The Sunflower, v.66, no.54 (May 11, 1962)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.66, no.54, Wichita, Kansas, May 11, 1962. - 6 pages
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Article(s): 'WU Day' state merger rally commences today -- CAC 3rd anniversary / Gwen Vorderstrasse -- WU alum main speaker for journalism banquet -- '62 Parnassus pick-up form May 14-18 -- Film festival planned here this weekend -- Annual speech awards given last Sunday -- PC spokesman schedules visit -- 'Dream come true' / James D. White -- Editorial views: Rally for our cause -- WU pioneer of ETV programs -- Door women serenaded; 'Mother' hung in effigy -- How to move 180,000 books? -- Greeks to vie for trophies on May 20 -- Regents discuss construction, hire teachers, grant leaves -- Polish official speaks on politics, art here -- Sports spindle / Roger Doyle -- Annual Missouri Valley track meet tomorrow -- WU netters to try for 2nd MV title -- WSAF group to back country-folk program -- 'Angel Flight' accepted by national group -- 'Ages of Man' sets program on perception -- Reel time presents The Age of Anxiety
Photograph(s): State Merger committee members are planning the final details for this morning's "WU Day" student rally. Pictured from left are Sarah Amsden, Dave Davidson, Karen Justus, and Gary Stephens. / photo by Tom Doan. p. 1 -- Founders Day Barbeque: Byron Palls, catering manager; Wes Foster, chef; and Ruby Lott, food production supervisor, prepare for the CAC Founders Day barbeque for tonight at 6 p.m. p. 1 -- Mysterious events occurred Monday night on the northeastern part of the University campus. Climaxing an evening of spirited activity was the hanging of the Grace Wilkie dorm mother in effigy. p. 3
"Track, Tennis Championships Here See Page 5"