The Sunflower, v.63, no.10 (October 21, 1958)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.10, Wichita, Kansas, October 21, 1958. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Lee explains use of voting machines: Queen ballot 'demonstrated' -- Rapid progress made in carnival planning -- Thursday application deadline set for dynamics workshop -- Machines to speed WU downs -- KU law dean to interview WU students -- Editorials: Security checks -- Shock talk -- Delta Gamma: Objectives of DG's include aid to American, Foreign Students -- AWS selects frosh council -- 15 members join Orchesis; Officers chosen -- WU music sorority initiates 17 pledges -- Mikrokosmos extends art, prose deadlines -- 'Contrast' cast tryouts begin this Wednesday -- G.B. Shaw's 'Pygmalion' opens drama season -- Riflemen attend policy convention -- Membership blanks for CAC available
Photograph(s): Mechanical ballot: Mrs. Mary Kay Peltzer, Sedgwick County Election Commissioner, explains the use of voting machines to Claude [illegible], Student Government Association election commissioner. Lee, in turn, will explain the mechanical ballot to poll workers for the Homecoming Queen election, Wednesday and Thursday. / photo by Lloyd Tomberlin. p. 1 -- Scenic view: Sunflower photographer Lloyd Tomberlin caught this high-up view of the University while flying with Dave Henderson, vice-president of the University Flying Club. The picture is taken looking north. Flying Club members have two planes available for contract flying about the countryside, enabling them to catch similar views of the campus often. p. 1 -- Outside looking in: The patio of the Delta Gamma house provides an unusual picture of the sorority's lodge. The recreation room was formerly a screened-in porch which was enclosed this summer along with extensive redecoration. / photo by Lloyd Tomberlin. p. 3