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dc.contributor.authorMunicipal University of Wichita
dc.identifier.citationUniversity of Wichita. Parnassus 1963. Wichita, Kan: Wichita State University, 2017
dc.descriptionDedication: "This is the thirty-sixth year of service to the University of Wichita by Dr. Worth A. Fletcher, Registrar. This man, at some time or another, comes in contact with all students. His devotion to his work has brought him the respect of everyone concerned. In his office, the complex workings of this University abound, from class schedules and enrollment to graduation certificates. As a chemistry teacher when he started, Dr. Fletcher's life has evolved around Wichita. His wife taught here when they met and their only daughter was graduated here. His degrees were acquired at Indiana University and his teaching work in chemistry still continues. His civic activities include the Downtown Kiwanis and many years as sponsor to Alpha Gamma Gamma. This fraternity is now Beta Theta Pi of which Dr. Fletcher is the first initiated member. Parnassus as a word is derived from Greek mythology and refers to the mountain of knowledge. This one man has certainly done his share in making the intellectual goals of this institution a reality. In light of his personal concern for the academic community in general and for the student individually, we dedicate this volume to the devoted Dr. Worth A. Fletcher."
dc.descriptionContents: Campus Academics: faculty, university groups, class pictures, student life -- Campus Activities: features, Queens, Greeks, sports, organizations -- Adverizing, Index.
dc.publisherUniversity of Wichita
dc.relation.ispartofseriesParnassus Yearbook; 1963
dc.subjectCollege yearbooks - Kansas - Wichita
dc.subjectCollege student newspapers and periodicals - Kansas - Wichita
dc.subjectUniversities and colleges - Kansas - Wichita
dc.subjectWichita State University - History
dc.titleParnassus 1963
dc.title.alternativeParnassus Yearbook
dc.rights.holderWichita State University

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  • Parnassus Online [60]
    a student yearbook published from 1902 and ceased in 1994.

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