The Sunflower, v.64, no.12 (October 27, 1959)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.12, Wichita, Kansas, October 27, 1959. - 4 pages

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Article(s): WU picks HC Queen on Friday -- SFB opens season Thursday: Ike's aide to speak -- WU Shocks suffer first loss; Okla-State takes 34-14 win -- Opera workshop to give Mozart's 'Magic Flute' -- 2nd European seminar slated for interested WU students -- SGA sets date for blood drive -- WU club honors top accountants -- J-Department prepares for 'Big Move' to Commons -- The editor's board: Recompense; More wins ahead -- Council elects frosh squad -- Art fraternity to meet Nov. 1 -- Coeds relate European adventures / Peggy Kennedy -- Linda Mattingly AWS frosh prexy -- Rings and things -- Gamma Phi Pledges to hold mum sale -- Author-painter joins staff as English department head / Oneta Keck -- Newman club begins drive -- Tech writing field Zooming, Beech executive tells class -- UF collection falls short
Photograph(s): Dr. Arthur Larsen. p. 1 -- Final touches: Workmen complete final remodeling plans on the new journalism headquarters, located in the Commons Building. The Sunflower offices and newsroom will be housed in the old "Alibi." [Illegible] new photographer's darkroom is also being built. / photo by Keesko Reed. p. 1 -- "How much longer?": These members of Delta Delta Delta worked busily over the week end preparing their Homecoming display. From left to right, are Diana Brewer, Janice Waidley, Deanna Dunlap, Marilyn Waldorf, and seated on the floor, Barbara Williams. / photo by Keesko Reed. p. 3 -- Dr. Walter Merrill. p. 4