The Sunflower, v.65, no.02 (September 20, 1960)

Loading...
Thumbnail Image
Issue Date
1960-09-20
Authors
Advisor
Citation

The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.65, no.2, Wichita, Kansas, September 20, 1960. - 4 pages

Abstract
Table of Content
Description
Images in this collection were made from commercially produced and digitized microfilm, may be of poor quality, and will be gradually replaced by copies digitized by Special Collections from original paper copies. Source material held by University Libraries Special Collections and University Archives; processed by the University Libraries Technical Services. Please contact Special Collections at specialcollections@wichita.edu directly for help with low quality images.
Article(s): Shocks drop opener as Denver rolls 28-19 -- Herman orchestra will 'jazz it up' -- 'Ideas in Action' to be shown on TV Oct. 8 -- CAC work open to all -- Army head to start forum here -- Hopeful debaters get nod; To hear plans tomorrow -- Sig Eps, Tri-Delts compile top grades among Greeks -- Editorial views: Necessarily expensive -- Glance at the globe: Congolese situation eased; Lumumba's fate uncertain -- Election set for Sue, Sam -- Socially speaking: Cadet officers select angel flight members -- Auditions set for modern dance group -- PR's to host pledge smoker -- Picnic to be held for speech majors -- 183 pledge names revealed as '60 formal rush closes -- Meet the prof: New faculty member has varied teaching background / Sharon Monasmith -- Eddie Bracken will appear in 'Fleecing' -- Literary magazine seeks material for publication -- Gov. Docking sparks young demo drive -- Canterbury club will hold banquet
Photograph(s): There were several similar scenes such as this last week when the Shockers prepared for their grid opener against Denver. This picture shows line coach Craig Randall sending his all-conference center Roland Lakes through a blocking drill. p. 1 -- Will there be anything else? Gary Scott (left), Liberal Arts senior registers the familiar amazed expression as he prepares to pay for his books in the CAC Bookstore. Long lines into the bookstore have been the rule for the past week. p. 1 -- Dr. B. Bernard Cohen. p. 4
Collections