University of Wichita coach Ralph Miller poses prior to the 1952-53 opener with four homegrown Shockers: From left, Gary Thompson, Cleo Littleton, Paul Scheer and Sherrill Compton. Shocker basketball began to take off in the 1950s with Miller at the helm and Littleton as the star player. WU was in its early years with the Missouri Valley Conference.
University of Wichita coach Ralph Miller poses prior to the 1952-53 opener with four homegrown Shockers: From left, Gary Thompson, Cleo Littleton, Paul Scheer and Sherrill Compton. Shocker basketball began to take off in the 1950s with Miller at the helm and Littleton as the star player. WU was in its early years with the Missouri Valley Conference. Courtesy photo
University of Wichita coach Ralph Miller poses prior to the 1952-53 opener with four homegrown Shockers: From left, Gary Thompson, Cleo Littleton, Paul Scheer and Sherrill Compton. Shocker basketball began to take off in the 1950s with Miller at the helm and Littleton as the star player. WU was in its early years with the Missouri Valley Conference. Courtesy photo

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