The Sunflower, v.58, no.02 (September 24, 1953)

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1953-09-24
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.58, no.2, Wichita, Kansas, September 24, 1953. - 6 pages

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Article(s): Annual staff heads chosen -- Nightshirt Parade tomorrow night -- Barbara Staner: Wins psych grant -- Drama season opens Oct. 29 -- Music program to be presented -- Seniors to vote on caps, gowns -- Draft exam forms ready -- Raise overdue book fines -- Wichita hosts Tulsa Saturday in season's first home game / Mike Anderson -- Rooms in dorms open for rental -- To participate in flight day -- APO runs lost, found in commons -- Chatter Box / Babs Spivey -- Varsity Sue, Sams chosen -- Myers to head honor women -- 3 attend 'Y' conference -- Four frats pledge 123, 20 under last year -- Campus club adds frosh -- Tea will fete new women -- Canterbury Club re-forms; Will seek national affiliation -- Club corner: Three organizations elect new officers for this semester -- Corbins plan open house -- 'Little boy' look, pocketbook to guide co-ed fall fashions / Jill Wood -- Spanish picnic set for Oct. 1 -- Design your souvenir -- Britain to grant 12 scholarships -- Football band will display new uniforms -- Level sights: ROTC rifle squads to match 8 teams -- Poetry: To open contest -- Campus radio to air game -- New faces: Liberal Arts adds courses, personnel -- Pershing Rifles to march -- The reader speaks: Misses 'Coke' break -- Club will sponsor coffee -- Today is ID pic deadline -- Shockers lose to Utah State in first test -- Shockers played under lights in history's first night games -- Frosh: Placed on varsity -- Yearlings to meet Garden City here -- Sets deadlines for intra-mural entries
Photograph(s): Parking tickets? Not if you don't park your car where it shouldn't be, says special officer G. W. Parsons. Here he kiddingly places a ticket on a student's car. Special officer Parsons said, "I am only here to prevent tickets, not to just give them." / photo by Humphries. p. 1 -- Varsity Sue and Sam: Varsity Sue and Sam were selected last Saturday night in the Henrion Gymnasium. For the first time in the University's history two men tied for Varsity Sam. They are Gary Mann (left) and Stacy Poulson (right.) Eva Jo Rucker (center) was selected Varsity Sue. Here they are shown at the Varsity dance. p. 2 -- New and old uniforms for the University's Football Band are modeled above by Cleo Rucker (right) and Yale Davis (left). Rucker is shown in the new "West Point" style uniforms which will be worn by the band for the first time Saturday night as the entire group perform in the half-time ceremonies at the Tulsa game. p. 4 -- Shocker yearlings ready: Probable starters for the Shocker Frosh in the game with Garden City Junior College, this afternoon, are (front row, left to right) Jim Ingram, Bob Whitt, Dennis Stegman, Dick Bates, Fritz Brandt, Austin Covalt and Ron Baker. Backfield (left to right) Jerry Swanson, Leroy Hinman, Jack Conway and Bill Coughenhour. Frosh coach Dick Monroe has three other lineups that will alternate in the opening game, today. Game time is set for 2:30 p.m. in Veterans Field. p. 5
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