The Sunflower, v.67, no.13 (November 2, 1962)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.67, no.13, Wichita, Kansas, November 2, 1962. - 8 pages
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Article(s): Ablah Library dedicated today -- WU organizations must register-SGA -- Homecoming festivities draw alums to campus -- All-school election today for Homecoming Queen -- Editorial views: Welcome, alumni! -- Here nor there -- State merger memos / Bob Lehman -- India, Red China 'Little War' advances / Richard Miller -- HC celebration differs from Fairmount days / Doris Mortimer -- Alumni art work displayed -- Panel to feature 4 foreign students -- 9 senior Shockers play final home game tomorrow -- WU loses bid for 1st place in Invitational Debate meet -- English scholar to speak here -- Cuban situation causes tension / Kaye Wilson -- Shockers face NTS Eagles -- Shocker sideline slants / Larry Dean -- Pearson credits state schools with part in Kansas progress -- Space increased: New Ablah Library reflects contrast in student needs -- NAACP plans fest -- Engineering organizations launch drives
Photograph(s): Space for 350,000 volumes is one of the many features of the Ablah Library which will be officially dedicated by President Harry Corbin at the convocation this morning. p. 1 -- Jerrlea Costello, Carol Campbell, Bev Shorter, Dallas Crump, Judy Christopherson, Judy Sparrow, Linda McFarland. p. 1 -- R.J [illegible]. p. 5 -- Charley Wright. p. 5 -- J.R. Dumler. p. 5 -- Bill Stangerone. p. 5 -- Jim Maddox. p. 5 -- Alex Zyskowski. p. 5 -- Illegible caption on photograph of football player. p. 5 -- [illegible] Schomacker. p. 5 -- Adolph Wilson. p. 5 -- Ready and eager to cheer for a Shocker victory against North Texas State are the recently chosen freshman cheerleaders. They are Pam Schall and Lynn Trombold, kneeling, and Nancy Elliot, Kay Schultz, Sue Ramey, and Bobbi Woodman, standing. / photo by Dave Barnett. p. 6 -- Eagles' pepsters: The North Texas State cheerleaders are accompanying their team and a student caravan to the Homecoming game. p. 7
"India, Red China Conflict See Page 3"