The Sunflower, v.66, no.16 (November 7, 1961)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.16, Wichita, Kansas, November 7, 1961. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Shockers surprise Cowboys with 25-13 upset: WU gains 7-1 overall mark for season -- 984 cast votes in Homecoming Queen election: Winner named during upcoming Drake - WU tilt -- 4 charges detonated on campus -- Tourney beckons debaters; 40 colleges in competition -- Began 8th season: Biology prof assumes role of WU theatre stagehand / Mary Jane Dunlap -- WU concert scheduled for Thursday night -- Top staffers announced by military frat -- Casting Set for Trojan -- Guest editorial: Soviet nuclear testing -- The readers speak: Society to present controversial film / Richard J. Meyer -- 2 scholarships offered seniors -- Sanity of stones / Ron Smith -- In one ear / Linda Gummow -- Old swing given new 'twist'; New dance crazes examined -- CPA exams fixed for Nov. 8-10 here -- Betas select new 'Betty Coed' -- Experimental group presenting 'Lesson', 'Fumed Oak' -- Unusual staging devices used in 'Don Giovanni' production
Photograph(s): Turner makes it 13-7. Shocker end Ron Turner dives into the OSU end zone for the Shockers' second touchdown of the afternoon against the Cowboys Saturday. Cowboys defenders are Halfback John Maisel (11) and Center Roy Peck (53). / photo by Tom Doan. p. 1 -- Dr. Clair Hannum, 'veteran' stagehand. p. 1 -- A familiar sight at Friday's TGIF party. Students are shown here doing the popular new dance, the 'Twist.' / photo by Tom Doan. p. 3. -- Man's communication difficulties are hilariously exploited in the Experimental Theatre production of 'The Lesson.' Appearing in the play are Naomi Jo Scott and David Alquist. p. 4
"Opera Employs Unusual Staging See Page Four"