The Sunflower, v.65, no.07 (October 7, 1960)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.65, no.7, Wichita, Kansas, October 7, 1960. - 10 pages

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Article(s): SGA upholds Pres. Saunsaucie, approves his appointments -- YW carnival to be Oct. 15 -- Eddie Bracken stars tonight -- One position open on University Court -- Straw poll ends today -- Feet ache? Well, here's why / Vaughn Sink -- Not a 'blank check' -- Times and tides: Labor woes are felt by all in U.S. -- The readers speak: CAC governing board head praises Sunflower coverage -- Once upon a time -- Ticket sale to end soon -- Poli Sci quartered in old HE building -- Limiting class cuts 'illogical,' asserts Davidson, N.C., Dean -- ISA to award $50 for paper -- New chaplain assigned here -- Meet the prof: Dean's aid hopes to escape snow / Rhoda Miles -- Social science grants ready -- 9 now enrolled here: 13 WU students enjoy memorable European trip / Fred Haag -- Madrigal singers prepare for forthcoming season / Ann Moots -- Johnson, Logan high in valley statistics -- Shocker cagers face rough schedule -- Circle pin 'invades' campus -- Sweaters and plaids popular as autumn fashions blossom -- Men wear the pants, but women buy'em --Men's styles believed product of necessity -- 'Sneakers' have become fashionable / Jan Foltz -- Faculty series of concerts begins Oct. 11 -- PAC group to hear Bracken, Union official speak today
Photograph(s): Petes and Pats: Vying for the title of Pistol Pat are, left, Marya Hieger, Gamma Phi Beta; [illegible] Costello, Delta Delta Delta; Dorothy Lund, Grace Wilkie Hall; and Sherry Wickliff, Delta Gamma. Pistol Pete candidates pictured are, left, Larry Axline, Phi Delta Theta; Larry Noggle, Beta Theta [illegible] Mike Bird, Simga Phi Epsilon; and Bob Long, Delta Upsilon. Not pictured are Karen Nelson, Alpha [illegible]; Donna Pettit, Alpha Chi Omega; and Loy Habluetzel, Men's Dorm. p. 1 -- Miles, miles, miles!: Shown leaving Morrison Library, Mary Kay Carlock, Liberal Arts freshman, logs her share of the many miles which students tread daily on the University campus. p. 1 -- New political science headquarters: The political science department recently moved its headquarters from the Math-Physics building to the vacated Home Economics building. / photo by Gary Herlocker. p. 3 -- Miss Elizabeth Gane. p. 4 -- High-rankers in week's Missouri Valley statistics: Nelson Logan and Dick Johnson. p. 7 -- For classroom or casual fun: Kay Shelton, Fine Arts junior (left); Joel Parks, Engineering junior; and Virginia Farney, Fine Arts sophomore, model the latest in campus fashions from Henry's Inc., Suburban. / photo by Gary Herlocker. p. 8 -- Fringed hemline for dances: All set for festive fall occasions are Rick Right, Liberal Arts junior, and Jerrlea Costello, Liberal Arts sophomore, as they appear in the acceptable attire for autumn dances. / photo by Gary Herlocker. p. 8 -- Seen left to right are this year's sneakers. The nylon velvet (for dress), corduroy for school, and canvas for 'just grubbin' around' are popular with everyone. / photo by Gary Herlocker. p. 9
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