The Sunflower, v.67, no.10 (October 23, 1962)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.67, no.10, Wichita, Kansas, October 23, 1962. - 4 pages
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Article(s): 'Wild Wonderful Irish' hit university stage Oct. 25-27 -- Record broken; 5,914 enrolled -- Bulldogs snare Shocks 10-0 in 4th quarter -- Shriver, Ferguson to visit campus -- Students to honor parents -- Demos host Paul Aylward -- Internationals meet -- Parnassus space -- Tri-Delta named Pat; WUS receives $1,125 -- Editorial views: A new tradition -- Times and tides: Great western issues of today / Bob Lehman -- Scrooges and scrabblings / Gwen Vorderstrasse -- Faculty holds coffee for Regents scholars -- 'Hell' topic of Newman talk -- Debaters launch season with trip -- Leading national columnist to visit university campus -- Foundation collects books for Asians
Photograph(s): "And then I hit him!" Christy Mahon demonstrates to the village girls how he killed his father in "Playboy of the Western World" opening Thursday night. p. 1 -- Pistol Pat, Molly Hoffman, sits on her throne of hay and admires her trophy during the coronation ceremonies at the Cowboy Carnival Saturday night. She was crowned by Jim Allen, SGA president. p. 1 -- Freshman scholars John Morton, Jeri Atherton, Marcia McKee, and Constance Howell chat with Kathryn Griffith, chairman of the Scholarship and Student Aid Committee, at the Regents Recognition Scholarship Coffee. p. 3 -- Sidney Harris. p. 4
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