The Sunflower, v.66, no.02 (September 19, 1961)

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1961-09-19
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.2, Wichita, Kansas, September 19, 1961. - 4 pages

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Article(s): Shocks edge to 12-7 opening game win over Toledo -- Meet 'Red' Pittser: New food director promises 'best food, prices, service' / Jim Collier -- Passing game provides win -- SGA meets for 1st time Tuesday night -- Easy chair education offered by TV tutors -- Friday marks deadline for drops, adds -- Films slated for showing -- New feature on p.2 today -- Editorial views: Do we have freedom? -- A second look: New conservative swing noted on WU campus / Rand Hendrickson -- U of Omaha to utilize 'Full Day' -- Debaters issue call for new WU members -- Dance tryouts set -- In one ear / Janna Wassweiler -- French provincial motif highlights new Alpha Chi house living room -- Play tickets now available -- Plans underway for Nightshirt Parade -- Open rush plans announced -- Campus was busy: Summer summary spotlights construction, 'Kansas Story' / Dave Hanks -- WUShock tryouts scheduled for Wed. -- WU Dames host wives -- Classroom comedy
Photograph(s): Mixing new food formula: C.K. (Red) Pittser, new CAC food service director, is shown above as he mixes a formula which he hopes will bring only complete satisfaction to his food customers. / photo by Tom Doan. p. 1 -- Thompson. p. 1 -- Rand Hendrickson, new Sunflower columnist. p. 1 -- Welcome back: Taking a study break and pausing to enjoy their newly redecorated home are six Alpha Chi Omegas. Shown from the left, are: Meredithann Dougherty, Pam Weiss, Sheila Porter, Barbara Grahm, Pat Rogers, and Anne Hubbard. / photo by Tom Doan. p. 3. -- Library construction progress. p. 4
"What Happened On Campus This Summer? See Page Four."
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