The Sunflower, v.65, no.28 (February 3, 1961)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.65, no.28, Wichita, Kansas, February 3, 1961. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Annual Egghead week to begin Monday: Fireside lectures 1st event / Shirley Sears -- Enrollment mark shows WU population drop -- PR assistant resigns post; WU grad assumes position -- Coeds assume lead as HYM dance nears -- Lecture cancelled -- CAC posts now open -- Engineers planning annual open house -- CAC 'Alibi' opens today -- Health plan deadline set for Feb. 15 -- Application deadline set for scholarship grants -- Editorial views: What's ahead? -- Enrollment, a look: Columnist evaluates registration, compiles list of rules, regulations / Ron Smith -- Special MVC meeting called to discuss 'internal ills' -- Grades knock Moore out - John Gales sparking WU drive -- Cage outlook brightens with enrollment of Frosh talent -- Dr. Sours, MVC rep, sates WU position -- Pi Mu Epsilon initiates ten -- University College slated to begin next semester -- Discussion of Kansas artist slated Feb. 5 -- 9 Science grants are awarded
Photograph(s): Registration activity: Lines form and frowns appear as students enroll for second semester classes. Henrion Gymnasium was the scene of the enrollment rush last week. / photo by Don Estes. p. 1 -- Belle candidates: Vying for the title of Belle of the Ball are left to right: Carolyn Dove, Alpha Chi Omega, Becky Fehring, Delta Gamma, Virginia Farney, Gamma Phi Beta, and Marketa Hansa, Delta Delta Delta. Not pictured is Julia Lindsay, Alpha Phi. / photo by Chuck Dallas. p. 1 -- Ernie Moore. p. 3