The Sunflower, v.66, no.33 (February 20, 1962)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.33, Wichita, Kansas, February 20, 1962. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Stallworth, Kelley lead WU to win -- Farm Bureau plans state aid policy / Fran Smith -- 4 'silent era' film classics feature Chaplin, Barrymore -- 6 coeds vie for Yearbook Queen title -- Annual Press Queen contest applications required Friday -- Unique work gives 'desire' main feature -- Morrison Library fate discussed / Kaye Wilson -- CAC governing board elected; Committee slots still open -- New enrollee tests -- Editorial views: Question of semantics -- The readers speak: MB stands behind original 'blurb' / Mortar Board; 'Morality' lecture seen as ridicule / Evelyne Gordon -- Small world revisited / Art Larson -- Editorial policy explained by Sunflower series / Dave Hanks -- Artists use eye patch, long stick / Don Larue -- Campus capers / Susan Crane -- ISA announce annual dance -- Military ball rules listed -- KMEA teachers gather for meet -- Teacher placement interviews increase senior opportunities -- Library staff changes made -- AFROTC names new staff -- Sen. Wade to talk at Y-Demo meet
Photograph(s): Providing background music for 'An Evening at the Silent Movies,' is left, Bob Edwards, graduate student in piano. Also pictured is Richard Meyer, educational television director, who will introduce the films and provide background material. / photo by Tom Doan. p. 1 -- Morrison Library, fate undetermined. p. 1 -- An unusual sight greeted University students last week behind the Art Building. Drawing students were gaining practical experience. p. 3 -- WU hosts music educators Saturday. p. 4
"Three Teacher Interviews Scheduled See Page 4"