The Sunflower, v.66, no.03 (September 22, 1961)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.3, Wichita, Kansas, September 22, 1961. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Sen. Farmer to tell of state aid failure: Event to be held in FAC Auditorium Tues. -- Wichmann resumes post: Economist returns from Burmese tour -- Noted writer slated for 1st SFB lecture -- Young GOP's Demo's [sic] slate debate series -- Enrollment list grows -- Abandonment of Hippodrome proposed at SGA meeting / Jim Collier -- Club to hear Dean -- Editorial views: Your legacy -- As an outsider / Ron Smith -- The readers speak: 'As an insider' /John Fairhurst -- Sunflower sports: Shocks set sights on Arizona State -- WU's Stangarone, Stephens, Butz mentioned among Valley leaders -- Distribution dates for home football games announced -- Former grad training for Peace Corps task -- Film society to present Indian picture -- Writing aids offered by English lab -- Famed tenor to sing WU prof's work -- Army medal given to past staffer -- New students alerted to schedules for ACT, Cooperative reading tests
Photograph(s): Dr. Arthur Wichmann back in classroom. p. 1 -- Sen. William Farmer to discuss state aid. p. 1 -- "Here's the situation": Bob Hunt, SGA vice-president, seated, tells fellow SGA members why Hippodrome 1962 may have to be abandoned. On the left is Steve Mills, Music representative, and Susan Alexander, Liberal Arts representative. p. 1 -- Halfback Dick Stephens Shocker prize sleeper. p. 3 -- Back-of-the-Week: Bill Stangarone, who directed the Shockers to their opening game over Toledo, 12-7, last Saturday, was honored by the Missouri Valley Conference by being named 'Back-of-the-Week'. p. 3 -- Gerald George on Peace Corps task. p. 4
"Peace Corps Selects Grad For Assignment See Page Four."