The Sunflower, v.64, no.30 (February 12, 1960)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.30, Wichita, Kansas, February 12, 1960. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Honor breakfast ends 'Egghead' Week -- Spanish department helps state with pilot study of lab methods -- Sunflower to select annual Press Queen -- Tri-Delt scholarship blanks available in Student Services -- Pep council plans to initiate WU students into GGSC -- WU prof identifies old tusk -- The editor's board: That these dead... ; Alma mater familiar? -- Movie to feature Civil War account -- Shockers set to battle Memphis State: Tigers out to seek revenge for loss dealt last season -- Shock talk / Tommy Vanderhoofven -- Golfers to start season -- Shocks split 2 MVC games on road trip -- Tennis team defeats WTC -- CAC publication will make debut -- Cole elected to lead PAC -- Conversational Spanish to start soon on TV -- Too many Johnsons: Two added to Library staff
Photograph(s): A big crowd: Corban LePell, art lecturer, presents his "Abstraction: Everywhere" to students during "Select-a-Lecture" Wednesday morning. Many of the "Operation Egghead" lectures had capacity crowds. "Egghead Week" ends today. An honor breakfast was scheduled to be held early this morning for students with 3.75 overall grade averages. / photo by Gary Herlocker. p. 1 -- To be here: Tickets are now being sold for the Library Benefit Concert that will feature the popular Kingston Trio on Thursday, Feb. 25. The concert will be held in the Fieldhouse. Reserved seat tickets are not being sold on the campus, contrary to a report Tuesday in the Sunflower, but are being sold at Hollabaugh's, 126 S. Main. General admission tickets are available in the CAC information booth. p. 1 -- Gene Wiley. p. 3. -- Belle of the ball: One of the coeds pictured will be crowned Belle of the YWCA 'Haul Your Man' dance tonight. The dance will begin at 8:30 p.m. in the CAC Ballroom. Left to right are: Phyllis Thurman, Alpha Phi; Joyce Cole, Gamma Phi Beta; Hope Kroenlien, Alpha Chi Omega; Marcene Sears, Delta Gamma, and Jan Foltz, Delta Delta Delta. p. 4.