The Sunflower, v.65, no.11 (October 21, 1960)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.65, no.11, Wichita, Kansas, October 21, 1960. - 4 pages

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Article(s): 'Hot' seating issue gets warmer: Ritchey tells SGA of '60 HC rulings -- Theft probe continues: Safe yields large sum -- Queen entries call issued -- Kennedy rally set -- Down 3.7 per cent: enrollment placed at official 5,657 -- 4 students get 'Oscars' in UF drive -- BA students net firsts in OSU 'Bowl' games -- 'Blues' march for Kennedy on Saturday -- Dr. John P. Simoni elected lifetime fellow in Fine Arts -- Base visit planned -- Grad aids campaign -- Editorial views: Aid needed, but -- To organize Sunday: School flying club 'going up' / Bill Bidwell -- Robot teachers? / Tom Vanderhoofven -- 'Tough' Aggies next for Hank's charges / Tommy Vanderhoofven -- Unknown short time ago, $10,000 Titlist now: Bowling genius to 'show off' here -- Second round of IM play starts soon -- Halloween fetes slated
Photograph(s): Mrs. Betty Brunk, manager of the Campus Credit Union, manages a smile for the Sunflower camera as she surveys the safe which yielded $2,000 to burglars over the weekend. p. 1 -- Participate in business games: Representing the University were five students, left to right, seated: Roger Hembree, graduate student; Alan Gow, senior; and Bob Foster, senior; and standing: [illegible] Johnston, graduate student, and Bert Segler, senior. p. 1 -- Discuss activities: Two members of the Flying Club "talk shop." The club had 25 members last year. p. 2 -- Pete and Pat: Mike Bird, Sigma Phi Epsilon, and Jerrica Costello, Delta Delta Delta, pose after being crowned "Pistol Pete" and "Pat" Saturday night at the annual Cowboy Carnival. p. 4