The Sunflower, v.66, no.50 (April 27, 1962)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.50, Wichita, Kansas, April 27, 1962. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Hippodrome spectacular set today: Annual May celebration opens at 9 -- Shriver homecoming reception planned -- DU's placed on suspension for 1 year -- Varied staff positions now open for fall -- 'Congress of Conflict' ends quietly as gavel is passed -- Art fraternity sponsors fair -- Editorial views: Tradition continues -- Realm of books -- Annual May Day events expanded since 1912 -- Limeliters plan visit -- Forensic frat welcomes 3 new members -- SFB revamp proposal vote scheduled in May -- Sociology prof writes article -- Prof Crum plans transfer to new position at UCLA -- KMUW-KWIC positions open -- Sign now for annual APAC -- Sign-up date set for law interviews -- Co-captains will represent WU at Drake relays today -- Sports spindle: The game for all America / Ernie Harwell -- Noted U.S. conservative to speak Wednesday -- 'Limeliters' to entertain on CAC day -- TV, tennis occupy coed -- Alum awards recognize 2 -- Composer, pianist conducts seminars -- Army ROTC honors cadets
Photograph(s): Functions and workings of the United States Government was discussed Wednesday afternoon at a question and answer session with two congressional representatives. Pictured are (left) Rep. Bob Wilson, Dr. John Millett, and Rep. Garner Shriver. p. 1 -- Camera captures dramatic moments of production: Lights; music; 'on stage'; action; curtain. / photos by Tom Doan. p. 1 -- The Limeliters have been tabbed to appear on campus on May 10 in connection with CAC Founder’s Day. They will perform in Commons Auditorium. A relatively new group the Limeliters offer a different blend of vocal and instrumental folk music combined with a rare breed of humor that they describe as “institutional satire.” p. 3 -- Dr. William Crum transfers to UCLA. p. 4
"Hippodrome Reflections Since Origin See Page 2"