The Sunflower, v.62, no.14 (November 5, 1957)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.62, no.14, Wichita, Kansas, November 5, 1957. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Plans progressing for Collegiate Young Republican state workshop / Mary Simmonds -- Reorganization plan opposed by board veep / Carol Clay -- WU loses 6th game -- WU offers variety of TV shows -- 1,721 students are enrolled in AE -- East-West friendship spans years -- Sunflower staff advertising jobs are now available -- CPA examinations scheduled for 80 -- AF ROTC to host Sooner rifle team -- Silversmithing, enameling exhibited -- Within a university -- 43,906 students enrolled in state colleges and jucos -- ROTC assigns sweethearts -- Advertising club approves by-laws and constitution -- On campus / Max Shulman -- Recent progress in India cited by Dr. Chandrasekhar / Bill Boone -- ISA to sell Yule Greetings -- 11 selected for parts in 'Antigone' -- WRA plans tournament -- Federal civil service exams now open to college Juniors -- Mortar Board climaxes coed's college -- University group represented at joint YWCA, YMCA meet -- Dance honors fall pledges of Alpha Chi -- AWS adopts new program for members
Photograph(s): Three members of the Collegiate Young Republicans are shown above completing arrangements for a workshop to be sponsored by the student political organization. The workshop will be held on Nov. 15, 16, 17 in the Lassen Hotel. University students on the committee include, from left, Jack Turner, state first vice-chairman, Carol Camp, and Nancy Gore. p. 1 -- An informal discussion in the Commons Pine Room produces considerable interest among University faculty members and the sociology department's guest speaker, Dr. Sripati Chandrasekhar of India. From left to right are Dr. Amy Gerling, associate professor of sociology; Dr. Arthur A. Wichmann, professor and head of the economics department; Dr. Chandrasekhar; and Dr. Donald O. Cowgill, professor and head of the sociology department. p. 3 -- Sandra Berg. p. 4