The Sunflower, v.64, no.01 (September 18, 1959)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.1, Wichita, Kansas, September 18, 1959. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Shocks open season tomorrow: Team eyes victory on K-State's field / Tommy Vanderhoofven -- Students seek new speakers -- Orr attends annual USNSA congress -- Legislature, Court jobs now open -- Pep council names theme for parade -- Recreation director forming campus bowling leagues now / Jim Collier -- 28 faculty members join WU staff as replacements -- President's greetings -- AWS applications now being taken -- And...we're off! -- Dye assumes job as athletic director -- Rec director lists schedule of hours -- Record 5,940 enroll at WU -- WU band marches on Manhattan -- YWCA plans opening drive
Photograph(s): Meet the captains: Shocker co-captains Dick Young, right, and Ray Wichert, left, take time off from final scrimmage sessions to 'be shot' with Head Football Coach Chalmer "Woody" Woodard. p. 1 -- Let 'er roll-These five Delta Gammas appear to be in the swing at the first Greek Yell-in, held Monday night on the campus. Approximately 500 sorority and fraternity members attended the "yell-in" for their pledges and stayed for the street dance and open houses which followed. Herk's Combo provided the dance music for the affair, which was organized by Phi Delta Theta Bob Hale. p. 1 -- Harry F. Corbin. p. 2 -- And away we go-Wheatshockers went through rugged final drills this week as they prepared to face the K-State squad in their opener. The Shockers are expected to have a huge crowd of boosters with them at Memorial Stadium tomorrow afternoon. p. 4