The Sunflower, v.68, no.04 (October 1, 1963)
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The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.68, no.4, Wichita, Kansas, October 1, 1963. - 4 pages
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Article(s): Boston Eagles rally to defeat Shockers / Ted Rinebarger -- CAC hootenanny slated for 8 p.m. tomorrow -- Cast chosen for 1st play of UT year -- Education grants offered -- Ed building to be done by summer -- WU receives excess funds from STOP -- Editorial views: Effect visible -- Construction not needed for increase -- Placement office offers aid to career-hunting graduates -- Marksmen needed by WU rifle team -- UC helps freshmen adjust through orientation program -- Shocker shenanigans / Lorry Brosius -- Music sorority meeting slated -- Frosh to sign up for reading test -- 4 WU cadets receive honors based on leadership, bearing -- Parking troubles? You're not alone / Bill Rapps -- "Black watch' to perform here Oct. 3 -- Flu immunization stressed; shots are available now -- Brennan hall men elect dorm council -- Foreign students to hold election
Photograph(s): The Triads, composed of Marlyn Eshelman, Fred Mayer, and Bernard Verdier, practice for their appearance at the hootenanny. p. 1 -- Under Construction. p. 1 -- Artist's conception. p. 1 -- Several members of the 96 member University Marching Band illustrate the problem they have been encountering when they try to practice. In an area of the west parking lot there are yellow yard line markers which simulate a complete football field and this is the only place they can practice. James Kerr, band director, and the band members urge that students please keep this area clear at 11 a.m. each day so they will be able to practice. p. 2.
"Do You Have Parking Troubles? See Page 4"