The Sunflower, v.64, no.34 (February 26, 1960)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.34, Wichita, Kansas, February 26, 1960. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Engineering open house begins today -- Business ad students to hear presidents -- $13,000 granted to WU -- U.S. status conscious-Packard -- 'Future careers' discussion of business representatives -- School flag contest set -- Deadline today for Queen entrants -- Annual teacher conference to be held here March 5 -- Have guns - will travel: WRA organizes rifle team; Coeds become 'crack' shot -- The editor's board: Open house beckons -- Colleges oppose loyalty act / University Press Service -- Grade average basis for club awards -- Branch assignments issued for Army ROTC cadets -- New program is announced for students -- Flying saucers? 'Saucers' to appear feasible at engineering open house -- Dean Razak in 'Who's Who' -- Engineers to display projects Open House to begin today / Mike Martin -- Cry for engineers answered -- Coeds crash 'man's field' -- Shocks face big 'O' 6th time -- Track team nips Omaha
Photograph(s): SFB speaker: Don Pratt, Student Forum Board president, shakes hands with Vance Packard, Tuesday night SFB speaker. Mr. Packard spoke on "The Status Seekers," the topic of his recent book. / photo by Gary Herlocker. p. 1 -- Ready-aim-fire: Two members of the WRA Rifle Team, Cecelia Cole, left, and Janice Pickering draw a bead on targets as Sgt. Jack Cox, coach, looks on. Both girls are Fine Arts sophomores. p. 1 -- Final adjustments: Making final adjustments on one of the projects that can be seen at [illegible] Engineering Open House are, left to right, Frank Wright, and Dave Sawdy, both engineering [illegible]. p. 4 -- Ready for Open House: An engineering student makes final preparations for Open House. p. 5