The Sunflower, v.65, no.06 (October 4, 1960)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.65, no.6, Wichita, Kansas, October 4, 1960. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Straw vote for U.S. Chief Executive begins today -- Nixon or Kennedy? Sunflower launches Presidential poll -- SFB series to open with talk by African -- Yearbook pictures to start -- Young GOP club to meet -- Blue Eagles feature of Annual Band Day -- Western motif slated for 'Cowboy Carnival' -- KMUW radio will present 'Alibi Ad lib' each week day -- Eddie Bracken here Thursday -- Another step forward -- Three university wind tunnels in constant experimental use / Dennis Prouty -- Campus citizens? Engineering council to set election -- Dorm women wake to 'Sound Off,' move through an event-filled day / Marilyn Kinney -- Campus capers / Jan Foltz -- Council sets closing date for open rush -- Grace Willkie Hall dorm mixer -- Drummer drops, show goes on / Vaughn Sink -- ADS to hear Beach
Photograph(s): Demo candidate: Sen. John F. Kennedy addressed University students at a special convo last November; GOP standard bearer: Vice President Richard M. Nixon spoke at a Republican rally in the Fieldhouse in 1958. p. 1 -- And the wind blows!: Pictured above is one of the Engineering School's three wind tunnels. Both subsonic and supersonic air speeds can be achieved in the tunnels. / photo by Gary Herlocker. p. 2 -- Welcome Woody: Vaughn Sink, (left) Sunflower Managing Editor, interviews Woody Herman following 'the Woodchopper's' concert Thursday evening in the Commons Auditorium. p. 4