The Sunflower, v.64, no.26 (January 8, 1960)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.26, Wichita, Kansas, January 8, 1960. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Counseling changes slated for July 1st -- Kingston Trio to highlight Library Benefit Concert here -- Top Sunflower jobs filled; Kirkendall, Pitts appointed -- Certificate to be awarded at Engineering Open House -- Local schools seek teachers -- Debaters active in 2 tourneys -- Finals loom with 'respite' slated for Tuesday -- The editor's board: Black is back -- WU students' study habits show no change since CAC / Robert Pace -- Pershing Rifles initiates 15 cadets -- Ex-West Point great new WU football head -- 4th ranked Bradley next for Shockers -- Correspondent to speak on next SFB program -- Dances to follow games next year -- Science group to Los Alamos -- Student given assistantship -- Firm awards scholarships -- Cadet commandant raised to Captain -- Group plans dance
Photograph(s): New officer: The appointment of Carole Pierce, Fine Arts junior, to the office of SGA treasurer was unanimously approved at the SGA meeting Monday evening. The appointment was made by Ken Orr. Miss Pierce and Sandra Schenck, Liberal Arts senior, were awarded $50 activities scholarships. In another appointment, Greg Gray, special events committee chairman, appointed Mary Salyer, Liberal Arts sophomore, to the post of Hippodrome chairman. / photo by Keesko Reed. p. 1 -- John Ritchey, one of WU's thousands, reviews for finals. p. 1