The Sunflower, v.66, no.25 (December 15, 1961)

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1961-12-15
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Gerhard, Paul , Sarachek, Alvin
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.25, Wichita, Kansas, December 15, 1961. - 16 pages
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Article(s): New WU probation rules now effective -- Only 2 boosters sign for Sun Bowl journey -- SG library plan gets council OK -- SGA passes motion to aid band fund -- Boiler breakdown reason for chilly classrooms, offices -- 26 Sunflower staff posts now available -- Yule convo to feature music group -- Alum board action dropped by Malone -- Editorial views: And who will cheer? -- The readers speak: Praise new CAC dining area policy / Bob Buchanan, Bob Hunt, David Davidson, Jim Wagner, Sara Jane Pearman, Linda Plott -- From other editors: You eligible for complacency club? / Retort, Eastern Montana College of Education -- Sanity of stones / Ron Smith -- Sports spindle / Roger Doyle -- WU-Bearcats clash in MVC showdown / George Catt -- Footballers study films, map plans -- $2,500 awarded WU for cancer research -- Profs article published by news journal -- SFB schedules appearance of famous choreographer -- Debaters win 2nd place
Photograph(s): Homebound students Anne Deschner and Larry Heigle investigate the possible solution for hitching a ride. The 'Need a Ride' board is located in the main hall of CAC. p. 1 -- Shocker basketball leaders : Lanny Van Eman, Gene Wiley, Ernie Moore. p. 3 -- Dr. Alvin Sarachek: receives research grant. p. 4
Articles in Collegiate Digest December 1961:Have a merry Christmas -- Jet age student: Peggy Marie Louise Hurley, a psychology major at CCNY, is a Pan Am Purser from Friday to Sunday -- Youth and the challenge of change / David Sarnoff -- Getting around to it: Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H. -- The seven torpid arts: Student life at dreadful state -- The 'big fish' -- Campus wearwithals: campus fashion tips for the Yule season, indoors and out -- Making book -- Off the record
Photographs in Collegiate Digest December 1961: The Chapel, Colgate University, Hamilton, N.Y. p. 1 -- Uncaptioned photograph of an airline employee greeting a passenger carrying a Pan Am bag. p. 1 -- Peggy makes a point to a classmate. To the prof, it's a case of point counterpoint. p. 1 -- She hoofs it off-campus after the last class. She's already in uniform for [illegible]. p. 1 -- At Nazare, and old, quaint fishing village north of Lisbon, Peggy catches a few minutes. p. 1 -- [illegible] Cathedral in Cologne towers over [illegible] does a wistful bit of window shopping. p. 2 -- In Lisbon, Peggy wanders through the city and stops to sample the wares of a flower seller. p. 2 -- In the Church of St. Anthony in Lisbon, Peggy learns that she who kneels here, marries soon. p. 2 -- Back in the U.S. after the trip, Peggy naps on the way home. Ahead -- another week of classes. p. 2 -- Brig. General David Sarnoff. p. 3 -- Uncaptioned photograph of a building at Dartmouth College with snow on the ground. p. 5 -- Illegible caption of a skier. p. 5 -- Dean Thaddeus Seymour, Carnival Queen Suzanne Horney, CBS Bud Palmer, and escort Barclay Corbus. p. 5 -- The Dartmouth ski-jump is rugged sport. p. 5 -- Snow sculpture is serious stuff at Dartmouth, and figures are Paul Bunyanesque. p. 5 -- Character building : it takes guts not to report for football. p. 6 -- Eureka! coming upon a Truth (2x2-4) in a wild surmise. p. 6 -- The ecstasy of knowledge: 'a fyke is a conical fish trap!' Egad! p. 6 -- Honor system: 'I promise never to copy except from A students.' p. 6 -- Athlete tries to read without moving lips, develops fever sores. p. 6 -- Three photos with illegible captions: a person talking with an excited group of students; A man holding a N.Y.U. pennant; Three individuals speaking in front of a chalkboard. p. 7 -- Down to the sea via Soldier's Rip sends the piscators out on their ichthyological quest. p 8 -- Gaffing a medium-sized catch while the fisherman in the stern latches on to a big one. p. 8 -- Winning Captains with their R. J. Schaeffer International Trophy (l. to r.): John Isaacs (Princeton), George Grautis (U. of Mass.), Dave Morton (Yale), [illegible] Rothschild (Cornell), Fred Gardiner (Harvard). p. 8 -- The Yale team victory-hoists Ed Migdalski, Director of the tournament, and Ichthyologist, Bingham Oceanographic Lab., Yale University. p. 8 -- Weathering storms is simple in rugged poplin storm coat with shearling lining, parka hood. p. 9 -- Have sweater, will ski in supple quick-front cardigan in pineapple stitch. p. 9 -- A short dance dress sports an elaborate side sash and bow - ingenue sophisticate. p. 9 -- High fashion for the holidays features a cowl look front and back. p. 9 -- Grey silk chiffon, ruffled in white silk lace, threaded in yellow and grey. p. 9
"Biology Professor Receives Grant See Page Four"
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The Sunflower
v.66 no.25
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