The Sunflower, v.66, no.07 (October 6, 1961)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.7, Wichita, Kansas, October 6, 1961. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Peace Corps exams set tomorrow -- Pres. Corbin leaves campus on trip; Wall assumes post -- Legislators name Reed to Regents -- Comedy role entices star to local play -- WU bowlers start season -- WU sponsored Band Day set for Oct. 14 -- Famed Hi-Lo's to provide entertainment for HC -- Literary mag positions open -- Sunflower adds staff members -- Annual fall music concert features orchestra, singers -- Editorial views: Improve the record -- As an outsider / Ron Smith -- The readers speak: Libel accusation aimed at prof / Joe M. Cobb -- Cincy opens student court / Intercollegiate Press -- GWU faculty senate requests student 'condition' reports / Intercollegiate Press -- Shocker sports: Shockers encounter West Texas Buffs -- Sports spindle: Shockers picked as 3 touchdown favorites over West Texas State / Roger Doyle -- MVC lineman honor goes to Shock tackle -- Meeting the needs: Logopedics expansion plans due for summer completion / Fran Smith -- Historic event topic of book by WU prof
Photograph(s): President Corbin on vacation; Dr. Wall assumes post. p. 1 -- Joyce Allegro planning homecoming. p. 1 -- World Series time: As the World Series progresses hundreds of students have been taking advantage of the color TV set in the CAC. / photo by Tom Doan. p. 3 -- Lyle Talbot starring in 'Send Me No Flowers'. p. 4
"Shocks favored over W-Texas See Page Three"