The Sunflower, v.67, no.18 (November 20, 1962)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.67, no.18, Wichita, Kansas, November 20, 1962. - 6 pages
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Article(s): To catch a turkey -- Full status approved by legislative council -- Dayton flyers buzz WU Shockers 8-0 -- WU prof is author: Cast of 'West Wind Rises' visits locale of poem, play -- Community Theatre cast presents 'A Majority of One' over holidays -- Editorial views: A step forward -- Times and tides: Tiny Ghana involved in Cold War -- WU students unite -- $77,000 grant received by psychology department -- Film Society to offer "bonus" -- Dropouts from high school placed under serious burden / Kaye Wilson -- ISA giving gov't bond in contest -- Scrooges and scrabblings / Gwen Vorderstrasse -- Thanksgiving originated by colonists / Bill Rapps -- KU editorial views: Writer defends WU stand -- Around the campus
Photograph(s): [first name illegible] Sparrow, Liberal Arts junior, tries to cajole the 'gobbler'. p. 1 -- In this graveyard dating back to the Civil War lie some of the victims of the Marais des Cygnes massacre. The massacre is dramatized in the University Theatre play, "A West Wind Rises," which is now in rehearsal. Asst. Prof. Bruce Cutler, author of the poem on which the play is based, used this event in Kansas history as the basis for his poem. p. 1 -- East meets west: Mrs. Jacoby, center, a Jewish widow, smiles as Mr. Asano, a Japanese industrialist, explains the customs of Japan in Community Theatre's production, "A Majority of One." p. 1 -- Dr. Robert J. Teare. p. 3
"KU Editorial Defends WU Stand See Page 6"