The Sunflower, v.64, no.10 (October 20, 1959)

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1959-10-20
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.10, Wichita, Kansas, October 20, 1959. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Roman comedy opens play season Thursday -- Poli Sci students organize new club -- FA faculty to present series here -- Convo speaker talks on radiation's effects / Anne Hubbard -- Election set on HC Queen -- Mikrokosmos seeks writers -- Shocks remain undefeated - Tie Bearcats, 28-28 / Tommy Vanderhofven [sic] -- The editor's board: Rewrite; On choosing chairmen -- 10 ROTC cadets attend assembly -- Coeds in minority on campus despite reversed headline -- Leroy Pitts: From where I sit -- Music draws: Dorm coeds answer query: "Why I came to Wichita U" / Peggy Kennedy -- AWS schedules annual fashion fair -- AWS seeks 3 to fill positions -- Aircraft co. grants $500 annual award -- Campus personality: Education senior recommends full, active college career -- Student teachers announce officers -- 764 votes elect Varsity Sue, Sam
Photograph(s): Official opening: CAC Board President Jim Hadley lends assistance to CAC Director William Glenn in the ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open the CAC grand opening ceremonies last Friday. / photo by Keesko [sic] Reed. p. 1 -- Halftime ceremonies: Over four hundred University students participated in a "patriotic" halftime show at the Wichita-Cincinnati football game Saturday night on Veterans Field. Among those taking part in the program, which received a standing ovation from spectators, were the University Marching Band, University Singers, University Chorus, and the Men's Glee Club. / photo by Keesko Reed. p. 1 -- Uncaptioned photograph of Mary Joan Hiner. p. 4 -- Stresses need of CAC: University President Harry F. Corbin spoke briefly at the CAC Dedication Banquet Friday evening. Guests included members of the Board of Regents, members of the Development Board, and many others who played important roles in the building of the Campus Activities Center. / photo by Keesko Reed. p. 4
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