The Sunflower, v.65, no.44 (April 7, 1961)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.65, no.44, Wichita, Kansas, April 7, 1961. - 4 pages
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Article(s): ACTION selects candidates -- Debate looms for politicos -- 'In the Round' play presented in unique style -- WU funds granted by state aid bill -- Peace Corps petition drive begins Monday -- New course involves travel to important Civil War areas -- CHANGE meeting to air WU issues -- Intergroup relations meet starts tomorrow in center / Jim Collier -- Editorial views: We repeat -- As an outsider / Ron Smith -- The readers speak: Sunflower policy meets objections / Frank Vannerson -- WU netters down KU in 4th victory: Win streak on line in road tests -- 60 grid hopefuls out for spring ball -- Golfers return home for WCC match -- Fastest female on foot: Wilma Rudolph visits campus as track clinic attraction -- A.E. Howse will speak here today -- Cheerleading clinic slated -- 5 faculty members promoted by Regents -- ISA plans drive for used clothing -- Track team to Texas meet -- Alumni start fund raiser
Photograph(s): Action party nominees: Meeting with ACTION party campaign manager Jerry Johnson are the Party's candidates for the top four SGA executive offices. They include Mike Paup (left), candidate for vice-president; Johnson; Sharon Richardson, secretary; Bob Buchanan, president; and Joel Park, treasurer. / photo by Vaughn Sink. p. 1 -- Olympic queen interviewed: The world's fastest woman on foot, Wilma Rudolph, is shown here being quizzed by Sunflower News Editor Shirley Sears during her visit to the campus Wednesday. p. 3