The Sunflower, v.66, no.36 (March 2, 1962)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.36, Wichita, Kansas, March 2, 1962. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Shockers selected for NIT field again: Played before in '54; dropped in 1st round / Roger Doyle -- Crump named Queen -- Seniors plan Tulsa game block section -- Governor Anderson to visit WU campus on March 28 -- Love triangle classic ends Saturday Eve -- 5 coeds seek May fete title -- Geology prof invited to Harvard symposium -- WU debators [sic] vie in Winfield -- Editorial views: Cngratulations Shocks -- The readers speak: Letter motivates parental response / Mona Kessinger; Parking fine logic escapes student / Jim Watkins -- Times and tides: UN faces money crisis / Carol Chambers -- As an outsider / Ron Smith -- Sports spindle / Roger Doyle -- WU Shockers set to battle here in tilt with Hurricanes -- 'Busy season' arrives in teacher placement -- SNEA to host teachers meet -- Honorary societies award 2 $100 scholarship grants -- O'Bryant to sing on radio show -- English prof to moderate 'ideas' show -- Music profs journey to MTNA meet
Photograph(s): Press Queen named: Dallas Crump, Liberal Arts sophomore was named 'The Girl We'd Most Like to go to Press With' by the Sunflower staffers Tuesday night. p. 1 -- Dr. Paul Tasch: Harvard bound geologist. p. 1 -- Gene Wiley: center; Tom Reilly: guard. p. 3 -- A senior coffee was held Tuesday morning for all members of the senior class. p. 4
"Teacher Placement Bureau Busy See Page 4"