The Sunflower, v.64, no.44 (April 1, 1960)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.44, Wichita, Kansas, April 1, 1960. - 6 pages
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Article(s): New college proposed for Campus in 1961 -- SGA candidates set; Elections April 6-7 -- SFB brings Bennett Cerf to Auditorium on April 5 -- April 5, 11 deadlines for Hippo themes -- Lit mag deadline set for 5 p.m. today -- WU, Friends U. to host clearing house meet -- Party urges all students to cast votes Includes special April 1st issue of "The Sunblast": Paper bad? Here's why -- SGA sets 2 TGIF days -- Dr. Soc to address SFB - Editor to box soon -- Staff ghost writer reviews faculty meeting happenings -- New political parties add to campus chaos -- DJ's [sic] take honors in wrestling / Jim Collier -- Cornhusker next for MVC tennis [illegible] -- Diamond men play at home tomorrow -- Ray Morrison resigns post -- Shocker track squad to enter Texas relays -- H.S. musicians compete here -- Dance troup [sic] to show film -- Alumni fund drive launched -- NCCJ holds meeting here
Photograph(s): Uncaptioned photograph of Bennett Cerf. p. 1 -- Press Queen: Joy McConnell, Press Queen, will be the University's candidate to the Drake Relays Queen Contest / Gary Herlocker. p. 1 "The Sunblast": Dr. Soc. p. 2 -- Dim outlook: Star Sunblast reporters (above) Daddy-E-O Daily and Lois Lane have a dim outlook on the political situation on campus. "All of these amateur politicos have lost their cook," Daddy-e-o stated. p. 3 -- Winning hold: Applying a winning hold on his opponent is Ken Berry, on right, who won the 177 weight division title in the intramural wrestling tournament held last week. -- Uncaptioned photograph of Ray Morrison. p. 5