The Sunflower, v.61, no.10 (October 23, 1956)

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1956-10-23
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.61, no.10, Wichita, Kansas, October 23, 1956. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Grad Day to include ball, prizes -- Docking visits campus today -- WU hosts 200 engineer profs, SC assists chest drive -- 6 men seek 'Ugly' title -- Final photo dates set -- 4 to attend Deans' meet -- Senate nominates start political week / Don Rude -- AF ROTC chooses sweethearts -- Slip in list, man is guest -- Booster trip tickets on sale until Nov. 9 -- PR workshop: 30 hear publicity advice -- Distinguished five: Military honors bestowed -- Mother and daughter to graduate together / Beverly Haring -- Card reveal Smith myth -- 'Papa' opens 3-day run
Photograph(s): "Wichita - Air Capital" was spelled out by 59 bands from Kansas and Oklahoma, during Band Day ceremonies, Saturday afternoon at Veterans Field. The approximately 3,800 high school students played three selections together, the National Anthem, the United States Air Force March, and Band Day, U.S.A., the latter composed by Forest Buchtel and dedicated to James Kerr, University band director, and the University of Wichita's Band Day. p. 1 -- Angel Flight sweethearts are (from left to right) Vicki Basham, Judy Crabtree, Jody Evans, Annette Wiehl, and Joyce Phipps. With them is Cadet Col. Yale Davis. The sweethearts were selected by the cadet corps of Air Force ROTC. p. 2
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The Sunflower
v.61 no.10
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