The Sunflower, v.65, no.38 (March 10, 1961)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.65, no.38, Wichita, Kansas, March 10, 1961. - 6 pages
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Article(s): WU state aid suffers biggest setback: New resolution calls for 2-year study of issue / Vaughn Sink -- SGA trip to Topeka still 'on' / Jim Collier -- 6 senior women competing for '61 May Queen title -- SGA passes constitutional amendment -- Filing deadline set for '61 Hippodrome -- SFB slates humorist for next lecture -- WU hosting 53 students here today -- Alibi TGIF dance scheduled today -- Editorial views: What price unity? -- As an outsider: Readers alerted to soup can appeal -- The readers speak: 'Paycock' review causes criticism / Jana Laham, Marilee Long -- Girl Scout display in CAC March 12 -- Annual 'South of the Border' summer school session set -- 'Charley's Aunt' tryouts scheduled for next WU players production -- Roles filled for symphony presentation -- Censorship halts MU humor mag / AP -- AF entrance exams set for tomorrow -- Bearcats win Valley; Shocks finish 5th -- Baseballers to open here on April 17 -- 9 winning seasons: Miller ends successful decade as WU coach -- Heller, Gales move into Shocker scoring elite -- St. Louis in NIT -- Part I. Academic cheating discussed / Alan D. Gow -- Teacher job interviews scheduled -- Students protest against segregation at N.C. theater / UPS -- University to host meeting on group ills -- Engineer's frat initiates eleven -- Newman club plans regional convention -- Science fair slated here -- PR's attend Midwest drill
Photograph(s): Making final plans for their appearance before the House of Representatives State Affairs Committee are Henry Hall and Quincalee Brown, Liberal Arts seniors. The two students and Phil Saunsaucie, SGA president, presented the student's views on state aid to the Committee on Thursday. p. 1 -- Representative A. F. Casado. p. 1 -- Coach Ralph Miller: decade of accomplishment. p. 4