The Sunflower, v.64, no.42 (March 25, 1960)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.42, Wichita, Kansas, March 25, 1960. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Harvard prof to join WU business staff -- 8 debaters compete in tourneys -- CHANGE names top two candidates -- European trip forms available -- Policy set by BPOC on revision -- Loyalty oaths subject of TV program -- NCCJ to hold conference on 'attitudes' -- The editor's board: Where is the line? -- No time to knit: Untiring operator does more than speak 'Number please' -- First impressions: Sets create mood, convey 'tone' to audience, actors -- Theatre to present comedy -- J-students find positions numerous now -- Staff meets final deadline for yearbook -- Pigeon upsets library order -- San Romani, Merriman set record -- Frosh place 2nd in MVC swim meet -- WU trims Northwestern -- MVC honors 3 cagers -- WU track squad to compete in O-State invitational preview -- WU bowlers face O-State -- Netmen play KU here -- New comic appears in Sunflower -- ROTC hosts rifle match -- TV series to feature Dr. Baxter
Photograph(s): Dr. Robert W. Merry. p. 1 -- Phillip Saunsaucie. p. 1 -- Focusing in: Fontelle Slater, Liberal Arts junior, focuses an enlarger in preparation for printing a negative in the journalism darkroom in the Commons. Miss Slater is a member of a press photography class taught by Garry Millsap / Gary Herlocker. p. 1 -- Voice with a smile: Mrs. Mary Janzen, head switchboard operator, handles a call, one of some 2,000 a day at the University switchboard. p. 2 -- Archie San Romani ; Lew Merriman. p. 4 -- Coach Ray Morrison. p. 4