The Sunflower, v.66, no.06 (October 3, 1961)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.6, Wichita, Kansas, October 3, 1961. - 4 pages

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Article(s): WU bumps Cincy; Nightshirts parade: Alpha Chi's, Phi Delts take first -- SFB lecturer defends Circe, lauds Odyssey -- Shocks 21-13 winners in home debut -- 'Blackjack' sounds off Shocker TD's -- Director's works to be published -- Director's works to be published -- Contest requirements listed for Varsity Sue, Sam event -- New Spanish prof: Winget views language as vocation, avocation -- Two seniors win grants -- Editorial views: Spirit-past, future -- Young Demo's [sic] name officers -- A second look: Difference of opinion makes horse races / Rand Hendrickson -- The readers speak: Well worn cliche refuge for profs / Don C. Simpson -- English profs to offer new poetry series -- Sorority parade winner -- 195 collegiates pledge Greeks during 1961 fall rush session -- In one ear / Janna Wassweiler -- Esquire reports: Fraternities fight for life as many chapters go local Cheerleader tryouts set -- Documentary films set for showing -- WU health office lists doctors, hours
Photograph(s): Bearcat offensive maneuver: Cincinnati University backs step into high gear in second period play against the Shockers Saturday night. The rushing attempt gained only 2-yards and added little to the total 49-yards the Bearcats ground out against the superior WU line. Wichita won, 21-13. / photo by Tom Doan. p. 1 -- Dr. Lynn Winget nuevo profesor de Espanol. p. 1 -- Shocker cheerleader Judy Christopherson is shown as she gets set to ignite a blast from 'Blackjack'-signalizing a WU touchdown against Cincinnati. Supervising the firing are members of the Pershing Rifles, guardians of the cannon. / photo by Tom Doan. p. 1 -- Trophy winner: Taking first place trophy in the sorority division in the annual Nightshirt Parade Saturday night was Alpha Chi Omega. Members of the Alpha Chi pledge class are shown above with their presentation. Phi Delta Theta won in the fraternity division. p. 3 -- Miss Porter thinks 'Odyssey' tops. p. 4
"Are Fraternities Doomed? See Page Four"