The Sunflower, v.66, no.38 (March 9, 1962)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.38, Wichita, Kansas, March 9, 1962. - 4 pages
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Article(s): May Queen hopefuls -- Campus discrimination investigation postponed / Fran Smith -- WU debaters gain trophy at Winfield -- College prof, poetry editor scheduled for student forum -- KMUW radio returns with 'new power' -- Election filing begins today -- Duo-Playbill in 'Pit' tonight at 8 -- Caesar appearing here Sunday with Wichita symphony -- Editorial views: 'Out of bounds' - no! -- As an outsider / Ron Smith -- Spotlight on campus : discrimination policies -- The readers speak: Reader advocates religious absolutes / James Tener -- Fisher, Hartshorn win top trophies in bowling tourney -- Sports spinale [sic] / Roger Doyle -- Construction assistance needed for 'Interfest' -- UT casts Shaw's 'Arms and the Man' -- Alumni fund drive for '62 in progress
Photograph(s): Which candidate will reign over the May Day festivities? From left to right: Milly Wolcott, Anne Emrich, Joyce Cole, Marilyn Martin, Shirley Reed, and Joan Stichen. p. 1 -- Scenes from two Experimental Theatre productions are pictured above ranging from 'true love' in 'The Bald Soprano' at left, to a comical site in 'No 'Count Boy.' p. 1 -- Marlboro bowling tourney winners: seated left, Coach Ralph LaFever, Lena Hartshorn, Bruce Fischer, Richard Wells. Standing left, Betty Mayes, Jim Schommer, Marlboro representative, and Del Daniels. p. 3
"Interfest Construction Workers Needed See Page 4"