The Sunflower, v.67, no.11 (October 26, 1962)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.67, no.11, Wichita, Kansas, October 26, 1962. - 6 pages
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Article(s): 7 queen candidates chosen as HC dance, displays near -- Honor parents are chosen -- People-to-people 'Interfest' seeks 'friendship of nations' -- Sydney Harris to be guest in CAC today -- Debaters journey to Emporia -- WU organizations join book drive -- University Women hold first meet -- Naval drill team organized here -- Editorial views: Support homecoming! -- Concert attendance is light / Grace McIlvain -- CAC recreation committee offers bridge, chess, bowling -- Ceasar to give violin concert -- ROTC gives goblin party -- Employment offered in many fields -- Montana State faces Shocks at Veterans Field: Bobcat Aerials pose threat to Shock defense tomorrow -- Shocker, sideline, slants / Larry Dean -- Shocks smash Pratt Juco -- VanEman gets new coaching position here -- Blondie performs: Professor's 'educated' pigeon delights students with antics / Bill Rapps -- Around the campus -- Society shows Bergman film
Photograph(s): Tickets for the homecoming dance featuring The Wanderers 3 are being sold Monday-Friday in the CAC at the ticket booth shown here. p. 1 -- Taking a break. These Greek affiliates helping collect "Books for Asian Students" seem interested in what they've collected. From left to right are Bob Snodgrass, Delta Upsilon; Tom Valentine, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Craig Archer, Beta Theta Pi; and Lou Ramsey, Phi Delta Theta. p. 1 -- Commanding officer, Penny Patton, second from left, gets a helping hand from Charlene Phibbs, secretary, as she and her staff of the newly formed Naval Anchorettes model their new uniforms. p. 1 -- Shown practicing for the upcoming chess tournament Nov. 24-25 are Chess Club members Charlie Wagner, Gayle Hershey, and Phillip White. p. 3. -- Backfield power-punch: Montana State's quarterbacks Bill Mulcahy and Ken Christison are well on their way to establishing themselves as the "passingest" quarterbacks in the Bobcats' history. p. 4
"Professor's Pigeon Entertains See Page 4"