The Sunflower, v.64, no.09 (October 16, 1959)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.9, Wichita, Kansas, October 16, 1959. - 8 pages

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Article(s): CAC opening today through Sunday: Ping-pong tourney to be CAC feature / Jim Collier -- Time capsule holding WU items to be buried / Carole Chambers -- 3 republican congressmen to speak tonight in CAC -- Atomic energy convo topic -- Student life on campus centers around CAC / Jack Mattis -- CAC Music Browsing Room proves to be relaxing haven / Jan Foltz -- Televised opening shown tomorrow over KTVH -- CAC fashion show features all styles / Peggy Kennedy -- Pistol Pete, Pat reign over carnival Nov. 20th -- Greeks honor pledge classes with dances -- 14 selected by Orchesis -- Wheaties to host spring convention -- Men outnumbered bycCoeds 4 to 1 / Jim Collier -- WU debaters to compete at Winfield -- WU grad accepts Jet editorial post -- Ralph Wulz serves as PAS consultant -- Shocks entertain Cincinnati tomorrow -- MARS looking for 'Ham' operators -- Justice appointed at SGA session -- Dean All-American? -- Quarterback named MVC Back-of-Week -- Frosh team drops first two games / Ples Williams -- CAC information desk serves as lost and found terminal / Bill Bidwell -- School colors will be worn by servers at CAC dinners
Photograph(s): Information please: Two unidentified students receive information from Pat McKnght, Education senior. The CAC information booth is located in the lobby at the east entrance of the building. Information will be available on the schedule of events during the grand opening. / phot by Keesco Reed. p. 1 -- Concentrated planning: Shown working over plans for the [illegible] opening are, from left to right, student CAC coordinators, [illegible] Hadley, Carole Pierce, and Nancy Mayer. Standing are Program Director Marshall Williams (left) and CAC Director William Glenn. [illegible] coordinators, plus the student committees working under them, [illegible] responsible for all activities in the CAC / photo by Keesco Reed. p. 1 -- Students relax to music in the CAC Music Browsing Room. p. 2 -- Jack Lee. p. 6 -- Ted Dean. p. 7 -- A shining kitchen: Pictured are two of the cooks in the CAC food services. Not only does food services provide meals and snacks for students but has the facilities to prepare and serve banquets for 250 persons. They also handle teas and buffets. / photo by Keesco Reed. p. 8
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