The Sunflower, v.67, no.54 (May 17, 1963)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.67, no.54, Wichita, Kansas, May 17, 1963. - 9 pages
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Article(s): WU transfer to State approved : 30,980 yes votes cast by Wichitans -- Shocks speculate on WU's future / Bill Rapps -- Awards given to outstanding AROTC men -- Final forum board lecturer to appear on campus today -- Finals to begin May 28, end June 4 -- Editorial views: Long live WSU -- The readers speak / David S. Nelsonm -- Sports watch / Bob Lehman -- Peoria meets bring season to standstill -- 2nd business banquet planned -- Sociology honorary to hold initiation -- Newman club plans banquet -- Campus group to co-sponsor art, book fair Includes a special college supplement: Peace Corps News, Vol. 2, No. 2. Spring 1963: 4,000 volunteers requested in '63 -- Philosophy grad describes work in Nepal -- Liberal Arts students will fill many jobs -- Scholarships, jobs await volunteers -- Free films, filmstrips now available -- Tanganyika engineers build roads -- Peace Corps teaches 32 languages -- On-campus information? See your liaison officer -- 'Avoid Madison Ave. stuff,' says former staff member -- Science majors critically needed -- New booklet describes jobs in liberal arts -- Su Ross biology grad describes Ghana work -- How do you join the Peace Corps? -- Basic requirements -- Philippine volunteers raising rural standards -- Reading improvement course helps comprehension, skill
Photograph(s): Citizens at poll, victory speech. p. 1 -- Mortar Board members for 1963-1964 are, seated: Glennie Humann, Ann Kaenig, Glenda Gray, Linda George, and Nancy Okerberg; and standing, Lorna Roberts, Marilyn Ochs, Sally Oldenburg, Kay Dickens, Karen Baker, and Robbie Rude. p. 4 Peace Corps News: Peace Corps volunteer Jess Stone, a liberal arts graduate of Colorado State, is a community development worker in the Dominican Republic. p. 1 -- Andre Colpitts, 23, a Peace Corps volunteer from Tulsa, Okla., teaches English, science and math at a high school in Belize, British Honduras. p. 1 -- A soil conservation worker, William Hundley, 23, of Cle Elum, Wash., is serving with the Peace Corps on the Caribbean island of St. Lucia. p. 2 -- Peace Corps nurse Sadie Stout tends to an infant in Malaya. p. 2 -- Track coach Tex Lee Boggs, 23, trains a candidate for the girls Olympics at the National Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand. p. 3 -- Home economics teacher Carolyn Dukes, 23, of Atlanta, Ga., majored in French at Clark College. p. 3
"New Mortar Board Members Pictured See Page 4"