The Sunflower, v.66, no.52 (May 4, 1962)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.52, Wichita, Kansas, May 4, 1962. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Allen presides over full 'SGA' house / Betty Barwick -- Art Fair to debut Saturday -- Advising for pre-enrollment; final deadline slated May 11 -- Physics grant donated by Science Foundation -- Gunfight film, cartoon set on 2-bit Flick -- Physics grant donated by science foundation -- Cowgill to attend population meeting -- Speech dinner to be held Sunday night -- Business group dines tonight -- Sunflower, Parnassus forms due -- Editorial views: Good luck SGA -- The readers speak: 'Limeliters' seats - only for Greeks? / Merle Schaper -- WU losing high school grads due to high costs / Kaye Wilson -- State Merger convo May 11 -- Realm of books -- Achievements and hard-won goals noted in Retrospective CAC view / Gwen Vorderstrasse -- 5 musicians recognized -- Scholarships, awards open -- CPA examinations commence May 16 -- Cincinnati dominates MVC 1961, 62 basketball statistics -- Math group selects 10 new members here -- Sports spindle / Roger Doyle -- 3 outstanding prep cagers signed here -- WU grid schedule -- Spring football game set Saturday for WU / Bill Mingle -- Shocks host MVC sports championship -- Communism studied in 'The Red Myth' -- Tickets now available for 16th J-Banquet -- 'The Fabulous Limeliters' to entertain here May 10 -- Annual orchestra concert Sunday -- 7 students affiliate with sociology frat
Photograph(s): Artists at rest, Marcia Curry, Art Fair chairman, and David Root, Fine Arts junior, find some time to rest while setting up Henrion Gym for the 1962 Spring Art Fair which opens at 1 p.m. tomorrow and closes at 7 p.m. Sunday. p. 1 -- Dr. John Breazeale receives NSF grant. p. 1 -- Deadline! Applications for Sunflower and Parnassus positions are due at 5 p.m. today in the Journalism office, Commons. p. 1 -- Mortar Board 1962-63 was tapped during the Friday night Hippodrome activities. From left on the back row are: Carolyn Dove, Joan Krehbiel, Betty Spillman, and Joan Duggins. Front row, Linda Henesy, Dee Ann Fischer, Joyce Allegro, and Linda Mattingly. p. 3 -- A Shocker football player is shown above after just catching a pass and is heading for a TD. p. 5
"Communism Explored On New Program See Page Six"