The Sunflower, v.62, no.11 (October 25, 1957)

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1957-10-25
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.11, Wichita, Kansas, October 25, 1957. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Council hears finance report: SC allocates $2,400 to WU organizations -- SC revenue raised from student fees -- 3,500 HS musicians perform here at annual University Band Day -- PR workshop to be Tuesday -- President to attend NCA meet -- Noted artist will perform -- Second showing of 'Dial M' tonight -- ISA to sponsor auto display today -- Varsity candidacy in spring sports open to freshmen -- Down, but not out -- A muddy problem -- It's this way / Diane Copeland -- 'Dial M' rated top thriller / Don Rude -- And now relax...relax: Reporter undergoes hypnosis / Mary Simmonds -- AFROTC to parade in official review -- Delegation to attend press meet -- Accounting 'Top Ten' announced -- AF rifle team fires -- 'Bartered Bride' is season's first opera -- Near East students to study American scholarship, culture / I.P. -- Beauty pageant scheduled to replace yearbook dance / George Leondedis -- Photographers meet slated for Sunday -- Mortar Board will run snack stand -- Faculty members display art work in FA center here -- Campus wear is bulky and comfortable -- Harriers place 2nd in local meet -- Dean raises Valley standing: Halfback gains second place after Shocker-Cowboy tilt / Jack Mattis -- Varsity golf meet open to freshmen -- Army ROTC, Webster II lead leagues -- Handbook for profs in planning process -- Sports broadcasts slated by KMUW -- Freshman prowess goes untested in Tulsa tussle - Coach Morrison: Frosh score second win -- WRA gals now competing in volleyball tournament -- WU debaters open season at Winfield -- Blackwell suffers fracture, out of play for this season / Roy Pitts -- Michigan State believed to have first honors college / I. P.
Photograph(s): Hustling across Veterans Field are high school band members, shown above, who were among the 3,500 secondary school musicians on the campus during the annual Band Day last Saturday. / photo by Bob Anderson. p. 1 -- Who are WuShock and his shadow? This question was asked by many University students attending the football games. Sonja Pumpelly, head cheerleader, and WuShock and his shadow - a girl- will keep their identities hidden since WuShock is a symbol of the University and not to be thought of as an individual. p. 3 -- Don Rude, Parnassus editor, examines a photograph to be used in this year's book. / photo by Don Anderson. p. 4 -- Shocker halfback Ted Dean moved into second place in the Missouri Valley Conference ground gaining race last week by churning out 75 yards in 12 carries against Hardin-Simmons. p. 5
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The Sunflower
v.62 no.11
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