The Sunflower, v.66, no.22 (December 5, 1961)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.22, Wichita, Kansas, December 5, 1961. - 4 pages
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Article(s): First WU state aid payment of $94,051 received Monday -- Dye resigns post for 'Husker job: Corbin announces decision Friday -- Choral, Piano concerts set -- Plank promise: Student government survey to determine library hours -- President back for brief stay: Family illness is primary reason -- WU debaters travel east for tourney -- Discussion group to meet tonight -- Senior coffee today -- On Commons stage: 'The Trojan Women' to open Thursday for three day run -- ACT to hold confab here -- Editorial views: NSA approbation -- The readers speak: Calls partitioning high-handed act / Brian Moline; Dislikes 'Wichita,' 'Birch' relation / Wiley R. McKinzie; 'Misinformed' ed help to patriots / Frank T. Priest -- Sanity of stones / Ron Smith -- Scholarship coffee planned -- In one ear / Linda Gummow -- 2 groups join in Yule party -- Administrative, student committee starts preliminary Sun Bowl plans -- Farnsworth added to list of authors -- Madrigal singers to stage concert
Photograph(s): Tippy Dye. p. 1 -- President Corbin. p. 1 -- Wiley rebounds: Shocker giant Gene Wiley grabs off a carom in WU's easy 64-36 victory over the Colorado State Aggies in the Fieldhouse Friday night. Giving Wiley some help is Sam Smith (54), who made a brilliant debut for the Shocks in the opener. WU won over Wyoming Saturday night 78-54. / photo by Tom Doan. p. 1
"Sun Bowl Committee Discusses Plans See Page Four"