The Sunflower, v.67, no.40 (March 22, 1963)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.67, no.40, Wichita, Kansas, March 22, 1963. - 6 pages
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Article(s): Operas, concert close WU Fine Arts Festival -- Budget, fountain for library highlight discussion in SGA / Kaye Wilson -- Midwest regional meet attracts WU debaters -- New Poli Sci head confers with Shriver -- WU bill vote nears -- Editorial views: To run or not to run? -- Two views: Here nor there -- Radio-TV majors to hear lectures -- Persian 'Noruz Jamshidi' to be observed at WU / Mary Jane Dunlap -- Peace Corps exams slated for tomorrow -- WU engineering facilities inspected by AF delegate -- WU job bureau places students at a record rate -- Sports watch / Bob Lehman -- WU netmen to face Colorado -- Top bowlers to be named -- WU part-time students enroll in night classes -- Students travel to Topeka -- Five Spanish films to be shown today -- Newman meet to be hosted by local club -- World Bank officer to attend coffee
Photograph(s): Top SGA officers Larry Axline, vice-president, and Jim Allen, president, preside at one of the last meetings of the present congress. To the left is Barbara Price, executive secretary. p. 1 -- Dr. Cornelius P. Cotter, newly-appointed chairman of the political science department, met Kansas Rep. Garner E. Shriver for his luncheon conference in Washington recently. p. 1 -- Making plans for the celebration of "Noruz Jamshidi," the national Persian New Year, are three Iranian students. They are Mojie Ahmadian, Hassan Wahedi, and Al Raisdana, president of the International Students Club. p. 3 -- Shown before leaving for Topeka Thursday to observe the debate of the WU bill are ten members of the twenty-student delegation from the University. p. 6
"Student Delegation Goes To Topeka See Page 6"