The Sunflower, v.67, no.17 (November 16, 1962)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.67, no.17, Wichita, Kansas, November 16, 1962. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Concerned crowd jams Regents meet: Corbin makes stand clear to Kansans -- Eurich report rejected by WU regents -- Fund-raising drive launched -- WU, KU plan TV debate -- PTP festival opens today -- 'LaBoheme' [sic] on stage -- 100 college debate teams meet today -- 23 nations on display -- Editorial views: Justifiable pride -- $30,000 wasted / Bob Lehman -- Shocks set to battle flyers -- WU Keglers roll over big 3 in first contest of the season -- Colorful performance: Opera Theatre's 'La Boheme' proclaimed artistic triumph / Grace McIlvan -- International club to sponsor coffee
Photograph(s): Approximately 1,200 students and interested taxpayers attended the University Board of Regents meeting last Monday in the FAC auditorium. A question and answer period was held following the meeting. p. 1 -- Mourning the death of Mimi, played by Sharon Stephens, is Rodolpho, Don Junod, in a scene from Opera Theatre's production of 'La Boheme'. p. 1 -- University students Joyce Allegro, Sara Amaden, and Barbara Penix are shown painting the American display for the premier of the people-to-people festival of nations. p. 1 -- James I. Loeb, former United States ambassador to Peru, spoke at a coffee in the political science building last Wednesday. p. 4
"'La Boheme' Reviewed As Colorful See Page 4"