The Sunflower, v.68, no.06 (October 8, 1963)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.68, no.6, Wichita, Kansas, October 8, 1963. - 4 pages
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Article(s): New plan for seating scheduled -- 12 freshmen enter Sue, Sam election -- Film society schedules showing of World of Apu for tomorrow -- WU band day to attract 30 schools -- Hootenanny scheduled for tomorrow -- Petitions available for YWCA posts -- University singers selected -- Frosh cheerleaders selected by council -- Young demo's, GOP's endorse proposed housing resolution -- Parnassus pictures now being taken -- Editorial views: Support united fund -- Times and tides: Should U.S. sell wheat to Russia? -- Pershing Rifles selects new staff officers -- Shocker shenanigans -- International Club officers told -- 34 new members selected by coed marching groups -- Are you a molting flasher? / Bill Rapps -- North Texas beats frosh
Photograph(s): Tom Rimer gives ‘Honor Parents' forms to Jackie Mercer, Debbie Rollins, Ed Belirgen, and Janelle Vaughn so they can enter their parents in tomorrow’s drawing. p. 1 -- Freshmen cheerleaders, chosen last week, are, right to left, Joan McCabe, Sharon Hodgson, Cheryl Brown and Terri Anderson. Pictured on the back row are Sandra Hamm and Mary Ann Butcher. Janelle Vaughn and Debbie Rollins are alternate cheerleaders / Joe Ray. p. 1
"'Molting Flashers' on Campus See Page 4"