The Sunflower, v.66, no.04 (September 26, 1961)

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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.4, Wichita, Kansas, September 26, 1961. - 4 pages

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Article(s): 1st SFB lecture Thursday -- Fate of Hippodrome on line: SGA to decide issue tonight at open meet / Jim Collier -- Scholarships awarded 8 WU students -- Sen. Farmer 'reveals truth' here tonight -- 19 positions open on student congress -- Indian picture showing set Wednesday -- R-u-c-h-t-e: Varied spelling of name amuses new math head / Mary Jane Dunlap -- AROTC names depart. head -- UCF opens new office on campus -- Editorial views: The show must go on -- The readers speak: Columnist accused of 'Birchitis' slant / Donald O. Cowgill -- A second look: 'We gotta look good' but not cheap / Rand Hendrickson -- Sugar-coated pill plan -- Dr. Holmes named rep. for Danforth Foundation Grants -- AF names cadet chief -- History exams set -- In one ear / Janna Wassweiler -- Early morning drills reward 17 new Army Blues coeds -- YWCA holds drive -- District Alpha Phi convention welcomed by local chapter -- 25 students chosen: University Theatre announces casting for Wilder's farce -- Campus hosts visitors -- Football band steps off Sat. -- Seniors asked to register for jobs -- Young Demo's [sic] plan election, programs
Photograph(s): [Bob] Hunt. p. 1 -- Dr. Marshall Ruchte new math head. p. 1 -- Right flank, march: Gayla Ortiz, drill captain of the Army Blues, drills one of the squads in the 'drill down'. p.3 -- P. R. sweethearts: The organization of Pershing Rifles, company, F, unanimously elected Susan L. Warner, education senior, as their 1961-62 company sweetheart, and Marilyn A. Fletcher, fine arts sophomore, as their staff sweetheart for 1961-62. p. 3 -- Visiting Arabs: Special guests at the University Saturday afternoon were five officials from the United Arab Republic. First row, left to right are: Dr. Jamal Soufi, northern minister of supply; Paul Smith, chairman of the WU board of regents; and Dr. Kamal Ramzi, central minister of supply. Second row: Camille Nowfel, U.S. State Department official; Hassan Amin Abdalla, technical secretary; Metwali Omar, legal advisor to the supply ministry; and Ibrahim Fahmy, under-secretary. / photo by Tom Doan. p. 4
"Our Opinions on Hippodrome! See Page Two"