The Sunflower, v.63, no.20 (November 25, 1958)

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Article(s): Hilton crowned Homecoming Queen -- Top honors in tourney to E-State -- Regents modernize retirement plan -- Gammas, DG's win 1st in house decorations -- Art students design new WU decals -- Registration dates set; Schedule books on sale -- Editorials: Don't fence me in -- Loman painted in oil -- Psychology consultant visits WU campus -- Gold Rush: Prominence of 'Midas Touch' brightens fall fashions scene -- Sigma Phi Epsilon: Eta colony, formerly Pi Alpha Pi, first WU Greek letter fraternity -- PR officers take oath -- 1958-59 Shocker basketball team to be strong MVC contenders -- 13 students appointed to 5 WU committees -- 12 CAC delegates attend student union convention
Photograph(s): Homecoming Queen: Norma Hilton, representing Grace Wilkie Hall, wears a big smile after being crowned Homecoming Queen during ceremonies held at halftime during the Homecoming football game Saturday. / photo by Lloyd Tamberlin. p. 1 -- Stiff competition: Keith Brown, winner of the Bearded Man Contest, surveys his bearded reflection in a mirror. Brown was named the winner of the contest at the Homecoming Dance, Saturday night. / photo by Lloyd Tomberlin. p. 1 -- George goofs again: The Homecoming display of Alpha Gamma Gamma fraternity showing a third George Washington "goof" was not wasted. It was rated as tops for the men's division during the judging Saturday. p. 1 -- Victory dance: Alpha Phi sorority danced away with the women's Homecoming display trophy when their display "Shockers Dance Away with Victory" was judged best in their field during the display judging Saturday. p. 1 -- Willy Loman: Larre Tarrant, Liberal Arts senior, poses for students of the art department who are painting portraits of him as Willy Loman, the leading character in "Death of a Salesman" which will be presented in the Commons Auditorium Dec. 11, 12, and 13. p. 2 -- Dr. Edmunt Jacobson. p. 2 -- The large windows in the modern Sigma Phi Epsilon house let light stream into the house at almost any hour of the day, further accentuating the modernized interior door. p. 3 -- 1958-59 basketball team: Standing, left to right, Dick Miller, assistant coach, Ron Knoekne, Bob Glascock, Martin Pauley, Ron Heller, Everett Wessell, [illegible] Urban, Tom Mallot, Stu Heller, and Gary Thompson, freshman coach. Kneeling are John Gales, Virgil Brady, Dick Cassidy, Ralph Miller, head coach, Sy Rosdeitcher, Lanny Van Eman and Al Tate. p. 4
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.20, Wichita, Kansas, November 25, 1958. - 4 pages
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