The Sunflower, v.64, no.27 (January 13, 1960)

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1960-01-13
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College newspapers and periodicals , Wichita (Kan.) -- Newspapers , Student publications , Wichita State University -- History , Mortar Board
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.27, Wichita, Kansas, January 13, 1960. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Pre-registered students' forms ready next week / Larry Langton -- "Self-service" for textbooks to be utilized in bookstore -- Shocks' hopes for upsets shattered -- Parnassus to choose 1960 Queen -- Dye calls coach's 'hanging' insult to students, not coach -- NBC correspondent to speculate about future US-USSR relations / Sharon Monasmith -- The editor's board: Days are numbered -- Graduation exercises delayed for 132 mid-term graduates -- The CAC, hub of WU, needs student support / Carolyn Fritzpatrick -- Women's news section: Greeks give gifts, awards to sweethearts and beaus -- Junior women tapping for Mortar Board considered highest of honors -- Rings and things -- Candy sale aids DDD's 2 awards -- AWS asks students to donate rummage -- Operation Egghead program slated for week of Feb. 8 -- Iowa will be destination of Shocks' booster trip -- Frats choose new officers -- Staff complete for semester -- Sigma Gamma Tau elects new officers -- Military ball set April 25
Photograph(s): Cramming: Sandra Schenck, Liberal Arts senior, found she had a little catching up to do on studies before taking her first final today. Coffee in the Alibi and studying in Morrison Library are on most students' schedules for this week. / photo by Keesko Reed. p. 1 -- Irving Levine. p. 1 -- Full house: A crowd of 11,050 watched the Shockers downed by the Cincinnati Bearcats in the Fieldhouse Thursday night. This was the largest crowd ever to witness an indoor sports event in Wichita. / photo by Keesko Reed. p. 4
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The Sunflower
v.64 no.27
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