The Sunflower, v.60, no.11 (October 21, 1955)

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1955-10-21
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.60, no.11, Wichita, Kansas, October 21, 1955. - 6 pages

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Article(s): 'International Weekend' begins tonight: Landon will address student convention -- Phi Sig frat withdraws from group -- Wichita Symphony opens season -- 40 students in 'Hoffman' -- Logo children to be feted -- Plan gala homecoming -- Draft exam dates picked -- Drive doubles 1954 total -- Orchestra and choir present annual 'Pops' concert Nov. 1 -- Ed Rees starts Young GOP series -- Suggests recipe: Borneo student gives views / Diane Copeland -- Ceremony honors Kappa Phi pledges -- Law, LaVoie plan wedding rites -- Son born to alums residing in Oregon -- 2 attend dinner -- Skin decides make-up colors / Judy Vail -- Staff, students use new stylebook as writing aid -- US civil service meeting next week -- Dean's conference begins at Salina -- Faculty concert to feature organist -- Drive closes short of goal -- MIT engineers to receive broader humanity curriculum -- Marine recruiters to hold interviews -- Pitt council boosts hours -- Ohio college starts vast research plan -- Foundation plans 780 awards in '56 for science study -- A warm welcome -- 10 men vie in elections -- Shock talk -- Miners to test Shockers - Houston ranked as top Missouri Valley club -- Frosh seek revenge today
Photograph(s): Robert Merrill. p. 1 -- Alfred M. Landon. p. 1 -- 'Affairs of State,' a comedy about a marriage of convenience in modern Washington, D.C., opened last night in the Commons Auditorium. Presented by the University Theater, the comedy will be given two more performances, tonight and Saturday at 8:30 p.m. Students will be admitted by ID cards. Shown above, left to right, are Raelene Daggy, Liberal Arts senior; Norman Lofland, Liberal Arts senior; and Marilyn Wiemeyer, Liberal Arts freshman going through one of the scenes. p. 1
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