The Sunflower, v.69, no.34 (February 28, 1964)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.69, no.34, Wichita, Kansas, February 28, 1964. - 4 pages
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Article(s): 'This Was My Valley' displayed at library / Nancy Harris -- Professor of English to travel on seminar -- 'Macbeth' scenes scheduled for 'Ideas in Action' series -- Debate team places second in tourney -- Announcement deadline set for seniors -- 'FIreside chats' to be held Sunday -- Civil rights topic to be discussed -- 1st pilot's license given to cadet -- Editorial views: A grain of apathy -- Between the book ends -- 'Wedding' practice slated by theatre -- Tulsa next MVC foe; 20th win in offing -- In the sportlight / Bill Mingle -- Days of green beanies, yellow dogs vanished with Fairmount traditions / Connie Close -- Peace Corps team to visit during week -- Freshman classes expected to increase survey shows -- Engineering prof to attend course
Photograph(s): Roy Wall. p. 1 -- Dr. James Ruoff. p. 1 -- First cadet to get a pilot's license, PatricK Carter, receives the license from Cornell Merril, instructor, as Maj. John Davenport looks on. p. 1 -- Rick Park, guard, Larry Berke, forward, will start for Tulsa. p. 3 -- Where's the football? p. 4
"Old Fairmount Traditions Uncovered See Page 4"