The Sunflower, v.68, no.03 (September 27, 1963)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.68, no.3, Wichita, Kansas, September 27, 1963. - 4 pages
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Article(s): University alums to appear with Hugh Marlowe in play -- Shocks seek 2nd grid upset / Ted Rinebarger -- Roberta Peters to appear with symphony next week -- Avery to talk here Monday -- Pronko tells of stay in Israel / Nancy Harris -- Razak to work on NASA team -- Army ROTC offers told -- Editorial views: Attendance superb -- Author of Black Like Me tells of race issue in south / Willis Jackson -- Educational TV enrollment remains open -- 2-bit flick to be shown at 8 tonight -- Bits and pieces -- Library hours set -- Brennan Hall coeds elect dorm council -- Barger anticipates good frosh season -- Sporting noise / Ted Rinebarger -- SGA groups need students to participate -- Gymnastic team to be organized -- Mead speaks to 1000 students -- 2 seniors work in US Capitol -- 18 job interviews slated -- NAACP to meet -- Petitions available for AWS board
Photograph(s): Hugh Marlowe rehearses with cast of “Take Her—She’s Mine." p. 1 -- Dr. N. H. Pronko. p. 1
"See 'Sporting Noise' on Page 3"