The Sunflower, v.64, no.02 (September 22, 1959)

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1959-09-22
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Duerksen, Walter , Alpha Gamma Gamma , Beta Theta Pi
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Article(s): 3,000 boosters watch Shocks down Wildcats / Tommy Vanderhoofven -- KMUW programs begin; Offers wide variety -- Author to discuss rigid class system -- Dean named to 3 groups -- Debaters seek new talent; credit hours now given -- Football ticket pickup begins tomorrow morning -- Editorials: A step ahead -- Parking troubles? Here's the story -- Photo, circulation positions still open on Sunflowers [sic] -- Gammas nationalize; Betas step in -- Betas, DU, Phi Delts, and Sig Eps claim 83 pledges -- Greek rush in full swing -- AWS announces plans for forthcoming year / Peggy Kennedy -- WU women Greeks now boast 99 new pledges
Photograph(s): Last minute plans: Mike Russell, left, KMUW station manager, and Lance Hayes, program director, complete final programming schedules prior to the time the University FM radio station signed on the air Monday. p. 1 -- Ouch! Student Health nurse Wanda Maltby administers a polio shot to Gordon Temple. Mrs. Maltby said polio shots are available to all University students for one dollar. A student may go in anytime, but it is preferred that an appointment be made first, Mrs. Maltby said. Student Health offices are located on the first floor of the Commons Building. p. 1 -- "Hold it still!": Alpha Phi pledges began working early on their theme for the annual Nightshirt Parade next Saturday. From left to right are: Karlin Church, Valerie Helfrich (foreground), Patti Mullendore, Kay Castle, and Meredith Davis. All campus sorority and fraternity pledge classes will meet together and proceed to Veterans Field, prior to the Shockers' meeting the Hardin-Simmons team. p. 3 -- Classics to jazz: Harry Crocker, left, and David McClure take time to relax in the Music Browsing Room of the CAC. The Browsing Room has over at $200 collection of all records, featuring many albums from top Broadway productions. Students may also take their own records and play them on the Seaburg unit. p. 4
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.2, Wichita, Kansas, September 22, 1959. - 4 pages
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