The Sunflower, v.64, no.04 (September 29, 1959)

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1959-09-29
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.4, Wichita, Kansas, September 29, 1959. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Shocks down HSU; First win in series / Tommy Vanderhoofven -- Campus visit set for top GOP congressmen -- Form groups for Humphrey, Kennedy -- German group plans coffee -- Humorist to speak for SFB -- University players to offer 'Menaechmi' as opening play -- 'Messiah' plans now in progress -- Former WU student killed in jet crash -- Editor's board: Accept----Reject? -- Outstanding foreign films to highlight 1959-60 season -- Leroy Pitts: From where I sit -- Convo group to plan policy -- SGA sets deadline for group charters -- Rings and things -- Corbins' home scene of annual AWS freshmen tea -- Gamma Phis, DUs take top honors -- CAC President announces year's variety of events -- Young Demos plan drive -- UCF to coordinate fall program at Camp Hyde October 9 to 11 -- Deadline set for Fulbright Scholarships
Photograph(s): New toys: CAC director William Glenn is pictured as he looks over the new toys recently purchased for the nursery, which is scheduled to open Thursday. p. 1 -- Time for relaxation: Three members of Delta Upsilon are pictured as they relax in their newly redecorated recreation room in the fraternity house, located at 1720 N. Vassar. From left to right are Max Frasier, Tom Wright, and Jim Hadley. / photo by Roger LaPlante. p. 3 -- Elected second time: Sally Howse, Liberal Arts junior was re-elected last week to the office of Pep Coordinator. Miss Howe was elected to the office by SGA last spring. After protest by some of the members of the Pep Council, the election was ruled invalid by the Student-Faculty Court. In a new election last week, the former treasurer of Pep Council was victorious. p. 4
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