The Sunflower, v.64, no.32 (February 19, 1960)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.32, Wichita, Kansas, February 19, 1960. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Packard to speak for SFB -- SGA rejects loyalty oath -- 6 coeds file petitions for May Queen honors -- Debaters enter competition in Kansas tourney tomorrow -- Documentary show latest in series -- Attention seniors -- Speech department to use closed-circuit television -- The editor's board: Loyalty?? -- 'Ticketing' smaller duty of WU police officer / Dennis Prouty -- Speech frat adds 7 -- Basketball buffet -- Spring course offered in metropolitan finance -- Lehigh ban provokes comment -- Coffee hour to be held for travelers -- Student insurance to close March 1 -- Harriers meet Omaha today -- Merriman wins half-mile test / Tom Vanderhoofven -- Baseballers will begin first drills -- Drake invades Shockerland tomorrow: Bulldogs cast revengeful eyes after earlier defeat at home -- Shock talk / Tommy Vanderhoofven -- Dance to be held after Drake game -- Recorded 'Egghead' lectures available beginning Monday -- WU entrance exam to be held in March -- Graduate student wins third in Schweitzer essay contest
Photograph(s): Queen hopefuls: Karen Williams, Gamma Phi Beta; Donna Kay Gooden, Delta Delta Delta; and Jeanne Seacat, Delta Gamma, all share hopes of being selected May Queen. The other three candidates will be pictured in Tuesday's Sunflower. p. 1 -- Closed circuit TV: Thomas O. Faulkner, Wesley Hospital public relations director, checks out the new closed circuit television set-up before offering the use of it to University radio and television classes. University faculty met with Mr. Faulkner Wednesday and a programming schedule was tentatively arranged. The classes will then have a chance to participate in "live" broadcasts to hospital patients. Newscasts and panel discussions will be presented by students. The hospital has 285 television sets installed in patient rooms. p. 1 -- Ad displays viewed: Three delegates to the advertising-public relations workshop, held this week on campus, view one of the many exhibits displayed on the second floor of the CAC. Pictured above are, (left to right) Howard Babcock, professional illustrator; Bob Hope, Journalism senior; Prof. Gene Bratton. p. 6