The Sunflower, v.64, no.14 (November 3, 1959)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.14, Wichita, Kansas, November 3, 1959. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Pep rally to climax activities -- Complete HC plans for 1959 / Jan Foltz -- NTS rolls over Shockers, 12-0 / Tommy Vanderhoofven -- Ike's consultant compares US, Russia for SFB crowd / Fritz Mendell -- Demo state representative visits WU campus tomorrow -- The editor's board: Cuts cause clamor -- Conservatives' third straight win indicates British reject socialism / Jack Mattis -- Music groups plan concert -- WU housemothers relate adventures; Fraternity life found unpredictable -- Mag seeks college board; WU coeds eligible for honors -- Young GOP's elect year's new officers -- Student blood donors aid Red Cross Nov. 16 -- English staff hosts coffee -- Pre-conference set on human relations -- Exchange student to tell of travels
Photograph(s): Cadets honored: President Harry F. Corbin presents awards to the Army ROTC distinguished military students. Pictured above, from left to right, are President Corbin, Lt. Col. John J. Beeson III, professor of Military Science and Tactics, and senior cadets Raymond W. Anslinger, Clayton L. Sturgeon, Roger W. Evans, James H. Gallant, Riley L. Pitts, Daniel J. Gates, James C. Patterson, and Frederick L. Luedke. p. 1 -- Top AFROTC candidates: Shown above are the cadets named as Distinguished Military Students by the Air Force ROTC. Pictured above are Air Science Commander Lt. Col. Peter DeGroot and Cadets Phillip Jefferies, Don Henderson, Larry Parsons, Phillip Hayden, John Davidson, and James Davis. p. 1 -- Jack Glaves. p. 1 -- Gobs of goblins: Goblins, witches, clowns, and many other of the traditional Halloween costumes showed up in Henrion Gymnasium, [illegible] when the Army ROTC Pershing Rifles and Army Blues held their annual Halloween party for the children from the Institute of Logopedics. Honorary Cadet Colonel Sue Stoner and Ron Burr, dressed as the clown, are shown entertaining the children. / photo by Keesko Reed. p. 3 -- Competing plans: The 1959 Homecoming Committee go over plans to make final arrangements for the festivities. Shown above are, left to right, Karen Hatfield, secretary for the group; Gayle Brant, in charge of halftime ceremonies; Paula Bird, general chairman; Janice Knutsen, also in charge of halftime ceremonies; and Marilyn Mulliken, dance chairman. Not pictured are Ruth Nichol, Elaine Davis, Tom Wright, and Dean Hargrove. p. 4
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The Sunflower
v.64 no.14
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