The Sunflower, v.64, no.39 (March 15, 1960)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.64, no.39, Wichita, Kansas, March 15, 1960. - 4 pages
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Article(s): General to speak tonight -- Constitution change proposed: 3rd party created -- SE students hear debate -- TV equipment given to University by KTVH -- Miller signs contract -- Press Queen to be chosen -- Journalism department sets deadline for student grants -- 'Dream of Gerontius' planned for May 15 -- The editor's board: No other choice -- Alterations announced for skits -- Triangle of comedy delights audience / Chuck Williams -- Inquiring reporter: Action of Board of Regents raises debate on tuition hike / Vaughn Sink -- Fund to honor WU counsel -- Books go on sale -- 24 coeds to vie for title of AFROTC Military Queen -- Sororities elect new officers -- Coeds to elect AWS officers -- Lindquist to conduct UFC meeting today -- Plans now underway for alumni reunion -- Feline maintains taste for technical know-how / Vaughn Sink -- Prihar to talk at banquet for engineers -- Paintings, pots, and people / Richard Miller -- WRA play day set; Men's dorm invited
Photograph(s): Accepts TV equipment: President Harry F. Corbin, left, is shown with J. Robert Misner, director of educational television, second from left, and Dale Larsen, KTVH general manager, as he accepts television equipment the station recently presented to the University. The person on the right is an unidentified KTVH staff member. p. 1 -- New SFB officers: Discussing their work for the coming year are new Student Forum Board officers. Seated are Don Wiles, president, and Shirley Sears, vice-president, Robert Elliott, treasurer; Myrna Schenck, secretary, and Shirley Reed, junior representative, look on. p. 1