The Sunflower, v.63, no.28 (February 3, 1959)

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1959-02-03
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.63, no.28, Wichita, Kansas, February 3, 1959. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Honor women hatch 'Operation Egghead' -- Justice meted out in two cases Friday -- Radio station reports loss of equipment -- Police may join search for money -- Insurance application deadline is extended -- CAC books jazz group -- Ticket sales for KC trip ends today -- Lit mag sales opens today -- Editorials: Sunflower policy -- Women's Logopedics group to conduct annual tour -- Phi Sigs name candidates for 1959 sweater girl -- No 'dumb blondes': Gay tresses match dresses -- Kappa Phi rush set for Sunday -- Art coed named to college board -- Art show, piano concert to be presented in FAC -- AKP seeks applicants for directory -- Deadlines met by Parnassus -- Practice teachers hear talk today
Photograph(s): [illegible] booklist prepared: Mortar Board members, from [illegible] Judy Rutledge, Sue Newsome, and Coleen Round, look over some of the 165 books included on a special browser's booklist of recommended reading prepared for "Egghead Week." The list will be distributed [illegible] in the Heimple Room of Morrison Library and the Rotunda. p. 1 -- Cancer research: Dr. Val Woodward, head of the biology department, was recently awarded two cancer research grants totaling 38,915 dollars. The three-year program, providing 12,305 dollars each year, was established by the National Institutes of Health, Cancer Section. A 2,000 dollar grant of the American Cancer Society to Dr. Woodward will help buy additional equipment for the experimental work in the area of biochemical genetics. p. 1
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