The Sunflower, v.71, no.02 (September 21, 1966)
The Sunflower, v.71 no.2. Wichita, Kansas, September 21, 1966. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Freshmen to host panel on Thursday -- Parnassus student pics due Oct. 3-14 -- Anthropology Club plans coffee, mixer -- Applications to be taken -- October 1 is Editor’s Day -- President’s message / Emory Lindquist -- GI Bill eligibility -- Welcome Freshmen -- Decisions, decisions -- Apathy holds ho-hum meet -- Book review: Popularity of Salinger and Golding is shaken by Tolkien's imaginative novel / Ron Wylie -- Gary Lewis, Playboys entertain at Cotillion -- Turkey: Land of rose oil -- Cindy begins business enterprise -- To read female, read her clothes -- Death of Greek lovers, like 'Romeo and Juliet' -- Sororities list pledge classes -- Physics professor attended institute -- Reif on leave to study in Vienna -- Students needed to work on play -- Community Theater tickets on sale -- Some grad students given wrong card -- Wichita students finish movement into new rooms -- Opera contest nears finale -- Movie star John Carradine to be featured in theatre / Cheri Basta -- Honors Program adds 90 scholars to roll -- CYR to host GOP leaders -- Specialist degree will be granted by Wichita State -- Buth, Jessup head cross-country team -- Shocks take top spot in yards penalized at SIU -- Old 'Blackjack' returns
Photograph(s): Uncaptioned photograph of a large gathering of students. p. 1 -- Gary Lewis and the Playboys are shilhouetted [sic] against the Cotillion bandstand. p. 5 -- A Sheffiled design: the plate Cindy holds came from her glassware collection. Some of these articles were used before the 19th Century. p. 6 -- This pitcher and bowl set originally came from Pennsylvania and traveled all the way to Kansas where Cindy bought it at a sale. It is sitting on a commode and was used about the turn of the century. p. 6 -- Cindy refinished this cupboard herself before bringing it into her shop. It has an original cannister [sic] set in in and was used approximately 1910. p. 6 -- Images in this collection were made from commercially produced and digitized microfilm, may be of poor quality, and will be gradually replaced by copies digitized by Special Collections from original paper copies. Mary Jane Teall and John Carradine discuss upcoming production of "The Heiress."
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