The Sunflower, v.64, no.11 (October 23, 1959)

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1959-10-23
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.11, Wichita, Kansas, October 23, 1959. - 4 pages

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Article(s): UF drive opens here today; Collection booths are in CAC -- Chairman announces musician change-again / Leroy Pitts -- Homecoming Nov. 7; plans being completed -- Ensemble students perform in Tuesday evening concert -- Young Demos meet Wednesday evening -- Ike's aid to lecture for SFB -- ROTC names top seniors -- Over 300 institute children to attend Halloween party -- The editor's board: Give - The United Way; Tempus fugit -- University budget reviewed; New source of funds sought -- Shocks face OSU tomorrow as both seek 4th victory -- Ping-pong tourney "success" -- Young, Johnson give WU hope for valley title -- Campus personality: Foreign student finds campus life busy - yet enjoyable / Joyce Hephner -- Top librarian to give talks here Tuesday -- Symphony slates second concert -- International Club to meet Monday
Photograph(s): Queen hopefuls: One of these six coeds will reign over Homecoming festivities on Nov. 7. Queen candidates are, seated, Phyliss Richardson and Marylin Hoagland. Standing, from left to right, are Mary Joan Hiner, Sybil Ingle, Marsha Coover, and Shirley Sears. p. 1 -- Twins' dilemma: From left to right: Lance Hayes, Nessenio; Ron Burr, Menaechmus Socicles (one of the twins); and Quincalee Brown, Erotium, enact a scene from "Menaechmi." p. 1 -- Young; Johnson. p. 3 -- Uncaptioned photograph of Bana Kartassmita. p. 4
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