The Sunflower, v.65, no.14 (November 1, 1960)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.65, no.14, Wichita, Kansas, November 1, 1960. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Shocks slosh to win as Flyers fizzle, 7-6 -- Opera cast announced for 'Wives' -- UF drive to begin on campus -- Walkout 'successful' -- Election for HC Queen will be Friday, Nov. 4 -- 'This is my calling': Peace pilgrim roams until 'Perfect Day' / Bill Bidwell -- Parnassus awarded rating of 'Excellent' by ACP critics -- Editorial views: Reliance on law -- Smiths overthrow Johnsons in student directory 'feud' / Bill Bidwell -- More things to do now: WRA tourney interest high -- Campus capers / Jan Foltz -- Candidates have 'fling' on campus
Photograph(s): "Beauty is timeless" as the six attractive candidates for this year's title of Homecoming Queen observe as they leaf through Parnassus of past years viewing pictures of Homecoming Queens who have preceding them. The coeds vying for this year's honor are, left to right, front row, Allison Comstock, Alpha Chi Omega; Ruth Nichol, Delta Delta Delta; and Joan Sipes, Grace Wilkie Hall. Left to right, back row, are Barbara McDowell, Gamma Phi Beta; Elaine Woodman, Delta Gamma; and Milly Wolcott, Alpha Phi. / photo by Gary Herlocker. p. 1 -- Across campus: The Peace Pilgrim, here for a few hours Friday, walks from the Commons Building where she visited briefly in the Sunflower newsroom before going to the CAC. / photo by Gary Herlocker. p. 1 -- 'Trick or treat?' said the children of the Institute of Logopedics at the Halloween party given them by the Pershing Rifles and the Army Blues. Pictured entertaining the children are Penny Sickles, Liberal Arts sophomores, and Sandy Martin, Liberal Arts freshman. / photo by Gary Herlocker. p. 3