The Sunflower, v.58, no.04 (October 8, 1953)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.58, no.4, Wichita, Kansas, October 8, 1953. - 8 pages

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Article(s): Cast chosen for 'Stalag 17' -- KMUW to air Mankind show -- Elect officers, representatives -- University regents appoint Razak, Duerksen as deans -- French minister will speak here -- Paper awarded honor rating -- Parnassus photo schedule is set -- Students to give 4-part program -- Board approves lab construction -- Fieldhouse construction delayed 9 months -- Debaters schedule 6 tournaments -- Rabbi to talk on Israel -- Alpha Tau Sigma to honor 32 new pledges at dance -- Club corner: Officers' election, piano duet planned for French club -- Jeannine Crowdus to represent Wichita at America Royal show -- YW group opens membership drive -- Mercer to head Grace Wilkie Hall -- First sorority helped form sister group sat university / Jenive McGrew -- Sororities pledge 57 as rush season ends -- Rifle marksmanship movies for women -- Scholarships goal of Indian ritual dance -- Wives to hear Mrs. H. A. Decker -- 'Pollys' to elect 2 freshmen reps -- Breakfast held by Kappa Rhos -- WRA continues membership drive -- U.S. needs map aid -- As other see us / Se-Yong Kim -- Problems in the east -- Reader speaks: Directory wanted; Dr. David Herman elected -- Autos amaze French student, Wichita scholarship winner / Cathy Waters -- So goes main: School runs on 8-hour day -- Station requires additional staff -- Art display series starts in Library -- Venice menace: Blind baffles prof -- 3 to attend ACP meeting -- For video fans: Lounge has TV set -- Campus FM: KMUW to beam afternoon shows; staff selected -- Students establish industrial arts club -- Club to hear Dr. Nielander -- Riflemen to parade today -- ROTC enrolls 659 men -- Shocks gunning for Cowpokes: Munies to invade Lewis Field for second Missouri Valley Tilt -- 10 teams compete in league games -- Valley statistics rank grid men -- Meet your Shockers: Transfers ready for A. and M. -- Shockers rout Braves, 55-0 -- Wichita freshmen to match Tulsa -- Racquets fly: Net tourney opens -- Varsity wrestlers to meet today -- Art gallery displays studies by Wichita cartoonist-painter -- Night school adds lecturer -- State health jobs open -- Eddy Howard band featured at 'Trig'
Photograph(s): Dean Razak; Dean Duerksen. p. 1 -- Construction on the University's new athletic arena will start several months later than planned when the structure was approved last spring. Monday night the Board of Regents approved a time-table calling for completion of the $2 million arena by September, 1955, instead of the original December, 1954, deadline. p. 1 -- 3600 Clough place: The colonial type house of Sorosis is situated on the northwest corner of Clough Place. It is a second-home to its members, who are proud to belong to the first social sorority formed on the University campus / Humphries. p. 3 -- Arlette Bouvier. p. 4 -- Bob Burton. p. 5 -- Shocker halfback Dave Bowersock in white jersey is tackled by Miller (62), Bradley halfback, while Frank Goza (80), fullback, and Roger Clemmer (85), tackle for Bradley, stand by to help out if needed. The Shockers won the game 55-0. p. 7 -- Set for A. & M.: Set to play a large role in the Oklahoma game Saturday, are (front row, left to right) Gil Tatman, Jack O'Toole and Vera Speicher. Handling the signal calling duties for the Shockers are (from left, back row) Connie Hoffmans, John Cronan and Bill Pace. p. 7 -- Bob Schaeffer. p. 7
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