The Sunflower, v.66, no.09 (October 13, 1961)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.9, Wichita, Kansas, October 13, 1961. - 6 pages

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Article(s): Family life talks head local meet -- German historian visits campus today -- FAC concerts to inaugurate music season -- AWOL SGA members table appointments / Fran Smith -- Corps names WU official -- Student recalls sights, singing following European opera tour / Mary Jane Dunlap -- Tragic construction accident takes life of worker Wednesday morning -- Pep party Saturday -- Editorial views: A successful Homecoming? -- The readers speak: 'SANE' could alter arms race fate / W. Russell Johnson -- Sanity of stones / Ron Smith -- Big band day to draw 3,500 to campus -- Sports spindle / Roger Doyle -- Shocks face MVC showdown against North Texas State -- Male fashions cued for fall in corduroy -- Mild changes seen for men in suits, ties -- AWS appoints 8 as board members -- Civic clubs invite WU profs to speak -- Vests, narrow brim hats, feminine fur trim highlights campus fashion modes -- Photo fees, times listed for yearbook -- Sue, Sam candidates -- Shriver to speak: State news editors schedule annual district meeting here
Photograph(s): Fashions for autumn: Eve's apple trick is outmoded since college fashions have acquired such eye appeal. Carol Campbell, left, is attired in a two-piece suit. The straight jacket and skirt may be worn as a two-piece dress or suit. John Barrier is wearing a raglan sleeve cardigan, button down hopsach shirt, and plaid corduroy slacks. On the ladder is a double breasted, fleece lined denim car coat. Reminiscent of the 20’s, Terri Dehon is wearing a low waist dress with the new relaxed look. p. 1 -- Crandell Waid returns from tour. p. 1 -- Death scene: Shown above is the scene where a construction laborer lost his life Wednesday morning when the giant boom cut loose and crushed him to death. / photo by Tom Doan. p. 1 -- Alex Zyskowski Back of the Week. p. 3 -- Uncaptioned photo of two men and a woman. The men are wearing suits, one man is wearing a hat, and both are holding coats, while the woman is wearing a knee-length coat. p. 4 -- That special dance calls for special fashions. Becky Fehring is shown modeling a cocktail dress with the 'bubble' effect. Dave Peisner is dressed in a worsted suit with matching vest. p. 5 -- The bulky effect is a growing trend in a coed fashions this year. Sandi Frieden is shown wearing stretch pants in a helena and wool knit. p. 4 -- Eleven University freshmen will vie for royalty honors today when they compete for Varsity Sue and Sam. From left to right, first row: Jeanie Kauffman, Alpha Phi; Sue Ann Ward, Gamma Phi Beta; Sharry Hughes, Tri Delta; Mary Duerksen, Delta Gamma; and Pam Weiss, Alpha Chi Omega. Back row, left to right: Jeff Larson, Phi Delt; Dave Peisner, Beta Theta Pi; Pat Murphy, Sigma Phi Epsilon, and Scott Alter, Delta Upsilon. p. 6
"Fall Fashion Features See Page 4, 5"
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