The Sunflower, v.63, no.09 (October 17, 1958)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.9, Wichita, Kansas, October 17, 1958. - 4 pages

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Article(s): 2 named to serve on court -- Full agenda awaits SGA on Monday -- 7 in Homecoming Queen race; Voting Wednesday, Thursday -- ID card violators will be penalized -- Enrollment at 5,746; Men outnumber coeds -- Symphony to open Tuesday -- What is WUS?: Senior traveler visits campus; Explains purpose of program / Bill Bidwell -- Editorials: Tradition transition ; Let's all pitch in -- P-Z group shot next -- Physics meeting set for tonight -- $35,000 oval rims veterans field; New all-weather track nearly ready -- Coach tells why benches were moved -- Young 8th on offense -- More about pride / Terry Grabham -- Flu shots available -- Directories to be distributed -- 'Ugly Man' votes being cast -- Directories to be distributed -- Smoker is tonight -- Canterbury to meet -- Sunday meeting set for Newman Club
Photograph(s): "Vote for me on 23": Candidates for Homecoming Queen are, left to right, first row: Anita Greene, Delta Delta Delta; Mary Cloutier. Sigma Phi Epsilon; and Jeanne Seacat, Delta Gamma. Back row are: Liz Bannister, Alpha Chi Omega; Norma Hilton, Grace Wilkie Hall; Shirley Amn, Gamma Phi Beta; and Glenna Heltzel. Alpha Phi. p. 1 -- Completing plans: James P. Robertson, right, professor of music and director of the Wichita Symphony Orchestra, and Richard Condle, Director of the Salt Lake Mormon Tabernacle Choir, are shown as they prepare for the concert to be held Tuesday evening at the Fieldhouse. / photo courtesy of Deseret News Publishing Co. p. 1 -- Another addition: The cinder track around Veterans Field is nearing completion. Built for $35,000, the track encircles the football field. / photo by Richard Vye. p. 3