crew, another unit ready; Cowgill, Lindsley and WuShock, a usual Gridiron grin; Shock halfback down, Aggies halt move; Shocker victory wagon, the men's dorm bloc; Dumler awaits countdown, in 'lonesome' flanker position. p. 5 -- Coach Hank Foldberg. p. 6 -- Tead Dean, outstanding in pro-ranks -- Cal Elmore, MVC distance champ. p. 7
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