The Sunflower, v.66, no.47 (April 10, 1962)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.47, Wichita, Kansas, April 10, 1962. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Allen, Axline take top SGA posts: 650 vote-record low for campus -- University players present play, 'Military Love Triangle' -- 'City,' Russian movies show tomorrow at film society -- FA festival concerts end -- Easter film' [sic] recording set -- Pep council applications due April 24 -- AWS slate BWOC banquet tonight -- English barrister plans campus visit -- Editorial views: Aid state-aid -- The readers speak: Student objects to prof 'trials' / Larry Newberry -- Small world revisited / Art Larsen -- Campus capers / Susan Crane -- Alumni surpass $12,000 mark in international fund drive -- Faculty concert to feature pianist -- Engineering graphics offered as sidelight to major fields / Kaye Wilson -- Canadian 'Peace Corps' plans to aid United States workers -- Schuman talk is reported 'stimulating' / Catherine Bingert
Photograph(s): Marya Heiger, secretary; Larry Axline, vice-president; Jim Allen, president; Jim Armour, treasurer. p. 1 -- BWOC banquet: Associated Women Students freshman board members are pictured here working on decorations for the BWOC banquet to be held tonight at the Georgian Tearoom. Susan Hollowell (left), Sheri Heckart, Nancy Flagg, Karen Johnson, and Joan Gleeson, advisor. p. 1
Schumann Speech Reported See Page 4"