The Sunflower, v.61, no.18 (November 20, 1956)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.61, no.18, Wichita, Kansas, November 14, 1956. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Cowboy Carnival nets 800 dollars, benefits WUS: Sorosis coed wins title with 243.50 dollars -- Booster ticket sales set to close today -- All faiths service set for Thurs. -- University hosts 150 debaters during Nat'l Invitational tourney -- Homecoming study group plans report -- Claudia White named Betty Coed -- Radios solve debate problem -- Founders honored -- In one ear / Carol Clay -- Broadcast tryouts slated for tonight -- Editorial page: Emergency call ; Guest editorial / Harry F. Corbin ; Errors in stories prompt correction -- Lewis, Bonett named delegates to SCONA -- Membership sets precedent -- Holiday modifies library schedule -- Debaters to hold sale in Commons
Photograph(s): Direct hits were scored on George Gird and Lean Looney, members of Phi Mu Alpha Sinphonia, at the pie-throw booth. p. 1 -- Next speaker for forum: Former Deputy Prime Minister of England, Herbert Morrison, will be the second lecturer in the 1956-57 Student Forum series. p. 1 -- Carnival royalty: Smiling winners of the "Sam" and "Suzie" titles at Friday night's Cowboy Carnival were George Anderton, Alpha Gamma, and Janice Hupp, Sororsis [sic]. They were announced and crowned at 9:30 p.m. preceding the auction which climaxed the Carnival. p. 1