The Sunflower, v.62, no.07 (October 11, 1957)

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1957-10-11
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.7, Wichita, Kansas, October 11, 1957. - 4 pages
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Article(s): SC discusses calendar, pep / Alex Mitchell -- Regents approve four contracts at meeting -- Recent events herald space age; No satellite race, says Laurence -- Applications for SCONA due Tuesday -- Reapers open membership -- Campus parking regulations will be enforced - Sours - Review, parade end ROTC inspection -- University nurse urges polio shots -- Corbin heads United drive -- Rhodes scholarships offered -- Letters to the editor: To Carolyn Peel, Pep Coordinator / Larry G. Barnett -- It's this way / Diane Copeland -- 'Sunrise Serenade' added for KMUW morning fans -- Study grants awarded for music works -- Shockers seek first grin win -- Basketball training to start soon -- WRA schedule: Tournament to open Tuesday -- Frosh cagers to practice -- J's take top in 'mural play
Photograph(s): As the Shockers were meeting defeat on Lewis Field in Stillwater, Saturday, the cheerleaders and the Aggie Cowpokes, the pep club of OSU, were having some excitement on the sidelines. Several members of the OSU men's pep group took the pom-poms from the University cheerleaders, causing quite a stir among the Shocker boosters. All but one pom-pom was returned, however. / photo by Bob Anderson. p. 1 -- KMUW staffer Bob Austin begins an early morning broadcast from the campus station. With coffee close at hand he spins the records for "Sunrise Seranade [sic]." p. 3
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The Sunflower
v.62 no.7
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